EU: A suprastate?

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EU: A suprastate?

May 23, 2010 One of the most outspoken critics of the new Government of Europe and its “Euro-nationalism”  Nigel Farage, UKIP MEP and President of the Europe of Freedom and Democracy Group in the European Parliament opposes “bureaucratisation of Europe” and the creation of a single centralised European super-state. His objections stem from democratic cancers. The EU is run by appointed and not elected people who cannot be removed and therefore do not have to listen to the public while ignoring the policy of individual EU nations. In a written response to Ottawa’s CKCU “Monday’s Encounter” on Wednesday, Farage points out that the challenges of today’s EU have not changed for 60 years. They have merely become more obvious and more threatening. “Essentially, the danger of the EU stems from the supercession of sovereignty from electorates, by an autocratic élite of media-supported, pro-EU party-leaders and a central bureaucracy.” Farage explains that, “the EU’s entire claim to democratic legitimacy rests upon the potential of electorates to appoint anti-EU national governments; but, to achieve this, pro-EU establishments, fat with EU-money, have to be removed in their entirety. “Even the EU’s own apologists will not ultimately pretend that the EU-Commission’s consultation of stakeholders, or the EU-assembly’s slanted representation and limited role are actually any substitute for the mandate, such as it is, of national electorates.  Meanwhile, the EU’s dictatorial structure is acquiring frightening powers over all the matters, which should be decided directly by the representatives of sovereign electorates, but over which those representatives are constantly, and unconstutionally, allowing the EU, to take control.” “The “drawback” of this is that the formerly democratic nations of the EU are becoming part of an aggressive, abitious, totalitarian state.  There are no advantages accruing to the peoples of the EU’s captive nations as a result”, Farage has noted. The EU authoritarian dictatorship ruled by unelected bureaucrats isn’t Farage’s sole objection to the power grab being undertaken by the EU via the Lisbon Treaty. According to him the EU’s single currency – euro – undermines national independence and is to be viewed as a “political” rather than the “economic” project. The 1992 Maastricht Treaty obliges most EU member states to adopt the euro upon meeting certain monetary and budgetary requirements. Not all states have done so. The UK, Denmark and Sweden have explicitly refused to accept the EU-currency. Midst the Greece’s bailout crisis, however, last week, the European Commission included a seventieth nation, Estonia, to the euro zone by declaring that Estonia had met the necessary financial conditions. That move has confused some observers who believe that the 11-year old common currency is a major cause of imbalances between European nations. Farage explains that the vulnerable leaders of little Estonia have been prompted to accept euro, now, in an attempt to shore up its currently crumbling credibility. “The economically inappropriate character of a pan-EU currency is becoming apparent to all. It is widely admitted, now, that the “euro” is a political project, requiring great sacrifices, rather than the economic project, providing benefits, which EU-propaganda has been proclaiming since the early ‘nineties. The beneficiaries of this political project are, of course, the élites, to which I referred earlier,” says Farage and adds that the solution, “is to scrap the “euro”, and the EU, and form a flexible association of democratic, sovereign states”. Although the costs of EU enlargement with the economically and socio-culturally differently developed, former communist countries from the eastern parts of Europe poses a serious burden to economic and social well-being of the rest of the EU member states, the EU’s enlargement waiting room has become crowded with Western Balkan countries eagerly awaiting the day when they’ll be invited to join. In the meantime Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania are encouraged by the EU bureaucrats to undertake major and painful reforms at home, which are, as in Serbia’s case, detrimental to its sovereignty and territorial integrity. The post World War II European peace project of economic community has grown from initial six members in 1956 to a supranational, political Union of 27 in 2009. Will the EU expansion continue and will Serbia – as its president Boris Tadic insists, become a member of the EU anytime soon remains to be seen. Farage predicts that the EU would like to expand until it becomes the government of the world, adding that it has made more progress in that direction than its control of a mere 27 states would suggest. “The answer to these questions lies in two others:  is the current crisis an artefact – a beneficial crisis – engineered by the EU, in order to consolidate and extend its power, or is it really tottering on the brink of collapse?  If the former, then we may expect rapid eastward expansion and the absorption of a compliant Serbia.  If the latter, then the EU’s bid for global leadership will be at least slowed, and further accessions postponed,” concluded Farage. Nigel Farage became a founding member of United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) in 1993. He was elected to the European Parliament in 1999 and re-elected in 2004 and 2009. Farage is currently leader of the thirteen-member UKIP contingent in the European Parliament, and co-leader of the multinational eurosceptic group, Europe of Freedom and Democracy. He took part in the 2010 UK general election in an effort to become the elected Member of Parliament for Buckingham at Westminster. Farage came third, but the UKIP did better than in any previous general election, receiving 918.000 votes – and thus obtained almost a tenth of the number of votes received by the most-voted-for party. www.ukip.org ,   www.ukipmeps.org , Who are you Mr President ? Nigel Farage asks Van Rompuy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFRFA4wlVj8 Who is who in the EU commission http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWSYMpuCFaQ&feature=related Nigel Farage reprimanded for criticising new EU president & foreign minister http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vBqyG6qYXE&feature=related

One of the most outspoken critics of the new Government of Europe and its “Euro-nationalism”  Nigel Farage, UKIP MEP and President of the Europe of Freedom and Democracy Group in the European Parliament opposes “bureaucratisation of Europe” and the creation of a single centralised European super-state. His objections stem from democratic cancers. The EU is run by appointed and not elected people who cannot be removed and therefore do not have to listen to the public while ignoring the policy of individual EU nations. In a written response to Ottawa’s CKCU “Monday’s Encounter” on Wednesday, Farage points out that the challenges of today’s EU have not changed for 60 years. They have merely become more obvious and more threatening. “Essentially, the danger of the EU stems from the supercession of sovereignty from electorates, by an autocratic élite of media-supported, pro-EU party-leaders and a central bureaucracy.” Farage explains that, “the EU’s entire claim to democratic legitimacy rests upon the potential of electorates to appoint anti-EU national governments; but, to achieve this, pro-EU establishments, fat with EU-money, have to be removed in their entirety. “Even the EU’s own apologists will not ultimately pretend that the EU-Commission’s consultation of stakeholders, or the EU-assembly’s slanted representation and limited role are actually any substitute for the mandate, such as it is, of national electorates.  Meanwhile, the EU’s dictatorial structure is acquiring frightening powers over all the matters, which should be decided directly by the representatives of sovereign electorates, but over which those representatives are constantly, and unconstutionally, allowing the EU, to take control.” “The “drawback” of this is that the formerly democratic nations of the EU are becoming part of an aggressive, abitious, totalitarian state.  There are no advantages accruing to the peoples of the EU’s captive nations as a result”, Farage has noted. The EU authoritarian dictatorship ruled by unelected bureaucrats isn’t Farage’s sole objection to the power grab being undertaken by the EU via the Lisbon Treaty. According to him the EU’s single currency – euro – undermines national independence and is to be viewed as a “political” rather than the “economic” project. The 1992 Maastricht Treaty obliges most EU member states to adopt the euro upon meeting certain monetary and budgetary requirements. Not all states have done so. The UK, Denmark and Sweden have explicitly refused to accept the EU-currency. Midst the Greece’s bailout crisis, however, last week, the European Commission included a seventieth nation, Estonia, to the euro zone by declaring that Estonia had met the necessary financial conditions. That move has confused some observers who believe that the 11-year old common currency is a major cause of imbalances between European nations. Farage explains that the vulnerable leaders of little Estonia have been prompted to accept euro, now, in an attempt to shore up its currently crumbling credibility. “The economically inappropriate character of a pan-EU currency is becoming apparent to all. It is widely admitted, now, that the “euro” is a political project, requiring great sacrifices, rather than the economic project, providing benefits, which EU-propaganda has been proclaiming since the early ‘nineties. The beneficiaries of this political project are, of course, the élites, to which I referred earlier,” says Farage and adds that the solution, “is to scrap the “euro”, and the EU, and form a flexible association of democratic, sovereign states”. Although the costs of EU enlargement with the economically and socio-culturally differently developed, former communist countries from the eastern parts of Europe poses a serious burden to economic and social well-being of the rest of the EU member states, the EU’s enlargement waiting room has become crowded with Western Balkan countries eagerly awaiting the day when they’ll be invited to join. In the meantime Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania are encouraged by the EU bureaucrats to undertake major and painful reforms at home, which are, as in Serbia’s case, detrimental to its sovereignty and territorial integrity. The post World War II European peace project of economic community has grown from initial six members in 1956 to a supranational, political Union of 27 in 2009. Will the EU expansion continue and will Serbia – as its president Boris Tadic insists, become a member of the EU anytime soon remains to be seen. Farage predicts that the EU would like to expand until it becomes the government of the world, adding that it has made more progress in that direction than its control of a mere 27 states would suggest. “The answer to these questions lies in two others:  is the current crisis an artefact – a beneficial crisis – engineered by the EU, in order to consolidate and extend its power, or is it really tottering on the brink of collapse?  If the former, then we may expect rapid eastward expansion and the absorption of a compliant Serbia.  If the latter, then the EU’s bid for global leadership will be at least slowed, and further accessions postponed,” concluded Farage. Nigel Farage became a founding member of United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) in 1993. He was elected to the European Parliament in 1999 and re-elected in 2004 and 2009. Farage is currently leader of the thirteen-member UKIP contingent in the European Parliament, and co-leader of the multinational eurosceptic group, Europe of Freedom and Democracy. He took part in the 2010 UK general election in an effort to become the elected Member of Parliament for Buckingham at Westminster. Farage came third, but the UKIP did better than in any previous general election, receiving 918.000 votes – and thus obtained almost a tenth of the number of votes received by the most-voted-for party.One of the most outspoken critics of the new Government of Europe and its “Euro-nationalism”  Nigel Farage, UKIP MEP and President of the Europe of Freedom and Democracy Group in the European Parliament opposes “bureaucratisation of Europe” and the creation of a single centralised European super-state. His objections stem from democratic cancers. The EU is run by appointed and not elected people who cannot be removed and therefore do not have to listen to the public while ignoring the policy of individual EU nations.

By Boba Borojevic — In a written response to Ottawa’s CKCU “Monday’s Encounter” on Wednesday, Farage points out that the challenges of today’s EU have not changed for 60 years. They have merely become more obvious and more threatening.

“Essentially, the danger of the EU stems from the supercession of sovereignty from electorates, by an autocratic élite of media-supported, pro-EU party-leaders and a central bureaucracy.” Farage explains that, “the EU’s entire claim to democratic legitimacy rests upon the potential of electorates to appoint anti-EU national governments; but, to achieve this, pro-EU establishments, fat with EU-money, have to be removed in their entirety.

“Even the EU’s own apologists will not ultimately pretend that the EU-Commission’s consultation of stakeholders, or the EU-assembly’s slanted representation and limited role are actually any substitute for the mandate, such as it is, of national electorates.  Meanwhile, the EU’s dictatorial structure is acquiring frightening powers over all the matters, which should be decided directly by the representatives of sovereign electorates, but over which those representatives are constantly, and unconstutionally, allowing the EU, to take control.”



“The “drawback” of this is that the formerly democratic nations of the EU are becoming part of an aggressive, abitious, totalitarian state.  There are no advantages accruing to the peoples of the EU’s captive nations as a result”, Farage has noted.

The EU authoritarian dictatorship ruled by unelected bureaucrats isn’t Farage’s sole objection to the power grab being undertaken by the EU via the Lisbon Treaty. According to him the EU’s single currency – euro – undermines national independence and is to be viewed as a “political” rather than the “economic” project.

The 1992 Maastricht Treaty obliges most EU member states to adopt the euro upon meeting certain monetary and budgetary requirements. Not all states have done so. The UK, Denmark and Sweden have explicitly refused to accept the EU-currency.

Midst the Greece’s bailout crisis, however, last week, the European Commission included a seventieth nation, Estonia, to the euro zone by declaring that Estonia had met the necessary financial conditions. That move has confused some observers who believe that the 11-year old common currency is a major cause of imbalances between European nations.

Farage explains that the vulnerable leaders of little Estonia have been prompted to accept euro, now, in an attempt to shore up its currently crumbling credibility.

“The economically inappropriate character of a pan-EU currency is becoming apparent to all. It is widely admitted, now, that the “euro” is a political project, requiring great sacrifices, rather than the economic project, providing benefits, which EU-propaganda has been proclaiming since the early ‘nineties. The beneficiaries of this political project are, of course, the élites, to which I referred earlier,” says Farage and adds that the solution, “is to scrap the “euro”, and the EU, and form a flexible association of democratic, sovereign states”.

Although the costs of EU enlargement with the economically and socio-culturally differently developed, former communist countries from the eastern parts of Europe poses a serious burden to economic and social well-being of the rest of the EU member states, the EU’s enlargement waiting room has become crowded with Western Balkan countries eagerly awaiting the day when they’ll be invited to join. In the meantime Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania are encouraged by the EU bureaucrats to undertake major and painful reforms at home, which are, as in Serbia’s case, detrimental to its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

The post World War II European peace project of economic community has grown from initial six members in 1956 to a supranational, political Union of 27 in 2009. Will the EU expansion continue and will Serbia – as its president Boris Tadic insists, become a member of the EU anytime soon remains to be seen.

Farage predicts that the EU would like to expand until it becomes the government of the world, adding that it has made more progress in that direction than its control of a mere 27 states would suggest.

“The answer to these questions lies in two others:  is the current crisis an artefact – a beneficial crisis – engineered by the EU, in order to consolidate and extend its power, or is it really tottering on the brink of collapse?  If the former, then we may expect rapid eastward expansion and the absorption of a compliant Serbia.  If the latter, then the EU’s bid for global leadership will be at least slowed, and further accessions postponed,” concluded Farage.

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Nigel Farage became a founding member of United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) in 1993. He was elected to the European Parliament in 1999 and re-elected in 2004 and 2009. Farage is currently leader of the thirteen-member UKIP contingent in the European Parliament, and co-leader of the multinational eurosceptic group, Europe of Freedom and Democracy. He took part in the 2010 UK general election in an effort to become the elected Member of Parliament for Buckingham at Westminster. Farage came third, but the UKIP did better than in any previous general election, receiving 918.000 votes – and thus obtained almost a tenth of the number of votes received by the most-voted-for party.

www.ukip.orgwww.ukipmeps.org ,

Who are you Mr President ? Nigel Farage asks Van Rompuy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFRFA4wlVj8

Who is who in the EU commission

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWSYMpuCFaQ&feature=related

Nigel Farage  criticising new EU president & foreign

minister

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vBqyG6qYXE&feature=related

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Veljku Milkovicu uruceno priznanje „Zeleni list“ za zastitnika zivotne sredine za 2009.

Veljku Milkovicu uruceno priznanje „Zeleni list“ za zastitnika zivotne sredine za 2009.

U Svecanoj sali Karlovacke gimnazije u Sremskim Karlovcima, 21. maja 2010. godine odrzana je manifestacija povodom svecane dodele „CRNOG“ i „ZELENOG“ lista, koja se kao zavrsna manifestacija akcije „TRAZIMO ZAGADJIVACA GODINE I ZASTITNIKE ZIVOTNE SREDINE“ za 2009 godinu odrzava već 27 godina u organizaciji ekoloskog magazina „Cekajuci vetar“ Radio Beograda 2  i u saradnji sa Pokretom gorana, Volonterskim centarom Vojvodine i Drustvom za cistocu vazduha Srbije.

Ova akcija se kontinuirano realizuje tokom cele godine, dok se zavrsna manifestacija uz dodelu „CRNOG“ i „ZELENOG“ lista, odrzava jednom godisnje. U akciji su sve do 10-og maja mogli ucestvovati svi zainteresovani gradjani – pojedinci, udruzenja, organizacije, institucije…

Za 2009. godinu uruceno je ukupno 10 listova; jedan crni i devet zelenih listova, a jedini pojedinac kome je ovo priznanje uruceno je akademik Veljku Milkovic koji je osvojio priznanje „Zeleni list“ za zastitnika zivotne sredine za 2009. za zasluge sto je uspeo da sirom sveta pokrene novi istrazivacki pokret za ustedu i proizvodnju ciste energije pomocu svog pronalaska – dvostepenog mehanickog oscilatora (www.veljkomilkovic.com) i za doprinos energetskoj efikasnosti uspesnom realizacijom projekta „Samogrejne ekoloske kuce“ (www.samogrejnekuce.com).
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Takodje u prethodnom periodu mediji u Srbiji i Americi izvestavali su o novostima iz zivota i rada akademika Veljka Milkovica:

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FALSIFIKOVANJE KULTURE ULCINJA – Povodom izdanja EKSPOZITË E KRIJUESVE TË VENDLINDJES – Piše: Prof. Dr Kaplan BUROVIĆ, akademik

FALSIFIKOVANJE KULTURE ULCINJA

Povodom izdanja EKSPOZITË E KRIJUESVE TË VENDLINDJES

Piše: Prof. Dr Kaplan BUROVIĆ, akademik

Ekstremno nacionalistički, šovinistički i rasistički nastrojeni intelektualci albanske dijaspore (emigracije) u Ulcinju, pošto su falsifikovali istoriju grada Ulcinj, preko svog izdanja na albanskom jeziku IZLOŽBA STVARAOCA ZAVIČAJA, nastoje da falsifikuju i nauku i kulturu ovog našeg grada, da bi ga tako, pred svetom, prikazali kao “čisto” albanski grad u svakom aspektu.

U ime Centra kulture grada, a u saradnji sa Bibliotekom “Mirko Srzentić” u Ulcinju, oni su u pomenutoj brošuri sakupili imena i kratke biografije svojih ljudi, koje proglašavaju za naučnike i istraživače, iako nemaju nikakva naučna otkrića, pa ni naučna zvanja i titule. Proglasili su za književnike svoje ljude, koji još nisu objavili nijedno književno delo. Proglasili su za slikare, kompozitore, pjevače, umetnike svoje Albance, koje niko ni u Ulcinju ne poznaje za takve, kamoli van Ulcinja. Proglasili su za Ulcinjane i one Albance, koji nisu Ulcinjani. Štoviše, proglasili su za Albance i one Ulcinjane koji su Srbo-Crnogorci, ili Hrvati i drugih nacionalnosti.

U isto vreme oni uvode u toj “IZLOŽBI” i neke Srbo-Crnogorce, pa i takve, bez ikakvih naučnih zvanja, da bi na taj način maskirali svoj falsifikat i opravdali svoj “kriterijum”.

Da bi se ovi Srbo-Crnogorci utopili u moru Albanaca, oni ne samo što mistificiraju i prelaze ćutke preko stvarnih srbo-crnogorskih stvaraoca, već su i lukavo pripremili ovo izdanje: koji mesec ili koju godinu pre izdanja ovog falsifikata, oni su forsirali da njihovi Albanci objave u kojem listu kojekakav člančić, da štampaju koju brošuru ili objave koju audiokasetu, pa su priredili i koju “izložbu” svojih “slikara”, koji “koncert” svojih “pevača”, “muzičara”. Sa druge strane, svim mogućim sredstvima nastojavaju da guše stvaranje meštana, Srbo-Crnogoraca. Ovako, ispunjavajući ovu “IZLOŽBU” svojim svakojakim početnicima, Albancima, i – ćuteći za stvarne srpsko-crnogorske stvaraoce – oni nam pretstavljaju nauku i kulturu Ulcinja kao pretežno albansku, kao što nam i stanovništvo Ulcinja pretstavljaju kao pretežno albansko, registrirajući kao Albance sve muslimane grada i okoline, iako dobro znaju da većina muslimana Ulcinja i okoline nisu Albanci, već pre svega Srbo-Crnogorci, zatim Turci, Vlasi, Grci, Romi, Cigani i drugi. Oni su i crnce Ulcinja registrirali kao Albance.

Uzmimo za primer dubinu vekova do koje su dospeli u svojim “istraživanjima” ovi Albanci. Oni nam navode kao svog književnika od njih tzv. Gjon Buzuku, koji je svoje delo “Meshari” (prevod liturgije sa srpskog) objavio 1555, znači u XVI veku. Za našeg autora dela “Žitije Svetoga Jovana”, koje je iz XI veka, nema ni pomena. Ako nisu hteli da beleže Popa S. kao autora tog dela na srpskom jeziku, bar su ga kao prevodioca tog dela sa srpskog na grčki trebali spomenuti, a autora označiti kao ANONIMUS. Prećutkivanje ove istine od ništa manje već pet vekova pre “njihovog” “Meshara”, demaskira autore te “IZLOŽBE” kao falsifikatore istorijske istine, što nije učinjeno slučajno, jer nemamo posla samo sa “Žitijem Svetoga Vladimira”, već i sa mnogim drugim delima naše nauke i kulture, koja su sledila pomenuto “Žitije” i prethodila tom “Mesharu”. Koliko za primer spominjem i kneginju Jelenu Hrebeljanović, njeno delo “Gorički zbornik” (iz godine 1441), pa Nikona Jeruzalemskog i njegova dela “ŠESTODNEVNIK” (1439) i “POVEST O JERUSALIMSKIM CRKVAMA” (1441). Da i samo jedno od ovih dela imaju ovi Albanci na svom jeziku i od svojih ljudi, prolomili bi nebesa urlicima o svojoj superiornosti nad našom naukom i kulturom, pa bi uzeli to i kao dokaz da je Ulcinj njihov.

Treba znati da su se u srednjem veku dela nauke i kulture pisala i na latinskom jeziku. Albanci prisvajaju i tuđe autore, koji su pisali na latinskom jeziku o njima. Mi nemamo potrebu da prisvajamo tuđe, jer su naši Srbo-Crnogorci pisali o sebi, znači o nama i našim pradedovima, i na latinskom jeziku. Koliko za primer spominjem ulcinjskog Srbo-Crnogorca biskup Martin Šegun, iz XVI veka, autor prvog dela o Skenderbegu, zatim Srbo-Crnogorca nadbiskup Marin Bici, iz XVI veka, autor prve značajne istorije o Skenderbegu, koji je u raportu Papi 1610. rekao da se Albanija prostire do reke Drim i da je preko te reke Srbija.

Kad smo već kod tzv. Gjon Buzuku, da spomenemo i nekoliko primera prisvajanja (albaniziranja) naših autora. Ja sam jednom drugom mojom studijom dokazao da od Albanaca zvani Gjon Buzuku nije Albanac, već Hrvat. U Hrvatskoj dan-danas živi klerikalna porodica Buzuk, dobro poznata Albancima. Isto tako nisu Albanci ni nosioci prezimena Draga, Mavriq, Ushaku, Bushati, Luković i puno drugih, čija nam prezimena jasno svedočeo o njihovom nealbanskom poreklu. Pa i mene: oni su me prisvojili i prikazali kao Albanca u toj njihovoj “IZLOŽBI”. A koliko sam Albanac, to su preko svih medija sami kazali celom svetu, da su se i svetske naučne institucije revoltirale od te njihove prljave ujdurme.

U vezi sa ovim je i arbitrarno albaniziranje naših imena. Konkretno tzv. Gjon Buzuku je Ivan Buzuk, Draga je Dragović, Resulbegu je Resulbegović, a moje Resuli oni sasvim dobro znaju da je Burović, ali me prikazuju sa pseudonimom, da bih izgledao kao Albanac. Onamo gde ovo nisu mogli učiniti, kao npr. kod dr Radomira Ðuranovića, navode naslov njegovog dela u prevodu na albanskom jeziku, da bi i njega ovako prikazali kao Albanca. Drugim Srbo-Crnogorcima ne navode naslove dela nikako, da se ne bi preko tih naslova saznalo da nisu Albanci. U isto vreme, i najmanjoj brošuri Albanaca, i najbeznačajnijoj, navode naslov – naravno na albanskom jeziku.

Oni su proglasili za Ulcinjane i one Albance, koji ničim ne pripadaju Ulcinju, kao što su Ismail Doda, Tahir Gjeçbitraj, Hajrullah Koliqi, Ahmet Maraj, Mejreme Maraj, Mehmet Kraja, Qazim Muja, Muzafer Koliqi, koji pripadaju Baru ne samo po svom rođenju, već i po tome što tamo i žive, pa moguće i stvaraju. U isto vreme oduzimaju pripadnost Ulcinju Srbo-Crnogorcima ulcinjskih porodica, kao što su stvaraoci Nikon Jeruzalemski, Mihailo Gazivoda, Dževdet Resulbegović, njegova unuka Paulina Resulbegović, Milo Ćetković, Aleksandar Janinović, Dušanka Burović, posebno onim Srbo-Crnogorcima koji su živeli i stvarali u Ulcinju, kao što su Pop S., Jelena Hrebeljanović, Martin Šegun, Savo Kosanović, Nikola Petrović, autor divne poeme ULCINJSKO KOLO, i puno drugih.

Oni su proglasili za naučnike-književnike-umetnike svoje Albance: Ali Cenaj, Malić Čaprić, Tahir Gjeçbitraj, Mehmet Gjoni, Anton Kastrati, Ismet Lamoja, Ahmet Maraj, Mejreme Maraj, Nexhatin Mavriqi, Bajram Rexha, Mehmet Bardhi, Fadil Taipoviq i druge, za koje, kako priznaju i sami, još nisu objavili ni jednu jedinu brošuru, pa se ne zna ni kakvo su to naučno otkriće učinili, ili kakvo su to delo ostvarili. U isto vreme nema ni pomena o Srpsko-Crnogorskim naučnicima, koji su se afirmirali kao takvi ne samo u Ulcinju i Crnoj Gori, ne samo u granicama eks-Jugoslavije, već i preko tih granica, na svetskom nivou, kao što je akademik, prof. dr Kaplan Burović (jedini Ulcinjanin akademik, što više i POČASNI ČLAN Akademije nauka i umetnosti!), zatim Šuajp Resulbegović, koji je naučno lečio bračni sterilitet širom ek-Jugoslavije, arh. Selim Resulbegović, dobitnik mnogih konkursa i nagrada, nacionalnih i međunarodnih, i drugi. Nema pomena o mnogim Srpsko-Crnogorskim arheolozima, istoričarima, piscima i umetnicima, kao što su već spomenuti od nas Pop S., Jelena Hrebeljanović, Nikon Jeruzalemski, Martin Šegun, Nikola Petrović, Savo Kosanović, Mihailo Gazivoda, Dževdet Resulbegović, Milo Ćetković, Luka Knežević, Aleksandar Janinović, Dušanka Burović i nespomenuti: Bošković Ðurđe, Kovačević Mirko, Aleksandar Jovićević, Ambroz Kapor, Korać Vojislav, Marjanović Čedomir, Martinović J., Marković Č., Kujović P., Milošević Miloš, Pejović Ðoko, Ražnatović Novak, Stanojević Gligor, Subotić G., Vučić Jovo, Vinaver Vuk i puno drugih.

Da bi mistificirali, oni su proglasili za naučnike, književnike i umetnike i one Albance, koji su tu i tamo objavili koji člančić bez i najmanje vrednosti, od onih koje i sami autori zaboravljaju odmah po objavljivanju. Preko svega, kako rekosmo, nekoliko meseci ili koju godinu pre štampanja ove “IZLOŽBE”, oni su organizovali objavljivanje “dela” svojih početnika, književnika i umetnika, kako bi naduli “IZLOŽBU” imenima Albanaca. Koliko za primer spominjem: Rrezarta Duraku, Jaho Kollari, Hodo Lukoviq, Suzana Llolla,, Skender Osmani, Sari Resulbegu, Ali Salaj, Haxhi Shabani, Zhaklina Zadrima, Gjovalin Gjonaj, Vesel Pelinku, Gzim Salaj, Nail Suka i dr.

I tretman ovim ličnostima nije učinjen na korrektan način. Albancu Mehmet Bardhi, koji nije ni naučnik, ni književnik, pa ni umetnik, koji nije obavio ni koju brošuru, stavljaju na raspoloženje ništa manje već 13 reda teksta, dok akademiku, prof. dr Kaplan Resuli, za koga pretendiraju da je Albanac, ali sasvim dobro znaju da je Srbo-Crnogorac, svetski poznat kao književnik i naučnik sa 100 objavljenih dela, stavljaju na raspoloženje četiri ipo reda. I dok ovom Srbo-Crogorcu od 100 dela navode samo jedno, roman IZDAJA, koji je objavio na albanskom jeziku i uveden je u zvanične programe Ministarstva prosvete Albanije zajedno sa dva druga dela ovog autora, njegovom učeniku, Albancu Hajro Ulqinaku, navode 11 dela, od kojih nijedno nije u programu Ministarstva prosvete Albanije. Uzgred budi rečeno, akademika Resuli (Burović) nisu hteli ni da spomene u toj “IZLOŽBI” (Zato što je izjavio da nije Albanac!), ali je hitno intervenirao jedan član komisije, koja je određivala koga da uvedu, a koga ne.

Treba da naglasimo da i biografije autora, koji su uneti u ovoj “IZLOŽBI”, nisu ispravne. Za svoje Albance nisu izneli ništa negativno što oni imaju u njihovim biografijama i delima, dok za naše Srbo-Crnogorce nisu uneli ništa pozitivno što ovi imaju u njihovim biografijama i delima. Njihovi “naučnici” i “književnici”, pa i “umetnici”, upregli su se da indoktriniraju Albance falsifikatima, lažima i klevetama protiv crnogorskog naroda, da ih huškaju na bazi veliko-albanskog šovinizma i rasizma protiv integriteta Crne Gore i drugih eks-republika Jugoslavije, pa i protiv samog albanskog naroda (nastojali su i nastoje da ih indoktriniraju enverizmom!), dok su naši, srpsko-crnogorski naučnici, književnici i umetnici učinili sve da ih preko svojih dela osveste za naučnu istinu, da bi se otresli enverizma, veliko-albanskog šovinizma i rasizma.

Naši su naučnici, književnici i umetnici pisali i na albanskom jeziku i dali značajan doprinos u albanskoj nauci i kulturi, književnosti i umetnosti, kao što su i naši narodi dali značajan doprinos u svemu, pa i u borbi albanskog naroda za oslobođenje od turskih i fašističkih italo-nemačkih okupatora Albanije, preko svega i u borbi za slobodu i demokratiju Albanije od socijal-fašističkog terora Envera Hoxhe. Iz pera Srbo-Crnogorca Pavla Anđelića je izašao prvi pisani dokumenat na albanskom jeziku. Naš Ivan Buzuk je autor prve štampane knjige na albanskom jeziku. Srbin dr Petar Bogadan je najveći književnik stare albanske književnosti. Srbo-Crnogorac Kaplan Burović je autor romana IZDAJA, koji su sami Albaci proglasili za glavno delo albanske proze svih vremena, pa i za JEVANÐELE albanskog patriotizma. On je i autor albanoloških teza, prihvaćene na sve strane sveta kao naučna istina o poreklu Albanaca. Preko svega, mi smo dali albanskom narodu i njihovog Nacionalnog heroja – Skenderbega. U svim oblastima života i stvaranja albanskog naroda vidi se ruka svih susednih naroda, posebno Srba. Srbi su ti koji su prvi na svetu i priznali Albaniju 1913. godine za nezavisnu državu, pa i koji su štampali i poslali Albaniji prvi bukvar posle njenog oslobođenja! Srbin Dositej Obradović je taj, koji je u Albaniji otvorio i prvu školu na albanskom jeziku! Ništa od ovoga nemamo kod albanskin “naučnika”, “književnika” i “umetnika”. Bože sačuvaj da ma ko od njih napiše jedno pozitivno delo na srpskom jeziku, o Srbo-Crnogorcima, Makedoncima, Grcima, Vlasima, kao što je to učinio naš Marko Miljanov za Albance. Oni znaju samo da kleveću i lažu protiv našeg naroda, da nas optužuju da smo im mi “okupirali” “njihove” teritorije (iako znaju sasvim dobro da su iz Rumunije, u oblast Mata, Srednja Albanija, stigli čitavih pet vekova posle Srbo-Crnogoraca i Makedonaca!), pa uz to dodaju da smo im mi srušili “njihovu” jako-značajnu “antičku” kulturu, pa vršili i “kulturocid” nad njima i nad tom njihovom ”velikom”” kulturom, kojom su nas – južne Slovene – “okupirali”, kako se to izražava njihov Ismail Kadare.

Preko svega, treba znati da u svakom narodu, sledstveno i u svakom gradu, imamo pozitivno i negativno stvaranje, imamo nauku i antinauku, demokratsku i antidemokratsku kulturu. Albansku dijasporu (emigraciju) Ulcinja karakteriše antinauka, posebno u oblasti albanologije. Nju karakteriše i antidemokratska kultura u svim njenim vidovima. Sa antinaukom, i kad ona izvire iz mozga naših srpsko-crnogorskih stvaraoca, treba da raskrstimo, treba da je otstranimo i zamenimo sa naukom. Isto to treba da učinimo i sa antidemokratskom kulturom. Pogotovo ovo treba da učinimo sa antinaukom i antikulturom emigracije, došljaka, koji ni po kojem zakonu, ni našem, niti međunarodnom, nemaju pravo – u konkretnom slučaju – da albaniziraju ni teritoriju, niti žival, naše stanovništvo. Naprotiv, njihova je dužnost da se integriraju u život i stvaranje Crne Gore, pa i da se sliju sa Crnogorcima. A delo ovih Albanaca, koje uzeh na razmatranje, ne govori nam o njihovom nastojanju da se integriraju u život i stvaranje Crne Gore, već suprotno. Oni usiljeno rade na konzervaciji njihovih nacionalističkih karakteristika, preko antinauke i antidemokratske kulture. Štaviše, oni su otvoreno impenjirani za albanizaciju Crnogoraca i crnogorskih teritorija, na oči crnogorskih vlasti, koje ih gledaju, pa im i pljeskaju. Ili ovo nije istina?!