Mr Blair has some very bizarre friends. But a monster who traded in human body parts beats the lot

Mr Blair has some very bizarre friends. But a monster who traded in human body
parts beats the lot

By Stephen Glover
Last updated at 1:42 AM on 16th December 2010
Five months ago, Tony Blair travelled to Kosovo at the invitation of the
country’s prime minister, his friend Hashim Thaci, to receive the Golden Medal
of Freedom. Mr Thaci has often lavished praise on Mr Blair for playing the
leading role in ­‘liberating’ Kosovo from Serbian rule in 1999.
Our former prime minister has some very bizarre friends. A new report from the
respected Council of Europe accuses Mr Thaci of overseeing a ‘mafia-like’
organised crime ring in the late Nineties, which engaged in ­assassinations,
beatings, human organ ­trafficking and other serious crimes.
The report, which took two years to compile, names Mr Thaci as having exerted
‘violent control’ over the ­heroin trade in Kosovo during the last decade.
Figures from his inner circle are accused of taking scores of Serbs captives
across the border after the war with ­Serbia ended in 1999, where a number of
them were murdered for their kidneys, which were sold on the black market.

A bizarre friendship: Five months ago Tony Blair collected a Golden Medal of
Freedom in Kosovo from Hashim Thaci – who a new report claims is a war criminal
and traded human organs
In short, the prime minister of ­Kosovo is painted by the report as a major war
criminal presiding over a corrupt and dysfunctional state, which ­happens to
have been propped up by Western — including British — aid.
And yet this same Mr Thaci and his associates in the so-called Kosovo
­Liberation Army were put in place after the U.S. and Britain launched an
onslaught in March 1999 against ­Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. More than
250,000 bombs were dropped, and an estimated 1,500 blameless ­civilians killed.

* Kosovo’s prime minister was ‚a mafia boss who stole human organs from Serb
prisoners and sold them for profit‘

This was Mr Blair’s first big war, and it paved the way for the subsequent
Western invasion of Iraq. The crucial difference is that while the Left in
­general and the Lib Dems in particular opposed the war against Saddam ­Hussein,
both were among Mr Blair’s main cheerleaders as he persuaded President Bill
Clinton to join forces with him in crushing Serbia.
Mr Blair’s justification for bombarding Belgrade was humanitarian. Unlike Iraq,
where the bogus claim of ­weapons of mass destruction was trumped up, there was
­little pretence that ­British national self-interest was at stake. We were
acting as the world’s policeman — which was the role we played again, along with
the U.S., when we invaded Iraq in March 2003.

Praise: Mr Blair is seen by some Kosovans as a hero after he played a big role
in ‚liberating‘ the region from Serbian rule – but how many innocent lives did
his bombardment cost?

Kosovo had been part of ­Serbia since 1912. There is no doubt that the ­forces
of President Slobodan Milosevic of ­Serbia had brutally suppressed Kosovar
Albanian nationalists in ­Kosovo, many of them led by the Kosovo Liberation
Army, who wanted independence.
But both Mr Blair and the ­Clinton administration tended to ignore atrocities
committed by Hashim Thaci’s Kosovo ­Liberation Army. Of the 2,000 people killed
on both sides in the year before the U.S.-British bombing began, a significant
minority were Serbs. A UN report later said that 90 Serb ­villages in Kosovo had
been ­ethnically cleansed in the months leading up to March 1999.
President Milosevic finally agreed to withdraw his troops from Kosovo, and the
bombing was stopped in August 1999. Tens of thousands of Serbs were then
ethnically cleansed by the Kosovo Liberation Army, and driven over the border

into Serbia.
It would be a brave man who made a moral judgment between the ghastly bully
­Milosevic and the Kosovo ­Liberation Army, but that is exactly what Tony Blair
did. He also ignored the inconvenient fact that Kosovo was part of Serbia in
international law.
Indeed, there was evidence that Milosevic was prepared to accept a deal put to
him by the British and Americans in ­February 1999, but the terms —including
unlimited rights of access for an unlimited period by Nato troops throughout
­Serbia — were made unacceptably draconian to the Serbs because by that stage
Blair and Clinton preferred war.

Ignored: Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic tried to broker a deal with Blair
and Bill Clinton – but it was made unacceptably draconian because the leaders
preferred a war
Writing about Kosovo at the time, and visiting the province twice after the war,
I could not understand why more people in Britain were not worried by Mr Blair’s
assumption that he could bomb and invade someone else’s country when he felt
like it in order to redress what he believed was an injustice. Those were the
days, of course, when most of the media thought Tony Blair could do no wrong.
His military success in 1999 convinced him that Britain could and should play
the role of the world’s number two policeman to the U.S. A ­messianic note
entered his rhetoric, as at the 2001 Labour party conference, when he raved that
‘the kaleidoscope has been shaken . . . Let us ­­re-order this world about us’.
The U.S.-British legal case for invading Iraq was as feeble as it had been in
the case of Kosovo. In fact, Saddam Hussein was a much more egregious genocidal
maniac than Milosevic. ­However, while many on the Left had branded Milosevic a
‘fascist’ (actually, he was a barely reconstructed former communist), they were
more indulgent of the tyrant Saddam Hussein.
Incidentally, the extremely unpleasant Hashim Thaci wrote an article in The
Guardian newspaper praising Mr Blair to the skies as recently as September. The
delusion that the ­Kosovo Liberation Army were really not such bad chaps
­persists on the Left.

what happened in Kosovo helped shape subsequent events in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Mr Blair acquired the mentality of a do-gooding Wild West sheriff who believes
he can right wrongs wherever he chooses, and doesn’t care overmuch about
breaking the law in the process, or even the ­unfortunate deaths of innocent
civilians who get caught in the cross-fire.
It is richly ironic that ‘liberated’ Kosovo should now be a failed, gangster
state, with its prime minister, Hashim Thaci, identified by as authoritative a
body as the Council of Europe as being directly or indirectly responsible for
organ trafficking, as well as corruption and other misbehaviour on an epic
Kosovo finally declared ­independence from Serbia in 2008, but it is far too
small and poor — despite having received ­billions of dollars of western aid,
much of which may have been siphoned off — to go it alone as a viable country.
So the West will be nursing it, and its ­corrupt leaders, for years to come.

Beyond repair? Eleven years after the bombing of the country, Serbia is still
trying to recover from the £38bn of damage the U.S./UK attack caused
Meanwhile, Serbia is still recovering from the shock that was inflicted on it by
Britain and the U.S. in 1999, when the cost of the damage caused was put at
£38 billion. It, too, has absorbed an enormous amount of aid, most of it from
the ­European Union.
Needless to say, neither Mr Thaci nor any of his senior ­comrades in the Kosovo
­Liberation Army have been put on trial, though that could now change. By
contrast, numerous Serbs have been tried at the War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague
— no doubt rightly so — including Milosevic, who died of a heart attack before a
verdict had been delivered.
With his messianic certainties, the morally bipolar Tony Blair liked to divide
the world into ‘goodies’ and ‘baddies’, having presumptuously placed himself in
the first category. How fitting that this begetter of war after war should end
up by receiving the Golden Medal of Freedom from a monster who traded in body

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Godišnjica Tudjmanove smrti zaboravljena od aktuelne vlade Hrvatske – Na današnji dan je umro Predsjednik! – U jebote, stvarno!

BOMBE, RAŠPE, LIVORVERI BY BORIS DEŽULOVIĆ Petak, deseti: od Bleiburga do Salzburga

Kakav je to ludi dan bio, taj petak, deseti! Na kolegiju u sjedištu HDZ-a Jadranka Kosor je pripremala priopćenje o hapšenju Ive Sanadera, dok su u dnu velikog stola muškarci poluglasno komentirali vijest da je Robert Prosinečki postao novi trener Crvene Zvezde. 

– Dajte, ljudi! Vlado, Luka?! – podviknula konačno premijerka. – Uhapsilo Sanadera, a vi o nogometu! Šeks, Bebić i društvo u dnu stola posramljeno su objesili glave, kad je iznenada upala tajnica, gospođa Štefanija. – Gospođo Jadranka, ja se ispričavam što vas prekidam, ali sasvim smo zaboravili da je danas deseti!

– Deseti?? – golemi se upitnik nadvio nad premijerkinom glavom i cijelim konferencijskim stolom. – Deseti prosinca – gledala je gospođa Šefanija u tucet mliječnobijelih očiju. – Na današnji dan je umro Predsjednik! – U jebote, stvarno! – skočila i premijerka i svi za stolom. – Imamo li vijenac? Koliko je sati? Brže, novinari su već tamo… fak, fak!

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Kako smo mogli zaboraviti?! Minutu kasnije konvoj crnih limuzina izjurio je s Markova trga, zaustavivši se nakon pet minuta bjesomučne vožnje pred nekom malom cvjećarnicom. Ivan Šuker na brzinu izletio iz automobila i vratio se uskoro noseći ukusno aranžiranu ikebanu od purpurno crvenih ruža, s malim plastičnim mladencima na vrhu. – To je sve što su imali – kratko je objasnio Šuker, dohvatio flomaster i svilenu traku, pa se časak-dva kasnije okrenuo premijerki.

– Kako ono, na vrh mi je jezika…? – Franjo Tuđman – kratko mu odgovorila Jadranka, trenutak prije nego će se crni konvoj uz škripu kočnica zaustaviti pred mirogojskim arkadama. – Jesi li sigurna da je to danas? – pitala je zadihana premijerka gospođu Štefaniju, gledajući sablasno prazno groblje. Žive duše tamo nije bilo, ako se u žive duše ne računa Zdravko Tomac. Nijednog novinara, nijednog fotografa, nijedne kamere.

Da nije gospođa Štefanija mobitelom snimila kako predsjednica Vlade polaže cvijeće na crnu ploču, ne bi državna televizija ni imala prilog s Mirogoja. Ne bi se Hrvatska zapravo ni sjetila jedanaeste godišnjice smrti Otca moderne hrvatske države, da nije bilo gospođe Štefanije. Sic transit gloria Ćaćae.

Jedanaest godina kasnije, sjećaju ga se još samo uža obitelj i Zdravko Tomac: na dan njegove smrti, slučajno ili ne – a ni Richard Dawkins, da živi u Hrvatskoj, ne bi vjerovao u takve slučajnosti – glavna je priča da je u Salzburgu uhapšen Ivo Sanader, onaj njegov vjerni šef kabineta što je u međuvremenu postao kalif na mjestu kalifa, pa detuđmanizirao stranku i završio proces historijske tranzicije, od Bleiburga do Salzburga.

Bolno je tako simbolično završila jedna epoha: onako kako su nekoć najizvrsniji hrvatski muževi u dugačkim kolonama bježali preko Slovenije, da bi se u Austriji predali saveznicima, šezdeset pet godina kasnije najizvrsniji hrvatski muž opet bježi stazama kontrarevolucije, ponovo preko Slovenije u Austriju, da bi tamo završio u zarobljeništvu, čekajući da ga saveznici izruče vlastima u domovini.

Sve je isto kao nekoć, samo što Vođa križnog puta ovoga puta nije bauljao Slovenijom u dugačkoj koloni konjskih zaprega, već sam, u šminkerskoj kćerkinoj Volkswagen-bubi, sa Samsonite torbama i Bossovim odijelom obješenim nad stražnje sjedište. I što je sa sanducima državnoga zlata i kartom za Ameriku v žepu, ovoga puta u štakorskim kanalima ipak zaglavio.

Nisu ga sačekali mrki britanski oficiri, već mrki austrijski policajci, nisu ga sačekali na pustoj austrijskoj ledini, već na auto-cesti Villach-Salzburg, kod tunela Tauern, na naplatnoj kućici na kojoj će jednog dana stajati valjda spomen-ploča, “Zum Gedenken an den Unschuldigen Opfer der Salzburger Tragödie”, “u spomen na nedužnu žrtvu Salzburške tragedije”.

Ili kako će već pisati na kućici u kojoj je skončao kroatische kanzler, na ploči što će je postaviti Počasni Salzburški vod, kad jednog dana izađe iz kazamata. Završit će tako Sanaderov Kružni put, kalvarija od Zagreba preko slovenskih vrleti do Salzburškog polja i nazad, kao veličanstveno finale Tuđmanove epohe. Ne bježi se šezdeset pet godina kasnije iz Hrvatske zbog ratnih zločina, jer zločin je bio samo jedna stavka biznis-plana, slavni je Domovinski rat za salzburške žrtve bio tek slavna Oružana pljačka.

Zato je valjda složeno da slučajno istog tog crnog petka bude uhapšen i odavno zaboravljeni Tomislav Merčep, da Ivo Sanader dakle bude uhapšen u bijegu u inozemstvu, gotovo u izravnom prijenosu, a komandant pakračkih eskadrona smrti u svome stanu na zagrebačkom Središću, tiho i neprimjetno, odveć glup da shvati kako će najebati jednako kako se i proslavio.

Novi početak

Da će završiti poput Glavaša, kao tableta Calgona za najtvrdokornije mrlje na partijskoj savjesti, suštinski dakle iz istog razloga zbog kojega su nekoć dobijali ordene, dok su ubijajući Srbe odvlačili pažnju nadzornih kamera u trezoru. Merčepa se, kao i vrhovnog mu zapovjednika Tuđmana, danas više nitko ne sjeća, iako je njegovo besmrtno djelo ugrađeno u same temelje one naplatne kućice na ausgangu kraj Salzburga.

Epoha je završena, i sve je spremno za novi početak. U sjedištu HDZ-a, na Markovu trgu, u Vladi i Saboru, novi su ljudi. Eno tamo danas dvoje najmoćnijih, što o svemu tome ništa nisu znali: Jadranka Kosor, nekad desna ruka Ive Sanadera, što za njegovo isisavanje novca prvi put u životu čuje, i Vladimir Šeks, nekad desna ruka Franje Tuđmana, što je ubojice iz Merčepovih eskadrona onomad puštao iz zatvora kao golubove, i što za njihove zločine prvi put u životu čuje.

– U Austriji uhićen Sanader, u Zagrebu uhićen Merčep, u Beogradu Prosinečki potpisao za Zvezdu!!! – bjesni za to vrijeme negdje gore Ćaća, vrteći se kao trotul. – Ima li danas ijedna dobra vijest?!? – Ima, gospodine Predsjedniče – odgovorio mu, vele, Gojko Šušak čitajući novine. – Balašević u Splitu napunio Loru.


U.S.-Backed Kosovo Administration Implicated in Organ-Trafficking Racket – But Will It Matter?

„Jatras, James G.“:

U.S.-Backed Kosovo Administration Implicated in Organ-Trafficking Racket
– But Will It Matter?

James George Jatras
Director, American Council for Kosovo

One can’t help but wonder how many times we have to be hit over the head before
it begins to sink in that America’s intervention in Kosovo was based on a pack
of lies from the start.   The “accepted” narrative of Kosovo as the great
success story parades under the headline: U.S. and NATO Allies Nobly Stepped in
to Stop Genocide by Evil Serbs.   The reality was U.S. Dragged NATO Allies
Kicking and Screaming Into Support for Muslim Mafia Committing Genocide Against
Christian Serbs.

Comes now the Council of Europe’s human rights investigator Dick Marty with
damning accusationsthat Hashim Thaci, a/k/a Gjarpër (“Snake”), currently
masquerading as “prime minister” of the illegal separatist administration in
Pristina, heads a “mafia-like” operation that included murdering captives,
mainly Serbs, to sell their organs on the black market.  Is even that ghoulish
revelation enough to force a reconsideration of the preening self-justification
of a “humanitarian” intervention most Americans have long since forgotten?  We
can hope.  But did the plotted attack on Fort Dixchanges any minds?  No.   Now
we have organ trafficking.   Let’s remember the organ-trafficking story first
broke over two years agoand seemed to be withering away in the face of brazen
stonewalling by „authorities“ in Pristina and Tirana (with full backing from
Washington, of course.)

Release of Mr. Marty’s report, just as Thaci is claiming victory in Kosovo’s
recent elections, suggests that somebody in Europe wants to jump off this
bandwagon to disaster.  But for Americans, the question is: How horrible do the
facts need to be before we start looking behind the curtain to see what our
government is so desperate to conceal?

In the unfortunate partisan myopia that plagues American politics, some of my
fellow conservatives might be tempted to blame it on Bill Clinton and leave it
at that.  Of course, it was largely a “Clinton problem” back during the 1999
NATO war against Serbia.  To their credit, most Congressional Republicans voted
against the war, which our Razorback Rommel illegally launched even though the
House of Representatives had voted down the authorization to use military
force.   But while Republicans mainly voted No, the neoconservative
establishment was whipping up support for the Clinton White House.
Unfortunately, with neocon domination of the George W. Bush administration’s
foreign policy, and their desperation to win Islamic friends after 9/11, the
Bush policy on Kosovo was even more Clinton than Clinton, leading to the
decision to try to force the issue of Kosovo’s independence in violation of
every principle of international law and national sovereignty.

So, what will Washington do now about “our” guy Thaci?  Do a Google Image search
for his name with almost any top U.S. figure of either party you can think of
and you’ll see him in a warm handshake, often a chummy embrace with a virtual
Who’s Who of the American establishment: George W. Bush, Condi Rice, Bill Gates,
Clinton (both of them), Joseph Biden, Madeleine Albright, Wesley Clark, etc.
(See “Snake and Friends” at the end of this message.)  One would like to think
some one of these worthies would now have the decency to say (even if only in
virtuous hypocrisy), “What?  I didn’t know!  I’d never have supported these guys
if I had!”  But the problem is, even aside from these organ-trafficking
peccadilloes, the U.S. establishment did know– from Day One – that Thaci and Co.
(the „Kosovo Liberation Army,“ KLA) were a bunch of thugs.  So did the
intelligence services of our allies.  (And make no mistake – it’s not just
Thaci.  If Thaci needs to be dumped, we can guess that “Plan B” will be to
install in his place another of his equally vicious KLA colleagues.)  They – our
government – knew the KLA were criminals running the drug, slave, and weapons
rackets throughout Europe.  They knew the KLA was supported by Osama bin Laden
(with whom Thaci met personally in Tirana in 1998 to plan the jihad in Kosovo,
according to the former head of Albanian intelligence), the Iranians, the
Saudis, the Turks, and other supporters of an Islamic re-re-conquest of the
Balkans.   And we supported them anyway, shredding every rule of law and decency
in the process.  Now what?  In all probability, circle the wagons, hope it will
blow over, and keep twisting arms around the worldin support of the illegal
separatist terrorist entity “KosovA.”

As for Serbia – if there were a respectable government in Belgrade, instead of a
group of quislings, they wouldn’t be preparing to meet with representatives of
Thaci’s “government” in direct negotiations.  Instead, conspiring with their
U.S. and European supporters and collaborators in the Serbian Orthodox Church,
Belgrade’s recent “contribution” to the Kosovo fiasco is their persecution of
Vladika Artemije, Bishop of Ras and Prizren and Kosovo and Metohija, who over
two years ago was calling for then-President Bush to refuse to meet with Thaci
and demanding an accounting for the organ-selling outrage!

Let us hope that Mr. Marty’s fine work doesn’t get thrown down the Memory Hole
with any and all other facts inconvenient to Washington’s policy.  But it’s not
enough just to track down the individual perpetrators, or even to pack Thaci off
to jail (though both would be a good start).  It’s time for the lies that have
undergirded our entire Balkan policy to be exposed, for the United States to
stop its obsessive support for Islamic jihadagainst the indigenous Christian
population, and specifically to back off from our absurd and destructive global
lobbying on behalf of the KLA regime.

Some might argue that “we’ve come too far” to reverse course now, that American
commitment to “KosovA” is irreversible.  But it’s never too late to stop doing
the wrong thing and start doing the right thing.   If Mr. Marty’s
organ-trafficking revelations can be a catalyst for a truthful reassessment of
American policy and of the events of recent years, the victims will not have
died in vain.

December 15, 2010

Snake and Friends

Snake and Rice(with „president“ Fatmir Sejdiu)

Snake and Biden

Snake and (now French foreign minister) Bernard Koushner, British General
Michael Jackson, fellow KLA thug Agim Ceku, andAmerican General Wesley Clark

Snake and Bush

Snake and Gates

Snake and Albright

Snake and H. Clinton

Snake and B. Clinton

Pesma, „Nek‘ živi što život ima“-autor, Miladin Kostadinović

Nek‘ živi što život ima

von Milan Kostadinovic, Donnerstag, 16. Dezember 2010 um 16:37



Uhvatila maca miša

Tužan žali ga Radiša

Zašto mora da ga dira?

A ja sam joj dao sira


Nežni pogled mu zastade

Opet gleda tuđe jade

Ta torba ga uznemiri

Iz nje mrtav zeko viri


Putem lovac ga pronosi

Metak život mu pokosi

Zar baš mora od svog bijesa

Da zekinog jede mesa?


Tužno srce od Radiše

Dok uzdiše svijetu piše:

Smrt je tako tužna svima

Nek‘ živi što život ima!



Milan Kostadinović

(iz dječije zbirke pjesama „Nek‘ živi što život ima“)

Ilustracije: Miroslav Lazić

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Kada sam prvi puta pročitao neveliku knjigu pripovedačke proze; onih razlomljenih priča kao u Kusturičinim filmovima, učinilo mi se u jednom trenutku; kako spisateljica želi iskazati SVE i odjedared. Taj intelektualni manirizam kroz spominjanje Fojerbacha, Kanta, Hegela i Nitzchea, te teorije o Emocionalnoj inteligenciji, kafkijanskom je morfološkom strukturom odvlačio moju slavensku dušu od spontanog uživanja. Jutro je kasnojesenje; nadnesen bićem nad tekstualnost ove lirske proze, iznova razgovaram s njom, kao što se vode dragi, poverljivi razgovori.Ona mi otkriva tajnu; koliko i na kakav način govori o autoru, njegove lične konotacije i koliko je dela u autoru i autora u delu… Bezspolnim; rekao bih, pa ipak senzibilnim načinom ženske semantike i istovremeno u odmaknuću od njega, spisateljica Letić-Joveš otkriva čitaocu uzroke ispisivanja lične istine. To je onaj razlog postojanja knjige… Njen je „strah sloboda smrtna; ja je onaj drugi…“ Kažem; obično se hrabrijim proglasi onaj, kome se pripiše doza naivnosti. U takvoj potrebi za smislom, kako sama reče; književnica Letić-Joveš, „u prostranstvu svoje duše, koja je popila sav bol moga glasa“ čini „svadbenu ponudu sebi“, tako iskazujući osudu istorije, istorijsku i ličnu istinu i „vraća se mekotom njene duše Kantu.“

Gotovo vrisnuvši u jednom trenu, ova mi tekstualnost saopštava kako „Bog ne postoji“ i da je sve samo istorijski trenutak u spoznaji zla, ovde i „tamo preko Drine“…Taj odnos prema istini, u ovoj nevelikoj knjizi, u punom, sveobuhvatnom tekstovlju, razlomljen je jezičkim i stilskim rečnikom umna govorenja i u aktuelnom literarnom trenu nalikuje onom; što sam u teoriji estetike nazvao: „Novi primitivni simbolizam.“ Valja reći; simbolizam visoke intelektualne strukture i metaforike…
Upravo je negde, na polovini tekstualnosti citirana i moja malenkost: „Progovoriti istinito, znači dobiti sve bitke, znači nadvladati strah i biti slobodan.“
Letić- Joveš se time odredjuje spram „spajanja dva zla vremena…“ U ravnoteži istine zlog vremena 1992. njena je semantika izmedju; „kad su neki blagajski muslimani klali Srbe po okolnim selima“ i „verbalnog ponižavanja“ muslimana…

Mene jutros, u samospoznavajućem dijalogu sa „I ŠTA MI BI DA TETRAŽIM“ Milene Letić-Joveš, dotaknu pitanje, šta bi bilo da se napiše SREBRENICA?! Čitam kako Letićeva-Joveš kaže: „…jer bih ja, zaista ja bila – divna osoba…Mnogo bogatija sama nego u bilo kojoj kombinaciji. „Verujem, jer njen „strah od pogrešnih uverenja“ i jezik kojeg zove: „ljudski jezik“, progovarajući „metaforama obrnutog smera“, čine ovo tkivo zaista „tkanjem čipke rečima…“ U takvoj MOĆI IZBORA, na kraju knjige citiran je i umni, moj dragi prijatelj, Radovan Vlahović odredjujući se; „da je reč od Boga data, a da je Bog reč.“ Ostaje mi samo još dugo razgovarati i koračati nežno zamišljen sa ovom dobrom knjigom, s ljubavlju i poštovanjem..

„Sram da vas bude, volite Srbiju…“

Sram da vas bude, volite Srbiju…




Klepetuša za (ne)urednike

Neki (ne)urednici nekih medija u Srbiji uzimaju sebi slobodu da u usta drugih ljudi stave i reci koje ovi nisu izgovorili. Recimo (ne)urednik „Vecernjih novosti“, gospodin Želimir Štrbi, je tipican primer (ne)urednika, koji pored napadnog, tendecioznog i prljavog selektovanja, dopisuje i reci koje intervjuisani nikada nije rekao…

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  1. 22. avgust 2010. u 20:29 Ljiljana Milosavljević reče:

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  5. 13. decembar 2010. u 23:09 Ljiljana Milosavljević reče:

    Zaboravljam, posebno lozinke, pa ne mogu da budem ni prva, sa komentarom. Posebno mi se sviđaju pojavljivanja na lepim mestima i susreti sa zanmljivim svetom, pa bili čak i lepi. čestitam na nagradama, u današnje vreme, uglavnom papirnata, bar su lepo dizajnirana, a pesma je zaslužila nema šta. Igore, čestitke i svako dobro, od srca želim, i hvala na podsećanju, ne bih našla tek tako. Živeli!

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Председник Србије спреман да разговара са Тачијем


Председник Србије спреман да разговара са Тачијем

Nikolz Iliko | 15/12/2010 19:28

Zasto da precednice da razgovarate sa ubicom preko 300 Srba na Kosovu i Metohiji?
On je zasluzio da mu odmah sudi u Srbiji za ratni zlocin 1999 godine!

drago sundic | 15/12/2010 19:36

A sta je gospodine Tadicu sa presudom Okruznog suda u Pristini kojom je Hasim Taciu osudjen pravosnaznom presudom u kojoj je dokazano da je ucestvovao u ubistvu cetiri policajca na pruznom prelazu kod Glogovca? Sta je gospodine Tadicu sa „Belom knjigom“ iz 2003 godine koju je izdala nasa Vlada, u kojoj su navedeni svi Tacijevi zlocini? I na kraju, gospodine predsednice, sta je sa raspisqnom poternicom za Hasimom Tacijem, jeste li sve ove sudske i policijske akte anulirali? Vas razgovor sa zlocincem Hasimom Tacijem bila bi konacna izdaja najosetljivijih srpskih interesa.
Ili pod pritiskom medjunarodnih mentora sve ce te to predstaviti kao „mudru politiku koja ce nas voditi u clanstvo EU“!!!

judas priest | 15/12/2010 19:52

Znaci predsjednik je spreman da razgovara sa ratnim zlocincem bez obzira na sve,jer on je(Taci) demokrata i predstavnik naroda ozvanicen na izborima koje je,kazu izvjestaji, lazirao,a sve u cilju dobrosusjedskih odnosa.

Theodor Šljivovičky | 15/12/2010 20:13

Ovo je neverovatno. Predsednik Srbije Tadić, dovodi u sumnju rezltate istraživanja Dika Martija o povezanosti g. Tačija sa najmonstruoznijim zločinima nad Srbima. Čak niti u Evropi, koja nam je otela KiM niko više ne sumnja u zločinačku prošlost Tačija. Ko može neka razume.

Ђока Векић | 15/12/2010 20:25

Команде су из истог дворишта. Команда је одредила коначни статус договора, само да се потпише записник. Двориште се не мења, играчим исти – и, шта да раде гладни народи Србије и Албаније и све остале комшије који су као гладијатори у рингу? Да је Његош па да каже… а варварске ланце сруши. Али прах Оца Србије је одуван од новољуди. Док се не појаве нови играчи и нови глунци у другој арени.

Милош Ј. Косовац | 15/12/2010 20:30

Баш непристојна информација. Она има сасвим други доживљај када је Председник морао да одговори логично и пристојно на непристојно питање новинара. А сасвим непријатно када нам се нуди слика Тачија у сасвим другом значењу од оног који објављују ама бш сви медијуми у региону и Европи.

Srpkinja Jevrosima | 15/12/2010 21:22

U pamet se, gospodine Tadicu! Prvi put je neko u Evropi izjavio da Srbi bili zrtve. Nemojte i da se i ta zakasnjela istina okrene protiv Srba. Nije sramota biti Srbin, pa cak i onda kad zelite u EU i da zivite bolje. Posaljite sve dokaze koje nam idu korist i pomozite Diku Martiju, da ne bude na pravdi Boga ismijan. Razgovarajte sa ljudima koji nam mogu i hoce pomoci, a ne sa onima s kojima „morate“.
Tako Vam Bog pomogao – neizvinjavajte se vise nikome.

Jovan Terzic | 15/12/2010 21:22

Mislim da Predsenik treba da malo bolje razmisli o dialogu sa Tacijem. Ako posalje nekog savjetnika u redu , ali on ne bi trebao da daje legitimitet i posredno amnestira Tacija za sva nedjela koja je ucinio ili znao da su ucinjena a nije ih sprecio niti osudio.

Bianca Bianca | 15/12/2010 21:38

@Milos J. Kosovac. Vas komentar je ne samo pogresan, vec I izuzetno nepristojan. Svjetske medije su objavile sasdzaj izvjestaja, kao I osjecaje samog pisca o stidu I nemoralnosti mnogih koji vec vise od decenije prate kriminalnu karijeru g. Tacija. I navodi se cinjenica da su mnoge zemlje imale te podatke. Bilo bi vise nego pristojno da se objavi sve, a spinovanje da se ostavi onima koji za to zaradjuju place. Tadic je, kao I uvijek, brzoplet kada mu politicki instinkti ukazuju nacin da se dodvara. Mogao je barem izraziti shoji zabrinutost, I druge standardne forme diplomacije dok se ne razjasni ova situacija. Vjerujem da je ovaj izvjestaj sjedio u ladicama, Ali izgleda da su neki novi izvori na putu, pa je bolje priznati. Cemu Tadiceva zurba?

milijarder … | 15/12/2010 21:56

Predsednice.Tadicu vi jeste demokratski izgradjen
covek ne morate to dokazivat,ali da ne bih koristio
narodne izreke,nemozete uspesno braniti suverenitet Srbije nad Kosovom ako zelite skoro clanstvo u EU.Odredite se za jedno ili drugo ,necete nista manje bit demokrata niti ce put
Srbije biti manje demokratski,izaberite jednu kartu.
drugo sacuvajte u rukavu slobodno mozda da nekad proradi ali sad ne ide samo vam slabi poziciju za zelenim plisanim stolom,znate tu nemoze da se igra ako ste providni,nije vazno dali gubite ili dobijate ne stvarajte samo mucninu
ostalim igracima,a i prikrijte karte nemogu ostali
sklanjat podlede iako vi imate poverenja.