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Risto the Great 03-10-2012 02:02 AM

[QUOTE=lavce pelagonski;122494]One word Terrorists[/QUOTE]

Next word:
Coalition

Brian 03-10-2012 07:20 AM

[QUOTE=Risto the Great;122507]Next word:
Coalition[/QUOTE]

They already have that RtG.

The next 'coalition' is Kosovo with Albania followed by parts of Macedonia. It's been said on the MTO before but it seemed like 'it couldn't happen' or not 'real enough' somehow. It looks like it's the early stages of starting to gel. We all were right all along.

[QUOTE][B]Dnevnik: Foreign Secret Services behind Ethnic Violence in Skopje[/B]

[url]http://macedoniaonline.eu/content/view/20540/1/[/url]

[IMG]http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRzdyLCldDFzd-fw9CPhL-fCUVf-gsnUwZ4fFqe5uDAR7qRhnPu[/IMG]

10 March 2012
New incident in Skopje, this time four ethnic Albanians attacked three Macedonian minors while walking in the City Park.
Two of the kids were badly hurt by metal pipes and were admitted at the State hospital before midnight.

The police is out in full force expecting ethnic Macedonians to take revenge.

(Wow, now the police come out in force, we would't want any revenge attack on Albanians would we Gordana?)

[B]According to sources in the Ministry of Interior, this spat of violence is supported by foreign secret services and is tied to the Kosovo referendum in which they wish to join Albania.[/B] Somehow, the 'referendum' question is not something that's talked about, even in Kosovo, yet they are going through with it.

[B]According to local daily Dnevnik, the Albanians are purposely creating ethnic tensions, manufacturing a crisis, as if to portray their never ending 'plight' everywhere in the Balkans thus the need for them to live in one country, "Great Albania" which according to sources ought take shape in 2013 when first Kosovo[/B] would joing with Tirana and parts of Montenegro, Macedonia and Greece to follow suit later. This will undoubtedly engulf the region in a war.
The Macedonian Government has appealed for calm warning the culprits involved will face lengthy jail sentences.

[B]Macedonian analysts have warned the Government to be ware of what is going on around the Balkans adding none of this is 'accidental', rather it appears coordinated with Prishtina and Tirana. "There is a reason behind those english speaking protest banners" says Dnevnik in its article.[/B]
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Bill77 03-10-2012 07:43 AM

Yeh....sure they are going to discus the Environment and Climate change.

But hey....we only have our selves to blame by giving them such authority and a chance.
IMO if this meeting is legit then pigs fly and.....voltron speaks the truth.

[QUOTE] Minister Ademi at Pristina conference

Skopje, 9 March 2012 (MIA) - Minister of Environment and Physical Planning Abdilaqim Ademi Friday will take part at a conference titled "Energy Security in Times of Climate Change, situation in Kosovo and Western Balkans region" which will be held in Pristina.

Besides Ademi, also Dardan Gashi, Kosovo Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning and Besim Begaj, Kosovo Minister of Economic Development will deliver addresses.

Bilateral memorandum on cooperation in the sphere of environment and spatial planning will be signed at the conference.

Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Renewable Energy Association of Kosovo organise the conference. [/QUOTE]

Niko777 03-10-2012 04:28 PM

[B][SIZE="5"][COLOR="Red"]15 year old Macedonian attacked by Albanians today (new incident) [/COLOR][/SIZE][/B]

[QUOTE]Претепан петнаесетгодишник во Скопје
Објавено: пред 60 минути

Петнаесет годишниот Андреј К. денес околу 17 часот бил пресретнат од неколку лица по што физички го нападнале. Немилиот настан се случил на улицата Орце Николов во Скопје, во близина на Ентернет кафе.
Повреденото момче веднаш е пренесено во Градската болница каде е задржано на понатамошно лекување.
Полицијата веднаш излегла на самото место, при што привела пет лица кои се наоѓале во близина на местото каде момчето било нападнато. Во тек е извршување на службен разговор со нив за да се утврди дали тие се напаѓачите.
[url]http://www.plusinfo.mk/vest/36341/Pretepan-petnaesetgodishnik-vo-Skopje[/url]

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George S. 03-10-2012 05:23 PM

They think they are above law & order.I think the govt has to act & the police have to do their duty.Enough is enough.

Niko777 03-10-2012 05:35 PM

[B][COLOR="Red"][SIZE="5"]Here is what Albanian students were caught bringing to school...[/SIZE][/COLOR][/B]

[IMG]http://www.fakulteti.mk/Images/News/2012/03/knigi/1.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.fakulteti.mk/Images/News/2012/03/knigi/2.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.fakulteti.mk/Images/News/2012/03/knigi/3.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.fakulteti.mk/Images/News/2012/03/knigi/4.jpg[/IMG]

George S. 03-10-2012 05:54 PM

because of that stupid ohrid agreement macedonians have to force themselves with the albanian coalition.Why not change it & be done with it.Give back the sovereignity that's right for the macedonians.How long do we have to tolerate this piece of shit fight back i say fire with fire they don't understand anything else.

Niko777 03-10-2012 06:01 PM

Actually this coalition was formed because Gruevski's party won a minority government (56/123 seats), so unlike previous years where the government formed coalitions with Albanians "out of respect", this time it "needed" a coalition with another party to stay in power.

Bugi 03-10-2012 10:31 PM

[QUOTE=United MKD;122369]Can you specifically tell me with sources in what way Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia helped Macedonia? I'm curious to hear about their involvement.

Thanks[/QUOTE]

Well,Bulgaria gave you 130 tanks,Greece donated to you 2 Bell helicopters,ukrainians piloted the M-24...

now the albanians are much stronger than 2001...
back then albanians had success only with Kalashnikov's in their hand,and the albanians were present with minor % in the state administration...while in the military there were less than 1% albanians.
Now the albanians are everywhere about 30%,so if there is war,there would be a total civil war.

As for the current macedonian army,well it has no tanks,air force-exept few transport helicopters...and macedonians are low in spirit-because of many factors and scared not to end up in the Hague.

the best solution is to keep living together and make them feel Macedonia as their own,11 years after 2001,and still the albanian language isn't official on the entire territory of the country?why?

that is the best way to intergrate the albanian population and you should stop looking at that as albanization!

DirtyCodingHabitz 03-10-2012 10:39 PM

[QUOTE=Bugi;122550]Well,Bulgaria gave you 130 tanks,Greece donated to you 2 Bell helicopters,ukrainians piloted the M-24...

now the albanians are much stronger than 2001...
back then albanians had success only with Kalashnikov's in their hand,and the albanians were present with minor % in the state administration...while in the military there were less than 1% albanians.
Now the albanians are everywhere about 30%,so if there is war,there would be a total civil war.

As for the current macedonian army,well it has no tanks,air force-exept few transport helicopters...and macedonians are low in spirit-because of many factors and scared not to end up in the Hague.

the best solution is to keep living together and make them feel Macedonia as their own,11 years after 2001,and still the albanian language isn't official on the entire territory of the country?why?

that is the best way to intergrate the albanian population and you should stop looking at that as albanization![/QUOTE]

Is this guy for real?


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