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Old 01-09-2017, 08:50 AM   #29
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Very well put, Dragan.

The NLA cut off electricity and supplies to several ethnic Macedonian villages in Tetovo, kidnapped scores of men working in the fields, and gave the villagers an ultimatum to leave the villages or else (all in the name of equal rights, of course). Then these same Albanians and their leaders were given positions of power and amnesty -- and expected to be treated as heroes.

This terrorist incursion was, in part, funded by profits from the drug trade that the Albanians so eagerly and overwhelmingly participate in compared to the Macedonians. Most of the problems faced by the Albanian populace in Macedonia today stems from within, not from without. Those problems that do come from the outside are the same problems the rest of Macedonia's citizens face -- regardless of ethnicity.

The Albanian element in Macedonia should be on their knees begging for forgiveness instead of on a pedestal preaching for greater rights.
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