EU Commissioner Malstrom Backs Gay Pride in Belgrade

Oct 3, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Sofia News Agency

Serbian Gay activists attend a parade in Belgrade, Serbia, 10 October 2010. Prior, during and after the short march, hundreds of anti-Gay protestors with bricks, flares and bottles clashed in several areas with the police.

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I think there are enough reasons for Serbia to stay out of the EU.
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Oct 3, 2012
 
It'll be canceled just like the one in 2011 and 2010

Do poofties (mainly albanian and croatian which can be seen by the flags they carry along with rainbow flags) even stand a chance against football fans, many patriotic groups, plus as a bonus war vets announced gathering as well. And what's best of all- policemen announced they will go on "a collective holiday" on the day parade of shame will took place

gays don't have any chance
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Oct 3, 2012
 
Newest news!

croat-albanian pride parade forbidden by MUP minister Ivica Dacic!
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croat-albanian pride parade forbidden by MUP minister Ivica Dacic!
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We enough problems here than to deal it gays. Economy ruined,people very unhappy, general disappointment and with all that we should worry about gays? Let them do what they want, they don't have to show it. Isn't it interesting how these issue with gay people suddenly appeared. Where where gays in the 90's, or for example 60's. They were here I'm sure. And now they just decided to come out of the closet. Interesting.

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Oct 8, 2012
 
The first Serbian I ever met was gay.
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Oct 8, 2012
 
snyper wrote:
The first Serbian I ever met was gay.
How true it is.
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snyper wrote:
The first Serbian I ever met was gay.
Then he gangbanged your mother and sister

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Oct 8, 2012
 
Shomi wrote:
We enough problems here than to deal it gays. Economy ruined,people very unhappy, general disappointment and with all that we should worry about gays? Let them do what they want, they don't have to show it. Isn't it interesting how these issue with gay people suddenly appeared. Where where gays in the 90's, or for example 60's. They were here I'm sure. And now they just decided to come out of the closet. Interesting.
EU will not solve any of those problems, the EU only wants to solve hypothetical problems like not enough gay rights, or not enough opposition in the elections, not enough free media. EU never helped us to solve our real problems, it certainly won't help you.
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Karavashk wrote:
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EU will not solve any of those problems, the EU only wants to solve hypothetical problems like not enough gay rights, or not enough opposition in the elections, not enough free media. EU never helped us to solve our real problems, it certainly won't help you.
EU want help with peace...and thats someting
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Shomi wrote:
We enough problems here than to deal it gays. Economy ruined,people very unhappy, general disappointment and with all that we should worry about gays? Let them do what they want, they don't have to show it. Isn't it interesting how these issue with gay people suddenly appeared. Where where gays in the 90's, or for example 60's. They were here I'm sure. And now they just decided to come out of the closet. Interesting.
Lisnt Shomi, Serbia is not the only who suffer from economy, but many countrys in the West to.

The real danger here in generally is that the worst right group could take control and do much damage....generally.

It seems to me that many ppl in Europe these days want a new Hitler

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Lisnt Shomi, Serbia is not the only who suffer from economy, but many countrys in the West to.
The real danger here in generally is that the worst right group could take control and do much damage....generally.
It seems to me that many ppl in Europe these days want a new Hitler
My friend, I'm afraid history will repeat itself. And we are well into atomic age. All we need now is a lunatic somewhere.
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Shomi wrote:
<quoted text>My friend, I'm afraid history will repeat itself. And we are well into atomic age. All we need now is a lunatic somewhere.
Lets hope the best my good friend!!.

Now we have Turky and Syria who maybe go to full war, and we have China,Japan and Taiwan who maybe go to war. It could be a dominoc effect.

I heard on the Norweian radio today that the ultra nazi russians hailed and praised the mass killers Anders Breivik, and held him as the jesus himslef.

Its ironic that the country who lost most men in WW2 because of the nazi, not its the biggest nazi supporters
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Oct 8, 2012
 
Gayism like Islam are supported by EU through the liberal laws which will in turn come back to haunt all of us for generations to come.
I don'nt mind them having rights. At the end of the day they are only humans. What I disagree is the frantic propagation and open display for everyone to see.

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Then he gangbanged your mother and sister
Not at all. He introduced me to his family. A warm and hospitable people, full of fun and music.
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Not at all. He introduced me to his family. A warm and hospitable people, full of fun and music.
Gayserbia is a country with many gays and no childen, so Kosovo won by sheer number.
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Serbonazis wrote:
<quoted text>Gayserbia is a country with many gays and no childen, so Kosovo won by sheer number.
gayalbania is a country with many gays and no children

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Serbonazis wrote:
<quoted text>Gayserbia is a country with many gays and no childen, so Kosovo won by sheer number.
The family I met had 9 children. When all the relatives arrived for the party in my honor, there were over 40 children among all the aunts, uncles and cousins. The music, dancing, food and company were all wonderful.

Of course, this was here in the US. They seem to have left the bigots behind in the Balkans.
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Banovic wrote:
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Then he gangbanged your mother and sister
n gayservian will ever touch a woman

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Apparently not all of them.

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