Even in the midst of the Europeans not only highly evolved process of nationality, but also a very mature democracy, the dross of prejudice are not yet disposed of all, a common political and economic, the rules laid down by those who have put the basis of Europe, these prejudices that you say, they can also be put into oblivion, however today for a French, English, or an Italian, to be part of this community is a sign of national integrity. For generations to come I can not answer<quoted text>
I am falling back on history Teddy, and my argument remains solid. The concept of nationality is certainly defined as you say, but it is not the 'European' tag, just the opposite. Poke around a little and regional prejudices and interests always rear up.
If that was not the case, might as well throw out the notion of Croats, Albanians, Hungarians and Serbians and refer to ourselves as 'Europeans'. You have to be realistic and drop the hypocrisy.
For instance, it want take you more than a post or two to fall back into your less than favourable stance as per Serbia, and represent the interests of the Albanians. Look at this place for instance. Putting this lot in the same boat is the height of stupidity. Benn tried, bad idea.
The concept of 'European' is the furthest thing from anybody's mind, but the concept of getting more Euros, well, that's another matter heheh.
All countries that you have listed come from a process of nationality very strong, so strong that you can collide with each other, but also a rich tradition of common history, in spite of issues and disputes of land between Ungeria-Serbia ... Albania-Serbia ....Serbia-Croatia
This I did not understand, what does the work carried out by Serbia to be integrated with the interest of the Albanians!?
The process of integration in Europe is long, you have to wait again to see a European knowledge of all the states that compose it. Today there is a gap sociopolitical, among European countries, hoping that they will grow together