What are some positives and negatives...
Christian

Pascoe Vale, Australia

#21 Apr 4, 2013
I only know they are pornstars and hoes who suck off Serbs for free and marry them
Christian

Pascoe Vale, Australia

#22 Apr 4, 2013
Serbs are Slavic, nothing to do with pakis. You huns are much more closer you turkic mongols
Anonymous

Prague, Czech Republic

#23 Apr 4, 2013
Christian wrote:
<quoted text>The positive thing about the Serbs is they killed the own President and they are still killing each other in the streets of Beograd over drugs.
The negative thing is they killed people in other countries while they had control of Yugoslavia's weapons.
It would be very nice if the Serbs just killed each other with all those old weapons which the USSR gave them.
They are good, apart from the fact that they are a primitive barbaric, mixed up mongrel race of thieves, murderers, pedophiles, drug addicts, alcoholics, rapists, lazy, uneducated, ugly low life criminals.
Please don't take this personally, I know that the Serbian race was good before it was bastardized by the Turks who raped Serbia for 500 years.
I feel sorry for the Serbian race, it must be a horrible thing to have your people bastardized like that.
The other positive thing is that the Serbian race will become better with every generation in the future.
In 500 years, most of the Turkish blood should be gone from the Serbs. Then their women will not have big hook noses and beards anymore.
Killed people "in other countries"? Mate, how old were you back then?

There were no "other countries". There was Yugoslavia fighting separatists who didn't have any right to take weapons in their hands. Not until their newborn countries gained recognition.

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#24 Apr 4, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
Negatives: Lying is part of their nature. See the post above as a good example.
Gypsy Lesbian Hun is jelly of Serb culture.

Since: Sep 12

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#25 Apr 4, 2013
Christian wrote:
Serbs are Slavic, nothing to do with pakis. You huns are much more closer you turkic mongols
Both Serbs, Pakis and Gypsies are Indo-Europeans, you share the same origin, and your langauges are distantly related.

Hungarians, Turkics, Mongols on the other hand do not have a common origin with Gypsies, Pakistanis.

Since: Sep 12

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#26 Apr 4, 2013
Christian wrote:
I only know they are pornstars and hoes who suck off Serbs for free and marry them
Is that how you talk about your sisters?

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#27 Apr 4, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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Is that how you talk about your sisters?
You Imbecile you know nothing about Serb Culture im sick of you. Hungarians are more Asian than Serbs because Hungarians came from Mongolia originally Serbs are Slavs.

You are a TROLL. You are trolling people with your lies about Serb Origin.

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#28 Apr 4, 2013
TheRebel44 wrote:
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You Imbecile you know nothing about Serb Culture im sick of you. Hungarians are more Asian than Serbs because Hungarians came from Mongolia originally Serbs are Slavs.
You are a TROLL. You are trolling people with your lies about Serb Origin.
It is true that we came from Asia, but so did Indo-Europeans, including Serbs.

http://lukferi2.webs.com/migration%20of%20ser...
You should read something about the origin of Serbs

Pliny the Younger in his work Plinii Caecilii Secundi Historia naturalis from the first century AD (69-75) mentioned people named Serbi,[3] who lived near the Cimmerians, presumably on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
In the 2nd century (around 175 AD), the Egyptian scientist Claudius Ptolemy mentioned in his Geography people named Serboi or Sirboi,[3] who presumably lived behind the Caucasus, in the hinterland of the Caspian Sea.
In the 10th century, Byzantine emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos (912-959) mentioned in his book De Ceremoniis, apart from the Slavic Croats and Serbs, there were two tribes named Krevatades (Krevatas) and Sarban (Sarbani), which some researches identified as Croats and Serbs. These tribes were located in the Caucasus near the river Terek, between Alania and Tsanaria.[4][5][6][7] The Sarban tribe in the Caucasus in the 10th century was also recorded by an Arab geographer.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origin_of_the_Se...

As you can see, we both have Asian origins.

The difference is, we take pride on ours, and admit it, while you pretend that it isn't true, and that Serbs are descended from Nordic Germanic space aliens from Hyperboa.

Nonetheless, despite our Asian origin, Hungarians are more European than Serbs, as I outlined in this post

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/serbia/TSC4N...

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#29 Apr 4, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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It is true that we came from Asia, but so did Indo-Europeans, including Serbs.
http://lukferi2.webs.com/migration%20of%20ser...
You should read something about the origin of Serbs
Pliny the Younger in his work Plinii Caecilii Secundi Historia naturalis from the first century AD (69-75) mentioned people named Serbi,[3] who lived near the Cimmerians, presumably on the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
In the 2nd century (around 175 AD), the Egyptian scientist Claudius Ptolemy mentioned in his Geography people named Serboi or Sirboi,[3] who presumably lived behind the Caucasus, in the hinterland of the Caspian Sea.
In the 10th century, Byzantine emperor Constantine VII Porphyrogennetos (912-959) mentioned in his book De Ceremoniis, apart from the Slavic Croats and Serbs, there were two tribes named Krevatades (Krevatas) and Sarban (Sarbani), which some researches identified as Croats and Serbs. These tribes were located in the Caucasus near the river Terek, between Alania and Tsanaria.[4][5][6][7] The Sarban tribe in the Caucasus in the 10th century was also recorded by an Arab geographer.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origin_of_the_Se...
As you can see, we both have Asian origins.
The difference is, we take pride on ours, and admit it, while you pretend that it isn't true, and that Serbs are descended from Nordic Germanic space aliens from Hyperboa.
Nonetheless, despite our Asian origin, Hungarians are more European than Serbs, as I outlined in this post
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/serbia/TSC4N...
F*ck off Lesbian Gypsy Hun. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roma_in_Hungary
Then look at this compared to last. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roma_in_Serbia
THERE ARE FAR MORE GYPSIES IN HUNGARY THAN IN SERBIA. This is probably because Hungary is more Asian, too.

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#30 Apr 4, 2013
Whats also funny is compared to that wikipedia article, Roma is the largest minority in Hungary.

Since: Sep 12

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#31 Apr 4, 2013
TheRebel44 wrote:
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F*ck off Lesbian Gypsy Hun. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roma_in_Hungary
Then look at this compared to last. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roma_in_Serbia
THERE ARE FAR MORE GYPSIES IN HUNGARY THAN IN SERBIA. This is probably because Hungary is more Asian, too.
This is because Gypsies in Serbia were assimilated. Most of the Gypsies in Serbia are simply Serbs today. You mixed with them. I am sure you have buckets of Gypsy blood sloshing about inside you.

While in Hungary they were not assimilated, and remained ostracized from society. If we started mixing and breeding with Gypsies like the Serbs, the number of Gypsies would also start to decrease.
yep

Slovenia

#32 Apr 4, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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This is because Gypsies in Serbia were assimilated. Most of the Gypsies in Serbia are simply Serbs today. You mixed with them. I am sure you have buckets of Gypsy blood sloshing about inside you.
While in Hungary they were not assimilated, and remained ostracized from society. If we started mixing and breeding with Gypsies like the Serbs, the number of Gypsies would also start to decrease.
In this case Serb dna would be Gypsy however Serbian dna is not Gypsy

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#33 Apr 4, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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This is because Gypsies in Serbia were assimilated. Most of the Gypsies in Serbia are simply Serbs today. You mixed with them. I am sure you have buckets of Gypsy blood sloshing about inside you.
While in Hungary they were not assimilated, and remained ostracized from society. If we started mixing and breeding with Gypsies like the Serbs, the number of Gypsies would also start to decrease.
Uhm I don't think so Gypsy Hun. Direct me to a link about Serb Assimilation with Roma and I might believe you.

And The facts are the facts, stop trying to hide it. Hungary has many more Gypsies.:) its Gypsyland over there.

Since: Sep 12

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#34 Apr 4, 2013
TheRebel44 wrote:
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Gypsy Lesbian Hun is jelly of Serb culture.
Why would I be "jelly" of this?

Since: Sep 12

In your mind.

#35 Apr 4, 2013
TheRebel44 wrote:
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Uhm I don't think so Gypsy Hun. Direct me to a link about Serb Assimilation with Roma and I might believe you.
And The facts are the facts, stop trying to hide it. Hungary has many more Gypsies.:) its Gypsyland over there.
Serbs are much darker than their neigbours, I have even seen many Turks who were lighter than your average Serb. Sometimes it is difficult to tell the difference between a Cigo and a Serv.

Once again, Servians mixed and assimilated their Gypsies. You have Gypsy blood sloshing about inside you. Admit it. That will be the first step towards your mental recovery.

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#36 Apr 4, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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Both Serbs, Pakis and Gypsies are Indo-Europeans, you share the same origin, and your langauges are distantly related.
Hungarians, Turkics, Mongols on the other hand do not have a common origin with Gypsies, Pakistanis.
The Indo European arc would include languages stretching from India in the east to Ireland in the west, not counting the nations that formed from colonies around the world. Gaelic, Iranian, German, Greek, Slavic and Latin belong to that broad family.

As for gypsies or romas, they are a presence in Europe that keep to themselves mostly and have nothing to do with Serbs. There are more of them in Hungary in any case.

I have nothing against individual Jews, but speaking demographics, Jews have always been more prominent in central Europe than the Balkans. In fact, let us consider something in relation to the Hungarians.

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#37 Apr 4, 2013
The Hungarian Jewish connection.

I have also noted TRM seems to always make note of the Jews in relation to politics and people’s he does not like. Suspiciously a little too much as in his Post 6 when he backed another low life racist called ‘Christian’.

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/serbia/TAQ6J...

Ironic when you consider that the Magyars have at least some Jewish background to them.
Let me explain about the Hungarians and the Kabar connection.

Now we know that Slavs settled Vojvodina in the 6th Century, which would have included Serbian components, this is several centuries before the Magyars drifted in to the scene. Another Uralic Altaic branch that had also taken up Judaism amalgamated themselves with the Magyars.

‘In the village of &#268;elarevo archaeologists have also found traces of people who practised the Judaic religion. Bunardži&#263; dated Avar-Bulgar graves excavated in &#268;elarevo, containing skulls with Mongolian features and Judaic symbols, to the late 8th and 9th centuries. Erdely and Vilkhnovich consider the graves to belong to the Kabars who eventually broke ties with the Khazar Empire between the 830s and 862 (Three other Khazar tribes joined the Magyars and took part in the Magyar conquest of the Carpathian basin including what is now Vojvodina in 895-907).’

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vojvodina

‘The three Kabar tribes accompanied the Magyar invasion of Pannonia and the subsequent formation of the Principality of Hungary in the late 9th century’

‘The origin of the name Hungary is believed to originate from the Utigur Bulgar tribal confederacy named On-Ogur,(meaning "ten" Ogurs)(comparable to Tokuz-Oguz (meaning "nine" Oguz)), who ruled the territory of Hungary prior to the arrival of the Magyars’

‘Many Kabars settled in the Bihar region of the later Kingdom of Hungary and Transylvania. Some historians believe the character recorded by Gesta Hungarorum as lord Marot and his grandson Menumorut, dux of Biharia, were of Kabar descent[citation needed]. One of the names on the Kievian Letter is "Kiabar", which may suggest that Kabars settled in Kiev as well. At least some Kabars were of Jewish faith; others may have been Christians, Muslims or shamanists.’

‘The Kabars eventually assimilated into the general Hungarian population, leaving scattered remains and some cultural and linguistic imprints. Some scholars believe that the Székely are their descendants’

One of the few surviving relics of the Kabars, an inscription found in Romania known as the ‘ Alsozentmihaly Rovas insciption’ has the following ‘Jüedi Kür Karaite." or "Jüedi Kür the Karaite’

In other words the modern Hungarians are descended from diverse peoples including Germans, Slavs, Vlahs, Magyars, Turks and a part Jewish element.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabars
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Slovenia

#38 Apr 4, 2013
TheRealMagyar wrote:
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Huns and Kurbats are much darker than their neigbours, I have even seen many Turks who were lighter than your average Hun. Sometimes it is difficult to tell the difference between a Cigo and a Hun.
Once again, Hun mixed and assimilated their Gypsies. You have Gypsy blood sloshing about inside you. Admit it. That will be the first step towards your mental recovery.
+ hunnic asian blood

Since: Sep 12

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#39 Apr 4, 2013
Strahd wrote:
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Jews, but speaking demographics, Jews have always been more prominent in central Europe than the Balkans.
Because people ran AWAY from the Balkan, into Hungary, just like all those Serbs who ran to Hungary from between the 14th century and 18th century, Jews also preferred to go to a safer, more prosperous, more civilized place than some barbaric servian backwater.

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#40 Apr 4, 2013
Now here is the thing. If the Hungarians want to identify themselves as Magyars they will also need to identify themselves as Kabars. In other words a part Magyar and part Judaic heritage since many from the tribe of Judah settles amongst a section of the Khazars to influence them and form the Kabar who in turn settled and mixed with the Magyars.

How much relevance does this have on the racially diverse Hungarians of today ? Not much, but it is interesting to note that if Hungarians insist on a Turanian legacy of sorts that they must acknowledge the Judaic Kabars.

The Turks, even though they are mixed Anatolians, and the Eurasian Turk Mongol people are the only ones that have a right to claim a purely Turanian legacy. With Hungarians the Magyar heritage became a partly Judaic one, at least in the early period, and that was helped create the basis of the first Hungarian nation.

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