Debunking Famous Albanian Myths
Dr Milan Sufflay

Australia

#1177 Oct 25, 2013

Since: Mar 13

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#1178 Oct 25, 2013
C'mon Geoff, is this all their is to siptars. For sht's sake, we Serbs bust a gut in researching information and providing so many interesting full feature length posts and all I am getting back from siptars is the same primitive crap.

Help me out here cause I am really getting worried that you guys are the lowest denominator in terms of European civilisation, or lack of.

Since: Mar 13

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#1179 Oct 25, 2013
Et tu zaccaria. You albo's just can't help yourselves.

So those small bunkers above are used by siptar as toilets and home in one. is that it ? o.k. Probably reminds them of the tents they lived in until recently.
Karolcik

Prague, Czech Republic

#1180 Oct 25, 2013
Strahd wrote:
Yeah, remember wasting time sending links on the Serbian medieval legacy with appropriate text and all, look at the above posts, and when it was time for the Albanians to do the same.........nothing.
For Albanian contributions just look at the primitive trollin on the other threads.
Imagine how criminal and primitive a people that their representatives on this forum are garbage like 'prishtina', blimey and sudens.
Prishtina, Blimey, Stern....well, I think that of those three only Prishtina is out of touch with reality, while Blimey and even Stern are normal somewhere deep inside. I once debunked Stern as being in fact relatively normal. It also depends on whether you are prepared to have some understanding for their background, national identity and demands. More specifically, I guess that Stern des Sudens - if shown some respect and some understanding for the Albanian cause - would deintensify his vocabulary. I don't know, may be I'm wrong. But so far, no attempt has been made in this regard.

Since: Mar 13

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#1181 Oct 25, 2013
Karolcik wrote:
<quoted text>
Prishtina, Blimey, Stern....well, I think that of those three only Prishtina is out of touch with reality, while Blimey and even Stern are normal somewhere deep inside. I once debunked Stern as being in fact relatively normal. It also depends on whether you are prepared to have some understanding for their background, national identity and demands. More specifically, I guess that Stern des Sudens - if shown some respect and some understanding for the Albanian cause - would deintensify his vocabulary. I don't know, may be I'm wrong. But so far, no attempt has been made in this regard.
You did this once before to the chagrin of a few posters. You realise you are not helping yourself playing the apologist for two of the most vile and disgusting trolls on this forum, who have insulted and poster posters and their families in the lowest animal manner possible, not to mention incessant vilification of the Serbs, namely that of the garbage called blimey and sudens
lol

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#1182 Oct 25, 2013
awesome thread
lol

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#1183 Oct 25, 2013
Good thread

Since: Mar 13

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#1184 Oct 25, 2013
Yeah, I really like this thread too.
el salvador

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#1185 Oct 26, 2013
Great thread

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#1186 Oct 26, 2013
There is no genetic proof for an ancient Balkan priority as far as shiptars are concerned. In fact, the Balkan Slavs have more of a genetic relationship to the ancient inhabitants of the region, but like I said before and on other threads, as far as I can see these ancient people are of very little consequence to the populations of modern Europe for the most part.

The Adriatic coast was not part of the primitive home of the Albanians, note that the maritime terminology is not shiptar, but is borrowed from different languages.

The most ancient loanwords from Latin in Albanian have the phonetic form of eastern Balkan Latin, i.e. of proto Rumanian, and not of western Balkan Latin, i.e. of old Dalmatian Latin. Albanian, therefore, did not take its borrowings from Vulgar Latin as spoken in Illyria.

Another indication against local Albanian origin is the insignificant number of ancient Hellenic loanwords in Albanian. If the primitive home of the Albanians had been Albania itself, then the Albanian language would have to have many more ancient Hellenic loanwords due to the colonies

Fact is, the Albanians have spoken a language that was little written. There is a little of everything in it, yet it resembles nothing else in the form of a language, all it has borrowed from Turkish, Latin and Slavic, and has lost its original form. Every foreign word introduced became promptly ‘Albanian’ that its origin could not be readily suspected.

Shiptars are natural born thieves, attempting to appropriate everything around them, not just material, also trying to poach the legacies of the Greeks and Serbs because their filthy little primitive minds cannot create, imagine and ascend above that of the stone age Neanderthal, possessed of a vulgar and criminal disposition.

If it could be said that humanity is falling into entropy then the shiptars are one of the worst aspects of that condition since they are amongst the most criminal types in Europe that still practise a form of tribal vendettas between their ugly kind, having customs and practises more suited to the medival Caucuses.

These are basic facts that cannot be countered.

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#1187 Oct 26, 2013
Strahd wrote:
There is no genetic proof for an ancient Balkan priority as far as shiptars are concerned. In fact, the Balkan Slavs have more of a genetic relationship to the ancient inhabitants of the region, but like I said before and on other threads, as far as I can see these ancient people are of very little consequence to the populations of modern Europe for the most part.
The Adriatic coast was not part of the primitive home of the Albanians, note that the maritime terminology is not shiptar, but is borrowed from different languages.
The most ancient loanwords from Latin in Albanian have the phonetic form of eastern Balkan Latin, i.e. of proto Rumanian, and not of western Balkan Latin, i.e. of old Dalmatian Latin. Albanian, therefore, did not take its borrowings from Vulgar Latin as spoken in Illyria.
Another indication against local Albanian origin is the insignificant number of ancient Hellenic loanwords in Albanian. If the primitive home of the Albanians had been Albania itself, then the Albanian language would have to have many more ancient Hellenic loanwords due to the colonies
Fact is, the Albanians have spoken a language that was little written. There is a little of everything in it, yet it resembles nothing else in the form of a language, all it has borrowed from Turkish, Latin and Slavic, and has lost its original form. Every foreign word introduced became promptly ‘Albanian’ that its origin could not be readily suspected.
Shiptars are natural born thieves, attempting to appropriate everything around them, not just material, also trying to poach the legacies of the Greeks and Serbs because their filthy little primitive minds cannot create, imagine and ascend above that of the stone age Neanderthal, possessed of a vulgar and criminal disposition.
If it could be said that humanity is falling into entropy then the shiptars are one of the worst aspects of that condition since they are amongst the most criminal types in Europe that still practise a form of tribal vendettas between their ugly kind, having customs and practises more suited to the medival Caucuses.
These are basic facts that cannot be countered.
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Servia's sea lost illusions.....

Since: Mar 13

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#1191 Oct 27, 2013
It seems that Albanian history is built on fantasy given the fact that they have nothing to be proud of, wether we are talking about their modern siptar condition or their past.
Servoslaves

United States

#1192 Oct 27, 2013
Strahd wrote:
It seems that Albanian history is built on fantasy given the fact that they have nothing to be proud of, wether we are talking about their modern siptar condition or their past.
your servoslave personal perception about any history is a mere perception which does not count at all in any academic circles, except in the servoslave circle which is built around myths and fictions since 1389.
lol

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#1194 Oct 27, 2013
Strahd wrote:
It seems that Albanian history is built on fantasy given the fact that they have nothing to be proud of, wether we are talking about their modern siptar condition or their past.
correct
justice5

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#1195 Oct 28, 2013
albanian dont have history
justice5

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#1196 Oct 28, 2013
albanians don't have history at all
Servoslaves

United States

#1197 Oct 28, 2013
justice5 wrote:
albanians don't have history at all
you are psychotic
Meteora

Jacksonville, FL

#1198 Jan 16, 2014
krajina-warrior wrote:
The first President of Greece was an Albanian, 1824
http://www.macedoniantruth.org/2009/03/31/the...
The Koundouriotis family, which produced the first President of the Greek Republic, was Albanian, like many of Idra's early settlers, who fled here from the Turks in the 15th century. Despite popular mistrust of the Albanians today in the face of a new wave of immigration, elements of Albania have penetrated into Greek culture: the foustanella or kilt that's a part of the formal attire of Greek soldiers is based on Albanian fighting gear, and is sometimes referred to as the "Albanian kilt:"
Wrong. Scholars have proven that the foustanella was already used in Greece before Shqiptars arrived in the area. It was most likely derived from the ancient Greek "chiton". You Shqpitars need to stop trying to claim their neighbors history and culture for your own. It really makes you look bad.

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

Since: Mar 13

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#1199 Jul 14, 2014
In reply to the gibbering idiot Teddy

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

Unlike you I have a life so not much time at the moment, but I will be adding a little extra here on the actual backgrounds of the Kosovo Albanians, who they really are, and why Albania does not want them for the most part.

Later

Since: Jul 13

Genova, Italy

#1200 Jul 15, 2014
Meteora wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong. Scholars have proven that the foustanella was already used in Greece before Shqiptars arrived in the area. It was most likely derived from the ancient Greek "chiton". You Shqpitars need to stop trying to claim their neighbors history and culture for your own. It really makes you look bad.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fustanella
http://i15.servimg.com/u/f15/13/95/49/70/book...

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