You call me a hypocrite and attack my character, but I dont mind. Part of the price of being outspoken in the way that I am is that the vilest will always make an assault on you.<quoted text>
Why dont you answer my comparisons to Kosovo you idiotic hypocrite?
Once again, more Hungarians in Vojvodina than Serbs in Kosovo, both figures and %.
The second you mention demographics you just shot yourself in the foot.
In this and other niks I have always defended the national sovereignty and integrity of Serbia, including that the Serb regions of Kosovo and Vojvodina should be maintained for all time. That will never change.
You mentioned Jews. As far as Jews are concerned I would be vary of them as I dont believe that the agenda of Zionism is in the interests of the Slav. Some time back I did come across some nationalist Jews that seemed to be critical of Nato policies towards the Serbs, but these Jews had their own motives in relation to Iran and Israel. Also, the Jews, especially those prominent in the Nato power structure helped fck up the Serbs. Strangely enough, even though I welcomed criticism of Croats another part of me, the Slavic part, was disturbed by the rabid anti Croat sentiments. Not that I would waste time feeling sorry for our Slavic Croat cousins after the way they carried on about Serbs here on this forum.
Islam. The confused liberalist policies prevalent in the policies of your EU has created an imbalance, fake Islamic states like Kosovo and BIH, growth of Islam in western Europe, a religious and cultural suicide. Too many Balkanites on this forum are dancing for EU, Nato, Zionists, Muslims and Albanians...just sad.
Ideologically, I consider myself a moderate with some traditional values. I draw my inspiration from the Orthodox Christian spiritual and cultural ideals of the medieval Serbs coupled with some humanist philosophies of the later enlightenment. I reject both the Nationalist Socialist Nazi and Communist philosophies of the 19th and early 20th Century, as well as PC liberalist fascism and see them as two sides of the same coin, failed totalitarian systems of the last era.
You call me slimy due to the fact I try to be civil to posters here, and yes, that does create some type of awkwardness.
For your part you talk about a Greater Hungary, but you havent even worked out what you exactly are or what you believe in. You call yourself Christian, but are not sure if you are Calvinist Protestant or Catholic Hungarian, meshing up some caricatured Magyar or Turanist based on your own two dimensional fantasy wants.
At least I can say with confidence that most Serbs want peace, economic prosperity and respect of their national borders. Not some central European fantasy empire that you chase in your frustrated mind.