created by: Vladimir | Mar 26, 2014

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Why Albanians are afraid of Russia ?

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  • They hate Slavs
  • They hate Christians and Orthodox
  • They are afraid of Russians
  • Putin said NATO ripped off Kosovo from Serbs
  • Putin will come armed in Kosovo
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Since: Mar 14

Hungary

#43 Mar 26, 2014
Justice wrote:
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On that map you posted I don't see any of the now extinct Illyrian tribes in Serbian Vojvodina also. Try harder.
Not my problem that you are a retard, so let me educate you.

Before the Roman conquest in the 1st century BC, some of the important tribes that lived in the territory of present-day Vojvodina were: Agatirses, Dacians (Thracian tribes), Amantini, Breuci, Pannonians (Illyrian tribes), and Skordisces (Celtic tribe).

Although the southern and eastern parts of present-day Vojvodina (Syrmia and Banat) were part of the Roman Empire, the north-western parts (Ba&#269;ka) were inhabited and ruled by the Iazyges, an Iranian tribe.

The Huns drove the Romans out of Pannonia after A.D. 395. The rule of the Huns lasted a little over half a century, and the region then became part of the Byzantine Empire. Much of Syrmia was part of the Byzantine province of Pannonia in the 6th century; its capital was Sirmium. The area was later conquered by the Gepids and, for a short time, Sirmium became a capital of the Gepid Kingdom. In 567, the Gepids were defeated by the Avars who established their rule over the region.

Check what it says on my profile: You know I am right.

Now that you have been educated, are you going to start discussing like an adult, or will you keep trolling like a little child?
Justice

Belgrade, Serbia

#44 Mar 26, 2014
Vitez wrote:
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Not my problem that you are a retard, so let me educate you.
Before the Roman conquest in the 1st century BC, some of the important tribes that lived in the territory of present-day Vojvodina were: Agatirses, Dacians (Thracian tribes), Amantini, Breuci, Pannonians (Illyrian tribes), and Skordisces (Celtic tribe).
Although the southern and eastern parts of present-day Vojvodina (Syrmia and Banat) were part of the Roman Empire, the north-western parts (Ba&#269;ka) were inhabited and ruled by the Iazyges, an Iranian tribe.
The Huns drove the Romans out of Pannonia after A.D. 395. The rule of the Huns lasted a little over half a century, and the region then became part of the Byzantine Empire. Much of Syrmia was part of the Byzantine province of Pannonia in the 6th century; its capital was Sirmium. The area was later conquered by the Gepids and, for a short time, Sirmium became a capital of the Gepid Kingdom. In 567, the Gepids were defeated by the Avars who established their rule over the region.
Check what it says on my profile: You know I am right.
Now that you have been educated, are you going to start discussing like an adult, or will you keep trolling like a little child?
You proved nothing except that you are good at copy and paste functions, even low IQs can do that. What are you boasting about.

Since: Mar 14

Hungary

#45 Mar 26, 2014
Justice wrote:
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You proved nothing except that you are good at copy and paste functions, even low IQs can do that. What are you boasting about.
You must have a very high IQ that you can copy and paste maps.

1) I did not mention Vojvodina in this thread. You brought it up in an attempt to deflect from my original post and change topic. Either that, or you are just another lame provocative troll.

2) My friendly advice to you is to bookmark my posts and read them everyday before you go to sleep. Not only will this make you better informed and educated, it will also boost your literacy and comprehension skills. Again, only my friendly advice to you.

Have a nice evening and take care.
Justice

Belgrade, Serbia

#46 Mar 26, 2014
Vitez wrote:
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You must have a very high IQ that you can copy and paste maps.
1) I did not mention Vojvodina in this thread. You brought it up in an attempt to deflect from my original post and change topic. Either that, or you are just another lame provocative troll.
2) My friendly advice to you is to bookmark my posts and read them everyday before you go to sleep. Not only will this make you better informed and educated, it will also boost your literacy and comprehension skills. Again, only my friendly advice to you.
Have a nice evening and take care.
1) Its understandable why you did not mention Vojvodina. However, what you hinted at is a non-existant thing that only you can see such as Magyarország. You are an open book, no metter how hard you try to conceil it.

2) Keep your friendly advices for yourself and take care your ego does not swell and burst one day. Usually the weak ones have a strong ego, makes them think they are strong.
Al-berto

Tirana, Albania

#47 Mar 26, 2014
:) we are not afraid of Russia at all.Actually Russian targets are their ex-dolly who finally understood that does not exist partnering with ex soviet regime, represented today from Puttin.
We like Russians but not Russian megalomany. Neither Russian agresivity especially toward them they call "friends", "brother" etc...

Since: Mar 14

Hungary

#48 Mar 26, 2014
Justice wrote:
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1) Its understandable why you did not mention Vojvodina. However, what you hinted at is a non-existant thing that only you can see such as Magyarország. You are an open book, no metter how hard you try to conceil it.
2) Keep your friendly advices for yourself and take care your ego does not swell and burst one day. Usually the weak ones have a strong ego, makes them think they are strong.
The reason I didnt mention it is because it is absolutely not relevant to this thread.
The reason why you mentioned it is because you wanted to divert and sidetrack from my post, perhaps because you took my mentioning of Muslim collaborators personally.

As for the rest of your rant, about Hungary being "non existing" or whatever, perhaps you should indeed take my advice...ignore it at your own peril, Bre.

Take care and good night, bre.
Justice

Belgrade, Serbia

#50 Mar 26, 2014
Vitez wrote:
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The reason I didnt mention it is because it is absolutely not relevant to this thread.
The reason why you mentioned it is because you wanted to divert and sidetrack from my post, perhaps because you took my mentioning of Muslim collaborators personally.
As for the rest of your rant, about Hungary being "non existing" or whatever, perhaps you should indeed take my advice...ignore it at your own peril, Bre.
Take care and good night, bre.
Go back to your post and check, you mentioned Slav paid soldiers within Ottoman ranks. You had Delvidek in your mind (you're an open book) but such a place does not exist not even in wet dreams of Hogy-Magyarorsak Jobbik people. But even they are more honest and sincere than far-right nationalists in disguise. No, I dont mean you, don't worry. LoL

faszolni - there are 2 meanings, choose whichever one you like :)

Since: Mar 14

Hungary

#51 Mar 26, 2014
Justice wrote:
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Go back to your post and check, you mentioned Slav paid soldiers within Ottoman ranks. You had Delvidek in your mind (you're an open book) but such a place does not exist not even in wet dreams of Hogy-Magyarorsak Jobbik people. But even they are more honest and sincere than far-right nationalists in disguise. No, I dont mean you, don't worry. LoL
faszolni - there are 2 meanings, choose whichever one you like :)
Sounds like somebody had too much rakija this evening, and no I definitely dont mean you, LOL

Btw I never disguised my views, but by the sounds of it you are a Borba 14 fascist troll.
Justice

Belgrade, Serbia

#52 Mar 26, 2014
Vitez wrote:
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Sounds like somebody had too much rakija this evening, and no I definitely dont mean you, LOL
Btw I never disguised my views, but by the sounds of it you are a Borba 14 fascist troll.
You have too many soundss in your head, it might explode just like your ego. What happened to you. Erika said no again so you come here dreaming about Delvidek LoL

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#53 Mar 26, 2014
Nice try to instigate fear and conflict...
(Last night, as I was running across a yonge st intersection, the longest st in the world, yet another Russian lad sprouted out of nowhere asking in Russian why I m running like that with heavy bags,(I had an emergency at home), saying that I m beautiful, asking if I m Russian, gave me a hug, a number and told me to keep amazing, and kept waving in the distance)
:)
albania is Serbian

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#54 Mar 26, 2014
Teddy_ wrote:
The Russians had never helped the Serbs....was Ottoman Empire which conserved the Serbian identity....
By the time Russians and all Serbian 'allies' like France and England had their vision into Balkan region,we suffered only wars....
Serbia was first state in the Balkans free of Ottoman Turkish scum while Albania was under Ottoman Rule until 1912

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#55 Mar 26, 2014
albania is Serbian wrote:
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Serbia was first state in the Balkans free of Ottoman Turkish scum while Albania was under Ottoman Rule until 1912
Bc Albanians were the ottoman rule, who ruled your ass
albania is Serbian

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#56 Mar 26, 2014
EurovisionAL wrote:
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Bc Albanians were the ottoman rule, who ruled your ass
Alvania was ruled by the Ottomans while ALvanian kurvas like you s*cked Ottoman c*cks

Since: Mar 12

Location hidden

#57 Mar 26, 2014
albania is Serbian wrote:
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Alvania was ruled by the Ottomans while ALvanian kurvas like you s*cked Ottoman c*cks
You re in touch with your feminine side. Like to be dominated and whipped by Turks
Manitu

Kursumlija, Serbia

#59 Mar 26, 2014
Alvanians are afraid of everything.
Drina

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#60 Mar 26, 2014
EurovisionAL wrote:
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You re in touch with your feminine side. Like to be dominated and whipped by Turks
Great description for alvos

F*ck off from Serbian forum now

Since: Mar 14

Hungary

#61 Mar 27, 2014
The_Baron wrote:
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Why Hungarians and even Hungarian nationalists support Putin ?
The Hungarian picture inside SAYS ALL:
http://www.hungarianambiance.com/2014/03/crim...
Bela Kovacs, member of European parliament:
"The Crimean referendum is perfectly legitimate"
http://www.hungarianambiance.com/2014/03/jobb...
What is your problem?

"Last week, I visited Moscow at the invitation of Prof. Alexander Dugin who asked me to deliver a lecture at Lomonosov Moscow State University, which titled "Russia and Europe".

Earlier, Prof. Dugin advised to Russian President Vladimir Putin, and now, he is the geo-political adviser of the Chairman of the Russian Parliament.

During my visit, I met several leading Russian politicians and discussed issues regarding Russian-Hungarian relations. I met the President of the Russian parliament's energy policy committee Ivan Dmitrievich Grashow and vice-President Vasily Tarasyuk, who is also the vice-President of the Russian-Hungarian Friendship Group. I also met several other state officials including Foreign Affairs Committee Vice-President Leonid Ivanovich Kalashnikov, two pro-government representatives, Yevgeny Fedorov and Anton Vasilyevich Romanov, as well as the Russian gas industry association's vice-President Alexei Anatolyevich Starikov.

The subject of discussion included energy and economic related issues relevant to bilateral relations, as well as the possibilities of increasing Hungarian exports to Russia and the crisis of the European Union.

After the meetings, I went to the Lomonosov State University Sociology Department and held a presentation, which attended about fifty students and professors. I can say without boasting that my lecture was a big success. I've received a lot of questions after the presentation, and a new invitation as well.

I consider my Moscow trip a major breakthrough because it became clear that the Russian politicians consider Jobbik as a partner. They told me that they read about Jobbik in the press, but because they know the nature of the media, they don't let themselves be influenced by them. My guests seek good relations with all political parties that enjoy the Hungarian people's trust and support including Jobbik. The main criteria for them is the party's foreign policy, they don't intend to interfere with internal matters. We made a major step forward again ...”

In his presentation, Vona called the U.S. a malformed European experiment and the European Union a treacherous organization. According to Vona, Russia is much more European than the former entities, because she preserves her tradition rather than worship money and mass culture. Earlier, the sick Europe conquered America to alleviate its problems, and now, it's America that is doing the same to ease its economic problems.

The party president emphasized that the countries of Europe shouldn't give up their national values and their history. The role of Russia today is to offset the Americanization of Europe.

The Eu's promises were lies, we haven't gained more freedom from joining the European Union instead, they took away our markets, our factories, and filled our store-shelves with western garbage said Vona.

Hungary will have to chose in a few years, will it stick with the EU, join the Eurasian Union or remain independent.
Hvosno

Belgrade, Serbia

#62 Mar 27, 2014
Kosovo is Orthodox Jerusalem so its natural that usurpers of our Jerusalem are afraid.

Since: Mar 14

Hungary

#63 Mar 27, 2014
Hvosno wrote:
Kosovo is Orthodox Jerusalem so its natural that usurpers of our Jerusalem are afraid.
That would be Constantinople/Istanbul.
Hvosno

Belgrade, Serbia

#64 Mar 27, 2014
Kosovo Albanian Shiptars think that they took Kosovo away from Serbia with help of NATO. Now they are afraid Serbia will take it back with help of Russia.

Shiptars only respect mere force, its in their tradition.

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