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Offline Lamed

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"KOSOVO LIBERATION ARMY"
« on: September 14, 2007, 05:35:31 AM »
So called KLA who was unfortunately supported by western powers and especially USA (during the Clinton administration) is nothing but a classic terrorist organisation which includes (as its members) the most vicious criminals,drug dealer's & smugglers,murders and sex trafficking bosses.Albanian mafia was and still is connected with this terrorist organisation.
If USA continues to support independence of so called "Kosovo" (correct term is Kosovo and Metohija) it will make a colossal mistake and inflict a catastrophic blow to Serbs and Serbia and seriously endanger the international law system.


UCK in quotations

"Ten years ago we were arming and equipping the worst elements of the Mujahadeen in Afghanistan - drug traffickers, arms smugglers, anti-American terrorists…Now we're doing the same thing with the KLA, which is tied in with every known middle and far eastern drug cartel. Interpol, Europol, and nearly every European intelligence and counter-narcotics agency has files open on drug syndicates that lead right to the KLA, and right to Albanian gangs in this country."
former DEA agent and author Michael Levine
Quoted in the New American Magazine, May 24, 1999


"[The] United States of America and the Kosovo Liberation Army stand for the same human values and principles ... Fighting for the KLA is fighting for human rights and American values."
Senator Jo. Lieberman, quoted in the 'Washington Post', 28 April 1999

"American intelligence agents have admitted they helped to train the Kosovo Liberation Army before NATO’s bombing of Yugoslavia".
Tom Walker and Aiden Laverty, ‚ÄėCIA Aided Kosovo Guerrilla Army‚Äô, Sunday Times, 12 March 2000


About "KLA":
http://www.kosovo.net/kla2.html
« Last Edit: September 14, 2007, 05:41:46 AM by Lamed »
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Kosovo is Serbia

My objective - Free Kosovo from albanian muslim occupation & Defend the Holy Land

Offline Serbian Cetnik (Ň°umadinac)

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Re: "KOSOVO LIBERATION ARMY"
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2007, 02:38:46 PM »
It would be ironic if the Serbs who revolt against the siptars call their army "Kosovo Liberation Army" hahahha because that is actually what they would be doing. the siptars could call their "kosovo harassment army"

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Re: "KOSOVO LIBERATION ARMY"
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2007, 04:28:51 PM »
NAZIALBANIANS call Serbian Kosovo Polje: "kosova"...
which means absolutely NOTHING in NAZIALBANIAN !!!
How ironic.
How pityful.

 ::)

KOSOVO POLJE

means,

in Serbian:

Field of the black birds
(a species of crow, in fact,
but I do not know the english name of it).

 :)

"HUSSARORUM ALIAS RACOW"
"Hussar alias Rac (Serb)"

http://www.myarmoury.com/feature_hussars.html
"Hussar or gussar originally meant "a robber" in Serbian. These horsemen served not only under the Polish and Lithuanian colors but also under those of the Holy Roman Emperor;"
http://www.husaria.jest.pl/rys.html
"Bardzo prawdopodobne, że początek swego istnienia husarze zawdzięczają Serbom. Po klęsce na Kosowym Polu w roku 1389 wszędzie szukali okazji do pomsty na Turkach.
Jan Długosz zapisał pod rokiem 1463, że w bitwie nad Sawą bił się Cohors Raczanorum (oddział Rac√≥w - Serb√≥w). Po śmierci kr√≥la Macieja Korwina Serbowie udali się do Polski, aby kontynuować walkę z Turkami po usarsku."
http://www.angelfire.com/mi4/polcrt/WingedHussar.html
"The hussar concept began in Serbia, near the end of the 14th century. In the 16th century, painted wings or winged claws began to appear on cavalry shields. Wings were originally attached to the saddle and later to the back. In 1645, Col. Szczodrowski was said to have used ostrich wings.
In 1500, the Polish Treasury books make reference to hussars. Early on, they were foreign mercenaries, and were called Racowie from "Rascia" a word meaning "of Serbia." They came from the Serbian state of Ras."
http://www.fanaticus.org/DBA/armiesofthefanatici/DarrenBuxbaum/LaterSerbs/
"Serbian Gussars"
http://ac.bondurand.com/liste332.htm
"Les serbes avaient reconnu la n√©cessit√© d'une cavalerie l√©g√®re, (...) ils d√©velopp√®rent leur propre cavalerie l√©g√®re, les GUSARS ou USARS, d'o√Ļ sont venus les hussards."
http://www.armae.com/contemporain/144epeesetdagues.htm
"Originaires de Serbie, les hussards furent des cavaliers d'élite, connus surtout en Hongrie puis en France, et imités par la suite partout en Europe."
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1b772/a9330/
"The area around the present Zorinsk (Ukrainia) belonged to the Serb Hussar Major Vuyich at the end of the 18th century."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arsenije_III
" Arsenije III (...) was inaugurating new Serb infantry and hussar regiments that were sent to the ongoing war."
http://www.gatago.com/pl/sci/historia/19850502.html
"Jan Długosz pod rokiem 1463 napisał, że w bitwie nad Sawą, biły się
"Cohors Raczanorum" / Początki husarii w bitwie na Kulikowym Polu
w 1389 r."
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