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It happend in Serbia

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Submitted by Frank Oddersborg (Denmark), Feb 4, 2006 at 18:51

To Armagedon

the line of actions you just described happened up to 1999 in the southern province of Serbia called Kosovo.

When the Serbs started to fight back and tried to kick the Kosovo-Albanians out of their own contry, UN and Nato reacted by occupying the province Kosovo - and gave it to the Kosovo-Albanians (read muslims).

How do I know?

I went there as a part of that Nato force. When I shipped out from Denmark I believed I was doing "the right thing". But after a couple of months in Kosovo dealing with muslims on a daily basis I changed my mind - they behaved gipsyish stealing, lying, hitting and beating in enormous numbers.

I just hope that we are strong enough in Denmark to withstand this.
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