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Noobkiller2
Noobkiller2 Jan 31 2015, 7:14am says:

I'm half-slav...
So that means i could join?

Я полу-славян
Значет я могу войти?

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Cookiestealer
Cookiestealer Jan 31 2015, 2:00pm replied:

Why not? Come in, bro :D

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Noobkiller2
Noobkiller2 Jan 31 2015, 2:08pm replied:

Спасибо :)

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Slavian
Slavian Feb 5 2015, 9:37pm replied:

НС: Здравей и Добро Дошел ту.

E: Hello and Welcome here.

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Slavian
Slavian Jan 25 2015, 3:47pm says:

This is how Slovakia greeted president Poroshenko in Bratislava.
Ok.ru

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RavenTheKiller
RavenTheKiller Feb 2 2015, 11:16am replied:

Hehehehehe good job.Soon,the fashist line will be broken.The army of Новороссия is one step closer to victory every day.
I feel sorry for some Ukrainians who are actually good people but still fight for the wrong side (Kiev's side).I hope nothing bad happens to them.I just hope the Nazis will finally go down.

Btw,have you seen that legend Syriza in Greece?The guy totally ****** Merkel and the rest of the "4th Reich" off.Greece finally stood up.
I'm just ashamed of what Serbia is doing.

As for my country,I just keep laughing at it.We ain't going anywhere,neither towards Europe,nor towards Russia.God knows what's happening here.There's about 10 000 (or even more,but I hope not) Mujahideens here.But from those 10 000,7 000 were in ISIS for sure.I'm afraid a new stupid war is coming here...

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Slavian
Slavian Feb 3 2015, 10:48pm replied:

Yes, many good people in Ukraine are simply decieved and misled by their own media.
They were pretty much telling them that Russia is preparing an invasion of Europe and that they need help from EU and the US to prevent it - this is what two ukrainians from the western regions told me.

I don't know anything about Syriza in Greece. Tell us.
All I know recently about the Blakans is that Serbia is economicaly in bad shape and Slovenia with Croatia isn't that far behind.

Explain us, why do you think that someone may be interested to wage war in the Balkans. Is the situation in the Balkans between the Moslims and Christians that bad in the Balkans?

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RavenTheKiller
RavenTheKiller Feb 4 2015, 7:11am replied:

About Syriza.The guy just won the elections and he's the president of Greece.I think he's from a socialist party.Anyway,the guy already fixed the worst financial problems in Greece,he also wants EU to pay Greece for some debts (I don't know much about this),and he's leading Greece out of EU.

As for Balkans,the situation was always critical.
Not just between Muslims and Christians,but between Christians themselves.I don't know who or when is he planning to start a war here but Balkans are known because of wars that start every 20 years.Now it's about 20 years since the war in Yugoslavia ended,and things are still critical.I was just looking over the internet few days back and I saw that there are about 10 000 radical islamists here from Arabia,Afghanistan,Pakistan,Turkey,Iran etc.Some documents say there are even more,but I sure as Hell hope there are no more than 10 000.And 10 000 is too much already.

Read this when you get some free time.It's an interesting document. Ashevilletribune.com

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Slavian
Slavian Feb 8 2015, 7:16pm replied:

Here is a fresh article about Al-Qaeda. I know you follow this kind of info since you're closer to Turkey or Syria than us.
According to the article, the al-Qaeda is financed by the Saudi Arabia, supported by some in Israel and we know that they also used to be trained in the US. The circle seems to be complete now.
Consortiumnews.com

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RavenTheKiller
RavenTheKiller Feb 10 2015, 12:58pm replied:

I just had a quick view of this,but I'll read the whole article in a few days when I get some time off.Looks pretty interesting.
But,I don't know,I just can't believe that Israelis actually sided with jihadi groups in Syria...
I mean,it's just that I like the Israelis and that I know they fight the terrorists and radical groups,so I just can't believe what I just read.Maybe it is true,but I really hope it's not.
I know many people talk bad of Israel,but 2 years ago I stayed in Jerusalem for 2 weeks and the people there seem pretty nice.

Well,it's just the matter of time until we see who's really behind the conflicts in Gaza,Ukraine and Syria. (but I think many of us already know who that might be)

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Slavian
Slavian Feb 10 2015, 1:36pm replied:

Yes, the regular people are nice almost everywhere, it's their greedy politicians that don't play straight games.

Raven, I follow that news site for quite some time. It belongs to Robert Parry and his team of reporters. R.P. especially does his work right. He has contacts and he always researches the material regarding his story.
He is a professional, not some "theory" writer.

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RavenTheKiller
RavenTheKiller Feb 10 2015, 5:15pm replied:

That is correct.The politicians ruin the whole picture of the nation they belong to.Except some rules who got eliminated by the US government.


Well,I'll read the article,then I'll express my opinions about it.

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Slavian
Slavian Feb 6 2015, 11:01pm replied:

Someone did his homework on that article.

Well, it confirms what we discussed before about the US sticking their nose into places they don't belong. I just can't believe that people are still trusting the US, despite the US having a long list of screw-up since WWII. Unbelievable.

Second, it confirms what I read about the US and Al-Qaeda from 70's. The CIA trained Osama Bin-Laden in the US and then dispatched him into Afghanistan in the late 70's. His mission was to recruit and train new Al-Qaeda leaders and para-military units in order to cripple the south of USSR. That's why the Soviet Army entered Afghanistan in 1980? - they went to put an end to that.
This also makes the picture I posted on my profile valid.

Everyone in the Balkans either hated Tito or everyone simply conveniently forgot what he was telling you all those years. I cannot believe it's so hard for you guys to communicate down there.
Raven, I hope this new generation of Balkan Slavs is less hateful.
That article kind of shows that the Balkans don't seem to be even close to just start talks about any unification.

May Peace be with you, my brother.

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RavenTheKiller
RavenTheKiller Feb 7 2015, 4:12am replied:

I don't know why exactly the Soviets went to Afghanistan but my guess is just that - terrorist activity that represents a big threat to the USSR.And until I saw this video I posted I did not know that the USSR were arming one side of Afghanistan too.I thought only the US were arming the whole of Afghanistan to stop the Soviets.

Bin-Laden was just a puppet,like many of these terrorists.And,sadly,after dozens of versions of his death I can say that I honestly don't believe he's dead.I still think he's hiding somewhere in one of those caves of his.It's Americas' fault he's a terrorist so I just say let them clean up their mess if they can.

Balkans are,like we all know,complicated.Especialy the part where I live.The new generations are weird.Instead of making love and going on,they follow their family's ideologies.But there still is hope.The only problem of these new generations is that they always think about that stupid war.And I don't think it's their fault,but their parents'.
The most important thing is that there are people who are standing for the unification.I sure hope it will happen one day.

May peace be with you too brother!

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RavenTheKiller
RavenTheKiller Feb 4 2015, 2:59pm replied:

Correction,my mistake.The guy who won the elections in Greece is Tsipras and he's the premiere of Greece,not the president.

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Slavian
Slavian Feb 6 2015, 10:09pm replied:

Yes, i just read something about Greece.
They are thinking about exiting the EU. I also read something about Greece sueing the EU and the IMF for manipulating Greece into some kind of bad loans or some like that.

I guess there is more to come out of Greece.

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RavenTheKiller
RavenTheKiller Feb 7 2015, 4:03am replied:

Yep,that's exactly it.
Did you see on the news that Obama and the rest of the EU doesn't like Merkel and Germany a lot anymore?Few days ago,she said that Germany is a "machine that runs whole of EU".
The truth came out,but I don't think people will react how they should react on this statement...

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