- Feb 14, 2017
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Sorry for what? I don't have nothing against good relationships between US and EU countries. What I don't like is the master-slave relationship which is going on for quite some time. Sorry mate, nothing personal, but anyone who thinks that European countries are totally independent from USA are In heavy denial or ignorance. I would like independent Europe, but with current state I'm afraid that is hardly achievable.http://dailycaller.com/2018/04/24/macron-trump-solidarity-beltrame/
Great Relationship. Sorry Dusaboss.
Give back Vojvodina to the Austro-Hungarian Empire! "Kosovo is Serbia" is such a absurd political slogan used by politicians to stay in power and wash some money. I mean if someone today was giving Kosovo back to Serbia I'm sure we wouldn't know what to do with it. It would be just burden for Serbia.Give back Serbia to Kosovo now!
Well, i suppose NATO-members somewhat are under the pressure to buy American weapons, but i suppose there are reasons for that and those reasons are not "big companies". Of course NATO-members should buy weapons from its allies, and the US is the largest of those allies. On the other hand, the US buys weapons from other NATO-countries too.(...) Every NATO member is mandatory to buy (take) American made weapons. Isn't it? (...)
This vision is a bit twisted... Some European countries decide to purchase American weapons (e.g. F35 fighter), some decide to build their own (Eurofighter, Rafale), some decide to buy weapons from other countries than the US (e.g. HK-416 for the French), and most opt for a combination of all previous options (e.g. Belgium stating they'll buy the F35 and at the same time armoured vehicles of the so-called Programme Scorpion from France).(...) Every NATO member is mandatory to buy (take) American made weapons. Isn't it? (...)
Taiwan why not to Thailand? That way I could at least drink beer with Joe sometimes.A bit to Austria, Hungary, Bosnia, Montenegro and Taiwan... Finito Serbia
Yes, because he already knew that the stage for the Big War in Europe was already set. Anyone who knows a little bit of history knows that war has nothing to do (OK... a little bit) with the situation and events in Balkans. Big powers used that to start war among each other. Guns were already loaded well before assassination of Franz Ferdinand at Sarajevo.The Balkans. Well when I was at college studying Otto von Bismark's ; Gedanken und Erinnerunen, one prescient comment comes to mind. Quote ; "One day the Great European War will come out of some damned foolish thing in the Balkans." He stated this in 1888.
Another quote reference the Balkans ; "Not worth the bones of a single Pomeranian Grenadier !"
We were not part of the Cold War block division, apart from a few years, early after war!(...) Now, I understand that, as an ex-Yugoslavia citizen, my arguments on the post-WW2 situation may not mean much to you since at that time you were on the other side of the iron curtain (even if Tito managed to prevent the Russkyis from being too intrusive). (...)
No one wanted you.We were not part of the Cold War block division, apart from a few years, early after war!
Good one.(...) No one wanted you.