An interview with Matteo Caponetti, the representative of European Solidarity Front for Kosovo

29 марта, 2016


Матео Капонети

Matteo Caponetti


European Solidarity Front for Kosovo is an organization founded in 2012 whose members are now young enthusiasts from all over Europe  Germany, Finland, Spain, Poland, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Czech Republic, Italy, Greece, etc.)  Matteo Caponetti and Patrik Vondràk’s idea of concept of national identity in the World was the base and start for this organization. The main goal is to help the Serbs in enclaves in Kosovo and Metochia. Every year there are 2-3 humanitarian missions organized and this year’s took place from 7th to 10th of September, 2015, when European Solidarity Front for Kosovo (ESFK) visited Kosovska Mitrovica, Prizren, Strpce, Velika Hoca and Orahovac. Matteo Caponetti is telling us more about the mission and the ESFK:

I’m responsible for an organization that is called Zenit. It is a political movement in Italy and Belgium, we work in Rome and Bruxelles. But, in the same time, we are also  responsible for a humanity association called ESFK that was founded 3 years ago together with other European friends. That means that we have people who still fight, in the 2015, for the concept of identity in the world. So when we started with this project we thought about this, so we chose to help people that have this feeling. We have a lot of volunteers from all European countries: Finland, Germany, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Italy, Poland and Greece… After one year of work we came here to Belgrade and decided to go to Kosovo for our first official mission. ESFK is not linked with any political party. We have volunteers from all over Europe that have been helping us during this three years to collect money to buy materials that Serbian people in Kosovo need.

…I was there for the first time in 2010 with another association. I had other goals so we built a new humanity association that can involve more young volunteers from all over Europe, from the age  from 20 to 40 years old. The reason why I had chosen this and felt something for this mission is because from the first time that I was here I saw that in Europe exist a people that need help, not only because they are poor, but because they are concerned with identity even this was very difficult. I fell in love immediately because it’s not easy anymore to meet people like this in our western countries. We live in the world where people don’t care about their identities and don’t have feelings for their countries and their nationalities. And this is a dream, to unite humanity help with political fight.

…This year, for example, we were to Prizren to help Milica, the last child that still lives in Prizren and the last student there who goes to school inside the Church of Saint George, so we brought them some materials, books, pens… In Prizren there were 12.000 Serbs and now it is about 30 only. It is very difficult in Prizren, Pristina and maybe Decani because Albanians are still aggressive to the Serbs. It’s not like in Strpce or Kosovska Mitrovica where you can feel the big Serbian community. We were in Orahovac this year and in Velika Hoca. We helped the elementary school in Orahovac, the Kindergarten of Orahovac and Velika Hoca and some families too. Then we visited Strpce again and Brezovica enclave, where we went last year to bring sports equipment. In the past I visited Gorazdevac enclave and, of course, Velika Hoca. Then we were to Decani monastery and met monks there. We visited of course Gazimestan, Kosovska Mitrovica and Pec Patriarchy, Zociste monastery and the monastery of Holy Archangels in Prizren. We came here to visit some holy places of Serbian land, because otherwise you won’t understand why we are there, why we go there and help people there. It is important also to show the history, the culture of this people. It’s the holy land of Serbia so it’s important to understand this.

…For the Serbians, if, for example, guys from Belgrade want to go there, they have to go. It’s their people. They don’t have to support us, they have just to go to bring their solidarity to them!

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An interview with Matteo Caponetti, the representative of European Solidarity Front for Kosovo

We Opposed the Demonization of Serbs

11 фебруара, 2014


Interview with Mick Hume, British author and editor

By Milenko Srećković (Pokret za slobodu)

In 1997 British magazine “LM” published a translation of the article “The picture that fooled the world” by German journalist Thomas Deichmann, where the way in which big media corporation ITN reported on war in Bosnia in 1992 was called into question. In his article Deichmann concluded that ITN’s video record, where strikingly skinny Bosnian Muslim Fikret Alić stands behind barbed wire, was intentionally edited to remind the viewers of Nazi concentration camp. The picture of this malnourished man behind the wire went around the world, was published on the front pages of many world journals and, according to Deichmann, served to equate Serbs with Nazis in the mind of the readers, and to present the entire conflict in paradigmatic, black-and-white manner. Deichmann, by the way, had for the first time opportunity to see the whole unedited ITN’s recording in Hague, where he stayed in 1994 as expert witness before the war crimes tribunal.

ITN corporation denied Deichmann’s claim that it “intentionally” deceived the public by its way of reporting and filed a lawsuit for defamation against “LM” magazine. Since the magazine, not being able to prove the existence of “intent”, lost the trial, the amount of fine it had to pay led to its shutdown. Noam Chomsky has repeatedly pointed out this case as an example of the violation of the freedom of speech and characterized British legislation on defamation as “grotesque” and “absolutely horrible”.

After the shutdown of “LM”, its chief editor Mick Hume became the editor of internet magazine “Spiked. His last book, “There Is No Such Thing As a Free Press – and we need one more than ever”, was praised by Daniel Finkelstein, the executive editor of “The Times”, as “a masterclass in the writing of polemic”. We spoke with Hume about how he looks at this case today.

Milenko Srećković: How did you feel after losing a libel suit brought by ITN and what that made you think about the freedom of expression in your country?

Mick Hume: I was not surprised that we lost. We expected it, although our lawyer won every argument in court, because the UK libel laws are biased against defendants and freedom of expression. As I said to the media on the steps of the Royal Courts of Justice after the trial, “The only thing this case has proved ‘beyond reasonable doubt’ is that the libel laws are a menace to free speech and a disgrace to democracy.”

What was the reaction of the public on the outcome of this court procedure.

We had a lot of support from people who understood and supported the two key principles we were fighting for. First, we were taking a stand for the historic right to freedom of expression. And second, we were challenging the idiotic idea that the Bosnian civil war could be compared to the Nazi Holocaust. That was a dangerous notion which could only diminish the horrors of the past, and distort the conflicts of the present. Without the support of those who sided with LM, we could not have fought the case at all. But we were also bitterly opposed by other liberal intellectuals and journalists, who could not comprehend that we opposed their moral crusade to brand the Serbs as “the new Nazis”. They still cannot understand it and still despise our stand – even many of those who campaign to reform the UK libel laws will say it was right to sue LM! So our case was an important moment in dividing opinion.




Balkanist: In Serbia, the mask slips

31 јануара, 2014



(…) In a long and detailed resignation letter, Radulovic alleged that Vucic and his staff have been directly involved in covering up numerous instances of corruption.

(…) Radulovic was also a supporter of the so-called “white ballot” movement during the 2012 elections that brought Vucic’s Progressive Party (SNS) to power, calling on voters to cast a blank ballot in protest against all political options on offer. He is still non-partisan today. Vucic tapped him for the position of economy minister after a major reshuffling of the government in September.

(…) Vucic, who has been accused of using allegations of crime and corruption to jail opponents and keep other politicians compliant, moved swiftly this time: Earlier today, his Progressive party called for an “urgent investigation” into the “variety of criminal acts” supposedly perpetrated by Radulovic — a minister Vucic selected himself just months ago.

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Полиција упала у стан оснивача Балканиста

20 јануара, 2014

Прошле ноћи два полицајца ушла су у стан мојих пријатеља Срећка Шекељића и Лили Линч, оснивача интернет магазина Балканист. Током последњих пар месеци, од како постоји Балканист, објављено је више текстова који се нису свидели властима у Београду и Приштини, онима који су задужени за спровођење “Бриселског споразума“. Лили Линч је држављанка САД.



Sometime after midnight last night, I awoke to find police officers in my bedroom.

(…) They repeatedly asked me why I was in Serbia. They also asked how long I’d been in Serbia, and when I’d visited Serbia for the first time. They knew details about my personal life; for instance, they asked if my fiance, Srecko Sekeljic, was a journalist too.

(…) The senior officer again asked to see my passport and documents, which I said I needed to find in my file folder that holds all of my important paperwork. At this point they said “nevermind”. As they left, the senior officer said, “Make sure you keep your door closed”.

In recent weeks, we’ve published articles about Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic’s consolidation of power, the crisis in north Kosovo, and the dismissal of several high-ranking Serbian military officials. Perhaps more significantly, we published an article about possible corruption in the Serbian Import and Export Promotion Agency (SIEPA), after receiving hundreds of leaks from the Serbian government’s own servers.

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isti tekst na srpskom:

(…) U članku o agenciji SIEPA, kritički smo se osvrnuli na okolnosti u kojima informacije o visokoj korupciji često “procure” medijima poput Balkanista pre završetka zvanične istrage. Istog dana kada smo objavili taj tekst, isključena nam je struja u stanu. Budući da ostatak zgrade nije imao problema sa električnom energijom, otišli smo u korisnički servis elektrodistribucije da proverimo o čemu se radi. Nakon što su utvrdili da nemamo nikakvih dugovanja, službenici elektrodistribucije su nam se izvinili i rekli da su “greškom” poslali ekipu da nam iseku struju. Pritom su dodali da ćemo električnu energiju ponovo dobiti tek za tri dana.



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Balkanist: Meet Serbia’s Freedom Fight Movement

14 јануара, 2014


Meet Serbia’s Freedom Fight Movement

Last month, members of the organization removed the Serbian Privatization Agency’s plaque as an act of protest against what they call the “systematic destruction of the economy”. Balkanist recently spoke with founder Milenko Sreckovic via email about privatization in Serbia and the movement’s mission to reach out to similar movements around the world.

Osnivači Pokreta za slobodu sa tablom skinutom sa zgrade Agencije za privatizaciju

Osnivači Pokreta za slobodu sa tablom skinutom sa zgrade Agencije za privatizaciju

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Balkanist: The year in bad reporting about the Balkans

28 децембра, 2013


Unfortunately, people continued to get paid to write pieces in “prestigious” newspapers that were utterly nonsensical or factually incorrect in the year 2013. We apologize in advance for the following list.

1) Kati Marton, Bosnia, in Peril Once More”, op-ed in the New York Times

Kati Marton, author of Paris: A Love Story, wife of the late Richard Holbrooke (and therefore a Balkan expert), tells us that Bosnia is about to return to 1992 any day now. She provides a vivid description of traumatizing events taken from the Bosnian War and then cruelly warns readers that it’s all going to happen again. Bosnia can’t help itself from slipping back into its natural state of tribal warfare. The only thing that can save Bosnia now is the United States of America, because Europe is fucking useless. The EU or the UN (or whatever) is an incompetent, inefficient institution of lazy horse-riding European socialists, who’ve unfortunately lost whatever ability they once had to manage colonies.

2) Matthew Parris, “I Don’t Think it’s Over in the Balkans”, in the Spectator

Matthew Parris took a brief trip to the Balkans and believes another war is imminent because young men on a train were smoking cigarettes and ignoring the “no smoking” sign. They also kept closing the train’s windows, undoubtedly destroying what might have been a pleasant, smoke-free breeze on a summery day. These young men didn’t care that Parris had kindly ventured to their obscure little statelets for his summer holiday. One youth even shouted that he hated Tony Blair — a sentiment unheard of anywhere else in the world. With teenagers ignoring basic manners and the “no smoking” sign, soon they may be ignoring moral precepts like “thou shalt not kill”.

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Balkanist: Inside Serbia’s anti-corruption war

23 децембра, 2013


(…) Vucic pursues individuals suspected of corruption by completely circumventing the law: “In the past several months, all potential arrests of businessmen and opposition politicians have been planned at sessions of the party presidency. The party’s top decision-making body resembles Cold War-era UDBA [Yugoslavia’s secret service] meetings. Vucic has usurped all power and removed it from legitimate state institutions.”

(…) “Vucic’s first reaction to my candidacy was rage,” Cvijan told Balkanist in a recent interview at his office in the Serbian parliament building. “He couldn’t believe that anyone would run against him.”

(…) In July 2012, Vucic succeeded in changing the law on the Organization of Security Services, eliminating the requirement that the President’s Chief of Staff serve as the Secretary of the National Security Council. With the law revised, he seized the position for himself. This gave him full controlover all of Serbia’s security agencies, including the notorious BIA, or secret service.

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Interview with UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food

23 децембра, 2013

Freedom Fight Info editor Milenko Srećković talked with the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food Olivier De Schutter for Serbian Daily Politika. Freedom Fight Info presents you that interview in English.

According to the latest figures from the FAO, in 2011-13 a total of 842 million people, or around one in eight people in the world, were estimated to be suffering from chronic hunger and not getting enough food to lead an active life.

Serbian Festival Sydney

19 децембра, 2013

Introducing the Serbian Festival | 15 – 16 Feb 2014 | Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour.

Discover the heart of Serbia by attending the Serbian Festival in Sydney. Infuse yourself with the cultural traditions of this European country and enjoy a weekend of exciting performances, fun activities for the family, music, delicious food, competitions and much much more! 

Australia’s largest Serbian Festival!


Serbian Orthodox Youth Association (SOYA)

FIFA: Take disciplinary proceedings and a monetary penalty against Josip Simunic (personal) and against Croatian national football organization, suspend the Croatian team from Brazil 2014!

2 децембра, 2013



15 новембра, 2013




(…) The democratic process taking place elsewhere in Kosovo was, in the words of the Deputy Foreign Minister, “almost perfect”.

But were they?

(…) However, the high percentage of invalid ballots is far from the most troubling aspect of Kosovo’s allegedly “fair and free” elections. The irregularities we discovered were so extensive that we’ve decided to break this analysis up into a series. We’ll start with what seems to be the most obvious form of electoral fraud we found, and follow up with the less immediately identifiable manipulations in our second installment.

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10 новембра, 2013



(…) A few days ago, we engaged in a rather harsh Twitter exchange with Petrit Selimi, Kosovo’s Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and (until this week) a regular Balkanist reader.

(…) For the first time in history, a “blog” is accused of silencing political power. Why aren’t there any international organizations out there to help politicians who’ve been criticized by blogs? Where is the justice? We reject the “yellow press” accusation Selimi and a few of his followers (as well as supporters of Erdogan, whose police gassed us in Istanbul this summer while we were sitting at a restaurant) lodged at us. We actually think we did the job many people in the government did not do.

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(…) Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his host Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hashim Thaci were able to fan the flames of nationalist discontent, and right before a sensitive election. And Thaci’s plan to maintain his grip on power using Erdogan seems to have worked.

(…) Turkish police under the PM’s command spent the summer spraying anti-government protesters with tear gas and rubber bullets. Five people were killed and another 8,000 were injured. Yet with Kosovo’s elections over, it seemed that nobody in the region would have to worry about the reptilian autocrat from Ankara and his Ottoman fantasies anymore.

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The St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, California

20 октобра, 2013

St. Herman’s Monastery, Platina, Califonia

During the year 2000, Fr. Herman, in failing health, realized the need to rectify their status, and stepped down from his status as their leader. With his departure, the Brotherhood of St. Herman was able to enter the Western American Diocese of the Church of Serbia . Hieromonk Gerasim (Eliel) was elected abbot of the brotherhood, with hieromonk Damascene (Christensen) elected deputy abbot.
In 2009, Fr. Gerasim was canonically transferred to the Orthodox Church in America and began studies at St. Vladimir’s Seminary. Subsequently, Fr. Hilarion (Waas) was elected abbot, a position he retained until May 2013.
Iguman manastira, učenik Serafima Rouza, rođeni Amerikanac

I was born on July 16, 1961, in Torrance, California to Lambert Frank Eliel and Suzanne Jean Eliel (nee Butcher). I was raised on the Palos Verdes Peninsula.  My father, Lambert Frank Eliel, born on September 6, 1930, grew up in the small town of Dillon, Montana. My father moved to Los Angeles in about 1954 and began his graduate work at the University of California at Los Angeles where he met my mother. At that time he was involved in the Episcopal Church.
Monahinje, Amerikanke, u srpskom manastiru u Kalifoniji


Fr. Seraphim Rose

Eugene Rose was born on August 13, 1934, in San Diego , California . His father was Frank Rose, a World War I veteran. Eugene ‘s mother Esther Rose being a businesswoman was also a California artist who specialized in impressionist renderings of Pacific coast scenes. Raised in San Diego , Eugene would remain a Californian for the rest of his life.


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(…) Не следите, наивно, ”лажне пророке” као што је Мића Јовановић и зилоте којих има унутар Православља и Цркве, јер и једни и други немају ”ништа заједничко са истинском вером у Христа”. Узмимо пример оца Серафима Роуза, рођеног Јуџин, Американца из методистичке породице који је примио православну веру и постао свештеник Руске Православне Цркве. Отац Серафим Роуз је био прави припадник new age покрета, био је прави припадник (претеча) хипи генерације. Студирао је философију у Калифорнији, тражио је Истину у будизму, спиритуализму, у источњачким религијама. Научио је кинески језик. Затим упознаје једног Србина и једног Руса, који га упознају са православним хришћанством. Оно што није нашао у протестантизму, у философији и Ничеу, у будизму и осталим источњачким религијама, Јуџин је нашао у Православљу. Зато је зилотизам погрешан, јер зилоти немају разумевање и правилан приступ према људима као што је био млади Јуџин, док је спознавао себе и тражио Бога у спиритуализму и будизму. Oни који немају ”ништа заједничко са истинском вером у Христа” никада не би могли од младог Јуџина да створе оца Серафима Роуза. Да је млади Јуџин упознао неке православне зилоте никада не би постао православни хришћанин.



16 октобра, 2013

Wish You Weren't Here

Welcome to the first edition of “Fascism and the EU”, wherein we track the movements of the far-right political parties that are currently gathering into a single dark storm cloud over the European Union.

With elections for the European Parliament scheduled for May, and several far-right parties uniting in an attempt to determine their outcome, we will be monitoring the events closely, and pledge to inform you if things begin to escalate in the direction of Drang nach Osten.

The trends we observed across the EU included a rise in Euroscepticism, the entrance of once-fringe parties into the political mainstream, rampant Islamophobia, “austerity weariness”, and a fear of Romanians unseen in Europe since Vlad Tepes emerged from a Transylvanian village in the 15th century.

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Balkanist – Балканист

Excellent speech by Swiss member of Parliament Oskar Freysinger

Michael Savage about Hillary Clinton, Susan Rise & Samantha Power

Ethnic cleansing of Serbs from Croatia, August 1995

Kosovo’s PM ‘head of organ ring’

The Soros Summit

Nigel Farage: Greece Under Full Globalist Dictatorship

Triple-A Idiots – Bankers Launch Next Leg Of Planned Economic Collapse


6 октобра, 2013

Cheap flights have encouraged gangs of young men to leave their dismal homeland and terrorize the streets of European cities rich in culture. And now the notoriously drunk British stag party tourist has a new destination in Eastern Europe: The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. What could possibly go wrong?

(…) Stag parties, however, should be kept away from irradiated ghost towns for safety reasons. According to one recent poll, about 10 percent of Brits who’d been on a stag weekend admit to having been arrested while abroad.

(…) However, the region grew popular among the stag do set because it supposedly had an unlimited supply of three things: cheap beer, gorgeous women (who, the guys still hope, cannot resist the charms of Western men), and what Maximise refers to as “high-octane activities” — like driving tanksshooting Kalashnikovs, and now, getting a little cesium-137 and strontium-90 exposure.

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(…) A few weeks ago, I was awakened at around 5 am by men with English accents singing songs with obscene lyrics and vomiting so loudly in the street I could hear it in my bedroom several stories up. When I pulled back the curtains, I saw five visibly intoxicated 30-something men staggering on the sidewalk opposite my apartment. A stag do in Belgrade.

I watched in horror as one gentleman took his iPhone out and began filming his friend who was spewing vomit.

But the more disgusting behavior came from another member of the group, who announced that he was going to “walk all over these cars”. He proceeded to climb on top of a neighbor’s blue Renault, jumping on the car’s roof like it was a trampoline until he created a craterous dent.

I called the cops, then opened the window and shouted that I was going to have them arrested. It was probably my third or fourth extremely negative confrontation with a stag party.

This kind of bad stag behavior, so typical in cities from Prague to Kiev, is particularly interesting given the anti-Eastern European hysteria sweeping Britain right now. As of January 1, 2014, Romanians and Bulgarians will finally be able to travel freely in Europe and the UK like other members of the EU, and work in Britain if they so choose.

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Balkanist – Балканист

28 августа, 2013



When it comes to the Church of Scientology, no fiction could ever trump reality in terms of sheer bizarreness. Perhaps nowhere is this fact more evident than in the revelation that the church had a completely delusional plan to unite the countries of Bulgaria, Greece, Albania, and the entire former Yugoslavia into a single, Scientology-controlled megastate.

(…) No Hollywood screenplay writer could ever imagine the totalitarian nightmare of a Hollywood Holy Land, even if that screenplay writer was a Scientologist (and we all know there are plenty of those). Let’s take a look back at the terrifying, Xenu-fearing dystopia that never was, and breathe a collective sigh of relief that the only terrain Scientology controls today is Hollywood.

Super Power © (Áron Birtalan/

The Bulgravia project was introduced in the early 1990s, when the Church of Scientology and other opportunists of all kinds recognized that the economic and political situation in the Balkan region was extremely fragile, and thus ripe for infiltration and control. But the Bulgravia idea was first mentioned several decades earlier, by charismatic con man and pathological liar, Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. In his policy letter “The Responsibilities of Leaders” dated 1967, Hubbard writes about power: How to wield it, and how to transfer it to a successor. On the latter point, Hubbard believed it was desirable if a departing leader had somewhere to run, preferably somewhere where the authorities are easily bought. As Hubbard instructed:

When you move off a point of power, pay all your obligations on the nail, empower all your friends completely and move off with your pockets full of artillery, potential blackmail on every erstwhile rival, unlimited funds in your private account and the addresses of experienced assassins and go live in Bulgravia and bribe the police.

Nepotism, weapons, blackmail, political rivalries, assassins, and bundles of cash funnelled into personal bank accounts in the Mediterranean: to his credit, LRH was actually pretty accurate in his foretelling of the real life 1990s in “Bulgravia”. Perhaps his successors recognized this, and decided it was time to make the ramblings of their sci-fi messiah an earthly reality.


(…) However, you know that news of this “progress” will be met with disappointment by some of your readers and colleagues. Complaints have already been lodged. Dubrovnik now seems “too polished”. Restaurant menus in some of the region’s hotspots are now “too refined”. Porto Montenegro is “over-manicured”. Its “swanky hotels” are “utterly soulless”. These places have become too European and thus, insufficiently Balkan for adventurous Europeans on bargain vacations.

You should reassure your anxious readers that the region remains quite unpolished and unmanicured in places, and that besides Croatia and Slovenia, it’s unlikely that there will be any new Balkan entrants to the “European family” for at least ten tourist seasons.

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Balkanist is an experimental, bilingual platform featuring politics, analysis, culture, and criticism for a smart international audience underwhelmed by what is currently on offer. Our aim is to provide bold, uncompromising coverage of the Balkan region and everything to its East. We’re entirely independent, and are not affiliated with any organization, company, or institution.

The Clash – „KNOW YOUR RIGHTS“ (Combat Rock)

12 маја, 2013


Excellent speech by Swiss member of Parliament Oskar Freysinger

Michael Savage proves KOSOVO is SERBIA!

Supergroup – “Million Dollar Quartet”

Excellent speech by Swiss member of Parliament Oskar Freysinger

11 маја, 2013


Michael Savage proves KOSOVO is SERBIA!

Michael Savage about Hillary Clinton, Susan Rise & Samantha Power Law and Disorder


Ethnic cleansing of Serbs from Croatia, August 1995

NATO-backed Kosovo government murders Serbs to steal their organs

Kosovo’s PM ‘head of organ ring’

Open Society & al-Qaeda & Kosovo i Metohija

Colombian Soccer Player Reportedly Detained in Saudi Arabia Over Jesus Tattoo

The Muslim “Overtaking” of France

Supergroup – “Million Dollar Quartet”


David Stockman Brings New Meaning To ‘Flawed Economic Analysis’

1 априла, 2013
In a lengthy op-ed for the Sunday New York Times meant to reveal all that’s wrong with today’s economy, David Stockman, while occasionally very right, succeeded most in showing how little the economy would improve were we to adopt his ideas. A relatively short article couldn’t possibly do justice to all the falsehoods within Stockman’s polemic, but this one will try. First up, Stockman predicts that “this latest Wall Street bubble, inflated by an egregious flood of phony money from the Federal Reserve rather than real economic gains, will explode, too.” Let it first be said that on matters monetary Stockman is partially in the right, that the Fed’s quantitative easing measures are an abomination that plainly expose the adolescent thinkers in residence at the world’s foremost central bank.

Supergroup – „Million Dollar Quartet“

24 марта, 2013

„Million Dollar Quartet“ is the name given to recordings made on Tuesday December 4, 1956 in the Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. The recordings were of an impromptu jam session among

Elvis Presley, 

Jerry Lee Lewis,  

Carl Perkins,

and Johnny Cash.  

It was arguably the first supergroup.

„Just A Little Talk With Jesus“

„Jesus Walked That Lonesome Valley“

„Blessed Jesus (Hold My Hand)“

„When God Dips His Love In My Heart“

Survive Food Crisis

21 септембра, 2012

Dear American Patriot,

We`d get prepared to the teeth for the next megadisaster… But here`s our situation now, as you`re reading this:

The USA currently owns 72 million MREs… and a few FEMA Camps across the country. That`s it. 72 million MREs for 313,149,000 Americans! And if that wasn’t enough… they dare LIE to us every single day, saying they have enough supplies to feed the entire country, when the truth is…

America has already lost 40% of rice crops, while almost a third of all corn grown in our country is now used for bio fuel. We are forced to import 1/3 of our food , as our crops are no longer enough to feed the entire population.

When commodity prices skyrocket again — and they will in 3 months time, due to the oil prices going through the roof! – there will be a major crash in food industry, just as economists predicted. Most stores will close and only a few supermarkets will be able to pay for supplies.

One day everything’s fine, the next – you’re on the highway to hell, with your house crashing to pieces – all because of an earthquake. Or a flood. Or even a terrorist attack!

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Michael Savage about Hillary Clinton, Susan Rise & Samantha Power

18 септембра, 2012

Michael Savage about Hillary Clinton, Susan Rise & Samantha Power

September 12, 2012

The Consciousness Beyond Chemtrails

17 септембра, 2012
The Consciousness Beyond Chemtrails conference was a non-profit fundraiser, with the “net proceeds” (proceeds after expenses) going to Morgellons research. Activists in subjects of “conspiratorial theories” consider themselves “awake”. “Awake” is a loosely used term to self-describe someone who sees the matrix and recognize the tyranny. While they may be aware of the actual tyranny, what these “awake activists” aren’t aware of is they are still susceptible to “Social Engineering”. Fellow activists – do not abandon independent research. Do not succumb so easily to the “hive mind”, as this is the deliberate “Social Engineering” that has been targeted against us since the early days of the infamous Tavistock Institute. They continue to steer your thoughts and in return alter your free will.

Special Guest: Cynthia McKinney

Former Congresswoman and Green Party US Presidential Candidate. She was the first African-American woman to represent Georgia in the US Congress.
Why in the World are They Spraying?
Michael J. Murphy Co-Produced by Barry Kolsky is an investigative documentary into one of the many agendas associated with chemtrail/geoengineering programs, „weather control„.
The Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy Is on Your Screen  
By Jonathan Chait

The memorial service for the victims of the Lonmi Marikana platinum mine violence

23 августа, 2012

Memorial service for 44 miners killed during a strike at a platinum mine in Marikana, South Africa.

The Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, Thabo Makgoba, asked: “God, where were you when our children were shot? God, where were you when they were not paid wages they should be paid?

CNN in audience crisis

2 јуна, 2012

Viewers are turning off in droves, lured by brash rivals and popularity of internet news sources

May saw CNN’s average audience fall to 388,000, of which a mere 113,000 are adults in the 25-54 age bracket that advertisers covet.

CNN is losing viewers quicker than rivals. For Fox, comparable figures (1.65m and 319,000) are down just under 10 per cent annually. MSNBC (658,000 and 213,000) is declining by around 20 per cent.

Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who ever lived

16 маја, 2012

Oatmeal published a piece on Tesla

The Soros Summit

15 маја, 2012
Free Beacon exclusive: Inside the secret Miami meeting of George Soros’s liberal conspiracy

Splash News


Argentina sends bill to takeover control of YPF from Spain’s Repsol

17 априла, 2012


Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner sent to Congress a draft bill to expropriate Spain’s Repsol’s holdings of YPF oil and gas company. The announcement was made on Monday at the Government House during a sudden meeting with officials, political leaders, unionists and businessmen.

The draft bill contemplates the expropriation of YPF, Argentina’s biggest company, with the Argentine State holding 51% stake of the 57.43% that Spanish Repsol controls since 1999.

Out of the 51% expropriated, the Executive Power will own 51% which equals to 29.3% of the company’s stake, while Argentina’s 23 provinces plus the Buenos Aires City will own 49% of the 51% expropriated to Repsol, thus owning 28.14% of the company.

Spanish Repsol will so far preserve 6.43% of the company, while 17.09% will remain for trade at Buenos Aires, New York and Madrid stock exchanges. Likewise, the Petersen Group -own by the Ezkenazi family-(and good friends of the Kirchner family) will keep its current 25.46% stake in the company.

The announcement came as the first activity of the President after her arrival from the 6th Summit of the Americas held in Cartagena de Indias in Colombia, where she skipped the closing meeting after reprimanding Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos for not having included Argentina’s sovereignty claim over Falklands/Malvinas and other South Atlantic islands in the summit’s agenda.

President Cristina Fernández argued that the decision to expropriate the majority of shares held by Spanish Repsol came after “witnessing how 17 years after the [1992] privatization of YPF, Argentina became, for the first time, a net importer of oil and gas with a total deficit of over 3 billion dollars.“

Moreover, the Head of State explained that ”in 2011 the oil and gas imports showed a year-on-year increase of 150% having spent over 9 billion dollars, which was almost as much as last year’s trade surplus.”

“We don’t promote nationalizations, but we focus on recovering our resources”, insisted the Argentine president.

Escorted by Vice President Amado Boudou, Cabinet Chief Juan Manuel Abal Medina, and Interior Minister Florencio Randazzo, the Argentine President emphasized that “Energy and hydrocarbons are vital for any country in this world, and we can not afford to let them being managed by private companies.”

The president then went on to list countries that currently hold a control of the energy industry.

The United Arab Emirates control 100% of their oil and gas industry, same with China, Iran, Venezuela, Uruguay, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Malaysia and Egypt among many others. Colombia holds 90% stake, Russia’s Gazprom holds 50% stake, Brazil’s Petrobras 51%. So this is not something we came up with one day and all of the sudden.

Likewise, Cristina Fernandez replied to Spain’s Economy Minister that earlier on Monday indicated that in case of nationalizing Repsol-YPF, Argentina will be definitely sinking in the waters of populism, and remarked that “We do not choose a nationalizing model, but we promote a model focused on recovering the sovereignty of the country’s resources.”

The takeover follows more than two months of government pressure on YPF as Argentine fuel imports surged. The country sought to block YPF dividends and also backed provincial governments’ decisions to revoke 15 oil field licenses.

The government of Cristina Fernandez nationalized the private pensions’ fund holdings of 24 billion dollars and airline Aerolineas Argentinas SA since taking office in 2007.

YPF Amerian depositary receipts tumbled 11% to 19.50 dollars before being halted at 1:30 p.m. in New York. Earlier, they plunged as much as 21%.

YPF output accounted for about 34% of Argentina’s production in 2011, according to energy secretariat data. The company is also the country’s largest fuel retailer and refiner, with about 50% of refining capacity.

Energy demand grew over the past decade as Argentina recovered from a financial crisis that included a record 95 billion dollars default in 2001.

South America’s second-largest economy expanded an average 7.8% since 2003, including 8.9% growth last year.

As economic growth spurred demand for fuel, oil output declined. Since 1999, the year Spain’s Repsol acquired controlling interest in YPF production dropped 32% to 33.2 million cubic meters last year, according to data compiled by the Buenos Aires-based Argentine Oil and Gas Institute.

Angelina Jolie insults rape victims: In the Land of Blood and Honey

26 марта, 2012

Jolie’s debut anti-Serb after all

Angelina Jolie could hardly have chosen a more difficult subject for her directorial debut. „In the Land of Blood and Honey“ focuses on violence against women in the recent and bloody war in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-95).

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(…) Our organization grew out of a grassroots movement that arose in reaction to an omission of Serb victims of the Jasenovac death camp in a Spanish TV program:

Following our first success, we have made it our mission to monitor Anti-Serb hate speech and media bias.

The recent premieres of ”In the Land of Blood and Honey” gave us a long awaited opportunity to analyze it in order to ascertain the truth of allegations of anti-Serb slant.

Using content analysis, we counted the characters appearing in scenes depicting violence and categorized them based on a number of criteria including gender (male, female), role (civilian, soldier), ethical valence (victim, perpetrator), and ethnicity (Muslim, Serb, Croat). We then compared the observed frequencies with available official statistics.

The complete analysis including written and verbal references to violence and additional criteria will follow shortly. However, the preliminary results are sufficiently conclusive:

1. All war criminals are Serbs.
2. None of the civilian victims are Serbs.
3. All civilian victims are Muslims.

Women victims appearing in scenes of "In the Land of Blood and Honey" by nationality    Civilian victims appearing in scenes of "In the Land of Blood and Honey" by nationality    War criminals appearing in scenes of "In the Land of Blood and Honey" by nationality

(…) There is a significant discrepancy between our findings and the facts.

In reality, the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina was a civil war not between two, but three constituent peoples: Muslims (or Bosniaks), Serbs and Croats. All three fought each other, all committed atrocities, including systematic abuse of women, and all fell victim to such atrocities.

Serb women were systematically raped by Muslim and Croat perpetrators in prison camps in Sarajevo, Odžak, Konjic, Kladanj, Dretelj, Bosanski Brod, Visoko, Čelebići, Tarčin, Mostar, and Tuzla, to mention but the most notorious locations.

The regional premiere of ”In the Land of Blood and Honey” was held in the Zetra Centre – one of many Sarajevo camps in which Serb women were detained and raped.

The statistical breakdown of victim numbers and their ethnic background is available only as an estimate. The Sarajevo-based Research and Documentation Center estimated that the Bosnian War resulted in approximately 100,000 victims, 66% of whom were Muslims, 26% Serbs and 8% Croats. The same Center has condemned the claim of 20,000 victims of rape as a “complete exaggeration” and manipulation. In comparison, Jolie asserts that „as many as 50,000 Bosnian women were raped“.

Other reliable research reports a total of 30,700 Serb victims, of which c. 8,500 only in Sarajevo.

Ignoring Serb victims would in itself represent an act of discrimination and disrespect. But Jolie makes this worse by doing nothing to exempt Serb victims from generalized blame, or suggest culpability of the Muslim perpetrators.

According to Jolie, the film was meant to honor the victims of the war. However, it has achieved exactly the opposite – it has discriminated, omitted, vilified and disempowered victims on ethnic grounds.

(…) In the memorable closing scene, the Serb character Daniel repeats: „I’m a war criminal“. He voices a consensus: Serbs are criminals.

This movie clearly shows how deep and dangerous Anti-Serb prejudice is, when it can turn a women’s rights activist into an accomplice in demeaning rape victims.

Fighting this prejudice is a necessary precondition for reconciliation of the Balkan nations, which can be built only on the truth.

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Michael Savage: Was Breitbart assassinated?

1 марта, 2012

Andrew Breitbart, the conservative blogger and journalist, died suddenly on Thursday morning, according to his website Big Journalism. He was 43.

Breitbart came to be well-known for his work with the Drudge Report (he also played an early role with The Huffington Post), and would go on to found the Big Journalism, Big Hollywood and websites. He was also an author, columnist and ubiquitous commentator in the media. Breitbart was an outspoken critic of the mainstream media. He is well-known for revealing the texting scandal that led to the resignation of Congressman Anthony Weiner.

…becoming the first U.S. financial company to be casualty of the European debt crisis…

22 новембра, 2011


The Jon Corzine-led MF Global has filed for bankruptcy after reportedly making bets on European debt for some of the most troubled countries, becoming the first U.S. financial company to be casualty of the European debt crisis. Corzine was formerly the Goldman Sachs chairman and Governor of New Jersey. 

Corzine and his firm wagered $6.3 billion on sovereign European debt in a high-stakes bid to increase profits — an effort apparently approved by the company’s board of directors.

Investigators are now looking at whether the firm diverted money from clients’ accounts to help cover that wager.

The former governor has never been reluctant to put his money on the line. After he was forced out of Goldman Sachs, he spent $62 million of his own cash on his successful senate race in 2000, and another $69 million out of pocket on his two campaigns for governor, in 2005 and in 2009. He buttressed his political support by donated roughly $7 million to Democratic organizations from 1999 to 2009.

And according to fundraising reports released by the Obama campaign, Corzine continues to bring in money for the Democrats, helping raise more than $500,000 for the President’s re-election bid.

Jon Corzine, former Democratic U.S. Senator from New Jersey and former Governor of the state, had been the CEO of the Wall Street firm until Friday. 2 days before, on Wednesday, it was reported that Corzine had lost over 600 million dollars in investors’ money betting on European debt. By Thursday that figure was correctly set at 1.5 billion.

On Friday Corzine resigned.

In the aftermath of the fiasco, MF Global is now the subject of an investigation. Regulators suspect there was ‘insider trading.’


12 новембра, 2011



Los Indignados

23 октобра, 2011
“Nobody expected the  Spanishrevolutio“
The 2011 Spanish protests, also referred to as the 15-M Movement, the Indignants movement or the Spanish revolution
Take The Square was born from the demonstration on May 15, 2011 in Madrid. The demonstration called from the association Democracia Real Ya (Real Democracy Now), was the prelude of a new movement that was about to emerge. Once the demonstration was finished, some of those attending decided spontaneously and independently of the organizers, that a demonstration was not enough, so they decided to camp in the main square of Madrid (Puerta del Sol), thus starting a new project in the history of mankind.
The #15M
The idea of camping in the square 1) as a way of demonstrating against a dominant and oppressive system, lead by a political class working for banks and big corporations and 2) as a way to promote new initiatives of political, social, economical, artistic and cultural organization, generated the concept of “Take the Square”, original and essential sign of the #15M movement. That concept was created in the camp of Madrid (AcampadaSol) and then exported to the rest of the cities of Spain and the world.
You can read a summary about the #15M in the following link:


Vuk Perišić: О Manifestu Pokreta 15. oktobar 

Ocena ustavnosti Zakona o političkim strankama 



Watch out, it’s the Angry Serbian!

15 октобра, 2011

Homemade Serbian Borat

In a weekly videolog on his YouTube channel, a guy calling himself Angry Serbian embodies every possible cliche about Balkan dudes: he’s big, muscled up, wears gold chains and Oakley sunglasses, listens to hip hop and talks street wisdom nonsense mixed up with militant nationalist rants, wrapped up in a heavy Eastern-European accent.

Colombian Soccer Player Reportedly Detained in Saudi Arabia Over Jesus Tattoo

12 октобра, 2011


A soccer player from Colombia reportedly was detained in Saudi Arabia for walking through a mall wearing a sleeveless shirt that revealed his religious tattoos, including one of Jesus.

Juan Pablo Pino, 24, a member of Saudi Arabia’s Al Nasr soccer club, was taken into custody in Riyadh on Friday by Saudi moral police after mall customers complained about the tattoos.

Last year, Romanian soccer player Mirel Radoi of the Al Hilal team drew criticism when he kissed the tattoo of a cross he has on his arm after scoring a goal, the Catholic News Agency reports.

The conservative Muslim country also has faced international condemnation recently for its law banning women from driving. Last month, Saudi King Abdullah, facing global pressure, revoked the sentence of a Saudi woman ordered to receive 10 lashes for driving.

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Marina Abramović: “Measuring the Magic of Mutual Gaze”

10 октобра, 2011




One of the world’s greatest performance artists Marina Abramović talked to RT about her new exhibition which studies the ambiguity of the human soul with the help of up-to-date neuroscience.

Watch RT’s interview with Marina Abramović 

For the first time in history, Russian and American scientists are working together, not against each other,” Abramović told RT. “This is also about interaction between artists and scientists who normally never interact. I believe we will see more of it in the 21st century. We need to find some point of contact where we will be able to explain rationally some phenomena based on intuition, perception, or charismatic state of being.”


The theology of icons

10 октобра, 2011


The Department of Theology and Orthodox Christian Studies program is hosting a noted Serbian artist and professor of the history and theory of art this semester on a Fulbright scholarship.

Davor Džalto, Ph.D., studies contemporary art and how it relates to the theory of personhood in Orthodox Christianity. Additionally, he analyzes the semiotics of medieval religious iconography and contemporary images and how they influence people’s perceptions of reality.

While Džalto is at Fordham, he will collaborate with Aristotle Papanikolaou, Ph.D., associate professor of theology and co-founding director of the Orthodox Christian Studies program.

„The theology department and Orthodox Christian Studies program will be enriched by the presence of an international scholar who is working to relate the Christian tradition to contemporary thought,“ Papanikolaou said.

„We will benefit by hearing about his work and having conversations with him,“ he said. „Hosting Dr. Džalto will facilitate our mission to foster an ongoing dialogue between the Catholic and the Orthodox Christians traditions.“

In addition, Džalto will spend time at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary in Yonkers, N.Y., and the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. He will travel outside New York to give lectures in Chicago and at Indiana University and the University of Oklahoma.

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In addition to studying at Fordham, Davor Džalto, Ph.D., will lecture in Chicago, Indiana and Oklahoma.
Photo by Marie-Christine Fritsch

His current research compares some contemporary theories of image—developed by Jean Baudrillard and Slavoj Žižek—to the theology of icons in Orthodox Christianity.

„There are many interesting points that can be mutually related in both of these conceptualizations of images,“ said Džalto, whose work is influenced mainly by Nikolai Berdyaev and John Zizioulas.

„The theology of icons was developed during the iconoclastic controversy—in the eight and ninth centuries,“ he said. „At that time, a very specific theory of image was formulated, which determined the place of icons in the liturgy as well as their meaning in respect to history and eschatology.

„One of the very fundamental properties of icons is that they represent not ordinary portraits, but ‘eschatological portraits’ of human people. This way, icons change the way we perceive reality and its significance,“ he said.

Džalto pointed out that, in a certain sense, images grew to be more important than actual objects.

„In the ninth century, Patriarch Nicephorus claimed that if we remove images, then the whole world disappears,“ he explained. „The same idea is evident in contemporary theories of image; in Žižek’s words, ‘Images are the reality,’ so if they are removed, there is nothing left.“

According to Džalto, this means that „images must be there to preserve, in some sense, the meaning of the world.“

„It’s remarkable to me how—after so many centuries—we have come again to the point where we think of images as things that are, in some sense, reality—that we can’t approach the reality without images,“ he said.

Founded in 1841, Fordham is the Jesuit University of New York, offering exceptional education distinguished by the Jesuit tradition to more than 15,100 students in its four undergraduate colleges and its six graduate and professional schools. It has residential campuses in the Bronx and Manhattan, a campus in West Harrison, N.Y., the Louis Calder Center Biological Field Station in Armonk, N.Y., and the London Centre at Heythrop College in the United Kingdom.

Petition for the respect of Serbian victims

7 октобра, 2011

When investigating Ustasha crimes, the leading news program of  Spanish television RTVE has completely omitted Serbian victims, even in the enumeration of those killed in Jasenovac concentration camp: „partisans, oppositionists, Jews and Gypsies.“

After a number of individual requests for correction, it is time to send a joint one:

In connection with the omission of Serbian victims in enumeration of those killed in Jasenovac concentration camp in the reportage „The killing of Vicente Perez“, aired on September 9, 2011, in the dual capacity of spectators and descendants of the victims, we demand that RTVE issue a public correction and apology.
Con motivo de la omisión de las victimas serbias al nombrar los exterminados en el campo de concentración Jasenovac en el reportaje „El asesinato de Vicente Pérez“, emitido el 17 de septiembre de 2011, en la doble calidad de espectadores y de descendientes de las víctimas, pedimos a RTVE una rectificación y una disculpa públicas.

Add your signature via the online petition:

Demonstrate that we have matured as a community to confront antiserbism, who knows no bounds for the last two decades, especially in the media.

The request with all our signatures will be forwarded to the television, and the outcome will be posted on the Facebook page:


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The left’s ‘Tea Party’?

5 октобра, 2011

Rich Lowry

In the Occupy Wall Street movement, the left thinks it might have found its own Tea Party. and some unions have embraced the protesters. The left-wing Campaign for America’s Future is featuring them at its conference devoted to reinvigorating progressivism. Liberal pundits have celebrated them — New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof compares them, astonishingly, to Egypt’s demonstrators.

This is either a sign of desperation to find anyone on the left still energized after three years of Hope and Change, or of a lack of standards, or both. The left’s Tea Party is a juvenile rabble, a woolly-headed horde that has been laboring to come up with one concrete demand on the basis of its — in the words of one sympathetic writer — “horizontal, autonomous, leaderless, modified- consensus-based system with roots in anarchist thought.”

(…) Occupy Wall Street is toxic and pathetic, the perfect distillation of an American left in extremis.

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Billionaire financier, hedge fund kingpin and unabashed globalist George Soros has come out publicly and supported the amorphous Occupy Wall Street movement.

The Third Industrial Revolution

29 септембра, 2011

Excerpted from Jeremy Rifkin’s The Third Industrial Revolution: How Lateral Power is Transforming Energy, the Economy, and the World, Palgrave Macmillan 2011.

Energy regimes shape the nature of civilizations… how they are organized, how the fruits of commerce and trade are distributed, how political power is exercised, and how social relations are conducted. The locus of control over energy production and distribution is beginning to tilt from giant fossil fuel based centralized energy companies to millions of small producers, who are generating their own renewable energies in their dwellings and trading surpluses in info-energy commons.

Distributed Capitalism

The new era will bring with it a reorganization of power relationships across every level of society. While the fossil fuel-based First and Second Industrial Revolutions scaled vertically and favored centralized, top-down organizational structures operating in markets, the Third Industrial Revolution is organized nodally, scales laterally, and favors distributed and collaborative business practices that work most effectively in networks. The „democratization of energy“ has profound implications for how we orchestrate the entirety of human life in the coming century. We are entering the era of „Distributed Capitalism.“

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IMF may need billions in extra funding

27 септембра, 2011


Christine Lagarde has signalled that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) may have to tap its members – including Britain – for billions of pounds of extra funding to stem the European debt crisis. 

 The head of the IMF has warned that its $384bn (£248bn) war chest designed as an emergency bail-out fund is inadequate to deliver the scale of the support required by troubled states.

In a document distributed to the IMF steering committee at the weekend, Ms Lagarde said: „The fund’s credibility, and hence effectiveness, rests on its perceived capacity to cope with worst-casescenarios. Our lending capacity of almost $400bn looks comfortable today, but pales in comparison with the potential financing needs of vulnerable countries and crisis bystanders.“


WikiЊуз ЗидStreet




My opinion of Serbia

26 септембра, 2011


Tridesetpetogodišnji Amerikanac Čarls Keter upustio se pre nekog vremena u raspravu sa članovima Fejsbuk grupe „Mrzim Ameriku“. Tada nije ni slutio da će preko te grupe steći brojne prijatelje među građanima Srbije i sada je postao pravi srbofil. Postavio je video zapise na sajtu „Jutjub“ u kojima hvali Srbiju, a na kraju je prešao Atlantik i već tri meseca živi i radi u Zrenjaninu.

WikiЊуз ЗидStreet

25 септембра, 2011

Top executives from a bankrupt California solar energy company (Solyndra) pleaded the Fifth Amendment more than a dozen times Friday in a congressional hearing that went nowhere but gave members the opportunity to pose dozens of questions about the loss of a half billion dollars in government loans.

Silence from the two executives will not stop committee leaders from pursuing their investigation into the $528 million loan Solyndra received from the Energy Department in 2009. Committee leaders said the Obama administration may have violated the law when it restructured Solyndra‘s loan in February in such a way that private investors moved ahead of taxpayers for repayment in case of default.

President Barack Obama will raise money in early October with a Missouri businessman whose company benefited from a $107 million federal tax credit to develop a wind power facility in his state.

Missouri Republican Party executive director Lloyd Smith compared the situation to the Solyndra affair, in which the Obama administration reportedly rushed federal support to a green-energy firm that subsequently collapsed.

“At a time when Barack Obama is under fire for steering hundreds of millions of dollars in stimulus funds to a failed company linked to a major campaign donor, it is stunning that he would come to Missouri and raise money with another recipient of stimulus cash,” Smith said in a statement to POLITICO. “Sadly, Missourians have come to expect this kind of pay-to-play from the Obama administration. November 2012 can’t come soon enough.”

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Local media in New York reports that a large number of Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested this afternoon near Union Square in Lower Manhattan.

Protesters wielding signs that demanded ‘End the Fed’ and other anti-Wall St slogans marched up Fifth Avenue near Union Square on Saturday, drawing a significant police presence and snarling traffic in the neighborhood”

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Kosovo: independent, but a basket case

The economy is dead, corruption is rampant, and Serbia remains hostile

by Richard Warnica
on Wednesday, September 21, 2011

(…) Dobbins, an expert on Western intervention, counts Kosovo as a success. Despite occasional flare-ups, the area is mostly peaceful. But in other ways—most ways, really—Kosovo remains a basket case. The local economy produces “nothing,” says Engjellushe Morina, the executive director of the Kosovar Stability Initiative. The agricultural sector remains stillborn; the nation’s only real export is scrap metal. Official unemployment sits above 40 per cent and most families rely on remittances sent from family abroad to stay afloat. Kosovo also has Europe’s youngest population and the education system has neither the capacity nor the personnel to adequately train them. Those who do go to university rarely find decent work when they finish.

Politically, the situation is, if anything, worse. Kosovars consistently rank their country among the most corrupt in Europe. The political class is dominated by holdovers from the pre-war period, many with alleged ties to criminal groups. The prime minister, Hashim Thaci, was accused late last year of being involved in organ theft during the war in 1999. (He denies the charge.) Other senior officials have been indicted for alleged war crimes committed during the conflict. Just this month a former cabinet minister in Thaci’s government was charged with executing two Serbs during the war. “I’m so cynical about the whole thing,” says Robert Austin, a professor at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and a long-time Kosovo watcher. The nation-building process in Kosovo, he believes, “has been totally botched. We’ve never come up with a method, in any of these places, to actually get the people in power that should be in power.”

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18 септембра, 2011

Nigel Farage: Greece Under Full Globalist Dictatorship

15 септембра, 2011

The Muslim „Overtaking“ of France

9 септембра, 2011


Marco Tosatti


In France there are more Islamic mosques being built, and more frequently, than Catholic churches, and there are more practicing Muslims than practicing Catholics in the country. 

Nearly 150 new mosques are currently being built in France, home to the largest Islamic community in Europe.

The total number of mosques in France has already doubled to exceed 2,000 in the last ten years, according to a research entitled: „Building mosques: the government of Islam in France and Holland.“ The best known French Islamic leader, Dalil Boubakeur, Rector of Great Mosque of Paris recently suggested that the total number of mosques should double, to 4,000, to meet the growing demand.

Instead, the Catholic Church in France has only twenty new churches built in the last ten years, and formally closed more than 60 churches, many of which could become mosques, according to research conducted by the French Catholic daily La Croix.

(…) Muslims in France are asking the Catholic Church for permission to use its empty churches as a tool to solve the traffic problems caused by thousands of Muslims who pray in the street.

(…) The interior minister Claude Guéant told the Muslims of Paris, on August 8, that instead of praying in the streets they can use a disused army barracks. „Praying in the streets is not something acceptable, it must cease.“


Нови народни договор и грађанска држава

Children of Heaven

Зашто Ал Каида и талибани не воле породицу Гадафи?

Мултикултурализам није готов

Припрема се напад на Француску



Неолиберали и талибани

Polemika unutar levice (ateista) oko islamofobije

Iran: Sukob između muslimana i Iranaca

Hidžab, marama kao politika

Повратак у будућност

Bilo jednom u Francuskoj

NATO-backed Kosovo government murders Serbs to steal their organs

Norwegian victims to be rehabilitated at Turkey hotels

Open Society & al-Qaeda & Kosovo i Metohija

Always Look On The Bright Side of Life

What is the Vatican hiding?

Children of Heaven

7 септембра, 2011
Children of Heaven ( Iran ) 
A masterpiece of the Iranian director Majid Majidi. Wonderful story of two children. It is in Farsi with English subtitles.
Part I
Children of Heaven ( Iran ) – Part II


When The Yellow Lemon Blooms

31 августа, 2011

Is the SEC Covering Up Wall Street Crimes?

19 августа, 2011
By Matt Taibbi
Rolling Stone
August 17

(…) That, it now appears, is exactly how the Securities and Exchange Commission has been treating the Wall Street criminals who cratered the global economy a few years back. For the past two decades, according to a whistle-blower at the SEC who recently came forward to Congress, the agency has been systematically destroying records of its preliminary investigations once they are closed. By whitewashing the files of some of the nation’s worst financial criminals, the SEC has kept an entire generation of federal investigators in the dark about past inquiries into insider trading, fraud and market manipulation against companies like Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and AIG. With a few strokes of the keyboard, the evidence gathered during thousands of investigations – „18,000 … including Madoff,“ as one high-ranking SEC official put it during a panicked meeting about the destruction – has apparently disappeared forever into the wormhole of history.

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CrossTalk: Antiwar.RIP

19 августа, 2011

—————————————————————— Law and Disorder


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