I have received one New York Times article from 1982, titled: WAR OF TERROR BY ALBANIANS IN YUGOSLAVIA STRAINS UNITY. It's strange to read how the media which knew the facts and truth, less than two decades later decided to twist it, turn it upside down, abuse and side with terrorism, with former Nazi forces … Continue reading Kosovo in a NewYorkTimes 1982’s report
(…) It should be emphasized that the Vidovdan commemorations are not celebrations of Serbian military victory over the Turks, for the Serbs were not victorious in the Kosovo Battle. However, it is incorrect, and even malicious, to claim that at Vidovdan commemorations the Serbs “celebrate their defeat in the Kosovo Battle.” Such a statement has … Continue reading Kosovo battle spiritual significance. Ethic Codex of Saint Vid’s day /28. June 1389.
“KOSSOVO—LA VICTOIRE MORALE.” “Hasi not thou heard the curses Lazar spoke On all who should fail him on Kossovo ?— To the traitor may nothing e’er prosper / In his fields may no white wheat e’er ripen r in his vineyards may the red grape fail him I May no child e’er grow up in … Continue reading What do the old history books say about Kosovo
Everyone interested in history (not the most available one and usually forged on Wikipedia), but not in PR Ruder Finn composed pampleths or messed up and written by politically correct mythomaniacal scribomans fairytales, can still find her in the old books. Before modern day inventions, staged massacres, false genocide, forged chemical attacks and NWO globalism … Continue reading Victor Bérard “Heroic Serbia”, 1916.
Serbian military defeat at Kosovo fields in 1389 paved the way for the victory of Christian Europe against Ottoman Islamic tyranny at the gates of Vienna. On the 28th of June in the year 1389, an army of Serbian Christian knights faced off against the invading Ottoman Muslim Turks on the famous and infamous Field … Continue reading The Battle of Kosovo: Defeat or Victory?
Sixty passengers lost their lives and four were wounded during the bombing of the Nis ekspres bus near the village of Luzani. On that occasion NATO warplanes bombed also the ambulance which came to help the victims when one doctor was injured on 1 May 1999. Niš Ekspress bus after NATO shelled it 1 May 1999. … Continue reading BLOODY 1 May, 1999. NATO killed 70 Serbs at Lužani
(...) It should be emphasized that the Vidovdan commemorations are not celebrations of Serbian military victory over the Turks, for the Serbs were not victorious in the Kosovo Battle. However, it is incorrect, and even malicious, to claim that at Vidovdan commemorations the Serbs "celebrate their defeat in the Kosovo Battle." Such a statement … Continue reading Kosovo battle spiritual significance. Ethic Codex of Saint Vid’s day /28. June 1389.