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Englands antiserbian actions now and in history

VRS

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Thursday, November 14th. February 2019. UK Ambassador Karen Pierce, at the last session of the UN Security Council, has outlined the interpretation of resolution 1244, under which if something is not expressly prohibited, then the formation of "The Army of Kosovo " is allowed. Friday, October 8. February 2019. Great Britain reiterated the request for the so-called. Kosovo is permanently removed from the United Nations Security Council agenda. Wednesday, August 2018. For the first time in 18 years, a report by the UN Secretary General on the situation on the so-called. Kosovo and the work of Unmika. The Great Britain that is chairing this body's work has not put this issue on the agenda.

November, 2017. Following Surin's decision to withdraw its decision to recognise Kosovo, the UK is drawing an extremely inappropriate and unusual diplomatic move: a protest against Surinamo. Hashim Thaci praises the UK: "Kosovo's independence carries a huge stamp of London." Wednesday, October 8. July 2015. The UK presents the UN Security Council with a proposal for the Srebrenica resolution, which is an attempt to declare Serbia and Republika Srpska the only ones responsible for the atrocities in BiH and to stamp our entire people as genocid.

The rewinding of the chroniclers of a few days could bring us back and the century and a half ago and lead to the ancient "Srebrenica resolution", when far 1876. In the time of the Serbian-Turkish War, Benjamin Dizraeli, the president of the British Government, accused Serbia of leading "a hate and criminal war against all principles of public morality and honour". The Serbian national-liberation battle called the "Serbian conspiracy assisted by the Russian money and Russian soldiers". He looked forward to every Serbian defeat, and in autumn 1877. He suggested to the Austrians to occupy her.

The Srbophobia, which has spent almost two centuries in the heads of the strategist in London, has reported for only one reason--fear that Serbs "are the main cavalry of Russian cosars on hot waters of the Mediterranean". As a result, since the outbreak of the First Serbian uprising, the main direction of British foreign policy was to preserve Turkey's territorial integrity. The Berlin Congress has disabled Serbia's enlargement in the South, and Bosnia and Herzegovina is practically donated to Austria. Members of the British delegation, Lords Russell and Solsbury, in Berlin, treated Serbia as if they were in an open war with her.

The principles of this policy are largely held by the English at the beginning of the 20th century. Century. After the Maysky coup 1903. And the murders of King Alexander Obrenovic, London interrupts diplomatic relations with Belgrade. The boycott lasts for three years: Nikola Pasic with the diplomatic game, pledging that British firms will build a railroad track from Belgrade to the Adriatic, to make the headquarter of the gentlemen off the shores of the Thames. Meanwhile, London has gradually grown to the belief that their main enemy is not Russia, but Germany, and its aggressive foreign, imperial policy in the Balkans. That's how they change their policies towards the Serbian people and his country. Anacxia BiH and the Balkan Wars contributed more positive treatment between Serbia and Serbs in the British political life and the public. Still, its turkophilic policy will continue until Turkey's entry in the First World War, to the side of the central forces in the fall of 1914. Year.

The importance of the Serbian military in the crackdown on the Central Powers was the only reason the English, occasionally, had been "broad hands" and offered Serbia various territorial extensions to the Western Balkans. But it only happened as long as the war lasted and the final outcome was not certain. The end of World War I has made a change in borders, but not a change of world policy relation to the Serbian issue, which, as we see, remains until today.

When the war was under construction, the new creation in the Balkans, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians, was said to be a "fat" account for all the help the Serbian army received. All in all, the Great Britain demanded that it be paid 20 million pounds sterling... This amount was not included in the interest of 5 per cent annually, which is already 1 January. January 1921. Year reached a figure of £1 million.

British claims mostly applied to military equipment and other war materials, delivered to the Serbian Army via France. In Belgrade, they were shocked by this request. There have been major and torteous debates. The Government of the Kingdom of "The Trojan" Nation has consistently proven that the amount reflected in the Great Britain had to be reduced at least for six million pounds! As the lihvers of the Thames were nameless and greedy, it was seen in the account of 187,350 pounds that was delivered for transport of Serbian volunteers from Siberia to Thessaloniki!

Great Britain, at all costs, wanted to come to this money. She did not despise blackmail or threats. So, for some time, it stopped deliveries to Yugoslavia, in goods and materials from Bulgaria, to the name of war damage... Belgrade was forced to 1927. Year, accept all the demands of the UK. An agreement on payment of war debt was signed, with one only relief – to make the final installment at 1988. Year. The collection of war debt was not the only preoccupation of Britain in the newly created kingdom. In all possible ways, it has tried to economically bind Yugoslavia to the banking institutions in London. It establishes a whole range of British companies to exploit the mining treasure and soon, in the economic impact, it suppresses France. With this position, Britain is beginning to get most actively involved in Yugoslav internal politics.

Especially in Croatia's case, it was seen. Everything that has happened in Yugoslavia concerning the Croatian issue has been under the scrutiny of the UK government. Through Professor Seton-Watson, who was important for the connoirer of Balkan opportunities and who nured friendly relations with Croatian champions, it was placed an idea for rearranging the state by creating seven Federative units – Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vojvodina, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro. And the creation of Croatia's Banovina 1939. The year is exclusively the fruit of this circle of British politicians and intelligence.

When compared to the idea of creating seven federal units and a document that was before death, in the British state Archives, he found Dr. Miroslav gigs, an associate of the Balkanology Institute, titled "The basis for politics towards Yugoslavia" of 11. April 1943. Year, then it is much easier to understand Serbia's position in the Yugoslav state after World War II. Then, it can be very easy to see their incredible similarity to the principles of Yugoslav order under the Constitution of 1974. In particular, in terms of constitutional position of Serbia, SAP Vojvodina and SAP Kosova, and the Serbian people in other Yugoslav republics.

When Hitler's Armada nailed the borders of Yugoslavia, the English offered only advice and fighting spirit. Longtime warnings by Prince Paul on the economic expansion of Germany towards Yugoslavia, an appeal for the loan purchase of arms, remained without an echo. London will in the end of the thirties, "out of respect for the Duke of Pavlu, and as a sign of goodwill", he ordered eighty pieces of the job more (and the number 80, so there would be no confusion). At the time, Germans from Yugoslavia buy wheat and dry plum for twice the price they have been on the world market. In Britain, they are all peacefully observed, as they do not respond to Hitler's expansion across Europe until the fall of France.

Europe was trampled into World War II in November 1939. When a question of the background of the assassination of King Alexander in Marseilles was opened in Germany. An English Secret Service was found on the dock bench. In a dozen-page brochure whose title is "Traces of a service". The Germans directly accused the English of being the murder organizers. The reason: unresolved problems with Britain on the concession of lead, zinc and Alexandrov decree restricting English profits. The motives for this kind of Britain's relationship with Serbia and Serbs may be best illustrated by Churchill's contemporary, military historian Lidl Hart, who wrote, "Churchill became big just because he was able to sacrifice entire people for the life of an Englishman, which is a red thread in British foreign policy."
Barbaric bombings of civilian Serbs during ww2, english and american wrote on the bombs Happy Easter, antiserbian monster Tito send thanks to English and Americans:
 

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It looks like English...
 
I actually thought that several international courts and bodies had found that the Serbians had genocide committed on them Srebrenica massacre - Wikipedia
It was the British all along! Who knew!
 
Thursday, November 14th. February 2019. UK Ambassador Karen Pierce, at the last session of the UN Security Council, has outlined the interpretation of resolution 1244, under which if something is not expressly prohibited, then the formation of "The Army of Kosovo " is allowed. Friday, October 8. February 2019. Great Britain reiterated the request for the so-called. Kosovo is permanently removed from the United Nations Security Council agenda. Wednesday, August 2018. For the first time in 18 years, a report by the UN Secretary General on the situation on the so-called. Kosovo and the work of Unmika. The Great Britain that is chairing this body's work has not put this issue on the agenda.

November, 2017. Following Surin's decision to withdraw its decision to recognise Kosovo, the UK is drawing an extremely inappropriate and unusual diplomatic move: a protest against Surinamo. Hashim Thaci praises the UK: "Kosovo's independence carries a huge stamp of London." Wednesday, October 8. July 2015. The UK presents the UN Security Council with a proposal for the Srebrenica resolution, which is an attempt to declare Serbia and Republika Srpska the only ones responsible for the atrocities in BiH and to stamp our entire people as genocid.

The rewinding of the chroniclers of a few days could bring us back and the century and a half ago and lead to the ancient "Srebrenica resolution", when far 1876. In the time of the Serbian-Turkish War, Benjamin Dizraeli, the president of the British Government, accused Serbia of leading "a hate and criminal war against all principles of public morality and honour". The Serbian national-liberation battle called the "Serbian conspiracy assisted by the Russian money and Russian soldiers". He looked forward to every Serbian defeat, and in autumn 1877. He suggested to the Austrians to occupy her.

The Srbophobia, which has spent almost two centuries in the heads of the strategist in London, has reported for only one reason--fear that Serbs "are the main cavalry of Russian cosars on hot waters of the Mediterranean". As a result, since the outbreak of the First Serbian uprising, the main direction of British foreign policy was to preserve Turkey's territorial integrity. The Berlin Congress has disabled Serbia's enlargement in the South, and Bosnia and Herzegovina is practically donated to Austria. Members of the British delegation, Lords Russell and Solsbury, in Berlin, treated Serbia as if they were in an open war with her.

The principles of this policy are largely held by the English at the beginning of the 20th century. Century. After the Maysky coup 1903. And the murders of King Alexander Obrenovic, London interrupts diplomatic relations with Belgrade. The boycott lasts for three years: Nikola Pasic with the diplomatic game, pledging that British firms will build a railroad track from Belgrade to the Adriatic, to make the headquarter of the gentlemen off the shores of the Thames. Meanwhile, London has gradually grown to the belief that their main enemy is not Russia, but Germany, and its aggressive foreign, imperial policy in the Balkans. That's how they change their policies towards the Serbian people and his country. Anacxia BiH and the Balkan Wars contributed more positive treatment between Serbia and Serbs in the British political life and the public. Still, its turkophilic policy will continue until Turkey's entry in the First World War, to the side of the central forces in the fall of 1914. Year.

The importance of the Serbian military in the crackdown on the Central Powers was the only reason the English, occasionally, had been "broad hands" and offered Serbia various territorial extensions to the Western Balkans. But it only happened as long as the war lasted and the final outcome was not certain. The end of World War I has made a change in borders, but not a change of world policy relation to the Serbian issue, which, as we see, remains until today.

When the war was under construction, the new creation in the Balkans, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians, was said to be a "fat" account for all the help the Serbian army received. All in all, the Great Britain demanded that it be paid 20 million pounds sterling... This amount was not included in the interest of 5 per cent annually, which is already 1 January. January 1921. Year reached a figure of £1 million.

British claims mostly applied to military equipment and other war materials, delivered to the Serbian Army via France. In Belgrade, they were shocked by this request. There have been major and torteous debates. The Government of the Kingdom of "The Trojan" Nation has consistently proven that the amount reflected in the Great Britain had to be reduced at least for six million pounds! As the lihvers of the Thames were nameless and greedy, it was seen in the account of 187,350 pounds that was delivered for transport of Serbian volunteers from Siberia to Thessaloniki!

Great Britain, at all costs, wanted to come to this money. She did not despise blackmail or threats. So, for some time, it stopped deliveries to Yugoslavia, in goods and materials from Bulgaria, to the name of war damage... Belgrade was forced to 1927. Year, accept all the demands of the UK. An agreement on payment of war debt was signed, with one only relief – to make the final installment at 1988. Year. The collection of war debt was not the only preoccupation of Britain in the newly created kingdom. In all possible ways, it has tried to economically bind Yugoslavia to the banking institutions in London. It establishes a whole range of British companies to exploit the mining treasure and soon, in the economic impact, it suppresses France. With this position, Britain is beginning to get most actively involved in Yugoslav internal politics.

Especially in Croatia's case, it was seen. Everything that has happened in Yugoslavia concerning the Croatian issue has been under the scrutiny of the UK government. Through Professor Seton-Watson, who was important for the connoirer of Balkan opportunities and who nured friendly relations with Croatian champions, it was placed an idea for rearranging the state by creating seven Federative units – Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vojvodina, Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro. And the creation of Croatia's Banovina 1939. The year is exclusively the fruit of this circle of British politicians and intelligence.

When compared to the idea of creating seven federal units and a document that was before death, in the British state Archives, he found Dr. Miroslav gigs, an associate of the Balkanology Institute, titled "The basis for politics towards Yugoslavia" of 11. April 1943. Year, then it is much easier to understand Serbia's position in the Yugoslav state after World War II. Then, it can be very easy to see their incredible similarity to the principles of Yugoslav order under the Constitution of 1974. In particular, in terms of constitutional position of Serbia, SAP Vojvodina and SAP Kosova, and the Serbian people in other Yugoslav republics.

When Hitler's Armada nailed the borders of Yugoslavia, the English offered only advice and fighting spirit. Longtime warnings by Prince Paul on the economic expansion of Germany towards Yugoslavia, an appeal for the loan purchase of arms, remained without an echo. London will in the end of the thirties, "out of respect for the Duke of Pavlu, and as a sign of goodwill", he ordered eighty pieces of the job more (and the number 80, so there would be no confusion). At the time, Germans from Yugoslavia buy wheat and dry plum for twice the price they have been on the world market. In Britain, they are all peacefully observed, as they do not respond to Hitler's expansion across Europe until the fall of France.

Europe was trampled into World War II in November 1939. When a question of the background of the assassination of King Alexander in Marseilles was opened in Germany. An English Secret Service was found on the dock bench. In a dozen-page brochure whose title is "Traces of a service". The Germans directly accused the English of being the murder organizers. The reason: unresolved problems with Britain on the concession of lead, zinc and Alexandrov decree restricting English profits. The motives for this kind of Britain's relationship with Serbia and Serbs may be best illustrated by Churchill's contemporary, military historian Lidl Hart, who wrote, "Churchill became big just because he was able to sacrifice entire people for the life of an Englishman, which is a red thread in British foreign policy."
Barbaric bombings of civilian Serbs during ww2, english and american wrote on the bombs Happy Easter, antiserbian monster Tito send thanks to English and Americans:
Didn't you have an earlier thread deleted?

VRS. There's a few on here who came across them: Army of Republika Srpska - Wikipedia
 
The OP has an interesting Username. Vojska Republike Srpske. Army of Republika Srpska. Not Vojska Republike Srbije - The Army of the Serb Republic. We are dealing with a Bosnian Serb.
 
Didn't you have an earlier thread deleted?
The OP has a bit of a bee in his/her bonnet. In all their years on the site only 18 posts, all similar sh1t.
 
Thursday, November 14th. February 2019. ........Barbaric bombings of civilian Serbs during ww2, english and american wrote on the bombs Happy Easter, antiserbian monster Tito send thanks to English and Americans:
I went straight to the photo, could see no mention of Tito, which is not surprising as the photo was taken aboard the USS Philippine Sea in 1951.

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Kn@bend!
 
I went straight to the photo, could see no mention of Tito, which is not surprising as the photo was taken aboard the USS Philippine Sea in 1951.

1f6678198970e968100cbcd6ff1bffad.jpg

Kn@bend!
You read all cr@p! Good for you sir! May I enquire if you collect railway steam engine locomotion carriage numbers? ;)
 
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