Comments:Belgrade: demonstration against independent Kosovo escalates into riots

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Hope it won't turn into an other war like Bosnia

  • Today's Serbia has no power. Wake me up when they protest in Pristina. --Kitch - (talk) 23:42, 21 February 2008 (UTC)
    • Not in Pristina certainly, but by looking at the demographic map, it looks like it's bound to be trouble in some parts of Kosovo very soon. 08:49, 22 February 2008 (UTC)

Rowdy drunk European yobs[edit]

What do you expect from a bunch of rowdy drunk euroyobs anyhow? 07:16, 22 February 2008 (UTC)


Some parts of the article are false and they are miss leading! The real and only truth is that president of the Liberal Democratic Party ČEDOMIR JOVANOVIĆ is behind the vandal demonstration and the attacks on 21.02.2008. He and his men are USA and Albanian lobbyists’ and allays! USA government equals EVIL equals VIOLENCE

Serbs Concerned About Kosovars Protecting Minority Rights in Kosovo??[edit]

I read the story line and couldn't decide to get angry or laugh. Of all people...the Serbs worried about minority rights....Is this the same country that just 9 years ago was going about it business in Kosovo doing something called "ethnic cleansing"?? Should I be angry they would declare something as ignorant as this or should I just laugh at a certain level of ignorance on their part or do they actually believe what their government did was correct. As I understand it, Kosovo has about 95% Albanian/Muslim residents. Even our country with Quebec has less then that percentage and if they overwhelmingly voted for independance, we would give it to them. I do not think we would murder and purge the French right out of Canada. The Serbian people who are obviously racist and intolerant, rather then finding a peaceful way to work together with their fellow human beings, need a lesson in tolerance and understanding without the use of military intervention. It is the people including innocent children who suffer, not the politicians. Murder and genocide in line with ethnic cleansing is not the answer. The Serbs should look deep into themselves and seek out forgivness for what happened, rather then continue to generate hate and intolerance. They need to move with the world and seek peace and harmony. Everone would feel good then....  —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 03:15, 16 June 2008 (UTC)