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4nzix
03-16-2005, 08:04 PM
SAJ
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aai.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aah.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aag.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aaj.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aae.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aad.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aac.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aab.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album100/aaa.sized.jpg

Zandarmerija
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album98/aac.sized.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album98/aaa.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album98/aad.sized.jpg

JSO
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album88/aaa.sized.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aac.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aae.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/abk.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aak.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aam.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aai.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/abm.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/abl.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aau.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aav.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aat.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aaq.jpg
http://serbianforces.com/mediac/400_0/media/PICT2001.JPG
http://img.iskon.hr/kl/2001/11/10/0002013v.JPG
http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1345000/images/_1348356_saluteap150.jpg



72nd
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album87/aaf.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album87/aae.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album87/aab.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album87/aah.sized.jpg
http://www.vucjak.com/srpska_vojska/vojnici%20maskirani.jpg
http://www.serbianforces.com/mediac/400_0/media/72~-001.jpg
http://www.onpoi.net/ah/pics/users/377_1104328945_11.jpg
http://www.onpoi.net/ah/pics/users/377_1104329419_soldat20im20schnee.jpg
http://www.onpoi.net/ah/pics/users/377_1083320971_s1.jpg
http://www.onpoi.net/ah/pics/users/377_1083321161_s8.jpg
http://www.club.guns.ru/images/yugo/picture21.jpg


http://www.svetlost.co.yu/arhiva/99/219/219-1.jpg
http://www.b92.net/galerija/pics/2003/03/2895240443e7b1c170eff7166740056.jpg
http://www.vj.yu/img/ilustracije/Struktura/Specjed/scan535.jpg
http://www.znanje.org/i/i22/02iv02/02iv0227/72_htm5.jpg
http://ispec.specwarnet.net/serbia/pics/scan365.jpg
http://ispec.specwarnet.net/serbia/pics/K5.jpg
http://ispec.specwarnet.net/serbia/pics/Hawk.jpg
http://www.63padobranska.co.yu/slike/large_padobranci_vezba2.jpg
http://www.63padobranska.co.yu/slike/KOBRA-03.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album77/aaa.sized.jpg
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album77/aaw.sized.jpg

Onyks
03-16-2005, 08:15 PM
Indeed some very impressive pictures, love that modernized M76 :)

4nzix
03-17-2005, 11:01 PM
There is a video of the SAJ and the JSO units floating around. I will find them soon.

shadower
03-18-2005, 12:08 AM
I did some research on rifle that look like M76 and came across info that it is modified M72 LMG.

SharksRule
03-18-2005, 03:07 AM
I want me one of these. That is a sweet riffle.

I did not see any SDV Dragunova's in the pics.

Shark

http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album98/aad.sized.jpg

Mitch Rapp
03-18-2005, 06:51 AM
4nzix, these pics have bee already posted several times. And you keep posting them on and on... :roll:
Show something new

Zielony
03-18-2005, 08:29 AM
lot of them :) and as you said GREAT hehe..

pozdr

shadower
03-18-2005, 12:50 PM
I want me one of these. That is a sweet riffle.

I did not see any SDV Dragunova's in the pics.

Shark

http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album98/aad.sized.jpg
That is the rifle I am talking about.I never saw SVD in war in Former Yugoslavia not even on TV some other raid they did but again there is version of Zastava with Dragunov like stock and there is Romak.I saw rusian night vision scopes but that can be used with anithing.

shadower
03-18-2005, 12:58 PM
Check this photo VRS soldier with M76 and Russian night vision scope on it.
javascript:popUp('images/VRS%202004%20obojeni.jpg')

Aerosoul
03-18-2005, 01:01 PM
Pretty high-speed airsofters there.

Nah, just kdding. Awesome pics.

shadower
03-18-2005, 01:08 PM
Try here if other link doezn't work.
http://community.webshots.com/scripts/editPhotos.fcgi?action=viewall&albumID=248433242

4nzix
03-18-2005, 10:00 PM
still doesnt work

RSK
03-21-2005, 08:43 PM
http://www.blic.co.yu/arhiva/2003-08-04/slike/hronika_saj_deca.jpg

http://www.politika.co.yu/ilustro/2247/3.jpg

http://www.politika.co.yu/ilustro/2247/3a.jpg

http://www.politika.co.yu/ilustro/2247/3b.jpg

http://www.politika.co.yu/ilustro/2247/3c.jpg

SAJ Kosovo war memorial cross

4nzix
10-27-2005, 07:05 PM
modified M72 LMG, first time I heard of it....


ANyways, since I came back, I posted the SAJ movie on Kazaa....

4nzix
10-27-2005, 07:10 PM
new....since other thread got locked:


http://www.b92.net/galerija/pics/2005/06/65923598742ac8f1a2aec6601009965.jpg

http://www.drecungeo.co.yu/Images/PredNapad.jpg

http://www.63padobranska.co.yu/slike/Terza.jpg

http://www.63padobranska.co.yu/slike/Bekonja.jpg

http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b400/General011/347291574IHOpbf_ph.jpg

http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album200/aal.jpg

4nzix
11-16-2005, 10:50 PM
Holy Crap, I just found these in a bigger format.........

http://img316.imageshack.us/img316/5905/policesrb9gi.jpg
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b400/General011/komandosi2.jpg
http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b400/General011/komandosi.jpg

I_hate_posers
11-17-2005, 08:34 PM
I'm sorry, but what's so impressive about these and what's with all the balaclava'a, are they lazy to cam up? I mean the enemy's they fought in the balkan'a weren't exactly well trained. You had employees from wal-mart and Dairy Queen travelling from North America to fight over there and all of a sudden they're colonel's and major's (probably purchased ranks) and then Nato comes in and pounds the crap out of them. Yeah that's impressive!

RBIH_Troop
11-17-2005, 09:17 PM
Very Kewl, That pic of the guy kicking that board is pretty insane. Hey I always forget to ask, what does SAJ stand for?

Rictor
11-17-2005, 09:35 PM
Odlicne slike.

Lots of Serbian goodness on the boards lately.

DeathForSale
11-17-2005, 11:31 PM
Pozdrav,
Excellent photos delije!

4nzix
11-17-2005, 11:55 PM
I'm sorry, but what's so impressive about these and what's with all the balaclava'a, are they lazy to cam up? I mean the enemy's they fought in the balkan'a weren't exactly well trained. You had employees from wal-mart and Dairy Queen travelling from North America to fight over there and all of a sudden they're colonel's and major's (probably purchased ranks) and then Nato comes in and pounds the crap out of them. Yeah that's impressive!
They also had mujahedin units (Al-Qaeda) who had fist class training and a lot of combat experience.And believe me those people know how to fight.

shadower
11-18-2005, 12:09 AM
Very Kewl, That pic of the guy kicking that board is pretty insane. Hey I always forget to ask, what does SAJ stand for?
"Specijalna Antiteroristicka Jedinica"
Special Antiterorist Unit.

Lokos
11-18-2005, 03:32 AM
You had employees from wal-mart and Dairy Queen travelling from North America to fight over there and all of a sudden they're colonel's and major's

Yeah? Like who, for example?


and then Nato comes in and pounds the crap out of them. Yeah that's impressive!

You know what was REALLY impressive? 72 days of constant, round-the-clock bombardment - over 24,000 sorties - and managing to knock out 10 out of 300 tanks in-theater, less than two dozen artillery pieces and a few APCs. The one F117 shot down cost more than all Serbian military equipment destroyed by NATO.

Lokos

larryzou
11-18-2005, 06:17 AM
Great photos thinks man to post.

Frutzel
11-18-2005, 08:34 AM
http://www.club.guns.ru/images/yugo/picture21.jpg

****ING HELL!!!

gadzook
11-18-2005, 08:48 AM
Yeah? Like who, for example?



You know what was REALLY impressive? 72 days of constant, round-the-clock bombardment - over 24,000 sorties - and managing to knock out 10 out of 300 tanks in-theater, less than two dozen artillery pieces and a few APCs. The one F117 shot down cost more than all Serbian military equipment destroyed by NATO.

Lokos

The Serbs farmed out alot of their military to mercenaries. Both the KLA and the Serbs had mercenaries.

You know what was REALLY impressive?

That no one cares about Serbia before or after all the war crimes committed by the murderers in those photos. Anytime I see Serb photos posted, I don't see professional soldiers...I see mass murdering baby killers. Which is fact.

Lokos
11-18-2005, 12:28 PM
The Serbs farmed out alot of their military to mercenaries. Both the KLA and the Serbs had mercenaries.

You know what was REALLY impressive?

That no one cares about Serbia before or after all the war crimes committed by the murderers in those photos. Anytime I see Serb photos posted, I don't see professional soldiers...I see mass murdering baby killers. Which is fact.

Remember when ibstolidude said you'd be banned for making a remark like this again?

Guess who's getting a transcript of your post by PM.

Oh, and by the way, the first sentence of your post is total trash. Which mercenaries were these, amigo?

Lokos

jipman
11-18-2005, 03:20 PM
The Serbs farmed out alot of their military to mercenaries. Both the KLA and the Serbs had mercenaries.

You know what was REALLY impressive?

That no one cares about Serbia before or after all the war crimes committed by the murderers in those photos. Anytime I see Serb photos posted, I don't see professional soldiers...I see mass murdering baby killers. Which is fact.

Mercenaries, squirrels, transvestites, mushrooms...who cares as long as they do the job!!

V0rkutinetz
11-18-2005, 03:56 PM
Great pics. Spasibo.
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/album98/aad.sized.jpg
Cool hanguars on that SSG.
I want some on mine:)

gadzook
11-18-2005, 07:44 PM
Remember when ibstolidude said you'd be banned for making a remark like this again?

Guess who's getting a transcript of your post by PM.

Oh, and by the way, the first sentence of your post is total trash. Which mercenaries were these, amigo?

Lokos

Both sides used mercenaries. As a "veteran" of said conflict you would know that foreign fighters were used on both sides.

Want to ban me for making factual comments about the genocide of innocent civilians? Fine. Just remember that the history books will view the Serbs of the 1990's the same as the Nazi's of the late 30's and early 40's. With your leaders in prison or hiding under a Serbian rock from justice in The Hague, you cannot deny this.

I have a deep hatred for Nazis, Waffen SS, North Koreans and Serbs. Unwavering hate. Especially those who try and justify the ethnic cleansing of an innocent civilian population.

Lt. James Anderson
11-18-2005, 07:50 PM
Both sides used mercenaries. As a "veteran" of said conflict you would know that foreign fighters were used on both sides.

Want to ban me for making factual comments about the genocide of innocent civilians? Fine. Just remember that the history books will view the Serbs of the 1990's the same as the Nazi's of the late 30's and early 40's. With your leaders in prison or hiding under a Serbian rock from justice in The Hague, you cannot deny this.

I have a deep hatred for Nazis, Waffen SS, North Koreans and Serbs. Unwavering hate. Especially those who try and justify the ethnic cleansing of an innocent civilian population.
2 000 people died in Kosovo conflict ???Hardly a genocide (the meaning of that word might have escaped you).Mujahedeen, Al-Qaeda, drug trafficking, white slave trade etc. Kinda makes me think that Serb fight was a just one and the communist portrayal of Serbs was just that , the communist portrayal of Serb (CNN,BBC etc.).

From the latest reports 85 000 people died in Bosnia ON ALL SIDES (30 000 of them Serbs).Not quite close to what was being reported at the time (250 000 to 500 000 Muslims ??).Where do you see genocide ?

I have a deep hatred for Nazis, Waffen SS, North Koreans and Serbs. Unwavering hate. Especially those who try and justify the ethnic cleansing of an innocent civilian population.
Are you Muslim ?

gadzook
11-18-2005, 08:03 PM
2 000 people died in Kosovo conflict ???Hardly a genocide (the meaning of that word might have escaped you).Mujahedeen, Al-Qaeda, drug trafficking, white slave trade etc. Kinda makes me think that Serb fight was a just one and the communist portrayal of Serbs was just that , the communist portrayal of Serb (CNN,BBC etc.).

From the latest reports 85 000 people died in Bosnia ON ALL SIDES (30 000 of them Serbs).Not quite close to what was being reported at the time (250 000 to 500 000 Muslims ??).Where do you see genocide ?

Are you Muslim ?

The international legal definition of the crime of genocide is found in Articles II and III of the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide.

Article II describes two elements of the crime of genocide:

1) the mental element, meaning the "intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such", and

2) the physical element which includes five acts described in sections a, b, c, d and e. A crime must include both elements to be called "genocide."

a) Killing members of the group;

(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;

(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;

(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.


Serbia was guilty of all 5 of the above.

I'm not Muslim. I'm human. Genocide is wrong no matter who is involved, even if it is a large group of atheist Serbs versus Muslims.

Lt. James Anderson
11-18-2005, 08:10 PM
The international legal definition of the crime of genocide is found in Articles II and III of the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide.

Article II describes two elements of the crime of genocide:

1) the mental element, meaning the "intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such", and

2) the physical element which includes five acts described in sections a, b, c, d and e. A crime must include both elements to be called "genocide."

a) Killing members of the group;

(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;

(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;

(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.


Serbia was guilty of all 5 of the above.

I'm not Muslim. I'm human. Genocide is wrong no matter who is involved, even if it is a large group of atheist Serbs versus Muslims.
How come they didn't succeed ?It is my understanding that Serbs in Bosnia had all that was required to successfully carry out the plan of "genocide".But they didn't.How come ?Maybe that wasn't their goal at all ?Maybe they just defended themselves and their country from islamic takeover ?What role did Osama play in all of it ?How about Iran ?Chechens ?

shadower
11-18-2005, 08:34 PM
Lt.James Anderson welcome to the forum!

4nzix
11-18-2005, 08:41 PM
The international legal definition of the crime of genocide is found in Articles II and III of the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide.

Article II describes two elements of the crime of genocide:

1) the mental element, meaning the "intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such", and

2) the physical element which includes five acts described in sections a, b, c, d and e. A crime must include both elements to be called "genocide."

a) Killing members of the group;

(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;

(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;

(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.


Serbia was guilty of all 5 of the above.

I'm not Muslim. I'm human. Genocide is wrong no matter who is involved, even if it is a large group of atheist Serbs versus Muslims.


You ****ing piece of ****, you show your wisdom, by calling Serbs atheists......






And stay off this thread you ****ing tool.........


I dont want this one to be locked........

Lt. James Anderson
11-18-2005, 08:44 PM
Lt.James Anderson welcome to the forum!

Thank you.

I've been reading these forums but never participated until now.I'm still not sure if it is worth it.Too many wannabes for my taste and people who never served a day in the military.

shadower
11-18-2005, 08:58 PM
Well I was reading it for long time then I saw few discutions that got me angry then I sign in just to say few words there and stayed for lil bit more.

gadzook
11-18-2005, 09:02 PM
How come they didn't succeed ?

Why didnt the Nazis kill all the Jews? Same question, different era.

The Serbs committed so many atrocities over so many years, in so many parts of the former Yugoslavia that it's hard to justify anything that they did.

The Nazis argued that they were just protecting their homeland against the Jews, Gypsies, Slavs, Communists etc....just in the same way that the Serbs used the same excuse to eradicate Muslims.

I find it interesting that so many pro-Serb posters here on this message board will condemn Germans and Third Reich threads, but turn a blind eye to what happened in their own country over the past 15 years. I find that amazing.

Genocide is no justifiable. No matter what you are brainwashed to believe.

gadzook
11-18-2005, 09:06 PM
You ****ing piece of ****, you show your wisdom, by calling Serbs atheists......






And stay off this thread you ****ing tool.........


I dont want this one to be locked........

Serbian Nationalists are atheists. They used the banner of the Orthodox Church as a means to an end.

shadower
11-18-2005, 09:07 PM
Why didnt the Nazis kill all the Jews? Same question, different era.

The Serbs committed so many atrocities over so many years, in so many parts of the former Yugoslavia that it's hard to justify anything that they did.

The Nazis argued that they were just protecting their homeland against the Jews, Gypsies, Slavs, Communists etc....just in the same way that the Serbs used the same excuse to eradicate Muslims.

I find it interesting that so many pro-Serb posters here on this message board will condemn Germans and Third Reich threads, but turn a blind eye to what happened in their own country over the past 15 years. I find that amazing.

Genocide is no justifiable. No matter what you are brainwashed to believe.
Check this video then speak about Serb atrocities!
It may apear GRAPHIC to some people!
Dont mind the start it's bit boring!

http://istina.srpskinacionalisti.com/

4nzix
11-18-2005, 09:08 PM
Gadzook, You're a ****ing idiot............go play on an interstate or something......



and stay off the thread if you dont like it dude.....

Lokos
11-18-2005, 09:36 PM
Both sides used mercenaries.

Give me some examples of these 'mercenaries'. I know there were Greek, Macedonian and Russian volunteers on the Serbian side - they were few in number, and only given money to cover living expenses; ergo they were certainly not 'mercenaries'. On the KLA side, most foreign fighters were there for a) adventure, b) idealism or c) Serbophobia. They had very few professional mercenaries, and most of those were Albanian.


As a "veteran"

Are those quotation marks supposed to infer something?


Want to ban me for making factual comments about the genocide of innocent civilians?

I surely do want you banned. You've stereotyped not only the Serbian soldier, but the Serbian people, too. And you've called me a babykiller twice now. Whatever reason could I possibly have to call for your banning?


I have a deep hatred for Nazis, Waffen SS, North Koreans and Serbs.

I have a deep feeling of not giving a ****.


a) Killing members of the group;

Every side did this, quite obviously - and every side did this to civilians, too.


(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;


Kind of goes hand in hand with the above.


(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;

Look to above.


(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;

When did we do this?


(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

When did we do this?

From your five criteria, three were done by all sides, and two were never done by any. Interesting.


large group of atheist Serbs

I am an atheist Serb. But, I assure you, I am part of a very small minority. Most Serbs are Orthodox Christians of some fanaticism.


Why didnt the Nazis kill all the Jews?

Because they needed a part of that population for slave labour - and still they were well on the way, though. We did not use the Bosnians for slave labour, and never killed them en masse in the camps. Calling this a genocide is a travesty. A total lapse in common sense.


The Serbs committed so many atrocities over so many years

Yes, of course, you're right, we were the only ones to do so. You are such a schmuck, mate.


I find it interesting that so many pro-Serb posters here on this message board will condemn Germans and Third Reich threads, but turn a blind eye to what happened in their own country over the past 15 years. I find that amazing.

I find it amazing that you equate the Third Reich with Serbia and Serbians. That's what I find amazing.


Genocide is no justifiable.

I agree. Except this wasn't genocide.


Serbian Nationalists are atheists.

LOL. You are such a fool.

Lokos

gadzook
11-18-2005, 09:53 PM
Lokos,

It's interesting that you try and defend your country's acts of genocide. You and I have both posted in the past and in agreement on issues regarding the Wehrmacht, SS and the Third Reich. Look through the threads of you care to. You will see that we both agree that posters like Kistune are out of line in their beliefs behind the justification of Nazi aggression in WW2.

My beliefs carry over to the Serbs too. What happened in Bosnia and Kosovo was on the same order of genocide as the Nazis in World War II.

BBC link to genocide bullet points:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/3799937.stm


Reminder: I'm not the one using profanity here. It's childish and makes you look desperate.

Lt. James Anderson
11-18-2005, 10:09 PM
Lokos,

It's interesting that you try and defend your country's acts of genocide. You and I have both posted in the past and in agreement on issues regarding the Wehrmacht, SS and the Third Reich. Look through the threads of you care to. You will see that we both agree that posters like Kistune are out of line in their beliefs behind the justification of Nazi aggression in WW2.

My beliefs carry over to the Serbs too. What happened in Bosnia and Kosovo was on the same order of genocide as the Nazis in World War II.

BBC link to genocide bullet points:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/3799937.stm



Reminder: I'm not the one using profanity here. It's childish and makes you look desperate.
2 000 (many of them Al-Qaeda trained combatants) in Kosovo ?8 000 (again, mostly Al-Qaeda trained combatants) in Bosnia ?Hardly a genocide.

To make it clear, I'm not pro-Serb or anti-Serb but somehow Osama's visits to Bosnia and Kosovo and large presence of Al-Qaeda fighters (thousands) over there makes me think that the Serbs were right.

goldman
11-18-2005, 10:14 PM
2 000 (many of them Al-Qaeda trained combatants) in Kosovo ?8 000 (again, mostly Al-Qaeda trained combatants) in Bosnia ?Hardly a genocide.

To make it clear, I'm not pro-Serb or anti-Serb but somehow Osama's visits to Bosnia and Kosovo and large presence of Al-Qaeda fighters (thousands) over there makes me think that the Serbs were right.

You're kidding right? I sure hope you are....:bash:

Lt. James Anderson
11-18-2005, 10:17 PM
You're kidding right? I sure hope you are....:bash:
No, I'm not.

What do you mean ?

eucalyptus
11-18-2005, 10:45 PM
Pull up the facts about your statements Anderson.

Lt. James Anderson
11-18-2005, 10:50 PM
Pull up the facts about your statements Anderson.
Just google it (I'm too lazy).Use words Al-Qaeda, Bosnia, Kosovo, mujahedeen and you'll get all the facts you need and more.

spale
11-18-2005, 10:53 PM
Why all this guys :fork:

the man just posted some photos.

I_hate_posers
11-18-2005, 11:48 PM
Al-qaida are ****ing chicken **** terrorists and the muj ended up supporting the taliban, anyone who supports this should be shot.

Lokos
11-19-2005, 12:02 AM
My beliefs carry over to the Serbs too. What happened in Bosnia and Kosovo was on the same order of genocide as the Nazis in World War II.

Sure it was. And My Lai means that the Americans were committing genocide in Vietnam, right?


Reminder: I'm not the one using profanity here. It's childish and makes you look desperate.

What profanity? Calling you a 'fool'? That's like saying that water is wet. No profanity in it. Only an implication that you have fewer brain cells than your garden variety amoeba. And what that does is make me look dismissive and aggravated; which I surely am - especially when it comes to fools of your generous caliber.

Or maybe you meant the word 's-h-i-t'. Is it really profane to profess that I don't give a 's-h-i-t' about your loathing for my people? Or did you maybe think that your statement was so thought provoking and emotive it would decapitate all my arguments in one fell vorpal swoop?

I will tell you what is childish, matey: It is childish to label an entire military 'babykillers' and to say you hate 'all Serbs' for the crimes of a tiny minority. That's what's childish. If you don't see that, more power to you. The Darwin Effect will eventually take its course, and I won't have to deal with trash like this any more - at least not from your own good self.

Lokos

goldman
11-19-2005, 12:09 AM
Ugh I think it is time for the mods to wake up and start deleting all Balkan threads.

Lokos
11-19-2005, 12:13 AM
It's actually time for the automatic banning of anyone making comments like gadzook's on perfectly good picture threads.

Hood should clean house one more time.

Lokos

RBIH_Troop
11-19-2005, 12:49 AM
Every side did this, quite obviously - and every side did this to civilians, too.

Yea I don't want to get involved in your little chat, but when it comes to Bosnians killing Civilians that's not true. Sure there were idiots and sick people who killed civilians but not on such a great amount like the Serbian side. Okay that's all I wanted to point out.

Lokos
11-19-2005, 09:09 AM
Yea I don't want to get involved in your little chat, but when it comes to Bosnians killing Civilians that's not true.

I hate to bring this guy up again, but two little words for you, my friend: Naser Oric.


Sure there were idiots and sick people who killed civilians but not on such a great amount like the Serbian side

And now you're flip-flopping. So there WERE killings of civilians - they were just fewer in number - on the Bosnian side?

That actually has no detrimental effect on my argument at ALL. Thanks for sharing.

Lokos

eucalyptus
11-19-2005, 10:05 AM
Just google it (I'm too lazy).Use words Al-Qaeda, Bosnia, Kosovo, mujahedeen and you'll get all the facts you need and more.
oh yeeeah, THOSE websites that proclame the existance of Al-quida training camps in Bosnia. OOOH ok, now I belive you. You win.

Kingswat
11-19-2005, 11:19 AM
Why all this guys :fork:

the man just posted some photos.


Because they're like retarded kids that want the cupcake attached to the battery. They just keep going for it.

Nice pics.



And don't compare the **** over there to WW2, it seems everything is being compared to Hitler and the SS.

I had a crap today, and man it was so bad it was like Hitler and the SS.

Tiki
11-19-2005, 12:02 PM
Ok stop this S**t everytime there is a Balkan thread it always turns like hell well all know the facts in both sides there were "voulenteers" sure there were mujaheedins in Kosovo i have seen them sure it was some ex-speznats soldiers fighting for the serb side c`mon people war is bussines,sure some people live with this kind of bussines.so stop being this sarcastic it`s only bussines
"Evil always prevails even though some good people try to stop it"
Greetings
TIKI

eucalyptus
11-19-2005, 12:15 PM
That wasn´t the point I tried to prove. I was trying to wait for him to say a magic word :)
I liked the pictures alot. Although I have a question, is it only the countries from the east block that have SF exhibitioning their skills in martial arts? And when did Serbia purchuse GP-25, is it going to remove the mortar rifles in army aswell?

DeathForSale
11-19-2005, 12:22 PM
So much crap is being spewed out here it's unbelievable! How many of you have served in Kosovo, it seems like Lokos and Tiki are the only ones who have, and they are the only ones posting stuff that is true.

@ Lokos:
Brate kad si bio u Kosovu?, ja sam bio 15 godina star za vreme rate ali sam pomagao ovima u ambulantima kod Kursumlije, 20km od mog sela. Odsluzijo sam svoj Vojni rok 2004 u Nisu, i proveo sam 6 nedejla u takozvanom "buffer zone"

regards,
DeathForSale

4nzix
11-19-2005, 03:07 PM
Al-qaida are ****ing chicken **** terrorists and the muj ended up supporting the taliban, anyone who supports this should be shot.



True................thats why Albanians were shot at........heheehhehehe

DeathForSale
11-19-2005, 03:21 PM
What is done is done, now we need to concentrate on making sure Kosovo doesn't get independance(which it won't) We have to try and keep our beautiful Kosovo as close to our country as possible. They Shiptars almost managed to steal it from us, but we managed to hold on! And even if they do steal it from us, I have only one thing to say "what goes around comes around!" Again excellent photos!

Lt. James Anderson
11-19-2005, 04:56 PM
oh yeeeah, THOSE websites that proclame the existance of Al-quida training camps in Bosnia. OOOH ok, now I belive you. You win.
Most of the websites that I get my info from are DOD (US military) websites.Also, BBC just recently ran a story about Al-Qaeda training camps in Bosnia.

DeathForSale
11-19-2005, 05:16 PM
Just in the past couple of weeks there has been several news stories run on terrorist activity in Bosnia and terrorists associated with Bosnian muslims.

Hyllus
11-19-2005, 05:23 PM
What is done is done, now we need to concentrate on making sure Kosovo doesn't get independance(which it won't) We have to try and keep our beautiful Kosovo as close to our country as possible. They Shiptars almost managed to steal it from us, but we managed to hold on! And even if they do steal it from us, I have only one thing to say "what goes around comes around!" Again excellent photos!
lol You make the perfect Serbian dreamer.:bash:

It's wierd when I hear Serbs accusing Albanians of stealing land. Let us not forget who were the barbarians that came in the Balkans in the 6th century. Yeah that .... Remember?

And about Kosova? lol we already have it. We just need independece, that's it. btw nobody is going to ask about the Serb position in the Negotiation Table... so have fun dreaming:slap:

DeathForSale
11-19-2005, 05:41 PM
1) It's Kosovo not Kosova
2) You're wain attempt in altering history to suit you're self is typically Albanian and as such has been disregarded.
3) Reality is you probably will get conditional independance at the most.

DeathForSale
11-19-2005, 05:49 PM
Kosovo ‘final status’ talks a cause for concern
Synoeca ^


Posted on 10/27/2005 11:28:11 AM PDT by Alex Marko


Concern within the UN has been growing over anticipated trouble in Kosovo's 'final status' talks. The threat of inter-ethnic violence has been growing with the recent allegations of Ramush Haradinaj (ex-PM indicted on war crimes) support for a new rebel group called the "Kosovo Independence Army" (UPK) who have sprouted up searching cars in the lawless regions of the province. The international body has already ruled out partition along ethnic lines, union with Albania, and autonomy under Serbian rule. This effectively leaves one option only: conditional independence with international peacekeepers enforcing the province's status. Both parties will most likely object to the outcome with 90% of Kosovo demanding full independence and Serbia-Montenegro's leaders outright rejecting separation from its historical birthplace to what it calls ‘Islamic terrorists’.

Tensions within the Albanian community might rise to the point of targeted attacks on NATO officials with the likelihood of spreading violence further into western Macedonia. Similar incidents, like that of the violence in March of 2004, are inevitable with the negotiations looking to run for an extended period of time and Kosovo's inhabitants running short on patience.

Critics argue an independent Kosovo will set a new precedent around the world concerning armed struggles by violent extremists with all eyes on the Russia’s Chechnya province, France’s Corsican island and Turkey’s Kurdish rebel groups. Supporters state that Serbia’s rule was unacceptable and drastic intervention was necessary for the stability of the region.

DeathForSale
11-19-2005, 05:52 PM
"The threat of inter-ethnic violence has been growing with the recent allegations of Ramush Haradinaj (ex-PM indicted on war crimes) support for a new rebel group called the "Kosovo Independence Army" (UPK) who have sprouted up searching cars in the lawless regions of the province."

"This effectively leaves one option only: conditional independence with international peacekeepers enforcing the province's status."

"Tensions within the Albanian community might rise to the point of targeted attacks on NATO officials with the likelihood of spreading violence further into western Macedonia."

"Critics argue an independent Kosovo will set a new precedent around the world concerning armed struggles by violent extremists with all eyes on the Russia’s Chechnya province, France’s Corsican island and Turkey’s Kurdish rebel groups."
This is why you will not get independance especially with France and Russia at the table. So sorry

Teaser
11-19-2005, 05:54 PM
lol You make the perfect Serbian dreamer.:bash:

It's wierd when I hear Serbs accusing Albanians of stealing land. Let us not forget who were the barbarians that came in the Balkans in the 6th century. Yeah that .... Remember?

And about Kosova? lol we already have it. We just need independece, that's it. btw nobody is going to ask about the Serb position in the Negotiation Table... so have fun dreaming:slap:

Dude, just let it go, all it will do is get you banned. I don't like Serbs but the pictures look good. I won't judge the pictures on the soldiers in it but on the picture's itself

eucalyptus
11-19-2005, 05:56 PM
Oh put a sock in it.

edit\ not you Teaser, I didn´t see you post before me.

Lt. James Anderson
11-19-2005, 06:03 PM
When I listen to your truth about Bosnia/Kosovo conflicts it reminds me of Osama's truth about suffering of "poor, inocent Muslims" when he talked about those conflicts.Coincidence or something else ?

eucalyptus
11-19-2005, 06:10 PM
DAMN! Your on to something. *X-file theme song*
Still, noone knows about the GP-25?

Lt. James Anderson
11-19-2005, 06:17 PM
DAMN! Your on to something. *X-file theme song*
Still, noone knows about the GP-25?
NO.Actualy it is quite simple.

I remember listening to Osama's interviews about those conflicts.Then I remembered CNN reports.They resembled each other almost to a letter (Osama made a call to jihad, CNN also made a call to another kind of jihad).How strange (to an untrained eye).

eucalyptus
11-19-2005, 06:24 PM
I don´t get it, what are you trying to say? Is this even relevant to the thread?

Lt. James Anderson
11-19-2005, 07:09 PM
I don´t get it, what are you trying to say? Is this even relevant to the thread?
I said all I had to your kind in Afganistan and Iraq.And they got it, believe me.
If war in Bosnia was still going on I would consider joining the Serb side in fighting a just war against crazy islamo-fascists.

CombatBoots
11-19-2005, 07:12 PM
MAybe I'm tired... But is he even speaking english? :)

3rdMillhouse
11-19-2005, 07:41 PM
f.u.c.k. anymore pics or are you guys planning on fighting this flame war?

eucalyptus
11-19-2005, 07:46 PM
"My kind" ? What is my kind? Where are you from? Also who are "crazy islamo-fascists", also please explain why words such as crazy and fascist fitt in.

RBIH_Troop
11-19-2005, 07:48 PM
I hate to bring this guy up again, but two little words for you, my friend: Naser Oric.

And now you're flip-flopping. So there WERE killings of civilians - they were just fewer in number - on the Bosnian side?

That actually has no detrimental effect on my argument at ALL. Thanks for sharing.

Lokos

As you know at the beginning of the war most of the guns and other things came from mafia people such as Juka. Juka and other mafia and gang members did kill civilians here and there and not only Serbian civilians but also a few Bosnians. But if you would compare Bosnia's Killing Civilians to Serbs it would be like 1 to a Million. Also the Bosnian Army never raped, slaughtered, massacred and did other things such as the Serbian Army did...So Please Stop spreading your little Serbian propaganda because only brain washed idiots believe it.

Lt. James Anderson
11-19-2005, 08:01 PM
"My kind" ? What is my kind? Where are you from? Also who are "crazy islamo-fascists", also please explain why words such as crazy and fascist fitt in.
Islamofascists are islamic crazies who believe that everybody who disagrees with their religion must die, and the ultimate expression of that fate is to kill them.Something like that.

You are Muslim, aren't you (not that I mean anything by it, but I just understand your point of view) ?

eucalyptus
11-19-2005, 08:27 PM
Yes Iam.
If you really seem to belive that the war was started/fought by muslims to create some sort of fundimentalistic state then you are foolish. Drawing parallels to the current situtation in Iraq or Afghanistan is also wrong, I dont see any similarities besides that has US and muslims involved but for different reasons. I do not wish to harm Serbs because of their religion nor old feuds, I simply wish for the guilty of warcrimes to be punished and for my people and country not to be tarnished for what other peoples/countries doings. Nor am I here to seek some sympathy of anyone.
If you think that Bosniaks somehow support terrorists like Osama is ludacris, why would they target the same people that gave them food and protection (I still remember eating the US food rations)? Sure there are exceptions of those with "weak minds" (don´t know the correct term) who can be turned around but more then that I don´t know. More on that ask someone else.

Eucalyptus

Lt. James Anderson
11-19-2005, 08:35 PM
Yes Iam.
If you really seem to belive that the war was started/fought by muslims to create some sort of fundimentalistic state then you are foolish. Drawing parallels to the current situtation in Iraq or Afghanistan is also wrong, I dont see any similarities besides that has US and muslims involved but for different reasons. I do not wish to harm Serbs because of their religion nor old feuds, I simply wish for the guilty of warcrimes to be punished and for my people and country not to be tarnished for what other peoples/countries doings. Nor am I here to seek some sympathy of anyone.
If you think that Bosniaks somehow support terrorists like Osama is ludacris, why would they target the same people that gave them food and protection (I still remember eating the US food rations)? Sure there are exceptions of those with "weak minds" (don´t know the correct term) who can be turned around but more then that I don´t know. More on that ask someone else.

Eucalyptus
I appreciate your answer.

If I can remember corectly the Bosnian war president was a Muslim radical who met with Osama on multiple ocassions (corect me if I'm wrong).The same man spent years in prison prior to war because of his extremist views.

jebirun
11-19-2005, 08:52 PM
is not the reason for being radical muslim or not, the most important things is the serb lost the war... although well armed and train they still cannot match the spirit of fighting the bosnian fighter that are poorly equip...

eucalyptus
11-19-2005, 08:57 PM
Izetbegovic? I do not belive Osama ever visited him, I haven´t seen any facts that he actually traveled there.
_My speculations_
But for him meeting his representatives would be plausable (sp?) because at the time Osama was just a rich kid with alot of money with probable acess to arms. But concidering the arms embargo this would be a lucerative idea to exploit.
Everyone was in jail for different ideas, even the front figures of the opposition that where involved in the war. I don´t know much about his past because I was not all that interested. All I know about him during the war was that he wanted to create a democratic state with all ethnic groups.

Teaser
11-19-2005, 09:55 PM
I appreciate your answer.

If I can remember corectly the Bosnian war president was a Muslim radical who met with Osama on multiple ocassions (corect me if I'm wrong).The same man spent years in prison prior to war because of his extremist views.

roflroflHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHH! LOOOOOOOOOOL! That was a great one! Keep 'em coming! LOL! Yeah that is what the Serbian propaganda teaches huh?

:oops:

Teaser
11-19-2005, 09:57 PM
I appreciate your answer.

If I can remember corectly the Bosnian war president was a Muslim radical who met with Osama on multiple ocassions (corect me if I'm wrong).The same man spent years in prison prior to war because of his extremist views.

roflroflHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHH! LOOOOOOOOOOL! That was a great one! Keep 'em coming! LOL! Yeah that is what the Serbian propaganda teaches huh? Are you American?

:oops:

Teaser
11-19-2005, 10:01 PM
is not the reason for being radical muslim or not, the most important things is the serb lost the war... although well armed and train they still cannot match the spirit of fighting the bosnian fighter that are poorly equip...

Toast to that!!!

Lt. James Anderson
11-19-2005, 10:06 PM
roflroflHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHH! LOOOOOOOOOOL! That was a great one! Keep 'em coming! LOL! Yeah that is what the Serbian propaganda teaches huh? Are you American?

:oops:
Yes. I'm an American.

Grow up.

sir-chimp
11-19-2005, 10:08 PM
Yes. I'm an American.

Grow up.


Dont worry about this troll. He was banned before, Im sure he is on his way to another banning.

Lt. James Anderson
11-19-2005, 10:16 PM
Dont worry about this troll. He was banned before, Im sure he is on his way to another banning.
Thanks for the info.

-CROAT-SOLDIER-
11-19-2005, 11:28 PM
Man sometimes i see these pictures and wonder how the F*%# we put up a fight with you guys in war...

Great pictures

Teaser
11-19-2005, 11:33 PM
I am not trolling I am saying that what he said is unbelivebly wrong and funny. It didn't make sense and it was a dumb thing to say. But if you feel like I am trolling, well now I will leave. I am just trying to defend the truth about my nation, and I can't stand reading some stupid propaganda, I am sure if someone posted something like "America's President during WWII had lunch with Hitler" you guy's would say that it is a retarded thing to say or would you not defend the truth. So I am not trolling at all. I am just telling you that such things are so stupid to say. So if you want to continue talking lies then I will stay and defend the truth, but if you want to discuss Serbian SAJ Unit then I would be gone. So move on to talking about the whole point of the thread!

DeathForSale
11-19-2005, 11:45 PM
I am very suprised by how mature and respectful the Croatians are in these Serbian threads!
So for this thread(or any other serbian thread) to be able progress in informative and pointful discussion several people need to stop posting garbage in them all the time: Teaser,RBIH_Troop with that degenerate Oric in his Avatar, eucalyptus, jebirun and some other idiots.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 12:18 AM
Anyway here is pics of some of our JSO heros!
http://forum.srpskinacionalisti.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=1480
http://forum.srpskinacionalisti.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=1234

Serbian MUP fights for KiM!
http://forum.srpskinacionalisti.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=1635

Some more JSO:
http://forum.srpskinacionalisti.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=1118
http://forum.srpskinacionalisti.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=988

Anti-Terrorist Action:
http://forum.srpskinacionalisti.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=910
http://forum.srpskinacionalisti.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=909

Lokos
11-20-2005, 01:47 AM
@ Lokos:
Brate kad si bio u Kosovu?, ja sam bio 15 godina star za vreme rate ali sam pomagao ovima u ambulantima kod Kursumlije, 20km od mog sela. Odsluzijo sam svoj Vojni rok 2004 u Nisu, i proveo sam 6 nedejla u takozvanom "buffer zone"

Bato,

Proveo sam otprilike osam meseci u Kosovu u '98 i '99. Bio sam svuda - ali sam proveo dva meseca blizu granice sa Albanijom. Nisam imao pojedinacnu zonu kontrole zato sto je moja jedinica bila diverzantska (in English: Recon and Initial Contact Grouping).

Kako ti je bilo u 'buffer zone'?

Lokos

Lokos
11-20-2005, 01:53 AM
Man sometimes i see these pictures and wonder how the F*%# we put up a fight with you guys in war...

1990-1993 were bad years for the VJ. The reorganization and reformation of the armed forces began in 1994 and has been ongoing. What you're seeing here is the result of the reforms, not what was there already - which is how Croatia was able to resist the initial JNA attacks with the success it had. After 1991, though, Croatia only really had to contend with the Krajina and some RS forces. I'm not saying that it wasn't a brutal fight, but that Croatia's resources and manpower made the victory a foregone conclusion.

Nonetheless, what I'm seeing of Croatia's modern forces is no less impressive than what has been posted here.

Lokos

goldman
11-20-2005, 01:54 AM
This pic is not of JSO, they are macedonian.

http://forum.srpskinacionalisti.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=1480

Lokos
11-20-2005, 02:07 AM
I didn't know the Macedonians had adopted our field headgear.

Good for them!

Lokos

RBIH_Troop
11-20-2005, 02:15 AM
I didn't know the Macedonians had adopted our field headgear.

Good for them!

Lokos

What the Boonie Hats? I can order 1000 of those on the internet, nothing special.

Lokos
11-20-2005, 04:16 AM
I wasn't aware that they were using them - there was no implication that they were 'special'.

Lokos

-CROAT-SOLDIER-
11-20-2005, 10:34 AM
Why didnt the Nazis kill all the Jews? Same question, different era.

The Serbs committed so many atrocities over so many years, in so many parts of the former Yugoslavia that it's hard to justify anything that they did.

The Nazis argued that they were just protecting their homeland against the Jews, Gypsies, Slavs, Communists etc....just in the same way that the Serbs used the same excuse to eradicate Muslims.

I find it interesting that so many pro-Serb posters here on this message board will condemn Germans and Third Reich threads, but turn a blind eye to what happened in their own country over the past 15 years. I find that amazing.

Genocide is no justifiable. No matter what you are brainwashed to believe.

Why couldent they kill off all the jew's? because they could not do it in that quick of time hitler had other things to worry about like stalin to his east.But he did make another attemt to kill off the rest he had in those camps you cant say he dident "Try" oh yes he did my friend he had alot of plans for them too study on them cut them up oh wait they already did that.The nazi's are lieing just an excuse to not look bad they killed jews because they were more suscessful then them they came to germany with nothing and then started to Succeed with high paying jobs etc,Like in america for instance lot of white people hate other races black,asian,arab not all whites but quite alot they hate rap and rappers because either the music sucks or they hate suscessful blacks.The music is not that bad i dont listen to it alot but i dont go around saying its crap because i could not do any better or even make one song up about being in the "Hood" but the reason why im rambling on is because im trying to tell you what i mean but you might not get what im saying because im not so good at explaining things but i hope that this helped...

-CROAT-SOLDIER-
11-20-2005, 10:40 AM
1990-1993 were bad years for the VJ. The reorganization and reformation of the armed forces began in 1994 and has been ongoing. What you're seeing here is the result of the reforms, not what was there already - which is how Croatia was able to resist the initial JNA attacks with the success it had. After 1991, though, Croatia only really had to contend with the Krajina and some RS forces. I'm not saying that it wasn't a brutal fight, but that Croatia's resources and manpower made the victory a foregone conclusion.

Nonetheless, what I'm seeing of Croatia's modern forces is no less impressive than what has been posted here.

Lokos
True i guess but your guys ware alot of skimasks i like that look very cool i guess it comes from my* russian side lol skimasks look sweet lol im not saying just because they ware skimasks they look alot more updated etc im saying more intimidating.But nice pictures keep them comming...

-CROAT-SOLDIER-
11-20-2005, 10:53 AM
One thing ide want to add for some of the people that posted here stop F***ing around on this thread theres no point on *****ing on a forum i feel the same way sometimes but i dont cry and complain to serbs etc on forums thats sad and i think to myself a true croat would not not fight over the net only in person i can tell your probably a weak/nerd that fights over the net complaining that serbs are bad.No they are not ok the war is over stop ****ing brining up things in the 1940's 1990's etc i dont care.If you want to discuss this **** discuss it somewhare elce you ****ing childs this is "PICTURES!!!!!!!!!!!!!"NOT ****ING CRY BABY TIME!!! THIS MAKES ME ****ING SICK WHEN I SEE THIS ****! SOME TIMES I JUST WANNA SHOOT YOU IDOITS IN THE GOD DAM HEAD SO STOP ****ING DISSING ON SERBS ETC BECAUSE I DONT WANT THIS **** GOING ON IN ONE OF MY THREADS LATER ON BECAUSE YOUR PISSING ON THEM.So hope this across to some of you that are doing this. So my word to you is shut the **** up.Sorry for language people keep on posting thanks.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 01:30 PM
Bato,

Proveo sam otprilike osam meseci u Kosovu u '98 i '99. Bio sam svuda - ali sam proveo dva meseca blizu granice sa Albanijom. Nisam imao pojedinacnu zonu kontrole zato sto je moja jedinica bila diverzantska (in English: Recon and Initial Contact Grouping).

Kako ti je bilo u 'buffer zone'?

Lokos

U "buffer zonu" sam proveo nekoliko nedejla posle zavrsetka glavnog treninga. Bio sam sa svojom i jos jednom jedinicom iz Nisa u jednom napustenom selu koje je pregladlo dolinu koja vodi prema Siptarskoj strani, Ime mesta neznam posto nam nisu govorili. Nas glavni zadatak je bio da patroliramo tu dolinu i sume okolo i gledamo za siptare koji su prenosili drogu i oruzje tu iz juznog Kosova i po neki put cak iz Makedonije. Oprema je bili najnovija znaci imali smo najnovije uniforme, Mile Dragic kacige,pancir,opasaci,cizme prakticno sve novo sem oruzija ali i toj je bilo po 4-5 godine staro samo, za Zastava oruzje to nije nista :) Posto sam ja bio mitraljezac proveo sam dosta vremena po bunkerima i rovovima koje smo iskopali napravili da lici na nesto, Sprske zastave smo svuda podigli, nad svakoj poziciji. Imali smo nekoliko trenutka de je bila pucandzija i bilo je dosta opasno posta su siptari bili lepo naoruzani, pogotovo ovi koji su nosili drogu. Jedno je bilo izgleda nekih UCK ili nesto tako koz na koji su vec, koji su bili u sumi na kraju doline pa bi izazli iz sume, pucali iz mitraljeza i Zolja ali nisu nisanili vrle dobro pa nisu i nista pogodili,pa onda skrili oruzje u sumi i pobegli kod KFOR'a, ali su ispeli da rane jednog starog cicu koj je vodio stoku tu pa smo morali da zovemo pinzgauer da ga odvezu u bolnicu. Posle toga smo patrolirali cesce pa smo ih prakticno zaustavili, i jos nad to dobili smo Praga, samo jedanput su pukasli da se zajebavaju sa pragom, posle toga nisu nikad vise prolazili tu. To je skoro celo moje iskustvo sa Vojskom i Kosovom, kad sam dosao u Vojni Centar da odgovorim na poziv za sluzbu u vojsci pitali su me dali bio teo da usluzim vojni ruk kao civil, ja sam im rekao NE, kakva je to glupost da se VOJNI ROK odsluzi kao civil??? To je to, sigurno se nemoze uporediti sa tvojim iskustvom u Kosovu za kojim treba da ti si zhvali srpski narod posto ste vi bili pravi junaci, ja bih ti sad licno da ti se zhvalim za tvoje zrtvovanje za nasu Otadzbinu i nas narod, Hvala!

Ogi
11-20-2005, 01:34 PM
oh yeeeah, THOSE websites that proclame the existance of Al-quida training camps in Bosnia. OOOH ok, now I belive you. You win.

I guess all those Arabs I saw on Vlasic and Turbe, and there were hundereds of them, just came out of nowhere. They were "freedomfighters" and not terrorists, even though Bin Laden was one of the organizors of their transport and for that he got a Bosnian passport.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 01:41 PM
Ogi brother, you were on Vlasic? Moj brat od tetke je bio sa Prnjavorskom Brigadom.

-CROAT-SOLDIER-
11-20-2005, 05:24 PM
well keep the pics comming :)im looking forward to seeing some pictures.

Nrom
11-20-2005, 06:05 PM
Fantastish Photos!

RSKKnin
11-20-2005, 08:48 PM
DeathForSale try to find that pic with osama and alija ....i believe i saw it somewhere but i ant find it now...

Long Live Serbia

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 09:00 PM
The Centre for Peace in the Balkans
Bin Laden’s Balkan Connections

www.balkanpeace.org

September 2001

IN MEMORIAM
Dedicated to all victims of terrorism, including a member of The Centre for Peace in the Balkans who is still listed as missing in the World Trade Centre bombing.

In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee on February 2, 1999, CIA Director George Tenet warned of the worldwide threat posed by the Bin Laden network:

"There is not the slightest doubt that Osama Bin Laden, his worldwide allies, and his sympathizers are planning further attacks against us. Despite progress against his networks, Bin Laden´s organization has contacts virtually worldwide, including in the United States. And he has stated unequivocally that all Americans are targets. Bin Laden´s overreaching aim is to get the United States out of the Persian Gulf, but he will strike wherever in the world he thinks we are vulnerable. We are anticipating bombing attempts with conventional explosives, but his operatives are also capable of kidnappings and assassinations. We have noted recent activities similar to what occurred prior to the African embassy bombings, Mr. Chairman, and I must tell you that we are concerned that one or more of Bin Laden´s attacks could occur at any time."

According to the September 15, 2001 issue of the New York Times (U.S. Demands Arab Countries ´Choose Sides´ by Jane Perlez) the United States has issued a communiqué to its embassies around the world "…listing the conditions that nations were expected to meet in order to qualify for membership in the anti-terror coalition." Considering that the US supports countries where many terrorists originate or are trained (Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania), we are concerned about the fallout should those countries fail to meet the stated US demands.

Furthermore, we must note with tragic irony that the United States trained and financed Islamicist “freedom fighters” during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, to the tune of $10 billion (September 13, 2001, Washington Times). Osama Bin Laden was part and parcel of that military “aid” program.

Yet, it would be willful blindness to suggest that the roots of terror begin and end in Afghanistan or the Middle East. When examining events that have transpired in the Balkans over the past ten years, Osama Bin Laden’s name appears prominently. Bin Laden directly aided the Bosnian Muslims, both financially (weapons procurement) and with training. In addition, that same “aid” was extended to the separatist Albanians of Kosovo and Macedonia. Ironically, the US found Bin Laden and his supporters “convenient” allies when dealing with Bosnian Muslims and Kosovo Albanians, again in another so-called struggle for “freedom”.

Bosnia

Bosnian Muslim weekly “Dani” reported on September 24, 1999, that Osama Bin Laden, the most wanted terrorist in the world, was issued a Bosnia-Herzegovina passport. Bin Laden was issued the Bosnian passport by the Bosnian embassy in Vienna in 1993. However, Bin Laden was not the only one. A number of suspected terrorists have traveled the globe utilizing “legally issued” Bosnia-Herzegovina documents.

According to ‘Dani’, the Bosnian Foreign Ministry was seized by panic when Mehrez Aodouni, another Bosnian passport bearer, was arrested in Istanbul on September 09, 1999. Aodouni was believed to have close ties with Bin Laden. The Party of Democratic Action (SDA) [Bosnia´s main Muslim party led by Bosnian President, Alija Izetbegovic] issued a statement that on September 23, 1999, Audouni obtained the Bosnia-Herzegovina citizenship and a passport because he was a member of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Army.

The Bosnian Muslim daily "Oslobodjenje" published that three men, believed linked to Saudi extremist Osama Bin Laden, were arrested in Sarajevo in July 2001. The three, one of whom was identified as Imad El Misri, were Egyptian nationals. The paper said that two of the suspects were holding Bosnian passports.

The arrest, carried out by police from Bosnia’s Muslim-Croat Federation, was requested by the United States, Oslobodjenje said.

The Dayton peace agreement, that ended Bosnia’s civil war, ordered all foreign soldiers to leave the country, including those who fought alongside the mainly Muslim government army. Many of those who fought in the Bosnian Muslim Army included ranks of Islamicist radicals from the Arab world, Afghanistan, Pakistan and South East Asia. However, an undisclosed number remained, obtaining Bosnian citizenship as members of the army or by marrying Bosnian women.

At the end of the civil war many of these so-called mujahadeen remained on territories controlled by the Bosnian-Croat Federation, instructing Muslim forces in terrorist activities. Those activities came to light on December 18, 1995, with the premature detonation of an automobile bomb in Zenica. It is widely speculated that the bomb was meant for U.S. NATO troops serving in Bosnia-Herzegovina as revenge for the life sentence given to Sheik Omah Abdel Rahman, the brain behind the World Trade Centre bombing in New York.

Also noteworthy is the raid conducted by NATO forces on the training center of the Bosnian Muslim secret police (AID), located in the ski center near Fojnica in February of 1996, and the arrest of several persons for preparing to conduct terrorist actions. Iranian instructors were teaching future terrorists from AID how to disguise bombs as children’s toys, dolls, and plastic ice cream cones.

In its June 26, 1997 Report on the bombing of the Al Khobar building in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the New York Times noted that those arrested confessed to serving with Bosnian Muslims forces. Further, the terrorists also admitted to ties with Osama Bin Laden.

Defence and Foreign Affairs analyst Yossef Bodansky wrote in 1997 that Iran, from its terrorist bases in Bosnia-Herzegovina, planned the assassination of Pope John Paul II. The assassination was planned towards the end of September 1997. A terrorist group consisting of 20 members holding Croatian, Bosnia-Herzegovinian, Tunisian, Algerian and Moroccan passports were to assassinate the Pope during his Bologna visit. The leaders of the group were all former mujahadeen from Bosnia-Herzegovina. Logistical support for the group was secured through a local terrorist network which was closely associated with GIA. Italian authorities discovered the assassination attempt in time and managed to arrest 14 members of the terrorist cell.

Many mujahadeen in Bosnia are now located in what was the pre-war Serbian village of Bocinja Donja. Today, a sign on the road into the town warns visitors to "be afraid of Allah."

The village´s 600 residents include 60 to 100 former mujahadeen, Islamicist guerrillas from the Middle East and elsewhere who came to help Bosnia´s Muslims during the 1992-95 civil war. Since the conflict ended, they and their families have organized a community that stands apart from the rest of Bosnia, whose Muslim majority largely follows a relaxed version of Islam. Bocinja Donja´s affairs, in contrast, are governed by a strict interpretation of Islamic law. Women must wear veils and long black robes; men must have long beards. Smoking and drink is forbidden, as well speaking to visitors.

Washington and its allies have complained periodically about the mujahadeen, who were technically obligated by international treaty to leave the country in 1995. But Western complaints lacked urgency until late 1999, when U.S. law enforcement authorities discovered that a handful of the men who have visited or lived in this area were associated with a suspected terrorist plot to bomb targets in the United States on New Year´s Day.

Among them was Karim Said Atmani, who was identified by authorities as the document forger for a group of Algerians accused of plotting the bombings. He is a former roommate of Ahmet Ressemi, the man arrested at the Canadian-U.S. border in mid-December 1999 with a carload of explosives. Atmani has been a frequent visitor to Bosnia, even after Ressmi´s arrest.

A Bosnian government search of passport and residency records--conducted at the urging of the United States--revealed other former mujahadeen who are linked to the same Algerian group or to other suspected terrorist groups and who have lived in this area 60 miles north of Sarajevo, the capital, in the past few years.

One man, a Palestinian named Khalil Deek, was arrested in Jordan in late December 1999 on suspicion of involvement in a plot to blow up tourist sites; a second man with Bosnian citizenship, Hamid Aich, lived in Canada at the same time as Atmani and worked for a charity associated with Osama Bin Laden.

A third suspect, an Algerian named Abu Mali who was regarded as a community leader in Bocinja, was asked to leave the country with his family in spring of 1999 after Washington accumulated evidence that he worked for a terrorist organization. Mehrez Amdouni, another former resident, was arrested by Turkish police in September of 1999 in Istanbul, where he arrived with a Bosnian passport. Amdouni was charged with counterfeiting and possessing stolen goods.

The Centre for Peace in the Balkans wrote in Spring of 2000:

The December 14, 1999, arrest of Algerian national Ahmet Ressemi at a U.S.-Canada border crossing in British Columbia – he was in a car full of nitroglycerin and bomb-making materials – was headline news in North America. Many theorized that Ressemi planned to blow up a major structure in the U.S. to start the new millenium.

The theorists could have saved themselves some time by taking a closer look at Ressemi’s past ties, especially those with terrorists trained in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where Ressemi fought as a mujahadeen.

It has been confirmed that Ahmet Ressemi had ties with Said Atmani, another terrorist who fought in the "El Mujahadeen" unit in Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Canadian authorities deported Atmani back to Bosnia-Herzegovina on October 18, 1998, supposedly without knowing of his alleged participation in terrorist activities through Europe.

The NY Times, in it´s "Magazine" edition of February 6, 2000 published that: "Last year, sources in Jordan say, the Mukhabarat, the intelligence service, alerted the C.I.A. to at least three plots by Bosnia-based Islamic terrorists to attack U.S. targets in Europe."

Recently, Kenneth Katzman, of the Library of Congress’ Congressional Research Service, released an updated report on terrorism. That report identified cells of the Bin Laden Al-Quaida Network in the Middle East, Africa, Bosnia, and Albania.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 09:03 PM
SRNA News Agency, Bijeljina
EVIDENCE OF TIES BETWEEN IZETBEGOVIC AND OSAMA BIN LADEN
Interviewer : Sonja Lakic
mardi 7 octobre 2003.


Gregory Copley, the director of the International Strategic Studies Institute in Washington, claimed in an interview with SRNA that he has evidence of ties between Alija Izetbegovic and al-Qaida, as well as that a group of terrorists, trained in camps in the north of Albania, was transferred to Kosovo and Metohija a few months ago, and that one of the goals is to make Raska a state within a state.

He explained that the magazine "Defense & Foreign Affairs" and the Global Information System, under the auspices of the International Strategic Studies Institute, are just in the process of publishing documentation pointing out the ties between radical Islamists in key positions in the Bosnia-Herzegovina government with known or suspected Islamists with terrorist connections.

"There is evidence of the involvement of Izetbegovic and connections with the Islamic network al-Qaida. Izetbegovic personally met with Osama bin Laden several times, and personally intervened to ensure that bin Laden and all those who followed him receive Bosnia-Herzegovina passports," claims Copley

October 2, 2003

BELGRADE - Gregory Copley, the director of the International Strategic Studies Institute in Washington, claimed in an interview with SRNA that he has evidence of ties between Alija Izetbegovic and al-Qaida, as well as that a group of terrorists, trained in camps in the north of Albania, was transferred to Kosovo and Metohija a few months ago, and that one of the goals is to make Raska a state within a state.

He explained that the magazine "Defense & Foreign Affairs" and the Global Information System, under the auspices of the International Strategic Studies Institute, are just in the process of publishing documentation pointing out the ties between radical Islamists in key positions in the Bosnia-Herzegovina government with known or suspected Islamists with terrorist connections.

"There is evidence of the involvement of Izetbegovic and connections with the Islamic network al-Qaida. Izetbegovic personally met with Osama bin Laden several times, and personally intervened to ensure that bin Laden and all those who followed him receive Bosnia-Herzegovina passports," claims Copley, adding :

"According to evidence, some of them directly or indirectly participated in the tragedy of September 11, 2001. It is completely clear that people who hold positions such as Izetbegovic are attempting to cover up all traces connecting them to something like this. We are surprised ourselves that we were able to get documents directly supporting it but we also have video tapes as well as other proof from the time of the civil war in Bosnia-Herzegovina."

Copley confirmed that he also has a copy of instructions from the former war-time president Alija Izetbegovic to Muslim ambassadors in Bosnia-Herzegovina that they are issuing passports to everyone who supports him.

When asked whether the administration of then-US president Bill Clinton was aware of this, he emphasizes that this is "a big question but there is very strong evidence that the cooperation, and even friendship, at that time between Clinton and Izetbegovic resulted in the recent visit of Clinton to Srebrenica and Bosnia-Herzegovina."

"We know that Clinton also visited Izetbegovic, who is claimed to be ill and on his deathbed. And we also know that Izetbegovic's political party paid 250,000 US dollars for his arrival in Bosnia and participation in the uncovering of the monument in Srebrenica. The question needs to be asked to what extent that monument was in fact built out of political motivation instead of as a memorial to the victims of the civil war in Srebrenica," said Copley.

When reminded that he at one time published the testimony of a "Der Spiegel" journalist, who claims she met Osama bin Laden in Izetbegovic's presidential office in Sarajevo during the time of war operations, Copley answered that "most of the world's population, including the population of the USA, focused its knowledge of the situation on the Balkans through daily news coverage which confused it."

Explaining why the public ignores claims of ties between Izetbegovic and bin Laden, Copley said that this population "is happy that that conflict is now in the past."

"These events are increasingly being seen in a new light, although the process is slow. For the majority of Americans, Muslims were no longer the only victims and Serbs the only and exclusive guilty ones. Increasingly all three participants in the civil war are being blamed and sympathized," he said.

"The general opinion of people in the West was that all Muslims are naive and all Serbs are guilty but this changes after September 11 and people automatically understood that there are good guys and bad guys on all sides. The citizens of Serbia and Republika Srpska were unable to effectively protect themselves during war operations, first and foremost, in the sphere of public opinion."

"The Islamist side, Izetbegovic and the Croatian side under Tudjman together spent hundreds of millions of dollars for media and political support. I would be very surprised to learn that the Serbs spend even a million. In that sense the Serbs failed to understand that wars are not won only on the battlefield but also through other, political means," he said.

Copley confirmed that he has "complete evidence" that diplomat Safet Djatovic, who he claims organized "a summer jihad camp in Pennsylvania" one month before the terrorist attack on September 11, played a key role in logistical support for Muslim military operations in Bosnia-Herzegovina in Winter 94-95.

"Catovic participated as the spokesman of certain, now we can say so-called humanitarian organizations, which were directly involved in the al-Qaida network. We know that he got his Bosnian passport in the Bosnian Embassy in Vienna under suspicious circumstances. At this point we suspect that his real name is Safet Djatovic because he received his passport in Vienna at the same time that many other Islamic fundamentalists received Bosnian passports," explained Copley.

When asked about Mrs. Emina Keco, who served as the ambassador in Vienna throughout the war, at a time when many passports were issued, Copley answered that "at this point I would not comment on the participation of Mrs. Koce, especially in connection with her position and what was happening."

"At this moment my organization as well as other organizations are carefully following the situation," he said.

Commenting on information that there are al-Qaida training camps in the north of Albania, Copley emphasized that those camps were at one time supported by the USA.

"The USA and the Albanian Government worked very closely on this. These camps still exist. We know that a large group crossed from Albania into Kosovo a few months ago for terrorist operations. If the Albanian government says that it doesn't know anything about it, that means that it doesn't know what is happening on its own territory."

"The American government under Clinton knew of the existence of these camps but there is still no information that the camps have been dismantled but instead that people from Islamic countries are serving as instructors there and that they are training Kosovo Albanians for terrorist activities. Some of them are hiding behind the Kosovo Protection Corps," warned Copley.

He said that "connections with these people, as well as with the drug cartel, is more than apparent."

"It's actually the way that some terrorist organizations are financed. Terrorism has a strong infrastructure and regardless of the fact that Kosovo and Raska are a part of the territory of Serbia, terrorists can absolutely do whatever they want. The Serbian government and police are afraid to react because of the global black-and-white picture on human rights violations created earlier."

"Rights violations is not the issue at all but the fact that in this part of the region there has been a line for some time between politicians, drug dealers and weapons traders," he explained.

On the basis of gathered evidence, Copley believes that the terrorists "want to create a state within a state in Raska.".

"When you draw a line between Kosovo - Raska - the Gorazde corridor Serbia is completely cut off from Montenegro. Regardless of the intent of Montenegro to secede from Serbia this will be catastrophic for it because it will be completely isolated. The long-term goals of Izetbegovic's Democratic Action Party (SDA) is for all these territories to be joined all the way to Albania, including Kosovo," claims Copley.

He emphasizes that there is a lot of material that could assist the chief prosecutor in The Hague Carla del Ponte to issue indictments against Albanian terrorists.

"The question is whether del Ponte wants to proceed on this. What is tragic is that she did not issue and look at the indictments against Franjo Tudjman and Alija Izetbegovic. The Hague tribunal received evidence regarding the crimes of Izetbegovic and Tudjman a long time ago but there is still a blockade."

"And thus Tudjman is supposed to get a place in history just because he died," said Copley at the end of his interview with "SRNA," asking the question whether "the story of Izetbegovic's illness and being on his deathbed is just a way of avoiding trial."

In conclusion Mr. Copley explained that similar research is being conducted with the help of GIA and other institutions in all parts of the world, including the Middle East and Africa.

"Sometimes our studies appeal to some but not to others but we strive to be as objective as possible. We have bee faced with death threats but we hope that by spreading the truth we are contributing to the benefit of all humanity," concluded Copley.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 09:09 PM
Here is some fotos of Izetbegovic with mudzahedin scum:
http://www.rs-icty.org/photo%20big/photo1/Izetbegovic_sa_mudzahedin1.jpg
http://www.rs-icty.org/photo%20big/photo1/Izetbegovic_sa_mudzahedinim.jpg
http://www.rs-icty.org/photo%20big/photo1/odred_el_mudzahedin18.jpg
http://www.rs-icty.org/photo%20big/photo1/odred_el_mudzahedin2.jpg
http://www.rs-icty.org/photo%20big/photo1/odred_el_mudzahedin3.jpg
http://www.rs-icty.org/photo%20big/photo1/odred_el_mudzahedin4.jpg
http://www.rs-icty.org/photo%20big/photo1/odred_el_mudzahedin5.jpg
http://www.rs-icty.org/photo%20big/photo1/odred_el_mudzahedin7.jpg
Mudzhedin meat sent to Allah by Serb warriors!
There is many more pics and videos of these terrorists and there crimes at
http://www.rs-icty.org/galleryphotos%20eng.htm

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 09:22 PM
Wow, I never thought I would actually read the whole crap article to come to the conclusion that I had before reading.
Have evidence but doesn´t present it, don´t get me wrong but that´s a little too much crappy for my taste. And the only "evidece" was of ONE news reporter that claimed to have seen him but strangely noone else. What reporter doesn´t have a photographer with him to take a picture, especially sence the war was verry graphical in the media.
She was looking for UFO´s, thats what it is. Tieing Bosnians to 9/11 was marvelous, I hope you all your best in beliving this stuff.
"Poor Serbs that didn´t have time to prepare".. oh please give me a break.

DeathForSale, thx for the pictures I´ve been looking for those ;)

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 09:33 PM
Uhmm haven't you read in the past couple of weeks articles posted on this forum, reported by major news agencies, of several terrorist incidents involving bosniaks or having some connection to the Bosnian muslim community, or do you choose to ignore what you see and hear,what is presented to you as an excuse to remain completely and utterly ignorant?

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 09:37 PM
I guess not, but sence you did would you mind explaining these questions please.
How old where those? Where they veterans of the war? Was one of them captured by Sarajevo police? Where they from sweden but moved to Bosnia?

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 09:39 PM
I don't remember, if you are intersted in learning find out. Anyway i don't see why that would matter the connection is still there? Oh and one more thing, are you muslim?

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 09:43 PM
Iam jewish, shalom
Do you want me to tell you? Ok, one of the 18 y/o suspected terrorists that was captured was a swedish citizen that moved to Bosnia, and he was captured along with a turkish fellow. This was a joint action that led to capturing of other suspected terrorists in other countries aswell.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 09:47 PM
YEs and wh do you think supplied them with weapons and explosives. Oh and i've never met a Jewish person with such favor towards muslims, weird

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 09:53 PM
I don´t who do you think? Who supplied the ones caught in Denmark? Danish government? Uber secret BIH police that traveled to Denmark? Do you really think that finiding weapons would be hard, even in Sweden finding explosives is easy. 2-3 guys from my platoon where able to sneak away with some trotyl sicks. I can´t tell you where they got it from, but my best reconing was that it was purchused from some illegal market or stolen from a depo.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 09:56 PM
So do you support the muslims or not?

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 10:03 PM
What would that matter? If Iam not then the things I say are true, but if I am a muslim or a muslim supporter then all the things I´ve said are bull?

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 10:11 PM
No that means you would be biased towards the muslim side

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 10:16 PM
riiiiight... nice chattin with you, and if you have more Bin laden and terrorist stuff you wanna chatt about feel free to post propaganda and I will glad to explain a thing or two.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 10:19 PM
So you support islamic terror?

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 10:21 PM
Al-qaida and such? No not really, not my cup of tea.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 10:24 PM
WOW way to contravene you're self. On one hand you support Chechen and Muslim terrorists but on the other hand Al-Qaeda isn't you're "cup of tea" Weird.

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 10:33 PM
wooho whaa wheee whaaat? Chechen and muslim terrorists? I support Chechens(as I do belive that it´s a strugle for freedom), I do not support Al-qaeda or such. If you wanna know more about me PM me or something.

DeathForSale
11-20-2005, 10:42 PM
Chechen"freedom fighters",KLA any other similair groups are terrorists, pure and simple.

eucalyptus
11-20-2005, 10:49 PM
What ever you say chief. Keep saying stuff like that and Im sure it will get you places.

oishiiniku
11-22-2005, 09:35 AM
http://media.militaryphotos.net/photos/albums/Serbian-military-in-Kosovo-Metohia-and-in-Southern-Serbia/aau.jpg

CAn someone tell me the technical name for this particular type of mesh balaclava?

Ta, Nick.

arahnea
11-22-2005, 12:28 PM
As far as I remember it has no designation . People usually call it FANTOMKA ( the phantom mask in Serbian ) . It is common with the SF in Serbia

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y239/moje_slike/152917709XdMVRP_fs.jpg
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y239/moje_slike/2189057353e75fe58b39c3548279837.jpg

jipman
11-22-2005, 12:56 PM
Where can I purchase a Fantomka...Would be sweet:D

Ogi
11-22-2005, 06:13 PM
Ogi brother, you were on Vlasic? Moj brat od tetke je bio sa Prnjavorskom Brigadom.

Jebiga brate, banovase te. Da bio sam na Vlasicu, inace moja jedinica je u glavnom bila stacionirana na Kupresu i Turbetu, al' moj vod je isao svuda. Bili smo interventni vod, a smatrali nas za specijalu, mada smi u sustini mi bili samo gomila jacih i mladjih momaka. Znali su nas slati da saniramo liniju ili da drzimo linije dok se brigade smjenjuju. Pozdravi tog burazera od Tetke, od interventnog voda Cirinog Bataljona i naravno pozdrav za tebe.

fourenziks
06-15-2006, 12:17 PM
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7312089388780824220&q=saj


SAJ Documentary

Multiuser
06-15-2006, 02:32 PM
Looks like this thread got way out of control..:)

jipman
06-15-2006, 03:34 PM
Looks like you're from South Africa.

RENEA
06-20-2006, 03:58 PM
http://www.blic.co.yu/arhiva/2003-08-04/slike/hronika_saj_deca.jpg

is he training how to kill it? because if he is father, strange way to expres love....


http://www.politika.co.yu/ilustro/2247/3c.jpg

of what? of civilians they killed? or of 160 civilians found dead near their base at batajnica airport????

cinoeye
06-20-2006, 05:17 PM
Yes.
I can find you some more pics if you want.
:)

RENEA
06-22-2006, 07:15 AM
Yes.
I can find you some more pics if you want.
:)
I am sure u can! The sadists tendences are well known....