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Spongie555

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Leka II was recently appointed political advisor to President Bujar Nishani:

http://www.noblesseetroyautes.com/nr01/2012/07/le-prince-leka-dalbanie-nomme-conseiller-politique-du-president-albanais/ 

Ever since his fathers death he has been gaining new honors and duties including a Honorary Member of the Albanian Olympic Committee.

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The referendum in 1997 could not have possibly been fair, given the conditions under which it was held, and the government acknowledges it. Leka II, like his father, supported Kosovo independence and has ties with Kosovo's political elite. It's an awkward situation, given that Otto von Habsburg also endorsed it while Alexander II of course opposes it.
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The referendum in 1997 could not have possibly been fair, given the conditions under which it was held, and the government acknowledges it. Leka II, like his father, supported Kosovo independence and has ties with Kosovo's political elite. It's an awkward situation, given that Otto von Habsburg also endorsed it while Alexander II of course opposes it.


'Kosovo's political elite' is an organised crime syndicate that makes the Sicilian Mafia look like a Sunday School class! Bill Clinton and George Bush will rot in hell for what they did to Serbia!



KOSOVO
IS
SERBIA!

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Oh no doubt. Kosovo has no right to exist as an independent "country", neither does Moldova which should be part of a reunified Kingdom of Romania. Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Nagorno-Karabakh frankly have a more legitimate case for being independent. There is even a case for Somaliland based on extraordinary circumstances. And of course, the Sovereign Military Order of Malta.
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Well I hope for the retorsion of all the Balkan monarchy I do support the Kosovon Independence. That said I do not like there political elite.
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Im sorry but Moldova was a sovereign principality named Moldavia long before Rumania was even a thought. So how is it that Moldova doeant have a right as an independent nation?
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The present-day republic of Moldova is historically a part of the principality of Moldavia, most of the rest of which is in Romania. It was separated from the other parts of the historic Moldavia by Russian annexation in the 19th century, recovered (due to the wish of its people for reunion) at the end of WWI, seized by the Soviets at the start of WWII, regained and then lost again at the end of that war. There is still a movement in favour of reunion, though I agree with you that this should only happen if the Moldovan and Romanian peoples both wish it, and I wouldn't go so far as to say that the state has no right to exist. I do though agree with David that a reunion would be historically apt and appropriate. Perhaps, as he suggested, coinciding with the return of something else the Soviets deprived Romania of by force, its monarchy.
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Leka II recently had an interview with a Russian newspaper in which he states that Sali Berisha and Fatos Nano have promised a referendum on the restoration of the monarchy:

Here is the full interview in English:
http://www.facebook.com/notes/princ-leka/intervista-integrale-e-botuar-ne-median-ruse-rreth-te-ciles-debatohet-keto-dite-/418713004832575 

Here is a summary of the interview:
http://kosovapress.com/?cid=2,83,150481




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Leka II recently had an interview with a Russian newspaper in which he states that Sali Berisha and Fatos Nano have promised a referendum on the restoration of the monarchy:

Here is the full interview in English:
http://www.facebook.com/notes/princ-leka/intervista-integrale-e-botuar-ne-median-ruse-rreth-te-ciles-debatohet-keto-dite-/418713004832575 

Here is a summary of the interview:
http://kosovapress.com/?cid=2,83,150481





I read that, but all I got was that the question is controversial and open. I didn't hear that Berisha and Nano have promised anything. Though after admitting that the monarchy won in 1997, they really should.
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The referendum in 1997 could not have possibly been fair, given the conditions under which it was held, and the government acknowledges it. Leka II, like his father, supported Kosovo independence and has ties with Kosovo's political elite. It's an awkward situation, given that Otto von Habsburg also endorsed it while Alexander II of course opposes it.


thats not suprising since kosovo has a large albanian catholic minority besides the muslim albanian majority.

and most albanians in albania, whether muslim, catholic, or orthodox support their coethnics and in the case of orthodox albanians, disregard religion when it comes to kosovo

the solidarity of albanian catholics, orthodox, and muslims couldn't be more different from the catholic slavs (croats), orthodox slavs (serbs), and muslim slavs (bosnian muslims, who are slavs despite serb attempts to label them as "turks" )
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muslim slavs (bosnian muslims, who are slavs despite serb attempts to label them as "turks" )


No Serb seriously believes that the so called 'Bosniaks' are Turks. We are quite aware that they are traitorous, backstabbing slime who sold out their people to the jihadists while the rest of our people stood as Guardians at the Gates, protecting Europe from the barbarian hordes.

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Well I hope for the retorsion of all the Balkan monarchy I do support the Kosovon Independence. That said I do not like there political elite.


Nice to know that you support the violation of international law, the UN Charter and specific resolutions of the UN Security Council.

http://jovan66102.blogspot.com/2008/02/does-kosovos-independence-violate.html

http://jovan66102.blogspot.com/2008/02/un-security-council-resolution-no-1244.html

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Jovan, I don't like what happened to Kosovo either, but surely the Muslims who live at the Balkan today can't be blamed for what their ancestors did so many centuries ago? 
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It was the creation of an artificial state with no historical basis whatsoever in violation of international law. I'm with Jovan and with the Serbs on this one. I also think that Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Nagorno-Karabakh have a far more legitimate basis for statehood than Kosovo ever did or ever will have.
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It was the creation of an artificial state with no historical basis whatsoever in violation of international law. I'm with Jovan and with the Serbs on this one. I also think that Abkhazia, South Ossetia and Nagorno-Karabakh have a far more legitimate basis for statehood than Kosovo ever did or ever will have.


The abkhaz people are part muslim and part orthodox christian. When the war in abkhazia broke out in 1993, russia supported foreign mujahideen who volunteered to fight for the abkhaz against the georgians, including the chechen mujahideen led by Shamil basayev and Ruslan Gelayev.

Basayev personally executed Georgian soldiers and civilians in a stadium by slitting their throats and tying their tongues through it. he was personally trained by russian handlers

These same chechen and other mujahideen went out to volunteer on the azeri side in the nagomo karabakh war against the armenians, and Basayev and Gelayev also went on to fight against russia in both chechen wars, with Basayev conducting multiple terrorist attacks in russia, including the 1999 Apartment bombings, the beslan school hostage crisis(the school was in an ossetian area, with ossetian children, not russian as most foreigners think), and blowing up planes in midair, and executing captured russian soldiers.

It really goes to prove the statement that you "reap what you sow"
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