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Serbian flag Embassy of Serbia in London

Address28 Belgrave Square
London SW1X 8QB
United Kingdom
Phonelocal: (020) 7235.9049
international: +44.20.7235.9049
Faxlocal: (020) 7235.7092
international: +44.20.7235.7092
Emaillondon@serbianembassy.org.uk
Web sitehttp://www.serbianembassy.org.uk/

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What is wrong
Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19:20 EST
with you?
You the Serbs and your country are not perfect. Who is after all? You made huge mistakes during break-up of Yugoslavia, and paid a huge price even though you were and are the "good guys". You just do not know what to do or what you are doing.OK so you need some advice and guidence. Who does not? Then you go out and hire that political, business prostitute Tony BLair to guide you. Have you gone insane or someone is holding a gun to your head so you had to hire him, for those with that gun, will use him to transmit the orders they have for you as to what to do and how to behave.
Do you even know what he is doing around the world as he dropped any semblance of honesty, integrity, morality, ethics, decency and you name it. He is the biggest prostitute amongs the x politicians, only Billy Clinton is second, but quite far behind.
Besides he was the one who insisted your country to be bombed almost into stone age. This on the basis of lies and demonization, they would use on Iraq and other countries they destroyed, for it worked so well in making the case to bomb Serbia. And bombed they did from 10km up, mainly civilians and civilian targets, for the criminal morons simply could not find your army and soldiers.
In 1941 the Serbian peopele were the once who stood up against the then govt's pact with nazi germany Yugoslav govt signed. They would rather go into the war then be enslaved by nazis. Today you don't even demonstrate against even worse case of betrayal. Maybe those who claim you have become cowards are right. How sad for the nation that has such a rich history of bravery and heroism.
Shame on you.

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