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A Warning from Yugoslavia

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posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 07:42 AM
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I think this ladies message is a must watch, she gives a very good breakdown of the lead up to the civil war in Yugoslavia and the similarities to the wedge being pushed between the American people.





posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 07:52 AM
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a reply to: oddnutz

I'm watching now. But she is very well spoken and an interesting watch. Guess who had his fat fingers in the Yugoslavian pie?

www.opensocietyfoundations.org...

George Soros is proud of his work there. He still has goals too.



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 10:29 AM
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gellerreport.com...

"The Supreme Court issued a ruling on Monday making it clear that a major front of progressive billionaire oligarch George Soros does not have 1st Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution."

"“In sum, plaintiffs’ foreign affiliates are foreign organizations, and foreign organizations operating abroad possess no rights under the U. S. Constitution,” Kavanaugh concluded."



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 10:41 AM
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Thank you for sharing this. I think it is a very important message for us here in the USA.



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 11:58 AM
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originally posted by: AlomaRa
Thank you for sharing this. I think it is a very important message for us here in the USA.

If only we could get mass media on board to deliver that message. They could reunite the country but instead work 24x7 to tear it apart.



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 03:03 PM
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We have two real choices here folks

1) We can sit back and pick our noses while being dumbed down by reality TV, liberal MSM, "news" and concern trolls. We can watch this happen, and eventually end up in a place we all know this is headed. Outright civil war and the scenario described above. This scenario ends with our side winning, but the problem is we defeat the WRONG ENEMY.

2) OR, we can identify the root causes and GO AFTER THEM with everything this country has got. Especially those organizing the chaos, and ESPECIALLY those funding the chaos, as well as those providing cover for the mayhem and those CARRYING OUT THIS CARNAGE. We bankrupt them, we put them in prison and we march them around as an example of what happens when you try to turn the first world USA into a third world dump country through subversion and other schesty means. This also includes foreign powers, and means total war in the foreign sphere and a massive law enforcement action here at home.

I don't know about you all, but I SUPPORT OPTION #2



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 03:43 PM
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originally posted by: JBurns
We have two real choices here folks

1) We can sit back and pick our noses while being dumbed down by reality TV, liberal MSM, "news" and concern trolls. We can watch this happen, and eventually end up in a place we all know this is headed. Outright civil war and the scenario described above. This scenario ends with our side winning, but the problem is we defeat the WRONG ENEMY.

2) OR, we can identify the root causes and GO AFTER THEM with everything this country has got. Especially those organizing the chaos, and ESPECIALLY those funding the chaos, as well as those providing cover for the mayhem and those CARRYING OUT THIS CARNAGE. We bankrupt them, we put them in prison and we march them around as an example of what happens when you try to turn the first world USA into a third world dump country through subversion and other schesty means. This also includes foreign powers, and means total war in the foreign sphere and a massive law enforcement action here at home.

I don't know about you all, but I SUPPORT OPTION #2


You're bang right there about option #2. Trump and his Cabal need to brought to heel.



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 05:03 PM
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I'm with you JB... number 2! In fact, that's the way things worked in the past more than it does today. We had a non-partisan FBI that would handle these things.



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 05:10 PM
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War in Yugoslavia was a conflict between different ethnic groups who failed to adapt to the new reality after the fall of communism.

I fail to see the resemblance.



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 05:24 PM
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originally posted by: XCrycek
War in Yugoslavia was a conflict between different ethnic groups who failed to adapt to the new reality after the fall of communism.

I fail to see the resemblance.





I’ll break it down for you.

Orange Man Bad



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 05:40 PM
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I'm totally in love with this girl.

The 90s was a branching of the hydra.
The geo politics and history of that era is a massive conspiracy, deliberate moves on many fronts.
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posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 05:58 PM
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originally posted by: whyamIhere

originally posted by: XCrycek
War in Yugoslavia was a conflict between different ethnic groups who failed to adapt to the new reality after the fall of communism.

I fail to see the resemblance.





I’ll break it down for you.

Orange Man Bad


Trump seems only vaguely aware of what she is talking about.
There is a long game.
It is in the communist manifesto.

a guy like Trump is like garlic to a vampire.
He unwittingly stumbled into their lair.
With flaming orange hair.

Hence the masks,
To rearrange the face.


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posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 07:36 PM
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a reply to: LogicalGraphitti

It's a shame we don't have strong institutions to persecute the commies, McCarthy and HUAC did their job and ferreted out plenty of hose no good commies

It's here whether any of us like it or not, but we can still avoid the civil war and downfall of our country by hanging tough and bringing the fight to the enemy

Hang tough great Patriot, the success of our Republic hangs on each one of us holding the line



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 07:38 PM
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a reply to: XCrycek

Yes and imagine this same scenario when the Democrat party falls in Nov.

Best to be prepared for the inevitable

You do know Trump's taking the WH again right?



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 07:42 PM
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The unfortunate thing about this, is that most of those who think they are communists, are only pawns in the game.
The psychological control of the heard has been well honed over the centuries.
Domestication really.
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posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 07:52 PM
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a reply to: JBurns

I’ll pick number two.
We can vote him out of office the prosecute if there are crimes.


I don’t really support Mcarthyism though.



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 08:25 PM
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originally posted by: spacedoubt
a reply to: JBurns

I’ll pick number two.
We can vote him out of office the prosecute if there are crimes.


I don’t really support Mcarthyism though.



Why would you vote out the only man who is trying to do what he can for US, the people? Trump was begged to run by many High ranking Military and former Intelligence that new if Hillary won our country would be destroyed in a year.

Trump had no idea most of the government was going to be used to perpetrate a coup against him, like no other in history. Thankfully that has failed but the level of Media lies today, against him and all of us American people is utterly DISGUSTING.

Trump is no saint but he is the most Patriotic President we have had since Jefferson. When he wins the Presidency again the left will come completely unhinged and start a war. That war needs to be SWIFTLY aimed right at the Socialist left in DC and every liberal Governor and Mayor that can be found. They have invited a biblical ass whoopin.

Most cry babies liberals who cant shoot the broadside of a barn will stay home when the big boys come out to play and that will be the American Patriots, Every current and former men and women of the military will join with their brothers, sisters go bash in some sculls and straighten out this mess once and for all led by none other than General Flynn.



posted on Jul, 20 2020 @ 08:47 PM
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originally posted by: XCrycek
War in Yugoslavia was a conflict between different ethnic groups who failed to adapt to the new reality after the fall of communism.

I fail to see the resemblance.





There is a whole youtube video in OP that disagrees with you. I guess you have more information, I would appreciate that. Give me more information!



posted on Jul, 21 2020 @ 11:32 AM
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Amen to every last word of that brother



posted on Jul, 23 2020 @ 04:34 AM
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What about religion's role in the war in republics of the former Yugoslavia, where most people are either Roman Catholic or Orthodox?

Religion’s Responsibility

A headline in Asiaweek of October 20, 1993, declared: “Bosnia Is an Epicenter of Religious Conflict.” A headline for a commentary in the San Antonio Express-​News of June 13, 1993, proclaimed: “Religious Chiefs Should End Bosnian Woes.” The article said: “The Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Muslim faiths . . . can’t slough off responsibility for what is happening. Not this time, not with the whole world nightly watching. It’s their war. . . . The principle that religious leaders bear responsibility for warfare is clear. Their very sanctimoniousness provokes it. By blessing one side over the other they do so.”

Why, for example, is hatred between members of the Roman Catholic Church and Eastern Orthodox Churches so great? Popes, patriarchs, and other church leaders are responsible. Ever since the final separation between these religions in 1054, church leaders have fostered hatred and wars between their members. The Montenegrin newspaper Pobeda, September 20, 1991, pointed to that religious schism and its consequences in an article about the fighting at the time. Under the title “Killers in the Name of God,” the article explained:

“It is not a question of politics between [Croatian president] Tudjman and [Serbian leader] Milošević but rather it is a religious war. It should be stated that already a thousand years have passed since the Pope decided to eliminate the Orthodox religion as a rivalry. . . . In 1054 . . . the Pope declared the Orthodox Church responsible for the separation. . . . In 1900 the first Catholic congress explicitly explained the plan of genocide against the Orthodox for the 20th century. [This] plan is now taking place.”

However, the conflict in the 90's is not the first example of religious strife in the 20th century. Fifty years earlier, during World War II, Roman Catholics tried to eliminate the Orthodox Church presence in the area. With the pope’s backing, the Croatian nationalist movement called Ustashi came to govern the independent state of Croatia. The New Encyclopædia Britannica reports that this Vatican-​approved rule employed “extraordinarily brutal practices, which included executions of hundreds of thousands of Serbs and Jews.”

In the book The Yugoslav Auschwitz and the Vatican, not only are these mass killings documented​—involving tens of thousands of victims—​but the Vatican’s involvement in them is also documented.

On the other hand, the Orthodox Church has backed the Serbs in their fighting. In fact, one Serbian unit leader was quoted as saying: ‘The Patriarch is my commander.’

What could have been done to stop the killing, which in Bosnia and Herzegovina alone has left as many as 150,000 either dead or missing? Fred Schmidt declared in the San Antonio Express-​News that the UN Security Council should pass “a formal resolution calling on the pope, the patriarch of Constantinople, and [the other leaders] of the Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Muslim churches having jurisdiction in Bosnia-​Herzegovina to forthwith call off their dogs and meet together to figure out how their faithful can find it in their hearts to live as neighbors with those of other faiths.”

In a similar vein, a commentary in the Scottsdale, Arizona, Progress Tribune concluded that the war “might be stopped if the religious leaders over there got serious about stopping it.” The article suggested that they do that “by immediately excommunicating any congregant who fires a shell at Sarajevo.”

No Real Force for Peace

However, popes have consistently refused to excommunicate the worst of war criminals, even when fellow Catholics have appealed for such action to be taken. For example, the Catholic Telegraph-​Register of Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A., under the heading “Reared as Catholic but Violates Faith Says Cable to Pope,” reported: “An appeal has been made to Pius XII that Reichsfuehrer Adolph Hitler be excommunicated. . . . ‘Adolph Hitler,’ [the cable] read in part, ‘was born of Catholic parents, was baptized a Catholic, and was reared and educated as such.’” Yet Hitler was never excommunicated.

Consider, too, the situation in parts of Africa where brutal warfare has raged. Fifteen Roman Catholic bishops from the African nations of Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zaire confessed that, despite the presence of many baptized “Christians” in the region, “internal conflicts have led to massacres, destruction and forced removals of people.” The bishops admitted that the root of the problem “is that the Christian faith has not sufficiently penetrated the mentality of the people.”

The National Catholic Reporter of April 8, 1994, said the “pope . . . felt ‘immense pain’ at fresh reports of conflict in the tiny African nation [of Burundi], whose population is predominantly Catholic.” The pope said that in Rwanda, where about 70 percent of the population is Catholic, “even Catholics are responsible” for the killing. Yes, Catholics on both sides have massacred one another, even as they have in countless previous wars. And, as I have noted in another thread in this subforum, other religions have done the same.

Are we therefore to conclude that all religions take sides in war? Is there any religion that is a true force for peace?

True Christians and War (Awake!—1994)

JESUS told his disciples: “I am giving you a new commandment, that you love one another; just as I have loved you, that you also love one another.” (John 13:34) Can true Christians manifest such love for one another and at the same time go to war and kill one another?

Consider also the question asked by the apostle Paul: “Is Christ divided?” (1 Corinthians 1:13, Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition) Ask yourself: ‘Could there be any division greater than that which results in members of the same religion killing one another?’

Really, we should not be surprised to learn that early Christians did not go to war. Hastings’ renowned Encyclopædia of Religion and Ethics noted: “The view was widely prevalent in the early Church that war is an organized iniquity with which the Church and the followers of Christ can have nothing to do.”

Early Christians lived by Jesus’ command to love one another. The German theologian Peter Meinhold explained: “While the New Testament is silent on the question whether Christians may or may not be soldiers and whether they must resign from the army when they become Christians, the old church took a stand in the issue. Being a Christian and a soldier was considered irreconcilable.” Does anyone today take a stand like that of “the old church”?

Any True Christians Today?

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Song 141 Searching for Friends of Peace (playlist)



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