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NATO in the Corona era (Video)

Autor: Jelena Lukić

Serbian history has been interwoven for centuries, changing, adapting to the times we lived, but as historians consider centuries, are short, historical fact can not be hidden. The truth always “floats” and finds a way!

’99. the year is historically a “millisecond” of us. Did you think that we who survived it, can forget the NATO alliance ?! Did you think that 78 days of killing is forgotten, images that are still “alive” in our memory.

Photo: Novosti.rs

Then Corona came to Serbia! More specifically, the COVID-19 virus. And like all disasters, a great way to manipulate the masses. Curfew, restricted movement and education through small screens. And why not try another lie to push kids who are just learning ?!

If during normal circumstances, one of the history lessons for the seventh grade of elementary school, presented as a career progression (?!), Was just one of the worst customs during the Turks known as the “blood tribute”!

The lie that children could hear on TV about the NATO alliance speaks to superlatives about the organization, founded after World War II, which is there to “resolve disputes between warring parties”! But the dispute in this case was between Serbia and “Serbia”!

In fact, the Serbs defended their centuries-old hearths, monasteries and their own lives in Kosmet. Persecuted by the Siptars settled in these areas just after World War II.

Source: RTS 3

However, it is this organization that has been bombarding the FRY for 78 days without choosing targets! During that operation, the people known as the “Merciful Angel” were also killed by those who were “defended”, so the Albanians themselves and their children!

Serbian children were also killed, who may have had dreams of one day being teachers, but the NATO bombs stopped interrupting their lives!

These are children of Serbian, Albanian and other nationalities who have not dreamed of:

1. Bojana Tošović (1998) – Killed on April 11, 1999 in Merdari

2. Marko Simić (1997) – died on May 31, 1999 in Novi Pazar

3. Milica Rakić ​​(1996) – Killed on 17 April 1999 in Batajnica

4. Dragana Dimić (1995) – Killed on May 11, 1999 in Staro Gracko village near Lipjan

5. Marko Ivanović (1995) – Killed on April 22, 1999 in Gjakova

6. Dajana Pavlović (1994) – Killed on May 26, 1999 in Ralja, Belgrade

7. Branimir Stanijanović (1993) – Killed on 12 April 1999 during the shelling of a train in Grdelica

8. Ivan Ivancevicć (1992) – Killed on April 22, 1999 in Gjakova

9. Stefan Pavlović (1991) – Killed on May 26, 1999 in Ralja, Belgrade

10. Julia Brudar (1989) – Killed on 30 April 1999 in Murino, Montenegro.

11. Vladimir Simić (1987) – Killed on 27 April 1999 in Surdulica

Olivera Maksimović (1986) – Killed on 30 April 1999 in Murino, Montenegro.

13. Olivera Brudar (1987) – Killed on 30 April 1999 in the village of Murino (Montenegro)

14. Milica Stojanović (1986) – Killed on April 14, 1999 in the village of Pavlovac

15. Miroslav Maksić (1986) – died on 6 August 1999 in Bujanovac

16. Predrag Ilmić (1985) – Killed on 22 April 1999 in Gjakova

17. Miroslav Knežević (1985) – Killed on 30 April 1999 in Murino, Montenegro.

18. Miljana Milić (1984) – Killed on 27 April 1999 in Surdulica

19. Marija Petrović (1984) – Killed on May 1, 1999 during a bus bombing near Luzan

20. Milenko Malobabić (1983) – died on 31 May 1999 in Surdulica

Sanja Milenković (1983) – Killed on 30 May 1999 in Varvarin

22. Irena Mitić (1983) – Killed on April 17, 1999 in the village of Ribnice near Pirot

23. Marko Rogljić (1983) – Killed on May 31, 1999 in Novi Pazar

24. Miomir Milovanović (1983) – Killed on 27 April 1999 in Surdulica

25. Nikola Petrović (1982) – Killed on May 1, 1999 during a bus bombing near Luzan

26. Gordana Nikolić (1981) – Killed May 11, 1999 in Vladicin Han

27. Dalibor Tasić (1981) – Killed on 22 April in Soderce near Vranje

28. Cassandra Zulfuri (1997), Roma nationality – Killed April 28, 1999 in Prizren

29. Maksum Zulfuri (1997), Roma nationality – killed on 28 April 1999 in Prizren

30. Ernest Krasniqi (1996), Roma nationality – killed on 1 May 1999 in Prizren

31. Esad Berisha (1987), Roma nationality – killed on 1 May 1999 in Prizren

32. Beqir Zulfuri (1985), of Roma nationality – killed on 28 April 1999 in Prizren

33. Mensur Morina (1984), of Roma nationality – killed on 1 May 1999 in Prizren

34. Elvis Berisha (1982), Roma nationality – killed on 1 May 1999 in Prizren

35. Besmilja Berisha (1982), Roma nationality – killed on 1 May 1999 in Prizren

36. Zenia Berisha (1982), Roma nationality – killed on 1 May 1999 in Prizren

37. Deniza Gashi (1994), of Turkish nationality – killed on 7 April 1999 in Pristina

38. Rea Gashi (1992), of Turkish nationality – killed on 7 April 1999 in Pristina

39. Dea Gashi (1990), of Turkish nationality – killed on 7 April 1999 in Pristina

40. Senad Dacić (1983), of Bosniak nationality – killed on 26 March 1999 in Besnik

41. Arta Lugici (1983), Albanian – killed on 24 April 1999 in Lipjan

42. Muhamet Mucaj (1989), Albanian – killed on 3 May 1999 in Velika Jablanica

43. Kujtim Kastrati (1988), Albanian – Killed on May 26, 1999 in the village of Radoste

44. Florije Mucaj (1983), Albanian – killed on 3 May 1999 in Velika Jablanica

45. Sabit Hazroli (1981), Albanian – killed on 6 June 1999 in the village of Klecka

46. ​​Driton Pacarizi (1981), Albanian – Killed in the village of Klecka on 6 June 1999

47. Valentina Celaj (1981), Albanian – killed on 14 April 1999 in Prizren

48. Valdet Kodza (1984), Albanian – killed on 24 April 1999 in Doganović village

49. Fisnik Kodza (1990), Albanian – killed on 24 April 1999 in Doganović village

Children victims of the NATO bombing

So when you DARE again to make your lies a reality, remember these names, because we will not let you forget them! One child became a symbol of that suffering!

Milica Rakic ​​could have been a teacher, maybe a teacher, maybe a historian who would honestly present history to children, the world….

Maybe!

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