Post by givemebeer on Oct 20, 2008 12:03:17 GMT -5
I am a south Slav, I have a great "arse" hell, I am so sexy that when I walk with no t-shirt on, in budva or dalmacija the girls start to finger them selfs.... I am male, sorry... but we can still be friends... or if I am drunk enough, perhaps more then just friends
One of, if not THE greatest douchebags of our time.
An douchebag figure to the douchebags of the Balkans, and the many douchebags around the world.
There is only one Nemanja Kusturica.
fixed it for ya
but seriosly, hes a f**kin movie director. and not even that many good movies. plus he dreams of being serbian not bosnian.
Is true that the real ethnic Serbs are kicking him out of that village he had built in Serbia?
Gradjanina Uzica: Neka svoj "emirat" siri u Istambulu, Novom Pazaru ili Sarajevu! 18/09/2008 Užice – "Emir" Kusturica uputio je prekjuèe kratko pismo gradonaèelniku Užica Jovanu Markoviæu (DS), u kome ga, posle svih dešavanja, obaveštava da se više ne oseæa poèasnim graðaninom ovog grada. Kusturica je juèe za „Politiku” još rekao da æe vratiti povelju i kljuè grada, jer gradonaèelnik nije našao za shodno da zaštiti njegov ljudski i etnièki integritet, liènost poèasnog graðanina od pretnji oružjem i linèom.
– Pošto ste propustili priliku – napisao je reditelj sadašnjem gradonaèelniku Markoviæu – da javno osudite šovinistièki ispad koji se desio na skupu održanom u Kremnima, gde sam grubo napadnut, a kako su pretnje mitraljezima i zoljama kulminirale izjavama koje ugrožavaju moju bezbednost ;D, obaveštavam Vas da se više ne oseæam poèasnim graðaninom Užica. Pošto ste, takoðe, propustili priliku da budete na strani države i zakona u stoprocentnom smislu, pa ste tu ideju zamenili za inicijativu za opoziv Uredbe o proširenju zaštite na teritoriji Parka prirode Mokra Gora, obaveštavam vas da ja više nisam poèasni graðanin i zbog takvog viðenja politike. Pitanje poèasti je zamenjeno pitanjem èasti, a to sam ja i te kako u stanju da branim.
Go to most 'ethnically pure' villages on 'either side of the Drina,' and you'll see the locals praising the killers. You can even see it in the cities.
I've been to Zvornik and Mali Zvornik and the areas in Eastern Bosnia, those peasant cetniks get what they deserve.
I remember seeing a sign in a Serbian village in Eastern Bosnia on the way to Srebrenica and it said why has God abandoned us? or something to that effect, I thought the reasons were pretty obvious...
So you're saying those villages are full of nothing but people who participated in the war? How can you rationalize what they deserve? Thats a pretty funny sign because it suggests that 'god was with them' at some point. Lots of superstitious people in the region.
Catholics from the region (mostly Croats) often visit her tomb in the Roman church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli. Her tombstone features a life-size portrait with the emblems of the houses of Kotromanić and Kosača to each side. The inscription, originally written in Slavic, but in 1590 replaced with a Latin one, reads:
* Catharinae Reginae Bosnensi * Stephani ducis santi sabbae sorori * et genere Helene et domo principis * Stephani natae Thomae regis Bosane * vsori Qvanrum vixit annorum LIIII * et obdormivit Romae anno Domini * MCCCCLXXVIII dei XXV oteobris * monumentum ipsus scriptis positiv.
The memory of Queen Katarina, who was beatified after her death, is still alive in Central Bosnia, where Catholics traditionally mark October 25 with a mass in Bobovac 'at the altar of the homeland'. Some of the artifacts belonging to the Queen and the Kotromanić family were taken in 1871 by Josip Juraj Strossmayer from the Franciscan monastery in Kraljeva Sutjeska to Croatia for safekeeping until 'Bosnia is liberated'. They have never been returned.
Ive just found out Katarina Kotromanic was also part Serb. Her 6th generation great grandfather was Stefan Nemanja and she is related with the Serbian Nemanjic dynasty. Which is not weird for royal families. Also shes the 20th generation great grandmother of the Current Serbian Crown prince Aleksandar Karadjordjevic II