Petrit Selimi on Mon, 10 Apr 2000 12:48:34 +0200 (CEST)

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[Nettime-bold] Fw: <nettime> Letter from Pristina

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From: Petrit Selimi <>
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Sent: Sunday, April 09, 2000 10:39 PM
Subject: Re: <nettime> Letter from Pristina

> I don't want to participate in the game who-has-suffered-most, a game
> is never ending in Balkans. Amnesty International, Helsinki Watch, UN
> Commission for Human Rights, etc, they all have their reports from Kosovo
> covering the years since Milosevic came to power. These reports will show
> anyone who has open eyes the evil system of apartheid, Milosevic has
> in Kosovo during last 10 years. As for your ridiculous insistence that
> are no proofs of Serbian atrocities in Kosovo, I will leave the matter and
> the argumentation to the Hague War Crime Tribunal. It has already indicted
> most of your leaders for genocide and crimes against humanity. I don't
> anything to add to that, other than to suggest you to take a trip inside
> Kosovo. What you'll see are good enough proofs of why exactly have your
> leaders been indicted.
> Mrs. Doncheva,
> I have no more wish or strength to reply to your rather hateful emails.
> are apparently one of those brain-washed and brain-dead nationalists. I
> will, however,  give you an advice: please when you write to public
> audiences at least try not to sound like some crazy Slav nationalist. You
> are only confirming the prejudices the world got about you guys from the
> stupid Hollywood movies.
> I am not going to continue this specific debate with you anymore. I will
> open, as always, to participate in any other discussions about Kosovo in
> this forum.
> Sincerely,
> Petrit

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