24 May 1999 "NATO forces this time struck at Serbia's 5 major power-transmission stations with high-explosive munitions, causing damage that could take weeks to repair.. shut off power to about 80 percent of Serbia." #blackouthttps://t.co/w5AR368zRw
3 May 1999 Nato's new weapon was dropped on 5 #power plants across #Serbia. Power was cut almost instantly across 70% of the country, blanking out military computers and radars and communications systems. Serbian civilians were ordered yesterday to conserve water and power ... https://t.co/N8sxMwC3kq
"Ursula von der Leyen's salary was 29 205 € /month. It was increased by 8.5% in July to compensate for inflation. An increase of around 2 500 € /month. Due to her diplomatic status, she is tax exempt. No end of abundance for the EU officials." + allowances https://t.co/lRWnRueFqN
@thesiriusreport Completion of the gas pipeline from Norway to Poland was announced by Poles yesterday. Completed "ahead of schedule", it is expected to be put into operation **this week** although it will take some weeks before it can operate at full capacity (1/6 NS2). Coincidence. https://t.co/MqsC7sdXfF
@RWApodcast@GraduatedBen You comment is extremely unfair since Serbia: - does not allow transit of arms - transport (of 6mth ago!) you refer to did not include weapons - is a militarily NEUTRAL country - took a principled position wrt sanctions - is a landlocked country surrounded by n*o
@IgorJaramaz "One surprisingly little known fact about Fukuyama - it's not even mentioned on his Wiki page - is that at the end of the Cold War he did a stint at the State Department's Office of Policy Planning, where he was instrumental in shaping the US strategy on German reunification"
@d_talks02 Dobro, vidim sad da nije bilo oruzje i u sustini nema osnove da predbacuje SRB-iji. Bas pokvareno da izvlaci to iz aprila. Branili i moji, 7.8 i 8.8 izasli, a s druge strane nikoga vojno sposobnog nismo imali.