Beogradski sindikat and Etno grupa “Trag” – Next year in Prizren 6996 Views October 29, 2018 Watch List The Saker Make sure to press the “cc” button to see the English-language subtitles The Essential Saker IV: Messianic Narcissism's Agony by a Thousand Cuts Order Now The Essential Saker III: Chronicling The Tragedy, Farce And Collapse of the Empire in the Era of Mr MAGA Order Now Tagged Beogradski sindikatEtno grupa "Trag"KosovoSerbia
“What is sacred, can never be lost….
Because the prophecy still lives in us— Kosovo’s pledge that will last forever”
The empire will lose. The eternal flame will never be extinguished, by this evil.
Next year in Prizren!
“Neither bombs nor elections can erase Lazar, as long as the new generation is growing up on his myth…” Powerful words and proof why Vucic and his ‘partners’ will never be successful in surrendering our holy land Kosovo & Metohija… Next year in Knin; Next year in Prizren!
Thank you for sharing Saker :)
is that Lazarus ? In the New Testament ?
The other one.
That’s a gorgeous video – thanks Saker – I know so little about Serbia and Kosovo – is the Milo that song talks about – the former president that died of poison before he could testify ?
Thank you for your genuine interest. The names of the heroes mentioned in the song, date back to the 14th century. Specifically , the battle of Kosovo Polje (1389), when the Serbian army, greatly outnumbered (approx. 40,000 vs. 100,000+) , fought a devastating battle against the invading Ottoman Empire. While the Serbs technically won the battle, both armies were completely destroyed. Serbian King Lazar and Ottoman sultan Murad were both killed in battle. Serbian knight, Milos Obilic, (Milos referred to in the song) is credited and honored as the man who killed the Sultan.
Thirty years before the Ottoman invasion, the Serbian empire stretched throughout southeastern Europe, including modern day Croatia, Albania, Bosnia, Bulgaria and Greece. It was one of the great powers of Europe, in the Middle Ages. Following the death of Czar Dusan, in 1355, the Serbian empire was fractured and divided up between rival Serbian nobility . King Lazar, head of the largest Serbian principality, fearing a Muslim invasion, from the south, rallied a number of the large Serbian houses to gather at Kosovo field, as a “last stand” of the Christian Serbs against the Muslim invaders. It is said that he made a pledge to the lord, that Kosovo will always be Christian. He cursed any Serbian man and his descendants, to an eternity of shame and suffering if they did not fight to defend Kosovo.
Though it took decades more, for the Ottomans to reassemble an army, to finally conquer Serbia, The Serbs justifiably consider the battle as a defeat and the official end of the Serbian empire. Kosovo had been the spiritual cradle of Serbian Christian civilization since the sixth century (Some say much earlier). What followed was centuries of slavery and persecution of the Serbian nation, by the Ottoman Turks. It wasn’t officially until 1889, that Serbia freed Kosovo from Ottoman occupation.
The four S’s (backward Latin C’s) and a Christian cross still adorn the Serbian flag, centuries later. It stands for “only Unity and the cross, Saves the Serbs”. An eternal reminder to the Serbs what was lost when divided.
Hope this helps a little with context. Btw, in the video that crazed blond thrashing and that weirdo rubbing his bare chest, is from a video by Rita Ora, an Albanian performer of Gangster rap. Pure filth. They filmed the video in a centuries old Serbian church that Albanians destroyed and desecrated.
“Btw, in the video that crazed blond thrashing and that weirdo rubbing his bare chest, is from a video by Rita Ora, an Albanian performer of Gangster rap. Pure filth. They filmed the video in a centuries old Serbian church that Albanians destroyed and desecrated.”
It’s not actually Rita Ora but another peroxide-platinum blond Albanian “performer” called Era Istrefi. Equally vulgar, though.
Hvala SB. Always appreciated.
Wou! – glad you picked it up!
Another song of their, that I would recommend for consideration, would be “The System lies you” (Beogradski Sindikat – Sistem te laže) – pure anti-globalist lyrics, without nationalistic focus – so, it created interesting south-Slavic cohesion (observable in comments). The video currently has 29.6 million views, which is somewhat above population of SFRJ – Yugoslavia (Socialistic Federal Republic of). I’ve translated the lyrics and made some cross-cultural remarks – if you are interested I would search my old hard for it.
“Ako misliš da si s’ nama – ruke gore, BS! BS!
ako kažeš nisi s’nama lezi dole! ruke gore!”
“Ako misliš da si s’ nama – ruke gore, BS! BS!
ako kažeš nisi s’nama lezi dole! lezi dole!”
I’m ashamed by my mistake in texting the legendary Belgrade Syndicate chorus – we all associate with their work. Please, allow me to provide correction, thanks.
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