"Serbia Strong", commonly known as "Remove Kebab", is a propaganda music video produced by a group of four Bosnian Serb Army soldiers--a trumpet player, an accordion player, a singer and a keyboard player--as a patriotic tribute to Radovan Karadžić, the former Bosnian-Serb politician and convicted war criminal who served as the first President of Republika Srpska during the Bosnian War between 1992 and 1996. Upon entering online circulation in 2006, the music video gained much notoriety for its nationalistic tone and spawned a large volume of parody images and videos. In March 2019, a document authored by a shooter who killed 50 people at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand referred to himself as a "kebab removalist" in reference to the meme.
The original watermarked source of the video has been then uploaded on YouTube on August 3rd, 2008 with the title "Radovan Karadzic Haag bluz". The first YouTube parody of the music video has been submitted on August 25th, 2010 featuring Team Fortress 2 characters Heavy, Scout and Engineer. Thanks to the title "REMOVE POOTIS", the music video has been also referred as Remove Kebab inspired from the copypasta text and the parody fad began to grow with the snowclone REMOVE X. On September 15, 2011, YouTuber "85552100" uploaded a flash animated parody of the music video featuring the Minecraft characters Enderman, the Human player and the pig. It gained until July 3, 2012 more than 1.583.000 views and is the most known Serbia Strong parody on YouTube.
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The song "Serbia Strong / Karadžić, Lead Your Serbs!" by Željko Grmuša is an anthem of unity and resilience for the people of Serbia and their leader, Radovan Karadžić. The lyrics evoke a call to action for the Serbs to stand and fight for their land against the Ustaše and Ottoman threats. The song celebrates the spirit of nationality and patriotism, and implores Karadžić to lead the people of Serbia in this fight for their freedom and liberty. In the chorus, the lyrics proclaim, "Karadžiću, vodi Srbe svoje, vodi Srbe svoje/Nek se vidi, nikog se ne boje, nikog se ne boje," which translates to "Karadžić, lead your Serbs/let it be seen, no one fears anyone." This is a message of solidarity and strength, which encourages the Serbs to be strong and fight for their freedom.
Question: The UN plan for Kosovo has created a fairly strong reaction in Serbia. They're asking for more time to consider it as they get their government together. But with the current climate in Serbia, how can this succeed?
But US officials and other observers stress the seeming imperviousness of Serbian strong man Slobodan Milosevic to outside pressure. With the exception of one compromise, when he pressured a Serbian leader in Croatia to allow UN forces there, President Milosevic is the kind of leader who "simply doesn't budge," a State Department official told reporters Tuesday.
"At a time of more disasters striking both in Europe and around the world, Serbia's entry into the Mechanism underscores the strong necessity and desire to work closer together for better prevention, preparedness and response ", said Christos Stylianides, EU Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management who is in Belgrade today for the signature of the agreement. 041b061a72