Talk:Balkan NPOV page/proposals for NPOV pages/Regional template for Balkan countries
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- Kosovo is a State. Is not a member of UN. (attribut A)
- Serbia is a State. Is member of UN (attribut A + B)
- Republika Srpska is NOT State. (attribute C)
Your personal problematic about Kosovo is "if Kosovo is a State", but the Wikipedia problematic is "if Kosovo is member of UN".
Logical: Let we say A=State; B=member of UN ; and C=A part of a A
Now. With your logic A=C. This will never work. It is against the rules.
And I must remember you that Kosovo region is larger thane territory of Republic Kosovo!!! Sandzak and parts of Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Albania are part of Kosovo region. This areas are historical, cultural, economical and geographical in Balkan. You are forgetting that Kara-dag (South Serbia today, "goranci" - Goran people and mix population of this part of ballkan), it was part of the Kosovo for more thane 1900 years (see Dardania, Kosovo Vilaet).--Hipi Zhdripi 18:17, 5 April 2008 (UTC)
Upss!!! See the literatur in serbian lang. "PUTOVANJE PO NOVU SRBIJU" or this in englisch :[* The roots of ethnic cleansing in Kosovo. Early twentieth-century documents]--Hipi Zhdripi 18:20, 5 April 2008 (UTC)
The rules of making encyclopedia's 
The rules of making encyclopedia's as unit is to have one logic. If the articles about USA we present as Stat, thane the Glob of Earth must be present in Stats borders. If we present as countries then Glob of Earth must be present by this logic. If we present as regions, then then Glob of Earth must be present by this logic. But not jumping from one logic to logic and at the end has no sens.
You are like some mathematics's witch thing that in nature is 1+1=2. This is a agreement between the mathematical logic to explain the nature. You are forgetting the sens of Encyclopedia and you are proposing Ala-Balkan (Bakshish) logic to Wikipedia.--Hipi Zhdripi 19:05, 5 April 2008 (UTC)
Clean propaganda at the sr.Wikipedia. This is more effective as your proposals for NPOV. This is going to "avoid potential problems".--Hipi Zhdripi 19:10, 5 April 2008 (UTC)