Skip to comments.1389: Saint Tsar Lazar, after the Battle of Kosovo
Posted on 06/14/2020 7:48:58 PM PDT by CheshireTheCat
On this date (by the Julian calendar then in use) in 1389, Stefan Lazar Hrebeljanovic thats Tsar Lazar to you led the armies of Moravian Serbia against the expanding Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Kosovo. The Serbs were defeated thereby plunging, in the national mythology, into a half-millennium of Turkish domination. Lazar was supposedly* captured and beheaded.
For a generation, Lazar had firmed up his authority as the most significant Serbian autocrat outside the Ottoman orbit. The gravity of that orbit, however, grew more powerful with each passing year; soon, it would devour Byzantium
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Kosovo is Serbia!
The Serbian Orthodox Church celebrates Vidovdan on June 28, which is June 15 on the Old Calendar.
All martyrs who have given their lives for Serbia are also remembered on that day.
“Kosovo is Serbia!”
Was, but the Serbs didn’t bother having kids, and so the Muslims went from a minority to 90% of the population...and Serbia was needed by the Dems and their Republican butt-lickers as a safe punching bag - so Serbia lost.
There’s a lesson there.
HUGE LESSON - but we (collectively) sat on our asses and did nothing when this crap was happening all through Western society.
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