Arthur Bueno on Sat, 27 Nov 1999 21:18:10 +0100

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>Date: Fri, 26 Nov 1999 21:38:09 +0100
>From: Branislav Bajagic <bbajaga@EUnet.yu>
>I don't know whether the lists I am sending bellow can help,
>you will see it better:
> (Sustainable Strategies)
>I have been in the contact with lot of people during the NATO
>bombing Yugoslavia and know that lot of people in the western
>countries are against the any war.
>I think that the best way for anti war struggle is TOURISM. Tourists
>are against wars and they avoid to visit countries with the war in
>the vicinity. If foreign tourists would know that our people is honest,
>amicable, and that don't hate any other - they would not believe
>in what their government and media tell them, and it will not be
>I have made one presentation under the title TOURISM IN THE 21.
>CENTURY, please visit it at and
>would like that as much as possible people see it in order to find
>people can not make such atrocities and ethnical cleansing as
>foreign media have transcribed to us.
>If I can help I'll do it in any case.
>Best regards,
>Branislav Bajagic
>>Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 10:12:23 +0100
>>From: "Mihajlo Acimovic" <>
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>>Subject: Syndicate: contacts wanted/traze se kontakti
>>Organization: Angelfire (
>>Precedence: bulk
>>There are more than a few activists in Vienna, Austria, including myself,
>>who are looking for contacts in Serbia, Montenegro, Vojvodina and
>>Macedonia. The reason is war. We have all been actively engaged in antiwar
>>activities, in the past. Now, there is the possiblity of one or more wars
>>breaking out in these territories, within less than a year. We do not know
>>if this will happen or not and we will not waste our time on guessing. But
>>if something like that would happen, we would remain connected by email
>>only to activists in Serbia and to some people in Vojvodina and Macedonia
>>who aren`t really regular about writing reports and/or aren`t very engaged
>>in direct antiwar opposition. The first most important thing is to have
>>communication. We need people who will be there to tell us what (they
>>think) is going on, around the clock, without being payed for it. Also, if
>>war or something similar happens, we want to know this on day one and to
>>immediately have an antiwar press release!
>> going out, signed by people from each of the
>>In case there are any
>>actions and initiatives going on there, we want to know, so we can support
>>them from here (public presentation, maybe fundraising also).
>>We also need to know how sharp is the situation, what is happening with
>>existing/possible social conflicts, etc.
>>This initiative is just starting out. There are nice people, plenty of
>>initiative and good will. They need someone to talk to. Will you answer?
>>in the name of everybody
>>Mihajlo Acimovic
>>Vienna, October 24th, 1999.

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