I am presently posting from the Oklahoma State University (Oklahoma City) library, because my computer has been hit with serious malware. It came from a FaceBook “friend.” Here is the story.
Avatar of Mарко Бајчета
A person using the name Mарко Бајчета appeared on my chat box, late Friday afternoon. I assumed it was one of my Serbian friends, from the cyrillic letters. (It did not occur to me at the moment that Albanians and other Balkan groups use the same alphabet.) “Marko” just said “hi,” and then asked if I wanted a laugh. I said, “If it’s clean!” He then presented this address: http://18.104.22.168/1378496968. Then said he would be gone for an hour, but would be back. (I don’t pay very close attention to what’s happening on my facebook, and tend to race through things. Also, I’m quite naive when it comes to attackers. I’m sure this is abundantly clear.)
The address to me to a YouTube page, or what appeared to be a YouTube page. It already and many views, and many comments from well-known friends of mine (from FaceBook). It was obviously a spoof, by the title, but, I’ve been lampooned before, at it really can be funny, so, I was game. However, before I could view the “YouTube” clip, I had to download some new Adobe updates. That is where the malware was transferred to my computer-when I clicked on the download.
I can’t get any technical help until later this week. From what I have learned, this is a new malware that Microsoft Security doesn’t even recognize yet. It has to be ripped out by the roots, manually. All part of the respectable profession of hacking. Like the mafia, like the drug cartels, hacking is an established business. The government makes no effort to remove it, or to end it. the government rather uses it. It is just another political tool.
But, I thought it was important to identify such a sub-species as Mарко Бајчета, at http://www.facebook.com/#!/marko.bajceta. A Serbian friend thought it might have been an Albanian, since I have taken a strong stand for Serbia. I might have made some serious enemies among the Albanian activists. Then, however, she said she believe Mарко Бајчета is a Croatian fascist. This she concluded from looking at his FaceBook page.
In either case, I’m not sure what to say. I have nothing against Albanians, Croations, or any other Balkan group. I find them all fascinating. I’ve written positively about an Albanian author in the past. I think the whole Kosovo story is absolutely shameful, and I am offended by the Albanian action. I am inennarrably embarrassed that the United States (both Clinton and Bush) supported the international robbery of Serbian territory by the Albanian Muslims. But, I have no personal aversion to any Balkan. I have aversion to Muslim values.
When I was teaching as OSU-OKC (1996-2001), I remember a young student, a Bosnian Muslim who attended one of my classes. She was a blonde, blue-eyed girl. She was actually a local celebrity, having been interviewed extensively on OKC TV (channel 4). I was most interested in her. I did not understand the Serbian situation at the time. All I knew is what the lying liberal media had presented to the world: Serbia was the bad guy.
How wrong that turned out to be. When I learned the truth, I took a stand with Serbia. I believe in nationhood. Serbia is perhaps
“the last of the Mohicans” in Europe, certainly in Eastern Europe. White, Christian, and determined to remain such, Serbia such be supported by every other white Christian nation in the world. Serbia has a right to preserve and to protect Serbia. No other nation has a right to destroy who and what Serbia is.
In any case, the malware I received, for whatever reason, shall be lifted shortly. In the mean time, the Balkan hackers will have to deal with OSU-OKC security. (Hey, Oklahomans can be naive–and liberal. Maybe they’ll want to hire some of these bacterial knaves–who devise mischief on their beds. In other words, these malevolent characters lay awake at night thinking up ways to wreak havoc. May they all be tortured in the dark, as well! Oh, let me re-phrase that: may they become aware of how miserable they are, and decide to change their ways.)