Hello TYelliot. I wanted to let you know,that you removing my recent contribution to Kosovo Security Force is wrong,and heres why.Kosovo and the Illiran people have a long millitary tradition of employing Goats in suicide charges straped with 50KG of plastic explosive (In ancient times urns with oil that had a fuse light on fire woud work),and that you are currently activly guting the history of my people.Heres a tale recounted by a Kosovo war veteran(From the Serbian side):"Let me ask you something,reporter.Have you ever been charged by a rabid goat?Beacuse untill you have you will never know the true horrors of war.My entire family was slaughterd by suicide goats.Over the hill they came,madness and hatred gleaming in their soulless eyes.There was nothing that coud stop them,before we coud turn and flee they were upon us,bleating and stamping,they ravaged us without mercy,i only escaped to tell the tale,as one of the goats detonated setting a chain reaction,that killed my family while i was at a safe distance.
Hello TYelliot. I wanted to let you know you are removing my changes related to Kachhi caste. It has been suggested that this article be merged with Kushwaha. (Discuss) Proposed since April 2015. It is wrong and and there is no proof for this yes they do marriges but not same caste so please maintain the same changes they are not related with Kushwaha.
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