Six hundred years ago, Europeans were fighting an aggressive Islamic expansion into Europe. Brave Christian knights held off the Ottomans until 1459 when the conquest was finally complete. One hundred years ago, Europe was in the middle of World War I. On 28th June 1914 shots fired by Gavrilo Princip that killed the evil, anti-Semitic, Austro-Hungarian occupier Archduke Ferdinand was the trigger which ignited the Balkan powder keg. Serbs paid a terrible price to be on the winning side. In the 1990’s, fighting to save the Non-Aligned and Socialist ideal of Yugoslavia and against Islamofascist terrorists was considered a war crime, Serbs again paid heavily with Southern Serbia occupied by NATO since 1999. Will EUristan/Europe learn its lesson from the Serbian tragedy or are we doomed to repeat it?