Graffiti conversation between nationalists and anti-nationalists opposite Gracanica Monastery: the nationalist writing includes "Kosovo... Crbja [Srbja] [Kosovo (is part of)... Serbia]", "narod bira a ne mira [the (Serbian) nation chooses (to be) without peace]" and "CCCC (Cvi Crbi Ce Cereju [Only Unity Saves Serbs])" (in the form of fire-steels around a cross); the anti-nationalist writing includes the name of the primary Serb protest organisation, "Otpor" and its English translation, "Resistance", too.
[Updated on the 22nd of November 2006]
Apparently, I should have read "CCCC [SSSS]" as "Samo Sloga Srbina Spasava", which means "Only Unity Saves Serbs", rather than as "Svi Srbi Se Sereju", which according to one friend, Sabina, means, "All Serbs are Shitting Themselves", but which according to another, Nikola, means nothing (because the last word means nothing).
[Updated on the 14th of January 2007]
Marko added that:
"Narod bira a ne Mira" means "the people choses, not Mira (Markovic)". Mira Markovic is the wife of Slobodan Milosevic. Consequently, this would presumably also be an anti-nationalist grafitti. CCCC stands for "Samo Sloga Srbina Spasava" and not "svi srbi se sereju" (which could mean something like all Serbs are shitheads - it's not correct serbo-croatian).