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1389 was the year of the Battle of Kosovo. The Serbian army, along with some allies, under the leadership of Prince Saint Lazar, knowing that they were about to die, sacrificed themselves to fight the Turkish invasion to a standstill. Their sacrifice prevented much of Europe from being overrun at that time. In their honor, I have chosen 1389 as the name of this blog, and as my nom de guerre.

For the record:

  • 1389 Blog – Antijihadist Tech is a team blog. There are several blog authors and admins, including both men and women.
  • 1389 is the founder and primary admin. 1389 is a female.
  • Articles authored by someone other than 1389 will be identified as such. Look for a byline, a category tag identifying the author, or an external link to the source of the article.

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1 Santa Sa November 7, 2014 at 9:05 am

Why don’t you identify yourself with your full name ?
Are you afraid of being ashamed in your immediate surroundings, among your friends, maybe even denounced by family ?
How can I trust your rant when you are hiding behind stupid “nickname” ? You are simply not trustworthy if you are afraid of introducing yourself properly ! 😕
You need to acknowledge that you are real person with real convictions, willing to share your name in a same way as you are willing to share your convictions !
Everything else is just infantile clatter. 🙄

2 1389 November 7, 2014 at 10:37 am

I ran a mailing list for a long time under my real name. I can no longer do so because my family is in too much danger.

In person, in face-to-face dealings, I identify myself as a Serbian Orthodox Christian and explain what this is all about.

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