And one must agree with Thaci, but not for the same reasons. After the "Great Air Campaign over Kosovo" in June of 1999, anyone other than an ethnic Albanian ran for their lives, either out of Kosovo or into one of the huddled enclaves sparsely populated by the threatened minority Serb, Gorani, or Roma. For the first years the UN would not admit that there was an organized plan to kill or expel the remaining Serbs. Thaci is right: the UN did (and does) sleep and watch while the elderly and young who had stayed in Kosovo were slaughtered in their homes or fields. The blasting of churches, a common occurrence. The US and the UN watched while UCPMB/KLA lay seige to southern Serbia: all done under the eyes of US and UN troops. Of course, Thaci does not lament any of this. What is the solution to the catastrophe of Kosovo? The warrior Thaci, a statesman? Leading Kosovo into the future? He still needs to answer for the Serb killings at Orahovac and Glodjane in 1998.
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