Skip to comments.Anti-Serb programs in Kosovo
Posted on 04/21/2005 3:34:18 AM PDT by Doctor13
Greek Foreign Minister Panayiotis Molyviatis wrote in these pages March 25, "A return to the pre-1999 status quo is no longer a realistic option. Kosovo must remain multiethnic."
With all due respect, Mr. Molyviatis is way off base. "Remain multiethnic"? Multiethnicity in Kosovo died when President Clinton supported Osama bin Laden's Kosovo Liberation Army, an army of which The Washington Times' own Jerry Seper wrote in May 1999, "Some members of the Kosovo Liberation Army, which has financed its war effort through the sale of heroin, were trained in terrorist camps run by international fugitive Osama bin Laden."
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What is in store for the rest of Europe
It started as a big, fat lie and continued as a big, fat lie to the present day. EU is complicit in this crime.
You mean all the Serb bodies they found a recently? Killed by the KLA thugs you're shilling for?
"Remain multiethnic" really means, remain under the control of Muslim warlords
No more Shqip? I can't tell you how sad I am 'cause I'm having a tough time pulling that emotion up right at this very moment.
Classic Balkans logic. The guy made a point about the thousands of Albanians killed and missing from the Serb ethnic cleansing and you called him a shill for the KLA.
Your words do not compare well with reality. The man at the podium is President Rugova of Kosovo--he is a Catholic and pacifist. Immediately to the left is Prime Minister Hardinaj. As a former KLA commander & indicted warcriminal, he may be called a "warlord", with the caveat that more than any previous Kosovar prime minister he has reached out to minorities and pushed for security implementation of security standards--zero dead Serbs on his watch in office. As to religion, he is best characterized as a MINO--has not darkened the door of a mosque lately.
BTW, you may also note that these "Muslim warlords" are giving their press conference in front of a Christmas tree.
Uh, he WAS a shill for the KLA - the inflated numbers he was spouting were straight from KLA talking points.
Sorry, the OTHER GUY quote is correct--there are about 6,500 Albanian dead or missing from the conflict and about 1,800 non-Albanians (mostly Serbs, but some Roma & Ashkaeli & Gorani as well).
As for the hundreds of Kosovo Albanian bodies hidden in mass graves inside Serbia proper:
An ethnic Albanian girl weeps next to the coffin with the remains of her father during a funeral in Gjakova, west of the Pristina, April 22, 2005. Thousands of ethnic Albanians mourned their 14 relatives and co-villagers, who were killed by the Serbian security forces six years ago in Gjakova, during the reburial ceremony on Friday. More than 800 bodies were exhumed in 2001 from mass graves near Belgrade and in eastern Serbia. The Serb authorities are slowly returning the bodies to Kosovo.
Only with your creative accounting:
Apply the Albanian/non-Albanian missing ratio to the dead
But we've seen enough of that over the last six years to see right through it - especially in conjunction with the thousands of dead Serbs recently discovered.
Tell it to someone else - we're not buying your nonsense here.
Fantasies abound in the Balkans. Some of them find their way onto Free Republic.
Now, Dirtboy, your inability to marshal any facts to support your side of the Kosovo argument is duly noted. But there's still time to prove you are a not just an emotional shill for mass murderers. Back up your claim about "thousands of dead Serbs recently discovered".
I'll help you with links to the places most congenial to such claims; Serbianna and the Orwellian-named Slobodan Milosevic Freedom Center. Based on the quality of your posts, you are probably already familiar with both.
This from a guy who engaged in pure conjecture and extrapolation to marshall his side of the argument. What a joke.
I'll be back with the links about the Serbs - not that it will change your spin, just that it will discredit you further.
How's your project doing?
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