To: Poundstone; SJackson; dennisw
>>>>>>>>Serb massacres of the Kosovars is so well documented that it's ridiculous to question it -- it's like questioning the Holocaust.<<<<<<<<
Sir, this is Holocaust revisionism of the worst kind.
If " Serb massacress of the Kosovars" are as factual as The Holocaust, then The Holocaust is as factual as "Serb massacres of Kosovars".
The Holocaust is fact. And we do know that "Serb massacres of the Kosovars" are mostly bogus, and that lead to conclusion that The Holocaust is bogus also. Very sly, I must admit.
Your insistence on the term "the Kosovars" even after I pointed to it's fraudulent nature has blown your cover.
You do not have an opinion, you have vicious agenda to whitewash The Holocaust. Having in mind that Kosovo Albanians were perpetrators of The Holocaust, it it understandable.
posted on 01/02/2007 9:50:00 PM PST
(Mr. President., Condy is asleep at the wheel !)
To: DTA; LjubivojeRadosavljevic
posted on 01/02/2007 10:21:10 PM PST
To: DTA; Poundstone
Let me try to give you some history (from Hudson, K. 2003).
"It is also notable that large numbers of [Kosovan] Serbs and another minority communities have departed from the province (Kosovo). As the International Committee of the Red Cross pointed out in 2000: Some 40,000 KFOR troops are present, complemented by an UN international police force in charge of enforcing the law and order. Despite this massive international presence, the Serb community and other minorities are being expelled. More than 200,000 have already left mostly for Serbia and Montenegro. For example, in 1998 UNHCR estimated that 20,000 Serbs lived in Pristina; by early 2000, the UNHCR estimated their number at around 700 to 800. Peter Gowan describes this as the result of the KLA leadership taking radical measures to consolidate their grip on the whole of Kosovo's population, pursuing a covert but very effective campaign of ethnic terror and ethnic cleansing against Serbs...Problems have also occurred within the policing of the province, and some members of the police service have been dismissed for unacceptable behavior, including victimization of minorities. As the UNHCR/OSCE Report observes: An important aspect linked to the question of policing is that of widespread reports that former members of the KLA and/or provisional members of the Kosovo Protection Corps..or persons claiming to be such, continue to be engaged in irregular and illegal policing activities."
So, what would have me do?...Trust Agim Ceku?
Just goes to show how weak their position is when their only recourse is to make bizarre comparisons .
It's hilarious really
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