Skip to comments.Albanian Necrophilia (just another Albanian mass grave lie)
Posted on 06/12/2007 4:33:27 AM PDT by dj_animal_2000
And while the merry Serbs are reveling in their Prayer sweeping the Eurovision Song Contest and busy themselves with cheering their young tennis stars making a grand entrance on the international tennis scene, Albanian Muslims from Kosovo province prefer obsessing with imaginary corpses.
Kosovo Albanian separatists, famous for their engaging Nosferatu personalities, seem determined
to invent mass graves throughout Serbia, at the very start of a tourist season, where they can allege the remains of their dear KLA-terrorist fathers and sons are buried by the Serbs.
Alas, four full days of digging under the watchful eye of NATO/Albanian/Soros necromancers have failed to produce a single Albanian bone, let alone a mass grave something all of the salivating observers could have expected up front, given the abysmal Albanian record of a nation that appears completely incapable of telling the truth.
We have found nothing suspicious. This case is now closed, said Krasimir Naumov, the International Committee of the Red Cross representative, who didnt seem too happy to have his righteous indignation unceremoniously deflated
(Excerpt) Read more at juliagorin.com ...
Ping for the American-Balkan-List
So, we went to Bosnia for a lie?
As Julia Gorin eloquently denotes, we are still going to Albania for a huge LIE. She and many others have documented the proof that we practically installed and continue to support a Muslim Terrorist Government via fraud and UN complicity.
Wow be unto the USA and the Clinton/Bush crimes for this damning business.
Worse than that. For a lie, and in support of vermin who butchered along side the Nazis SS in WWII. Kosovar Albanians are the scum of the Earth.
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