Skip to comments.The Farce of our Kosovo Mission
Posted on 08/07/2007 10:58:13 AM PDT by Bokababe
After my article exposing the farce of our Kosovo mission ran in American Legion Magazine last month, I heard from a soldier in Kosovo who was incredulous that someone was actually and finally talking about the region. I proceeded to publish two letters from him in this space, about his experiences and observations there, some of which confirm the free run that jihadists have in Kosovo, the fact that Albanians are being radicalized, and the notion that we should not have intervened in Kosovo as we did. Only there since November, the National Guard soldier stopped short of confirming the ethnic cleansing and slow genocide of Kosovos Christians that Ive described in my articles.
Unfortunately for the deniers, the facts are also now chronicled in a book by a UN worker, entitled Hiding Genocide in Kosovoa Crime Against God and Humanity. ....
(Excerpt) Read more at frontpagemag.com ...
And their list of enemies reflects that - it's not just the local muslims the Serbs are perpetually pissed off at - they've got beefs with the non-Muslim Albanians, the Croats, the Slovenes, the Germans, the Hungarians, the Romanians, and now, the Macedonians and the Montenegrins.
Given the Serb way, vs. that chosen by, say, the French and Germans, the Serbs are more victims of their long memories than anything else.
We are still in Kosovo??
I distinctly recall clinton saying we would be there 6 months.
my only experience with Germany was during the ‘72 Olympics in Munich. The dark beer, sausage and oompa music is a lasting memory.
Re#10 Yep. I more I learned about it (e.g. the “ethnic cleansing” lies) the sicker I got. And as you note, WWII allies to boot....
"Grappa" is actually orginally Italian and is famously made in the Veneto region around Venice, where I will be next month. Serbs also have a version of it called, "Lozovac". Great stuff -- and if you started with wine and go to grappa, it won't make you sick from "mixing drinks" since both are made from grapes!
Yes, and he also said, "I did NOT have sexual relations with that woman!"
And we continue to back our ethnic cleansing of Kosovo Christians”:
AKI Kosovo: UN official sparks Serb protest for decision on usurped
Mon Aug 6, 2007 3:42 pm (PST)
http://www.adnkrono s.com/AKI/ English/Politics /?id=1.0. 1183488742
ADN KRONOS INTERNATIONAL (ITALY)
Kosovo: UN official sparks Serb protest for decision on usurped property
Belgrade, 6 August (AKI) - The chief of the United Nations administration in
Kosovo (Unmik) Joachim Ruecker has triggered a wave of protests by Belgrade
officials and Kosovo Serbs for suspending a decree on the return of usurped
property to their legal owners.
Ruecker, who has wide arbitrary powers in Kosovo, which has been under UN
control since 1999, last October ordered a special commission for the return
of property to process some 25,000 cases of usurped property.
But last week he abruptly suspended the decision.
Ruceker said the suspension was of temporary nature, because there was no
agreement between all interested parties - in particular the Kosovo
government and the international community on how to handle the problem.
Over 200,000 Serbs have fled Kosovo since the province was put under UN
control and their apartments, homes and land have in most cases been seized
by the provinces majority ethnic Albanian community.
Serbian deputy minister for Kosovo, Dusan Prorokovic, said Ruecker’s
decision was “scandalous” and the worst taken by the UN administration in
the past seven years.
“This decision in the first place violates the right to private property,
which is inviolable everywhere in the world, and secondly it awards the
usurpers from whom illegally usurped property now can’t be taken away by
legal means,” Prorokovic told Belgrade media.
He said Belgrade should take diplomatic and political action, and even press
criminal charges against Ruecker “for gross violation of international
principles and norms”.
A Kosovo Serb leader Goran Bogdanovic said Ruecker’s decision would further
encourage ethnic Albanian “extremist elements to continue the usurpation of
Serbian property to show who is the real boss in Kosovo and that there is no
room for Serbs”.
Another Kosovo Serb leader, Marko Jaksic, said Ruecker was continuing his
“anti-Serb policies which should pave the way for the creation of an
independent state of Kosovo”.
Most Western powers, headed by the United States, support Kosovo
independence, demanded by majority ethnic Albanians, but the plan has been
blocked by a threat of a Russian veto in the UN Security Council and new
talks on Kosovo status should be held later this month.
Uh, yeah, sure. Tell that to the Christianis in Kosovo who are terrorized on a routine basis (when they aren't killed first).
Oh, and we'll see just how stable Kosovo will be as the radicialization continues unabated.
Hopeless likes to carve up small animals in his spare time -- it's just in his sadistic fascist nature, as a neocon on steroids!
Yes, we will.
And when Serbian rhetoric suffers a complete dislocation with reality, as it has in Bosnia, I expect you and your friends will continue your propaganda offensive nonetheless.
The news media constant drumming on the civil war issue in Kosovo made it necessary for President Clinton to intervene in order to keep their favor during difficult PR times for him.
Now that my cat has left...
Does anyone anywhere seriously doubt that stealing Kosovo from Serbia nad giving it to Islamic ethnic cleansers of Christians fromt eh region is somehow a good idea?
Teh Muzzy have burned hundreds of Chruches to the ground while the world did nothing, and yet, in another brainiac move, somehow they should be rewarded for doing that by granting them Sovereignty?
Are these folks so stupid that they forget to breath in the morning and their momma’s gotta give them CPR before their day starts at 11:00 am?
It's pretty much been relegated to a cottage industry at this point.
So, it’s not the size of the problem that should prompt action or inaction, it should be the principles of our construction that should govern our involvement.
And exactly what does that have to do with the fact that Nato has helped create a radicalized Islamic enclave in Europe?
Translation: “When Serbs agree and bow-down to Islamofascists, it will aaaaall be just OK”
Other than the fact that the K-Albanians aren't radicalized Islamics, you mean?
Or were you referring to the Bosnians, who also continue to fail to fit the jihadist paradigm Serbs still try to apply to them?
You can continue to try and confuse Anbar with Kosovo, or Bosnia with Waziristan, but our experience in both places gives the lie to your paradigm.