Skip to comments.The West’s Fatal Mistake: We Are All Serbs Now
Posted on 02/20/2008 2:45:49 PM PST by Bokababe
Today, one day after Kosovos unilateral declaration of independence, the United States and the major European countries rushed to recognize Kosovos independence. George Bush hailed Kosovos bold and historic bid for statehood. Five years ago, Mr Bush invaded Iraq and began operation Iraqi freedom. He toppled Saddam Hussein in order to get rid of a rogue regime, one of the members of the axis of evil. Five years later, Mr Bush is saddling Europe with a new rogue state.
Surely, Mr Bush knows that al-Qaeda fighters were involved in driving the Serbs from Kosovo in the late 1990s. The Jerusalem Post reported in 1998 that the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) was provided with financial and military support from Islamic countries, and had been bolstered by hundreds of Iranian fighters or mujahedin [some of whom] were trained in Osama bin Ladens terrorist camps in Afghanistan. There is more proof of involvement of the KLA of the (then and current) Kosovar leader Hashim Thaçi, nicknamed the Snake, with al-Qaeda than there was of the Iraqi Baath regime of the late Saddam Hussein.
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Do you think this is Bush’s payback to Europe for it’s hatefest the past several years? We’re busy out there taking care of real terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan while the know nothings in Europe give us hell for doing what also benefits them. Could be that revenge is a dish best served cold.
It seems that the State Department is calling the shots rather than the president and THAT really sucks.
As much as I like LittleGreenFootballs, Charles seems to have a mad-on about Brussels Journal, so I’m not sure what he’d say about this. But I think we just made a big mistake here with Kosovo.
I think that my next screen name is going to "Bushfatigued"!
Facilitating the emergence of a new muslim state in Europe is just stupid. Militarily intervening in a civil war with the object of depriving a nation of its own sovereign territory was beyond outrageous. I couldn’t believe Bush, Jr. and many Republicans jumped on the bandwagon supporting Clinton’s involvement in that travesty. I really can’t believe the West can be so ignorant as to cede the the right side of this black and white affair to Russia and China.
Kosovo is going to be Europe's Atzlan.
I expect there will be a loud “separation” movement in the southwest US any time now.
We in the “right” would also be opposed to an American war against Serbia and Russia: It would be very interesting as we could see (depending on how Israel) comes out in this scenario neo-cons and paleo-cons and all other conservatives against islamic radicalism allied with the ‘peace-movement’.
This isn’t ignorance. It’s about oil & money. Muslim countries have oil & money for campaign contributions to US politicians. Kosovo Albanians have money from sex slavery and selling Europe its drugs for campaign contributions. The rest of us with no oil, who plow the straight and narrow with real jobs just can’t compete and fill their campaign troughs the way that oil and drugs can.
In case you haven’t noticed, Muslims are using our addictions against us
Hopefully soon I say. Never good to let a festering boil...you know...boil.
Read this. This is what it is all about.
"Independence" of Kosovo could not happen without eager support of large European countries like Germany, France, Italy. It is not a "US only" affair.
I only know the issue well enough to realize the Serbs are good people and see the magnitude of the injustice. Undoubtedly there is a healthy mix of corruption involved.
And thus it begins. The cat is out of the bag. In twenty years Aztlan, in thirty Canada Nueva.
Another US supported and recognized stronghold for al-Qaeda is established.
Will Detroit and Hamtramck be next?
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