Skip to comments.KOSOVO STOLEN - a banned Czech documentary
Posted on 02/21/2009 4:21:41 PM PST by Mel70
This excellent documentary was banned in Czech Republic by Czech TV, and most probably in all mainstream globalist media in western countries. It will reveal to you the horrifying story of Kosovo that nobody ever wanted to tell you... (from the description on YouTube)
For bit torrrent downloaders, you can find the complete film here: http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4540728/Stolen_Kosovo_-_created_by_famous_Czech_TV_journalist__than_bann
A friend in the military who did a couple of tours in the region. He said it would shock me to know the truth.
And here are a few more facts about the movie:
Stolen Kosovo [Uloupene Kosovo, Oteto Kosovo] is a Czech TV documentary.
State-owned Czech [TV] co-produced Vaclav Dvoraks Stolen Kosovo prior to the Czech Governments recognition of the mafia state on Serbian territory, and then banned it after that recognition.
According to the Czech daily Aktualne, representatives of Czech TV justified their refusal to show the one-hour documentary about the suffering of the Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija province by claiming the documentary is unbalanced and marked with pro-Serbian bias, and so the tone of the documentary could cause negative emotions. To which Dvorak responded that the same could be said for Holocaust documentaries, where the Nazi Germany side and views were also appropriately ignored.
The makers of Stolen Kosovo said that while the Serbian television archives were used in some segments of the film, not a penny was received from Serbia or from Serbs in the making of the documentary. At the same time, they have challenged the censors to point to a single statement, image or a segment that is incorrect or false, with no response.
The film which was first scheduled to be shown on March 17, 2008 the anniversary of the latest pogrom against Kosovo-Metohija Serbs in 2004 and than delayed until April, but has still not been aired. The Czech Government recognized Kosovo as a State May 21.
The documentarians therefore released their film on YouTube. ... and Serbian state TV (RTS) aired it a few days ago.
I’m very curious to know what he told you, and I guess I’m not the only one. When you have time, would you please give us a few details? :-)
The serbs were bombed viciously and many civilian casualties occurred. There was zero evidence of “ethnic cleansing” and it was simply a war of islamofascism against Christianity. We saved the islamofascists from the Christians who had spent too long turning the other cheek and allowing the muslim drug-runners to build a major armed force.
A different perspective: I have a dear friend, who is like a sister to me, Bosnian-Muslim: she remembers having to flee for her life because of the civil war there. The people that you grew up with, lived in your neighborhood, went to school with, had dinner at their house and played with are now shooting at you. Where is the sanity or reasoning in that./Just Asking - seoul62.......
Thank you :-)
Serbia hasn’t got the forces to retake Kosovo even if it wanted to. No Serb administration is going to go down that path.
Serbia is in the process of rebuilding itself, and in the next 75-200 years the time will once again present itself when Serbia can re-take control of its southern province.
In the meantime there are great documentaries like this one, and other wonderful Serbian myths to pass on to future generations of Serbs that will assure that not only will Kosovo remain Serbia, but in the future there will be no chance of another land grabbing attempt by the Albanians.
They haven’t got the forces. They would need air support to establish control of the region. This they haven’t got. One third of the then combat aircraft of Yugoslav Air Force was destroyed in 1999 and it hasn’t been replaced. They simply don’t have the capability to force the current KFOR forces from their positions and to hold the ground. The Serb forces if they ever attempted to move into Kosovo would simply be forced, as in 1999, to disperse and conceal their armor from NATO air power. It would render their forces completley ineffective. Kosovo is lost forever. Any attempt to re-establish control over the province by military force is always going to be seen as an act of agression. Nobody is going to come to the support of the Serbs. Even in 75-200 years from now the situation won’t have changed. No amount of day dreaming is going to chance that.
You can't be serious. Do you have any idea how often the boarders change in the Balkans?
At this point, Kfor and NATO are the least of Serbia's problems. When Serbia re-enters its southern province, Kfor and NATO will be a distant memory.
Serbs know that the independence of Kosovo was fought under false pretenses. They'll never forget it. When the time is right, Serbia will once again be complete with its southern province.
Serbia isn't going anywhere and the Albanians can't just pick the province up and move it somewhere far away from Serbia.
The early Serbian mythology around Kosvo was already firmly set in place before this latest round of stupidity coordinated by the US and NATO. In the long run, all they did by building their campaign on the lies of Racak and the scum ridden KLA is create another thick layer of Serbian mythology around its sacred province.
Can you imagine how heroic the Serb forces of 1999 are going to remembered by Serbs in 200 years knowing the passionate zeal they have for their history? This movie ain't goin' no where, and it's going to be seen by a ton of Serbs for many many years to come - and this is just one little piece.
Yes, deadly serious. It’s no use hoping that in 200 years the province will be back under Serbian administration. It’s a pipe dream. If the Serbs make a military move then they will just be seen as the agressor. No U.S. administration is going to turn a blind eye to such a projection of force. It would take another Milosovic in power to retake Kosovo using military force. The result would just be the same as in 1999. Political suicide for that Serb administration and Serbia bombed once again. Yes, in hearts and minds Kosovo will always be part of Serbia, but the realities is that it is never going to happen.
How long do you think the American people are going to put up with such a terrible waste of their hard earned money? Do you really believe the American people are so stupid that they'd continue to support scum bag terrorists like the KLA for hundreds of years? That's really selling our people short. I think the American people are much smarter than what you're giving them credit for. They won't tolerate this sort of completely idiotic foreign policy forever.
Eventually American forces are going to get sick of sinking more money into the money pit that is Kosovo, and they're going to leave. Americans are not stupid. They'll eventually figure out the truth and leave Kosovo to its rightful owners - The Serbs.
Assuming America and its citizens would tolerate the US occupying another country for hundreds of years that is of no strategic interest to it, is a very thinly veiled insult towards all Americans.
You really need to watch the video that this is linked at the top of this thread. After all, it is the subject of the thread.
The U.S. would have to go into a period of isolationism for that to happen. Serbia is completely hamstrung over Kosovo and will be even more so in the future. The U.N. isn’t going to abandon it and the U.S. certainly isn’t going to pull out of the U.N. NATO as an organisation isn’t going anywhere, despite all the doomsayers wanting it to break up and fail.
The situation will still be the same in years to come. Any military move on Serbia’s part, even in the future, is simply going to turn it back into a pariah state. It won’t be long until Serbia is a member of the European Union and in years to come Serbia will probably be a fully fledged NATO member.
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