Wednesday, November 14, 2012

National Guard Guns Aimed at Serbs in Service of Albanian Mafia

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This past September 11th, Western leaders hailed the “fully” and “irreversibly” independent Kosovo—still unrecognized by most UN members—for achieving additional “full independence.” The International Steering Group’s Civilian Office, which had the power to block laws or ministerial appointments, closed shop, and Dutch international rep Pieter Feith gave a speech in Albanian which concluded that “Kosovo has realistic prospects” for EU membership.
The ISG explained its decision to grant Serbia’s Albanian separatists this fuller full autonomy, by citing the region’s “clear support of a democratic and multi-ethnic state.” President Obama said Kosovo has made "significant progress," parroting Kosovo “prime minister” Hashim Thaci, who said that “Kosovo has made significant progress…in building the institutions of a modern, multi-ethnic, inclusive and democratic state." Always on hand to promote the American-made Muslim state of Kosovo, The Wall St. Journal praised Obama’s praise and rhapsodized in typical Slavophobic tones how in 1999 President Clinton “bypassed the United Nations and sent in the U.S. Air Force…President Bush stood up to Russian bluster and European ambivalence to push for its independence.…though Serbia and Russia have tried to undermine it.” The editorial closed with a straight-faced reference to something that elicits snickers among those in the know: “The capital, Pristina, has streets named after Bush and Clinton.”
The disconnect between Kosovo on paper and Kosovo reality is what happens when U.S. bureaucrats, relying on American disinterest, distance, and short memories, are able to operate in the shadows and birth what international observers have called a mafia statelet run by an “ethnic tyranny,” with an economy based on international aid and heroin.
Yet nary an “expert” could be found who wasn’t in sync with the official mantras. Deutsche Welle’s choice of foot soldier was “Balkan expert” Norbert Mappes-Niediek: “You're independent when you comport yourself as such. And that's what Kosovo has done,” he said. Being an expert, Mappes-Niediek also said there probably wouldn’t be a military offensive by KFOR (NATO’s Kosovo force) against the last of the resisting Serbs of northern Kosovo, not only because more talks are ahead but because “it would cause 40-50,000 people to flee.”
KFOR_Serbs_building_new_road_Nov_2011And yet at this moment—indeed since July 2011—our National Guard soldiers, in conjunction with German, Austrian, Hungarian, Croatian and other Axis allies, have their guns trained on the reluctant Serbs, in preparation for a final solution to the “northern problem.”
B92: KFOR: We'll shoot; Serbs start building new road (Nov. 2011)
The climate has turned explosive as the police—stocked with former KLA terrorists—have been given increased autonomy, which on June 28th they used to harass, undress, drag and beat Serbian pilgrims coming to the Patriarch’s liturgy on St. Vitus Day.
  On August 23rd KFOR seized one of the last barricades the Serbs had put up (against the ‘official’ border crossings they’re to use), arresting two people and pointing guns at the rest, who made a disciplined retreat and set up another roadblock.
German_Peacekeepers_secure_bridge_two_are_arrestedIn September there was an explosion after a service at a destroyed church, attended by displaced Serbs who were visiting the ruins of their homes; on the way back one of the houses was on fire. This is why, when refugees come to tend the overturned graves of their loved ones, an ambulance is on hand.
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