The most grotesque quotation about these events, given the German State’s pivotal
role in creating “Albania” and arming Albanians is that of the German KFOR Commander General Kammerhoff – that “ethnic Albanian extremists failed” when all about him were
the deaths, burnings and monastery destruction which testified to Albanian “success”.
At last the world is beginning to awaken to the disaster of following German Europe’s recipe for the Balkans. Even the Russians show signs of coming to the aid of their Serb brothers. Germany’s century long goal of destroying Serbia and Yugoslavia was achieved in the 1990s. The break up of Yugoslavia was planned and provisioned by the German Secret Services in the 1980s and carried out in the 1990s. Germany funded Albanian KLA attacks on Serbs from 1996 – coinciding with the opening of a German Secret Service Post in Tirana. The massive ethnic cleansing of Serbs, Jews and gypsies since the UN “Peace keepers” entered Kosovo have all happened with the help and support of those (Blair, Clinton, Chirac, Schroeder) who call themselves the “International Community”. It is ironic that Blair and Bush are castigated for a legal war against Iraq, supported by some 17 UN resolutions, while they seem exonerated for an illegal war against Yugoslavia where no UN resolutions were even sought never mind granted!
After initial worries about abandoning their long time anti-fascist allies (Yugoslavia) the British Foreign Office, the French Government and the Clinton regime all joined in the most illegal war of the 20th century (made so by breaking the additional laws established by the Allies themselves at Nuremberg!). The resulting destruction, death, ethnic cleansing and break up of a sovereign nation brings Europe (and in particular the German political class) full circle – back to circa 1941.
But now with the continuing religious/racist bigotry of the expansionist Albanians, the rise of the clerical/political, racially pure Croatia (The “Jewel in the Crown” of the Vatican) and the rampant Izetbegovic-inspired religious bigotry of Muslim Bosnia, the West (too late, as in 1939) awakens to the disaster they have (at best) connived in and (at worst) caused. The most grotesque quotation about these events, given the German State’s pivotal role in creating “Albania” and arming Albanians is that of the German KFOR Commander General Kammerhoff – that “ethnic Albanian extremists failed” when all about him were the deaths, burnings and monastery destruction which testified to Albanian “success”.
But here at last are some quotes from recent days indicating that not only the corporatists of the Western democracies have woken up but, more ominously, the Russians seem at last prepared to come to the aid of their Slav/Orthodox brothers in Yugoslavia.
ON THE LATEST MURDER AND CLEANSING OF SERBS IN KOSOVO:
“Kristallnacht (9th November 1938 when Nazis attacked Jews) is under way in Kosovo. A progrom against Serbs: churches are on fire and people are being attacked for no other reason than their ethnic background.” – UN Official in Kosovo, March 20, 2004
“It was planned in advance.” – Derek Chappell, UN Kosovo Mission spokesman
…violence is “affecting the life of thousands and bringing destruction to
the cultural and spiritual heritage.” – World Council of Churches and
the Conference of European Churches
“Russian President Vladimir Putin had said that Russia would no longer merely
watch the continuing pressure on and ethnic cleansing of Kosovo’s Serbs”.
“To restore order in Kosovo, the world should really disarm the KLA or
whatever it is called now and call to account the Albanian “hawks,” such as
Hasim Thaci, ex-leader of the KLA who has become a “respected politician” and
the leader of the so-called Democratic Party of Kosovo.” — Professor
Vladimir Volkov, director of the Institute of Slavic Studies (Russian
Academy of Sciences)
“…no party can be allowed to profit or advance a political agenda through violence.” – US Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and Foreign Minister of Serbia and Montenegro Goran Svilanovic
Kosovo Albanians should not think “that by inciting violence they will bring their political ambitions closer. Indeed it will take much longer.” NATO Secretary General Jaap De Hoop Scheffer
“If NATO and UN can’t defeat terrorism in an area the size of one-eighth of the Czech Republic, how do they expect to confront global terrorism?” —
Czech diplomat Jiri Dienstbier
“In Kosovo and Metohija the multi-ethnic security system put together by the international community through the Kosovo Police Service is in the process of falling apart completely. Serb policemen are taking off their uniforms en masse and joining their people.” — Rada Trajkovic, Kosovo member of Parliament
…the latest developments in Kosovo and Metohija had been planned. “Many perpetrators have been identified and they will definitely answer for these acts.” – UNMIK deputy chief Charles Brayshaw
“The alliance that for 50 years was prepared to spit in Joe Stalin’s eye is frightened to death by rampaging ethnic cleansers.” —Nikolas K. Gvosdev, senior fellow for strategic studies at the Nixon Center, USA
“We remember well a wave of indignation over the destruction by Taliban troops in Afghanistan of the stone statue of Buddha, because it was the destruction of cultural heritage.” — Russian Emergencies Minister Sergei Shoigu at a meeting with Patriarch Pavle of the Serb Orthodox Church
“”KFOR failed to comply with its obligations to ensure security in Kosovo.” — Sergei Shoigu
“The first group of Russian planes with humanitarian cargoes will fly to Serbia on March 24. The next group of planes will fly on March 26.” Sergei Shoigu (March 24 is the anniversary of NATO attack on Yugoslavia under the “humanitarian” pretext in 1999)
“Although the Albanians have persistently tried to lie their way into convincing the world that they have already built such a society, the recent pogrom and bestial destruction of over 30 churches and monasteries, dozens of cemeteries where the bones of the deceased were literally scattered about, and the torching of hundreds upon hundreds of homes has shown the whole world that the Province is ruled by lawlessness, crime, ethnic violence and discrimination of the worst kind”. Bishop Artemije from New York for the Information Service of the Diocese of Raska and Prizren in Kosovo. April 03, 2004
“The general message I received from all collocutors was that they are aware that the pogrom was pre-planned and organized with the goal of expelling the remaining Serbs and the destruction of our holy shrines and that such crimes must not be rewarded by giving the Albanians what they expect. The firm position of everyone in the United Nations, as well as in the U.S. administration, is that status cannot even be discussed until all the damage from the ethnic cleansing has been repaired, until the free return of all expelled persons has been achieved, and until a society has been built where all people will be completely protected from similar pogroms.