Sunday, 2 December 2007

One for the Christians

The remains of Christianity from Kosovo

The following post is for all those Christians who have been misled by their pink liberal clergymen who tell you that Christianity and Islam can co-exist.

If you want to see what Islam thinks of Christians then go here and see how much respect they have for us and our religion.

Now that, with the aid of the European Union and our shameful actions in the 90's, Kosovo is now over 90% Muslim. The Christians have either been exterminated or forced to flee into Serbia for their lives. Those Christians unable to leave are murdered daily and all while Nato troops stand by and watch.

It does not matter what individual soldiers might think. The plan was always to hand Kosovo, the motherland and spiritual homeland of the Serbs over to the invading hordes of Islam from Albania. All part of the Grand Plan to destroy the Christian Nationalist in that part of the world and pave the way for Eurabia.

In previous posts I have mentioned our air forces shameful actions in the bombing of Belgrade. I wrote about America dictating to Serbia that her only choice was to give up her land and become part of Europe. All part of the plan to build the New World Order.

Now, within a week, the Kosovo Muslims, now that they have almost removed all traces of Christianity from their stolen land will declare Independence.

And what then? Will the proud Serbs who fought alongside us in the 2nd World War and suffered terrible reprisals from the Nazi SS Muslim divisions, fight or give up their most sacred hand to the Cult of the Dead Paedophile?

And if they choose death and honour, will we bomb Belgrade again? Would the Russians stand by and watch us bomb a country that they are friendly to?

Will the Balkans be the start of the Civil Wars that are shortly to erupt across the World?

We wait. And let us hope that the Christians in this Country see the evil of Islam and tell their pink frock wearing clergy where to go and like Paul, practise his teachings and question the things that they have been taught.



Yorkielass. said...

I follow closely what is happening to the Serbs mainly due to the guilt i felt for not asking why before we bombed these poor people.
Last Christmas i spent the time posting on a Serbian site after finding out KFOR had just left a whole village of Serbs to the islamic wolves with one soldier to guard the church. they left them without electricy or water.
The headlines in our press when finding out uk troops were leaving was JOB WELL DONE.
Hundreds of churches and beautiful religious art work detroyed. yet not a word of condemnation from a single MP.
last week i hear Paddy Ashdown our very own Adolf saying that NATO is preparing again before the tenth of December.
That we here are sending in another 800 troops.
My blood boils and for the first time in my life i wish i were a young man with an ak47.
Faithfreedom asked a question which draws close.
They reported how churches are used as toilets are burned or just wrecked completely.
They asked what are we going to do when the same thing happens in Sweden which is almost gauranteed will soon occur.
Always i knew that were we able to get to the real facts about this war we'd learn alot more about our own fate. i knew somehow it was all tied in.
I traced back to the war when Serbs fought a brave battle against HITLER.
How Serbs were exterminated by the muslim SS under their leader the grand mufti of Palestine in one of many concentration camps in Yugoslavia camps we knew nothing about.
I found a very interesting photo from ww2 a cartoon of a jackbooted German state standing over Yugoslavia ready to crush it.
This wet my appetite i searched for more.
I knew in my heart that Germany was involved in the 90s war.
I then came across so much detailed info it was unbelievable that yet again we'd been lied to so brazenly.
I no longer trust any western government and doubt anyone seeing all the official documentation could just the ones that i have seen turned my stomach.
Beheadings we were never told about, thousands of Arab troops we were never told of.
muslims from here we were kept unaware of having gone to Bosnia to fight.
A pipeline of weapons from iran and saudi arabia having been allowed into europe thanks to clinton the AL-QAEDA lover.
And today AL-QAEDA training camps in the heart of europe.
The BBC can tell us all about Pakistan and their taliban and Al-qaeda camps but steer very clear of mentioning our very own.

najistani said...

G.A. sais "We wait. And let us hope that the Christians in this Country see the evil of Islam and tell their pink frock wearing clergy where to go and like Paul, practise his teachings and question the things that they have been taught."

Don't hold your breath, G.A.


Christian leaders ask for Muslim forgiveness

Responding to an open letter in October signed by 138 leading Muslim scholars, clerics, and intellectuals from around the world, the Christian leaders also asked the Muslim world for forgiveness “We want to begin by acknowledging that in the past (e.g. in the Crusades) and in the present (e.g. in excesses of the “war on terror”) many Christians have been guilty of sinning against our Muslim neighbours. Before we “shake your hand” in responding to your letter, we ask forgiveness of the All-Merciful One and of the Muslim community around the world”, they said in the letter which was made available to the press here yesterday.

yorkielass said...


Germany and the Kosovo
How Germany paved the way to the Kosovo War · By Matthias Küntzel

Contribution to the 2nd International Hearing of the European Tribunal concerning Nato’s war against Yugoslavia. Hamburg, April 16, 2000 [1]

In 1991, a delegation of the German Bundestag visited Kosovo for the first time in order to talk with Kosovo Albanian nationalist leaders. This prompted – as early as 1991! – the warning by a senior member of the Yugoslavian parliament that “the British and the Germans would create a common intervention force with 70,000 soldiers in order to intervene in Kosovo.” [2] Indeed an early and accurate prophecy! So what about Germany’s role in preparing for the Kosovo war?

There were and there are strategic differences between German and the US policies about how to retain or enhance hegemony. “As a wealthy status quo power, the United States has an interest in maintaining international order”, wrote Joseph S. Nye, Jr, a former US deputy secretary of defense. “In a world where there are some two hundred states but many thousands of often overlapping entities that might eventually make a claim to nationhood, blind promotion of self-determination would have highly problematic consequences.” [3] Berlin, however, in seeking to create conditions for an ongoing expansion of German influence (that means: changing the international order) does not share this priority. As Rupert Scholz, the former German secretary of defense, explained: “The aim of maintaining “stability” in Europe seems to be a most dangerous one. There will not be any real stablity, which is able to maintain peace, if individual nations are held prisoner in unwanted and unnatural (“unnatürliche”) state organizations, which have been imposed upon them.” Since 1990, German foreign policy has “constantly persisted in activly advocating a universal right of self-determination.” [4]

This policy has a particular bearing on Kosovo. The hidden war about Kosovo’s future started in 1995 at the latest. In February 1995 in the presence of Roman Herzog, Germany’s President at that time, Germany and Albania signed a common declaration of principle at Tirana. This declaration is rarely mentioned in the literature but nevertheless decisive because it promised to find a “solution to the Kosovo question” by advocating the right of self-determination for Kosovo’s Albanians. [5] Advocating self-determination for Kosovo´s Albanians, however, meant advocating their right to secede from Yugoslavia. This declaration was in so far a kind of advance notice to continue Germany’s 1991 course (recognition of Croatia) in order to further split up Yugoslavia following a racist (völkisch) concept of self-determination.

In the period following, the German goverment did everything it could to spur on the separation of Albanians within Kosovo. Germany supported and financed those nationalists who sought to pursue the goal of full independence by creating alternative governing institutions as well as independent Albanian educational and medical systems in Kosovo which systematically separated the majority of the people in Kosovo from the other peoples of Yugoslavia. In addition, German secret diplomacy was instrumental in helping the “Kosovo Liberation Army” (KLA), as they call themselves, since its creation in February 1996. The daily newspaper “The European” stated that “German civil and military intelligence services have been involved in training and equipping the rebels with the aim of cementing German influence in the Balkan area.” [6]

During those years, Germany unilaterally supported the secessionist movements. In 1997 editor Johann Georg Reißmüller of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (a German daily newspaper) wrote: “The US government is not at all happy with Germany’s policy in Kosovo”.

It was, however, exactly that year – 1997 – that the crisis in Kosovo began to escalate. After the destruction of the Albanian army arsenals the KLA armed itself in order to start a large-scale nationalist rebellion. This development and the following counter-attack by the Serbian police moved Kosovo into the headlines and into the focal point of NATO’s considerations. How did Germany and the United States react?

“The Clinton administration is still uncertain about how to deal with this crisis”, later wrote the weekly newspaper Die Zeit. A senior official from the German foreign office was sent to Washington to put pressure on the deputy secretary of state, Strobe Talbott. “We urgently need U.S. leadership now” claimed Germany’s emissary. [7] This pattern: Germany calls for the U.S. government – actually for a special wing of the U.S government – to act against Yugoslavia were repeated between March 1998 and March 1999 over and over again. Let us now take a closer look at that pre-war diplomacy which paved the way to war.

The US government is responsible for most of the war crimes NATO committed against Yugoslavia. But even in 1998, the Clinton administration – split in several fractions on how to deal with Milosevic and the Kosovo Albanians’ nationalism – hesitated, reacting uncertainly on a case-by-case basis, oscillating between supporting the KLA and letting Milosevic have a free hand in smashing them. Germany on the other hand knew what to do and how to act. The grand design of Germany’s Kosovo policy had been in effect by March 1998. It was revealed by Germany’s informal ambassador to the Balkans, Christian Schwarz-Schilling, who on March 16, 1998 said: “We should try to tell Milosevic the plain truth through pressure and even military interventions that he can retain control over Kosovo as a part of Yugoslavia only if certain fundamentals are met. And if this is not the case, the territory there will have to be transformed into a kind of protectorate until those fundamentals are provided for.” [8]

This idea of pushing the Kosovo´s Albanians towards a military confrontation with Milosevic in order to create a Kosovo protectorate from now on became the central point of Germany’s Kosovo policy – either by the Kohl/Kinkel CDU government or the Schröder/Fischer SPD-Green coalition. One condition was that international troops be stationed on Kosovo soil. As early as March 1998 Germany accordingly put this matter on the agenda at the London meeting of the international Contact Group on Yugoslavia. [9]

The other condition was that Nato would have to enter Kosovo against the will of the Yugoslav government. Accordingly, Germany sharpened its tone towards Belgrad. Milosevic became the main target and remained so whatever his policy looked like.

But France, the UK, Italy and the dominating voices within the US government still prefered to follow a less confrontational policy. In 1998, The European for example stated that “Washington realised that pushing the Kosovars towards a military confrontation with Milosevic, as the Germans wanted to do, would have a boomerang effect on the Balkans. The United States put maximum pressure on Germany to stop supporting the KLA behind the scenes, as did the other European countries such as Britain and France.” [10] They termed the KLA activities “terrorist” and supported indirectly a Serbian counteroffensive against the KLA during the summer of 1998 and appealed to Milosevic and the moderate Albanian leader Rugova to begin talks. The KLA, however, succeeded in provoking the Serbian police force and in escalating armed clashes time and again. The policy of de-escalation turned out to be a permanent failure as long as there was a continuity in the supply of KLA weapons and KLA mercenaries across the Albanian border.

It was therefore not at all surprising that in the summer of 1998 all the efforts of the United Nations and the majority of Nato countries (including the US) concentrated in the goal of cutting off the arms and soldiers supplies in favor of the KLA. The Albanian government headed by Fatos Nano who had disassociated himself from the KLA supported this plan. Inside NATO the idea of sending 7000 soldiers to cut off the traffic in weapons began to take shape.

During this crucial situation,however, Germany’s covering up for the KLA became both public and evident: The German government vetoed the cutting-off of the supply of weapons for the KLA! Klaus Kinkel, then head of the German foreign office said: “Of course you have to consider whether you are permitted from a moral and ethnical point of view to prevent the Kosovo-Albanians from buying weapons for their self-defense.” [11] Volker Rühe, then head of the ministry of defense answered to this consideration with an unequivocal No: “You cannot resolve the Kosovo conflict by sending troops to Albania to seal the border and thus be acting in favor of Milosevic.” [12] Rühe’s message was quiete clear: everyone who tries to seal the border in order to find a peaceful solution is taking sides with Milosevic. In order to disassociate yourself from Milosevic you have to escalate the war between the Kosovo Albanians and the Serbs by delivering more and more weapons to the KLA!

This open German solidarity with the KLA has been as much an isolated provocation as has the recognition of Tudjman’s Croatia in 1991, 50 years after the formation of the first Croatian state under the rule of the fascist Ustashi regime.

Just like 1991 Germany again stood nearly alone against a huge majority of countries in Europe and the world. Just like 1991 Germany again supported a movement with a background rooted in the Nazi past, because the KLA is partly led by the sons and grandsons of extreme right-wing Albanian fighters, the heirs of those who fought during World War II in the fascist militias and the “Skanderbeg Volunteer SS Division” raised by the Nazis. [13] The “National Front of Albania” (Balli Kombetar) which collaborated with Nazi leaders in 1943/44 today boasts about its influence within the KLA which has a program that seems to be a modified version of the 1943 Nazi utopia.

Thus the program of “ethnic cleansing” which Germany exported into the Balkans in 1941 remained alive within the movement of the Kosovo Albanian nationalists during the 80s. “The nationalists have a two-point platform” wrote the New York Times in 1982: “First to establish what they call an ethnically clean Albanian republic and then the merger with Albania to form a greater Albania.” [14] Whenever the KLA talks about “liberation” or “freeing” this has been up to now understood in the Nazi-sense of “free of something” i.e. “free of Jews” (“judenfrei”), “free of Gypsies” or “free of Serbs”. Noone could be really surprised when, beginning with June 1999, the de facto rule of the KLA turned out to be a daily and a deadly trap for thousands of non-Albanians, especially defenceless Serbs.

In the summer of 1998 Germany and the USA took not only opposite but conflicting sides: While the USA – in the words of General Shelton, then Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff – has had “concerns about the techniques that are being used to put down, to squelch the uprising” [15] Germany on the other hand acted as the protective power for the KLA. This confrontation includes a strategic conflict within NATO: Is the Atlantic Alliance supposed to help or to hinder the KLA? Should NATO as the KLA’s airforce contribute to the revision of state borders and the further diminishing of Yugoslavia? Or is the alliance bound to clap down on such a type of militant secessionism?

It was Germany’s insistence and the ignorance or thirst for adventure within the leadership of the other NATO powers that brought the world’s biggest military alliance eventually in favor of the Albanian nationalists. Germany has “given evidence of its prepareness to lead” praised the influential Frankfurter Allgemeine. [16] Now Germany once again took the lead in pressing for military intervention in Kosovo. The New York Times reported: “German officials seem increasingly inchined towards charting a military course to stop the violence in Kosovo.” [17] Indeed. “Mr. Kinkel threatens with a Nato intervention in Kosovo” proclaimed the headlines of German papers on June 5, 1998. “The United States, unlike Germany, rejects a snap decision about a military intervention”, wrote Frankfurter Allgemeine the following day. Volker Rühe was the first government official in Europe who as early as June 15, 1998 spoke in favor of a strike against Yugoslavia even without a UN Security Council green light. This suggestion played havoc with not only the UN Charter but also with the German constitution and the Treaty of Moscow concerning German unification. This proposal was later taken up positively by the USA. We have to conclude, therefore, that Germany is not only guilty of committing the crimes which are connected with the US-led bombing of Yugoslavia, but is responsible for ardently working towards triggering this war. The German concept for Kosovo includes the following:

to make a stand against the Yugoslav government
unlimited support for the Kosovo Albanian nationalists who demand independence and a lasting unification with Albania
to demand for air-strikes against Yugoslavia in order to achieve a NATO protectorate for Kosovo which is supposed to be only an interim step towards the independence of Kosovo.
Strategic differences between German and the US policies diminished considerably in 1999 when the Clinton administration decided to go to war in favor of the ultra-secessionist KLA. They seem to gain, however, new weight in the post-war debate about the final status of Kosovo. US Secretary of State Madelaine Albright recently rejected the idea of creating a greater Albania, whereas German policy seems to be pushing in the opposite direction.

Karl Lamers, the influential CDU foreign affairs spokesman for the opposition in the Bundestag said about the transformation of Kosovo into a NATO protectorate that this is “only the first step towards the separation of Kosovo from Yugoslavia” and that an independent Kosovo will be “only an interim step to merging (“Anschluss”) with Albania.” [18] Recently, Lamers mentioned with great satisfaction “that everything we are actually doing in Kosovo, e. g. the creation of a new currency zone, is aimed at creating an independent Kosovo…”. [19] Even Germany’s red/green coalition government does not want to recognize Kosovo as being a province of Yugoslavia. That is the reason why in his last major statement Joschka Fischer – Germany’s vice-chancellor and secretary of state – let the question of “the future status of the Kosovo” open claiming that it would be impossible to resolve this now. In an interview with a French newspaper, however, he made clear that he had no doubts about the Kosovo’s future status: “The international community is present in Kosovo and the Balkans in order to show that – according to the example of resolving the ,German question’ in 1990 – the ,Albanian question’ could be resolved only with the agreement of the neighbouring states.” [20]

US government circles are quite aware of the ambitions of their rival, Germany. Zbigniew Brzezinski called the Berlin republic a “geostrategic main actor” and a “subversive big power inspired by an ambitious vision”. Strobe Talbott, the deputy secretary of state, characterized Germany as the seismic focal point of the current geopolitical earthquakes which are disrupting the Atlantic Alliance as well as the Balkans. He emphasized that Germany is “the epicentre of thoses processes – enlargement and expansion, extension and deepening.” [21]

Within the context of the war against Yugoslavia the other great powers, however, not only reacted to aggressive German moves but pursued their own special interests as well. The United States wanted to retain its influence in Europe, to strengthen a worldwide role for NATO and to weaken Russias influence within the new world order. Great Britain und France were eager to demonstrate their military superiority over Germany and wanted to give a starting signal for the establishing of an independent European intervention force (together with Germany) vis-a-vis the USA. Each of these nations is a rival to the others and is trying to retain or achieve as much influence and power as possible. The war against Yugoslavia has been the first, however, to be spurred on by Germany as an attempt to redesign current world order after the fall of the Berlin Wall. This war has put the irrational elements and the destructive roots of capitalistic societies into a new light.

(Not published)
[1] This contribution is a short description of a broader study: Matthias Küntzel, Der Weg in den Krieg. Deutschland, die Nato und das Kosovo, Elefanten Press, Berlin 2000. The author´s e-mail address:

[2] This warning was published in the Yugoslavian journal Polityka; see the minutes of the Bundestag meeting June 16, 1991, pp. 2560-1.

[3] Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Redefining the National Interest, Foreign Affairs Vol.78 No.4, July/August 1999 pp. 22-35.

[4] See Rupert Scholz, Das Festhalten an ungewollten Staaten schafft keine Stabilität, in: Die Welt, December 12, 1991; Rupert Scholz, Das Selbstbestimmungsrecht und die deutsche Politik, in: Internationale Politik 4/1995, S.51.

[5] “Deutschland und Albanien … bekräftigen das Recht aller Völker, frei und ohne Einmischung von außen ihr Schicksal zu bestimmen und ihre politische, wirtschaftliche, soziale und kulturelle Entwicklung nach eigenem Wunsch zu gestalten.” This declaration is published in the Archiv der Gegenwart, March 13, 1995, pp. 39819-20.

[6] Roger Fallgot, How Germany Backed KLA, in: The European, 21-27 September 1998. See for more details M. Küntzel, Der Weg in den Krieg pp. 59-64.

[7] See Die Zeit, May 12, 1999.

[8] Christian Schwarz-Schilling, March 16, 1999, Deutschlandradio, quoted in: Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung, Stichworte zur Sicherheitspolitik, April 1998, p. 47.

[9] Russia, the USA, the United Kingdom, France, Italy and Germany are members of this informal but influential group.

[10] Roger Fallgot, ibid.

[11] Interview with Klaus Kinkel, in: Süddeutsche Zeitung, July 30, 1998.

[12] Mr. Rühe is quoted in the Frankfurter Allgemeine, June 9, 1998.

[13] See Chris Hedges, Kosovo´s Next Masters? in: Foreign Affairs, Vol.78, No.3, May/June 1999, pp.24-42. “Although never much of a fighting force, the Skanderbeg Division took part in the shameful roundup and deportation of the province´s few hundred Jews during the Holocaust. ... The decision by KLA commanders to dress their police in black fatigues and order their fighters to salute with a cleched fist to the forehead has led many to worry about these fascist antecedents.” (ibid.)

[14] See Marvine Howe, Exodus of Serbians Stirs Province in Yugoslavia, New York Times July 12, 1982.

[15] See New York Times, June 16, 1998.

[16] See Frankfurter Allgemeine, September 26, 1998.

[17] See New York Times, June 10, 1998.

[18] See the minutes of the Bundestag parliamentary session of April 15, 1999.

[19] See the minutes of the Bundestag parliamentary session of April 5, 2000.

[20] See Le Monde March 25, 2000, emphasis by the author.

[21] See Frankfurter Allgemeine, February 5, 1999.

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Anonymous said...

Aint it the case though that the British National Party is full of National Front heroes (who loved Hitler)?

Anonymous said...

OOps one of our "friendly" lefties just dropping in to add their wisdom to the proceedings, funny how they wont allow anyone to drop in to their sites and allow comments.....freedom of speech, Marxist style!

labours white genocide said...

strange how the lefties only ever attack the right never the wrong!

Yorkielass said...


Of Kosovo Serbs and Minority Groups in
Post-war Kosovo
Truth in facts...

Part I

Part II Part III


BBC - Twelve guilty of Djindjic murder, , May 23, 2007

Celebration of the Ascension Feastday at Decani Monastery, , May 19, 2007

Four out of six islamist terror plotter in US are Kosovo Albanians, , May 10, 2007 SERVES THEN BLOODY RIGHT I SAY.....

Police searching for suspect of attack on Decani Monastery, , May 04, 2007

Russia says Ahtisaari's plan has failed - warns of imposed solution, , Apr 22, 2007

Paschal Celebration at Visoki Decani Monastery, , Apr 08, 2007

Christ is risen -Indeed he is risen, , Apr 07, 2007

UNESCO Director General condemns attack on Decani Monastery, , Apr 04, 2007

NATO assures Decani monastery that it will be protected from extremists, , Apr 03, 2007

Diplomats condemn rocket attack on Serb Orthodox monastery in Kosovo, , Apr 02, 2007

Diplomats condemn rocket attack on Serb Orthodox monastery in Kosovo, , Apr 02, 2007

Diplomats condemn rocket attack on Serb Orthodox monastery in Kosovo, , Apr 02, 2007

Tadic sharply condemns rocket attack on Visoki Decani Monastery, , Apr 01, 2007

Bishop Teodosije - This was a terrorist attack on the Monastery and NATO soldiers, , Mar 31, 2007


[kiminfo-s] Hramovna slava manastira Banjska - Obelezena sesta godisnjica povratka u Osojane, , 17. avgust 2007.

[kiminfo-s] Pomen stradaloj srpskoj deci u Gorazdevcu, , 13. avgust 2007.

[kiminfo-s] UNMIK povukao spornu odluku o suspenziji povratka srpske imovine u Klini, , 09. avgust 2007.

[KIM-Info] Osvecen novi konak u manastiru Koncul kod Raske, , 30. maj 2007.

[KIM-Info] Proslava Pedesetnice u manastiru Visoki Decani, , 27. maj 2007.

Sv. Arhijerejski Sabor SPC zavrsio redovno majsko zasedanje, , 26. maj 2007.

Opstina Pec zabranila izgradnju zida oko Pecke Patrijarsije, , 21. maj 2007.

U Visokim Decanima svecano proslavljena hramovna slava - Spasovdan, , 18. maj 2007.

Deci Orahovca i Velike Hoce podeljena novcana pomoc iz dijaspore, , 09. maj 2007.

Tesko ranjen Srbin na putu Zvecan - Priluzje, Pucano na Srbina u selu Klokot, , 09. maj 2007.

Policija traga za osumnjicenim za napad na manastir Decani, , 05. maj 2007.

Srbija i SAD - saradnja protiv terorizma na Balkanu, , 02. maj 2007.

Misija Saveta bezbednosti UN zavrsila posetu Kosovu i Metohiji, , 29. april 2007.

Misija Saveta Bezbednosti u Beogradu, , 27. april 2007.

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PHOTO GALLERIES - POGROM (17-20 March 2004)

Shocking video recording of the destruction of St. Andrew's church in Podujevo
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Kosovo Kristallnacht 17-18 March - tensions continue - 35 Orthodox churches destroyed - dozens of killed - hundereds of wounded in the outburst of Kosovo Albanian violence which is directed against Orrhodox Serbs and its Holy Sites as well as the NATO troops and UNMIK policemen who were defending them from ethnic cleansing

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Full reconstruction of the Kosovo pogrom, 15 – 20 March 2004

ERP KIM Info Service has received from well informed international sources in Kosovo a timeline of the incidents and events in Kosovo Province in the period between 15-20 March. At the moment the Diocese is actively collecting all available information on these events in which more than 4.000 Serbs have been left homeless, at least 8 Serbs died and around 30 churches have been either completely destroyed or seriously damaged by Kosovo Albanian mob. All available information and our contacts with different intelligence sources prove that the operation (called by some as Operation Matchstick) was carefully planned beforehand and that behind it are some of the Kosovo Albanian leaders.

Suffering of Kosovo Serbs and their Church in Kosovo c o n t i n u i n g...
At the beginning of the New Millennium Kosovo Serbs are the only people in Europe killed because of their language, religion and ethnicity, completely deprived of freedom of life, movement and work. Crimes against Serb civillians and their culture are being committed by Albanian extremists not in the time of war but in the presence of 40.000 NATO troops and the UN mission.



How Long Will the Perpetrators of These Crimes Enjoy Immunity (collection of photos showing some Kosovo Serb victims who were killed or suffered by ethnic Albanian extremists after the beginning of the UN/KFOR peacekeeping mission in Kosovo. Neither of these cases have been fully investigated and resolved by the UN police (Please be advised that the following photo in larger format contains disturbing details that may not be suitable for some of our recipients. Click and enlarge the photo at your own discretion.) (legend: destroyed Nis Express bus - 11 victims, unidentified Serb woman beaten in Kosovo Polje by ethnic Albanians, body of Slavoljub Radunovic killed in Pec in 2000, ruins of the Holy Trinity church near Pec, Bogdan Bukumiric one of victims of the Gorazdevac river massacre Aug 2003, Bishop Amfilohije reads requiem service to three Serbs slaughtered in Belo Polje near Pec, Borka Basic 81 killed with her son prof. Basic in Pristina by ethinc Albanians, bodies of 17 Serb farmers killed in Staro Gracko July 99, Fr. Nenad Nespalic reads prayer over found bodies of abducted and killed Serbs near Pec)


Since the deployment of KFOR and UNMIK in Kosovo and Metohija on June 10, 1999 to August 9 of this year, Albanian terrorists have carried out 6,535 attacks, resulting in the deaths of 1,201 persons, the wounding of 1,328 persons and the abduction of 1,146 persons, reports the Serbian ministry of internal affairs.

Tanjug News Agency, Belgrade
August 20, 2003

Since the deployment of KFOR and UNMIK in Kosovo and Metohija on June 10, 1999 to August 9 of this year, Albanian terrorists have carried out 6,535 attacks, resulting in the deaths of 1,201 persons, the wounding of 1,328 persons and the abduction of 1,146 persons, reports the Serbian ministry of internal affairs.

Of the total number of attacks, 6,468 were directed against civilians (5,932 against Serbs and Montenegrins, 201 against Albanians and 335 against members of other ethnicities), 57 against Serbian police (members of the ministry of internal affairs) and 10 against members of the Serbia-Montenegro (formerly Yugoslav) Army.

In these attacks 1,173 civilians, 24 Serbian policemen and four members of the Army were killed, while 15 policemen were wounded. Of the total number of abducted persons, 1,107 are civilians, 29 are members of the Serbian police and 10 are members of the Army.

Among the 1,173 civilians killed by Albanian terrorists, the great majority (991) are Serbs and Montenegrins. The number of Albanians killed is 109 and the number of members of other ethnicities killed is 73.

Out of the total of 1,108 abducted civilians, 960 are Serbs and Montenegrins, 73 are Albanians and 74 are members of other ethnicities. The fate of 846 persons remains unknown; 160 have been killed; 12 managed to escape (nine Serbs and three persons of other ethnicities), and 89 civilians have been released, according to information of the Serbian police (MUP).

The fate of 15 abducted policemen and nine members of the Army also remains unknown. Six of the abducted policemen have been killed, six have been released, and two managed to escape from their abductors, Albanian terrorists.



In Kosovo and Metohija there are still two realities, which have little in common. On the one hand, there are official statements by some international representatives and Kosovo Albanian leaders describing the continuous improvement of the situation and the need to transfer UNMIK competencies to the local population as quickly as possible. On the other hand, for the Kosovo-Metohija Serbs and largely for other at-risk minority communities continuing to live under a state of siege, the situation is not improving but life is actually becoming increasingly difficult and the future more and more uncertain.


One of burrial sites at Dragodan (near Pristina) with bodies of Serbs killed by UCK after the end of the war. Hundreds of Serb bodies were temporarily burried by local authoritiesin several locations around Kosovo during the second half of 1999. to be exhumed and identified later. Serb human rights organizations have evidence for at least 847 killed and 1154 missing Serbs since June 12, 1999 and the deployment of KFOR/UNMIK. More than one third of pre-war Serb population (240.000) fleed Kosovo in front of KLA terror which was more or less tolerated by peacekeepers. Almost ten times smaller than the Albanian community Kosovo Serbs were proportionally affected more after the war, in the KFOR/UNMIK presence, than Kosovo Albanians during the war period under the MIlosevic regime.


These two images, obtained from Norweigan KFOR, capture ethnic situation in Kosovo Polje town between April 2000 and September 2000. Blue squares symbolise Serbian owned homes and red squares Kosovo Albanian owned homes. Only in the period of 5 monhts one can notice that many Serbian homes in the town were simply occupied by Kosovo Albanians. The Serb owners were forced to leave their homes under various kinds of pressure. Almost all green squares, the homes which were empty in April 2000, became red by September 2000. Until April 2000 the most of Kosovo Polje Serb still held in their homes but the lack of security and unreadiness of the international peacekeepers to prevent ethnic repression discouraged many of them who left their homes in search of more secure surrounding. Kosovo Albanians who occupied thousands of Serb homes in Kosovo and Metohijaduring the last four post-war years quite expectably resist Serb returns hoping that they can legalize their occupied property. For many Serbs who fled ethnic violence in the UN/KFOR presence there is not much choice and most of them are under pressure to sell their property.

These two maps clearly and graphically demonstrate the process of silent ethnic cleansing which is happening in the very presence of the international UN mission and NATO led peacekeepers (click on each image for a larger size picture).

Kosovo Polje town, April 2000

Kosovo Polje town, September 2000


A French legionnaire on the bridge over the Ibar river,
dividing North and South Mitrovica, summer 2003

For many who pretend to know something about the Kosovo post-war situation Mitrovica is an ethnically divided city, a symbol of ethnic division in the Province. But the reality is quite different. In the northern, so called, "Serbian quarter" still live 4.000 non-Serbs, primarily Albanians, Slav Moslems and Roma, while in the southern, Albanian part, of the city almost primarily Kosovo Albanians live. All Serbs in this part of the city, a dozen of them, are concentrated in a little ghetto around the Serbian Orthodox church, heavily guarded by KFOR. Roma community was almost completely exterminated, their quarter was thoroughly ignited after the war and the Albanian municipal administration plans to erect a recreation center on the location on which they lived. In fact, while the North has remained more or less as multiethnic as it was before the war in 1999, the South looks nothing different than Pristina, Urosevac, Pec, Djakovica and other major Kosovo cities in which freedom still exists for only one ethnic group - Kosovo Albanians.

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Theleftsnightmaretruth. said...

The characterization of Hitler as "right wing" is a canard that must be corrected every time one hears it. It's done on purpose, to attempt to shift "guilt" for his atrocities away from the left.

Of course, they won't "own" Stalin, Lenin, Mao, Pol Pot either.... and do some rather remarkable hair-splitting in the attempt to distance their ideology from the historic consequences.

Anonymous said...

Yeah thats fair enough but aint it the case that the roots of the British National Party came from the National Front and that the NF creator was a fan of Hitler? I agree that those bastard left wing dictators were as bad as Hitler. No one can dispute that.

Anonymous said...

Who cares where the roots of the NF lie anon or the BNP come to that?
We're facing far worse from Islam and its foaming mouthed followers than anything the Nazi's thought up in their wettest dreams..and its global and indiscriminate. Not Muslim = fair game.
There cant be enough sites like this around the world and if I have to bite the bullet and vote BNP because the other parties keep lying about the scale of the problem I'll do it.

najistani said...

This behaviour is mandatory for Muslims and is not restricted to Kosovo or to Christianity. The doctrine of Jahiliyya requires Muslims to humiliate the kuffars in newly-conquered areas by destroying their cultural symbols such as sacred sites and works of art.

The religious artifacts of the Kuffar, especially 'idolatrous' images such as crosses, carvings, statues and stained glass windows, are regarded as Jahiliyya - worthless trash. Today, as all throughout its past, Muslims devalue the civilisations which they attempt to supplant through the defacing of ancient historical and religious sites. Any culture that is pre-Islamic is considered to be jahiliyya, that is, from ' the time of ignorance'.

The most notorious recent example of Jahiliyya was the destruction of the Buddhas of Bamiyan in 2001. It took the Muslims until the 21st century to acquire sufficiently powerful technology to destroy what the Buddhists had created 1500 years before.

Like socially-inadequate adolescent vandals, these cousin-f*****g, headbanging retards can only make their mark on the world by destruction. They are parasites and culture-destroyers. They cannot create anything.


Anonymous said...

I have to agree with you anon 19.33, this constant splitting of hairs suits the perpetrators well. After all, the world of 70 yrs ago is very diferent to the world of today, yesterdays "right" could easily be todays "left". Giving your opponnent a tag is a sure way of diluting any potential vote, notice how todays establishment political parties do their best to shun any label of where their tendencies lie. Was Maggie right wing?, was Tone a lefty?...I dont think that the "allowed" parties are either (except criminal cartels), they are presented by their funders and the controlled media to appeal to the political fashion of the day. This constant refering back to the BNP roots is what is holding them back from gaining the dumbed down vote of the masses, I dont care what they were 10 yrs ago, its what they are now that matters.

Zlatan Vrabac said...

I updated the post to include all pictures since I didn’t have enough time last night.

The main problem in Kosovo is that whatever happens, whether the Albanians in Kosovo declare independence or not, it will result in rioting and minorities will be targeted like they have been in the past 8 years. It has baffled me that any government on this planet would support such a violent, evil and fascist cause.

The Green Arrow said...

We have seen from experience that no matter how many people protest at the actions of out political masters, they will ignore us and go their own way.

The only way we can assist Kosovo and let Serbia retake their land is for the British National Party to to form the government of the day and get us out of Eurabia.

Even then there is probably nothing we in this country could do but at least, then we would not be sending our troops to support the the theft of Kosovo from its rightful owners.

If anyone would like to post a full article on the situation, with source links, I would be more than happy to publish it. I do not feel I have the ability to do it myself or the time.

North Devon Patriot said...

Najistani wrote:
Christian leaders ask for Muslim forgiveness

Responding to an open letter in October signed by 138 leading Muslim scholars, clerics, and intellectuals from around the world, the Christian leaders also asked the Muslim world for forgiveness “We want to begin by acknowledging that in the past (e.g. in the Crusades) and in the present (e.g. in excesses of the “war on terror”) many Christians have been guilty of sinning against our Muslim neighbours. Before we “shake your hand” in responding to your letter, we ask forgiveness of the All-Merciful One and of the Muslim community around the world”, they said in the letter which was made available to the press here yesterday.

02 December 2007 17:19

Have you got a link, to a website, where I can read this letter in full.?

Anonymous said...

Greetings North Devon patriot.I take it from your title you reside in beautiful Devon?.Well done if so!.Born and bred Plymouthian myself.(Shieldwall-Plymouth)

najistani said...

The dhimmis' letter is at

North Devon Patriot said...

To Anon
I moved from Harrow, N.W. London,
to Nth Devon 11 years ago.
Where I live now is what Harrow was like 30 years ago, The community spirit is strong and the crime rate is low and long may that continue.
Do you know Mr Shell from Plymouth?

Najistani, Thanks for the link

Anonymous said...

Here is an in-depth article about Kosovo.

SL said...

Never forget.