Thursday, 14 February 2008

The West prepares to betray Serbia

By now the truth about the planned destruction of Kosovo is fairly well documented. The truth is out there for those who care enough to look.

Kosovo's independence has been carefully choreographed. Britain, France, Germany and the Netherlands are expected to be first to recognise Kosovo as Europe's newest state, with the US following soon afterwards.
The one thing the New World Order seeks to destroy are Countries with a strong sense of Nationalism and Serbia is such a Country and must therefore be destroyed or reduced to a region of Eurabia.

By encouraging the Muslims to flood into Kosovo and exterminate or drive out the Christians they changed this sad part of Serbia from being 60% Christian to 90% Muslims in just a few short years. The shameful bombing of Belgrade and civilians by our air force, forcing Serbia into capitulation to the new alliance of global business and Marxism.

However Serbia will not die easily and sadly neither may some of our troops who are now being deployed in Kosovo to assist in the theft of another Nations land.
Undercover Serbian security forces say they are ready to respond with force if Albanians move into the Serbian enclave in the north.
One day, a lot of Dhimmi politicians from Our Country are going to have to answer for their crimes against humanity in the genocide of the Serbian Christians.



Sir Henry Morgan said...

I've found this to be about the best place for information about what's going on in Serbia/Kosovo and the rest of the Balkans.

We should all be ashamed of ourselves for what's being done to Serbia.

Our allies through two world wars, and then we dump on them in favour of MUSLIMS!!

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Sorry - forgot. Here's the link

Anonymous said...


Islamists recognize the strategic importance of Kosovo and, left unchallenged by a complacent West, could use it to gain a strategic foothold in Europe.

The Serbian population is the minority. They are predominantly Christian and face persecution from an energized Albanian majority.

Right after a wave of violence shook the country in March, Damjan de Krnjevic-Miskovic, then the managing editor of The National Interest and a senior fellow of the Institute on Religion and Public Policy, wrote in National Review Online the article "Kristallnacht in Kosovo." In it he stated: "...Kosovo's Serbs have for years been warning of the real nature of Albanian nationalism, and the U.N. and the West have assumed they were exaggerating." ...

Many Albanian Muslims are marginally religious and, up to now, the relations between them and Albanian Christians (mostly Orthodox, some Roman Catholic) have been stable compared to the animosity directed by Albanian Muslims against the Serbs.

Middle Eastern organizations are devoting great resources to building mosques and other Islamic institutions. Given the poverty of Kosovo, it could easily become a breeding ground for Islamic extremism as we have seen in Afghanistan and elsewhere.

The history of Kosovo, only some 4,200 square miles, is quite complicated: It became Christian in 874 A.D., only to become part of the Ottoman Empire when Muslims invaded Serbia in the late 14th Century. In 1912, Kosovo and Methohija were liberated from the Ottoman Empire and incorporated into Serbia, and then entered into as (at least theoretically) an autonomous state at Yugoslavia's founding in 1919.

Kosovo has remained part of Serbia since then, with the exception of World War II when Kosovo was administered as a part of Greater Albania by the Axis powers. During that time, churches and monasteries were destroyed.

Throughout the 1920s, 30s, and 40s there had been a simmering conflict between the Albanians -- largely, but not completely, Muslim -- and the Serbs who generally belong to the Serbian Orthodox Church.

The Albanians in Serbia collaborated with the Nazis against the Serbs. In 1945, Yugoslavia became a Communist country, and the authorities covered up ethnic tensions through force, intimidation, mass resettlement of Serbs from Kosovo, and ideological propaganda.

Yugoslavia's grip on its provinces diminished over time, greater autonomy was granted to Kosovo, a state of Serbia with a population composed of ethnic Serbs, Albanians, and Montenegrons. After Yugoslavian Communist Dictator Tito died, the tensions between ethnic and religious groups resurfaced.

Eventually, as Communist rule weakened, Slobodan Milosevic, a Serb, became the President of Serbia, only to crack down on the Albanian extremists bent on seeking independence through force of arms which led to bloody confrontations in 1998 between the Serbian troops and the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), a largely Albanian terrorist outfit. A ceasefire negotiated by NATO fell apart, setting the stage for the NATO air strikes that started in March 1999, designed to bring Milosevic to heel.

Our participation in the effort was premised on our being part of NATO; we ignored Russian arguments in favor of the Serbs. Some have called this "Monica's War" because it came soon after the Clinton impeachment. However, our effort also led to the removal of the KLA from the State Department's list of terrorist organizations.

Many Albanians and Serbs in Kosovo became refugees. A peace agreement was signed after a 78-day bombing campaign. Control of Kosovo was divided between German, French and American sectors, with the primary duties of peacekeeping divided between the armies of NATO countries and agencies of the United Nations.

Neither NATO nor the United Nations has been effective in keeping a lid on the animosity. For one reason, the missions of the armies are mixed. French and German soldiers are there only to protect persons. Our soldiers, numbering less than 2,000, are there to protect both persons and property. Kosovo's population is beset by high joblessness and substandard living conditions as well as crime and ethnic and religious rivalry.

Since the end of the conflict in June 1999, violence has been perpetrated against Serbian Orthodox Churches and holy sites. Over 120 holy places, including many that date back to the Middle Ages, had been desecrated or destroyed by December 2003.

At the same time, at least 200,000 Kosovar Serbs and other non-Albanians have been "cleansed" from their homes, only 10,000 have returned. In March 2003, apparently false reports of violence perpetrated by Serbian children against young Albanians ignited what was called the "March Pogrom" in which 35 churches and monasteries were destroyed. Strong suspicion exists among many in Kosovo, even those within NATO's Kosovo Force (KFOR) peacekeeping forces, that the March Pogrom was anything but a spontaneous event.

Members of the delegation visited the Devic Monastery -- founded in the 15th Century -- which had been ransacked and burned by a mob. French troops took the nuns to safety but they refrained from doing anything further, given that the definition of their mission was to protect people. In fact, the French troops left an ailing nun to be attacked by the mob. Thankfully, she escaped unharmed. The looters smashed crosses on graves, even trying to open the sarcophagus of a saint (whose relics had already been moved). This unfortunate monastery had been rebuilt after having been badly damaged by the (terrorist?) KLA in 1999.

Anonymous said...

What the UN, US and EU have done to the Serbs is a war crime and again founded upon lies.

Here is another very good site for finding out the truth about Serbia and Kosovo:

For once I hope Russia stands up to the UN and the US.

God Bless Serbia.


Anonymous said...

Russia has just warned the west regarding Kosovo saying what they plan is illegal and that they should hang their heads in shame.
I'm already hanging mine for not making myself more aware at the time that we in the west were doing islams dirty work.
The BBC presenter mentioned that molosawich wanted to expand his country. what a bloody joke when the Eu cheered on and encouraged by the lying BBC. plan to expand the EU right across the muslim arab world flooding us with even more of the death cults followers.