NeoNazi NATO Starts the occupation of Kosovo and the erasing of the Serbian people is in the final stage of decades of ethnic cleansing..........
EVENTS PRIOR TO THE NATO OCKUPATION!!..... It began innocently enough in the late Middle Ages when Albanian herdsmen left their barren mountains and descended into the Serbian lowlands in search of fertile land. These innocent migrations were replaced by more aggressive ones, urged on by the Turkish occupation authorities of the time which used the Albanians, adherents of the same faith, as guardians of the Osman government. All of this was transformed in the third phase, known as the awakening of Albanian nationalism, into the systematic penetration of Kosovo and Metohia by the forcible "buying up" of land and homes, the expelling of the Serbian population and the speedy transformation of a large number of villages and places into ethnically pure Albanian settlements.
After Kosovo and Metohia had become gradually but in a planned way almost ethnically pure Shiptar areas, the moment came for the open march towards secession. In the strategic sense it can be said that almost all of the methods known in terrorist handbooks have been used alongside the customary ones used by party and trade union organisations. Some of the methods arise from the period of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia among which can be numbered non-payment of taxes, the boycotting of elections, obstruction of education and so forth.
In this extensive analysis we have found both the customary peaceful protests and strikes but also planned excesses which were used for the carrying out of brutal attacks rare even for the Balkans let alone in Europe. We shall mention only two of these planned actions but that will be sufficient to acquire a picture both of the aims and of the means employed. The mass strike of workers at the Stari Trg mine in 1987 was carried out according to a previously composed scenario and direction, indeed, not too successfully but typically theatrical in nature. The intention was to demonstrate the bitterness felt by members of the Albanian national minority who both downed tools and went on hunger strike. The strike not only attracted a great deal of attention from the foreign media but also from the political leaders of the secessionist movements in Croatia and, especially, in Slovenia. They immediately rushed to the aid of the "exhausted" miners with money, blankets and other things but especially with propaganda support via the media (Slovenia was geographically nearest western Europe and so was most suitable for that undertaking) which informed the world of Serbian hegemonism and the suffering of the Shiptars. Thus many live TV pictures were transmiffed of exhausted and starving miners being taken from the mineshaft and transferred to ambulances staffed by emergency medical teams. The self-satisfaction of the associated actors and sponsors was suddenly punctured when it was established that the organisers had been supplying the "hunger strikers'' through a side tunnel, that those men who, "fainting from hunger and exhausted because of the horrific conditions underground (where they were holding their strike)', were brought out and transferred to the ambulances were all cleanshaven and that they had been using a secondary exit at night to go home and sleep. Only the Yugoslav public saw this, however, because Slovenian television did not then broadcast those revealing scenes.
The second case relates to what was known as the single-nation poisoning affair. It concerned an action involving school children when the leadership of the regional secessionists decided to demonstrate against the system of schooling founded upon the principles prescribed by the Yugoslav education authorities.
The scenario was very similiar to the previous one but this time it was primary-school and secondary-school children who were transferred to ambulances and hospitals. The absurd proposition that the children of only one nationality (clearly in this case the Shiptars) were being poisoned by some substance transmitted through the air or the water-supply while the children of other nationalities remained unaffected was again successfully used for propaganda purposes but, due to the "fault" of poor direction, cameras that were sent to the hospitals arrived at an inopportune time so that they came across the "poisoned" children playing, walking through the corridors etc. because the not particularly lively nurses had failed to drive them back to their wards and beds in time. Therefore, this tasteless farce in which children were misused for political purposes also experienced an inglorious end.
The situation was completely different with regard to some of the other disturbances of which we here give but a few examples. In the village of Graca unknown perpetrators dug up the grave of a small child that had just recently died, removing the body from the coffin and tossing it aside onto the ground.
In another village, Samodreza, a terrorstricken mother watched her twenty-six year old son being murdered before her eyes. The message in this case was clear - we are the masters in this land and you will again be the raya! 25
A third case was also very characteristic. An attack was carried out on a man, D. M., in a field near Gnjilane in which a beer bottle was rammed into his anus, the broken glass inflicting severe injuries on the unfortunate victim. In this instance, the message had a psychological basis and the sexual variation speaks for itself. There is no need to discuss further the cases of rape, assault, robbery etc. whose motives, as in the above-mentioned cases, were of a purely political nature. There will remain in the consciousness of not only the victims but also the organisers and instigators of these acts an indelible scar and the question - What happened to the dignity of the people who did these things? What has happened to the psyche of those manipulated children who learned openly, in front of their parents and teachers, to lie and deceive? What will happen to their trust in grown-ups and, finally, what will happen to all of them if their plans are not realised, if all of their hopes come to nothing, if all of the promises are not fulfilled and their aims dissolve like a mirage? How much stronger is this kind of politics, in the negative sense, than man, his ethics and conscience?
Especially to be condemned as immoral, at least among a nation of warriors, are the repeated attacks by Shiptar soldiers in the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA) on soldiers of other nationalities in their dormitories or other buildings in the barracks. To murder soldiers with a weapon that has been entrusted to you is considered a perfidious act meriting only scorn because it is an abuse of trust and so the justified odium is reserved less for the psychopathic personality of the perpetrator and more, particularly from the moral point of view, for the organisers of such attacks.
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