Serbian President Vucic just discredited his own over-hyped “balancing” act between Russia and the West over the weekend after he de-facto recognized the NATO-occupied Province of Kosovo & Metohija under the cover of “economic normalization” and then committed to moving his country’s embassy in “Israel” to Jerusalem, both of which […]
Indicting Hashim Thaçi: The Kosovo Specialist Prosecutor’s Office Gets Busy
When it comes to the touchy, violent matter of Kosovar affairs, history keeps company with the devils of nationalism and vengeance. Serbia remains scornful of the aspirations of the territory, whose legitimacy it does not recognise; Kosovo remains spiteful of Serbia’s continued interest, and attempts, at any given turn, to […]
Kosovo: A Short History – A Contribution Which Noel Malcolm Will Never Tell You (II)
Part I An indicative testimony of the state of affairs from the 18th century came from a Roman-Catholic Archibishop Mazarek, who himself was of ethnic Albanian origin, from the well-known family Mazrekus, immigrants to KosMet also. In his report from 1760 he writes: „All the time, many Catholic families come […]
Kosovo: A Short History – A Contribution Which Noel Malcolm Will Never Tell You (I)
I will not dwell either on the prehistory nor early history of the region of Kosovo-Metochia (KosMet) in this article. The Montenegrins and medieval Serbia It used to pass from one state to the other, until Stephan Nemanja (1166−1196), a nobleman from Zeta (present-day Montenegro), founded the state of Serbia, […]
The Post-WWII Albania And Kosovo
As in neighboring Yugoslavia, the communist revolutionary guerrilla forces, established by the aid and crucially supported by the Yugoslav communists led by local Albanian communist leader Enver Hoxha, took over the power in Albania in 1944. From 1945 to 1948 Albania was under the strong influence of Titoist Yugoslavia and […]
The Western Kosovo Meta-Mythology And Serbian Ethnohistory
A national trauma which the Serbs after the fall of the Serbian national state and the Ottoman occupation experienced after June 20th, 1459[i] can be compared with that felt by Judea’s Jews after the fall of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Temple in 70 AD.[ii] Since Serbia soon found […]
War On Identity – The Abuse Of Kosovo Toponym
Every now and then we are being bombed by some terms in order to get used to them and accept them as something regular, accurate and correct. Such a thing happened with the toponym of Kosovo. The same method was applied in Bosnia and Hercegovina, i.e with the toponym of […]
Vatican And Albanians In Kosovo
The Albanian Roman Catholic mass was Served in Serbian ancient town Novo Brdo, in Serbian Orthodox Church of Saint Nikola. All was done secretly, as is usually done by those who are self-aware of the guilt, Albanian Roman Catholic bishops held a mass at the remains of the ancient Serbian Orthodox Church.
Jacques Hogard: British SAS And Americans Were Attacking Serbs
Jacques Hogard was one of the first Western officers who entered the territory of Serbia after the signing of the Kumanovo Agreement in 1999, and there he saw that the information he was given by NATO command does not correspond to the truth. He realized that there was no humanitarian war, but on […]
Mass Killings Of Serbs For Organs Didn’t Start In Kosovo
Contrary to the popular belief, the bloodiest trade in history when organs were taken away from captured and imprisoned Kosovo Serbs, did not begin in Kosovo, but in Croatia.
The Muslim Brotherhood As Auxiliaries Of The Pentagon
We are continuing the publication of Thierry Meyssan’s book, « Before Our Very Eyes, Fake Wars and Big Lies ». In this episode, he describes how the terrorist organisation of the Muslim Brotherhood was integrated into the Pentagon. It was attached to the anti-Soviet network constituted with the ex-Nazis during the Cold War.
Bill Clinton in Kosovo
This month, former US President Will Jefferson Clinton, keeping company with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, were rubbing shoulders with officials and stage hands in Pristina to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Kosovo intervention by NATO in March 1999.