Kosovo: Protests and yet more delegations
To start with, I strongly urge readers unfamiliar with the current situation in Kosovo to watch this google video which I have posted before. Since I have a good deal more traffic now, I feel it should be mentioned again.
The largest Serb rally in Kosovo since the occupation of the province by NATO took place yesterday. The BBC states that 'more than a thousand' protestors took to the streets, whereas in reality other media outlets have estimated that 10,000 people took part. Credit to the BBC, instead of getting their facts wrong as they usually do when it comes to Serbia, they're just finding innovative ways to misrepresent the facts without using outright lies. Funny how they always round up their estimates of the Albanian population of Kosovo to the nearest million. One speaker at the protest said the UN was planning to turn Serbian enclaves in the province into Indian reservations. Guess whos going to be policing these enclaves....the Albanian policeforce.
News is just emerging of a violent Albanian counter-protest. It seems they're getting impatient, theres already been attacks on UN forces recently.
The Serbian Orthodox Church has issued a good statement on the UN plan for the province in which they stated that Ahtisaari had opted :
"for might is right, instead of the force of law."
and told him: "Ahtisaari can give away his own property to whomever he chooses, but no one ever authorised him to give away Kosovo."
Yet another delegation of enemies of the Serbian people has set foot in Kosovo to poke their unwanted noses into the internal matters of a sovereign nation. Senator Lieberman, the Zionist who heads the American delegation said: "We're looking forward to the implementation of those recommendations as Kosovo moves on to achieve its rightful status as an independent nation."
What nation? Theres never been a Kosovan state, or a Kosovan people. The inhabitants are for the most part either Albanian or Serb. Maybe he can explain why Kosovo is peppered with Serbian churches and cultural monuments, whereas the Albanians have none. Thats why they're out to destroy every last piece of evidence of our heritage there. Heres a quick summary of the historic demographics of the province:
In the 14th century the non-Serb population of Kosovo did not exceed 2%. Even in 1455, well after the Turkish occupation, a Turkish census showed that out of 13,130 dwellings in Kosovo 12,985 were Serbian and only 46 Albanian. However as a result of the Ottoman occupation a substantial part of the Serbian population in Kosovo- 180,000- fled during the Great Turkish War (1683-1689). This was followed by an influx of Muslim Albanians, co-religionists of the Turks. This process continued right up to the 19th century. In particular It is estimated that around 400,000 Serbs were cleansed out of the Vilayet of Kosovo between 1876-1912 especially during the Greek-Ottoman war in 1897. Gradually the ethnic composition of the province of Kosovo changed as a result of the Serbian exodus’, Albanian influxes and the high birth-rate of the (muslim) Albanians. During the 2nd WW Kosovo Albanians, massacred thousand of Serbs and forced many to leave the province. Hoping to placate the Albanian nationalist sentiment after the war and perhaps to one day incorporate Albania within Yugoslavia, the communist leader Tito made Kosovo an autonomous region within Yugoslavia. The hundred thousand Serbs who had been forced to flee the province during the war were not allowed to return. Between 1945 and 1998 the Albanian population of Kosovo grew from 40% to 85%, benefiting from a heavy influx of immigrants from Albania. This was due to Tito’s relaxation of border controls, and also to the already mentioned birthrate. After NATO’s ‘humanitarian intervention’ the Albanian population now stands at 95%. So far from preventing the ethnic cleansing of Kosovo’s population NATO has contributed to it.
So let this be a lesson to other nations, they can become minorities in their own homeland in a flash. From minority to majority in not much more than 50 years. Mind you we Serbs have brought this upon ourselves. When you have more abortions than births you deserve what you get. Lets hope we repent and regroup before its too late.