In a bold display of defiance, posters appeared in northern Kosovo at dawn protesting the brutal occupation of the Serbian province by Albanian Cartel bosses who illegally seized power and declared independence 11 years ago after having expelled over 200 thousand Serbs, Roma, and other non-Albanians.
The black, white, and red posters, show two large hands handcuffed together, each giving the middle finger, which together also stand for the number 11. Below, in Serbian Cyrillic, it reads, “year(s) of occupation – February 17, 2008 – February 17, 2019
Albanian nationalists have severely damaged and destroyed over 300 churches, monasteries, and other cultural treasures–some from the 13th and 14th centuries.
Regime leaders in Kosovo, most of whom are former KLA commanders, control a lucrative criminal cartel engaged in heroin and sex slave trafficking.
Kosovo is now home to 5 ISIS training camps.