As the Democratic Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs in the U.S. Congress, Eliot Engel holds considerable power, particularly with respect to U.S. foreign policy. He’s taken large compaign contributions from wealthy Albanians in New York City. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. More concerning is the mingling of his real estate investments with his wealthy Albanian donors. Little wonder, his lobbying efforts on behalf of the Albanian Narco-Terrorists running Kosovo is so agressive. This is likely a serious campaign financing violation in the United States.
“If Western intervention in Afghanistan created the mujahedin, Western intervention in Bosnia appears to have globalised it…
US officials claimed that one of bin Laden’s top lieutenants had sent operatives to Bosnia and that during the 1990s Bosnia had served as a ‘staging area and safe haven’ for al-Qa’eda and others.” – Brendan O’Neill, The Spectator
“…Albanian language media outlet, Gazeta Express, also reported that the photograph Brovina showed yesterday was fake, i.e., that it had been taken from a pornographic website.”
“Kosovo’s prime minister, Hashim Thaçi, has been identified as one of the “biggest fish” in organised crime in his country, according to western military intelligence reports leaked to the Guardian.”
“The Kosovo Project petition said Burchett’s “hate-filled Twitter rant” ignores crimes committed against thousands of Christians and other minorities and shows he supports this practice.
“Burchett brings shame to the United States by allying himself with the criminal regime in Kosovo which continues to perpetrate these crimes against humanity,” the group said in an emailed statement.”
“[T]his is the confession of Italian general Mauro Del Vecchio in an interview he gave in February 2014 to the magazine “Panorama”. The general was in command of 7000 Italian troops that entered Kosovo and Metohija in June 1999. He said that reports from his soldiers arrived every morning on his desk, notifying of dead bodies of Serbs and Roma, but he was not allowed to speak about this. He added that those non-Albanians who had not fled Kosovo were under permanent threat of being raped or killed. He spoke of houses being destroyed and churches and monasteries being mobbed by gangs of Albanians. The general said, “Their goal was to erase every trace of the Serbian presence in Kosovo.” ”
– James Bissett, former Canadian Ambassador to Yugoslavia
“Kosovo and the USA are very keen to reintegrate ISIL fighters into Kosovo society! In April, 110 Kosovars – mostly women and children – returned on a US military aircraft from a Syrian camp. This represents about 50% of those Kosovo citizens who went to fight for an extreme murderous Jihadist group dedicated to wiping out Christianity.”
– Rodney Atkinson, Freenations.net
“Ours was the greatest rescue of American lives from behind enemy lines in history…
If there was one bed or one blanket, it went to us while the Serb slept on the bare ground. No risk of sacrifice was too great to insure our safety and well being. One experience which is forever seared in my memory is the time a village with 200 women and children was burned to the ground by the Germans because the Serbs would not tell them where they were hiding us. To this day, I can smell the terrible stench of their burning flesh. One does not forget such things…
Could our career diplomats sacrifice former friends and reward former enemies in the name of political expediency? Could it be because in the world community there are over one billion Muslims and only 9 million Serbian Orthodox Christians with the same proportionate power in the global economy? Could it be because the Serbs have no oil wells and no unlimited oil money? […]
Could these be the reasons the State Department has covered up the truth of our rescue all these years and opposed our petition to express gratitude for saving over 500 American lives (a petition which is supported by the 8 million veterans of the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Air Force Association and which has been approved by the United States Senate.)?
Could it be these are the reasons the Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee has also denied our petition…?
– Richard L. Felman, Major USAF (Ret), President National Committee of American Airmen