“Among the names noted by the census, 95.88 percent were of Serbian origin, 1.98 percent were Roman, 1.56 percent were undetermined, .26 percent Albanian, .25 percent Greek…
Aside from the names of communities, all of which are Serbian, the Turks were also recording the names of other landmarks. In the 480 page long document, there is not one community, hill, river, or mountain with an Albanian name.” Continue reading
We welcome the debate initiated by the Czech President on the withdrawal of recognition for Kosovo. Kosovo is not currently recognized by many members of the United Nations. Over the past two years, dozens of countries have withdrawn recognition–specified by Nastic, and added that Kosovo after the bombing of NATO “is separated from Serbia and is currently governed by leaders involved in war crimes “. Continue reading
“I’m not a dictator,” [President] Zeman said. “But … I will ask the question of whether it (reversal) can be done.” Continue reading
Address by Czech President Milos Zeman:
“Every politician should first defend the interests of his country, not be a puppet of foreign authorities. I sincerely appreciate the friendship between the Serbian and Czech people…”
“A state led by war criminals should not be in a community of democratic countries” Continue reading
Rudina Hajdari, leader of Albania’s parliamentary opposition and Chair of the European Integration Committee, told VICE, “…We have seismic, mind-blowing problems with corruption. When drugs came into the picture, so much cash was flowing that it actually shook the national currency…”
Albania: This veritable cesspool of crime, drugs, human trafficking, human organ harvesting, and endemic corruption is advancing towards the creation of a ‘Greater Albania’ with the support of the West by seizing control of large parts of Greece, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Serbia, including Kosovo, its Southern province.
Imagine the implications. Continue reading
“It’s been an open secret for years that thousands of Albanians were getting refugee status here by saying they were from Kosovo. It used to be the fasttrack route into Britain and lots of people took it.
“There was a network that included traffickers and intermediaries. People were told to say they were from Kosovo – it never failed.” Continue reading
“The unpleasant reality is that this whole process is not an honest one. It is a sham,” [William] Montgomery pointed out…
“…the word of the Kosovo Albanians and the offices of the EU are meaningless.”