“In the course of the three-year investigation into the assault, the United States has failed to provide critical evidence requested by the tribunal, according to tribunal documents and officials, adding to suspicion among some there that Washington is uneasy about the investigation. Two senior Canadian military officers, for example, who were in Croatia during the offensive, testified that the assault, in which some 3,000 shells rained down on the city of Knin over 48 hours, was indiscriminate and targeted civilians…
The Croatian Army drove more than 100,000 Serbs from their ancestral homelands, forcing them to flee on carts and in small cars jammed with their possessions. In terms of sheer numbers, it was the largest single ”ethnic cleansing” of the war…
A section of the tribunal’s 150-page report is headed: ”The Indictment. Operation Storm, A Prima Facie Case.”
”During the course of the military offensive, the Croatian armed forces and special police committed numerous violations of international humanitarian law, including but not limited to, shelling of Knin and other cities,” the report says. ”During, and in the 100 days following the military offensive, at least 150 Serb civilians were summarily executed, and many hundreds disappeared.” The crimes also included looting and burning, the report says.
”In a widespread and systematic manner, Croatian troops committed murder and other inhumane acts upon and against Croatian Serbs,” the investigators say at another point in the report.” Continue reading
“We outwitted three big Jewish organizations – B’Nai Brith Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Committee, and the American Jewish Congress.” – James Harff (Director of Ruder Finns’s Global Public affairs section) Continue reading
Albania’s socialist prime minister, Edi Rama, is the only foreign leader who came to the U.S. to trash talk Donald J. Trump last year, possibly at the behest of his close friend, George Soros.
“God forbid” Trump wins the Republican nomination Rama told CNN’s Richard Quest.
Trump’s election would “harm a lot America and it would harm a lot the world,” predicted the 52-year-old professional artist….
As Albanian newspaper editor Erl Murati explained earlier this year, “U.S. official interests coincide with the activity of Soros. It’s difficult to distinguish where the interest of one begins and the other ends. His interests became synonymous with American policy.” Continue reading
In recent years Albania, which is notoriously corrupt, was allowed to join NATO. Allowing its illegal annexation of the Serbian province of Kosovo would effectively bring it into NATO as well, circumventing international law paving the way for another attack on the Serbian people. Continue reading
“…UNMIK head Harri Holkeri stated that Albanian extremists “had a ready-made plan” for the violence.62 During his March 22 visit to Kosovo, NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer described the “unacceptable” violence as “orchestrated and organized by extremist factions in the Albanian community.” …
Admiral Gregory Johnson, the commander of NATO forces for Southern Europe, a command which includes the NATO-led KFOR troops in Kosovo, stated that there was a “modicum of organization” behind the violence and described the violence as “essentially amount[ing] to ethnic cleansing.”65 In his report to the U.N. Security Council, Secretary-General Kofi Annan stated that “the onslaught led by Kosovo Albanian extremists against the Serb, Roma and Ashkali communities of Kosovo was an organized, widespread, and targeted campaign.”66
In fact, even before Bill Clinton was looking to cash in on Hillary’s position as Secretary of State with his Iranian wartime collaborators in the Bosnia, a bipartisan effort was afoot–supported by George Soros, Ron Paul, Grover Norquist, Keith Ellison, and the Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR among others–to launch a campaign to “send … Continue reading
“With General Sulejmani I personally met him twice in Iran, once in Tehran at a conference 2016, and the second time in the town of Meade a year later. He seemed very humble, he was seen to weigh every word he made. Although we did not talk long ago, when he found out I was from Croatia, he only received the question: “What is the situation in BiH? [Bosnia] ” To my question if he was in BiH [Bosnia], Kasem replied: “Of course I was, but a long time ago, 1993. and 1994. Wherever Muslims need help, I am here “. I told him to keep it safe, and his answer was: “Pray for me to die as a martyr, it is my greatest wish,” Continue reading