NATO soldiers have been providing a safe environment for Al Qaeda linked Albanian terrorists to loot and torch Serbian Churches and Monasteries in the Serbian province of Kosovo and Methohija: The ‘Serbian Jerusalem.’ Despite the presence of thousands of NATO troops, hundreds of churches and Christian cemeteries have been desecrated and destroyed as …
Festim Lato, a close friend of Haradinaj’s and associate with the criminal project of ‘ Greater Albania ‘, was killed in the Netherlands. The media there report that the assassins are unknown for the time being, and as motive for the murder, a call from Latu is being questioned and called to The Hague. Experts are confident that this is the beginning of a new series to liquidating potential witnesses who can accuse Haradinaj in The Hague. Previously on 2005. Until 2011. More than 30 people were killed during a trial against Haradinaj at the Hague Tribunal.
A real mystery.
According to the Dutch media, the killed Festim Lato was the president of the so-called Chameria, the northern part of Greece, which Albanian separatists are trying to supress and attach to Albania and Kosovo. The Lato was born in Vlorë 1. January 1973. The media there, they were killed by unidentified assassins. The reasons for this murder are now unknown and are being investigated and the possibility that the motive may have been an invitation for the Lato to testify in The Hague.
This is not the first time. Previous attempts to bring former KLA – Narco – Terrorist commander Ramush Haradinaj to justice have failed because of alleged witness intimidation, and worse. A number of the witnesses apparently died under suspicious circumstances. At the end of the trial Judge Alphonsus Orie remarked, “The Chamber gained a strong …
Prosecutor Herbert Deimer told a state court in Frankfurt that Uka went to the airport with the intent “to kill an indeterminate number of American soldiers, but if possible a large number”.
” Unfortunately those of us who lived with these people are few and far between, but believe you me, never will we forget how the men and women of Serbia unquestioningly risked their very lives for us, clothed us, and gave us shelter when they themselves were ill-clad, cold and hungry… I vowed to myself that if I could ever possibly begin to replay these people for all they had done for me, I wouldn’t hesitate to do so. Unfortunately, what little I might be able to do would not even pay the interest on my debt to the Serbian people. I suffer with them in their present plight, and in the injustice rendered to them by the American press as well as the American and British Governments.”
Letter of John E. Scroogs, First Lieutenant, U.S. Army Air Corps, Wyandotte St., Kansas City, Mo.
Croatian soldiers joined by Albanian paramilitaries from Kosovo were united in their celebration of “Ustasha and Nazi ideology under the NATO flag” during a military exercise in Croatia. Together they sang songs in tribute to the genocide of hundreds of thousands of Serbs slaughtered by Croatian and Albanian Fascist forces allied with the Nazis during World War II in a military exercise commemorating Croatia’s 10-year NATO membership. This NATO event was called: Immediate Response.
Unlike the Germans, who rejected the symbol of the swastika after the war, the Croatians continue to proudly display their Fascist flag with the notorious checker board Ustasha insignia–with the apparent sanction of NATO.
“In 1941, after Adolf Hitler created a Greater Albania, Kosovar Albanian Muslim political leader Dzafer Deva from Kosovska Mitrovica declared: “The freedom has come. Yugoslavia is no more. The Greater Albania has been created. Serbs ought to be expelled from the Balkans or killed.” The Kosovo crisis was always about separatism and secession.
From 1981 to 1989, an estimated 20,000 Kosovo Serbs were driven out from Kosovo. Many were settled in refugee camps in Belgrade. Kaludjerica, near Belgrade, was a town settled by Serbian refugees from Kosovo in the 1980s. Kosovo Serbs were murdered, raped, beaten, attacked, and terrorized to leave their homes and property in Kosovo. Serbian churches, gravestones, cemeteries, and religious and cultural and historical monuments were vandalized, desecrated, and destroyed. Serbian priests and nuns were attacked, beaten, and abused. Why was this systematic, planned, and organized campaign of genocide against the Serbian Orthodox Christian population of Kosovo suppressed and censored in the US and the West?”