The Balkans and American Gangsters

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“The earthly Kingdom is for earthly people, but the heavenly Kingdom is forever” 

Serbian national epic about the Kosovo Battle against the Ottoman Turks in 1389[1]

The American gangsters and the destruction of ex-Yugoslavia

South-East Europe, and especially the Balkan Peninsula as the main part of it, have traditionally been the object of numerous geopolitical, geostrategic and publicist analyses, as well as the subject of debates among the Balkan, European and global experts in international relations. The new Iron Curtain between western and eastern Europe was not the end of the Balkan’s importance for the US administration and the NATO as well. At present, along with the Serbian and Macedonian national questions, the most controversial issue is the Albanian national question or, more precisely, the question of the Kosovo Knot.[2] This question, as disputed between the Serbs and the American supported Kosovo Albanian separatists, became a focal point of international relations once again in the mid-December 2018 when the Albanian bandits of illegal and not-legitimate (quasi-independent) “Republic of Kosovo” unilaterally proclaimed the creation of the Kosovo Army with a full backing by the gangsters of the US administration, therefore, blatantly violating several international documents, agreements and the principles of international relations but among all of them violating on the first place the 1244 Resolution by the UNO in 1999 regarding Kosovo status.[3] In other words, on December 14th (Friday) 2018 the “Parliament” of Kosovo approved the transformation of the Kosovo security force into a regular army. The reform was approved by 107 MPs in the 120-seat assembly. The Serbian minority MP from Kosovo, who are against the creation of the Kosovo Army along with Serbia’s central government in Belgrade, were not present in the “Parliament”.[4] Now it is quite clear why the NATO, led by the American gangsters of Bill Clinton, Wesley Clark and Madeleine Albright (Madam Secretary),[5] bombed Serbia and Montenegro for 78 days in 1999 – to create a mafia (quasi) state of Kosovo[6] as another American political, economic and financial colony.[7]

Nevertheless, the basic problem concerns the security in a broader geopolitical framework, which is understandable, but at least as far as Western analysts are concerned, other issues have a priority such as human rights, democracy and other issues that might become dominant in a given phase of crisis solving. The preservation of regional security and the creation of stable political-economic relations in the Balkan Peninsula are declaratively the priorities of the policy by Western members of the international community. At the same time, they estimate that currently the most important hotbeds in Europe are located in Kosovo, in Albania, and in West Macedonia. However, it has to be noticed clearly that in all of those three “hotbed” countries the crucial troublemakers and warmongers are the ethnic Albanians but only if they are backed by the US administration as a history of the changing shape of the Balkans since 1990 shows.[8] The irony of Western dealing with the Balkan security issue is that during the last 30 years there were exactly they, but especially the USA, who have been constantly fuelling the petrol on the Balkan fire and then trying to present itself as playing a role of the firefighters.[9] It started with pushing Slovenia and Croatia towards the independence from Yugoslavia in 1990/1991 and now it has to be finished with the creation of the (NATO) army of “independent” Republic of Kosovo which will soon join together with the Republic of North Macedonia the NATO pact – a notorious anti-Russian warmonger military organization.

As a matter of real fact, Yugoslavia was very well positioned at the end of the Cold War (in 1989) for the successful transition to political democracy, market economy, and westernization. However, primarily due to the American policy of gangsterism, Yugoslavia had ceased to exist and went down to the bloody ethnic wars due to the disintegration of the central governmental authority and the breakdown of political and civil order. The crucial issue, in fact, is that Western/US action to stabilize the Balkans not only failed to prevent further spread of violence, ethnic cleansing, genocide or to negotiate peace, but actually exacerbated and directed the conflicts – the conflicts which were widely referred to as “Europe’s deadliest conflicts” since the WWII.[10]

The Balkan “Green Corridor”

Judged according to investments, natural resources (especially the reserves of black coal) and geostrategic elements, the province of Kosovo is worth at least 500 billion US $. Under the direct US umbrella, this fact favored Kosovo Albanian secessionist leadership in its efforts to assume the guidance of all Albanian people by the creation of a Greater Albania under the American protectorate, which might play a fundamental role in the American control of whole South-East Europe. The premise “whoever has control of the Balkans and of Kosovo and Macedonia, controls the stability and the instability of Europe” has been put to good use by the Albanian leaders by destabilizing this part of the European continent during the last 30 years in order to benefit by the creation of the US-sponsored Greater Albania, i.e. by the generating a monopoly of power and might in the Balkans.[11] Their efforts are designed to provide the solution to both Kosovo Question and Macedonian Question by involving international factors, to the point that internationalization of the problems is sought at any cost, including inciting and taking part in terrorist activities, devised to frighten the Serbian and Slavic Macedonian people and force them to emigrate and abandon the land to the secessionists.[12]

The political objectives of the Albanian secessionists in Kosovo and West ex-Yugoslav Macedonia encompassing both conventional and unconventional forms of activities by political parties, unions, media, supported by terrorism, guerrilla, contraband, drugs smuggling and violence of all sorts, are merely a mosaic revealing a rejection of the authority of Yugoslavia, Serbia and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (today the Republic of North Macedonia), and a collective resistance by the Serbian and Slavic Macedonian people and political parties, regardless of their political programs, party activities and attitude towards former, present or future governments.[13]

Kosovo-Metochia[14] and historical-geographical Macedonia are the regions with enormous historical and civilizational importance for the European culture, especially in view of resisting to the expansion of Islam in Europe. The last civil war in Bosnia-Herzegovina (1992−1995), concluded by the Dayton-Paris Agreement (November-December 1995), also represented an attempt by the Serbs to prevent the further penetration of Islam and Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism which became imported from Asia and Africa in the Balkans by the Bosnian-Herzegovinian administration of Alija Izetbegović[15] and, as well as, to stop the creation of the Balkan “Green Corridor” that was design to link the Balkan Muslims with Turkey and further with the Arab Middle East.[16]

Islamic Terrorism & the US administration

Part of this process includes the long-term effort of the Albanian leadership to create a “Greater Albania”, encompassing present-day Republic of Albania, Kosovo-Metochia, as well as West Republic of North Macedonia, East Montenegro, and North-West Greece (South Epirus). Political strikes staged by ethnic Albanian miners and university students in Kosovo back in 1988 and 1989 have finally escalated into the outbreaks of violence with tragic consequences, forcing Serbia’s government to take energetic measures to suppress anti-governmental, secessionist and terrorist activities, and to re-establish normal life-conditions in this part of the Republic of Serbia. This is why at the beginning of the 1990s, Kosovo Albanian terrorist groups and their leaders adopted a new strategy, which was intensified in 1996 and 1997. It was characterized by the attacks focused on governmental institutions, Serbs, Montenegrins, and even ethnic Albanians, who were judged to be helping the reinforcement of legal and legitimate authority of Serbia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro).[17] However, since 2001, the same scenario is applied in the north-western regions of ex-Yugoslav Macedonia. In just a few months at the end of 1997 and at the beginning of 1998, the activity of the terrorists in Kosovo-Metochia (organized in spring 1998 as the Kosovo Liberation Army – KLA or the UÇK) have caused the death of more than 70 citizens and members of Serbia’s police and Yugoslav Army’s forces. Such an escalation of violence in Kosovo-Metochia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and ex-Yugoslav Macedonia, is the result of thorough preparations of Muslim secessionists who are getting the support of various Islamic countries, particularly by Iran, Turkey and Saudi Arabia followed by different Islamic extremist militant institutions and organizations from the Middle East. However, the American administration was and is quite familiar with such stage of the reality in the Balkans but, in fact, nothing doing in order to alter such reality. For instance, according to the US report from 1998, “world terrorist and national enemy № 1”, Osama Bin Laden, was several weeks in Albania’s capital Tirana coordinating and financing the KLA’s activities in Kosovo-Metochia. In the same year, Washington openly supported Kosovo Albanian separatists whom (the KLA), however, just several weeks ago the White House labeled as a classical “terrorist organization”.

It is known that the US close partner Saudi Arabia gave substantial financial aid to the Muslim Government in Sarajevo during the last two years of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian civil war of course only after the American approval. There are many indications which suggest that military activities of Albanian secessionists in West ex-Yugoslav Macedonia from 2001 are sponsored by some Islamic countries in the first place by Iran and Saudi Arabia. However, in all of those cases of open radical Islamic terrorism on the soil of ex-Yugoslavia, including and Bosnia-Herzegovina, the US administration became quite silent and, in fact, giving a “green light” to its “friend № 1” in the Arabic world – Saudi Arabia to further work on the creation of the Balkan “Green Corridor”.

 

Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirović

www.global-politics.eu/sotirovic

sotirovic@global-politics.eu

© Vladislav B. Sotirović 2019

 

Endnotes:

[1] The fundamental national spirit of Serbian people, as a nation ready for self-sacrifice, is built on and around historical Kosovo Battle on June 15/28th, 1389, when the Serbs lost their independent state but preserved the national proudness, historical glory and, according to the national folk tales, protected and saved their honour and soul [Dragan Štavljan, “The Ethnification of Politics. A Case Study: Serbia”, Montenegro Journal of Foreign Policy, Vol. 3, No. 3−4, 1998, 44].

[2] On the historical and contemporary question of Kosovo Knot, see in [Petar V. Grujić, Kosovo Knot, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: RoseDog Books, 2014].

[3] All armament and military equipment of the Kosovo Army is of the NATO origin.

[4] “Kosovo: Parliament approves creation of regular army”, Ansa Med, December 14th, 2018 [http://www.ansamed.info/ansamed/en/news/nations/serbia/2018/12/14/kosovo-parliament-approves-creation-of-regular-army_027bb956-1fe3-4acf-ac17-5d9871dafdb1.html].

[5] Madeleine Albright is an author of self-whitewashed memoir: Madam Secretary: A Memoir, New York: Talk Miramax Books, 2003.

[6] Pierre Pean, Sébastien Fontenelle, Kosovo une guerre juste” pour créer un etat mafieux, Paris: Librairie Arthème Fayard, 2013.

[7] Hannes Hofbauer, Eksperiment Kosovo: Povratak kolonijalizma, Beograd: Albatros Plus, 2009.

[8] On the issue of the Balkan transitional process from 1990 to 1996, see in [F. W. Carter, H. T. Norris (eds.), The Changing Shape of the Balkans, London: UCL Press, 1996].

[9] About the Western role in the Balkan tragedy in the 1990s from a perspective of an American writer, see in [Susan L. Woodward, Balkan Tragedy: Chaos and Dissolution after the Cold War, Washington, D. C.: The Brooking Institution, 1995].

[10] Jeffrey Haynes et al, World Politics, New York: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2013, 587.

[11] On an ideological-propaganda concept of a Greater Albania, see in [A. Buda (ed.), Albanians and their Territories, Tirana, 1985].

[12] On the ethnic cleansing of Kosovo Serbs by the ethnic Albanians and KLA terrorists under NATO and US protection since June 1999, see in [Мирко Чупић, Отета земља: Косово и Метохија (злочини, прогони, отпори…), Београд: Нолит, 2006].

[13] About the Albanians in the western portion of Macedonia after the independence of the FYROM (since 1991), see in [James Pettifer (ed.), The New Macedonian Question, New York: Palgrave, 2001, 137−147].

[14] An original, historical, and authentic (Serbian) name of the province of Kosovo is Kosovo-Metochia.

[15] Манојло Миловановић, Исламски терористи у Босни и Херцеговини, Бања Лука, 2001. Alija Izetbegović was elected President of Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1990 who was driving this country toward the independence and civil war under the direct auspices by the last US ambassador to Belgrade, Warren Zimmermann. In 1970, A. Izetbegović became the author of a fundamentalist Islamic Declaration which was advocating a cleansing of the Christians in the regions with a Muslim majority. For such activity, A. Izetbegović was imprisoned for several years by the Yugoslav authorities. During the WWII he served a notorious SS Hanjar Division that was completed by young Bosnian-Herzegovinian Muslims. This division participated in Serb holocaust in Bosnia-Herzegovina. A. Izetbegović visited Teheran in May 1991 as a “genuine Muslim believer” and, according to the US sources, at this occasion he obtained financial and other support by the Islamic Republic of Iran [Jelena Guskova, Istorija jugoslovense krize (1990−2000), I, Beograd: Izdavačko grafički atelje “M”, 2003, 306].

[16] Srdja Trifkovic, The “Green Corridor”: Myth or Reality, Chicago, 2009.

[17] Daniel Jankovic, “Escalation: The Continued Conflict in Kosovo, The Outright ‘Criminalization’ of the Pristina Government”, Center for Research on Globalization, December 19th, 2018 [https://www.globalresearch.ca/escalation-the-continued-conflict-in-kosovo-the-outright-criminalization-of-the-pristina-government/5663340].


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