Albanian war against dead Serbs
The political battle America, Germany, Russia and Albania with the expansion of the Albanian “Lebensraum” in Serbia has turned into a wave of violence against the Serbian cemeteries and now threatens to be a new spark to armed conflicts in the Balkans.
By Marko Lopušina
Last week, Serbian police removed an illegal monument from the center of the city of Presevo. The monument marked the Albanian war dead that belong to an armed Albanian group which Belgrade considers a terrorist organization. The monument itself was not destroyed, but was moved to the outskirts of the town of Presevo.
Kosovo Albanians, however, reacted with a wave of violence against Serbian cemeteries, destroying 25 of them, and demolishing a monument in Vitina that commemorates anti-Nazi resistance. An enraged Albanian Muslim mob also destroyed the monument of the Serbian children murdered in Gorazdevac by armed Albanian gunmen.
Five tombstones were demolished at the old Orthodox cemetery located in the courtyard of the church of St. Nicholas. In the village of Belo Polje near Pec a house, owned by a Serb, was burned down but luckily for the Serb, Miodrag Petrovic, he was not in the house when the fire broke out. In the mixed village Drajkovce in Štrpce, Albanians burned burned down stack of hay.
The Head of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo, Jean-Claude Schlumberger, condemned the desecration of Orthodox cemeteries and religious monuments in Kosovo, as “unacceptable and not only violates religious and ethnic rights of those to whom they belong, but of society as a whole.”
Although representatives of international structures in Kosovo – UNMIK, EULEX and KFOR strongly condemned the rampage by Albanian extremists and urged them to exercise restraint, Albanian extremists in Vitina responded by flattening to the ground dozen gravestones at the Orthodox cemetery.
Serbian prime minister Ivica Dacic condemned the destruction of Serbian cemeteries and historic sites in Kosovo and warned international forces in the province that it is their obligation to protect the Serbian cultural heritage. Serbia’s Prime Minister said that the destruction of Serbian cemeteries inhumane act.
Kosovo Albanian separatists replied via their Public Service of Radio Television of Kosovo (RTK), in prime time news and on its web site, that Serbian “security agencies are directly involved in organizing the destruction of Serbian cemeteries in some areas.”
RTK used unnamed sources in the Kosovo Intelligence Agency saying that attacks on Serbs by Serbian spies “go towards the destruction of the state of Kosovo.”
Terrorist Albanian National Army, after an argument at Djakovica, managed to find truce with the ultra-nationalist organization “Self determination” and than both tried to attack the monastery of the Most Holy Mother of God.
This Monastery was completely destroyed in the pogrom of Serbs in 2004, and since, it has been restored with the help of the international community.
At the Most Holy Mother of God monastery, located in Djakovica, there are now only four remaining Serb women from this town. Only due to the presence of KFOR troops attack on the church properly these women were saved from a massive rape and death.
Bishop Teodosije sought protection from Prizren Orthodox religious sites and cemeteries, and urged the international community not to allow the rampage of Albanian nationalists.
In the two decades, Albanian terrorists have demolished more than 5,000 Serbian cultural and religious sites, houses and lands, even those monuments that as world heritage protected by UNESCO. Condemnation of the war against the Serbian culture, if any, are mild but mostly nonexistent.
However, Serbs are erased from Kosovo more than just by a war against the dead.
Bulldozers, mud and Albanian howling marked the symbolic end of Serbs in Vitina. Police officers and their bosses organized the sale of Serbian property in this town – Albanians who wanted to buy the property offered money to the chief of police, because without the police chief ordinary Albanians could not take Serbian land. The police chief gets a commission from every sale of the illegally taken Serbian property.
“Your house is sold, I want my 20,000 euros,” local police chief told a displaced Serb whose house was sold against his will. The Serb lives in the nearby village next to Vitina along with other expelled Serbs.
“I’m going to report you for this,” replied the Serb.
“And who are you going to report me to? Be careful, tomorrow the price will be lower,” replied the police chief who used the threat of a lower price to induce the Serb to agree to an immediate unwanted sale.
Serbs are being erased from the map of the province, as if they never existed. A new Albanian history is being written according to the script of the West.
It is no longer just about punishing the Serbs and Serbia, but it is a new political calculus that the West has in the Balkans.
War with dead Serbs in Kosovo and southern Serbia where Albanians live, is waged not just by the Albanian extremists and terrorists but also by their sponsors in the Western part of the Europe.
The tactic of attacks is part of the internationalization of the Albanian issue in the Balkans by starting it in the south of Presevo, Bujanovac and Medvedja, than re-extending the conflict to Kosovo and than connecting it to the position of Albanians in Albania, Macedonia and Greece.
This Greater Albania plan can be seen through the reaction of foreign officials.
For example, the U.S. Embassy in Pristina said it understands the importance of removing the monument in Presevo and expressed regret that this act caused a violent reaction to Kosovo.
“The United States regrets to look at this and condemn the use of violence against reprisals monuments, churches and members of the Kosovo Serb community, which took place during the night. Not only are these attacks undermine the spirit of multiculturalism in Kosovo, but also affect the community in Kosovo because of the decision made in Belgrade,” the statement said.
Behind such public pronouncements, the fact is that US and Albanians are waging war of conquest for Albanian expansion in the Balkans and although US is publicly condemning Albanian violence, privately, evidence shows, US is advising Albanians in Kosovo and telling them how to achieve “Lebensraum” in the Balkans.
Other Western spy services are used as well. For example, Germany has dispatched its own advisers to southern Serbia and is “teaching” the Albanians there how to protest against Belgrade. On advice of these German agents, Albanians in southern Serbia refrained from violence while, on counter advice, Albanians in Kosovo went on a rampage.
Albania itself has sent their emissaries to Serbia and are openly advising rebellion against Belgrade.
The reason for all this is to put pressure on Serbia so, as a result, we see destruction of Serbian monuments, cemeteries and homes and public threats of war made by various Albanian officials.
All these threats are serious because Albanians do have weapons and can always get more from Albania itself, where NATO can and will supply it to them.
Once obtained, these weapons could quickly be used to arm various Albanian para-institutions, while other, top echelons deny all of this.
Inside Kosovo, three levels of operations exist. There is the top echelon, the supranationals, which deny their implication in Greater Albanian project and issue statements hoping there is no war.
The second layer are the local Albanian officials who are being advised by the US and the Western governments that make up the top echelon. These Albanian officials are coached by US in what to say, which laws to pass, what kind of judgments to issue in the court of law, as well as what to say on the public TV airways.
The third, and the most important layer, are para-institutions that execute the real Albanian policy in the region. These para-institutions are an amalgam of Albanian tribes, mafia, paramilitary structures, nationalists, village elders, extreme Islamists, agents from Albania…
It is this third layer that is responsible for the creation of the Western-sponsored apartheid system for the remaining Serbs in Kosovo.
This apartheid system sure looks like a great set-up for a quick destruction of Serbian heritage in Kosovo but in the long-term, it is a recipe for a perpetual regional instability. By relying on pre-medieval social structures, much land in the Balkans could be conquered for Albanians, but such state will be gripped with perpetual violence and political anarchy. Absence of civilized society that protects life and private property would simply be expanded to more land across the Balkans.
Marko Lopušina is an investigative journalist for Serbia’s Daily, Vecernje Novosti. He is an author of several dozen books of which many examine the history and the role of secret service organizations and spying in the Balkans.