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Bosnia and Kosovo: Radical Islam, organ trafficking and Western mainstream media bias



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The conflict that raged throughout the former Yugoslavia was met by a wall of silence when it came to important issues. These important issues apply to America and the United Kingdom supporting Islamists in a brutal civil war in Bosnia and then installing a new nation by ignoring international law in Kosovo. Also, is it credible to believe that the vast majority of major news agencies and national governments did not know about thousands of Islamists in Europe who were sent to slit the throats and behead Orthodox Christians?

After all, if the reality of what really happened in Bosnia and Kosovo was revealed then people could not be manipulated and national governments who supported America and the United Kingdom would not have been involved in such folly and brutality.  Therefore, the mass media was a tool which worked in the favor of America and the United Kingdom and the Muslim “victim card” works well in many circles of the mass media.

In an article published in The Guardian (British newspaper) on Dec 14th, 2010, the writer Paul Lewis states that:

Kosovo’s prime minister is the head of a “mafia-like” Albanian group responsible for smuggling weapons, drugs and human organs through Eastern Europe, according to a Council of Europe inquiry report on organised crime.”

“The report of the two-year inquiry, which cites FBI and other intelligence sources, has been obtained by the Guardian. It names Thaçi as having over the last decade exerted “violent control” over the heroin trade. Figures from Thaçi’s inner circle are also accused of taking captives across the border into Albania after the war, where a number of Serbs are said to have been murdered for their kidneys, which were sold on the black market.”

The report is clearly damning and this applies to not only the PM of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, but to all nations who have recognized Kosovo. This applies to breaking international law and making clear fabrications about the nature of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and the reality of what was happening on the ground.

The article by Paul Lewis continues by stating that:

The report paints a picture in which ex-KLA commanders have played a crucial role in the region’s criminal activity. It says: “In confidential reports spanning more than a decade, agencies dedicated to combating drug smuggling in at least five countries have named Hashim Thaçi and other members of his Drenica group as having exerted violent control over the trade in heroin and other narcotics.”

Marty says: “Thaçi and these other Drenica group members are consistently named as ‘key players’ in intelligence reports on Kosovo’s mafia-like structures of organised crime. I have examined these diverse, voluminous reports with consternation and a sense of moral outrage.”

Therefore, if we look at the role of ex-President of America, Bill Clinton, it is apparent that not only did he give the green light for thousands of Islamists to slit the throats of Orthodox Christians in Bosnia; but he also supported the terrorist and criminal KLA in Kosovo who have been involved in organ trafficking and heroin.  Tony Blair, the ex-Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, also played his role in Kosovo by openly manipulating the facts and countless other political leaders also sold their souls.

Vojin Joksimovich, the author of Kosovo is Serbia, highlights what Frank Josef Hutch states at the trial of Slobodan Milosevic. Hutch, a German journalist, revealed the role of the mujahideen who worked within the KLA command structure.  The contractor that provided the funding of Islamists was the Pentagon contractor Military Professionals Resources Incorporated (MPRI).

Vojin Joksimovich states that:

“What Hutch’s testimony seems to suggest is that the Clinton administration assimilated Al Qaeda fighters into the KLA via MPRI in order to be able to deny that his administration was in bed with Al Qaeda.”

“MPRI has done dirty work for the U.S. government in Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo and Macedonia.  German author Jurgen Elsasser in his book, translated as How Jihad Came into Europe: Holy Warriors and Secret Services in the Balkans, claims that MPRI took the best mujahideen fighters from Bosnia upon conclusion of the Dayton Accords and put them on their payroll, trained them in Turkey with the help of the Turkish army and sent 80 to 120 of them to Kosovo to help the KLA and later to Macedonia.” (Page 92 and 93 of Kosovo is Serbia by Vojin Joksimovich).

If we turn to events that happened in Bosnia then it is clear that Bill Clinton gave Islamists a free hand and somehow thousands of Islamists from distant lands were able to obtain visas and bypass many borders.

In my article called Bosnia and Clinton’s Radical Islamists I state that:

“Sky news has obtained clear and proper evidence of a major cover-up and footages of massacres against Serbian Christians have been seen.  According to the investigation and footages which were shown, it is abundantly clear that thousands of radical Islamists from all over the world were given a free reign in Bosnia.”

“This free-reign meant that innocent Serbian Christians were to meet terrible and disturbing deaths at the hands of radical Islamists who celebrate openly while cutting the heads off innocent civilians.  The same Islamic forces which unleashed September 11th and which stone people to death in order to create “year zero,” were welcomed openly by ex-President Clinton and by people within his administration.”

Serge Trifkovic (Srdja Trifkovic) the author of The Sword of the Prophet states that:

“The America intervention in the Balkans – humanitarian bombings, multicultural Muslims, and all – was the Clinton team’s exercise in counter-realism.  Its end result is the strengthening of an already aggressive Islamic base in the heart of Europe that will not go away.” (Page 227).

Turning to 2010 and Srdja Trifkovic states in his article called Hillary Clinton’s Ongoing Bosnian Fixation (www.serbianna.com Oct 12, 2010) that:

Mrs. Clinton refuses to allow this reality to blur her “vision,” which is built on the self-defeating notion that the U.S. needs to be seen, and perhaps even appreciated, in the Islamic world as the champion of Muslim interests in Europe. Accordingly, the push from Washington for Bosnia’s “reforms” will undoubtedly continue after Mrs. Clinton’s visit, which is unfortunate. That push is a major obstacle to the lasting stabilization of the area known as Western Balkans in general, and of Bosnia-Herzegovina in particular. It is but a codeword for establishing what in effect what would be a Muslim-dominated unitary state—in a majority-Christian country!—and amounting to the end of the RS in fact if not in name.”

Therefore, from Bosnia to Kosovo and back again to Bosnia it is clear that America is supporting the “Islamic card” and while Kosovo is allowed to break free from Serbia the Bosnian Serbs must be forced to accept a unitary state which will come under Muslim domination.  This is clearly the hope of America and if the political leadership is weak in Serbia and economic blackmail rules the day then the Serbian dominated regions will weaken in time and their minority status will lead to another Kosovo and de-Christianization.

Vojin Joksimovich in reference to the KLA being involved in killing people for organs he states that:

“Instead of serving long-term sentences in various European jails, protégés of the Clinton and Bush administrations have become leading Kosovo politicians – including the Prime Ministers Hashim Thaci, Ramush Haradinaj, and Agim Ceku.  Is this not telling us a great deal about the ethical and moral standards of the Western political leaders?  The world knew about the NAZI war crimes as soon as World War Two ended. James Hoyt, Iowa mailman, was one of the four U.S. soldiers to first see Buchenwald concentration camp. Before his death at 83, he said: “I saw hearts that had been taken from live people.”  In Kosovo we had to wait for the publication of del Ponte’s book almost nine years later.” (Kosovo is Serbia by Vojin Joksimovich – page 382).

In my article called The Forgotten Orthodox Christians of Bosnia and Kosovo I state that:

Maybe one day the Serbian Orthodox Christian community in Bosnia will face the same fate which befell their co-religionists in Kosovo.  After all, Islamic nations and organizations are funding many Islamic institutions throughout the region and added to the higher Muslim birthrate and pro-American policies towards the Muslims of Bosnia and Kosovo then this could become a future reality.

What is clear is that time is not on the side of the Republic Srpska because either it will join with Serbia or become an independent state whereby Serbians will be guaranteed their freedom. Or it will be swallowed up by the American backed unitary Bosnian state under the Muslim elites of Bosnia and with the full backing of many Islamic nations.”

Thousands of Islamists from all over the world were allowed freely into Bosnia and Bill Clinton and his administration fully understood that these Islamic terrorists were killing and slaughtering innocent Christian civilians.  It is also clear that Islamists, criminals, and terrorists were used in Kosovo and that the KLA went from being deemed to being a terrorist organization into a movement that was supported by America, the United Kingdom, and others.

Not only this, we also know that Islamic charities and Islamic organizations are intent on spreading radical Islam throughout the Balkans and Bosnia, Kosovo, and Macedonia are breeding grounds for spreading this dangerous ideology.

The KLA was also involved in the trafficking of organs from prisoners who were alive and of course you have the narcotics angle and general criminality.  However, will this be enough to dent America’s pro-Islamic policies in the Balkans which have been so detrimental to the region?

Also, will the world wake up to the de-Christianization of Kosovo and how Western governments enabled radical Islamists to enter the Bosnian and Kosovo conflicts?  Or will America and the United Kingdom, and others, continue with their policies of being pro-Muslim in both Bosnia and Kosovo?

It also must be mentioned that the Serbian minority and other minorities in Kosovo must not only feel abandoned by the international community but they must be aghast by being ruled by the current leader of Kosovo and having their land taken away from them.


2010-12-15

By Lee Jay Walker, The Modern Tokyo Times

Source: The Modern Tokyo Times

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