Wednesday, July 06, 2005

An explosive message

Express reports that an eleven-part SMS message sent to the editorial office of the paper provides a detailed description of the course of and reason for the explosions.

The full message, claims the newspaper, is a reaction to the possible versions of the occurrence of explosions published in yesterday’s edition of Express.

Referring to the report in Express that the explosive device was planted opposite the OSCE building so that the cameras of the building would not record the authors of the explosion, the message started by saying that the OSCE was not a target. A travel agency, Eurokoha, not the OSCE, was the target of the explosion as ‘no one has the right to throw the national flag on the ground in European boxing matches’. [In a recent boxing match between Luan Krasniqi and Whitaker, Krasniqi waved the President’s flag and not the Albanian national flag.]

Regarding the other two explosions, the sender warned members of the Kosovo Assembly that they would suffer grave consequences if their decisions affected the ‘statehood’ of Kosovo.



According to the message, 12 persons were part of the operation. The drafter of the message expressed dissatisfaction with political developments in Kosovo, especially with the international administration.

‘Kosovo has sons that will die for it. You can show your force with Albin Kurti and Albanian journalists who are offending your friend Vojvoda Beli Orlovi (Vojislav Sesel’s nickname), the author of Chetnik Knives (Vuk Draskovic), the friend of Serbian Army that killed and burned in Kosovo. This is a threat against the international administration in Kosovo.’

The message was also being sent in commiseration with the KPC Ceremonial Guard, which because of some ‘unwise’ statements by its leaders was punished with three months suspension of ceremonial duties. According to its author, three ‘targets’ were controlled to avoid casualties and 800 grams of TNT were used. What is more indicative, the article says, is the effort of the message to explain that on the same day, Saturday, similar electronic messages were sent to cell phones of three KPS spokespersons.

As far as KPS spokesman Refki Morina is concerned, a related message was never sent to his mobile phone. ‘Neither myself nor anyone else in the KPS Information Office received such a message. It is a lie,’ Morina told Express on Tuesday.

Furthermore, the drafter of SMS says the explosions on Saturday are only the beginning. ‘We will fulfill our duties and we will place a van with a ton of TNT in front of 92 Station in the centre of Pristina’.

In conclusion, the symbolic numbers 11.03.1981 are provided. This is the date of the first student demonstrations in Pristina, which engendered a new era of political resistance by Albanians in Kosovo.

The message ends with a call not to make the numbers [mobile phone numbers guesses Express] public because ‘they might be misused by UNMIK itself’.

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

this guys definitely need to get laid.

Anonymous said...

... exactly, to express his anger through sex rather than TNT.

Anonymous said...

who the hell plants bombs for boxing crap?

Chris Blaku said...

It is a Serbian attempt to portray the Albanians as unstable and uncivilized ahead of final-status talks.

You know how crazy rebels get over boxing matches, dontcha?

Anonymous said...

Who ever it is they seem quite "funny". Must respect the fact that they didn't hurt anyone (if that was their intention, not to hurt). Alas looks like the only way to get a message accross in that region.

Anonymous said...

They need ice-cream! ICE CREAM is The Answer...

Anonymous said...

or a chill pill

Anonymous said...

just arrest them, UNMIK, KPS, TMK get going

Anonymous said...

For those who think that Kosova will gain independence. Think again. If Kosova was going to be independent, it would have been it by now. Not even americans thinks it now. Check for yourself.

Chris Blaku said...

Thanks a lot for your input.

Am I the only one that thinks this is the same person posting the same thing everyday?

Anonymous said...

Martyr?

Anonymous said...

Most probably, he still hasn't gotten laid (high school is tough isnt it martyr?)

Anonymous said...

What part of Africa is Kosovo in?

Anonymous said...

Why you say that in derrogative tone? Africa is a great continent and there are great people there, Serbian culture comes nowhere close to African cultures. Africa is so rich with human heritage that you can in no way compare.

Serbian racism is amazing, it goes past racism towards Albanians. What do your families teach you there for God's sake?

Chris Blaku said...

Serbian culture? What a riot. Serbian culture was limited and tied completely to the Serbian Orthodox Church, which was a mutilated Russian Orthodox Church. The Serbians have borrowed culture, stolen history, and falsificated their proud traditions through the guise of this very same church. Upon the liberation of Serbia by Russia (they couldn't do it themselves), the Serbian Orthodox Church, working with the Greek and Russian Churches conspired to annex Albanian land upon the Ottoman Empire crumbling. They began to falsify history and make ordinary Serbians strongly patriotic and aware of their country's "sacrifice for God in 1389." This was done in Churches, much like Wahhabism is taught in Pakistani and Saudi Mosques today. The sheer extent of the Serbian Orthodox Church and the militant beliefs it preached is unbelievable for a Christian of the West today.

The world is only realizing now, the filth within the walls of the Serbian Orthodox Church, whose priests carry guns and bless Serbian paramilitary troops to "Kill the rising Turks" before they massacre innocent Bosnian men with their hands tied behind their backs.

How long could you keep this facade of a civilized culture to the world? Not too long, the holes in your act are getting bigger by the day.

Chris Blaku said...

‘According to private information that I have the Serb National Council in the north of Kosovo is behind the bomb attack, namely Marko Jaksic. I will ask the international police to declare the SNC as a terrorist organization’, papers quote the Minister for Returns and Communities, Slavisa Petkovic, as saying.

Anonymous said...

Really, where is it? I am serious. I am a student doing a report on subhuman cultures. I need to know these things. I do not know where Kosovo is and would be surprisedd if it were in Africa. Africa is home to many great beings. It seems like you people were raised in a screen door barn with no stones to throw. You should learn a lesson from Rawanda Hotel.

Chris Blaku said...

Kosova and its inhabitants belong to the oldest known inhabitants of the Balkans, the Dardanian tribe of Illyrians.

In comparison, our neighbors to the north emigrated from the underdeveloped Russian regions in search of warm weather, a little sun, and fresh meat. Their civilization was barbaric in comparison to the already established and advanced urban culture of the inhabitants of the Balkans, the Illyrians.

Anonymous said...

I saw Hotel Rwanda, it took me back to what I saw in Kosova, and the genocide there was done by Serbs.

Anonymous said...

ok smarty pants if you know so much about this great fake country of Kosovo then maybe you can tell me the effects the Albanian elections of 3 JULY 05 will have on Kosovo smarty pants

Chris Blaku said...

Fake country may be accurate, Kosova is in reality a province of north eastern Albania.

Anonymous said...

please....a little respect...a greater ALBANIA

Chris Blaku said...

It is not a "Greater" Albania, it is the ethnic borders that have been pressured and compacted throughout the centuries by foreign invaders. The lineage has proven true, and Kosova's rightful home is within Albania's borders, as it was before the Slav stepped foot in the plaines of Kosova.

Anonymous said...

The field sprint that ended with the attack on my people of Kosovo then three erupted with the ferocity of a bucking bronco.

Anonymous said...

Chris.....are you just dumb or what. Have you ever been to Kosovo. Have you ever been out of the US or even out of NY for that matter. Some times you have to actually live a little...you know breathe the KEK air to know what is really going down.

Anonymous said...

I think you are wrong not chris...just becuase chris has never left the US of A does not mean that he cant hate someone for no reason at all.........Look at bill cosby

Chris Blaku said...

I was actually born in Kosova. Prishtina hospital in Ulpiana, where I also resided.

Anonymous said...

Blaku...is that ashkali

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