Wednesday, July 27, 2005

New info on burning of Albanian civilian corpses in Mackatica

Koha Ditore reports that Belgrade-based Danas newspaper carried an interview with an anonymous source that revealed thorough details about the burning of Albanian civilian corpses in Mackatica factory in Serbia during NATO air-raids over Yugoslavia.

The witness, who wanted to remain anonymous, told Danas that during the NATO intervention, members of the Serbian State Security were ‘untouchable’ and gave the names of several Serbs who participated in the burning of the corpses.

16 comments:

Chris Blaku said...

Very curious to know what the Serb and pro-Serb bloggers say about the extremely humane activities of the Serbians, as demonstrated in this news article, that they so conveniently have forgotten?

It is incredible to note that they have been ranting about the burning of Churches, and the media buys it, ignoring the obvious massacres that took place only half a decade ago.

Anonymous said...

You even said in previous remarks, that we shoudnt believe Danas, but now it is acceptable?

Which will it be? Or what ever serves your purpose.

Anonymous said...

Hey you looser (above blogger)!

We don't believe "Danas", however we do believe the people who witnessed what happened in Mackatica.

Natasa Kandic has been working hard on finding out what happened in Mackatica, and we will soon learn yet again who did what in the Balkans.

Kosovar

Chris Blaku said...

I never said we should not believe Danas specifically, however, I have mentioned the obvious reservations I have towards Serbian media. Regardless of the fact, burned corpses are burned corpses, the fact that Belgrade's newspapers are reporting them makes them all the more unavoidable.

Anonymous said...

If Serbs have failed to realize how evil they are by now, I think there is no point in pushing them to think now. They just won't understand.

I bet you that the majority of them still think that most of the Albanians they killed were terrorists.

Anonymous said...

Of course they were! Terrorists are known to play with toys, eat a lot of chocholate, cry all the time, use dipers, or just be somewhere above 60 years of age, now if that isn't a terrorist tell me what is?

Anonymous said...

Is that the same Natasa Kandic that is funded by Soros?

Yea, believe her all you want.

Hey KOSOVAR, if it looks like a terrorist, quacks like a terrorist, guess it is an albanian terrorist.

Ha ha ha.

Anonymous said...

To the last poster, EAT MUT!

Anonymous said...

“Like it or not, we are at war with the Serbian nation (the Serbs certainly think so), and the stakes have to be very clear: Every week you ravage Kosovo is another decade we will set your country back by pulverizing you. You want 1950? We can do 1950. You want 1389? We can do 1389 too.” (Friedman, “Stop the Music,” New York Times, April 23, 1999)

Anonymous said...

It looks like our above poster knows one english idiom and he thinks he know how to use it well.

Right back at 'cha.
If it looks like a killer, quaks like a killer, then it must be a SERB.

You know the funny thing is we can do this in Serb too.
But I hardly doubt your capabilities to do this in Albanian. That is where your brain stops and ours keeps working.
Welcome to the future.

Chris Blaku said...

For some strange reason, it seems anything to do with Soros is automatically discredited by the Serbians. Perhaps, it is because the billionaire was very sympathetic to the Albanian cause, being a WW2 survivor himself.

I am curious to wonder what exactly about George Soros immediately initiates thoughts of discredit among Serbians that make Natasa Kandic's noble actions wrong?

Chris Blaku said...

By the way, quoting Friedman's NY Times article was great. Amazing article. Do you have the link by any chance?

Anonymous said...

I would love to see that article too. Can you post that link?

Anonymous said...

It seems that in the throes of political argument, it has been forgotton that these burned corpses were once someone's family. Sometimes I still awake at night with the stench of death in my nose. And the images, which I saw with my own eyes in Kosova, of those murdered by Serb hands are imprinted in my head forever. Please don't forget the humanity.

Chris Blaku said...

It is political argument, seasoned politicians, and educated historians that will cease the further massacre and humiliation of the Albanian people. It is that we lacked in our past, but will embrace in our future that will prevent our barbaric neighbors to the north from realizing their expansionist aspirations, at the expense of Albanian blood.

Anonymous said...

About Friedmans article

I was able to find this:

http://mailman.lbo-talk.org/1999/1999-April/007570.html


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