Sunday, June 10, 2007

History in Making - President Bush in Albania - Kosovo to BecomeIndependent


14 comments:

Anonymous said...

President Bush received a hero's welcome and rightly so, his commitment to an independent Kosovo is to be admired. His father, President Bush Senior drew the "red line" over Kosovo and now the son is slowly closing the issue in cooperation with the people of Kosovo.

Ziad said...

THE WAY YOU SIDED WITH bush, american BUTCHER…..IN TIRANA… MAKES ME SICK. I guesss u disregard the fact that he killed so many MOSLEMS??/ THATS FINE……Inshallah …..WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND
YOU SOLD YOURSELFS TO george bush….cheeply
SALAM TO ALL…..FROM ZIAD Ismayilzada
FROM الشام ash-Shām

ivan said...

Hey did anybody see Bush's watch?

Anonymous said...

Let's not forget 1244: Kosovo is part of Serbia.

Autonomy: yes. Independence: no!

Anonymous said...

if we Love President Bush it means we Love United States of America.

so well done President Bush and you are our president to...

Anonymous said...

Great, now The south can declare Independence from the North. Wait, Bavarian can now declare independence from Germany too. Hold on, Cataluña, can now declare indepedence too, too many cases to note here.

Leave it to Bush, simple minded way of thinking to, try and appease white Muslims to get a feather in his Muslim cap.

This leader has no idea of international affairs, and does the most absurd simpleton things.

Anonymous said...

we all know wht kosovo suffer from im 1995 and all of us blame all the arabian ad islamic worled for nothing done by them....but all of us know wht the aabian and islamic ppl do to help there brothers every where ... u can fiend arabian young ppl in shishan , iraq , bousna and before in afganistan and shishan ....in sha allah we will win

Anonymous said...

bush didn't even know where kosovo is a day before he went there. it's all narco-mafia from kosovo money about.

Anonymous said...

The tragedy of Croatia clearly indicates that many post World War I mistakes must be rectified. In order for all of Europe's peoples to live in peace and harmony, the political, social and economic structures must be addressed. The recognition of Croatia and Slovenia as independent states is a step in that direction. Recent events in these countries further serve to demonstrate, that, in the final analysis, neither hostile political agendas, military action, economic pressures nor lack of Western support can prevent people from exercising their right to self-determination. It has become equally obvious that the solution to the region's minority problem is a sine qua, non for achieving lasting stability and peace. And yet, while the approximately half a million Hungarians of ex-Yugoslavia face discrimination, persecution, violence and even genocide, their plight receives little attention from those who claim to have an outstanding human rights records. In the interest of peace, the international community must insist that minority rights be respected everywhere, including Serbia, Vojvodina and Preshevo Valey, and not only in Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo, where the question was regarded as a prerequisite to being recognized as an independent State.
It is therefore the moral duty of the international community to safeguard the human rights of those whom they placed in this situation against their will. Unfortunately, the reaction of the international community to the Croatian crisis has not only been slow but misguided. It reveals that Europe is more interested in maintaining the statusquo. Even if this means the continued subjugation and suffering of nations, than in taking the painful steps for laying the foundations for a lasting peace. It also reveals that Europe is ready to have the formerly communist 19 countries turn into quasi dictatorships, instead of democracies, if they continue to uphold those ideas, which, were imposed on the region 70 years ago. The insufficient attention paid, the fate of Vojvodina's and Baranya's Hungarian community also raises some disquieting questions. What value is placed upon the security and well-being of half a million people? If such a "small" group does not merit, international consideration, would the: international conscience be more active in the case of the two to three million-strong Hungarian community in Transylvania?
- The international community must recognize that intolerable situations inevitably lead to the outbreak of conflict. It must also know that its own stability and peace may be threatened in the long run. It is therefore in the interest of the, entire global community to make some bold political moves which, would rectify past mistakes, safeguard the respect of human rights for all minorities and guarantee all nations and ethnic groups the full right to self-determination.

Anonymous said...

The fact that the Serbian demands for new frontiers were purely unilateral and totally unjustified is shown by the Serbian attitude to non-Serbs in Serbia itself. Serbia raised the so-called issue of Serbs in Croatia, although Croatia, with 78% of Croats was, except for Slovenia, the republic with the most homogeneous population. It is a degree of homogeneity by no means exceptional by European standards.
Serbia, on the other hand, with a proportion of about 65% Serbs, is less homogeneous than Croatia. The territorial integrity of Serbia, however, could not be called in question - in the Serbian view - because the principle of self-determination does not apply to Albanians, Hungarians and Bulgarians living in Serbia. The minorities question was stated to be a purely "internal" issue, although non-Serbian communities form huge majorities in areas bordering on Hungary, Albania and Bulgaria. If ethnic criteria were to be consistently applied, the annexation of these parts of Serbia to neighboring states would be technically fairly simple. Serbia excluded the possibility of secession by these non-Serbian populations by declaring that the external borders of Yugoslavia were inviolable. What was intended to apply to Serbs in Croatia was not accepted by Serbia in reference to Albanians, Hungarians and Bulgarians, or even to Moslems in the Sandjak or Croats in Vojvodina.
Since the Serbian view was discriminatory and totally unacceptable to the other nations of Yugoslavia, and since Serbia could not impose it by political means, it set out to achieve its territorial ambitions by direct action. To this end it used the Yugoslav National Army and other federal institutions, where Serbs formed the majority. The prime target was Croatia and the aim was obviously the forcible imposition of revised frontiers or the seizure of large areas of Croatian territory (more than 50%). The afore- mentioned Mihajlo Markovic said in this connection in August 1990, when the Serbian aggression was in full swing: "The Yugoslav Army has to establish new frontiers... and paved the road toward so called The Great Serbia.”

Anonymous said...

@ SERBS,
Spotting and Dumping the Criminal Mind
"...Consider Dostoevsky's analysis of the criminal mind in his masterwork `Crime and Punishment': The criminal assumption is that one has the right and authority to take or confiscate values earned by others so long as someone else has a need for those values."
http://www.ip-global.org/archiv/2002/fall2002/ethnic-minorities-in-ex-yugoslavia.html
The Criminal Mind is a mode of thinking that lays the responsibility for taking care of oneself onto others. A person with a criminal mind constantly projects that others owe him something -- be it money, a job, happiness, love, or anything else of value.
Serbs pretend that didn’t do anything wrong:
You didn’t humiliated nobody, you didn’t steal nobody, you didn’t tortured nobody, you didn’t raped nobody, you didn’t kill nobody, you didn’t stab nobody, you didn’t shoot nobody, you didn’t kidnapped nobody, you didn’t took the home of nobody you didn’t took the property of nobody, you didn’t took the land of nobody ….
This is the way a Criminal Mind can think. Even the worse criminal tries to justify his self before committing the crime. The same way you are thinking too.
And if the victims react to protect his self in self defense, and hurts you, then you label your prey or victim as an aggressor. What really happen to Croatia?
Along with Slovenia, Croatia declared its independence from Yugoslavia on June 25, 1991, which triggered the Croatian War of Independence. The Serb population living in border areas of Croatia revolted, supported by the Yugoslav army, and the ensuing months saw combat between various Croatian and Serbian armed forces. During this stage of the war, the independence of Croatia was recognized by the international community, while the Serbs proclaimed their own state, the Republic of Serbian Krajina. The Yugoslav army, controlled by Serbia, armed local Serbs turning them from “innocent civilians” to paramilitary forces. With the direct support of the Yugoslav army these Serb paramilitary forces committed unspeakable crimes against local Croats innocent civilians and put them in the ran. By 1992, troops were entrenched, and so called Republic of Krajina was cleansed from the Croat population, resulting in hundreds of thousands Croat refugees that were displaced and moved to the Croatian side, and more than 20000 dead. The war ended in 1995, when the Croatian Army successfully launched two major offensives to retake the rebel areas by force, leading to a mass displacement of the hundreds of thousands local Serbs from those areas into Serbia and Republika Srpska. In Serbia those Paramilitary terrorists, were relocated to Kosovo and Vojvodina, continuing their criminal activities, under the Belgrade INSTRUCTIONS. Those local Serbs had completed the metamorphosis from innocent civilians, to paramilitary forces and to professional criminals and terrorist. A peaceful reintegration of the remaining Serbian-controlled territory in the eastern part of the country was completed in 1998 under UN supervision, and 130000 from 250000 displaced Serbs reportedly have returned.
http://iys.cidi.org/humanitarian/hsr/97b/0013.html
And if all of this wasn’t enough, Serbian Nation did it again to Bosnia Herzegovina, and Kosovo. The World Bank reports that the war in the former Yugoslavia has resulted in an estimated 250,000 people dead and 200,000 wounded. According to UNHCR statistics, there are more than 1.6 million Bosnians in refugee and internally displaced status. Here are not included 1.5 million Kosovars, 1 million refugees and 500,000 internally displaced, by force by Serbian Army and, maltreated, humiliated, tortured, raped and some killed by Serbian Population (Paramilitary Forces). In the present, the Serbian Nation is continuing the aggression and persecution to Vojvodina, Preshevo Valley population, and they are ready to do it again …

Anonymous said...

Serbia is the spearhead of the “BRICK” Aggression, that Slowly but Surely Trends to move toward the West. Surprisingly and Ironically France, with 7000 troops in Mitrovica, strongly is supporting them. If the West won’t DEMILITARIZE SERBIA TODAY, then tomorrow… is going to cost hundred of billions …

Vacanze in Albania said...

Pershendetje!

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