Friday, December 17, 2010

Shared Values

Russia Today has posted the clip from my live appearance on Wednesday morning, discussing the Council of Europe report about the organ-harvesting mafia in occupied Kosovo calling itself the government. Basically, Swiss rapporteur Dick Marty confirms the allegations first made by Carla Del Ponte (former Grand Inquisitor for Empire's faux war crimes court) two years ago. Worse yet, his report confirms that the Empire knew damn well what was going on, and who exactly they were dealing with - but chose to ignore that, in pursuit of crushing Serbia.

What has Serbia done to deserve such undying enmity, to the point of using a vicious gang of terrorist, gun-running, drug-dealing slavers and organ harvesters to occupy its ancient heartland and destroy all traces of Serb habitation therein? Nothing at all - save for existing.

Such imperial luminaries as Strobe Talbott openly admitted years ago that the 1999 Kosovo War was not about the Serbs, or the Albanians, but about Russia. Yes, the Empire is still fighting the Cold War, even as it chases the end of history.

One is know by the company one keeps. Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, John McCain, John Kerry, Joseph Lieberman, Eliot Engel, Tom Lantos, Mitch McConnell, James Rubin, Madeleine Albright, Condoleezza Rice, Richard Holbrooke - those are just some of the names of people who have praised Hashim Thaci and the KLA over the past decade.

Lieberman actually said that "United States of America and the Kosovo Liberation Army stand for the same human values and principles ... Fighting for the KLA is fighting for human rights and American values." (The Washington Post, April 28, 1999) He never retracted that statement.

So, according to this Senator and onetime vice-presidential candidate, the values of the US government are identical to those of an organized crime syndicate dealing Afghan heroin throughout Europe, trafficking in weapons and sex slaves, and chopping people up for body parts to be sold on the black market.

Good to know.


Anonymous said...

I hope this is going to rattle some cages. Not in the U.S., though; not likely. They're too preoccupied with Obama's birth certificate and whatever John McCain said on last Sunday's talk show.

Europe, though, might spare a moment to be ashamed of itself. Except for its press, who can't be held accountable for anything they said or say.

On second thought, never mind. Few will notice, and nobody will do anything.

robert49rml said...

It has been a long wait but the truth of what happened in the Balkans and more clearly in Kosovo is coming out. Justice cannot be served for those who died but there is hell to pay for those who caused so much misery.

1389 said...

We've been working for nearly twelve years to get the truth out about Kosovo, and it's been an exhausting effort. But I'll keep at it as long as there is breath in my body, and I know you will too. When the Serbs get it back - which someday they will - if we are still alive then, we will continue to tell the story of Kosovo to ensure that the historical record is truthful.