The Myth of Peaceful, Multi-Ethnic, Democratic Kosovo

From March 1991 through mid-June 1999, Balkan wars raged — instigated by GHW Bush and the Clinton crime family. 

A near-decade of made-in-the-USA war balkanized Yugoslavia into seven countries. 

Planned all along by US dark forces, they include Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia.

The so-called February 1999 Interim Agreement for Peace and Self-Government in Kosovo (the Rambouillet Agreement) was prelude for war — planned by the Clinton co-presidency.

The unacceptable scheme was an ultimatum then-Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic couldn’t accept. 

Designed for rejection, it was a take-it-or-leave-it demand for him to surrender Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) sovereignty to a NATO occupation force.

It demanded unimpeded alliance access to its land, airspace and territorial waters, as well as to any area or facility therein. 

It required the FRY to let NATO freely operate outside federal law. 

Milosevic’s justifiable refusal became a pretext for US-led NATO aggression against a nonbelligerent, nonthreatening nation.

Raping and destroying the country followed.

For 78 days in 1999, around 600 aircraft flew about 3,000 sorties. 

Terror-bombing included use of thousands of tons of ordnance and hundreds of ground-launched cruise missiles. 

The ferocity of US-led aggression was unprecedented to that time. 

Virtually everything struck caused mass slaughter of civilians in harm’s way and widespread destruction.

Serbia’s sovereign Kosovo became US/NATO occupied territory, including for one of the Pentagon’s largest military base for warmaking, not peacekeeping.

Last week during a Security Council session, Russia’s UN envoy Vassily Nebenzia addressed deplorable conditions in the territory stolen by US-led aggression, saying:

Claims by US/NATO of “a peaceful multiethnic” democratic Kosovo that’s progressing toward prosperity are belied by cold, hard reality on the ground.

“The situation in northern areas of Serbia’s autonomous province of Kosovo raises great concern.” 

“It has deteriorated considerably over the recent month.”

“At the end of September, the Kosovo authorities purposefully provoked tension in the north of the province.”

Use of “armor vehicles and heavy weaponry…cause(d) collateral damage and injuries (to) civilians.”

Trouble again erupted last week. US/NATO-controlled “Kosovar special ops forces used firearms, tear gas, and sound bombs against civilians, injuring dozens of people.”

What happened was intimidation, pressure, and violence against Serbs in the province with ethnic cleansing in mind. 

In stark contrast to diabolical US/NATO aims, together with their Kosovar proxies, actions by Serbia have been polar opposite, Nebenzia stressed, saying:

“Belgrade has not violated a single obligation under UNSC resolution 1244 or the Kumanovo Military Technical Agreement.”

In stark contrast, unacceptable Biden regime actions risk “trigger(ing) a relapse into open confrontation.”

What’s going on “makes for a very dangerous trend.”

Tactics followed by Kosovo at the direction of its US master intend to “undermin(e)” agreements in place with diabolical Biden regime aims in mind.

Russia urged that Serbia and Kosovo find “viable and mutually acceptable solutions on the basis of UNSC resolution 1244 (1999).

It established an interim UN mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), following US-led NATO aggression against Serbia.

Nebenzia stressed that UNMIK alone is legally “entitled to represent the province.”

Moscow also called for a Hague tribunal to investigate “crimes committed by the US/NATO-supported Kosovo Liberation Army.

“Kosovo’s judiciary malfunctions regularly,” Nebenzia explained.

Justice denied minority Serbs in the province “remains extremely dissatisfying,” he added.

Nothing has been done to halt continued “attacks on the century-long cultural and religious Serb heritage in Kosovo” — nor hold responsible parties accountable.

Pro-Western UN secretary general 

Antonio Guterres serves the interests of Washington and its imperial partners over his mandate and the rule of law — what he abandoned straightaway after taking office.

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