Zu der Strategie der Albanischen Mafia gehörte vor allem, das man die Rettung der Juden im Kosovo durch Albaner inzenierte und Medien gerecht verbreitete. Richtig ist, das Juden im Kosovo im 2 WK durch die SS Skenderberg Division verfolgt wurde, aber Juden in Albanien durch die Bevölkerung gerettet wurden.
It is somewhat pathetic that even after 9/11, and even after a nearly four-year trial at the Hague disproving „genocide“ and „ethnic cleansing“ of Albanians in Kosovo (something the late reporter Daniel Pearl uncovered as early as 1999), the Jewish community still insists on being used to promote the agenda of the Albanian lobby that allied us with the al Qaeda-trained Kosovo Liberation Army in 1999. As part of his PR push to see the West seal its 1999 blunder that resulted in the ethnic cleansing of Serbs, Jews, Roma and other non-Albanians from Kosovo–which is a hair away from being an ethnically and religiously pure state of Saudi-financed mosques–former Republican congressman and ethnic Albanian Joe DioGuardi has been placing press releases disguised as articles in Jewish newspapers reminding American Jews of the lead they took „in pressing President [Bill] Clinton to bomb Serbia, because they instinctively understood the nature of genocide and were determined to keep it from being repeated,“ as he recently told the New York Jewish Week.
Knowing that publication to be the largest-circulation Jewish weekly, and knowing that Jews shouldn’t be supporting a Muslim land grab in Europe, I called the managing editor and suggested the paper run an opposing article, which the editor agreed to let me write. A month later, the piece is finally scheduled to appear this week. But that month gave DioGuardi enough time to place a similar piece in The Forward. So I emailed the editor at The Forward to offer a rebuttal piece as well. Predictably, I didn’t hear back. I proceeded to contact every yidiot paper I knew of on the eastern seaboard to let them know of this dangerous PR push and offer a counter article: New Jersey Jewish Standard, Baltimore Jewish Times, Washington Jewish Week, the Jewish Press, Boston Jewish Advocate and the Philadelphia Jewish Exponent. Silence. They prefer to be sitting ducks until the Albanian lobby gets to them.
So here is what these Jews Without Clues should know. Rather than „instinctively [understanding] the nature of genocide“ and being determined to keep it from being repeated,“ the reason American Jews took the lead in our Kosovo misadventure is that Albanians hired PR firms to lie to Jews that Kosovo was another „genocide“–just as the Bosnians and Croats had done: In 1993, President of Ruder Finn Global Public Affairs, James Harff, gave a candid interview to French journalist Jacques Merlino, which was reprinted in Midstream magazine. In response to Merlino’s question, „What achievement were you most proud of,“ Harff answered:
To have managed to move the Jewish opinion to our side. This was extremely delicate, as [Bosnian] President Izetbegovic strongly supported the creation of a fundamentalist Islamic state. Moreover, the Croatian and Bosnian past was marked by a real and cruel anti-Semitism. Tens of thousands of Jews perished in Croatian camps.
We outwitted three big Jewish organizations. B’Nai Brith Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Committee, and the American Jewish Congress. We suggested to them to publish an advertisement in the New York Times and to organize demonstrations outside the U.N. This was a tremendous coup. When the Jewish organizations entered the game on the side of the (Muslim) Bosnians, we could promptly equate the Serbs with the Nazis in the public mind
DioGuardi is asking the Jews to repeat what Holocaust survivor John Ranz has called „our greatest shame,“ and to continue buying into this colossal hoax which will end in the establishment this year of a narco-Islamo-terrorist gangster state in Europe. He wants us to believe that independence is „the only way to secure stability in the Balkans.“ This is in fact a veiled threat. Kosovo Albanians have been using violence against NATO peacekeepers and the UN starting the year after we did their bidding, as a means of persuading the international community that there can be only one acceptable outcome to Kosovo’s final status: complete independence without border compromises.
Stability is precisely what has suffered by our signing on to Muslim land grabs in the Balkans, which emboldened Albanian separatists in Macedonia, Montenegro and southern Serbia. An independent Kosovo will serve as a nod to secessionists worldwide.
Bosnia and Kosovo have been part of Islam’s current divide-and-conquer approach. Israeli Colonel Dr. Shaul Shay, author of Islamic Terror and the Balkans, explains the significance of the Kosovo, Albania and Bosnia region that Americans ignore: „In the eyes of the radical Islamic circles, the establishment of an independent Islamic territory including Bosnia, Kosovo and Albania along the Adriatic Coast, is one of the most prominent achievements of Islam since the siege of Vienna in 1683. Islamic penetration into Europe through the Balkans is one of the main achievements of Islam in the twentieth century.“
The Balkans also have given Islam its long-sought gateway into Europe, as the Kosovo connection to the terrorist attacks in Madrid and London demonstrate. (According to Defense & Foreign Affairs Daily and German intelligence, the explosives used in both bombings came from Kosovo, and just last week the Greek Kathimerini news service reported that the missile fired on the U.S. embassy in Athens a few weeks ago appears to have come from Kosovo.)
Albanians argue that their fight for Kosovo is not an Islamic movement but a national one. (DioGuardi himself is Christian.) Palestinians, of course, make the same claim. But the big picture is the same: jihad. The day that Kosovo becomes „Kosova“ (the Muslims‘, nationalists‘, dhimmis‘ and Mr. DioGuardi’s invented pronunciation) is the day we’ve lost a key battle in the war on terror. If the international community is „backing away from prompt implementation of independence for Kosovo,“ as DioGuardi observes, it isn’t „out of a misguided inclination to appease Serbia,“ as he disingenously told Jewish Week. Rather than a state to be appeased, Serbia is still seen as a pariah, including by itself. The recent wariness about Kosovo independence is a result of both the terror connections and the daily attacks against the remaining Serb minority.
So the Albanians have once again turned to the famously gullible Jewish community. In its current leg of the PR campaign to get the Jews on board, the Albanian lobby is peddling the story that Albania was the only European country that didn’t turn over any Jews in WWII and saved 2,000 Jews during the German occupation of Albania. Indeed, on the eve of World War II, there were 600 Jews in Albania, 400 of whom were refugees from outside the country. According to the Jewish Virtual Library, the Italians–who were occupying Albania–„rejected the Final Solution .Consequently, many historians believe it was the Italian occupation of Albania that ‚rescued‘ the Jews rather than the local population.“ Once the Germans took over Albania and annexed Kosovo to create „Greater Albania,“ Albanians volunteered to form the SS Skanderbeg Division, which committed atrocities against Serbs and Jews in Kosovo and helped round up 400 Jews who were later sent to Bergen-Belsen. In all, 600 Jews from Kosovo died in concentration camps. In more recent history, Albanians pushed the Jews out with the rest of the non-Albanians after NATO occupied Kosovo in 1999. (I profiled one such Jewish family for The Jerusalem Report in 1999, and Jared Israel of Emperors-Clothes.com carried an interview with the last Jew to leave Kosovo, with nothing but his Talmud in hand.) Today, Albania and Kosovo are virtually Judenfrei.
Happily for Kosovo, Albania and Islam, they’re getting what they want with or without Jewish help. The UN envoy to Kosovo Martti Ahtisaari, who last year said that „the Serbs are guilty as a people,“ has just unveiled his plan which will give Kosovo de facto independence by allowing whatever countries want to recognize it to do so, and by giving Kosovo the right to have a flag, anthem, constitution and to make international agreements, as well as the right to membership in international organizations. The plan specifically blocks Kosovo from joining with Albania to form a „Greater Albania.“ Of course, in 1999 UN Resolution 1244 blocked Kosovo from ever becoming independent; such provisions are accepted by the Albanian side with a wink and a nod.
As Albania proper’s Foreign Minister Besnik Mustafaj said of Ahtisaari’s plan, „This is no doubt a historical moment for Kosovo, as well as for the whole region.“ Kosovo’s president Fatmir Sejdiu also hailed the plan, which he correctly sees as a fast track to independence.
Indeed, that’s been the point all along. In a stunning cover article of the current issue of The New Individualist magazine, managing editor Sherrie Gossett writes:
„The failure of the UN to insist that Kosovo meet minimal civilized standards has convinced some critics that the negotiations are a sham, that Kosovo’s final status has already been decided by the ‚Contact Group,'“ which is composed of the U.S., Britain, Germany, Italy, France and Russia…………………