Skip to comments.UN in Kosovo Accused of Coverup of Organ Trade & Press Beating, Silent
Posted on 12/27/2010 4:46:17 PM PST by Bokababe
UNITED NATIONS, December 27 -- Accused of covering up the harvest and sale of organs of prisoners of war in Kosovo, the UN has had nothing to say for the past 11 days. Nor has it commented on reports of the beating of a journalist directly in front of its UNMIK headquarters in Pristina for the past five days.
On December 27, the UN simply ignored the organ question altogether.....
(Excerpt) Read more at innercitypress.com ...
This must be what Mark Steyn was talking about before Christmas when he filled in for Rush....THIS needs wide exposure from the sounds of it.
I wish I would have heard that.....and the one day I don’t listen...
The UN is engaged in a overt plan to subvert the founding principals of this country. One way they are doing it is through the bogus global warming scam. They have a front org, ICLEI that over 600 US cities belong to and pay dues for membership. The ICLEI Charter has them adopting and endorsing The Earth Charter.
Don’t believe it, need more info, just ask.
Too bad Holbrooke couldn’t capitalize on this before he croaked, he could of had a brand new Serbian ticker in his chest. This time he could have a had a real heart but unfortunately it would have been mated to a black soul.
The heart would have rejected him.
What you are saying reminds me of that Dobrica Eric Poem written back in the 1990's about the West's intervention against the Serbs, "Song of Defiance"
.... What do these warriors of jihad, and of crusade, these farmers that torture your sons and daughters seek? These worldly bands must have heard that we have golden hearts, so they are removing them to transplant them into their own torsos in hopes that they, too, will become people....
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