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NATO's "Final Solution" Blitzkrieg Against Kosovo's Serbs
Glas Javnosti ^ | April 4, 2008 | Diana Milosevic

Posted on 04/04/2008 12:32:56 PM PDT by Bokababe


INTERVIEW: Scott Taylor, Regarding a Secret Plan by the Western Alliance for Kosovo

NATO is preparing a "blitzkrieg."

During the next few weeks there will be an artificially provoked attack, bigger than March 17th, the borders around Kosovska Mitrovica will be closed, Serbian leaders arrested, the Serbs disarmed, the city handed over to the Albanians in the KPS, claims a well-known Canadian reporter, Scott Taylor, author of a number of books about the Balkans.

- "NATO is preparing a blitzkrieg on Kosovo which will enable them to tear down the Serbian resistance in the whole area, and as early as the next few weeks, will artificially provoke another attack bigger than March 17th's was. It will close the borders around Kosovska Mitrovica, arrest the Serbian leaders, disarm the Serbs and then hand over the city to the Albanians in the KPS. Since the border between Kosovo and Albania doesn't exist, after this plan the northern part of "Greater Albania" will definitely be secured. American and Albanian leaders have come to a "deal" that NATO secures new borders, and everything that I have seen in this in my most recent visit to Kosovo, proves that such an agreement -- about which we found out from secret UNMIK papers -- really exists", says Scott Taylor during his interview with Glas. Scott Taylor is a reporter from Canada who has followed the Kosovo crisis for years and who, based on more than twenty visits to the province, claims that nothing quite like this has happened before. "UNMIK and NATO know the truth about the suffering of the Serbs and the creation of a Greater Albania, but they intend to listen to the dictate of America", says Taylor and he adds:

- "This time I met a number of people in UNMIK who know the truth and who have evaluated the situation, who pass on their advice, but their suggestions are ignored. They know what really happened on March 17th and they were critical about it, and now they are seeing that a new plan exists, which will give rise to even more violence and they are impatient to let others know what is ahead – maybe to soothe their own consciences. This is what they are saying…

- "They were expelled, and the customs buildings were burned. Now they have come back, and the American and French troops are in place and preparing to close the customs borders. They intend to use UNIMIK's police with the consent of KFOR to arrest the Serbian leadership, so that the Serbs will be provoked. Their aim is a response, a reaction – we can recall how it was the last time, but now they want to respond with more force. For this action they will use Polish and Ukrainian troops who will move in an aggressive military attack on Mitrovica. The goal is to eliminate the Serbian leadership, to elicit a provocation in order to pronounce "Martial Law" when they close the Serbian part of Mitrovica and disarm the Serbs while the borders are closed. And then, under those conditions, they will hand over Mitrovica to the KPS."


"The Galluci document (UNMIK's head for the Mitrovica sector) states that there are not even attempts to enable the return of the Serbian KPS police; that was an open and later forgotten issue. They know that the Serbs will fight against this and they want just that kind of provocation to give them the excuse to use additional force. But they came to this idea of using the Poles and Ukrainians because they have shown sympathy for the Serbs. If the Serbs fight back, which is the idea, then this will blacken the image of Serbs in the Ukraine and Poland. Therefore, they have come up with a plan which brings them rewards from every perspective – and will leave the Serbs without leadership as well as undermine international support for Serbia", says Taylor.

Serbian Elections are going the way they want.

- "The elections are coming and Kosovo is an important question for all sides. If they close that question by closing the borders, deploy the Albanians and maintain KFOR reinforcements at customs, there is no Serbian politician who can win with a campaign of fighting against NATO. Serbs might be somewhat self-destructive, but not to that extent. That's why they want to finish this quickly. Going into the enclaves, one by one, is a long process. If they eliminate Mitrovica, the Serb enclaves are finished, because they will shrivel up and die."


- "In Kosovo the situation is such that nobody knows who is in charge. UNMIK is practically finished, it has no mission any more because its assignment is to enforce Resolution 1244, and that no longer exists. KFOR having entered with the task of protecting the UN and Resolution 1244 has converted into the protection force of an independent Kosovo. The German NATO soldier with whom I spoke, and who is in his third tour in Kosovo, says that NATO will securely remove itself from Kosovo only after a another ten years at a minimum, because there is still no progress. Eulex has the manpower, but wants the area cleaned up before it take over."


- "The reason for these elections is that Kosovo should remain part of Serbia. The Americans know that if the Serbian electorate shows that nationalism is alive and well, taking away something from somebody will only make that person even more determined. Therefore, they are counting on the window they have from Election Day until June or September, that is, until a strong enough government has been formed to take over this action in the UN. They have the whole summer to take care of such a "cleansing action". Russia is an unknown quantity to them, because if she commits the same kind of act as at Pristina airport (in 1999), it could take them out of the equation. Even now we have countries that recognize, those who do not recognize and those that are undecided about Kosovo. That, to Americans, Germans and the British, is a problem because they are in the minority in a big world. The Muslim world has not accepted their entanglement in Kosovo, and next to every Kosovo flag is the American flag. How would the Arabs, who so hate the "great Satan," like the creation of this American satellite? Even the Albanians won't disassociate themselves from the U.S. -- on the hotel in the middle of Pristina is a replica of the Statue of Liberty.

The brain behind this operation is the same man who planned March 17th. The goal of that attack was to test the Serbs, in order to better plan strategy for the final takeover of Mitrovica and crushing of the Serbian struggle in the whole of Kosovo and Metohija."

- "Everyone now looks toward the battlefield of Mitrovica, what the Serbs can do, whether they will offer a fight and how far they will go, what are their chances? NATO-- that is, the Americans--lead the project, but Larry Wilson of UNMIK's police is the ringleader. He was an assistant then head of the operation, and now he is the "boss." Seventeenth of March was his plan, and now he's come up with a new one. To support my words, I have the Galluci document, which describes the old tactics of counting arms: you commit a small attack and you see where the guns are. Then you develop a plan. That is how they provoked the Serbs, tested them, and now they know how long it will take them to react, how many people they can get out into the streets, what they are prepared to do and then they know what to expect. But the attack is likely during the next few days or weeks."

Do you have evidence that UNMIK and NATO are actively and consciously creating a Greater Albania?

- "We hear about it, but every official in the world will cover his ears and say that he knows nothing about a Greater Albania. However, when you look around in Kosovo, you can see that every flag is Albanian. Very few represent Kosovo, and even then, next to them are much bigger Albanian ones. It is very clear what is going on and the Albanians, themselves, have never lied about their intentions, just as they now proclaim their plans for southern Serbia and Macedonia. Their leaders have made agreements with the Americans, and our sources have confirmed to us that Hashim Thaci, together with the regional leadership, including Alija Ahmatija in Macedonia, was convinced at a meeting with the Americans would give NATO a chance. That is how they came to agree that the Albanians should keep a low profile, and that NATO would take over control of the borders. Everything that I have now seen in Kosovo supports this story and the work that NATO has done as its part of the bargain."

Essentially, Mitrovica is the main test for the creation of a Greater Albania -- that is the fall of the whole province?

- "I hope that there won't be any fatalities, but there will certainly be a big attack, because they cannot throw the Serbs out of Mitrovica unless they conquer them. A big test is coming – if Mitrovica falls, the enclaves fall with it.

That would then be the northern border of Kosovo, and the southern border would, in fact, no longer exist as such, because the way would already be opened to a Greater Albania?

- I have seen that the southern border (to Albania) does not exist, that it's completely open. I went down to the place where one should be able to see it (the border), but KFOR, who should be acting as border police behave like traffic conductors, just as one of them a German, joked, himself. He says that every vehicle goes through freely, and their only concern is to avoid traffic congestion. The roads are open wide, drugs pass through freely. We were in Albanian villages, in Korcus, for example, where we were unsuccessful in trying to find any kind of border limit. There is nothing, no line, no fence, nothing, just one German soldier who went to the place where there should be a border gestured in plain air where the border (Kosovo's border with Albania) should be."

The Creation of a Greater Albania

What did the Gorani (Slvic Muslims) say? Are they loyal citizen of the southernmost tip of Serbia or are they in the middle part of a Greater Albania? How does UNMIK treat them?

- "Yes, loyal to Serbia and they get their pensions from Belgrade, but it is obvious that Kosovo and Albania are one country. Albanians, from Albania mind you, not only steal their stock from Kosovo, cows, horses, and what is very significant, they freely cut forests. If Kosovo regarded Albania as an adjoining country, not the same country, they would protect their resources, but I saw for myself that the Albanians have no problem freely taking the Gorani's forests and in destroying the region. It tells me that this is Greater Albania. NATO knows what is happening and they said that they have vehicles that can go up hills where they can see those that steal well enough to see the color of their eyes. We could stop this, but nobody will – that's what they told me. NATO, if it wanted, could but it cannot act independently of Kosovo's parliament -- that is, the Albanian leadership. Everybody knows there are no borders, but nobody will close them. We have the same information in secret documents we have received from our sources in UNMIK."

Are there Russian volunteers such as the Albanian media writes about? Are there Albanian "volunteers?" How do these fit into the plan for Mitrovica?

- "There are no Russian volunteers, but NATO needs provocations in order to create an attack and that is why on the Albanian side we have the coming together of "undesirables." In the past there were extremists on both sides, and I believe that the Albanian paramilitary formations were started in opposition to the enclaves should the Serbs in Mitrovica form a resistance. But I think that that would work against NATO's strategy and that the world would see through this – if the media showed the truth. But NATO will renew its principle with which it succeeded on 17th of March when one Ukrainian died, and another 63 from NATO were injured. That was shown immediately, but the violence against Serbs was not shown. Even now the focus will stay on Mitrovica and on the Serbs who throw stones."

The international community has easily accepted what UNMIK and NATO did to the Serbs on the 17th of March. Will the same deceit succeed in the case of a larger attack?

- "That day they tested the world community. Attacking Serbs did not touch many hearts and the sympathy was entirely with the wounded NATO soldiers. They now know that they can do, and will do it again.

You say that NATO is in a hurry to seal the "blitzkrieg" on Mitrovica. If they run into unexpected problems, it could become prolonged? You, yourself, say that the Russians are inclined to spoil their plans.

- Well, Russia maintains the strong position that only 34 countries have recognized Kosovo, and the rest have not. The general meeting of the UN is in September, and if NATO doesn't succeed now with its plans, there is a chance for Serbia that the talks will resume about the partitioning of Kosovo. It could hurt the U.S. position if Serbia brings up a cooperative resolution and shows that she still pays pensions to people in Kosovo…"

TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Editorial; Foreign Affairs; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: albanians; kosovo; nato; serbs
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To: Cicero

Had Serbia had a nuclear arsenal, we wouldn’t be having these conversations.

21 posted on 04/04/2008 1:56:53 PM PDT by montyspython (Love that chicken from Popeye's)
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To: All

Scott Taylor Bio:

A former professional soldier, Scott Taylor has been editor and publisher of Esprit de Corps since 1988.

Throughout the mid-1990s, this little independent magazine embarked on a campaign to expose crime and corruption in the upper echelons of the Canadian Forces. After exposing a number of top-level cover-ups and scandals while defending the rights of the rank and file soldiers, Scott was dubbed the “Voice of the Grunts” by the Globe and Mail, a “Bone in the Brass’ Throats” by the Toronto Star, and a “One Man Army” by the Toronto Sun.

Since the inception of Esprit de Corps, Scott has logged over one million air miles as a war correspondent reporting from such global hot spots as the Persian Gulf, Cambodia, Western Sahara, Croatia, Bosnia, Iraq, Turkey, Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Azerbaijan and Afghanistan.

Since August 2000, Scott has made a total of 21 trips into Iraq to report on the effects of the UN sanctions, the ravages of depleted uranium following the 1991 Gulf War, and the heightening tensions with the United States. In March 2003, during his last trip prior to the United States’ intervention, Scott Taylor was asked to leave Iraq for fear of his being a spy for the Israeli Mossad. Following the swift U.S. victory, Scott returned frequently to Iraq to view first-hand the ongoing humanitarian crisis plaguing this still embattled country. Then, for five harrowing days in September 2004, he experienced the rare occasion when “getting the story becomes the story.” Held captive by Ansar al-Islam mujahedeen in northern Iraq, his release generated a wave of international media coverage. He then returned to Iraq in 2005 in order to brief the U.S. soldiers on the Turkmen people of the country.

Scott regularly appears in the Canadian media as a military analyst, and is the recipient of the 1996 Quill Award for outstanding work in the field of Canadian communications. That same year, he also won the Alexander MacKenzie Award for journalistic excellence.
A weekly columnist for the Halifax Chronicle-Herald, he is also a columnist for the Osprey newspaper chain and has contributed to the Ottawa Citizen, Maclean’s magazine, the Globe and Mail, Toronto Sun, Reader’s Digest, and the Global television network as well as several international publications. He also serves as an advisor to the CBC Radio play “Afghanada.” Scott also gives presentations to The Executive Committee (TEC) and was named their 2006 Speaker of the Year.

22 posted on 04/04/2008 2:00:13 PM PDT by Bokababe (
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To: Bokababe

I guess NYC-Rino has to start rethinking his posts.

23 posted on 04/04/2008 2:09:45 PM PDT by montyspython (Love that chicken from Popeye's)
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To: wildandcrazyrussian; Bokababe

“Why in the world is the United States actively supporting the Islamic criminals of the world?”

The answer is in the interests of the man sitting in the White House.

“Is prosperity that important as to sell one’s soul?”

For many in the political/economic elites in this country, the answer is a resounding yes, which speaks volumes about the conservative movement and more especially the Republican Party here. It is truly remarkable to see what has happened in just the past 10-12 years and truly horrifying to look to the future.

W&CR, honestly, what do you think the chances are of the majority of the Western children of the Enlightenment and the Protestant Reformation understanding Tsar Lazar’s dilemma and his ultimate choice? They think we are fools at a minimum and around here at least, disloyal. Personally, I have no intention or desire to show my loyalty to the United States, which I have already proved “elsewhere” in spades, by dying myself or placing others in harm’s way to fatten the purse of some globalist capitalist and secure the future of Islamofascism in Europe or anywhere else.

24 posted on 04/04/2008 2:15:37 PM PDT by Kolokotronis (Christ is Risen, and you, o death, are annihilated)
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To: montyspython

I’m sure Putin will give the Serbs some nukes to defend themselves from the evil western civilization. Not. Bwahahahaha.

25 posted on 04/04/2008 2:21:13 PM PDT by Tailgunner Joe
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To: Tailgunner Joe
"I’m sure Putin will give the Serbs some nukes to defend themselves from the evil western civilization. Not. Bwahahahaha."

This is not "a fight against Western Civilization". It is a fight against Western GLOBALIZATION! And in this argument, you are the moron wearing the "Go Soros!" tee-shirt.

Hasn't it ever occurred to you that when you are on the same side on an issue with George Soros, you are probably on the wrong side? Ding, ding, ding -- that was the IQ test -- and so far you are failing miserably!

26 posted on 04/04/2008 2:44:39 PM PDT by Bokababe (
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To: Bokababe
As I see this, we have about a dozen posters here, all but two of us (NYC Republican & myself) who apparently take the story seriously.

Yes, it's entirely possible that NYC and myself are simply less informed than the others. But to me, the story sounds preposterous on the face of it, obviously someone's disinformation campaign, intended for who-knows-what purpose?

But let me suggest this. The proof is easy to determine. The event will either happen as described or not. If it does happen as described, then NYC & myself are guilty only of being uninformed, and of refusing to believe an unverified story.

But if it does NOT happen as described, then some of our other posters are guilty of something more serious, imho. And that is gullibility at best, and at worst, overeagerness to believe a crock of nonsense that happens to fit their own warped political perspectives.

27 posted on 04/04/2008 2:44:44 PM PDT by BroJoeK (A little historical perspective....)
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To: Bokababe

One of the forces that comes to mind is Russia-which-having negotiated a pipeline deal involving Kosovo,is in no mood to re-negotiate.

28 posted on 04/04/2008 2:45:26 PM PDT by genefromjersey (So much to flame;so little time !)
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To: genefromjersey
"One of the forces that comes to mind is Russia-which-having negotiated a pipeline deal involving Kosovo,is in no mood to re-negotiate."

Actually the Kosovo & Albania pipeline deal is ours -- the projects are called AMBO and Nabucco. The Russian deal is with Serbia, proper, and its called Southstream.

But you are right in that Russia is one of the players now -- but back when all this started in the Balkans in the 1990's, Russia couldn't tie its own shoes.

29 posted on 04/04/2008 2:53:50 PM PDT by Bokababe (
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To: Bokababe

Pretty interesting. I happen to think this was the US scenario but I wonder if they have the b____ to implement it.
Firstly, I think Serbia has been pretty successful in telling the world what really went on in Kosovo and I think their may be outrage if it happened.

Since I work in the oil industry, strange things have been happening. Firstly, 148 BP employees in Russia, are in fear of being deported and TNK may be broken up on tax evasion charges. To me that is an indication that the Russians are tired of the lap dog roll of the UK and want to show them that they can kick them out of Russia whenever they wish if they dont play by their game. Secondly, Total is a big player in Shtokman, 122 tcf of gas in the Barents Sea and a 25% interest. They are not going to provoke Russia, there is too much at risk.

Currently, Russia supplies 25% of the gas to europe. When Bush wanted Georgia and the Ukraine on the fast track to NATO membership, who was against it. Germany, and France.

I think Europe is looking at US actions disguised in NATO and thinking maybe it is a little too much and wont go along with it.

30 posted on 04/04/2008 2:54:02 PM PDT by oilfieldtrash
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To: Bokababe
You are on the same side as Hugo Chavez and Communist China. Has it ever occurred to you that if you are on the same side as every commie in the world, then you are on the wrong side?

For the record, I am not on anyone's side except AMERICA'S side! I support US troops and I hope they TOTALLY ANNIHILATE ANYONE that picks a fight with them!

31 posted on 04/04/2008 2:57:55 PM PDT by Tailgunner Joe
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To: BroJoeK

Of course this story is a joke.

But don’t expect certain Balkan apologists to accept that, they’re too wrapped up in their old paranoias / ethnic hatreds to ever see reality.

And I see monty is back to his insults again.

Some things never change.

32 posted on 04/04/2008 2:58:20 PM PDT by canuck_conservative
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To: oilfieldtrash

What;s going on with Nabucco and the Albanian oil projects?

33 posted on 04/04/2008 2:58:25 PM PDT by Bokababe (
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To: Bokababe

No offense, but ethnic Serbs who stay in Kosovo are as crazy as whites who stay in Zimbabwe.
Get out. Encourage Kosovo to melt down. Come back when the climate is better for Christians.

34 posted on 04/04/2008 2:58:28 PM PDT by Little Ray (I'm a Conservative. But I can vote for John McCain. If I have to. I guess.)
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"No offense, but ethnic Serbs who stay in Kosovo are as crazy as whites who stay in Zimbabwe. Get out. Encourage Kosovo to melt down. Come back when the climate is better for Christians."

That would be the logical thing to do for the average person. And Serbs have been leaving Kosovo for the last 50 years for that reason.

But those priests and nuns in the monasteries in Kosovo aren't going anywhere. They feel if evil runs the world, then it is their job to stand up for good -- even if it kills them. To stay in their homes, trust God, and what happens, happens. There are many ordinary Serbs who feel as they do.

I'll never forget a message one poster left on my blog: "Kosovo's fields have been watered with the blood of Serb Christians for centuries. Why should I think that I am any different than any who came before me standing to witness for Christ? If God decides that the fields need more blood to make them fertile, here I am and here I will stay so He will know where to find me, standing for Him". Frankly, it brought tears to my eyes.

35 posted on 04/04/2008 3:13:14 PM PDT by Bokababe (
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To: Bokababe

I thank you for your courteous discussion -sometimes absent on this site-and will close by saying I hope the predictions were alarmist,and that nothing untoward comes of them.

Like most Westerners, what I don’t know about this powderkeg could fill a library.

I’ll keep an eye out for any of your future posts !

36 posted on 04/04/2008 3:13:59 PM PDT by genefromjersey (So much to flame;so little time !)
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To: Tailgunner Joe
For the record, I am not on anyone's side except AMERICA'S side! I support US troops and I hope they TOTALLY ANNIHILATE ANYONE that picks a fight with them!

Which is why I think the US should completely withdraw from Kosovo.

Those troops would be better used protecting OUR southern border

37 posted on 04/04/2008 3:19:18 PM PDT by SauronOfMordor (When injustice becomes law, rebellion becomes duty)
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To: Bokababe

The Nabucco pipeline is nearly dead due to south stream which will take Kazakh gas. AMBO is in the planning stages and is for crude from the caspian. This came from Serbianna and is the truth.

“… Albania and its seaport in Vlore are the final destination of a giant oil pipeline, which will transport the Caspian oil from the Caucasus to the West. This project, which is being carried out by the US company, AMBO [Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria Oil], began in 1993 and the final contracts were signed in 2008. According to the US Department of Energy, this is the most important US project in Southeastern Europe in the 21st century.” Source: BBC Monitoring Europe (Political) - March 5, 2008, Text of report by Pristina-based weekly Self-Determination Movement website, on 3 March, 2008.

The Americans have participated in establishing an illegal state in the Balkans to serve their own purposes. Artificially creating such a state sets a precedent, and not a positive one. Other ethnic and national groups are watching and learning.

38 posted on 04/04/2008 3:19:34 PM PDT by oilfieldtrash
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To: Bokababe

Well, they are valiant and holy martyrs then, but they WILL be martyred. NATO is not going to help, the media will ignore their murders and the destruction of their holy sites and most of Europe has lost its faith and won’t stand with them. Christianity in Kosovo will be eliminated. Something dreadful will have to happen in Europe before they realize what sort of vipers they are harboring.

There are times when I really miss the Russian Empire.

39 posted on 04/04/2008 3:21:56 PM PDT by Little Ray (I'm a Conservative. But I can vote for John McCain. If I have to. I guess.)
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To: Little Ray

Not to mention the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

40 posted on 04/04/2008 3:22:49 PM PDT by Little Ray (I'm a Conservative. But I can vote for John McCain. If I have to. I guess.)
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