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Why French Troops Stood by as Albanians Burned a Serbian Village to the Ground
Dispatch from Agence France Presse,
EC Comment by Jared Israel
As most of our readers are probably aware, for the past five days Albanian terrorists have raged through Kosovo, beating and killing Serbian residents, destroying their homes and property, burning Serbian Orthodox churches to the ground, attacking nuns and priests.
Below is a dispatch sent out today, 21 March, by Agence France Presse. It describes how French NATO "peacekeepers" sat in their military base on top of a hill and watched for hours as Albanian thugs burned a Serbian village to the ground. The French troops evacuated some Serbs, but otherwise they did nothing.
Obviously, the French, with all the weapons of a modern army, could have stopped the thugs in five minutes: they only needed to use those weapons. But although they managed to evacuate Serbian residents before any were killed (or so we are told), they allowed the Albanians to burn everything down. Of course this means the French troops had orders from NATO not to intervene. Indeed it means more: it means the Albanian thugs *knew* that the French had orders from NATO not to intervene. For unless the thugs were *sure* French troops would refrain from taking appropriate action - i.e., doing whatever was necessary to stop the attack - the thugs would never have dared launch a several-hours long assault on the Serbian village. In other words, the NATO troops and the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) terrorists have a division of labor. NATO oversees; the KLA does the dirty work.
According to Agence France Presse, the Serbian residents were confused about the French role. Thus one Serb, furious at the French, is quoted as follows:
But he is quite mistaken. The French were *not* there to protect the Serbs.
Sure, some French troops were friendly to individual Serbs - if you have met any Serbian farmers you know they are as likeable as anyone on earth. But NATO has a dark strategy: the fostering of a fascist movement among Albanians. To that end, NATO troops were sent into Kosovo. Up until now they have had three purposes:
This last - fostering fascism among Albanians - has been the most important.
In order to strengthen the KLA as a fascist movement, so it can be used by NATO for various purposes in the Balkans, and to encourage similar forces elsewhere - for example, the Chechen terrorists whom NATO uses against Russia - the KLA must be made to feel and appear powerful. Thus KLA leaders were told to stage this massive pogrom, and they were allowed to do so successfully.
All over Kosovo, Albanian terrorists, returning home from burning down villages such as Svinjare, are telling other Albanians, "You should have been there. NATO just sat and watched. It was like shooting ducks in a barrel. Nothing can stop us."
In 1929 fascist agitators incited Arabs to murder Jews in the city of Hebron, in the Palestine Mandate area. To embolden would-be murderers, the fascists told them, "The government [meaning the British government] is with us!" 
The current message is that the Western powers may decry terrorism, but in fact "the government is with" the fascist terrorists. This message of 'hope' will not be lost on similar forces in the Gaza Strip or Chechnya or Kashmir or Algeria. Or Western Europe...
Smouldering Serb village in Kosovo gutted in sight of NATO peacekeepers
Agence France Presse, March 21
Houses in the Serb
village of Svinjare in northern Kosovo continue to smoulder days after
an attack by ethnic Albanians in plain view of a NATO peacekeeping base.
Copyright 2004 Agence France Presse * Posted for Educational Purposes Only
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