Kosovo: “Kill the Serbs” Graffiti Calls for New Jihad Massacres


Dateline, Kosovo, 2017: Kosovo Albanians have long been known for their instinctive hatred of the Serbs, whom they sought to eliminate from their midst in a manner reminiscent of the urge with which the Ukrainian nationalists sought to expunge the centuries old Jewish communities from the Ukraine. Kosovo being quite smaller than the Ukraine means that no foreign help was necessary for the task of ethnic cleansing and cultural genocide quietly practiced in Kosovo by Albanians until the change of leadership in Serbia under Milosevic in 1986. And even in Kosovo in 1999, just as in the Ukraine in 1941, foreign help was necessary to finish the job of cultural genocide. In the latter case, it was Nazi Germany, while in the former case it was NATO that filled the unseemly role. Today, after all the bloodshed and after all the campaigns of suppression, there is comparatively little that remains of the Serbs in Kosovo and of the Jews in the Ukraine. Whatever remains of these eliminated communities is sported for political purposes as evidence for the success of the multiculturalism fantasy that the world media can point to for the sake of convenient illusions of mass perception.

In this article, one can clearly find that the impulse for the elimination of the cultural minorities whose claim on that land is historic continues on at the hands of the new Muslim majority in Kosovo.

The Albanians Are Preparing A Massacre: The City of Gnjilane Printed Up With “Kill The Serbs” Graffiti

The drawing of the graffiti with messages “Kill a Serb”, “UCK”, Nazi swastikas and other offensive content, took place this morning at the fast food kiosk in the center of Gjilan, Kosovo, and Metohija. [UCK stands for Kosovo Liberation Army, a terrorist guerrilla group from the 1990’s that attacked the Serbs along with NATO]

In the last few years, this is the first anti-Serbian graffiti in the city.

The kiosk is located in the street of Stojadina Trajicha, which is close to the St. Nicholas Church in Gnjilane, in which the few Serbs from Kosovo’s hinterland come to the improvised produce market, where since 1999 they sell their agricultural products.

The graffiti of similar content were also observed on the road from Gjilane to the nearby village of Gornje Kusce in the part of the settlement where the Albanian population lives.

Source: Tanjug
Kosovo Albanian demonstrations against the Serbs
Kosovo Albanian demonstrations against the Serbs

Albanian rapper “Gold Ag” is shown shooting the Serb policemen in a musical production video spot glorifying the killings of Serbs


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