Dateline, Kosovo, Serbia – 2017: Chances are that you have never heard of Ramush Haradinaj, the big little man of Kosovo’s politics. This Kosovo Albanian politician is a former Yugoslav soldier and leader of the Albanian Muslim terrorist organization known as “Kosovo Liberation Army” (KLA/UÇK), and the former Prime Minister of the Kosovo province of Serbia (which is partially recognized as “an independent country” by the world community). He leads the Albanian nationalist party (“Alliance for the Future of Kosovo” – AAK) in Kosovo’s parliament. Following the dissolution of Yugoslavia, Haradinaj went into politics but soon resigned after becoming one of the KLA commanders charged by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) with war crimes and crimes against humanity against Serbs, Gypsies and loyal Albanians between March and September 1998 during the Kosovo War. He was acquitted of all charges on 3 April 2008.
The prosecution appealed against the acquittal and argued that it was not given enough time to secure the testimony of two critical witnesses. In 2010, the Appeals Chamber agreed and ordered a partial retrial in The Hague, Netherlands. The re-trial took just over two years and on 29 November 2012, Haradinaj and his co-defendant were acquitted for the second time. During his guest worker days in Switzerland, where he worked as a night club bouncer, he joined the Albanian nationalist organization “National Movement of Kosovo” – from which he launched his career as a terrorist saboteur in Serbia. No stranger to underground activities, in 1996, he went through sabotage training in Albania, then participated in the establishment of KLA bases in Kukës and Tropojë (in northern Albania). Moreover, he organized the smuggling of arms into Kosovo in order to provoke an international crisis. He organized assassinations of Serbs and of Albanian collaborators. His mentality and his activities were no different from those of Serbia’s and Bosnia’s “Black Hand” and “Young Bosnia” terrorist organizations which 100 years ago were looking to ambush the Austrians in order to stoke the fires of an international crisis.
After the war, he received a college education, thanks to the American taxpayer who funded the newly established sham institution called “American University in Kosovo” (affiliated with a New York state technical college). Since his second acquittal, Haradinaj has been active in aggressive political projects, chiefly designed to intimidate the Serbian holdouts in the Mitrovica region to the north and to scare away Serbia’s politicians who have not given up on Kosovo province as part of Serbia. He was implicated in the infamous scandal involving the stealing of organs of the captured Serbs. Like most Albanians of his secular generation educated under Communism – he was not raised as an educated Muslim – and his Muslim religious experience is one of a token recognition of major holidays and a dim awareness of everyday customs of an Islamic way of life. However, Islam remains a poison-tipped arrow in the quiver of Albanian ambitions in the Balkans – something that Haradinaj is aware of, and can use in the future.
Today, this loose cannon of Kosovar politics is busy making threatening statements with which he hopes to show how much international support Kosovo Albanians receive from the world as well as to keep his supporters warm for him so he can continue to have political aspirations. After all, his ultimate aim is the nationalist goal of Greater Albania, which the political Islam and the Arab paymasters for Albanians are not interested in EXCEPT as a method for faster spread of islamization across the Balkans. This unconvicted criminal Haradinaj may use the Islamic angle next in his growing ambition to dictate the local headlines…
Haradinaj threatens to seize a third of Serbia’s territory
The president of the opposition Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, again threatens Serbia and says that, if he becomes Prime Minister, and Serbia does not delete Kosovo from its constitution by then, he will ajoin Kosovo to one-third of the territory of Serbia, starting with, as he said, the southern Serbian city of Nis.
Extraordinary parliamentary elections are scheduled in Kosovo, which will take place on June 11th, and Haradinaj believes that the time has come, as he says, for someone to overturn the agenda of Serbia that is ruffling Kosovo.
He claims that he himself was the victim of this agenda because he was in custody of the French authorities for more than three months.
He told TV Rrokum in Rrokum Rroll that he should “tell the European Union (EU), and especially the United States, that Albanians are not the people with whom one can play and cheat us.”
“Europe is not doing anything about this topic. I am grateful to Berlin, who had a clear position on my case, but when it comes to Brussels, this is not fair, because in the Balkans, the EU is seen as a party that can not convince the parties to make difficult decisions. It should react to America and show Serbia its place” said Haradinaj, who is the former president of the Kosovo government.
Serbia, he believes, should also remove Kosovo from the preamble of its Constitution.
“If Europe and America do not do this job, then there is nothing left for us but to introduce reciprocity, while they hold Kosovo in their constitution, it is up to us to place a third of their territory in our territory,” Haradinaj said, adding : “They will not play a bad neighbor with us anymore,” the Kos-net portal reported.
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