Monday, February 11, 2008
February 11, 2008
Letter to the Editor
Scott Taylor is one of few journalists willing to put his reputation on the line by writing, Should Steer Clear of (2/11/08).
Blood-thirsty killers with torture and ethnic cleansing as their goals are still blood-thirsty war criminals regardless of the new uniforms they wear or what they wish to call themselves. was photographed kissing Hashim Tachi in 1999, just after he murdered six of his lieutenants. He is now the Prime Minister of Kosovo who has the bloodiest hands in Kosovo. He was preceded in this post by , another blood-thirsty killer of dozens of Serbs and a convicted war criminal who was sentenced to "time served while standing trial" at The Hague—revealing the disgusting contempt The Hague has for any real justice.
Politicians like the late , , and Eliot Engle lined their pockets with the dirty money from Albanian drug runners, weapons dealers and pimps who have turned Kosovo into the cesspool of . Kosovo is the most corrupt culture on the continent and no amount of independence will change a mindset that is steeped in honor killings, and tribal power grabs that are not compatible with democratic principles. Thirty million Kurds deserve independence, not 1.7 million Albanians who already have their own country next door, or are we pretending that a "Greater " is not a work here?
The West took the lead of a liar in the White House to foment an illegal war against based on "Human Rights" and in the process we betrayed the UN Charter, the Nato Treaty, the Final Act, and the Geneva Conventions. Political hypocrites today are not interested in the Human Rights of the Serbs in Kosovo who have been reduced from 21% of the population in 1999 to 4% today. The fact that 40% of the Albanians in are illegal aliens who cross the border into as easily as Mexicans cross our border each night in are simply ignored.
Genocide by any other name is still Genocide, or has the West decided to betray equal justice along with morality?
The writer is the author of 5 books on Balkan history including his 1992 book, Kosovo.
Posted by Mel at 11:44 PM