Friday, March 21, 2008

Target America: Global Jihad and the Planned Destruction of National Sovereignty

By Cliff Kincaid

(Excerpt) The recent burning of the U.S. Embassy in Serbia was a response to the Bush Administration recognizing Kosovo’s separation and independence from Serbia. Kosovo represents the religious heritage of Serbia's Christians and many Christian churches have already been destroyed by Muslim extremists there. Taking Kosovo from Serbia is comparable to taking Jerusalem, the capital of the Jewish people, from Israel.

President Bush said that Kosovo, in its declaration of independence on February 17, had “willingly assumed the responsibilities assigned to it under the Ahtisaari Plan.” President Bush said that the United States formally recognized Kosovo as a sovereign and independent nation. But who is Ahtisaari? Martti Ahtisaari is the United Nations envoy who arranged for the process that led to Kosovo’s independence. But he was accused of taking bribes to bring this about. The charges have not been investigated by either the U.N. or the U.S. State Department.

Analysts Greg Copley and Dr. Marios Evriviades have coined terms for two of the phenomena which we are witnessing today: cratocide, the murder of nations; and cratogenesis, the birth of nations. Copley says, “That’s what we will see increasingly over the coming few decades as the world re-defines its structures: nations disappearing and appearing.”

Hillary Clinton didn’t mention Kosovo in her February 25 foreign policy speech at George Washington University, except to say it was one of the “challenging spots” on the “global map.” However, the attendance of her “long time friend” General Wesley Clark at the event spoke volumes. Clark ran her husband’s illegal war there, on behalf of Muslim extremists, and she supported it.

Clark, who insists that the U.S. decision to go to war in Iraq was a misjudgment based on scanty evidence, ran Clinton’s NATO war against Yugoslavia on behalf of the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). Thousands of innocent people in Serbia, Yugoslavia’s main province, were killed to stop an alleged "genocide" by Yugoslavia against Kosovo that was not in fact taking place. Investigations determined that a couple thousand had died in the civil war there..... (Read the Rest at PDF file)

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