Phase of “Soft” Ethnic Cleansing of Serbian Kosovo ProvinceSep 6th, 2009 | By De-Construct.net | In Commentary, Earlier, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis
Bishop Artemije: We are Citizens of Serbia
“We are citizens of Serbia”, Bishop of Ras-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija Diocese, His Grace Artemije
Unable to carry out the final pogrom of the remaining Serbs and other non-Albanians in the southern Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija while the World Court is deliberating on the illegality of Priština’s unilateral declaration of independence, ruling Albanian terrorists, guided by the Empire’s administrators, are using other methods to finish the ethnic cleansing of the province — “random acts of violence” against the province’s Serbs, populating predominantly Serbian north with Albanians and cutting off electricity to Serbian ghettos are among the favorite means KLA thugs employ nowadays.
Last Wednesday the electricity was cut off to the 14th century seat of Serbian Orthodox Church, Peć Patriarchate and Monasteries Gračanica and Devič.
Bishop of Ras-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija Diocese, His Grace Artemije, who was forced to leave his residence in Prizren (razed in March 2004 pogrom) and was moved to Gračanica Monastery, said his diocese will not sign any “agreements” with Albanian-seized “Kosovo Energy Corporation” (“KEK”, built and owned by the Serbs, by the way, in 1960s and 1980s), which are put together to extort tacit recognition of the mafia state on Serbian territory.
“This is the latest attack against the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija,” Bishop Artemije said.
“They first cut electricity off to Serb-populated villages. Once they were broken, the monasteries came under attack. They started during past winter, when Monastery Gorioč was left without electricity. In this way, they moved us back to the middle ages, only not the dark middle ages, but the golden ones. We shall illuminate our chambers with candles and vigil lamps, like our ancestors,” Bishop said.
“If Europe believes we need to be punished, so be it,” he added.
Bishop Artemije explained the issue has nothing to do with money, or paying the electricity bills, as the Western mainstream is always happy to report.
The problem is in the agreements Priština wants to force the head of Serbian Kosovo-Metohija Diocese to sign, by which the leader of Serbian Orthodox Christians in Kosovo province would tacitly recognize illegal, terrorist state on Serbian territory.
“We want to pay the electricity, but not in a way they are demanding from us. We do not want to sign any of their papers. We are citizens of Serbia and we expect our state to help us with these problems,” Bishop Artemije said.
OSCE: Unrestrained Pillage of the Serb-Owned Property
In the meantime, OSCE had issued report [PDF] on “a significant number of sales of property belonging to Kosovo Serb displaced persons that have been sold without their knowledge”:
The means by which these properties have been sold varies but includes falsified powers of attorney, personal identification documents, and court stamps. Given their absence, displaced persons do not become aware of such transactions until after some time has passed.
The HPD/HPCC during its mandate dealt with a considerable group of such cases connected to serious allegations that several properties belonging to “Category C claimants” were being sold without their knowledge. The HPD/HPCC was established as a quasi-judicial organ by virtue of an UNMIK Regulation and operated outside the legal system, having its own rules of procedure and evidence for the resolution of claims which were adjudicated upon a recommendation from the HPCC.
These fraudulent transactions have enabled perpetrators to sell property on behalf of or “personally” by the owners who remain displaced from Kosovo and have not consented to the transaction. Transactions have being conducted on the basis of forged documentation that results in serious human rights violations constituting an impediment to return and property restitution for displaced persons.
Empire’s Children of the Night
Dane Petersen (R) at the May 2009 Board Meeting of the Empire’s latest gang for enforcing the NWO agenda and busting the sovereign states, that calls itself the Independent Diplomat.
Regarding some of those who are guiding the KLA thugs nowadays, they are luminaries such as Carne Ross, a former British Foreign Service Officer, former head of the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) Soren Jessen-Petersen (also a personal friend of the chief Albanian butcher Ramush Haradinaj), Nicholas Whyte of one of Soros’ infamous witch conclaves ICG, Elisabeth Gross, former Transparency International employee and OSCE worker — where, o where — in Albania, and Mladen Joksić, snake oil salesman from Otpor — all of Empire’s and Soros’ Children of the Night, pushing for further fragmentation and dismemberment of Serbia, as long as the heroin and organ-harvesting dollars continue to pour in their coffers, of course.
The most beautiful, tear-jerking, incredibly moving detail is their preposterous claim to be diplomats with a conscience [PDF], proudly asserting that they “refuse to aid parties uncommitted to accountable, democratic governance and protection of human rights”, so, for example, “if Robert Mugabe came to us for advice, we wouldn’t help him”.
Well, if that doesn’t get the tears rolling down your cheeks, I honestly don’t know what would!
In other words, they would never — evah! — help someone who is an obstacle to the White Masters’ wanton plunder of Africa and whom the Anglo-American empire wants permanently removed or, in the best case scenario, cut into pieces and fed to the pigs.
They are so principled and high-minded that they’ll only help the upstanding war criminals and certified butchers such as Haradinaj, Ceku and Thaci, “committed to accountable, democratic governance and protection of human rights” although soaked in blood of the innocent up to their eyebrows, who are the same empire’s tool for destabilizing Balkans and weakening and controlling the Serbs.
You gotta love boundless British perversion of every shred of morality and common decency, and absolute, all-encompassing, astounding hypocrisy — all just to squeeze a buck here, a diamond there, free gallon of oil and a lump of coal. Paupers, bums, pickpockets and highway robbers through the ages and all of history.
- Kosovo Serbs: Christmas in Ghetto
We all await Christmas, we all rejoice, both old and young, both ill and healthy, both free and those who are not. Christmas – a joy to all. And what, in fact, is Christmas? Do we all know that, do we understand and comprehend? It is as easy as it is difficult to give answer to that question. It is an answer which can be given in one sentence, or take an entire doctoral dissertation. Our answer is none of those, but something in the middle, adjusted to every human age, to all the God-loving soul.
- Five Years Since Kosovo Kristallnacht
March 17 marks five years since the 2004 pogrom of Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija, in which 19 people were killed, hundreds were wounded and thousands forced to flee their homes. In a well organized, synchronized wave of violence, in three days between March 17-19 2004, aided by the passive NATO (KFOR) troops acting as far-removed observers, a mob of 50,000 Kosovo Albanians ethnically cleansed and torched seven Serb villages, sweeping the remaining Serbs out and away from the vicinity of all the main roads and connections with central Serbia.
- Stolen Kosovo – Uloupené Kosovo, Czech Documentary, 56:26
- Albanian KLA Attempts to Discredit Organ Harvesting Investigation
“The purpose of fabricating the story of arrest of the alleged Serbian citizens and broadcast of allegedly captured conversations in which the three men are seemingly ‘attempting to persuade’ people to falsely testify about the KLA organ harvesting and trade, is to discredit and derail the investigation of the KLA post-war operations, of kidnapping young and healthy Kosovo Serbs and transporting them to northern Albania, where their vital organs were harvested for sale,” Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukčević said.
- Kosovo-Metohija Exhibition
- Kosovo: Can You Imagine?, Boris Malagurski, 29:54
- Organ Harvesting Scandal Dismantling “Kosova”
By now, there is hardly a single news agency in the world that has failed to report on Del Ponte’s revelations about her foiled investigation into the gruesome chain of crimes Kosovo Albanian leaders conducted during and after the end of NATO-backed KLA insurrection in Serbia, of kidnapping young and healthy Kosovo Serbs and harvesting their vital organs for sale.
- Bishop Artemije in Canada’s Parliament — Video
- Kosovo and Metohija Wounds
Book titled “Shiptar Genocide of the Serbs in 20th Century”, published by Rasko-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija Diocese, is a harrowing testimony about the genocide Shiptars (Kosovo Albanians) have been systematically committing in the entire 20th century, and which continues at present, Rasko-Prizren Diocese Press Department announced.
- Kosovo Province: Another Church Desecrated, Another Priest Harrassed
- Bishop Artemije: Kosovo is Our Land, Kosovo is Serbia
Il Manifesto interview with Bishop of Rashka-Prizren and Kosovo-Metohija Artemije, the highest authority of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Kosovo and Metohija
“We do not recognize Prisitina-declared independence, we do not want to be regarded as ‘a community’ or a ‘minority’ on our own land. We remain here, despite the violence, a witness to the faith, and to the truth about the enclaves where Serbs live like in concentration camp,” His Grace Artemije told Il Manifesto’s Tommaso Di Francesco.
Kosovo is barely being mentioned any more, it is being left up in the air, without the legality, in a fog of deafening silence. The UN Security Council did not recognize the independence declared unilaterally by the Pristina Shiptar leaders in February, and the EU is split…
- Hundred and One Way to Finish Ethnic Cleansing of Kosovo…
Serbian news agencies reported EU police (EULEX) and NATO forces in Kosovo province (KFOR) used teargas, rubber bullets and shock bombs for the third day in a row against Serbian protesters threatened by the construction of a new settlement for Albanians in predominantly Serb-populated northern Kosovo Mitrovica suburb Brdjani. Representatives of Kosovo Serbs warned of Albanian terrorists being infiltrated in the north part of town with a task to terrorize remaining Serbian population and instigate their another massive exodus from the province. At the same time, Albanian legacy poachers are erasing Serbian cultural, religious and historical heritage by presenting it as their own heritage.
- Ten Years of NATO-Induced Hell
June 10 2009 marks ten years — 3,652 days — since the withdrawal of the Yugoslav Army and arrival of the international military and civilian mission to the Serbian Kosovo and Metohija province, after NATO aggression against Serbia. On that day ten years ago, before the eyes of 44,000 soldiers from 39 countries, 10,000 UN police members from 53 countries and over 10,000 UN administrators, a mass ethnic cleansing of Kosovo Serbs and other non-Albanians has begun.
- Four Years Since March Pogrom
- Kosovo – La Guerra Infinita, Italian Documentary, 1:18:02
- Hashim Snake Thaci, bin Laden of the Balkans
- Bishop Artemije’s Order
- Do Not Leave Your Holy Land!
- Bishop Artemije: We Must Not Give Up
- Kosovo and Metohija will Never Become Albanian State
- Serbs Stripped of Basic Human Rights
During the past two decades, Serbia has been placed under a heavy magnifying glass by the West (or the “international community”, as Western politicians and their media prefer to call themselves), persistently scrutinized for any trace of deviation from an imposed political ideal, especially when it comes to the treatment of Serbia’s countless minorities. All along, however, the human rights of Serbs in Serbia and outside, although continuously and viciously violated, remain ignored.
- Tensions Mount in Kosovo Province
Notorious member of the Kosovo Albanian terrorist organization KLA (UCK) Halit Barani, who earned his place in infamy as one of the main instigators of March 17 2004 pogrom of remaining Kosovo Serbs by falsely accusing Serbian community for the deaths of three Albanian boys, was seen on Monday in a predominantly Serb-populated Brdjani village near Kosovska Mitrovica. Barani’s presence in Brdjani, where the Serbs have been protesting against construction of the new settlement for Albanians, triggered fears of repetition of the 1999 and 2004 pogroms, when most of the Serbs were ethnically cleansed from their homes throughout southern Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija.