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18 November 2007
Kosovo Serbs refuse to legitimise their own annihilation
Serbs in the NATO occupied Serbian province of Kosovo have refused to legitimise their own annihilation by voting in the recent elections.

Preliminary counts indicate that one of Kosovo's major criminal figures, Hashim Snake Thaci, has won most of the Albanian vote, not that turnout was very high amongst them, either. Only about 40% - 45% bothered to show up at the polls.

What happens next is out of Serbia's hands. If Moscow will give a security guarantee to Belgrade then the Serbian army can march in and retake the province that was stolen from them as a result of western aggression in 1999.

The Russians should give that guarantee. Kosovo is where globalised capitalism first began its forward march. Therefore it is right and proper that Kosovo is where that march should turn into a humiliating and irreversible retreat.
6 Comments:

Indeed so. There is hardly going to be World War Three just for the sake of some black-shirted Wahhabi and heroin-trafficking pimps. Is there?

19 November 2007 at 13:12  

That depends on Russia. If they will give the guarantee to Serbia, then I think that the expansionists will crawl away like the little dogs that they are.

If we are to begin the long process of recovering our position as a class, then it strikes me that the current political class needs to be thoroughly discredited.

Kosovo is as good a place as any to begin that process.

19 November 2007 at 20:49  

Serbia has a program of state asset sales, is borrowing externally to finance infrastructure improvements & consumer consumption, has GDP growth of 6% and trades extensively with the EU. Serbia is in consultation with the IMF. Yet you are calling for this same Serbia to expand to halt the expansion of global capitalism.

Newsflash: Serbia is capitalist and becoming more so.

20 November 2007 at 04:22  

I wasn't calling for anything - I was saying what I think will happen if Russia gives the guarantee.

If that happens then I suspect that ideology will override economics, as it always seems to do.

Let's wait and see shall we?

20 November 2007 at 06:24  

It is not a question of either ideology or capitalism. A modern capitilist Serbian expanding into Kosovo might even be welcomed by globalism, as the Serbs are perhaps more strongly adopting capitalism than the Kosovo Albanians who sometimes tend Islamist.

But for sure, wait and see.

In related news Coca-Cola Serbia has tripled its production since 1997 and is quite clearly beating Pepsi in the local cola wars. Though there is a growing Red Bull presence.

20 November 2007 at 21:44  

Yeah, let's leave it at that.

Welcome over here from the drink soaked wankers for war site, by the way.

If you stick around you might find me interesting.

20 November 2007 at 22:37  

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