I have received one New York Times article from 1982, titled: WAR OF TERROR BY ALBANIANS IN YUGOSLAVIA STRAINS UNITY.
It’s strange to read how the media which knew the facts and truth, less than two decades later decided to twist it, turn it upside down, abuse and side with terrorism, with former Nazi forces (if there could be smth. like ”former Nazi.”)
Let’s analyse it:
– in 1982. the global media was aware that there was a constant Albanian terror in the Serbian land of Kosovo.
The authors highly professionally, inform their audience about all the improvement of human rights and the Albanian position in Serbian state and society.
❝ Problems of the new Albanian nationalism remain large and seemingly intractable. Kosovo is dependent on federal funds for economic development and receives the heaviest subsidies of any region. Yet, much of Belgrade’s money has apparently gone to projects serving ethnic interests, such as expanding the university’s Albanian studies programs. In Belgrade, rumors suggest that the Kosovo Bank used funds to buy out Serbian farmers, thus creating new room for Albanians. ❝
… and one could see that (quote):
❝ the Kosovo Polje, for ex, also carries its name in Albanian, alongside the original Serbian.❝
So the original toponyms and the language in Kosovo have always been Serbian.
Also, that much of Serbian money was spent ”for serving the national (Albanian) interest, such as expanding the Albanian studies program.
But the Albanian employees in Kosovo bank abused the funds to buy houses, flats, land and make room for more Albanian migrants from Albania.
So, the Serbs were subject to the Albanian terror, Serbian money was used to sponsor the Albanian expansion and ethnic cleansing of the Serbs of Kosovo:
The NYT also reminds their readers about the Kosovo field battle when the Serbian nobility fell in a battle against the expanding Turks.
Unlike last decade’s pamphlets and some ”new” history mostly written by lobbyists and leading PR agencies, which is not more than the murder of truth and raping of history, there was not a single mention of any Albanians neither living in Kosovo nor participating in the battle.
The article says that after the battle, an exodus of Serbs took place and the Albanians, brought by the Ottoman invaders, occupied Serbian empty houses and fields.
And in the case of Kosovo, history repeats – this time, instead of Ottomans we have USA, EU and NATO doing exactly the same for the Albanians and to the Serbs.
When history takes a full round, perhaps even the NYT will suddenly ”remind” of the truth.