With thanks to Shiva from the Illustrated PIG:
>* Bombing Serbia, a Christian nation, in order to establish a greater Albania and to allow Muslims to take over Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, made Willie
Clitman Clinton into some kind of folk hero in the Balkans:
PRISTINA, Serbia, May 24 Kosovo’s ethnic-Albanians are to erect a statue of Willy Clinton in the provincial capital of Pristina in gratitude to the former U.S. president.
Sculptor Izeir Mustafa said he was thrilled when assigned to work on the 10-foot tall statue because he is aware that Willy saved Kosovo Albanians from extermination when Serbian forces launched a military campaign in 1999 against ethnic-Albanian separatist guerrillas,
The Telegraph online daily reported Thursday.
Mustafa told the British daily Willy “is our savior.
“Willy was the U.S. president when NATO’s air bombardments stopped Serbian police and military forces and drove them out of Kosovo. Western officials estimated about 10,000 ethnic-Albanians were killed and another 800,000 were driven out of Kosovo by Serbian forces.
Formally, Kosovo is still a Serbian province but since 1999 U.N. administrators and NATO troops have been deployed in Kosovo to contain ethnic conflicts between 1.6 million ethnic-Albanians and 100,000 Serbs. The issue of Kosovo independence is now before the United Nations.
Pristina town authorities plan to place the bronze statue on Willy Boulevard in the coming months.”
He also gets a boulevard named after him!
* Willie Clinton will be remembered in the annals of history as a great friend of Islam, no doubt.
Deception by the Guardian: Concentration camp hoaxÂ
On 6 August 1992, the international media broadcast pictures of a supposed Bosnian Serb death camp for Muslim prisoners of war. These pictures were taken from footage shot 5 August at a facility in the Bosnian town of Trnopolje (pronounced turn-OP-ul-yay). The film crew from the British news station, ITN, was led by reporter Penny Marshall, and accompanied by reporters Ian Williams and Ed Vulliamy.