* Here is Julia Gorin refuting lies, propaganda and false accusations;
Fact is: a US-Nato mission has gone horribly wrong. Giving Kosovo, part of the Christian heartland of Serbia to the Muhammedans will simply result in wetting their appetite. Eurabia is much closer now than it ever was in history.
‘Ah yes, my agenda. My nefarious agenda that we should be fighting the terrorists instead of helping them. ‘
is not a typical book of the current events or international affairs genre. Nor is it a journalistic expose. It is simply a book of stories, true stories of what has taken place in Kosovo since the end of the 1999 war: shooting, beheading, burning, bomb attack, maiming, rape, abduction, torture, desecration, theft, mutilation, and harassment.
While Western policymakers (the U.S., EU, UN, NATO,OSCE, etc.) delude themselves that they are buying the goodwill of the Muslim world by the sacrifice of a small Christian community in Kosovo, the perpetrators know this is yet another step toward Islamic dominance of all Europe.
This is a struggle for the soul and future not just for Kosovo, not just for Serbia, but for an entire continent.
That we shouldn’t be staking our future on a Greater Albania, whose “nominal” Muslim loyalties face toward Mecca, as Jesse Petrilla–founder of the United American Committee–wrote in his recent article, “My Trip to Bosnia and Kosovo.”
Is it a devious agenda to convince Americans to discontinue helping Muslims cleanse Christians from Kosovo, and to quit sacrificing a small Christian community in the hopes of winning jihadist good will?
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Julia Gorin answers her critics today on Front Page
After my article exposing the farce of our Kosovo mission ran in American Legion Magazine last month, I heard from a soldier in Kosovo who was incredulous that someone was actually and finally talking about the region. I proceeded to publish two letters from him in this space, about his experiences and observations there, some of which confirm the free run that jihadists have in Kosovo, the fact that Albanians are being radicalized, and the notion that we should not have intervened in Kosovo as we did. Only there since November, the National Guard soldier stopped short of confirming the ethnic cleansing and slow genocide of Kosovo’s Christians that I’ve described in my articles.
Unfortunately for the deniers, the facts are also now chronicled in a book by a member of the international mission in Kosovo, entitled Hiding Genocide in Kosovoâ€”a Crime Against God and Humanity.
But a National Guard soldier named Nicki Fellenzer, who runs a blog and also read the Legion article, found the piece to be at odds with her experiences in Kosovo. She (along with fellow military blogger Brad Staggs), wrote that my commentary was “filled with wild accusations, inaccuracies, distortions and downright lies that serve only to hurt our peacekeeping mission in Kosovo and shed a negative light on the Soldiers who are carrying out said mission…We’re disappointed in [Julia Gorin]…for holding [her] agenda as more important than the troops who are sworn to protect [her] freedom to promote it.”