Wesley Clark always had good contacts with the Kosovo “government”

Wesley Clark always had good contacts with the Kosovo “government” and its “prime minister” – the former militant Hashim Thaci. There is even a street in Pristina named after Wesley Clark.

“It is clear that during their ‘cooperation’ that started in 1998, they concluded business agreements. Now it is absolutely clear that the bombings of Kosovo pursued both political and economic objectives: they were aimed not only at separating Kosovo from Serbia, but also at depriving Kosovo of its extensive natural resources…”

“Kosovo created a precedent. It was the first link in the strategy of the ‘humanitarian’ interventions of the NATO countries led by the USA…To be more exact, the possibility of interference in other regions of the world under this or that pretext became possible.”

Coal mining is very good but oil still has a good price. So everything continued, following the former format: Iraq, Somalia, and Libya.

Bloody Thursday in Kosovo- Albanian mob and police savagely attacked Serbian children and youth…


On one of the holiest Serbian national and religious, orthodox Christian holidays, which marks anniversary of 28 June 1389 “Battle of Kosovo”, scores of young Serbian children and youth, attending this event, were injured in attacks by Albanian mob and police, using firearms, Molotov cocktails, stones and other weapons.
All Serbs had to pass very rigorous controls at Albanian police check points. The Albanian Police was supervised by the occupying NATO (KFOR) force and Eulex police. It was made sure that the Serbs were unarmed!
After violence broke out, one Serbian child and another young man are in critical condition. Seven others are in serious condition and hospitalized in medical Clinics in Gracanica, Prokuplje and Nis. 

Kosovo: Serbs were attacked by Albanian police [dozens wounded]

More than 50 Serbian civilians  were injured in clashes on Thursday when the so called authorities in Kosovo deported a group of visiting Serbian civilians, leaving one with life-threatening gunshot wounds.

The group of about 70 Serbs was travelling in two buses to Gazimestan, a religious and historic Serbian site close to the Pristina, when the brutal police turned them back.

Žitije (život) Svetog Save Srpskog Arhiepiskopa i prosvetitelja

Sveti Sava [Saint Sava] Arhiepiskop i prosvetitelj srpski

S V E T I  S A V A

Iznad istorije ratova i država koju stvaraju moćne vojskovođe, u kojoj se pokazuju do mita neustrašivi junaci, stoji istorija ljudske borbe da se čovek, ljudi i narodi što više uzdignu, to jest, istorija ljudskog mira i pregnuća. To je istorija ljudske civilizacije, ta čudesna brojanica kultura naroda. Tu istoriju stvaraju oni koji su umom i duhom najmoćniji. Među njima se, opet, izdvajaju junaci vekova i naroda.

U ukupnoj istoriji srpske kulture posebno se izdvajaju dve ličnosti, dva velika stožera — Sava Nemanjić i Vuk Karadžić. Sava Nemanjić je utemeljitelj duhovne istorije Srba, a Vuk Karadžić obnovitelj.

Serbs and Albanians on Kosovo: The truth is out there somewhere

In Serbian language Istina je negde tamo
Author: Mićo Babić:
Dragoljub Simic (left) with Fazlija Uko (right). Serb and Albanian.
Dragoljub Simic (left) with Fazlija Uko (right). Serb and Albanian.  

Do you notice how different these two beings are? 

Here's some help: in the picture is Dragoljub Simic (left) with Fazlija Uko (right). Serb and Albanian.

You still see no difference? 

You don't see it because there is none. Both of them are people, before anything else. The difference you were supposed to notice when someone mentions the Serbs and Albanians came from the outside, it is not domestic. 

"I wish we were not separated. Why should we separate, Dragoljub and I, when we grew up together? Now neither side is well. 
There were times where you were able to go anywhere you wanted, to stay the night where you want and not be afraid that something will happen to you. Now we are all afraid of everything, " ends his monologue Fazlija.

Two Serbs wounded in northern Kosovo

Two Serbs wounded in northern Kosovo
A KFOR member is seen at Jagnjenica (Tanjug)

ZUBIN POTOK - Two people wounded by rubber bullets in the northern Kosovo village of Stuoce were taken to a health care center in Zubin Potok, treated and released, doctor Aleksandra Stoimenov told Tanjug.

They had been among the Serbs who gathered in Stuoce, on the regional road between Kosovska Mitrovica and Ribarice, after KFOR blocked roads leading to Zubin Potok early on Saturday. "Two people were brought to our facility. Both sustained minor injuries from rubber bullets," Stoimenov told Tanjug.

One was shot in the forearm and the other in the thigh, she added.

WARNING! Very Graphic Content: The Real Srebrenica Genocide

Since this post appears to have recieved a lot of attention these last couple of days and not all visitors look at the comment section bellow, the administration of this blog wishes to make it absolutely clear that the following article does not reflect Serbia SOS opinion on the isssues mentioned in it, such as the Jewish-Palestinian conflict or Muslims in general. So let me rephrase what I already answered to one of the comments bellow: We reposted this  from American Defence League because those pictures of Serbian victims are important documents from that war and here at Serbia SOS we try to gather as much of documents regarding our people and that horible war, as we can. We are not against Islam or any other religion and we believe that there are moderate Muslims, just like there are moderate Christians, Jews etc. Just like that, there are extremists on all sides, misinterpreting religion for their selfish or missguided purposes. One could easily look at photographs of what the French colonialists did to Algerians back in 1945 and see photos very similar to those you will see in this post. Can we therefore label all Christians genocidal or extremists? What we see here, in these photographs were acts of extremists and they don't burden the entirety of Muslim people, just like the acts of violence committed by Serbian extremists in that war do not represent all the Serbs. Crimes were committed on all sides, but what we are trying to do here is to balance the media falsification of that war which painted only the Serbs and all of Serbs as Nazis and criminals, by showing our victims too and talking about the historical and political context of this violent dismemberment of Yugoslavia. No one wins in this kind of conflict even if one side seams to be the favored one in the media, because we are all connected and if we harm one person it will bounce back on us. 
The Real Srebrenica Genocide
What is this monument inscribed in Arabic script doing in Srebrenica
(Potocari village), Bosnia?
Introduction by Nathan Pearlstein
Why are the mainstream Western media, the US administrations under George W. Bush and Bill Clinton as well as the governments of NATO and the EU covering up this monumental crime against humanity?
Why are the Serbs – whom apart from the Jews were the major victims of the Holocaust during World War 2 - being cast as the perpetrators of genocide while the real perpetrators of genocide – the Islamofascists loyal to Alija Izetbegovic – are being cast by the corporate media, the US, NATO and EU governments as “the victims”?

SCANDAL: Former Mujahedeen Commander Naser Oric Released After Killing 3500 Christian Serbs in Srebrenica!

After serving only six months of his two year sentence for brutally butchering three thousand five hundred Christian Serbs in villages in Srebrenica from 1992 to 1995 the President of Bosnia, Bakir Izetbegovic (son of Alija Izetbegovic) today gave amnesty to the Commander of the Mujahedeen terrorists Naser Oric whose brutality against the Serbs is legend in the Balkans
The Hague sentenced this rogue to two years in prison and now he has gotten a pardon.  
Two years for killing three thousand five hundred Christian Serbs and now he’s only served six months of this sentence!  

Greece, Serbia Defy New World Order

It became clear when the dust settled after the recent elections in Greece and in Serbia that two epicenters of resistance to aggressive globalism continue to exist in Europe. 

Narodne melodije s Kosova i Metohije, MIODRAG A. VASILJEVIĆ

Vasiljeviću je bilo jasno da je na Kosovu i Metohiji u toku ne samo izgon Srba i Crnogoraca, vec i temeljno uništavanje svedočanstava srpske duhovnosti, tragova srpskog življenja.
Po prirodnoj logici stvari, kada bi makoji narod u Evropi ili u bilo kojem delu sveta imao u svojoj kulturnoj istoriji jednog Miodraga A. Vasiljevića davno bi štampao i preštampao njegova sabrana dela. 
Svakojako, ne bi dopustio da u fono-arhivu Fakulteta muzičke umetnosti u Beogradu čame neobjavljeni Vasiljavićevi rukopisi i tonalni zapisi (Centralna i Zapadna Srbija na primer!), notni zapisi i beleške sa različitih terena i putovanja, mnoštvo snimljenih magnetofonskih traka. Rukopisna i zvučna ostavština etnomuzikografa Miodraga A. Vasiljevića do danas nije arhivski obrađena, nije sređena niti sistematizovana. 
Neka na me ja na cast!
Ako jednom narodu nije stalo do vlastitog identiteta, do lične prepoznatljivosti, ako je narod olako spreman da žrtvuje nacionalno muzičko biće — njemu nema nacionalnog opstanka. On ga, štaviše, i ne zaslužuje!
Prof. dr Nenad Ljubinković 
Moderna srpska etnomuzikologija nesporno započinje Miodragom A. Vasiljevićem.
 Miodrag A. Vasiljević
Povodom knjige Miodraga A. Vasiljevića
Narodne melodije s Kosova i Metohije

Serbian Music: Kosovo i Metohija [A Thick Fog Has Fallen]

Music is a part of the Serbian cultures in Kosovo.
One of many great songs is A Thick Fog Has Fallen  [Gusta mi magla padnala]

Gusta mi magla padnala, mori,
Gusta mi magla padnala.
Na toj mi ramno Kosovo, mori,
Na toj mi ramno Kosovo.

Serbian Music: Kosovo i Metohija [Marijo bela kumrijo]

Marijo, bela kumrijo
♫ Jordan Nikolić

"Marijo, deli bela kumrijo, mori,
što ti je, Maro, krotko, mori, 'odenje,
što ti je, Maro, ti'o, mori, zborenje?

:: Kosovo Serbs clash with NATO forces over roadblocks, 6 injured (VIDEO, PHOTOS)

[Flash twitter]
 - Slavkovic Bojan managed to save his 4 & 6 y/o children by hiding them behind one wall,when #KFOR started shooting at their house #Kosovo

 - KFOR/NATO was shooting at unarmed Serbian civilian protesters today and wounded some & also dismantled Serb barricades
 - The only thing keeping #Kosovo alive & existent is the expensive NATO/US/German occupation and Albanian #drug & organ trafficking money
- #KFOR soldier aiming his riffle at a journalist from "Kurir" press today in #Kosovo after shooting Serb civilians  [ Photo Source] 
KFOR soldier aiming his riffle at a journalist 
from "Kurir" press today in #Kosovo 
after shooting Serb civilians 

 - President of #Kosovo Mitrovica Pantic:"Untill that is changed,we'll continue to set up barricades and protest"
 - "Communication with central #Serbia is broken,citizens cant go further than Zvecan,we totally blocked"
- 3 Serbs arrested today by #KFOR in #Kosovo were beaten by KFOR & handed over to @EULEXKosovo ,which placed them in KPS,they RELEASED them now
- Released Srdjan Filimonovic says German #KFOR paper-sprayed & beaten & kicked him& passed him over 2 US KFOR. Only Portugese KFOR acted ok #Kosovo
Photo of one of the Serbs wounded today by ‪NATO‬ 
in ‪Kosovo‬
In #Kosovo protesters are "armed" and in #Syria protesters are "unarmed", according to #NATO media spin.. 
what a lying scum[@NewsBalkan]

Report RT Kosovo Serbs clash with NATO forces over roadblocks, 6 injured (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
‘West using Belgrade power vacuum to establish new reality’
Fresh clashes between Serb protesters and peacekeepers were somewhat expected to come amid the current “power vacuum” in Belgrade, political analyst Alexandar Pavic told RT.
RT: The barricades were set up last year, after Kosovan and EU authorities tried to enforce a trade embargo. Is anything being done to resolve this dispute?
AP: Unfortunately, what is being done is more of the same from last year. The NATO forces which are being called peacekeepers are actually trying to use force to force the Kosovo Serbs to accept living in an independent Kosovo, which they won’t accept. And that is the whole root of the problem. Negotiations really are only directed towards that end as far as the Western powers, the EU, the US, are concerned.
But I do want to say that this was something at the beginning of June which was to be expected because there is sort of a power vacuum in Belgrade right now. We’ve just had parliamentary and presidential elections. The new president has only taken office yesterday. But we don’t have a functioning government. We only have a technical government. 
So actually what NATO and the EU and the US are doing, they are using the power vacuum in Belgrade to try to establish a new reality on the ground in Kosovo.
The NATO-led contingent had fired rubber bullets or live rounds
and tear gas against inocent protesters on Kosovo
At least four Serbs and two NATO soldiers were injured in a gunfight in Northern Kosovo as NATO Kosovo Force attempted to dismantle Serb roadblocks.
Reports said soldiers from the NATO-led contingent had fired rubber bullets or live rounds and tear gas after rioters threw stones at a roadblock near the town of Zvecan in a Serb-dominated northern area of Kosovo.
Oliver Ivanovic, the official dealing with Kosovo in Serbia's outgoing government, said four Serbs had been injured.
KFOR said two soldiers were wounded in the incident and one of them had been evacuated in stable condition.  
“KFOR will not allow the situation to escalate and will use a proportional level of force necessary to maintain a safe and secure environment,” said NATO spokesperson in Kosovo Uwe Nowitzki, as quoted by Reuters. He said that the operation to remove the roadblocks continued. 
Several hundred Serbs have reportedly gathered in the village of Rudare to protect barricades, and fighting began when KFOR troops in armored personnel carriers moved in.
A Reuters witness said KFOR troops from Germany and the US received reinforcements after initial clashes and were deployed on hills overlooking Rudare. Several NATO helicopters were also flying over the area.
Dragisa Milovic, the mayor of Zvecan, said KFOR had refused to allow Serb medical personnel to help wounded Serbs.
"A [KFOR] commander told me they have the authority to use deadly force on anyone who throws a stone or uses a weapon," he told Reuters.
Health authorities in the Serb-controlled north of the city of Mitrovica said a number of people also received minor injuries.
Serbians began setting up road blocks in the area last year to prevent the ethnic Albanian government in Kosovo's capital from extending control over the Serb-dominated region.
KFOR said it had started removing roadblocks to "improve freedom of movement" for both its troops and the citizens.
This is not the first incident between Serbs and KFOR soldiers. 
At least two Kosovan Serbs and two NATO peacekeepers were injured in a wave of violence in northern Kosovo in November 2011, casting doubts on whether the conflict could be resolved in the near future.
At least 10 people were injured earlier in September, 2011 in clashes at the Jarinje checkpoint in northern Kosovo.
Photo of another wounded Serb civilian, 
shot in the legtoday in ‪#Kosovo‬ by ‪#NATO‬

In #Kosovo protesters are "armed" and in #Syria protesters are "unarmed", according to #NATO media spin.. what a lying scum[@NewsBalkan]

 moving away from Rudare bridge towards Zvečan  after destroying all barricades & shooting some Serbs [photo]


Herr Harald Kampffmeyer:
I would do the same again
[article from 2009]
My family thinks I am - nuts! Thus, on the niversary of the beginning of  "merciful" bombing of Serbia, speaks the man who, before this criminal act of 19 most powerful countries in the world, has never even set foot in the Balkans and then, with the power of his own conscience - has become a part of Serbian history, of which, unfortunately, a little is known in Serbia. 
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