Saturday, October 29, 2005

Presevo Valley seeks special status

BUJANOVAC- Serbia-Presevo [Presheva] Valley should have a special status and Albanians in this region should have the same rights that Kosovo Serbs are asking for, said Nagip Arifi, the head of Bujanovac municipality. According to Kosovo Pubic Television he said he was unhappy with the work of Coordinating Body, created by Serbian government for the region, of which he is a deputy. Arifi said he will inform the relevant international institutions about, what he termed, this “appropriate demand”.

Presevo Valley is a region in Serbia proper that borders eastern Kosovo. There was a brief armed conflict in 1999-2000 between the Serbian army an ethnic Albanian fighter who were complaining about mistreatments and second class status. European Union representatives brokered an agreement which lead to secession of hostilities. Albanian parties have been complaining that the Serbian government has not been implementing its end of the bargain.

There has been suggestion in recent years that Presevo Valley should be swapped with northern Mitrovica when an eventual agreement is reached between Kosovo and Serbia about the status of Kosovo. Most Kosovo Albanians and European Institutions oppose such a swap of land, but Serbian politicians have been ambivalent about such possibility. F.F

8 comments:

Janov said...

Look at the Albanian Propaganda. This site is full of lies. Read below to discover the Albanian lies.

A Transparent Ploy
By Nebojsa Malic- Antiwar.com
An Albanian blog calling itself "Balkan Update" (sic!) posted a particularly revolting bit of speculation Wednesday. Under the title "Serbia trying to stir chaos in Kosovo," the autor - someone named FeFe - speculates that the bombing attack on Rugova, the killing of Enver Haradinaj, and the bombing of Veton Surroi's offices are all to blame on Serbian intelligence.

Serbian spies have long been the phantoms of grim tales told to scare Albanians, Croats, or Muslims into obedience. Albanians and their partisans (such as the ICG, and even the US government) have long alleged the existence of "Serb paramilitaries" in Kosovo, going so far as to suggest the Mitrovica "bridge watchers" were actually Serbian plainclothes police. None of these stories have ever been substantiated.

Were Serbia an organized state with a strong, decisive government independent from foreign control and meddling, it would absolutely make sense for it to engage in covert operations in the occupied territories of Kosovo and Metohija [marked "Kosova" in bright green on the map FeFe features]. The occupation is all the motive it needs. However, Serbia is not the kind of state just described. It is weak, poor, controlled by a shaky, feeble-minded coalition government and riddled with Imperial "advisors" and "observers." Between the Hague Inquisition, DOS and the current NATO lobbyist as Defense Minister, its military has been gutted. Police, too. And thanks to the current foreign minister's jihad against security services, they aren't in good shape either. So while there may be a motive, there are no means. Not to mention no human resources to conduct such activity.

Ah, but the Albanian blogger has it all figured out. See,


The Serb Intelligence community has continued to maintain a relationship with those previous Albanians [sic] whom it calls “loyal citizens”.
This is nothing less than a call for a witch hunt among the Albanians who may not be vocal supporters of the independence cause. Many have been killed already on mere suspicion of "collaboration"; Haradinaj and his siblings in particular were known for killing "traitors."

But before there is an Albanian Inquisition, let's consider one other possibility, offered by Occam's razor as the simplest and most likely explanation: Hashim Taqi. No one from Taqi's party (DPK) was targeted in the attacks. They have attacked Rugova's and Haradinaj's people before. The DPK has been excluded from power - and thus cut off from access to outside funding - by Rugova and Haradinaj since last winter. Most KLA veterans are members of the DPK. The KLA is a terrorist movement, specializing in assasinations and bombings. And they sure have plenty of resources on the ground.

So there's the means, there's the opportunity, what about motive? Well, "FeFe" actually offers it up, when he accuses "Serb Intelligence." The attacks serve as a way for Taqi to pressure and intimidate his opponents, Albanians get angry and start purging "loyalists," and Serbs get the blame. As far as the KLA is concerned, this is a close to a perfect ploy as it gets.

Well, except for the pesky little fact that it's all so transparent, anyway.


http://grayfalcon.blogspot.com/2005_04_01_grayfalcon_archive.html



Whoever visits this site must be aware that this is an albanian propaganda against serb nation.

Balkan Update said...

Sir,
This is not a biased web site against Serbian nation as you allege. If that was the case you would have not been able to make comments here. In addition to that, Serbian sources are quoted in a significant number of articles- if you have read them you would have seen that that is the case. Links to Serb, Albanian and other sides are also provided in the main page. Frankly what you allege is baseless and undeserving of commentary. You are welcomed to share your opinion in civilized and a more respectable manner.

Anonymous said...

holly smokes! Malic of antiwar.com commenting on Balkan Update?!!! apparently Serbs are losing their propaganda edge and feeling the heat from truth.

Janov said...

That was not Malic commenting here you mooron. I pasted his comment here you idiot. Get lost now.

Anonymous said...

There is a difference between "at" (used for locations) and "on" (used for subjects, items). Apparently you don't know the difference. Don't try to lecture me on (note the proper use of the adverb) English. Actually, statistically speaking there is even a higher chance that you can't lecture me on the Serbian language either considering that only about half of your population finishes elementary education.

Anonymous said...

First of all, i'm albanian and i dont think Kosovo(a) should get independence let alone Presovo.

Ferick said...

There we have it:
"Anonymous said...
First of all, I’m Albanian and i dont think Kosovo(a) should get independence let alone Presovo.
2:59 PM
"
I been reading this in a few other forums. We all know that you are a Serb- no need to disguise as an Albanian. I don't get what you are trying to achieve with this?
Convince Albanians that we should oppose Kosovo's Independence?? Good luck..... Let me know when you convert one Albanian to your opinion. Let’s put it this way: I give you $10,000 for each head converted. You can make a living this way!

Janov said...

What the fuck are you talking about? At and on what? You really are an idiot like most albanians. You people are animals- world will regret not having let Milosevic kill you all.
An Albanian blog Balkan Update = dirty Muslim terrorist propaganda

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An Albanian blog calling itself "Balkan Update" (sic!) posted a particularly revolting bit of speculation Wednesday. Under the title "Serbia trying to stir chaos in Kosovo," the autor - someone named FeFe - speculates that the bombing attack on Rugova, the killing of Enver Haradinaj, and the bombing of Veton Surroi's offices are all to blame on Serbian intelligence.

Serbian spies have long been the phantoms of grim tales told to scare Albanians, Croats, or Muslims into obedience. Albanians and their partisans (such as the ICG, and even the US government) have long alleged the existence of "Serb paramilitaries" in Kosovo, going so far as to suggest the Mitrovica "bridge watchers" were actually Serbian plainclothes police. None of these stories have ever been substantiated.

Were Serbia an organized state with a strong, decisive government independent from foreign control and meddling, it would absolutely make sense for it to engage in covert operations in the occupied territories of Kosovo and Metohija [marked "Kosova" in bright green on the map FeFe features]. The occupation is all the motive it needs. However, Serbia is not the kind of state just described. It is weak, poor, controlled by a shaky, feeble-minded coalition government and riddled with Imperial "advisors" and "observers." Between the Hague Inquisition, DOS and the current NATO lobbyist as Defense Minister, its military has been gutted. Police, too. And thanks to the current foreign minister's jihad against security services, they aren't in good shape either. So while there may be a motive, there are no means. Not to mention no human resources to conduct such activity.

Ah, but the Albanian blogger has it all figured out. See,

"The Serb Intelligence community has continued to maintain a relationship with those previous Albanians [sic] whom it calls “loyal citizens”.

This is nothing less than a call for a witch hunt among the Albanians who may not be vocal supporters of the independence cause. Many have been killed already on mere suspicion of "collaboration"; Haradinaj and his siblings in particular were known for killing "traitors."

But before there is an Albanian Inquisition, let's consider one other possibility, offered by Occam's razor as the simplest and most likely explanation: Hashim Taqi. No one from Taqi's party (DPK) was targeted in the attacks. They have attacked Rugova's and Haradinaj's people before. The DPK has been excluded from power - and thus cut off from access to outside funding - by Rugova and Haradinaj since last winter. Most KLA veterans are members of the DPK. The KLA is a terrorist movement, specializing in assasinations and bombings. And they sure have plenty of resources on the ground.

So there's the means, there's the opportunity, what about motive? Well, "FeFe" actually offers it up, when he accuses "Serb Intelligence." The attacks serve as a way for Taqi to pressure and intimidate his opponents, Albanians get angry and start purging "loyalists," and Serbs get the blame. As far as the KLA is concerned, this is a close to a perfect ploy as it gets.

Well, except for the pesky little fact that it's all so transparent, anyway.


A Transparent Ploy by Nebojsa Malic www.antiwar.com

http://grayfalcon.blogspot.com/2005/...rent-ploy.html

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