Anti-EU Police Protests Intensify In Kosovo
Protests against Eulex, EU Police in Kosovo have intensified after nine former Kosovo Liberation Army members were arrested on charges of torturing and killing both Serbs and Albanians during the war.
The KLA were an extreme Islamic movement trained and funded by the CIA and MI6 to destabilize Kosovo and bolster the pretext for the NATO bombing campaign that saw thousands of innocent people flee the region, which was ultimately forced under EU control.
Clinton and Blair are promoted as heroes in the region, but it was their intelligence services that supported the KLA and caused untold numbers of deaths.
A police spokeswoman said its work in pursuing alleged Kosovo war criminals will not be swayed by the protests.
Speaking to EUobserver from Pristina on Wednesday (30 March), Eulex spokeswoman Kristiina Herodes said: “We are a rule of law mission and we have to carry out our mandate. We have executive power on war crimes cases, so we have to carry out our duties. This is not a beauty contest. We are here for serious business.”
One wonders when Blair, Clinton and NATO officials will be pursued for war crimes.