More of the poison fruit of Bill Clinton’s war in the Balkans paving for further jihad wars in the heart of Europe.
This threat to Europe comes from Edi Rama, Prime Minister of Albania, the only overwhelmingly Muslim country in the whole of Europe.
The West gave the Muslims a free pass in the Bosnian war. They committed monstrous war crimes. War is ugly, but the idea that the Serbs were the bad guys was absurd. Both sides did terrible things. And the fact remains the West took the wrong side in that war. I warned of the consequences of siding with the Muslims against the Christians in the Balkans. The attacks against me for standing with the Serbs were merciless. For years, I predicted that we were paving the way for an Islamic state in the heart of Europe, and now they have it. And the millions of Muslim migrants in the current hijrah will just increase their army.
The Balkans consists of Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia.
Take, for example, Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it has been ethnically cleansed and is now all Muslim. That’s what Bill Clinton spent American blood and treasure for? To establish a jihad state in the heart of Europe?
Kosovo background: The Kosovo War was an armed conflict in Kosovo in the late 1990s. It was fought by the forces of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (by this time, consisting of the Republics of Montenegro and Serbia), which controlled Kosovo before the war, and the Kosovo Albanian (Muslim) terrorist group known as the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), with air support from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) from 24 March 1999, and ground support from the Albanian army.
The KLA, formed in 1991 initiated its first campaign in 1995 when it launched attacks targeting Serbian law enforcement in Kosovo, and in June 1996 the group claimed responsibility for acts of sabotage targeting Kosovo police stations. Bill Clinton abandoned our long time allies in Serbia to align with the jihad force.
EU NIGHTMARE: Albania says ‘give us membership or prepare for CHAOS’
By Vincent Wood, The Express, April 18, 2017:
Albania is a formal membership candidate for the EU, but the process has been slowed by the crumbling bloc and member states who do not want to allow new countries into the 28 member union.Now Prime Minister Edi Rama, a self-avowed friend of Tony Blair, has claimed the Balkans could “go crazy” if their role in Europe is not appreciated.
He warned the bloc rolling back its membership offer could wreak havoc on the continent, saying “the alternative would be a nightmare for the people and countries of Europe.
Mr Rama said: “There is a lack of understanding, or a lack of vision in not realising that this region needs Europe, but Europe needs this region too, for a secure and safe Europe,”
“How can the union be secure and safe if the Balkans will go crazy?“How can the European Union allow at its own heart a grey zone where other actors can have a larger influence than the EU itself?
“This is nonsense in terms of security, in terms of safety.”
It comes as the county considers creating a union with Kosovo
It comes as the county considers creating a union with Kosovo, which has a majority Albanian ethnic population, despite it being explicitly disallowed by the Kosovan constitution.Speaking to Politico, the Albanian leader claimed the move could be a “possible alternative” to EU membership.
Mr Rama added: “The only way to keep the Balkans in this peaceful and cooperative mode is to keep the path to the EU open, to keep the perspective clear, to keep emotions about the EU positive.
Opposition from member states has slowed Albania’s EU hopes
Albania is a formal membership candidate for the EU
“No one would like to turn in on themselves and look for smaller unions, everyone would like to unite in the big union.
“But if there’s no hope, no perspective, no space, then, of course, little unions may happen.”It comes after European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned over instability in the Western Balkans.
Mr Juncker said to the US Vice President Mike Pence last month: “If we leave them alone – Bosnia-Herzegovina, Republika Srpska, Macedonia, Albania, all those countries — we will have war again.”