Kosovo: Sudetenland all over again ?
The saying goes, “He who forgets history is doomed to repeat it.” The
world stands poised and waiting for what will be regarding Kosovo. Will
we see another Munich, another Czechoslovakia, another Sudetenland,
another appeasement to criminals, another murderous, bloody European war
brought forth by despicable men selling a false sense of securing peace?
This time the name is not Neville Chamberlain, it is Slovenian
Foreign Minister, Dimitrij Rupel, and Slovenian President, Danilo Tirk,
among other EU and US officials playing the part of the appeasers.
Some of the appeasement nonsense coming from the EU goes as follows:
“The European Union must be ready to guide Kosovo to independence after
the UN Security Council failed to settle the future status of the
breakaway Serb province.
The EU and Kosovo have to agree what to do next,” Slovenian Foreign
Minister Dimitrij Rupel told reporters.
Slovenia, which took over the European Union presidency for six
months on Jan. 1, is pressing members to make good on a pledge to send
an 1,800-member police and civil force to Kosovo this month. Slovenia is
determined to have the force in place before Kosovo unilaterally
Serbia rejects any agreements with the EU should they insist on
recognizing Kosovo’s independence. “If I have correctly gauged the mood
in the EU, we need to be willing to accept the reality of what is
happening in the western Balkans” said Rupel.
Rupel said he assumes that Kosovo will be an independent state by the
end of the Slovenian EU presidency in July 2008, and that by then Serbia
would be able to start negotiations for its admission to the EU.
Mr. Chamberlain, I mean Mr. Rupel, you have NO concept whatsoever of
The reality is that Serbia will not accept any association with the
EU should it recognise independence for Kosovo. Furthermore, it seems
that you ignore the reality of UN Resolution 1244 and the UN charter,
which expressly addresses sovereignty of UN member states and the
inviolability of frontiers.
Compare the EU pronouncements to the words of Chamberlain in his
infamous speech: “Before I come to describe the Agreement which was
signed at Munich in the small hours of Friday morning last, I would like
to remind the House of two things which I think it very essential not to
forget when those terms are being considered.
The first is this: We did not go there to decide whether the
predominantly German areas in the Sudetenland should be passed over to
the German Reich. That had been decided already”.
“Czechoslovakia had accepted the Anglo-French proposals. What we had
to consider was the method, the conditions and the time of the transfer
of the territory.”
Just substitute a few words...such as the predominantly Albanian
areas of Kosovo...passed over to the Albanian criminal mafia Islamic
expansionist terrorist human trafficking drug lords.
Indeed, Chamberlain’s being photographed with Hitler is quite
analogous to Madeleine Albright or other representatives of the empire
meeting with war criminal, “Snake Thaci,” the recently “elected” prime
minister of the Albanian mafia regime in Kosovo.
After the Munich appeasement, Hitler took advantage of
Czechoslovakia’s internal disputes.
He encouraged Slovakia to declare independence, so that he could more
easily seize the remaining Czech region (feeling any deja vu yet?).
As an inducement, in March 1939, Hitler promised Slovakia that if it
declared independence, he would protect it - from Hungary and Poland. It
is also ironic that it was Germany who first encouraged and instigated
the breakaway Yugoslav regions of Croatia and Slovenia into declaring
independence (contrary to legal provisions set forth in the Yugoslav
constitution) and then precipitously acted to recognize them, which was
ultimately responsible for the bloody Balkan wars.
Winston Churchill later said of the appeasement, “The nation had to
choose between shame and war. We have chosen shame.
We shall get the war as well.” Likewise, Washington and the EU have
chosen shame, appeasement and dishonesty as their Balkans policy. They
will soon have war and troubles with more than the Balkans.
“The cake has been baked, because the Americans have promised Kosovo
independence,” a senior European Union official said. “And if Washington
recognises Kosovo and European nations do not follow, it will be a
They don’t know the meaning of the word “disaster,” but they will
soon find out. Will the appeasers also gratify the Wahhabis by forcing
India to relinquish Kashmir, the Philippines to let go of Mindanao,
Cyprus to abandon its Turkish populated north? And why would Kosovo
separation be accepted and not the Republika Srpska? Also consider
Northern Ireland, Corsica, the Basques, the Belgian linguistic conflict,
the Scots in Western Europe, southern Sudan, Darfur, Algeria’s Berbers,
Biafra, southern Thailand, China’s Uighur, the Maluku and Celebes
islands in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Ahwaz Arabs in Iran, the Kurds of
What the empire is advocating for Albanians is an independent Kosovo,
another second Albanian state in Europe.
Two states, side by side, for nearly four million people - that is
difficult if not impossible to explain to any rational, fair minded,
thinking individual, not to mention the many groups who seek
independence as well.
“It is deeply distressing that the international community is
advocating the carving away of a part of the territory of one country,
and is supporting the proclamation of that part of territory as an
independent state,” former US secretary of state Lawrence Eagleburger
told Voice of America.
“This is not something that the world would want to be established as
a tradition. There are very good reasons for the opposition to the
international efforts to separate Kosovo from Serbia,” Eagleburger said.
Albanians have no reason to compromise, they merely have to wait
until an impasse is declared. Only Russia has genuinely encouraged and
insisted upon negotiations that will conclude with an agreement
acceptable to both sides. Russia has given voice to international law
and fairness, firmly standing her ground against appeasement.