PETITIE PENTRU KOSOVO


SEMNATI O PETIE ON-LINE IMPOTRIVA INDEPENDENTEI KOSOVO!

PETITIE: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/petition/905791187

DIN PACATE SUNT SI UNII PENTU INDEPENDENTA PROVINCIEI CARE AU SEMNAT ASTFEL INCAT NU PUTEM STI EXACT NUMARUL CELOR PRO-KOSOVO.

http://sceptik.wordpress.com/2008/01/23/petitie-pentru-kosovo/

AMINTESC SI DE 2 IDEI DE-ALE MELE APARUTE AICI SI AICI

TRIMITETI VORBA LA CAT MAI MULTI!

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4 gânduri despre “PETITIE PENTRU KOSOVO

  1. problema kosovo este fara solutie. daca kosovo ramine parte a serbiei, kosovarii musulmani nu vor accepta asta in vecii vecilor si deci razboiul va continua. daca kosovo se proclama independenta, asta creaza un precedent foarte periculos in legatura cu schimbarea granitelor. eu nu vad nici o solutie cu bataie lunga. singura solutie care ar putea functiona temporar este administrarea provinciei de catre onu sau alta institutie competenta pina ceva nou va aparea. evident ca eu, in acest moment, sint pentru administrarea temporara a provinciei de catre onu sub o forma acceptata de ambele parti. din punctul meu de vedere nu conteaza cine are dreptate, conteaza stabilitatea si pacea pentru ca eu cred ca toti copiii din kosova au dreptul la o viata normala, indiferent de disputele politice si de alta natura. deja cel putin o generatie de copii kosovari au fost crescuti intr-un mod anormal iar cind vor ajunge la maturitate, unii dintre ei ar putea sa faca mult rau societatii. priviti la situatia din palestina dupa citeva generatii de copii crescuti in conditii anormale….

  2. The tragic story of Serbs in Kosovo – The ethnic cleansing of Serbs by the Albanian settlers has marked Kosovo’s history in the 20th and 21st century. During World War II, Kosovo was siezed by Albanian fascists, who got a free hand to terrorize the Serbs. Until August 1941 alone, over 10,000 Serbs were killed and between 80,000 and 100,000 Serbs were expelled, while roughly the same number of Albanians from Albania were brought to settle in these Serbian lands. Mustafa Kruja, the Prime Minister of Albania, was in Kosovo in June 1942, and at a meeting with the Albanian leaders of Kosovo, he said: „We should endeavor to ensure that the Serb population of Kosovo be – the area be cleansed of them and all Serbs who had been living there for centuries should be termed colonialists and sent to concentration camps in Albania. The Serb settlers should be killed.” After the war, the Communist authorities favorized the Albanians at the expense of Serbs, and allowed the uncontrolled settlement of Albanian immingrants and tolerated different methods of ethnic discrimination against Serbs. When Kosovo got the status of an autonomous province in 1974, it basically received almost all of the powers the rest of the republics in Yugoslavia had. This gave them the means to engage in a silent ethnic cleansing of Serbs in Kosovo. In a New York Times article published on July 12th 1982, it is stated that – the exodus of Serbs is admittedly one of the main problems that the authorities have to contend with in Kosovo, an autonomous province of Yugoslavia inhabited largely by Albanians. – Regarding the Albanians that want to separate from Yugoslavia, Becir Hoti, a Government official in Kosovo stated that ‘”the nationalists have a two-point platform […] first to establish what they call an ethnically clean Albanian republic and then the merger with Albania to form a greater Albania.” 1871 – Serbs: 64% Albanians: 32% 1948 – Serbs: 24% Albanians: 65% 1971 – Serbs: 18% Albanians: 74% 1995 – Serbs: 7% Albanians: 90% 2008 – Serbs: 5% Albanians: 92% In an attempt to prevent the secession of Kosovo, Serbian government in 1990 abolished Kosovo Albanian autonomy. The Albanian rebels formed the KLA and began attacks on Serb police and civillians, as well as Albanians perceived as being allied with the Yugoslav Government. In 1998 the Government brought in the army and police to quell the rebellion. The civil war lasted until 1999 when NATO, which was supporting the KLA (deemed a terrorist organization by the CIA only a few years before that), intervened against Yugoslavia and caused 500.000 Kosovo Albanians to flee the province to Macedonia and Albania. After the war, despite the international presence, KLA organized the persecutions of the Serb population and more than 200.000 Serbs fled Kosovo. Only 90.000 Serbs remained living in total isolation, dispersed in several KFOR protected Serb enclaves.

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