Saturday, November 05, 2011

NATO officer sides with Serbs in Kosovo, apologizes

Former NATO officer, Major Kristian Kahrs, has joined ranks of protesting Serbs who are under a dual attack in Kosovo – by the Muslim Albanians who want them exterminated and by NATO who want Serbs to obey them.
According to Belgrade paper, Vecernje Novosti, Major Kahrs, seen above in photo among Serbs, has joined Serbs at the barricades and has apologized for his contribution to the organized extermination of Serbs in Kosovo.
“At the time when we were responsible for security in Kosovo, some 250,000 Serbs and non Albanians have been ethnically cleansed out of here. Therefore, as a former officer of the KFOR I feel a responsibility to apologize,” Major Kahrs is quoted by Novosti and translated here freely.
He says that NATO failed in saving Serbs from Albanian killings.
Novosti says that Major Kahrs heard about Kosovo “thanks to sculpted euphoria in the media” and that he was learning about Kosovo in Norway’s Institute for foreign policy.
“My mentor told me that bombing of Yugoslavia was a catastrophic mistake and that the Albanian mafia runs the largest deals in Europe,” Major Kahrs is quoted by Novosti and translated here freely.
NATO used these mafia elements to create a Kosovo Albanian army and police.
“That is how criminal elements got their legitimate status,” Major Kahrs is quoted by Novosti and translated here freely.
An earlier story on Kahrs here.
M Bozinovich

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