COMMENT: Over the years, we have covered the dismemberment of the former Yugoslavia  and the fundamental misrepresentation of the nature of the combatants who fought against the former Yugoslavian government and the Serbs.
In addition to the Croatian re-creation of the Ustashi collaborationist forces that allied with Germany during World War II , the Muslim populations of the former Yugoslavia have recapitulated Waffen SS formations .
In addition to the re-creation of the Hanjar Division (13th Waffen SS) in Bosnia , the Kosovo Liberation Army featured the sons and grandsons of fascist fighting formations from the Second World War II–particularly the 21st Waffen SS (Skanderbeg) Division .
Interestingly (and perhaps significantly) the commander of the international peace keeping force in Kosovo was German General Klaus Reinhardt , the son of Fritz Reinhardt, the Deputy Minister of Finance during the Third Reich.
Separating Kosovo from Serbia, Germany has been the driving force in keeping this outlaw state within an envelope of international respectability. In effect, Kosovo has become a German colony . As can be seen in the article excerpted below, international opinion does not share the German outlook on Kosovo.
Under former Kosovo Liberation Head Thaci’s rule, that country has become an epicenter of organized crime, manifesting some truly horrifying activities.  In addition to trafficking in human organs , Thaci reportedly maintains a harem of sexual slaves, whose fidelity is enforced by armed guards using deadly force.
It is also interesting to note that Kosovo is viewed by the UNPO  as its first major success. (Headed by Karl von Hapsburg–formerly married to Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza–the UNPO purports to champion downtrodden populations . It actually appears to be working to fragment larger nations by ethnically destabilizing them . the ultimate beneficiaries of the UNPO’s activities appear to be the Underground Reich and the transnational corporations. The UNPO is currently championing the Afrikaners from the apartheid regime of South Africa.)
EXCERPT: A Ukrainian woman who managed to escape from what she called “The World’s Hell Hole” gave an interview with details about Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hasim Thaci and his harem, in which 52 slaves “worked” day and night serving the prime minister, as well as other politicians and businessmen.
The location of the harem was on an intersection of streets Shaip Spahija and Bedri Shala, in the basement of a large building specially designed to serve as a “harem.”
“None of the girls were from Kosovo, there were few from the Balkans, about ten from Russia, one from Cameroon, two Chinese women etc” stated the Ukrainian.
According to her, the building has several VIP areas where Thaci and his friends have orgies.
“Most of the people who arrive here are older, very few are younger. Many of them are foreign diplomats, including officers from EULEX and KFOR. The girls are not allowed to say “No”. One of the girls called Dolores from Colombia protested the conditions during our lunch time in the cafeteria. She was shot dead by Thaci’s bodyguards” says the Ukrainian witness, who went by her initials N.M.
N.M. stated she was “involved” with Thaci only once when he came to the harem heavily intoxicated and drugged.
The Ukrainian gave an interview for multiple Balkan newspapers. She claimed it is virtually impossible to escape Thaci’s harem as there are always at least five armed bodyguards securing the area. Out of the five, there is always one from Chechnya. . . .
EXCERPT: The European Court of Auditors (ECA) is making serious accusations against the German-EU Kosovo occupation policy. According to the ECA’s report published Tuesday, not much can be seen of the “rule of law,” that the EU for years has been pretending to establish in the region that had seceded from Serbia in violation of international law. Instead, levels of general corruption and particularly of organized crime remain “high.” This has “not changed considerably” since the occupation began in the summer of 1999, writes the EU authority. NATO invaded that south Serbian province in the summer of 1999. Under its control and with Berlin’s active support, the KLA mafia gang led by Kosovo’s current Prime Minister, Hashim Thaci, became the strongest local power. The ECA report, once again, shows the consequences of Berlin’s repeated reversion to elements — such as the KLA — in the framework of strategically motivated military operations. With their help, wars can be won, but their social qualities are diametrically opposed to a humane development in the region targeted by German interventions.
Drip-Fed by the EU
The report of the European Court of Auditors (ECA), published Tuesday, begins with a short recapitulation of recent developments in Kosovo. It recalls how NATO invaded in the summer of 1999 and — in the name of the UN — took control of this south Serbian province; how its formal secession was prepared and — in violation of international law — finally imposed in February 2008. In spite of the massive pressure particularly from Germany and the USA, Kosovo has been recognized by only 91 countries. Berlin has not been even able to prevail within the EU: Five EU member countries continue to consider the region part of Serbia — in accordance with the terms of international law. In defiance of all resistance to this illegal secession, Priština has been receiving billions in subventions from western donor countries since 1999. According to the ECA, between 1999 and 2007 alone, it received 3.5 billion Euros — two thirds of which originated in the budgets of the EU and its member countries. An additional 1.2 billion Euros had been provided for the period 2009 — 2011. Kosovo, which has not been recognized by one-fifth of the EU member states, is today the main — per capita — recipient of EU aid.
The Mafia in Power
In this context, the “European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo,” EULEX is of particular importance, because of the social situation. Before the attack on Yugoslavia, in March 1999, Germany and NATO had already begun to arm the mafia militia of the archaic clan-dominated back hills of Kosovo against Belgrade. During the war, the KLA actually functioned as the ground forces of NATO’s bombers. When the combat ended, they had developed into the strongest force of the South-Serbian province. Their leader, at the time, Hasim Thaci, has been Kosovo’s Prime Minister, since 2008. Since the 1990s, the mafia activities of the head of government and his current entourage have regularly been the object of international criticism. (german-foreign-policy.com reported.) EULEX was therefore given the task of establishing principles of rule of law in Kosovo. EULEX, with its 2,500 employees, is the largest crisis operation that the EU has ever had.
The ECA has rendered a devastating verdict against EULEX not only for anomalies that could be considered simply mismanagement. According to the ECA, the EU Commission supports the establishment of an independent information system for the border police of Kosovo, rather than the creation of a unified system for the entire police force — as the EULEX had demanded. This EU authority acknowledged that there simply had been no coordination during preparations. Besides, the implementation of both projects was “significantly delayed,” the supply of the equipment was more than a year late. In any case, the primary objective for these measures had been to replace a long since existing information system, simply because it was introduced by the USA, with a new fully EU-standards compliant system. Implementation of the new system was difficult because of the Kosovo authorities’ preference to continue with the existing system. This was in no case, a promotion of efficient police work, criticized the ECA.
The fact that, at best, Kosovo has made “limited progress in the struggle against organized crime” after years of EU engagement is even more serious. According to the ECA, the organized crime situation, in fact, has “changed very little” since 1999, remaining at a “high level.” Investigations of even major crimes are “still ineffective,” not just due to limited experience, but mainly because of political interference. . . .