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RICHARD HOLBROOKE: BENEFICIARY OF ALBANIAN KLA MAFIA MONEY
« on: April 12, 2009, 07:20:25 PM »

RICHARD HOLBROOKE: BENEFICIARY OF ALBANIAN KLA MAFIA MONEY


See Holbrooke cavorting with Albanian KLA Mafia terrorists at a John Kerry fund-raiser in 2003 in this Dutch documentary film here:



 



Exactly 4 years ago this week, ex-Clinton administration “peace envoy” Richard Holbrooke - beneficiary of  the Albanian KLA Islamist Nazi Narco-Terrorist Child Sex Slavery Mafia - gets the president of the US/NATO owned and controlled Hague ICTY Kangaroo Court to free the ex-Kosovo “Prime Minister” and KLA Islamist Nazi war criminal - Ramush Haradinaj - IN ADVANCE of his totally phony ”surrender” and ”trial” at the Hague ICTY:

“a deal would be struck to ensure that he did not serve prison time for the charges he faced.”    


[start quote here]

US Policy in the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean: Time to Stop Choosing Sides, and to Start Choosing Strategic Interests

By Gregory R. Copley,

President, the International Strategic Studies Association.[1]

Presented at the Capitol Hill Conference on

FYROM: The Need for Reassessment of US Policy in the Balkans.

Longworth House of Representatives Office Building,

Washington, DC: April 14, 2005

“The fact that the KLA leader and, until March 8, 2005, Prime Minister of Kosovo, Ramush (Hilmi) Haradinaj, was indicted for war crimes and taken to The Hague for trial still has not penetrated the consciousness of what is transpiring.

Moreover, in order to somewhat ease the embarrassment of having backed the wrong side — the side of al-Qaida, the narco-traffickers, the true genocidal xenophobists, and the criminal gangs — in Kosovo, the US is in some ways actively working to let Mr Haradinaj out of prison, so that he can “fight his legal battle from a position of freedom” [Preceding quote in italics by a US State Department spokesman].

“This is a man charged with having directly and personally killed many innocent people, not a politician who allegedly allowed things to happen by default.

The scandal of this particular case has yet to break, but suffice it to say that Albanian mafia linked to the KLA have worked through former US Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke — a close associate of the KLA and a beneficiary of its support — to approach the US President of the International Criminal Tribunal on the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Theodore Meron, to see Haradinaj released.[4]

There are reports from within the ICTY that the State Department would approve the release of Haradinaj, and had, in fact, agreed with Haradinaj in advance of his surrender to the ICTY, that a deal would be struck to ensure that he did not serve prison time for the charges he faced.”

4] Meron, a professor of law at New York University, was a member of the US official delegation to the Rome talks in 1998, at which the establishment of the International Criminal Court (ICC) was discussed. At that conference, he reflected the US line, which was in complete opposition to the foundation of the ICC, but subsequently accepted to be President of the ICC’s subsidiary court, the ICTY.

[end quote here]

http://4international.wordpress.com/2008/04/05/usnato-owned-hague-icty-kangaroo-court-frees-kla-mass-murderer-ramush-haradinaj/

http://www.macedoniansincanada.com/Grecory%20R.%20Copley.htm





Richard Holbrooke and Wesley Kanne Clark are both seen cavorting with Albanian KLA MAfia gangsters in this John Kerry fund-raiser back in 2003. This footage is from a 2005 Dutch documentary film "The Brooklyn Connection" on the Albanian-American gun-smuggling gangster, Florin Krasniqi - who with the backing of Holbrooke and Clark - was able to smuggle weapons into Kosovo to be used by the Albanian Muslim Nazi KLA terrorists.





Conservative Jewish columnist, Julia Gorin, wrote an article back in 2005 about the Dutch documentary in the Jewish World Review:


"The Brooklyn Connection" is damning, demonstrating just how seriously our 1999 blunder continues to backfire, as the film follows Krasniqi's life: at home in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, with his wife and three kids; at the gun store buying a .50-caliber rifle; at an army surplus store buying fatigues and holsters; at the airport checking in his firearm; and at a 2003 John Kerry fundraiser writing out thousand-dollar checks.


"With money, you can do amazing things in this country," Krasniqi rhapsodizes. "Senators and congressmen are looking for donations, and if you raise the money they need for their campaigns, they pay you back."


At the event, we see Krasniqi greeting Wesley Clark. "Mr. Clark, this is your group, your KLA," Krasniqi says, introducing the former NATO commander to six or so fellow KLA fighters whom Krasniqi helped resettle in the U.S. Krasniqi himself was smuggled into the country across the Mexican border in the trunk of a car.


"United Nations doesn't know what we are capable of," Krasniqi warns. "If we were capable of getting NATO to help us, I think we are capable of throwing the UN out of there also. And we will throw the UN out if we have to."


The intermittent gunfights between Albanians and NATO (KFOR) troops over the past six years since that American "victory" on behalf of the enemy can attest to that, as can a Kosovo charity that was raising funds for Osama bin Laden. Then there's the KLA member whose application was found at an al Qaeda recruitment office in Afghanistan: "I have Kosovo Liberation Army combat experience against Serb and American forces...I recommend [suicide] operations against [amusement] parks like Disney."


http://www.jewishworldreview.com/julia/gorin071805.php3

http://thebrooklynconnection.net/content.php?section=people


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Re: RICHARD HOLBROOKE: BENEFICIARY OF ALBANIAN KLA MAFIA MONEY
« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2009, 07:32:31 PM »

RICHARD HOLBROOKE: BENEFICIARY OF ALBANIAN KLA MAFIA MONEY


See Holbrooke cavorting with Albanian KLA Mafia terrorists at a John Kerry fund-raiser in 2003 in this Dutch documentary film here:



 



Exactly 4 years ago this week, ex-Clinton administration “peace envoy” Richard Holbrooke - beneficiary of  the Albanian KLA Islamist Nazi Narco-Terrorist Child Sex Slavery Mafia - gets the president of the US/NATO owned and controlled Hague ICTY Kangaroo Court to free the ex-Kosovo “Prime Minister” and KLA Islamist Nazi war criminal - Ramush Haradinaj - IN ADVANCE of his totally phony ”surrender” and ”trial” at the Hague ICTY:

“a deal would be struck to ensure that he did not serve prison time for the charges he faced.”    


[start quote here]

US Policy in the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean: Time to Stop Choosing Sides, and to Start Choosing Strategic Interests

By Gregory R. Copley,

President, the International Strategic Studies Association.[1]

Presented at the Capitol Hill Conference on

FYROM: The Need for Reassessment of US Policy in the Balkans.

Longworth House of Representatives Office Building,

Washington, DC: April 14, 2005

“The fact that the KLA leader and, until March 8, 2005, Prime Minister of Kosovo, Ramush (Hilmi) Haradinaj, was indicted for war crimes and taken to The Hague for trial still has not penetrated the consciousness of what is transpiring.

Moreover, in order to somewhat ease the embarrassment of having backed the wrong side — the side of al-Qaida, the narco-traffickers, the true genocidal xenophobists, and the criminal gangs — in Kosovo, the US is in some ways actively working to let Mr Haradinaj out of prison, so that he can “fight his legal battle from a position of freedom” [Preceding quote in italics by a US State Department spokesman].

“This is a man charged with having directly and personally killed many innocent people, not a politician who allegedly allowed things to happen by default.

The scandal of this particular case has yet to break, but suffice it to say that Albanian mafia linked to the KLA have worked through former US Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke — a close associate of the KLA and a beneficiary of its support — to approach the US President of the International Criminal Tribunal on the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Theodore Meron, to see Haradinaj released.[4]

There are reports from within the ICTY that the State Department would approve the release of Haradinaj, and had, in fact, agreed with Haradinaj in advance of his surrender to the ICTY, that a deal would be struck to ensure that he did not serve prison time for the charges he faced.”

4] Meron, a professor of law at New York University, was a member of the US official delegation to the Rome talks in 1998, at which the establishment of the International Criminal Court (ICC) was discussed. At that conference, he reflected the US line, which was in complete opposition to the foundation of the ICC, but subsequently accepted to be President of the ICC’s subsidiary court, the ICTY.

[end quote here]

http://4international.wordpress.com/2008/04/05/usnato-owned-hague-icty-kangaroo-court-frees-kla-mass-murderer-ramush-haradinaj/

http://www.macedoniansincanada.com/Grecory%20R.%20Copley.htm





Richard Holbrooke and Wesley Kanne Clark are both seen cavorting with Albanian KLA MAfia gangsters in this John Kerry fund-raiser back in 2003. This footage is from a 2005 Dutch documentary film "The Brooklyn Connection" on the Albanian-American gun-smuggling gangster, Florin Krasniqi - who with the backing of Holbrooke and Clark - was able to smuggle weapons into Kosovo to be used by the Albanian Muslim Nazi KLA terrorists.





Conservative Jewish columnist, Julia Gorin, wrote an article back in 2005 about the Dutch documentary in the Jewish World Review:


"The Brooklyn Connection" is damning, demonstrating just how seriously our 1999 blunder continues to backfire, as the film follows Krasniqi's life: at home in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, with his wife and three kids; at the gun store buying a .50-caliber rifle; at an army surplus store buying fatigues and holsters; at the airport checking in his firearm; and at a 2003 John Kerry fundraiser writing out thousand-dollar checks.


"With money, you can do amazing things in this country," Krasniqi rhapsodizes. "Senators and congressmen are looking for donations, and if you raise the money they need for their campaigns, they pay you back."


At the event, we see Krasniqi greeting Wesley Clark. "Mr. Clark, this is your group, your KLA," Krasniqi says, introducing the former NATO commander to six or so fellow KLA fighters whom Krasniqi helped resettle in the U.S. Krasniqi himself was smuggled into the country across the Mexican border in the trunk of a car.


"United Nations doesn't know what we are capable of," Krasniqi warns. "If we were capable of getting NATO to help us, I think we are capable of throwing the UN out of there also. And we will throw the UN out if we have to."


The intermittent gunfights between Albanians and NATO (KFOR) troops over the past six years since that American "victory" on behalf of the enemy can attest to that, as can a Kosovo charity that was raising funds for Osama bin Laden. Then there's the KLA member whose application was found at an al Qaeda recruitment office in Afghanistan: "I have Kosovo Liberation Army combat experience against Serb and American forces...I recommend [suicide] operations against [amusement] parks like Disney."


http://www.jewishworldreview.com/julia/gorin071805.php3

http://thebrooklynconnection.net/content.php?section=people



Typical Holbrooke.  >:(