Thursday, October 27, 2011

Total of 85 Countries has Recognized Kosovo as of October-2011 Half Arab Countries Balk

UN countries recognized Kosovo

Who recognized recently?


Merci Beaucoup!!!!!!

Cote d'Ivoire

Merci beaucoup!!!!!!


Thank you very much!!!!!!


Shame on the Arab countries that have not recognized Kosovo.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

The world is huge village from New York to Europe Demonstrations

When the world seemed so vast now it is shrinking it is now a huge village. This is very amazing. What is next to happen to out globe this tiny dot in the universe.
The demonstrations at the Wall Street in New York city about the injustice of wealth distribution is transfered to Italy and many cities in western Europe. Amazing, the national boundaries have been broken and we are now living in huge village.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Stanley McChrystal After 10 Years, U.S. War in Afghanistan "Halfway Done"

After 10 Years, U.S. War in Afghanistan "Halfway Done

McChrystal commanded coalition forces in the country from 2009-10. President Obama fired him after he and his aides sounded off about the commander in chief and other top U.S. officials in a now-famous Rolling Stone magazine article.

His comments on the occasion of the war’s 10th anniversary were corroborated by aid groups, who told the BBC that improvements in Afghanistan have been spotty at best. Drought, limited access to health care and schools, insecurity and corruption are some of the problems that will continue to afflict the country for the foreseeable future.

The BBC notes that U.N. figures show more than 11,000 civilians have died in Afghanistan in the past five years alone. More than 2,500 coalition troops have also been killed, most of them American.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Muslims in Bosnia ethnic Cleansed from ancestors land

All the south east corner where the Bosniacs were a majority they were all exiled from it never to return and their lands were awarded to the Serbian orthodox conquerers.

Ratko Mladic the Serbian butcher and George W H Bush Silence

A Murderous Frenzy

Croats, Kosovars and Bosnian Muslims in particular see him very differently -- as the devil incarnate. Most people in the West, too, see Mladic as the man responsible for the worst massacre of civilians in Europe since World War II. The man who laid siege to Sarajevo, where over 10,000 people died in more than three and a half years of constant fire. The Butcher of Srebrenica, whose henchmen killed over 8,000 men and boys aged between 11 and 77 in a murderous frenzy.

The accomplice of these murders is George W H Bush who called the attrocity killing a "Hick-up" and "Europe's problem".