Thursday, March 20, 2008

USA Authorizes Military Aid to Wahhabist Gangster State

No, that’s not the headline that went with this news story. But it might as well have been.

From ANSAmed:

Kosovo: USA, Bush Authorises Military Aid

The President of the United States, George W. Bush, signed yesterday a document which authorises military assistance to Kosovo.

The document includes Kosovo, which proclaimed in February its independence from Serbia, in the list of countries which are authorised to receive military assistance “with the purpose to strengthen the security of the United States and favour world peace”. The United Sates were among the first countries to recognise Kosovo after its proclamation of independence from Serbia, on February 17.

Bush’s initiative, according to a declaration issued by the White House, aims at strengthening the relation between the USA and Kosovo in the sector of security, at favouring stability in the Balkans and improving the capacity of Kosovo to fight terrorism, take part in peacekeeping activities and face humanitarian emergencies.
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The signature of the document by Bush does not imply the automatic dispatch of military assistance to Kosovo. The White House remarked today, while announcing the decision of the U.S. President, that the possible “supply of defence or service means will be considered according to each individual case” and that “each request will be examined to ensure that it contains all the necessary legal requirements in force at the moment of the sale or the supply” of the military aid. (ANSAmed).

Strengthen the security of the United States… Favor world peace… Stability in the Balkans…

These goals will not be attained by sending military aid to Kosovo. Such aid will have the opposite effect.

The United States (and Europe) will become less secure.

World peace, that elusive chimaera, will recede even further from us.

And the Balkans will become even more unstable.

Has the entire foreign policy establishment in my country gone insane?

Hat tip: insubria.


Unknown said...

Yes, they have gone insane...they believe that if they curry favor, they will be able to 'negotiate'--fools.

"Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued." -- Qur'an 9:29

my country, the USA, is making this possible in a traditionally Christain is insanity.

Unknown said...

There is always bright side of life.

Think big:

"Strengthen the security of the United States" ==> the further the conflict tkes place from USA, the better for USA

"Favor world peace" ==> peace by means that everyone is armed. I doubt if EU will long enough hold the ewapons ban as result of such situation. Alerady now hundreds of weapons are streaming from Balkans to Scandinavia, and landing in hands of criminal gangs. The non-criminals, apart impotent police, or self-defence, have no chance. However, social-marxist-lunatic governments still deny this fact. On the expence of citizens killed in uneven fights.

"Stability in the Balkans" ==> Russia inevitably will send arms to Serbians. So better have both sides armed.

Unknown said...

And post scriptum: I do not see problem in delivering arms to wide masses of people.

Fear of modern arms reminds me somewhat the fear and hate of the islamists towards the modern world and its freedoms. Either you (accept it, learn it and take initiative over it =) master it - or (don't recignize, don't understand = are afraid of it =) hate it.

Reality and facts show that in Denmark, Sweden police is dealing with papers more time than with criminals. And because of mild laws, unable to contain them.
Government will rather rule over feared cattle than citizens with opinion and capabilities to take initiative. Otherwise, the government itself would be removed as incompetent, after decades of lies and social experiments.

no2liberals said...

I don't get it, unless there is info available to the government that justifies this action.

the doctor said...

I sincerely hope that the U.S. does not send any troops to Kosovo , the sight of Serbian and Russian troops kicking their buts will not go down well back home .These boys are definitely NOT towelheads , and will not be a push over .

Afonso Henriques said...

We should be less egocentrics, stop looking at the good life the Danes have, leaving Paris alone and looking what is happening in the South East of Europe.

As we speak, Macedonia is burning and the news simply don't flow, at least to where I am. I suppose the rest of Europe is in the darkness, much more in America...

As we speak, the muslims in Macedonia have made a government fall!!! What may be happening in France in twenty to thirty years is happening in Macedonia right now!!!

Please, help Macedonia, spread the word!

I R A Darth Aggie said...

Has the entire foreign policy establishment in my country gone insane?

You proceed from a false presumption: that the foreign policy establishment was ever sane, at least in our lifetime. I am unaware of any such sanity in my 45 years of life, even if you take into consideration that for the first 10 or so I had bigger fish to fry than the State Department.

Joanne said...

Sometimes the U.S. leaders have their heads up their orfices, which means they'll have sh*t up to their eyeballs - not a pretty sight.