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American created Kosovo is completely collapsing, mass exodus underway


During the Clinton administration, the United States bombed Serbia on behalf of illegal aliens from Albania living in Kosovo. The Albanian population in Kosovo is mostly Muslim and they were being backed by foreign Jihadists, including members of al-Qaeda.

The US took the Serbian province of Kosovo and turned it into an independent Muslim nation. Massive pressure was applied by the US to get European nations to recognize Kosovo. Spain, Greece, and several Eastern European nations refused.

Now there is a mass exodus of Muslims from Kosovo. Many are now illegally living in countries like Hungary and Austria. Since last summer an estimated 150k Kosovars, mostly Albanian Muslims, have left Kosovo. That is 8% of the entire population. The exodus is surging on. The illegal aliens are flooding across Serbia, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, and Germany.

Just as Kosovo was an importer of foreign Jihadists during it’s fight against Christian Serbia, it is now an exporter of Jihadists. Kosovo was one of the first places in Europe to see large numbers of Muslims leaving to fight for ISIS. In fact, Albanian is one of six languages that ISIS publishes information in.

From Refugee Resettlement Watch…

An Austrian politician, named Johann Gudenus, says the U.S. needs to accept responsibility for the influx (here).

“Now it is clear that Kosovo’s secession from Serbia, as well as its hasty recognition as an independent state, was a mistake. The current wave of refugees confirms that Kosovo cannot endure as a state,” Gudenus said.

He recalled that the creation of “the state of Kosovo” was the wish of the United States, adding that international law was not respected during the process of gaining independence because there was no referendum, and that is why the U.S. must take responsibility.

He also said that Austria’s reception capacities are packed, adding that if the country continues to accept economic refugees, “it will not be able to accept those who need protection.”

Gudenus said it is also necessary to ask why there is “a striking number of Muslims” among immigrants in Austria lately, and named Chechens, Afghans, “Kosovars,” and others.