[L-I] Interviews with Leaders of REsistance to NATO in Mitrovica
Johannes.Schneider at SPAMgmx.net
Mon Aug 14 07:04:02 MDT 2000
Borba100 at aol.com wrote:
> Interviews with Nikola, a Yugoslav Prosecutor from Mitrovica and Oliver
> Ivanovic, leader of the resistance movement there (8-14-00)
> [Emperor's Clothes]
> Interview with Nikola --- a Yugoslav prosecutor August 14th, 2000 4:33AM
> Washington Time, 10:33AM Yugoslav Time
> Nikola: Yes but that's not the only thing. This [smelter plant] was the last
> one factory in Serbian hands and only one sector of the Trepca [Emperor's
> clothes: the Trepca mining concern - extremel;y valuable] concern who still
> working. All other, every other factory from Trepca concern are in Albanian
> hands and not one working.
> Konstanin: Are they also in ZInternational hands?
> Nikola: No no Internationals don't work anything. Secessionists supposed
> [laughs] must work in that factory. But as you know maybe in the South side
> all mining are under the water, and ah one factory for battery are burned
> before two months in some unknown fire. Today there has been much conflict
> and a few people are injured. British use some you know rubber, rubber
I think there is a misunderstanding here. None of factories of the
Trepca mining complex is in 'Albanian hands'. The whole complex is
controlled by the colonial UNIMIK administration and French KFOR troops.
KFOR is directly respomsible for not allowing any work going on and
letting the mines beeing flooded.
Today it should be obvious not the people living in Kosovo regardless of
nationality are the problem there, but the continued colonial occupation
by NATO forces.
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