Arnautasi Mar 10, 2013 10:18:26 GMT -5
Post by Balkaneros on Mar 10, 2013 10:18:26 GMT -5
Yeah after Yugoslavia unfortunately invited hundreds of thousands of albs from albania. This was not the case 60 years ago when There was no dominating majority. Plus, all the culture, monuments, history of Kosovo is Serbian, nothin albanian except a bunch of old men named fatmir playing an azerbaijani instrument screaming on the top of their lungs...
Kosovo was never Albanian, this seems to be the point of the thread. Just open your eyes for a moment and stop pretending to know Balkan history cause one fundamental aspects of what "occurred" is the systematic cleansing of Serbs from Kosovo throughout time. The albanians owe it all to Tito, in fact he's done more for the albs than any modern day alb himself.
"Perhaps one of the most significant examples of Tito's ethnic manipulation was the political and territorial weakening of Serbs in Kosovo, their ancient cultural heartland. After tens of thousands of Kosovo Serbs were driven out during WWII and Albanian families moved in to take over Serbian homes and property, Tito intensified the problem by refusing to allow Serbs to return and reclaim their homes."
Serbian-Albanian relations were likewise seriously affected by World War II. Albania was another state neighboring Yugoslavia that was allied with Hitler. Italy's fascists forces moved in to help Albania occupy Serbia's southern province. Although Kosovo was populated by a Serbian majority prior to World War II, after the Albanian occupation of Kosovo from 1941 to 1945, up to 200,000 Kosovo Serbs were driven out, while Albanian families moved into Serbian homes and property.
-War of Words: Washington Tackles the Yugoslav Conflict
This was no secret during the time everybody knew about this throughout Yugoslavia, you were always seen as squatters in Kosovo.