Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Palestinians Invoke Kosovo's Unilateral Statehood Model

It seems Kosovo was really the test run for the Middle East Conflict!


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And the idea of a "Kosovo"-Strategy is cited to have come from Javier Solana!

"The Palestinian leadership did not adopt the unilateral "Kosovo strategy" ex nihilo. Leading members of the European Union encouraged the Palestinians to move in this direction. PA chief negotiator Saeb Erekat credited former EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana with engineering the idea. In July 2009, Solana told a British forum that after a fixed deadline, the UN Security Council should unilaterally recognize a Palestinian state along the 1967 lines. Palestinian unilateralism also received a boost in early December 2009 when Sweden, in the final thirty days of its rotating EU presidency, proposed that EU foreign ministers back its draft proposal recognizing East Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state, thus implying EU acceptance of a unilateral Palestinian declaration of statehood."

see also end of article here:

"Erekat: PA May Declare State via UN," Ynet News, November 14, 2009,


This fits also to what Dr. Dennis Cuddy PhD had written also in 2007 in his article

"Solana & the larger plan"

"...on January 13, 1993, Senator Joe Biden had remarked: “The new administration faces two overarching imperatives. . . to foster the creation of a new world order. . . converting NATO into a military instrument for peacekeeping under UN or CSCE auspices.”

This was part of the power elite’s larger plan, but a pretext for NATO involvement in the Balkans had to be used. It was created in 1992 when the Carnegie Endowment report “Changing Our Ways: America’s Role in the New World” (by Madeleine Albright, David Gergen, Admiral William Crowe, etc.) called for “a new principle of international relations: the destruction or displacement of groups of people within states can justify international intervention.” The same year, another Carnegie publication, “Self-Determination in the New World Order,” called for military intervention “when a self-determination claim triggers an armed conflict that becomes a humanitarian crisis. . . redefining the principle of noninterference in the internal affairs of states.”

These two reports together virtually invited the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) to revolt against Milosevic. The Yugoslav leader’s military response to the revolt led to NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in March 1999. However, Canadian Ambassador to Yugoslavia James Bissett in “We Created A Monster” (Toronto Globe and Mail, July 31, 2001) revealed that “long before the bombing, NATO countries were inciting violence in Kosovo and attempting to destabilize the Serbian province. . . . Media reports have revealed that as early as 1998, the Central Intelligence Agency, assisted by British Special Armed Forces, were arming and training Kosovo Liberation Army members in Albania to foment armed rebellion in Kosovo. The KLA terrorists were sent back into Kosovo to assassinate Serbian mayors, ambush Serbian policemen, and do everything possible to incite murder and chaos. . . . . After bombing Yugoslavia into submission, NATO then stood by and submissively allowed the KLA to murder, pillage, and burn.”

Javier Solana, formerly a physics instructor in Virginia, had become the political head of NATO as part of the power elite’s larger plan. He had been supported for this position by Rhodes scholars Bill Clinton, Strobe Talbott, and U.S. Ambassador to Spain Richard Gardner, who had written in the CFR’s Foreign Affairs (April 1974) about the desirability of “an end run around national sovereignty, eroding it piece-by-piece.” Not long after Solana became political head of NATO, Rhodes Scholar General Wesley Clark was the military head of NATO from 1997 to 2000. This was during the time when NATO began bombing Yugoslav Serbians on March 24, 1999.

And who were NATO’s allies in Kosovo? They were often radical Muslims supported by Osama bin Laden. Later, Solana would visit Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert shortly before the latter’s final push against Hezbollah in Lebanon. Solana probably told him that European investments and loans in and to Israel would dry up unless Olmert backed off, which Olmert did. Why was this? Solana, an agent of the power elite, was enforcing their larger plan of a Middle East regional economic arrangement via a dialectical process of synthesizing Israeli and Arab (Jewish and Muslim) interests. This, then, could be linked to the Mediterranean regional arrangement, which would be linked to the EU, which would be linked to the US via the Transatlantic Alliance, which would be linked to NAFTA, etc. Whether with Israel or other nations, the power elite uses facilitators (e.g., Solana) employing the Delphi Technique to identify, isolate, and ostracize recalcitrants who object to the synthesizing (compromising) process.

Confirming the power elite’s plan was Zbigniew Brzezinski at Mikhail Gorbachev’s first State of the World Forum in San Francisco in 1995 when he explained: “We cannot leap into world government through one quick step. . . . The precondition for eventual and genuine globalization is progressive regionalization because by that we move toward larger, more stable, more cooperative units.”


stay tuned!


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