Η ΣΦΑΓΕΑΣ ΤΩΝ ΒΑΛΚΑΝΙΩΝ, ΩΛΜΠΡΑΪΤ ΙΣΧΥΡΙΣΤΗΚΕ ΣΤΗΝ ΣΚΟΠΙΑΝΗ ΤΗΛΕΟΡΑΣΗ ΟΤΙ ΠΙΣΩ ΑΠΟ ΤΗΝ ΣΦΑΓΗ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΚΟΣΟΒΑΡΟΙ Ή …ΕΛΛΗΝΕΣ!
Με άθλιες συκοφαντίες επιχειρεί να μπλέξει την Ελλάδα στο ολέθριο σχέδιο διαμελισμού των Βαλκανίων, ενώ οι αλβανόφωνοι τρομοκράτες έχουν ήδη συλληφθεί!
Η ΚΥΒΕΡΝΗΣΗ ΟΦΕΙΛΕΙ ΝΑ ΚΑΤΑΚΕΡΑΥΝΩΣΕΙ ΤΩΡΑ ΑΥΤΟ ΤΟ ΠΑΡΑΝΟΪΚΟ ΣΑΛΠΙΣΜΑ ΜΙΣΟΥΣ ΚΑΙ ΡΑΤΣΙΣΜΟΥ, που ειναι σαφές γιατί γίνεται. Θυμηθείτε τι έκαναν αυτή και η Κλίντον στον Σερβικό λαό…
Madeleine Albright: Either Kosovo Albanians or Greeks are Behind the Confrontation in Kumanovo
Madeleine Albright, former Secretary of State of USA (1997-2001) and the first woman to hold that position, during Bill Clinton’s administration, acting in capacity of professor of international relations at Georgetown University, stated her opinion on the name issue of FYROM as well about recent events in Kumanovo. Albright characterized the name problem, i.e. implicitly the Greek position is “one of the craziest debates of all times”.
In a video segment from the morning news of FYROM’s public TV house, MRT, Albright stated that within the American
She concluded her explanation with a conclusion that the name issue is not a priority now, in light of the security crisis in FYROM.
I could never understand the madness about the issue with the name, but today we all call the state “Macedonia”, said the former American Secretary of State Madeline Albright, revealing details from 20 years ago, when she was an American Ambassador in the United Nations.
The question was where alphabetically "Macedonia" [sic] shall be placed, was it suppose to be under “l”, because it is close to “m”, as in “Macedonia” or in “f’ like in “former”. Seriously, this debate was ongoing and ongoing and it was one of the craziest debates of all times. I have no idea when the issue shall be solved, but we all call it today “Macedonia”.
After the terrorist attack in Kumanovo, "Macedonia" [sic] has a greater problem than the name issue, Albright declared.
When we read about the events from the last week, it is really upsetting. Again it is about some extremist activities and divisions in various ethnic groups. The question is whether Kosovo is involved or the Greeks. I think that the name issue is not the most important question in this moment. We don’t want to see escalation and now it is time for us to take some measures, and not when the situation becomes more difficult.