Serb reaction to my European Voice letter

Dragi prijatelji,

kao sto smo i ocekivali, Medjunarodna krizna grupa (MKG – ICG) je reagovala na analizu koju smo Jan Oberg i ja objavili u “European Voice”-u pod nazivom “Kosovo’s independence, the wrong solution for Europe” (kao rezime serijala “The Kosovo Solution Series”). U najnovijem broju “European Voice”-a, odgovara nam niko drugi do “big boss” Nicholas Whyte, sef MKG za Evropu.

Saljem vam ovom prilikom njegov odgovor koji je toliko isprazan da se covek pita zasto Albanci placaju tolike pare ovako jadnoj argumentaciji.

Za nas reakcija Whyte-a i MKG znaci dve stvari:

1) Nasa analiza ih je pogodila, pogotovu smo smo “udarili” usred Brisela, neocekivano i snazno. Oni nisu na to navikli – do sada su “nasi” samo reagovali, najcesce mlako i povrsno. Nikada nismo bili u ofanzivi i to je uspanicilo MKG.

2) Iz odgovora se vidi koliko je argumentacija MKG i pro-albanskog lobija tanka, prakticno nikakva. Oni idu na buku i diskvalifikaciju. Argumente nemaju.

Imajuci ovo u vidu, prosto je neverovatno da se u Beogradu i dalje cuti, ceka.

Bez koordinisanog rada, medijske i lobi ofanzive, nemamo sanse. Sa tom ofanzivom, sanse su vise nego dobre.

Cega se plasimo?

Pozdrav,
Sasa

P.S. Na kraju Whyte-ovom odgovora, “big boss” indirektno najavljuje uplitanje Sandzaka i “Presevske doline” u pitanje statusa Kosova. Cilj je naravno jos jedno upozorenje Beogradu i uterivanje straha Srbima. Dan nakon sto sam video Whyte-ovu reakciju na nas clanak, procitao sam da je u Srbiji (valjda Novom Pazaru) njegov izaslanik/ “uterivac straha” James Lyon predstavio specijalni izvestaj MKG o Sandzaku…

Dear friends,

As we expected, ICG has reacted to the analysis that Jan Oberg and myself have made public in the “European Voice” under the title of ” Kosovo’s independence, the wrong solution for Europe”. In the newest edition of the European voice, there is an answer from the “big boss”, Nicholas Whyte, the director of the ICG Europe.

I take this opportunity to send you his answer which has no substance that we wonder why the Albanians pay so much money to such a bad argumentation.

To us, the reaction of N. Whyte and ICG means two things:

1, Our analysis has had a lot of effect on them; we “hit” hard and unexpectedly in the middle of Brussels. They are not used to it, because until know “our people” have reacted smoothly and superficially. We have never undertaken an offensive and that is what panicked ICG.

2, From the answer, one can see that the argumentation of ICG and the pro-Albanian thin thank is basically very bad. They do not have arguments, they only want to make noise.

Having this in mind, it is hardly comprehensive why people in Belgrade still wait.

With a lack of coordinated work, no media and no lobby offensive we have no chance. But with that offensive, our chances would raise.

What are we afraid of?

Best wishes,

Sasa

P.S. At the end of N. Whyte’s answer, the “big boss” indirectly takes into account the Sandzak and Presevo valley in the Kosovo’s question. The aim is obviously to give another warning to Belgrade and scare the Serbs. The day after I saw Whyte’s reaction to our article, I have read that in Serbia (in Novi Pazar I think) his “protégé” or “the man who wants to frighten”, James Lyon, introduced the newest ICG report about Sandzak…

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  1. He is my local mp and I really like him. He writes us hand written letters every year about how things are and he underlines the important bits, and scribbles out the bits he got wrong. That is the bit I like most. And his expenses when there was the scandal were all (more or less) milk and biscuits.

    I like Susan Kramer as well, though, from what I know of her. I’d probably support her if it was anything to do with me, just because I think it’s really important that the lib dems notice that they have some great women in their party and encourage more of that sort of thing.

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