By Ditmir Bushati
Nothing is true, everything is possible!
This is the title of one of the most widely read books of our time, written by Peter Pomerantsev, which explains the elimination of truth by so-called “political technologists” in the service of their masters. The book shows how political technologists, in the service of the latter and the predatory oligarchs combined in unison, are paid to create a false reality.
The same story is happening in Kosovo since the Special Court for the alleged crimes appeared on the horizon. Encouraged by the principle “the personal destiny of the masters over the destiny of the people”, political technologists set out to explain the “big plans”, both in state offices and in television studios with maps in their hands. In some cases speaking on behalf of Kosovo’s strategic allies with their characteristic ignorance, and in other cases speaking with nostalgia on behalf of Serbia. With a chilling ignorance, as if it is being talked about the quality of Serbian flour imported to Albania, or the need to transfer to Albania the Kosovo experience in vehicle homologation, and not about the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Kosovo!
During the years of designing the “new” reality in Kosovo, governments have collapsed, lobbyists have been paid to bring dusty topics to Serbia’s archives to the negotiating table and the media, but the problems have only deepened. Meanwhile, the citizenship project is at a standstill and the governing project, which received widespread popular support on October 6, 2019, has been undermined.
We are now entering the final phase where a reality is projected according to which the grand plans of amnesty for Serbia’s crimes in Kosovo, the dissolution of the Special Court and a territorial fragmentation in northern Kosovo must be turned into a “historic agreement”.
An Albanian-speaking minority is turning Kosovo’s state project from the principle of equality of sovereign nations, which implies first of all Serbia’s reciprocity and good neighborliness and state responsibility for crimes committed in Kosovo, to amnesty for crimes committed by it ( war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, torture, slavery, etc., which according to international law, have gained the status of jus cogens norm, which is the highest category of rules in the hierarchy of international law. These norms are not prescribed or derogated by no bilateral agreement or international treaty. On the contrary jus cogens norms create erga omnes obligation for states).
From the belief that international justice should uncover any accusation of alleged crimes in Kosovo, by not tarnishing at all the fair liberation war of the Kosovo Liberation Army sons, by establishing equality in crime between Serbia and Kosovo and their amnesty.
From a final agreement based on rights and opens the perspective for the process of reconciliation and EU membership of Kosovo and Serbia, in a territorial fragmentation that enjoys neither the support of the people nor of the strategic allies of the Albanian people.
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