Srdja Trifkovic sent in the following:
Take a deep breath and a large whisky.
Think you’ve seen it all? Now there is a pro-KLA musical by a former law school dean (Chicago Kent) and former Clintonite who spent a little time in Kosovo and uses his position to state that the Serbs are the “cancer” of Europe… and gets friendly reviews and a politely sympathetic article in the ABA Journal. Incredible!
“Turning romantic ideals into reality, discovering who you are in the midst of a geopolitical earthquake.” Says the trailer, referring to the “hero” of the musical, an Albanian adolescent whose name is Arian*.
Yes: Arian – or could anyone think of a better name for “romantic ideals” turned into reality the last time before March 24, 1999 by Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, when they cut Kosovo off from Serbia (Yugoslavia) to attach it to Albania, slaughtering Serbs, Jews, Roma? Heil Hitler and Allahu akbar.
*) The völkisch terrorist’s name is spelled like this by the sensitive law professor who composed the propaganda melodrama, its sound is that of the term Aryan “used in Nazism to designate a supposed master race of non-Jewish Caucasians usually having Nordic features“, and this is certainly not accidental. But of course the title of the musical is not “You took away my swastika”. It’s called “You took away my flag”.