Twenty-one year-old Albanian born and raised in Germany carries out revenge attack on…No wait…on Americans?
But I thought it was something the Serbs were doing that made Albanians violent. I mean, isn’t it something Israel is doing that makes Palestinians violent? And Macedonians make Macedonian-Albanians violent. No?
Well then this must be because of the “Kosovars’” frustration over the slow pace of getting their independence. No wait! — we just celebrated the third year of that independence. This is so confusing!
Keep on, US Gov. Keep on.
The gunman, believed to be from Kosovo, opened fire on a bus containing US airmen in front of Terminal 2. The bus driver and a passenger were killed and two others were seriously injured.
Police said it appeared an argument had broken out on board the bus before the suspect opened fire. The dead soldier was found outside the bus, which had a US government licence plate marked “AF”, for air force.
What our soldiers have not been briefed on about Our Friends the Albanians — andby design — and what they still don’t know about Our Friends the Albanians is that they kill easily. You’re not supposed to argue with them. Because this is how Albanian males tend to end arguments. Even in church. In fact, as the recent Council of Europe report made abundantly clear, that’s the rule that’s been guiding our entire Kosovo policy meeting maximalist Albanian demands: Don’t argue. As I’ve tried to explain before, the violence of Islam is a redundancy for Albanianism.
The two injured had been shot in the head and chest, police said. The gunman fled from the scene and a suspect was arrested inside the terminal shortly afterwards.
Police would not give out any information on the suspect, but Kosovo said he was one of its citizens.
Kosovo’s interior minister, Bajram Rexhepi, said German police had identified the suspect as 21-year-old Ari[d] Uka, from the northern town of Mitrovica.

Patrick Meehan, a member of the US homeland security committee, said it looked like a terrorist attack.
Note the mention of his town of origin: Mitrovica. That’s the place that’s divided into North and South, with the only relatively safe place for a Serb being in the North. That northern part of Mitrovica is what U.S.-led NATO is trying to bring under the governance of folks like Arid Uka. And the only thing the U.S. government wants Mitrovica to be known for is Serbian lawlessness! So much for that. The fact that way too many Americans just learned the word Mitrovica is sure gonna make it harder to sneak a U.S.-led NATO military operation there later this year to force Christian-Serb capitulation to the ‘non-Muslimy’, ‘non-terrorist’ Albanians.
…U.S. President Barack Obama told reporters, saying he was “saddened and outraged” by the attack. “We will spare no effort in learning how this outrageous attack took place,” he said, adding that the United States is working with German authorities.
“Learning how this outrageous attack took place”? I’ve been trying to educate you on how, Mr. President(s): It took place via March 24, 1999 and the continuing, consistent, worldwide impunity and political protection for Albanians as we insist, against all evidence, that they’re the good guys. Pretty effective camouflage, if you ask me. So now the U.S. and Germany are working together to straighten this ‘incident’ out — how ironic. The two chief architects of resurrecting the Third Reich in the Balkans, via Albanian-terrorist proxies who were Hitler’s erstwhile proxies, have been targeted together in an event that is rather symbolic of the U.S.-German marriage that helped make it happen. Or did these two “great powers” envision their pro-terror, pro-Nazi partnership in the Balkans leading to a different sort of outcome? Too bad that, as usual, our soldiers’ blood pays for the sins of the fathers of these policies. And of course those policymakers really care. You can tell by the fact that their policy has changed course [NOT!] since the last time Americans were hurt by it.
“We don’t have all the information yet, and you will be fully briefed when we get more information, but this is a stark reminder of the extraordinary sacrifices that our men and women in uniform are making all around the world to keep us safe…” Obama said.
While you endanger them with your pro-terror policies in the Balkans.
…They were U.S. Air Force airmen from Lakenheath base in the United Kingdom, said the official, emphasizing the information was preliminary.
Two others are wounded, said the source, who was not authorized to speak publicly about the incident. They were security forces on their way to a deployment, the source said, without saying specifically where they were heading.

Police said they believe the suspect stormed onto the bus as it was waiting at the terminal and began shooting.
…”We don’t know the details but I would like to say how upset I am,” [German Chancellor Angela Merkel said.] She expressed her condolences to the soldiers’ families and stressed that Germany will “do everything we can to try and find out quickly what happened.”
Philip Murphy, U.S. ambassador to Germany, said in a statement he was “grateful for the assistance provided by German government officials in protecting U.S. servicemen and women, and in investigating this terrible act. In difficult times, Germans and Americans support each other.”
No, they support each other to create difficult times.
As police investigated, the scene was covered with sheets, journalist Marc Kohlbecher told CNN. The body of the bus driver remained in the bus, while the other body was in front of the bus, he said.
The U.S. military base at Ramstein in Germany regularly runs shuttles to Frankfurt for commercial flights.

Authorities will be investigating the suspect’s background and associates, likely subpoenaing telephone and e-mail records, Fuentes said.
His background is Albanian. His associates are the same as the U.S. Government’s. There. I finished the investigation.
And in the UK Telegraph report below we have a unique case of a reporter identifying the attacker as Muslim. Wherefore such insolent editorializing?
Ari[d] Uka, a 21-year-old Muslim Kosovar citizen from the northern town of Mitrovica, was arrested after the shooting in a public lane outside the busy airport’s Terminal 2. He was reportedly armed with an automatic weapon and a knife.

During Kosovo’s war for independence from the former Yugoslavia in the late 1990s there were reported links between Osama bin Laden and the now disbanded Kosovo Liberation Army, which had the support of Western powers. The territory’s subsequent declaration of independence in 2008 was wholeheartedly endorsed by the United States, which has had troops in Kosovo since 1999.
What? What’s this? Did you catch that? Someone is bringing up the OBL connection to Albanians? I haven’t seen this reference in the MSM in over a decade! Who dares it? It wasn’t mentioned in the wake of the four Albanians plotting the Ft. Dix massacre, nor when the murder-for-organs story broke, nor in any of the Albanian-involved terror plots in the intervening years. But here — a mainstream journalist, no less — someone is finally venturing to taint the entire, wider, ‘righteous’ Albanian cause — which even murder-for-organs story wasn’t permitted to do — with this ‘isolated incident’? Racism! The mainstream journalist even makes a connection to — what? — Yugoslavia?
Two shot dead as ‘Kosovan’ gunman opens fire on bus picking up American soldiers from Frankfurt Airport — “Two American airmen were shot dead and another left fighting for his life today after a Kosovo Albanian gunman stormed their bus before opening fire at Germany’s busiest airport.”
WHAT? Did someone say ALBANIAN? “Kosovars” are actually Albanian? What?!
Some media reports said the gunman identified as Ari[d] Uka, 21, shouted out ‘Islamic slogans’ before opening fire.
He gunned down his first victim as the soldier stood in front of the vehicle at Terminal 2 before turning his weapon on the driver as he sat behind the wheel.
A fourth man was lightly injured and both he and the gravely wounded man are now being treated at the city’s University Clinic Hospital.
The airport, continental Europe’s second biggest after Paris, is routinely used by American soldiers based in Germany for arrivals and departures.

Eyewitnesses said the man ‘infiltrated’ himself among the GIs before shouting out radical Islamic slogans and then reaching into a bag for his gun.

‘This is a devastating and a tragic event,’ Rexhepi said. ‘We are trying to find out was this something that was organised or what was the nature of the attack.’
It was organized at something called the Rambouillet Conference in February-March 1999.
Although the motives for the attack are still unclear, many Kosovans are Muslims, raising the suspicion that Islamic extremism may have been a factor behind the attack.
WHAT??!!! Islamic extremism is a factor in KOSOVO?! Non-Muslimy Kosovo?!
The incident even made it onto my local news! Local news that not only uttered the word “Kosovo,” but also reported — as did the NY Times and others — that the shooter shouted “Allah Akbar” before firing. That doesn’t sound like Albanian!
Even USA Today let the cat out of the bag:
Family members in Kosovo described the suspect as a devout Muslim, who was born and raised in Germany and worked at the airport. The attacker got into an argument with airmen outside their military bus before opening fire…
In the past, Western intelligence reports have said the region could be an ideal recruitment ground for the so-called “white al-Qaeda” — Muslims with Western features who could easily blend into European or U.S. cities and execute terrorist attacks.
In Mitrovica, family members said the suspect’s name was spelled “Arid” not “Arif,” saying that he was born and educated in Germany where his family moved some 40 years ago.
Uncle Rexhep Uka said the suspect’s grandfather was a religious leader at a mosque in a village near Mitrovica.
Well then, 40 years ago his family must have suffered such tremendous horrors at the hands of Serbs, that the grievance seeped into the family’s genes and compelled this son to avenge it. (See the Blame-the-Serbs defense.)
Working at the airport, no less. What was that “Albanians only” help-wanted ad by Camp Bondsteel about — because of a concern over Serbian “infiltration“?
Hey, EU, keep whining about the delay in granting Kosovo visa-free travel throughout Europe.
“Citizens of Kosovo are now the only ones in the Western Balkans who need a visa to travel to the EU,” complained European Parliament Rapporteur for Kosovo Ulrike Lunacek in January, blaming EU interior ministers (police) for not liberalizing visa requirements for Kosovo.
“Just give them the benefit of the doubt that they might not be that bad,” saidEngjellushe Morina, executive director of the Kosovo Stability Initiative, last month. Indeed. What’s the worst that could happen?
He blamed a lack of political will in the EU. “Kosovo has moved on in the past 10 years, half of the population is young.”
It certainly has moved on! Right on to Europe. Just ask the Air Force bus driver in Frankfurt. No, wait… As for half the population being young, I believe that’s called a profile. (The shooter, for example, was 21.)