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|description=When asked about half a million dead Iraqi children because of the sanctions she enforeced, she replied "We think the price is worth it."  
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|description=Ruthless [[politician]], acquired and beloved by everyone named [[Clinton]] in the [[1990s]]. Hero of [[Kosovo]]. Most powerful woman of all time according to [[ISGP]]'s superclass index. When asked about half a million dead [[Iraqi]] children because of the sanctions she enforced, she replied "We think the price is worth it."  
 
|political_parties=Democratic
 
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}}'''Madeleine Albright''' was a [[US Secretary of State]] and [[deep state operative]]. On 12 May 1996, she defended [[UN sanctions against Iraq]] on a ''[[60 Minutes]]'' segment in which [[Lesley Stahl]] asked her:<ref>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbIX1CP9qr4</ref><ref name=MandA>[http://books.google.com/books?id=9RnakB6HbUwC&pg=RA1-PA55&dq=%22the+price,+we+think,+the+price+is+worth+it%22 The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs]</ref>
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'''Madeleine Albright''' was the 64th [[US Secretary of State]] and a [[deep state operative]]. Albright is listed by [[ISGP]] as the most connected and powerful woman of all time<ref>https://isgp-studies.com/ngo-list-foundations-and-think-tanks-worldwide#superclass-index</ref> ahead of her close friends [[Hilary Clinton]] and [[George Soros]]. Albright was a crucial advisor to [[Bill Clinton]] for pushing for [[NATO]] intervention in the [[Kosovo war]].<ref>https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/23/politics/madeleine-albright-obituary/index.html</ref> On 12 May [[1996]], she defended [[UN sanctions against Iraq]] on a ''[[60 Minutes]]'' segment in which [[Lesley Stahl]] asked her:<ref>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbIX1CP9qr4</ref><ref name=MandA>[http://books.google.com/books?id=9RnakB6HbUwC&pg=RA1-PA55&dq=%22the+price,+we+think,+the+price+is+worth+it%22 The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs]</ref>
 
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|text='''Lesley Stahl''': We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?
 
|text='''Lesley Stahl''': We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?
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'''Madeleine Albright''': I think this is a very hard choice, but the price – we think the price is worth it.
 
'''Madeleine Albright''': I think this is a very hard choice, but the price – we think the price is worth it.
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==Career==
 
==Career==
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Albright started in [[Washington D.C]] after being recruited by [[Phi Beta Kappa]]-member and [[US senator]] Ed Muskie.
 
Albright was appointed [[US Ambassador to the United Nations]], her first diplomatic post, shortly after [[Bill Clinton]] was inaugurated.
 
Albright was appointed [[US Ambassador to the United Nations]], her first diplomatic post, shortly after [[Bill Clinton]] was inaugurated.
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==Deep politics in the UN==
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In [[1996]], Albright launched Operation Orient Express<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20160216174419/https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/boutros-boutros-ghali-un-secretary-general-who-clashed-with-us-dies-at-93/2016/02/16/8b727bb8-d4c1-11e5-be55-2cc3c1e4b76b_story.html</ref> with [[Richard Clarke]], [[Michael Sheehan]], and [[James Rubin]] to [[coup]] the U.N. and replace secretary-general [[Boutros Boutros-Ghali]], who refused the US to lend them [[UN]] help in intervening in the [[Rwandan Genocide]], even after Albright was instructed by elements in the Clinton administration to not intervene in [[Rwanda]] and back down [[Black operations]] involvement.<ref> Albright, 2003, pp. 150–151. </ref> Boutros-Ghali became a political scapegoat in the United States after a wrong [[Somalian]] military intervention, making Albright seemingly the one to go against earlier White House instructions. After the US members threatened to keep the session is deadlock indefinitely, Boutros-Ghali cancelled the contest for a second term and became the only [[UN Secretary-General]] ever to be even denied a second term. The group of 4 event went further into the night and fought a four-round veto duel with [[France]], to force them accept [[Kofi Annan]] as the next secretary-general. In his memoirs, Clarke remarked  "the entire operation had strengthened Albright's hand in the competition to be Secretary of State in the second Clinton administration".<ref>https://archive.org/details/againstallenemie00clar/page/201</ref>
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==Africa==
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Albright was a investor with [[Jacob Rothschild]], 4th Baron Rothschild, and [[George Soros]] in a $350 million investment firm named Helios Towers Africa, to buy or build thousands of mobile phone towers in Africa.<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20140326163633/http://www.heliosinvestment.com/support/uploads/1264527494251109_release.pdf</ref>
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|caption=Madeleine Albright in Prague: "Disgusting Serbs!" - With subtitles - 2012, [https://www.youtube.com/user/pratelesrbunakosovu/videos 'pratelesrbunakosovu' YT channel].<ref>Text from the [https://web.archive.org/web/20220524233755/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FaPuBUY558 video description]: On October 23rd, in Prague, Czech Republic there was a book-signing event for former U.S secretary of state Madeleine Albright's new book "Prague Winter" in the Luxor bookshop.  Several activists from the organization "Friends of Serbs in Kosovo" led by film director Vaclav Dvorak (the author of the documentary "Stolen Kosovo"), presented five posters with photographs of victims from NATO's "humanitarian bombing" campaign and politely asked Albright to sign them.  Ms. Albright was caught off guard, which was followed by the aggressive interference of the bookstore security.<br>
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The inability to face critique adequately and with dignity. This might be the right description of Albright's reaction, which followed, after the members of "Friends of Serbs in Kosovo" presented her the posters with pictures of the Kosovo telecommunications, first children's victim of the so called "humanitarian bombing"  3 years old Milica Rakić, Serbian refugees from the Croatia's Krajina and militant Muslim volunteers in the Bosnian army. "This is your work as well, madam" the activists said while asking her to sign the posters.  Madeleine Albright was noticeably disconcerted, agitated, and upset, refused to sign the posters and started yelling: "Get out", "Disgusting Serbs" and "You are war criminals" and ordered the activists to leave the Luxor bookstore.<br>
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"Madeleine Albright pushed through the bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999 by NATO aircraft without a UN mandate for her office of the foreign minister of the USA, supported the jihad in Bosnia in 1992-1995, manipulated with the facts about the Srebrenica massacre and strongly personally profited by the privatization of the telecommunications in Kosovo. She is supposed to bear the consequences of her political decisions and admit her responsibility for the bloodshed and thousands of civil victims." Explains one of the participants, Daniel Huba, why he used the personal presence of Albright in Prague and brought her the poster to sign.<br>
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After the activists presented the posters to Madeleine Albright, the bookstore security started to interference aggressively and several activists were both, verbally and physically attacked. There were expressions like "fucking Bolsheviks", which some of the members of the citizen's associations "Friends of Serbs in Kosovo", which unites many members across political parties and convictions, understands as an offence and will be asking for an apology. The Czech police are investigating if the bookstore employees broke any laws in the way they treated the activists. The members of "Friend of Serbs in Kosovo" strongly disagree with such as unprofessional approach of the bookstore Luxor security, which is very similar to the totalitarian practices of censorship and opposes the basic principles of the democratic discussion and plurality of opinions.</ref> Albright was reported to the police for this statement.<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20151223070035/http://zpravy.idnes.cz/pravni-kroky-kvuli-potycce-na-autogramiade-albrightove-pj5-/domaci.aspx?c=A121113_102523_domaci_jw</ref>
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==Kosovo==
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Albright Capital Management, was preparing to bid in the proposed privatization of Kosovo's state-owned telecom and postal company, Post and Telecom of Kosovo in 2012.<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20121026172446/http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-08-30/albright-firm-eyes-kosovos-contested-state-telecom</ref>
  
 
==Opinions==
 
==Opinions==
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*Following the failure of the Rambouillet peace talks in February 1999, several {{CCM}} outlets quoted a ''senior source'' in Madeleine Albright's US delegation as follows:<ref>[http://fair.org/press-release/what-reporters-knew-about-kosovo-talks8212but-didnt-tell/ What Reporters Knew About Kosovo Talks But Didn’t Tell] - FAIR 2 June 1999,  saved at [https://web.archive.org/web/20160719233750/http://fair.org/press-release/what-reporters-knew-about-kosovo-talks8212but-didnt-tell/ Archive.org] saved at [https://archive.md/VxfxO Archive.is]</ref>
 
*Following the failure of the Rambouillet peace talks in February 1999, several {{CCM}} outlets quoted a ''senior source'' in Madeleine Albright's US delegation as follows:<ref>[http://fair.org/press-release/what-reporters-knew-about-kosovo-talks8212but-didnt-tell/ What Reporters Knew About Kosovo Talks But Didn’t Tell] - FAIR 2 June 1999,  saved at [https://web.archive.org/web/20160719233750/http://fair.org/press-release/what-reporters-knew-about-kosovo-talks8212but-didnt-tell/ Archive.org] saved at [https://archive.md/VxfxO Archive.is]</ref>
 
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===Putin===
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|text=President Clinton and I first met [[Putin]] before that
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when he was kind of acting president at,
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this was an [[APEC]] meeting in [[New Zealand]], and at that stage Putin was trying to be
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very ingratiating and trying to make new
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friends - he was still cold - and
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the issue about him is he is very smart
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and in these meetings.
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He did not have
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talking points and he took notes himself. He also is somebody I have to describe
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this because, they actually did kind of a
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jazz concert for President Clinton and
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President Clinton's driving around and
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Putin was sitting there like this..no
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rhythm whatsoever.. and and (sic), but the thing
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that is interesting is how smart he
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really is and directed he was.
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The thing
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that I speak to more is something that
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happened before, that in 91 when the
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Soviet Union had fallen apart I was
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running a think-tank and I was asked to
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participate in a big survey of all of
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Europe after the end of the Cold War, and
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we had questionnaires and focus groups
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and things like that, and the focus group
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I'll never forget, is one outside of
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Moscow where this man stands up and says
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"I'm so embarrassed we used to be a
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superpower and now we're Bangladesh with
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missiles". And what I think happened I
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write it not so easy not so difficult to
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really deduce this, is Putin identified
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himself with that person who felt that
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the dignity and the grandeur of [[Russia]]
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had been lost and he has is bound and
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determined to restore that in every single way.
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|subjects=Vladimir Putin, Bill Clinton, Soviet Union, Russia, Cold War, Cold War 2.0. Bangladesh, Think-tank, APEC, 1991, New-Zealand
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|authors=Madeleine Albright,
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|date=2018
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|source_name=Washington Post
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|source_URL=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qvkkAIwr0s
 
}}
 
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Latest revision as of 23:53, 24 May 2022

Person.png Madeleine Albright  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Deep state actor, Propagandist)
MAlbright.jpg
BornMarie Jana Korbelová
May 15, 1937
Prague, Czechoslovakia
Died23 March 2022 (Age 84)
Washington D.C, US.
Cause of death
Cancer
Alma materWellesley College, Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University
ReligionEpiscopalian
Parents • Josef Korbel
• Anna Spieglová
Children • Alice Patterson Albright
• Anne Korbel Albright
• Katherine Medill Albright
SpouseJoseph Medill Patterson Albright
Member ofAlbright Stonebridge Group/Team, Aspen Strategy Group, Atlantic Council/Board, CIA/External Advisory Board 2009, Center for American Progress, Center for European Policy Analysis, Center for a New American Security/People, Council on Foreign Relations/Members, Eurasia Foundation/Board and Trustees, Freedom House, International Rescue Committee/Directors and Overseers, National Democratic Institute/Board and Staff, Truman Center for National Policy
PartyDemocratic
Ruthless politician, acquired and beloved by everyone named Clinton in the 1990s. Hero of Kosovo. Most powerful woman of all time according to ISGP's superclass index. When asked about half a million dead Iraqi children because of the sanctions she enforced, she replied "We think the price is worth it."

Employment.png US/Secretary of State Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
January 23, 1997 - January 20, 2001
Preceded byWarren Christopher
Succeeded byColin Powell

Employment.png United States Ambassador to the United Nations

In office
January 27, 1993 - January 21, 1997
Preceded byEdward Perkins

Madeleine Albright was the 64th US Secretary of State and a deep state operative. Albright is listed by ISGP as the most connected and powerful woman of all time[1] ahead of her close friends Hilary Clinton and George Soros. Albright was a crucial advisor to Bill Clinton for pushing for NATO intervention in the Kosovo war.[2] On 12 May 1996, she defended UN sanctions against Iraq on a 60 Minutes segment in which Lesley Stahl asked her:[3][4]

Lesley Stahl: We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?


Madeleine Albright: I think this is a very hard choice, but the price – we think the price is worth it.”
Lesley Stahl,  Madeleine Albright (12 May 1996)  [5]

Career

Albright started in Washington D.C after being recruited by Phi Beta Kappa-member and US senator Ed Muskie. Albright was appointed US Ambassador to the United Nations, her first diplomatic post, shortly after Bill Clinton was inaugurated.

Deep politics in the UN

In 1996, Albright launched Operation Orient Express[6] with Richard Clarke, Michael Sheehan, and James Rubin to coup the U.N. and replace secretary-general Boutros Boutros-Ghali, who refused the US to lend them UN help in intervening in the Rwandan Genocide, even after Albright was instructed by elements in the Clinton administration to not intervene in Rwanda and back down Black operations involvement.[7] Boutros-Ghali became a political scapegoat in the United States after a wrong Somalian military intervention, making Albright seemingly the one to go against earlier White House instructions. After the US members threatened to keep the session is deadlock indefinitely, Boutros-Ghali cancelled the contest for a second term and became the only UN Secretary-General ever to be even denied a second term. The group of 4 event went further into the night and fought a four-round veto duel with France, to force them accept Kofi Annan as the next secretary-general. In his memoirs, Clarke remarked "the entire operation had strengthened Albright's hand in the competition to be Secretary of State in the second Clinton administration".[8]

Africa

Albright was a investor with Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild, and George Soros in a $350 million investment firm named Helios Towers Africa, to buy or build thousands of mobile phone towers in Africa.[9]

Madeleine Albright in Prague: "Disgusting Serbs!" - With subtitles - 2012, 'pratelesrbunakosovu' YT channel.[10] Albright was reported to the police for this statement.[11]

Kosovo

Albright Capital Management, was preparing to bid in the proposed privatization of Kosovo's state-owned telecom and postal company, Post and Telecom of Kosovo in 2012.[12]

Opinions

“There's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other”
Madeleine Albright (2016)  [13]

  • Following the failure of the Rambouillet peace talks in February 1999, several Commercially-controlled media outlets quoted a senior source in Madeleine Albright's US delegation as follows:[14]

“We intentionally set the bar too high for the Serbs to comply. They need some bombing, and that’s what they are going to get”
Administration official (2 June 1999)  [15]

Putin

“President Clinton and I first met Putin before that

when he was kind of acting president at, this was an APEC meeting in New Zealand, and at that stage Putin was trying to be very ingratiating and trying to make new friends - he was still cold - and the issue about him is he is very smart and in these meetings.

He did not have talking points and he took notes himself. He also is somebody I have to describe this because, they actually did kind of a jazz concert for President Clinton and President Clinton's driving around and Putin was sitting there like this..no rhythm whatsoever.. and and (sic), but the thing that is interesting is how smart he really is and directed he was.

The thing that I speak to more is something that happened before, that in 91 when the Soviet Union had fallen apart I was running a think-tank and I was asked to participate in a big survey of all of Europe after the end of the Cold War, and we had questionnaires and focus groups and things like that, and the focus group I'll never forget, is one outside of Moscow where this man stands up and says "I'm so embarrassed we used to be a superpower and now we're Bangladesh with missiles". And what I think happened I write it not so easy not so difficult to really deduce this, is Putin identified himself with that person who felt that the dignity and the grandeur of Russia had been lost and he has is bound and

determined to restore that in every single way.”
Madeleine Albright (2018)  [16]


 

A Document by Madeleine Albright

TitleDocument typePublication dateSubject(s)Description
Document:Russia is a Bangladesh with missilesarticle22 April 2016Serbia
Russia
Madeleine Albright
Crimea
Yugoslavia
Insulting comments by Madeleine Albright about Vladimir Putin and Russia, responded to in kind by Eduard Limonov

 

Event Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Atlantic Storm14 January 200514 January 2005New York
US
A scenario designed to mimic a summit of transatlantic leaders forced to respond to a bioterrorist attack. Recommended militarization, vaccination and stockpiling drugs. Held January 2005.

 

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References

  1. https://isgp-studies.com/ngo-list-foundations-and-think-tanks-worldwide#superclass-index
  2. https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/23/politics/madeleine-albright-obituary/index.html
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbIX1CP9qr4
  4. The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs
  5. http://web.archive.org/web/20160305024345/http://fair.org/extra/we-think-the-price-is-worth-it/ 60 Minutes
  6. https://web.archive.org/web/20160216174419/https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/boutros-boutros-ghali-un-secretary-general-who-clashed-with-us-dies-at-93/2016/02/16/8b727bb8-d4c1-11e5-be55-2cc3c1e4b76b_story.html
  7. Albright, 2003, pp. 150–151.
  8. https://archive.org/details/againstallenemie00clar/page/201
  9. https://web.archive.org/web/20140326163633/http://www.heliosinvestment.com/support/uploads/1264527494251109_release.pdf
  10. Text from the video description: On October 23rd, in Prague, Czech Republic there was a book-signing event for former U.S secretary of state Madeleine Albright's new book "Prague Winter" in the Luxor bookshop. Several activists from the organization "Friends of Serbs in Kosovo" led by film director Vaclav Dvorak (the author of the documentary "Stolen Kosovo"), presented five posters with photographs of victims from NATO's "humanitarian bombing" campaign and politely asked Albright to sign them. Ms. Albright was caught off guard, which was followed by the aggressive interference of the bookstore security.
    The inability to face critique adequately and with dignity. This might be the right description of Albright's reaction, which followed, after the members of "Friends of Serbs in Kosovo" presented her the posters with pictures of the Kosovo telecommunications, first children's victim of the so called "humanitarian bombing" 3 years old Milica Rakić, Serbian refugees from the Croatia's Krajina and militant Muslim volunteers in the Bosnian army. "This is your work as well, madam" the activists said while asking her to sign the posters. Madeleine Albright was noticeably disconcerted, agitated, and upset, refused to sign the posters and started yelling: "Get out", "Disgusting Serbs" and "You are war criminals" and ordered the activists to leave the Luxor bookstore.
    "Madeleine Albright pushed through the bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999 by NATO aircraft without a UN mandate for her office of the foreign minister of the USA, supported the jihad in Bosnia in 1992-1995, manipulated with the facts about the Srebrenica massacre and strongly personally profited by the privatization of the telecommunications in Kosovo. She is supposed to bear the consequences of her political decisions and admit her responsibility for the bloodshed and thousands of civil victims." Explains one of the participants, Daniel Huba, why he used the personal presence of Albright in Prague and brought her the poster to sign.
    After the activists presented the posters to Madeleine Albright, the bookstore security started to interference aggressively and several activists were both, verbally and physically attacked. There were expressions like "fucking Bolsheviks", which some of the members of the citizen's associations "Friends of Serbs in Kosovo", which unites many members across political parties and convictions, understands as an offence and will be asking for an apology. The Czech police are investigating if the bookstore employees broke any laws in the way they treated the activists. The members of "Friend of Serbs in Kosovo" strongly disagree with such as unprofessional approach of the bookstore Luxor security, which is very similar to the totalitarian practices of censorship and opposes the basic principles of the democratic discussion and plurality of opinions.
  11. https://web.archive.org/web/20151223070035/http://zpravy.idnes.cz/pravni-kroky-kvuli-potycce-na-autogramiade-albrightove-pj5-/domaci.aspx?c=A121113_102523_domaci_jw
  12. https://web.archive.org/web/20121026172446/http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-08-30/albright-firm-eyes-kosovos-contested-state-telecom
  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRimyfmz0MA TeleSUR
  14. What Reporters Knew About Kosovo Talks But Didn’t Tell - FAIR 2 June 1999, saved at Archive.org saved at Archive.is
  15. https://fair.org/press-release/what-reporters-knew-about-kosovo-talks8212but-didnt-tell/ FAIR
  16. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qvkkAIwr0s Washington Post