STATEMENT ON THE HEAVENLY NATURE OF
" THE SERBIAN KOSOVO LIBERATION ARMY"
Dr. Slobodan Radojev Mitric
“God fights a war, but without bullets,
God fights a war of freedom and stars.
We fight a war, but without bullets.
Ours is a war of freedom and stars!
All we ask for is a tear, instead of water
And a breadcrumb and a breadcrumb and a breadcrumb..”.
“KOSA now means KOSOVSKA OSLOBODILACKA SRPSKA ARMIJA (Kosovo Serbian Liberation Army), although its original meaning was different (what this is, must remain top secret).
The real nature of KOSA is similar to what operates in The Netherlands [and in other countries] as a heavenly or divine army, the Salvation Army, i.e. totally devoted to achieving justice by praying [and service] to God. The [ultimate] head of KOSA is God Himself.
The Serbs possess a huge heavenly army and that is why KOSA is counting on this army that, even though for human eyes invisible, is clearly visible to those who believe in God, or in my case when God believes in me…
KOSA will do everything in its power in these times to undo the injustice that has been committed by whoever persons or parties against the Serbs.
I am simply an unimportant individual, who is only revealing that God’s people (and the Serbs are God’s people) will never abandon God.
And everything that I do, I send to the White House; thus I keep no secrets.”
Note by the translator: Amsterdam, March 12, 2008 – In order to avoid any (further) misunderstanding or worse, I hereby declare that I have never said , suggested or even insinuated in the slightest, in writing or in speech, that KOSA, the Serbian Kosovo Liberation Army, aims to pursue its ends through violent or even terrorist means. Neither was this the case when I suggested yesterday on the phone the idea to Dr. Mitric, as his advisor, that KOSA could perhaps not only publish the declaration by Dr. Marion Gras-Racic on the illegal recognition of Kosovo, as has been done on his “Serbian Internet News”, but somehow also as a paid advertisement in major newspapers. This in response to what Dr. Gras-Racic herself writes at the end of her Kosovo declaration, namely that she would in this matter “welcome civil disobedience and the greatest possible peaceful resistance by the Serbs”. To make perfectly clear to everyone concerned that the ends and means of KOSA are solely spiritual, the following explanation by Dr. Mitric is given here in an English translation from the Dutch. Words between square brackets [ …] are suggestions made by the translator. The quotation below is a short poem from a letter dated March 9, 2007 by Dr. Mitric to Nikolas Kavaya, which is slated to be published in his forthcoming book “Confessions of a Disgruntled Spy”. (RJK)