Black operations: Markale market "massacre" the sequel
We have been notified from our official sources that a sequel to Sarajevo Markale market "massacre" is in preparation. NATO countries' public has been reluctant to accept the ground troops deployment. The air raids are not yielding any tangible results. The war can not be won from air alone, and for escalating the air strike to full deployment of ground troops a REALLY good cause is needed. Similar ideas have been toyed with for quite a while. There were rumors of "something" going on, some unspecified preparations being carried out, but no more details given, leaving everything in the realm of the usual propaganda and counter-propaganda of both sides. But latest information we gathered have more disturbing details, adding considerable weight to the rumors: "Reportedly a group of American and German pilots are training for some time now on Yugoslav made Croatian Air Force planes "galeb" and "jastreb". The planes will be painted in the FRY Air Force colours and insignia and used for bombing the ethnic Albanian refugee camps in Albania. That would be the "just" cause for ground troops intervention.
Additional facts that support this scenario are:
1. For days NATO has intensified the relocation of refugees from the border regions of Albania and Macedonia further inland.
2. The arrival of NATO airplanes into Albania and Skopje is not covered by tv reports as before (business associate in Macedonia confirmed that the number of transport airplanes arriving to Skopje has significantly increased).
3. Christian Amanpour has arrived to Albania. "
It is unclear whether Croatian Air Force has any of the "galeb" or
"jastreb" Yugoslav made planes. It is our guess that all of them were evacuated
to Yugoslavia in 1991. But, it would be easy to obtain these planes from some of the
African countries, that have purchased them when they were very popular as reliable,
low-budget jet planes. We know that several private collectors from USA have purchased
some of these planes from the Air Force Museum in Belgrade.So, we can conclude that there
are quite a few of these planes outside FR Yugoslavia, and that they can be used as
Increase in NATO transport flights to Skopje can be
explained in various ways, mainly by increase in refugee relief supplies
This message goes right after another massacre on Kosovo. NATO
airplanes bombed with 15 missiles the Albanian refugee