Funny propaganda video

A wonderful propaganda video. Some Albanians think it is funny, but I do not think they intended this video to be funny...

A wonderful propaganda video. Some Albanians think it is funny, but I do not think they intended this video to be funny…

A friend told me about a video he thought was funny about Albanians thanking USA for the war against Yugoslavia. I’d say tragicomic…. But hang on, I will also share a happy video from Kosovska Mitrovica 🙂

But first to this video glorifying the UCK and the United States “peacekeeping” around the world.

Here are the lyrics:

Chorus: Thank you USA, you are my best friend, you are the peacekeeper, you are the legend.

Thank you USA, stopping genocide, helping small Kosova, stopping the wrong fight

In 1999, helping in Kosova, two men shaking hands, Clinton and Rugova.

This work that we do, the way we thank you, this song that we sing, memories will bring

In so many countries, you are keeping peace, you are the lifesaver, you are the pain release

Please be logged onto your Google account if you watch this video, so that you can give it a thumbs down 🙂

Watch Oliver Stone's Oliver Stone's Untold History Of The United States. Click on the picture.

Watch Oliver Stone’s Oliver Stone’s Untold History Of The United States. Click on the picture. Click on the picture.

I think our friend Armend Miftari would have benefited greatly from watching Oliver Stone’s series Untold History of the United States. For those who think the United States have really been a peacekeeper, Stone gives valuable perspectives of US policies after World War II. You can watch the series on watchseries-online.eu.

 

But now for the good news! Spend four minutes to be happy about this video from Kosovska Mitrovica, Serbia 🙂

PS: Sitting here in the middle of the night, I am also happy that my good friend Sergey Belous is with me. He says I should also put the link of how Croatians wanted to thank Germany for the early recognition of Croatia and Slovenia so that there would be no more Yugoslavia. The first video was inspired by Sanja Trumbić’s Danke Deutschland.