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Serbia: Kosovo has 1 trillion dollar in coal and mineral reserves

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By Milla Johanevich
Posted Nov 13, 2011 in Business
Serbia: Kosovo has 1 trillion dollar in coal and mineral reserves
The Serbian media has reported today that Kosovo has more than one trillion dollars worth of coal and minerals
According to the Serbiam media reports, this huge natural wealth will benefit American companies .
Billionaire George Soros ans Albanian Billionaire Sahit Muja from New York is leading a group of Americans to get their hands on this trillion dollars natural wealth.
George Soros's and Sahit Muja have been planning this takeover before the Kosovo war.
Some other reports have indicated that members of the U.S government, including Clinton will benefit from those natural resources.
Billionaire George Soros and his friends Albanian Billionaire Sahit Muja have been the largest monetary supporters of KLA(Kosovo Liberation Army) before the
war had started.
Bill Clinton, Billionaire George Soros and his friends Albanian Billionaire Sahit Muja , have influenced U.S and European politicians to start a war against Serbia.
There are four investors who will take over one trillion dollars of natural wealth in Kosovo.
Now is the pay day for Americans, Bill Clinton, Billionaire George Soros and Albanian Billionaire Sahit Muja from the Albanian's in Kosovo. Billionaire George Soros and Albanian Billionaire Sahit Muja will be elevated to the richest man in the world after the deal in coal and other mineral's is done.
Kosovo has one of the largest coal reserves in the world, it also has huge reserves of bauxite, copper, zinc, lead, gold, aluminum, chrome ore, magnesium and other minerals worth at least one trillion dollars.

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