NATO peacekeepers and police separated thousands of ethnic Albanians and Serbs in the divided Kosovo town of Mitrovica on Sunday during the worst ethnic unrest since the country's independence two years ago.
Ethnic Albanians were protesting against Serb local elections, backed by Belgrade, in the northern part of the country where Kosovo's central government has no authority.
Kosovo, a former Serbian region with a mainly ethnic Albanian population of 2 million, declared independence in 2008 but is not recognised by Belgrade.
Fortunately, this can't happen here. Thanks to American Exceptionalism™ the laws of human nature do not apply in America. In a proposition nation founded on equality, a change in demographics could never change the political climate.
Except in Aztlan (formerly known as Arizona), as we saw in the pro-amnesty protests this weekend: