Skip to comments.Who killed Slobodan Milosevic?
Posted on 03/17/2006 4:24:19 PM PST by Proctor
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I'd have paid a hundred dollars to watch the spetznaz rescue Milosevic.
The Russians are not that competent - probably got Slobo killed along with the UN staff.
Stay away from Netherlands. Especially if you are in retirement age! These Dutch quacks seem to be obsessed about poisons.
Besides, he (and the other 5 Serbs) are Serbian Slavs and are untermenchen anyways to these herren volk......
In a nation when doctors are now trained to kill the elderly with poisons on a routine basis provides an ideal place for a UN prison. Think about it.
In his opening statement, Milosevic alluded to some of the information he would introduce during his defense.
"In 1998 when [Clinton envoy Richard] Holbrooke visited us in Belgrade, we told him the information we had at our disposal, that in Northern Albania the KLA is being aided by Osama bin Laden, that he was arming, training, and preparing the members of this terrorist organization in Albania. However, they decided to cooperate with the KLA and indirectly, therefore, with bin Laden, although before that he had bombed the embassies in Kenya and Tanzania [and] had already declared war."
Milosevic concluded that "one day all this will have to come to light, these links."
(Not if we can prevent it, says the court at The Hague.)
If I'm ever sick in Holland, please, please get me on the train and across the border.
Question? Correct my impression if I am wrong, but wasn't Milosovic trying to purge his country of invading Muslims who were trying to claim Bosnia for Islam? If so, wasn't Clinton on the wrong side?
THE HAGUE -- Former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic, on trial for war crimes here, produced Friday an FBI document he said backed up his claim he was fighting al-Qaeda terrorists in Kosovo.
As his trial wound up its fourth week, he returned to one of his chief defenses: that he was struggling against separatists and terrorists to hold a crumbling Yugoslav republic together.
Milosevic contends the violence in the Serbian province was due to "terrorist" operations of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), which had outside support in its drive for independence.
Presiding Judge Richard May asked Milosevic where he was getting his information and the defendant waved a document he said was produced by the FBI last December documenting al-Qaeda and mujahedin activity in Kosovo.
The document was entered into evidence but no details were discussed.
The only "side" Clinton was ever on was his....
'Selling the Bosnian Myth to America: Buyer Beware'
The official investigation revealed that 2 Muslims who were veterans of the Bosnian Muslim jihad army were part of the 9/11 terrorist cell. These two were the muscle on the plane that flew into the Pentagon. You don't hear that news much though.
That is what one would think. But in reality Milosevic was a multiculturalist who wanted to please everybody.
He was forced to become a hero by NWO crowd who made him into a "monster" and scapegoat at the Hague show trial.
If he were a real nationalist, possibly Serbs in Bosnia and Croatia had their independence and Kosovo would not be under Albanian control.
"Another case in point was the late Dr. Barend Cohen, also a Dutch toxicologist, who became very heavily involved with the Albanian cause in Kosovo. Before his death last year, Cohen travelled frequently to Kosovo and addressed numerous events with other politically-motivated people on issues like civil society and human rights. Whether he was malicious, I cannot say, but I think he definitely got involved rather too deeply in something he did not understand: his web site on human rights abuses in Kosovo was linked, at one or two removes, to web pages on which hard-core drug enthusiasts wrote about their trips after taking various combinations of synthetic narcotics. Readers of this column will not be surprised to know that Cohen and Ugesthe man who has just accused Milosevic of worsening his own healthwere close colleagues who had known each other for twenty years, for instance speaking together at a conference on forensic medicine and human rights in 2003."
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