Skip to comments.Thinking the Unthinkable; On the Wrong Side in Yugoslavia?
Posted on 04/13/2006 8:33:55 AM PDT by PurpleMountains
The roughly 5000 unspeakable acts of murder and mayhem committed by Islamofascist terrorists on innocent people just since 9/11 have got me wondering did we come in on the wrong side in the conflict between the Serbians (Christians) and the Bosnians (Muslims) in the former Yugoslavia, and have we and the western world gone after the wrong group of war criminals? I am well aware of the horrendous barbarities committed by the Serbians against the Bosnians and others, but do we really know what transpired to drive them to these acts before the conflict aroused our interest? I admit to having been skeptical when former President Clinton committed our military to protect the Bosnian Muslims, but I did decide to support him at the time.
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I see the Soros-fluffer is still pedaling this particular lie. When pushed to provide facts, he will list all Churches destroyed by the Communists while attempting to blame all of it on the Serbs alone.
No Freeper falls for this nonsense, of course, but, then again, most Freepers are qualified to do more than flip pancakes for a living.
I think Hopolite has a point, but it goes more like this:
ANY side in Kosovo or Yugoslavia was the wrong side...
Personally, I'd consider giving Serbia a pass 'cause of help in WWII.
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By the way - I love the Amarillo video on your website.
ONE of the biggest and most tragic. How about also clintons transfer of missile guidance and nuke weapons technology to the chicoms in exchange for campaign bribe money? I suspect that may come back to haunt us in the form of punishment for allowing ourselves to be governed by such spiritual "dwarfs" as clinton and carter.
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