Skip to comments.The Trial of Milosevic - Hatred Fuelled By Soros and Ignatieff
Posted on 11/08/2006 12:45:28 PM PST by kronos77
It took years of hatred-propaganda by NATO, the US and the EU to have a puppet regime installed in Serbia. It was also facilitated by the months long bombing of Serbia by NATO planes. And during this bombing they managed, by riding roughshod over the Serbian Constitution, to arrest Milosevic and bring him to The Hague.
When I saw the picture of this not young man, shuffling across the tarmac in handcuffs, I felt that he would not emerge alive. Too much hatred had been spilled from the pens of the enemy, from the pens of people like Michael Ignatieff. As Ignatieff seeks the votes of the ordinary folk of Canada to make him some sort of leader of influence in Canadian society, it is good to look back at what sort of a trial that these kinds of people in the political circle of Ignatieff had on offer for Milosevic.
In recent days this is being given added urgency. A big influence in the campaign against Serbia, and backer of the Ignatieff circle, was George Soros. And guess what – Soros is now turning his guns against the Jewish state.
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How did a 'shining city upon a hill whose beacon light guides freedom-loving people everywhere' become a nation of 'little Eichmanns'?
Tracking Covert Actions into the Future
From Issue No. 42, Fall, 1992
by Philip Agee
Milosovic didnt die in prison. He was murdered.
Something evil this way comes....
Soros is it's name.
BUMP. Some truth for all the Lefties who asked "Why wasn't Saddam tried in the Hague?"
We arent finished with Saddam yet. A bold move on the jail where he is hedl by his friends and he could be back on the throne pretty quick.
If the Iraqui's really want him executed they better stop wasting time and "Git 'er done".
Oh Yeah...and the evil one is establishing organizations right and left to continue to foment evil after he croaks.
Saddam would never take the lesser job it will be Saddam -Hillary.