Tudjman just as well. He is just not among us any more. And not just for supporting his "boys in Bosnia", but even more importantly for the crimes against Serb civilians during Oluja, and driving out more then 250.000 of them out of Croatia. He would have quite a lot to be held responsible for. Just as the generals that have been brought before Hague that were under his command.
posted on 11/05/2001 6:00:03 AM PST
To: Hoplite; wonders; joan; Pericles
Thanks for posting the facts w/ citations.......proving that poor Hoppie continues to defend Clinton's funding, supplying, training, and promotion of Bosnian & KLA Mujhadeen
Especially thanks to posting the article regarding the brutal Mujhadeen attacks on the moderate Muslims led by Fikret Abdic.
Humanitarian Warriors such as Hoplite supported the Mujhadeen V Corps campaign of pillage and destruction against the legally elected President of Bosnia Fikret Abdic. Hoplite continues to refuse to address the simple question Why didn't the Humanitarian Warriors support the moderate Fikret Adbic instead of the fundamentalist Iztbegovic ?
posted on 11/05/2001 6:10:15 AM PST
But explain this to me Bluster: If Milosevic can be indicted as he is a the top of the Chain of Command, why is Izetbegovic still free and no ministers of the Tudjman regime indicted??? Is it at this points that certain governments plead 'national security' or that such actions could destabilize the balkans further. The Hague is a joke. If there was a way to set up a court that could try major world criminals, the Hague is the perfect way NOT
to do it, and that is why it is a court for banana republics and why Senator Dole etc. says that a World Court will be DoA. That's not justice, but a media circus.
posted on 11/05/2001 7:23:39 AM PST
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