[A-List] Fwd: Yugoslavia et al
nadjatesich at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 15 06:34:49 MDT 2010
I was aware of everything you said.We could add more countries.I wonder how long will Costa Rica be able to defend their country against US bases.
I am surprised that the whole world does not rebel.
> Date: Sun, 15 Aug 2010 11:30:07 +0200
> From: suzannedk at gmail.com
> To: a-list at lists.econ.utah.edu
> Subject: [A-List] Fwd: Yugoslavia et al
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> From: Suzanne de Kuyper
> Date: Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 10:28 AM
> Subject: Yugoslavia
> To: Todd Boyle
> To write, discuss the people of Yugoslavia in their fights,
> expressions of their humanity and of their grief in losing their
> country, families, homes,etc misses the whole point of the removal of
> the country from the list of world countries The U.S. is able to do
> this and did so, demonstrating to the peoples of the area, one of the
> most sensitive in Europe for a thousand years, who is in charge and
> that International Human Rights Laws are toast. Everyone on the list
> who joined into the discussion seems to have missed the core facts.
> Why? The United States keeps repeating this world lesson over and
> over and over. For instance the bombing of the North Korean boat was
> very probably done by either American Intelligences or an ally's
> services. The aim is to threaten China and to enclircle it with
> hostile neighbors and new NATO members subject to U.S. War Laws.
> Presto chango, done. Then there was Georgia 'War". There is proof
> that that was set up by the U.S. with the help of Israel. Much proof.
> Aim? Of course, 'save' Georgia and have it join NATO colonies,
> bristling with fear/rage at the former U.S.S.R.....THE point. Added
> to that millions if not billions of Russian rubles left the Russsian
> banks at the end of the 'war'. Then the forests in the north of
> Georgia were set afire. Israeli instructors stayed to teach the new
> NATO young soldiers who, too young to remember WW11, were taught how
> to use their new U.S. made, exciting war machines. Now, today, Russia
> burns so badly that people in Moscow are dying from the smoke alone.
> As do Portugal's forests, 90% criminally set. And has the burning of
> Russia been augmented criminally too?
> Where is everbody? To concentrate on small details can be to miss
> the whole. Who benefits? What long term goals are met?
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