[A-List] 15 Years Since NATO's Massive Bombing Campaign In Bosnia
nadjatesich at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 31 09:10:15 MDT 2010
Tony and others,
NATO-USA destroyed Serbia,a country with great education,medecine and where people were not poor.Then USA set up their 'democratic' Vishy government
in Serbia and is now forcing them to join NATO.
Yugoslavia was a very happy and a healthy country.
In Serbia now children are dying from hunger,USA controls everything,they even have an American present when they vote in the Parlament.
It's not Just Serbia.All the countries around are American colonies.
When I get very sad like now,I think that the Empire is falling apart and there is no cure.It will never recover.Very very sick.
> From: tal1 at cogeco.ca
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> Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 01:22:20 -0400
> Subject: [A-List] 15 Years Since NATO's Massive Bombing Campaign In Bosnia
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> From: Rick Rozoff
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> Subject: [stopnato] 15 Years Since NATO's Massive Bombing Campaign In Bosnia
> Voice of Russia
> August 30, 2010
> Lingering echo of bombings in Bosnia
> Vyacheslav Solovyov
> Fifteen years have passed since NATO started a massive bombing campaign
> against the Bosnian Serbs in the course of an ethnic civil war in Bosnia and
> Herzegovina in 1992-1995. Code-named Operation Deliberate Force, a series of
> air strikes was carried out under the pretext of persuading the Serbian side
> to accept the international plan for a Bosnian settlement. In 1999, NATO
> launched a similar campaign against Yugoslavia, forcing it to renounce
> These two operations against the Serbs undoubtedly testified to NATO’s
> intention to eventually undermine and split Yugoslavia, a traditional ally
> of Russia and perhaps the only power in the Balkans that sought to pursue an
> independent policy.
> Earlier, NATO forces’ attacks on the Bosnian Serbs were part of the
> so-called “pin-point” operations which were incapable of dramatically
> altering the course of the war.
> In 1995, NATO planned an overall defeat of Serb troops, even though the use
> of force was inconsistent with the then resolutions passed by the UN
> Security Council.
> Furthermore, a military air strike was considered a means of last resort to
> force the opposing side to peace. All steps by the North Atlantic Alliance
> were directly coordinated by General Rasim Delic, a senior Bosnian Muslim
> Commander, who personally pointed to Serbian facilities NATO immediately
> launched air strikes on. Similar military-technical interaction was
> characteristic of NATO’s 1999 intervention in Kosovo.
> In both cases, the alliance provided strong military support to one of the
> sides to the conflict, which fundamentally contravened basic peacekeeping
> principles. As a result, the republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina became a
> hardly controllable territory torn by discord, according to Russian
> historian and Slavist Anna Filimonova.
> NATO laid the foundation of a unilateral power game towards the Serbs by all
> international organizations that were somehow involved in resolving the
> conflict. The republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina is kept under constant
> pressure as the West attempts to curtail its sovereignty and deprive it of
> some particular rights.
> As for Kosovo, the US and NATO took possession of Camp Bondsteel - the world’s
> largest military base beyond control of the UN or any other non-NATO
> Saying it may be used as a secret prison of the CIA, human rights activists
> across the globe have already nicknamed this base a “smaller version of
> Guantanamo”. Neither the UN, nor the Council of Europe seem capable of
> making the Pentagon reveal the facility’s original purpose, not to speak of
> closing it.
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