Sunday, March 22, 2009

The War Party Has No Political Affiliation

This week marks ten years from when the US and NATO bombed, rocketed and contaminated Serbia justified by, you guessed it, fabrications and lies.
Bill Clinton was president.

Humanitarian War Crimes

"More than 80 % of NATO’s bombardments were directed at civilian targets, residential areas, work places, clinics and schools. More then 50,000 rounds with depleted uranium are creating long-term contamination of the environment, with the bombing of chemical production facilities, both the population and the environment were contaminated, cluster bombs and mines are continuing to kill even today .
NATO violated its own founding charter, the Helsinki Final Act of the OSCE and the Charter of the United Nations in launching this war of aggression. The sovereignty and territorial integrity guaranteed by the UN Charter was ignored and blatantly bombed away in the case of one of the United Nations’ founding member states, one of the victorious powers in World War II.
In spite of all the pretexts used to justify the war, on the occasion of its 50 th anniversary, NATO used this war to proclaim its intention to carry out global militarily interventions. Ten years ago, war opponents warned that the aggression against Yugoslavia served as a precedent for obliterating international law. In the meantime, this warning has been confirmed through the aggressions against Iraq and Afghanistan and the global “war on terror."

Looking back on the destruction and murder, it seems the whole exercise had several ulterior motives.
The Serbs were the most fiercely nationalistic people in europe. Their drive to remain independent from the globalist agenda had to be crushed.
It was the culmination of Yugoslavia's dismantling which began some years earlier.
Russia was a close ally of Serbia and the bombing campaign served as a contrived humiliation.
It paved the way for Kosovo Albanians, the CIA's buddies, to corner the heroin market in europe, something that would come in handy a few years later after the invasion of Afghanistan and the resumption of it's huge poppy production.


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