The article as posted mostly makes sense, except for his little crack about the "near-genocide of Muslims in Bosnia". Anybody who has read about the very successful propaganda coup carried out by the Muslims in the Serbian province of Bosnia-Herzegovina (and their allies in the American media) is aware of how the Muslims were able to lie to the world -- using such tools as the picture of the tuberculosis victim standing OUTSIDE a fence. portrayed as a victim of starvation by the Serbs INSIDE a fence, and going on from there to the Bosnian Muslim government shelling theri own people as at the Markale marketplace (to incite calls for NATO to bomb the Serbs in supposed "retaliation") and the US being immediately ready to blame it on the Serbs without any proof whatsoever.
General Satish Nambiar, head of NATO forces during that time, estimated that the entire Bosnian civil war cost the lives of 60,000 to 80,000 people (of 2,800,000, or 3%), HALF of whom were Serbs native to Bosnia. ANybody who writes that there was anything remotely resembling a "near-genocide"of Muslims needs to learn how to some simple research.
Yes. I quite agree. Folks should read the Bosniak Muslim Alija Ali Izetbegovic's writing. He has some pretty genocidal ideas of his own, and he was the former President of Bosnia. I read recently that he was a friend of Osama bin Laden, but I cannot recall the source.
using such tools as the picture of the tuberculosis victim standing OUTSIDE a fence. portrayed as a victim of starvation by the Serbs INSIDE a fence,
I remember that.
re : General Satish Nambiar, head of NATO forces during that time.
Wow first head of NATO who was not a member of any military affiliated to NATO.
He is an Indian General who headed the UN mission, he recognised that there were enough atrocities committed on all sides to give all those pervo types a raging hard on for years to come, and to keep the apologists of all religions and nationalities busy as well.
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