“At the time of this project’s completion in 2018, an emboldened and expansionist Iran appears to be the only victor,” authors wrote in the concluding chapter. Col. Joe Rayburn and Col. Frank Sobchak, both retired, authored the study.
Many Americans might not be aware of this, but theirs is the only country on Earth where a person can express an opinion, any opinion, without fear of arrest. The reason for this, the only reason for it, is the First Amendment of the Constitution, whose forty-five words are among the most important ever written in the English language. The First Amendment protects Americans from (among other things) the kind of unjust and tyrannical speech laws that have become the norm here in Europe, where the wrong opinion can literally send you to jail.
So, if I was an American, I would be paying close attention to the rapidly changing state of free speech in Progressive Europe, and even closer attention to the health and integrity of the First Amendment, which is going to come under sustained attack from this generation of progressively miseducated halfwits.
— Pat Condell
The Heir to the Serbian throne, Crown Prince Alexander, wants Washington to pay him the riches he says are owed him. Apparently, it’s a lot. Thus, he has sought the help of influential lobbyists in the United States. According to OpenSecrets, $20,000 was paid on the prince’s behalf by J.J. Cafaro Investment Trust LLC of Youngstown, Ohio …
“Hitler had no executioners more willing, no ally more passionate, than the Fascists of Croatia” — A. M. Rosenthal, New York Times “I must admit, I am obsessed by the criminal character of the independent state of Croatia. Even the Germans were appalled by the crimes committed in it. — Simon Wiesenthal
“Thousands of Orthodox Christians in Kosovo were killed or kidnapped (For organ trafficking) by the Albanian Radical Islamists who were supported by the United States of America and NATO ”
On a cold and snowy night, I sat in his living room watching a shocking video version of what might have been called Nasir Oric’s Greatest Hits. There were burning houses, dead bodies, severed heads, and people fleeing.
Oric grinned throughout, admiring his handiwork.“We ambushed them,” he said when a number of dead Serbs appeared on the screen. The next sequence of dead bodies had been done in by explosives: “We launched those guys to the moon,” he boasted.
When footage of a bullet-marked ghost town appeared without any visible bodies, Oric hastened to announce: “We killed 114 Serbs there.”
Later there were celebrations, with singers with wobbly voices chanting his praises.
Excerpt from the Canadian Toronto Star newspaper article: “A Reporter’s Account of an Evening Spent with Nasir Oric, the Muslim Commander in Srebrenica”
Original title: “Fearsome Muslim warlord eludes Bosnian Serb forces”
Toronto Star, July 16, 1995 By Bill Schiller
In a bold display of defiance, posters appeared in northern Kosovo at dawn protesting the brutal occupation of the Serbian province by Albanian Cartel bosses who illegally seized power and declared independence 11 years ago after having expelled over 200 thousand Serbs, Roma, and other non-Albanians. The black, white, and red posters, show two large …