“Twenty years ago the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, led by the United States, waged a relentless 78-day bombing campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, consisting of Serbia and Montenegro (March 24-June 10, 1999). This act of naked illegal aggression marked a significant turning point, not only for America and NATO but also for everyone else. The rules-based international order—and its two keystones, the principle of state sovereignty and of the rule of law itself—had been subverted in the name of an allegedly humanitarian ideology… a war was waged on a small independent nation, essentially because it refused foreign troops on its soil—the infamous Annex B from Rambouillet….
[T]he aggressors of 1999 and proponents of Kosovo’s independence in subsequent years have scoffed at the Serbs’ claim that Kosovo, with its many ancient monasteries and the site of the famous battle, represents not just any part of their country but its very heart and soul—“Serbia’s Jerusalem.” Such attitude betrays a cynical contempt for the essence of any true nation’s identity, which necessarily rests on its historical, moral and spiritual roots. Without such foundation, a people ceases to be a people and becomes but a random mob. That is precisely what both America and Western Europe are becoming, now, thanks to the very principles which were used to justify the Kosovo war.”
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“It had been some 20 years before, during Washington’s first Afghan war, the decade-long, C.I.A.-financed jihad of the 1980’s against the Soviet occupation. Rising to more than 13,000 feet, 35 miles southwest of the provincial capital of Jalalabad, Tora Bora was a fortress of snow-capped peaks, steep valleys and fortified caves. Its miles of tunnels, bunkers and base camps, dug deeply into the steep rock walls, had been part of a C.I.A.-financed complex built for the mujahedeen.” — New York Times, 2005
“…The mountains where ISIS made their base were the same ones used by bin Laden as a bolt hole and the same used by the CIA-backed mujahideen when they were fighting the Soviets in the 1980s.” — CNN, 2017 Continue reading →
Mohamed El Baradei is being promoted as a ‘moderate’ reformer and a member of the opposition in Egypt. But is he? His membership in the International Crisis Group suggests otherwise. Excerpt: Sheiks Gone Wild Part 10 The Obama administration, like the Bush administration before it, has been promoting the Muslim Brotherhood in a big way: … Continue reading →
Under item “5.” representatives from the Open Society Policy Center, Peace Action West, American Conservative Alliance, National Iranian American Council, Just Foreign Policy and other members of the coalition launched the: “send Hillary to Iran” Campaign: “The idea is to promote a broader “dialogue” agenda through a nationwide communications campaign, centered around the idea of “send Hillary to Iran” This effort will involve internet outreach, action alerts, blogs, a research component, a community component, and a PR campaign.”
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