How can we be aggressors in our own country?
We were labeled the aggressor, as if we came from the Serb republic. We who have lived here since time immemorial. We are the oldest population group in this country. The Muslims were Serbs once. How can we be aggressors in our own country? "We have been crucified by the entire world. By great powers. By the EU. And then punished again by NATO. We cannot fight against NATO. We Serbs have fought in many wars. But we have never provoked one. "This war is an example of what modern media and governments can do. They can arrange anything. Put on a show so that their people believe anything. While watching their television pictures or their radios sometimes I myself almost came to the conclusion: We Serbs, we are real swine. They could put their stories together that well. But one day the world will understand.
In the two world wars we fought with Americans, and the French. On each occasion the Croats were on the German side. And they would do the same again.
"The West will not remain proud of what it has done to the Serbs. Certainly now that you are heading for serious problems with Islamic terrorists. We will no longer protect Europe against Islamic terrorism. Let them go, to Europe [the Bosnian Muslims]. They look like Europeans. And they take pride in the fact that with their European appearance they are exceptionally efficient terrorists. Europe wanted an Islamic country here. Let them have it!"
And "let them have it," we did! Bosnia has become al-Qaeda's and Bin Laden's corridor into Europe. Louis Sell's book, "Slobodan Milosevic and the Destruction of Yugoslavia," was reviewed by Woodford McClellan in The Washington Times of 6 August. Mr. McClellan stated that "his [Milosevic] trial may well be the first and also last such event," which further proves that The International War Crimes Tribunal was specifically created to punish him, and only him. If the American taxpayer would demand that we cease paying the bulk of the financial expenses to keep the war crimes tribunal in existence, Dr. Karadzic may well escape its tentacles.Just as Milosevic is making fools of the judges at The Hague, the elusive Dr. Karadzic is making fools of NATO's troops.
On December 10, 1948 the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, its thirty articles enshrining basic and fundamental rights guaranteeing dignity of the human person and equality for all, regardless of race, color, creed or gender. A pipe dream?
Vladimir Putin's aircraft landed on Hmeymim airbase of the Russian Air Force in Syria in the morning of December 11