: Hee Hee. Another NATO style victory declared. A lot of noise and a lot of posturing but
no real damage done to the fighting troops. Well, you may think you have taken over the
ng, but you have no facts to support your endlessly repeated and tiresome tirades against
the legitimate leader of Serbia (and all of Yugoslavia). It is a gas to watch Milosevic
make fools of Western powerhouses with simple determination, outstanding courage, and
clever strategy. 79 days of everything the West could muster and Milosevic still stands at
the top, probably laughing at the clumsy propaganda being waged against him. Now he
will begin to rebuild Serbia without the help of the U.S. or any other western power.
Unfortunately for the antiMilosevic fanatics, the "forensic experts" are not
finding any signs of atrocities, no evidence of war crimes, no facts to support the
rambling KLA horror stories. At the same time, Western leaders who participated in the
illegal air attack against the citizenry of Serbia are undoubtedly guilty of punishable
war crimes as defined by their own treaties. Of course, no one expects the UN or the World
Court to prosecute them, no one expects the UN or the World Court to do anything anymore.
For that we can thank William Clinton.
Victory? The position of Milosevic's enemies grow weaker
every day. Propaganda stories about detention camps and rape camps have been abandoned as
obvious fabrications. Teams of experts searching for evidence of atrocities are turning up
nothing. People are being reminded that Milosevic was once considered the partner in peace
with the U.S. in Croatia and Bosnia. It was he who pressured the Serbs in Bosnia to stop
the fighting. It was under his leadership that Serbia took in and
cared for 600,000 Serb refugees from Bosnia without outside help, a feat that still awes
leaders of the international humanitarian agencies. It was under his economic
genius that Serbia has for years mweathered the boycotts and sanctions unfairly imposed on
it by Western powers trying to wrest control of the Balkans. If the
Serbs can gain enough strength and determination from Milosevic's example, if they will
accept his economic leadership, they will ultimately be the final victors; just as they
victoriously stood against NATO's terrorism, they will stand against the economic assault
of the West. Serbia will effectively control the Balkans--and Milosevic will stand firmly
at the top.
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