Barry Marjanovich firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
deepshooter email@example.com answered:
Since there has been no referendum and a majority of the citizens of Montenegro do not wish to be independent, such a unilateral declaration would mean the government officials are relinquishing their offices. Perhaps, the Yugoslav federal government could then legally appoint their replacements pending a new election.
> > The high-stakes meeting came after Yugoslavia's
parliament changed the
The parliament changed the procedure for selecting the president of Yugoslavia. Now Milosevic will have to run in an election rather than be appointed by the parliament. It's called democracy, a frightening prospect to the NATO puppets ruling Montenegro.
> > The parliament of Montenegro, Serbia's much
smaller partner in the
Notice how they carefully avoid calling for a referendum on independence. Milosevic and other Serbian authorities have already announced that Serbia would abide by the results if Montenegrins voted to separate from the federation. The Western bootlickers know very well that a large majority of the citizens would vote to remain in Yugoslavia.
Well, they may be in for a surprise: the clever Milosevic may call for an election to determine the status of Montenegro before the constitution becomes operative. A free election would mean the end of line for the Western toadies now screaming for independence.
> > Montenegro's pro-Western leadership has slowly
been concentrating power
The Yugoslav army would have to intervene to protect the parliament from outraged Montenegrins who would violently object to their country being handed over to Western agents and KLA killers without even a vote of the people.
> > Still, the reformist leadership has refrained
from full independence,
US and its European lapdogs are already trying to get the UN to recognize the independence of Montenegro without a referendum. The Western carpetbeggars have funded a 20,000 man mercenary army for the specific purpose of starting a new war in Montenegro. Trouble is, they are a mercenary army, good only for terrorizing civilians, and useless against the Yugoslav military, even with US air support. Open warfare would mean the quick demise of the present Montenegrin administration.
> > Montenegrins are themselves deeply divided into
The solution is simple: Montenegro could become an autonomous province of Serbia, like Vojvodina. That would be better than becoming the vassal province of Albania which is what almost certainly will happen if the US gets its way.
> > The upper house currently includes 20 deputies
from Serbia and 20 from
Go for it! Call for a referendum today.
> > Milosevic's allies argued that direct election
would confer "the
It doesn't really matter who becomes the leader Yugoslavia: no Serbian official who wishes to remain alive in Serbia would ever allow Milosevic to be taken from the country to be tried by the foreign governments who ruthlessly bombed Serbia for almost three months. The Serb people would never permit it.