Hate-Oh NATO

From Ilic Branko:

On this day 30. May, 1999.: NATO committed a horrible crime on a bridge in Varvarin, Serbia In that attack were killed 10 civilians, while 16 of them sustained serious injuries. The first attack killed three people and at least five wounded. A few minutes later, the aircraft returned and fired two more missiles that left seven people dead who in the meantime come to the bridge to help the victims of the first attack.

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We Must Not Forget…

While I try to keep postings light on this site, sometimes you have to shine a light on the ugly. Tomorrow (March 24) will mark the anniversary of the beginning of the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, an onslaught that lasted 78 days. While it was explained away to the rest of the world as an humanitarian act, NATO bombed civilian bridges, water supplies and power centers. Humanitarian? Hardly.

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Talking About NATO

Today marks a very unpleasant and shameful anniversary; the 14th anniversary of the start of the NATO bombing of the former Yugoslavia, which lasted until June 10, 1999. While Serbia and her people have risen from the ashes and moved forward, this travesty of human justice and flagrant abuse of power by both NATO and the U.S. should never be forgotten.

[The NATO] bombing was an act in flagrant contempt of international law, and criminal under that law.

~ Walter Rockler, Former Nuremberg Prosecutor

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11th Anniversary of NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia

Anyone who knows me knows how I feel about that and about America’s hand in this travesty. I mentioned the reason that I changed the format of this web site was so that I would be less likely to dwell on unpleasantness and instead keep things upbeat. But this is too significant a date in Serbian history and I will therefore never, ever forget what this country did to Yugoslavia and her people. And I hope you won’t either.

NATO’s *Illegal* War Against Yugoslavia, a Shame and an Embarrassment to All Americans (or it Should Be)

Walter Rockler, former Nuremburg prosecutor, had this to say about the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia:

Today, I cannot be persuaded that random destruction and killing in Yugoslavia by the strong against the weak was anything less than killing in the service of arrogance, and I repudiate the shabby pretexts for this criminal conduct.