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

It is harmful to every human on earth for the UN to be the captive of the US, including for the people of the US.

~ Ramsey Clark, former Attorney General of the United States

Like me, many now fear that NATO and the United States in the future may take upon itself the ‘right’ to use military force when and where it pleases and that we are facing a 21st century which is considerably less safe than even the last one.

~ Alice Mahon, Member of Parliament, Great Britain

Media blanketed the public with a stream of mis-, dis- and non-information about the facts on the ground in Kosovo and the reasons that NATO bombers took to the skies.

~ Robert Jensen, Professor of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin

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