Von MICHEL CHOSSUDOVSKY.
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*By Chris Deliso and Matteo Albertini * The sustained and ongoing anti-terrorist operations by police across Europe before and after the ISIS Paris attacks are indicative of just how well established and dangerous Islamist radical networks on the continent have become. The new state of the war on terror must be appreciated- as must the fact that the Balkans (and the ‘Balkan Route’ of migration) are already becoming of much greater interest to the European authorities, as a recent Italian operation dramatically showed. However, the relative novelty of the internet jihad also means th... mehr »
On March 24, 1999, NATO initiated air attacks on Yugoslavia (a federation of two republics, Serbia and Montenegro) in order to impose a peace agreement in the Serbian province of Kosovo, which has an ethnic Albanian majority. The Clinton Administration has not formally withdrawn its standing insistence that Belgrade sign the peace agreement, which would entail the deployment in Kosovo of some 28,000 NATO ground troops -- including 4,000 Americans -- to police the settlement. But in recent days the Clinton public line has shifted to a demand that Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic halt the offensive he has launched in Kosovo, which has led to a growing humanitarian crisis in the region, before there can be a stop to the bombing campaign.
One week into the bombing campaign, there is widespread discussion of options for further actions. One option includes forging a closer relationship between the United States and a controversial group, the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), a group which has been cited in unofficial reports for alleged ties to drug cartels and Islamic terrorist organizations. This paper will examine those allegations in the context of the currently unfolding air campaign.
Results of Week One The air assault is a product of a Clinton policy, which for months has been directed toward intervention in Kosovo, in either the form of the use of air power or of the introduction of a peacekeeping ground force -- or of air power followed by a ground force. [For details on the turbulent history of Kosovo and of the direction of Clinton policy leading to the current air campaign, see: RPC's Senate to Vote Today on Preventing Funding of Military Operations in Kosovo: Airstrikes Likely This Week," 3/23/99;
"Bombing, or Ground Troops -- or Both: Clinton Kosovo Intervention Appears Imminent," 2/22/99; and "Bosnia II: The Clinton Administration Sets Course for NATO Intervention in Kosovo," 8/12/98.] Just hours before the first bombs fell, the Senate voted 58 to 41 (with 38 Republicans voting in the negative) to authorize air and missile strikes against Yugoslavia (S. Con. Res. 21). The Senate then approved by voice vote a second resolution expressing support for members of the U.S. Armed Forces engaged in military operations against Yugoslavia (S. Res. 74).
Vollkommen dumme Deutsche machen immer mit, inklusive älteren Frauen, die nochmal einen Hormon Schub haben, nach Jamika, Afrika in den Urlaub gehen, oder sich einen jungen Afrikaner ins Haus holen.
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Es gibt sicherlich auch Verbrechen, die von Alkoholisierten verübt werden. Doch erfahren diese keine Rechtfertigung durch die Gutmenschen. Jedenfalls habe ich noch auf keinem Transparent die Aussage “Angst vor Alkohol? Letztes Jahr sind Abertausende an den Folgen des Islam krepiert. Haben sie Angst vor Islam?“* gesehen. Die Vollpfost*innen auf dem Foto würden diesen Vergleich erfahrungsgemäß dann auch als primitiv, unzulässig, rassistisch und so weiter und so fort bezeichnen. Logik ist eben nicht *jederfraus* Sache. * Solche Plakate sollen sich besonders gut in Saudi-Arabien oder i... mehr »