Saturday, March 18, 2006
Milosevic and the New World Order
WHY THE NWO WANTED MILOSEVIC OUT OF THE WAY
Slobodan Milosevic was a Communist who knew too much about Anglo-American plans to create havoc in the Balkans. He had personal knowledge because US envoys tried to bring him into the scheme. When he refused they used covert means to break up Yugoslavia. US and European globalists, headed by Germany under Helmut Kohl, used the German BND to foment unrest in Slovenia, Bosnia and Croatia. They funded a couple of ethnic racists (Tudjman and Izetbegovic) who triggered a few atrocities to create further conflict. Eventually, the US and NATO had a reason to intervene. The same was later to happen in Serbia through the infamous and provoked Kosovo ethnic cleansing.
Joseph Watson of Prisonplanet.com writes, "In March 2002, Milosevic presented the Hague tribunal with FBI documents proving that the United States government and NATO provided financial and military support for Al Qaeda to aid the Kosovo Liberation Army in its war against Serbia . . . Milosevic made several speeches in which he discussed how a group of shadowy internationalists had caused the chaos in the Balkans because it was the next step on the road to a 'new world order.'
"Milosevic was far from an angel, but evidence linking him to genocides like Srebrenica, in which 7,000 Muslims died, was continually proven to be fraudulent. In fact, Srebrenica was supposedly a 'UN safe zone,' yet just like Rwanda, UN peacekeepers deliberately withdrew and allowed the massacre to unfold, then blamed Milosevic. Milosevic's exposure of UN involvement in the Srebrenica massacre was another reason why tribunal transcripts were heavily edited and censored, and another contributing factor towards his murder."[End Watson quote]
Investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill adds further details: "What the corporate media overwhelmingly ignores in Milosevic's death is what they ignored in his life as well-his intimate knowledge of U.S. war crimes in Yugoslavia. While Milosevic was undoubtedly a war criminal who deserved to be tried for his crimes, he was also the only man in the unique position of being able to expose and detail the full extent of the U.S. role in the bloody disintegration of Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
"Because of the rule of victors' justice in the ad hoc tribunal system (a poor and unfair substitute for a true international court), Milosevic's case would have been the only international trial to potentially expose the details of the illegal, U.S.-led NATO bombing of Yugoslavia for 78 days in 1999. While the U.S.-backed court consistently tried to limit Milosevic's right to speak, stripping him of his right to self-representation, Milosevic battled regularly to raise U.S. war crimes . . . Now, there is almost certain to be no condemnation of the U.S. bombing of Radio Television Serbia, killing 16 media workers; the cluster bombing of the Nis marketplace, shredding human beings into meat; the use of depleted uranium munitions; and the targeting of petrochemical plants, causing toxic chemical waste to pour into the Danube River. There will be no condemnation of the bombing of Albanian refugees by the U.S., or the deliberate targeting of a civilian passenger train, or the bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade.
"Milosevic also would have discussed how the U.S. supports a regime in Kosovo that has systematically expelled Serbs, Romas, and other ethnic minorities from their homes and burned down scores of churches. He would have discussed the role of the U.S. in funding and arming the Kosovo Liberation Army, which operates like a death squad, and how the new prime minister of Kosovo, Agim Ceku, is a U.S.-trained war criminal who gained infamy in both the Bosnian war and the 1999 Kosovo conflict. And Milosevic would have talked of the U.S. interference in the Yugoslav elections in 2000 and the ultimate neoliberal takeover that was the aim of Clinton's sanctions and 78 days of bombing.
"The judges in Milosevic's case clearly worked to keep those moments from ever happening, and the U.S. government made clear its forceful opposition to such subpoenas of U.S. officials, even considering invading a country that would put a U.S. official on trial.
"In his opening statement, Milosevic alluded to some of the information he would introduce during his defense. "In 1998 when [Clinton envoy Richard] Holbrooke visited us in Belgrade, we told him the information we had at our disposal, that in Northern Albania the KLA is being aided by Osama bin Laden, that he was arming, training, and preparing the members of this terrorist organization in Albania. However, they decided to cooperate with the KLA and indirectly, therefore, with bin Laden, although before that he had bombed the embassies in Kenya and Tanzania [and] had already declared war." [End Scahill quote]
Was Milosovic murdered? Predictably, the Hague Tribunal offered up an "official" lab test (of their own doing) showing that "no poisons were found in Milosevic's body." How convenient. However, those of us familiar with dark side elimination techniques know that there are a miriad of non-poisonous drugs that can cause heart attacks, such as Milosevic experienced.
Paul Joseph Watson of Prison Planet.com addresses these issues: "The Globalists have wanted to eliminate Milosevic for a long time. Former MI6 agent Richard Tomlinson said he saw documents in 1992 that discussed assassinating Milosevic by means of a staged car accident . . . Just two days after Milosevic's death the evidence indicating murder has poured in.
"Blood tests show that Milosevic's body contained a drug that rendered his usual medication for high blood pressure and his heart condition ineffective, causing the heart attack that led to his death. The media has spun this to make out as if Milosevic deliberately took the wrong drug so he could seek specialist treatment in Moscow and delay his trial. This is frankly absurd. Milosevic only had access to the drugs provided to him by UN appointed doctors and took them under close surveillance. Are we to believe that Milosevic had managed to set up a secret drugs lab in his closely watched prison cell and then substituted the drugs while under constant monitoring?"
"Milan Babic, a former Croatian Serb leader who testified against Milosevic was 'suicided' just six days before Milosevic's death. According to the BBC, tribunal spokeswoman Alexandra Milenov said he had given no indication that he was contemplating suicide. 'There was nothing unusual in his demeanor,' she said. Another Hague detainee, Slavko Dokmanovic, supposedly killed himself in 1998." [End Watson Quote]
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