the following three quotes. It is as though they were written by the
same pen; as though all three had received their marching orders from
a higher authority.
quote, attributed to Charles Krauthammer, appeared in The Washington
Post on 21 September, titled "Voices
of Moral Obtuseness":
us look at American policies. America conducted three wars in the 1990s.
The Gulf War saved the Kuwaiti people from Saddam. American intervention
in the Balkans saved Bosnia. And then we saved Kosovo from Serbia. What
do these three military campaigns have in common? In every one we saved
a Muslim people."
Krauthammer actually believe that Bosnia has been "saved"
by American intervention? Bosnia has become Islam's corridor into Europe,
while it's former president Alija Izetbegovic is likely to be indicted
as a war criminal by the Hague Tribunal, and Richard Holbrooke's fair-haired
boy, former Bosnian ambassador to the UN, Mohammed Sacirbey, is being
charged with the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Over 20,000
along with their weapons, still remain in Bosnia (a violation of the
Dayton Peace Agreement) with the Bosnian women who were forced to marry
them. Mr. Krauthammer has a strange concept of what constitutes being
shows equally skewed thinking by claiming that America "saved Kosovo
from Serbia." Kosovo is a part of Serbia. How has American intervention
"saved" Kosovo from Serbia when our intervention has turned
Serbia's Jerusalem over to Osama bin Laden's Islamic Kosovo Liberation
Army mafia? "In every one we saved a Muslim people," said
Krauthammer. Wasn't the saving of the Kuwaiti people from Saddam more
a case of saving Muslims from Muslims?
interview on 16 October 1995 with the Dutch publication, De Standaard,
former Bosnian Serb president, Radovan Karadzic said:
West will not remain proud of what it has done to the Serbs. Certainly
now that you are heading for serious problems with Islamic terrorists.
We will no longer protect Europe against Islamic terrorism. Let them
go to Europe (the Bosnian Muslims!)."
as 1992, a U.S. House of Representatives report by Yossef Bodansky and
Vaughn Forrest (Task Force on Terrorism & Unconventional Warfare)
warned of "Iran's
Muslims have long been considered by the Islamist leadership in the
Middle East to be ripe as a vehicle for the expansion of Islamic militancy
into Europe.... Thus, Tehran and its allies are using the violence in
Bosnia-Herzegovina as a springboard for the launching of a jihad in
apparent that there was a gross lack of attention by members of the
House of Representatives given to this excellent prognosis of Bosnia's
strong indictment of US commitment to arm the Muslims of Bosnia can
be found in a
1997 report by the US Senate Republican Policy Committee titled,
"Clinton-Approved Iranian Arms Transfers Help Turn Bosnia into
Militant Islamic Base."
News of 22 June, 2001 titled, "Deceiving
your allies," reported, "The
Bosnian Muslim army was covertly supplied with arms by the US during