Elusive Dr. Karadzic
the past seven years NATO troops tossed out a net to capture the elusive
former Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadzic based on either tips
from informers [they say] or based on information obtained by threats
to Serb government officials and to villagers. The BBC correspondent
in Sarajevo, Nick Hawton, reported on 16 August that the latest "36-hour
operation involved hundreds of troops, more than 100 vehicles and 12
helicopters in an area where Mr. Karadzic, who is indicted for war crimes
by the Hague tribunal is believed to be have spent time in hiding."
Hawton also reported that "The chief prosecutor at the war crimes
tribunal in The Hague, Carla Del Ponte, has expressed increasing frustration
that Mr. Karadzic remains at large." Capturing Karadzic is undoubtedly
her main hope for continuing her illegitimate child, the International
War Crimes Tribunal.
have been crucified by the entire world. By great powers. By the EU.
And then punished again by NATO. We cannot fight against NATO. We Serbs
have fought in many wars. But we have never provoked one.
As a career military officer's wife, Stella Jatras has traveled widely and has lived in many foreign countries where she not only learned about other cultures but also became very knowledgeable regarding world affairs and world politics. Stella Jatras lived in Moscow for two years (where her husband, George, was the Senior Air Attaché), and while there, worked in the Political Section of the US Embassy. Stella has also lived in Germany, Greece and Saudi Arabia. Her travels took her to over twenty countries.
Previous article by Stella Jatras on Antiwar.com
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]. They look like Europeans. And they take
pride in the fact that with their European appearance they are exceptionally
efficient terrorists. Europe wanted an Islamic country here. Let them
And "let them have it," we did! Bosnia has become al-Qaeda's and Bin Laden's corridor into Europe.
Louis Sell's book, "Slobodan Milosevic and the Destruction of Yugoslavia," was reviewed by Woodford McClellan in The Washington Times of 6 August. Mr. McClellan stated that "his [Milosevic] trial may well be the first and also last such event," which further proves that The International War Crimes Tribunal was specifically created to punish him, and only him. If the American taxpayer would demand that we cease paying the bulk of the financial expenses to keep the war crimes tribunal in existence, Dr. Karadzic may well escape its tentacles.
Just as Milosevic is making fools of the judges at The Hague, the elusive Dr. Karadzic is making fools of NATO's troops.
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