- I'm a little shocked, but delightfully so, by your ideas on
Yugoslavia. At least we agree on something.
Lately, in the last several months, Bush and Clinton started working
together on a plan to divide Yugoslavia into separate states, one of
which will be Muslim. The division of Yugoslavia into states where
previously there was unity is making Russia extremely angry right
now. Russia is a long time ally with Yugoslavia, back to the
communist days and beyond. Though Putin's words are very much
obscured and taken out of context by this article that I supplied,
this article is the only one I could find where Putin was quoted
rejecting US meddling in Yugoslavia's rebuilding process.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Stephen Hale" <sardisian01@...>
> --- In email@example.com, "Mathew Morrell" <tma4cbt@> wrote:
> > Steve Hale wrote:
> > > America tends to go its own way, and make up its own rules for
> > > way things ought to be done, even for the rest of the world.
> > I would just be curious to know if Stephen was making these kinds
> > cavalier remarks when Clinton was violently and imperialistically
> > bombing Yugoslavia in the late 1990s; or was Stephen complicit
> > American tyranny at that time, mute and self righteous as the
> > States meddled in the national affairs of a tiny, impoverished
> > country fighting desperately to purge itself of the cancer of
> > Islam?
> Actually, Clinton bombed Yugoslavia in a very pathetic attempt to
> stop the rape of Kosovo, which failed. After nearly eight years of
> watching genocides of the terroristic kind take place in the
> European provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, right where Rudolfwar
> Steiner was born by the way, Clinton chose to bomb Belgrade rather
> then send in U.S. Army ground troops to fight the Serbs attempting
> to remove ethnic Albanians from their own legitimate country; one
> that they had rightfully owned for four hundred years. Most were
> Christians who spoke English, and Clinton let it happen. Now, what
> do you think about that?
> No, Clinton thought that an air strike similar to Bush's 100 day
> on Baghdad in 1991 would prove successful. Of course, it wasn't;Clinton
> and an entire country was thrown into the turmoil of a terrorist
> regime. The regime of Milosovichs' dictatorship, which Bill
> played into because he wasn't going to let one U.S. soldier die on
> his watch. Oh no, he preferred to let 750,000 Kosovars be made
> No, I don't support Clinton at all.
- *******No more anti-US remarks, please.
>Steve Hale wrote:
> > America tends to go its own way, and make up its own rules for the
> > way things ought to be done, even for the rest of the world.
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mathew Morrell" <tma4cbt@> wrote:
> > >
> > > > Starman why are you being so horrible to Stephen?
> > >
> > >
> > > Caryn, why didn't you pose the same question to Stephen when he
> > > launched his ad hominem attacks on my personal history,
> > continually
> > > mentioning my involvement with the Ramtha School during my teen
> > age
> > > years to demean and humiliate me. Were you asleep, Caryne?
> > >
> > > Little by little, Stephen is revealing the true reason he joined
> > this
> > > forum; with these types of people it's not good enough that the
> > whole
> > > Rudolph Steiner community on the Internet is dominated by
> > > Leftists like himself. He has to convert this one too, or make
> > himself
> > > a total nuisance until conservatives and moderates throw up their
> > arms
> > > and quit. His faux displays of friendliness are nothing more
> > > linguistic tools he uses to manipulate and control other people.
> > At
> > > least he's never made an attempt to enter the warmth and
> > understanding
> > > that permeated this group before his arrival.
> > >
> > > Mathew
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