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The war that could have been prevented

3 December 2009
Yes, we all knew about this all along, except that many of us didn’t, because it wasn’t the way the story was spun in the Western media.
clipped from www.morningstaronline.co.uk
The trial of Radovan Karadzic in The Hague, which has been stalled by the former Bosnian Serb leader’s refusal to show up in court, is likely to be used by the West to justify NATO’s current policy of “humanitarian intervention.”
At a time when the NATO-led operation in Afghanistan is becoming increasingly unpopular in countries which have committed troops to this theatre of war, Western officials are likely to propagate the generally accepted notion – created by Western governments to cover up the real, geo-political motives for their involvement in the Yugoslav civil war – that it was NATO intervention which ended the Bosnian war and put an end to Karadzic’s “genocidal policies.”
The German government encouraged feelings of nationalist secession within multi-ethnic Yugoslavia, principally in Slovenia and Croatia, with the assistance of Ustashe exiles, second world war-era Croatian fascists.
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