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Sunday, March 12, 2006

Slobo to hell, plans to join Arkan


Miilosevic's victims

Milosevic: Architect of Balkans carnage
Serb leader presided over ethnic cleansing in Bosnia

(CNN) -- Former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic was regarded as the chief architect of the carnage unleashed during the breakup of Yugoslavia.

Milosevic, who died at the age of 64 Saturday in custody at The Hague, Netherlands, was on trial for war crimes in the killing fields of the Balkan states of Bosnia, Croatia and Kosovo.

Milosevic rose through the Communist Party ranks to become leader of the Serbian republic and then the leader of multirepublic Yugoslavia. He was president when hundreds of thousands of people were killed and millions were forced to leave their homes as the fall of communism opened the door to ethnic and religious strife.


Let's see, he died in a safe Dutch jail, while his victims begged for their lives as the Serbian Army and paramilitaries murdered them, raped the women and stole everything in site.

"Opened the door?"

That fucker, who should be roasting in the fires of hell, pried that door open with a crowbar. Oh, he had help, but the sea of dead which littered the Balkans in a wave of race hatred and murder is placed on his doorstep first and foremost.

It's hard to decide what is most shameful, the failure of the US to act quicker or the UN letting people die under their watch.

posted by Steve @ 12:03:00 AM

12:03:00 AM

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