'beat Kosovo civilians'
NATO preparing new military strikes in Balkans
by Gregory Elich
No War Crimes Prosecution Over NATO Kosovo Bombing
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Why still no burger bars in Bosnia, asks US envoy
"If you can't get McDonald's into a country you can't get anything into
"Così aiutai Milosevic" - La talpa è un ufficiale USA
protests erupt into riots in Greece
were violently arrested in Sofia, Bulgaria for daring to take part in a
peaceful protest against Pres. Clinton's visit.
Five months after the Kosovo conflict
ended, there up to 240,000 displaced people from Kosovo in Yugoslavia
In order to fully appreciate what months
of bombing and the deaths of thousands accomplished, let us look at what
happened to 38-year-old Valentin Krumov, a UN worker
who had just arrived in Kosovo
Kiro Gligorov: "I have, maybe naively, believed that a peaceful policy,
without participation in any war, and creation of an independent Macedonia,
can change something, but I was proven wrong.''
Manchevski: "La Macedonia e il razzismo dell'Occidente"
"Territori smembrati, pensiero balcanizzato"
Ignacio Ramonet: "Il nuovo ordine globale"
Râgis Debray: "Una macchina da guerra"
Noam Chomsky: "Ma é stata una vittoria?"
Voices against the war in Kosovo
How good old violent imperialism still lingers
behind a modern holy crusade
The no-win finale. By
PM, June 2, 99
The eventual success of the Kosovo operation, no matter how high
the final cost, establishes a very dangerous precedent. It legitimizes the
aggression by an external entity in order to resolve controversies that
are local to one country.
Much has been written, often
by fine analysts and rational minds of all political sides, on the disasters
that this relentless attack against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has
produced on many fronts, on the humanitarian crisis it has accelerated,
on the many goals that it has failed to accomplish, on the irrationally
high cost that these failures have incurred, and on how it has helped the
Yugoslav Government to fulfill its own agenda.
I feel the need to write
some more, if only to try to let out some of the painful outrage that I
have been cultivating in the past few months at the sight of the Kosovo
disaster. It is a cathartic experience, you must understand: I am fixated
with the icon of the bomb as the ultimate symbol of human injustice.
Misinformation. By PM, April, 99
In times of war, public information is as critical for the citizens
as misinformation is for both fighting sides.
On this side of the barricade,
we get NATO-censored, CNN-sterilized news. Unless you make it your business
to find out more, that's the only truth. NATO's constructed reality is the
same old Hollywood story: they are the bad guys and they are wrong, we are
the good guys and we are right. Is that enough for you?
Once upon a time there was a Country
[Bila jednom jedna zemlja]
by Emir Kusturica
Fulvio Grimaldi- "Do you remember
Interview with Cedda Prlincevic,
leader of Jewish Community in Pristina, Presently a refugee
Ristic:"Non ci piegheremo all'occidente"
Parla Ristic, regista e capo della Jul
Brian Becker, Co-Coordinator of
the Commission of Inquiry,
at the July 31, 1999 New York
City, Independent Commission of Inquiry Hearing to Investigate
U.S./NATO War Crimes Against the People of Yugoslavia.
After the "peace": how KFOR is restoring human rights
and supervising the cleansing of ethnic Serbs in Kosovo.
Older good news
Before and after the "peace": Daily good news and other collateral
Voices of the Internet: newsgroups,
e-mails, forums (fora, that is)
Chi, come e perché ha distrutto la
Repubblica Federativa Socialista di Jugoslavia a cura del
Comitato unitario contro la guerra alla Jugoslavia.
Uranio impoverito nelle armi: esiste
un rischio di contaminazione radioattiva? di Marco Durante,
Università di Napoli
Kosovo: l'arma dell'informazione
a cura del Coordinamento Romano per la Jugoslavia.
sulla missione OSCE in Kosovo. Articoli tratti dal quotidiano
della Svizzera Italiana "Il Giornale
Denunciati i responsabili italiani
The only intelligent weapons are those that refuse to be utilized
We do know that we must do more to reach out to our children
and teach them to express their anger and to resolve their conflicts
with words, not weapons -
C'é sempre qualcuno che si arricchisce con l'impoverimento dell'uranio:
nulla si crea e nulla si distrugge. -
Missione Arcobaleno: "Prima della pioggia"?
Ci avevano detto: togliete la stella rossa dalla bandiera e
noi toglieremo l'embrago. Noi la stella l'abbiamo tolta, voi
l'embargo l'avete mantenuto - un operaio della Zastava
BOOK ON NATO CRIMES IN YUGOSLAVIA, Documentary Evidence, 24 March -
10 June 1999
Misleading UN Report on Kosovo
Depleted uranium "threatens Balkans cancer epidemic"
Benjamin Works:Buying an
intervention: Kosovo and Albanian pac money in Congress
"... financial gratitude for Bulgarian
support for NATO against Yugoslavia will not come soon..."
Aspects on NATO's Intervention in Kosovo
in Kosovo - Failed Peacekeeping
Il Manifesto: "Reportage
Balcani: il controllo dei "Corridoi" di comunicazione
Albania: amaro risveglio
del paese delle aquile dopo le promesse della guerra atlantica
Storia di un albanese a Pec: diario di Nazim, 75
notti a fare il pane per il nemico
Così la Svizzera consegnava i profughi ai serbi
War in Yugoslavia: Nato's
Effect of the closure of the River Danube
The Horrendous Price of G8 Peace!
Technical Agreement between KFOR and Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Full text of the U.N.
resolution draft on Kosovo
On the use of inhumane weapons
in the aggression of NATO against Yugoslavia.
[Source: The Committee for National Solidarity, Belgrade].
NATO targets Yugoslavia: Report
of a visit to Belgrade, 10th-13th May, 1999 [Source: The British Helsinki
Human Rights Group]
The now defunct Kosovo
Interim Agreement and the Serbian counterproposal: read carefully! Would
you, as the head of a sovereign state, sign such agreement?
How NATO planned to occupy Kosovo.
In The International Criminal Tribunal For The Former Yugoslavia
What is the Kosovo Liberation
Army, who funds them. Arms, drugs and nationalism.
Take More Lives Than the Serb-Albanian War Did [Source:
the toll on the
civilian population [FRY sources].