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The Islamic Republic of Bosnia - a joint US-Iranian venture

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in response to reader comment: America Does Not Play the Harlot As Well As Others Who Have More Experience

Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jun 20, 2012 at 02:57

Dear M. Tovey ,

Let me explain first that the points I made are directed against the power elite in America and its unholy agenda and by no means they imply any intended or unintended insult or disrespect to Americans as a people. I have known a few splendid Americans I greatly admire. They oppose even stronger than me their government's treacherous policy. In their eyes a patriot in America is now someone who opposes and exposes the corrupt ruling class that thrives on the destruction and exploitation of the American middle class and is working in the interests of few corporations and lobbying groups and not he who supports the perfidious power elite. It is this junction of corporate power and the spineless submission of the official circles that I call "the American harlot". It has nothing to do with the American people .

I don't understand thus how you who seem to be an American patriot can defend the indefensible and speak like the devil's advocate on behalf of your government that doesn't represent you but the corporations that have financed the latest election campaign of politicians in office?

To see better my point just answer a few simple questions - with "yes" or "no" if possible.

1/ Was Operation "Cyclone" the biggest pro-jihadist operation ever undertaken by a non-Moslem state?

2/ Do the architects of this operation like Zbigniew Brzezinski still have a say in Washington ?

3/ Did Moslem Turkey invade and occupy Cyprus in 1974 under US protection and using US/NATO weaponry and did anyone in Washington protest against the destruction of ALL traces of Christianity in Northern Cyprus as a result of the Turkish aggression backed by the US?

4/ Did the US create two Moslem states in Europe, namely Bosnia in 1995 and Kosovo in 1999?

5/ Did the destruction of Christianity in Kosovo provoke any adequate US reaction and retaliation and were the perpetrators brought to justice ?

6/ Can you or anyone else answer clearly Sibel Edmonds' question :

""After 911, the US Government engaged in mock investigations and shut down many small Islamic charities and organizations, giving the appearance of action in the so-called 'War on Terror.' Why did they harbor, support and resource Fethullah Gulen's $25 billion madrassa-and-mosque-establishment efforts throughout the Central Asian region and the Balkans?"

On a private note I suggest you spend some time learning about Sibel Edmonds whom I consider a great and intrepid American patriot that has exposed the dirty harlot in Washington more clearly than anyone else.

You also write :

""Islam seems to be doing just fine on its own in effecting the plans of the Ayatollah Khomeini as they were fashioned back in Paris in the seventies."

Well, if you answered question 4 correctly, then you should draw the following necessary conclusion: The US has created 2 new Moslems states and not somewhere in the Sub-Sahara but at the heart of Europe. How many new Moslem states has al-Qaeda or Iran created? None! So you see the difference now, don't you?

There is one more interesting point worth making. During the war in Bosnia it was not only the US that was waging war against Christian Serbs on behalf of the Moslems.The Islamic Republic of Iran was doing the same and it was warmly encouraged by the US to do so. As we read in the senate report from January 16, 1997 :

"In April 1994, President Clinton gave the government of Croatia what has been described by Congressional committees as a "green light" for shipments of weapons from Iran and other Muslim countries to the Muslim-led government of Bosnia. The policy was approved at the urging of NSC chief Anthony Lake and the U.S. ambassador to Croatia Peter Galbraith. ...Along with the weapons, Iranian Revolutionary Guards and VEVAK intelligence operatives entered Bosnia in large numbers, along with thousands of mujahedin ("holy warriors") from across the Muslim world. Also engaged in the effort were several other Muslim countries (including Brunei, Malaysia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, and Turkey) and a number of radical Muslim organizations. For example, the role of one Sudan-based "humanitarian organization," called the Third World Relief Agency, has been well-documented. The Clinton Administration's "hands-on" involvement with the Islamic network's arms pipeline included inspections of missiles from Iran by U.S. government officials. ...Underlying the Clinton Administration's misguided green light policy is a complete misreading of its main beneficiary, the Bosnian Muslim government of Alija Izetbegovic. Rather than being the tolerant, multiethnic democratic government it pretends to be, there is clear evidence that the ruling circle of Izetbegovic's party, the Party of Democratic Action (SDA), has long been guided by the principles of radical Islam. This Islamist orientation is illustrated by profiles of three important officials, including President Izetbegovic himself; the progressive Islamization of the Bosnian army, including creation of native Bosnian mujahedin units; credible claims that major atrocities against civilians in Sarajevo were staged for propaganda purposes by operatives of the Izetbegovic government; and suppression of enemies, both non-Muslim and Muslim."

Well, refreshing one's memory is always a good exercise,especially when one realizes that it is our memory that is constantly under attack from those who either don't want or are simply afraid to be reminded of their past actions.If everybody remembers nothing,then indeed any harlot can claim to be a chaste, caring and selfless teacher of morality!


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