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What about the Serbs?

Reader comment on item: How Kosovo Plays in the Middle East

Submitted by Dino Kou (United States), Nov 11, 2002 at 19:20

What happened about the Serbs? Do we forget that they suffered too? DO WE forget that the reason why NATO and the US attacked is because the Serbs are Orthodox Christians? This whole thign was started by the former US Secretary of State whom the Serbs saved during ww2 from Hitler and that was how she repayed them for the good they did to her? Pope John Paul 2 declared the captain of the NATO army that killed the Serbs a saint, which is kept secret. The Albanians wanted a country of their own because they were under an Orthodox Christian nation. What i'm saying is true . Now whether you or the American public believes me or not, that is a different story. I know i am telling the truth... You could research about or look at what Greece and Russia had to say about it. Greece was ending humanitarian aid to the Serbs but NATO blew up the cargo with the much needed humanitarian supplies. NOW WHY WOULD DO THAT IF what the US and NATO did in Serbia was the right thing?...

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