Tuesday, September 01, 2009
Bosnia: Bill Clinton's Mess
Oh, yeah, perjury and legal maneuvers in attempts to deny a woman her right to due legal process and the justice system. That pretty much sums up Bubba's legacy. Oh - and Monica on her knee pads and her vajajay being used as a cigar humidor. Liberals are classy, huh?
Well, at least Bubba can point to success in Bosnia, right? Uh...wait, not so much. UPI:
Bosnia remains mired in ethnic divisions 14 years after a peace agreement brokered largely by the United States came into effect, analysts say.
Bosnian leaders say Bosnia is hardening along ethnic and religious lines as U.S. and European hopes that it could be rebuilt as a pluralistic democracy appear stymied by political gridlock and economic hard times, The Washington Post reported Sunday.
The newspaper said Bosnian Serbs are talking openly of secession, while ethnic Croatians are leaving the country and religious schisms with Muslims are widening, evidenced by street protests late last year sparked when Bosnian Muslim school officials in Sarajevo tried to ban "Santa Claus" from delivering Christmas gifts to kindergartens.
Bubba approved of supplying terrorists with weapons. Glassrbije:
Former Republika Srpska President Radovan Karadzic, currently tried at the Hague Tribunal, says the US government, as agreed with other states, supplied Bosnian Muslims with weapons during war in Bosnia in the 1990s, despite the UN embargo, the Hague Tribunal announced. An investigation of the US Congress showed that between 1993 and 1995, discussions between US President Bill Clinton and US State Department officials were held at three intervals on the transfer of weapons to Bosnian Muslims by the Saudi Arabian, Turkish and Pakistani governments, Karadzic wrote in his submission to the Trial Chamber.
A 1997 document of the US Congress reveals how the Clinton administration --under advice from the National Security Council headed by Anthony Lake-- had "helped turn Bosnia into a militant Islamic base" leading to the recruitment through the so-called "Militant Islamic Network," of thousands of Mujahedin from the Muslim world.
Perhaps most threatening to the SFOR mission - and more importantly, to the safety of the American personnel serving in Bosnia - is the unwillingness of the Clinton Administration to come clean with the Congress and with the American people about its complicity in the delivery of weapons from Iran to the Muslim government in Sarajevo. That policy, personally approved by Bill Clinton in April 1994 at the urging of CIA Director-designate (and then-NSC chief) Anthony Lake and the U.S. ambassador to Croatia Peter Galbraith, has, according to the Los Angeles Times (citing classified intelligence community sources), "played a central role in the dramatic increase in Iranian influence in Bosnia." Further, according to the Times, in September 1995 National Security Agency analysts contradicted Clinton Administration claims of declining Iranian influence, insisting instead that "Iranian Revolutionary Guard personnel remain active throughout Bosnia."
The Clinton Green Light to Iranian Arms Shipments (page 3): In April 1995, 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.
Prosecuting the Clinton Crime Family should have been something that W. Bush should have pursued to the fullest extent of the law. But he didn't do this. And what did it get him? Only hatred and vilification from The Left. Not prosecuting the Clinton War Criminals is one of the biggest injustices W. Bush failed to act on.
The Liberal Culture of Death. It's everywhere. It's all they know. They worship Death and fund terrorists.
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