Monday, March 13, 2006

Take your pick

Toxicologist Donald Uges has confirmed that rifampicin, a drug used against leprosy and tb was found in Milosevic's body.
The question now is how did it get there. There are only two possibilities.

Firstly, Milosevic took the drugs himself -to make himself ill.
Secondly, the drugs were admininstered by the Tribunal.

In 2002, sources within the Tribunal revealed that Milosevic had been given the wrong medication for his heart condition, this claim was reported in the Dutch media. Then, he very nearly died of a heart attack.

I'll leave you to make your own minds up as to whether you favour the first, or second explanation.

6 comments:

1defender said...

These guys are in real trouble. They would not allow him to have croissants (the guards would take them from him) and he has a build up of this strong drug inside him!?! It doesn't look as if one could get this over the counter, not that he could have gone to get it. Looks pretty clear that they killed him either through poisoning or sheer neglect. Looks like they are worse then they accuse him of being. They will try to squirm out of it but the rats should pay the price. Close down the meal ticket, I say

1defender said...

These guys are in real trouble. They would not allow him to have croissants (the guards would take them from him) and he has a build up of this strong drug inside him!?! It doesn't look as if one could get this over the counter, not that he could have gone to get it. Looks pretty clear that they killed him either through poisoning or sheer neglect. Looks like they are worse then they accuse him of being. They will try to squirm out of it but the rats should pay the price. Close down the meal ticket, I say

Neil Clark said...

They certainly are in real trouble.
And as more and more people are waking up to the Empire's lies- and the lovely, democratic way they deal with people who stand in their way- so the Empire's apologists are becoming more hysterical.
Look at Stephen Pollard's blog today (be sure to wear gloves and a gas mask)- its highly toxic) - the man devotes the whole day to attacking me, William Spring and this blog.
Pollard, the prolific journalist, writer and signatory to The Henry Jackson Society- wouldn't you think he's got anything better to do?
Their game's up and they know it.

The Exile said...

Yeah, the Pollard site is a good laugh. I like the way that he attacks the point about refigerated lorries by attacking your source's claims re the 11th September.

Now, it may be that Mr. Gil-White is completely out of his tree with regards to the latter, but does that make him wrong about the former?

Rubbishing the writer, rather than the idea, is a sure sign the the rubbisher cannot answer the charges.

Good work!

1defender said...

The lorry story was discredited long ago. It was an American plant by the awful Natasha Kandic who would have sold her grandmother for a smile from the occupier. It was such a piece of junk. Unbelieveable that anyone fell for it. Reading people's comments in the last few days I am not surprised. Nobody thinks in this country. They just swallow the propaganda without question.

gbm said...

You guys are missing something. The Dutch connection. That was a Dutch Marine unit at Srbiniza (I know, I misspelled it). That incident, when info came out, caused the fall of a Dutch government.

While it may not be as Socialist sexy an explanation, the drug could have be given to Slobo by a motovated Dutchperson.

In any respect, I don't think that Slobo took the crap. He had drawn attention to it, only to have his concerns poopooed by the UN PTB. Hell, I think that the normal Western attitude toward anyone who wants to throw themselves on to the treatment of Russian medicine would be that they deserve the treatment that they get. Yet here the tribunal stopped Slobo from going. Stupid. Would the Russian hide "The Butcher of the Balkans" from the world? Doubt it.

But if it became clear that he was being poisoned in Dutch/UN custody, maybe something else would have had to be done. And if the tribunal was in possession of info that said he had the 'bad' drug in his body, what steps did they take to stop the process?

Are 'these guys' in trouble. Nah -- just cleaning up some loose ends. Got to get out of Iraq; get into Iran in a less direct way and at the same time do something about Pakistan. You guys are missing the hints.

Any of you ever read the "Yankee-Cowboy Wars" by Carl Davidson? Cowboys just had major setbacks. Points to Yankees. We are back on the covert and indirect means approach while we rebuild our military.

Certain Serbs have just moved WAY up in US judgment. So there is a certain amount of hand cleaning going on. Besides, that trial had gone on too long. And I'd bet that Mladic, at least, never shows in Den Haag.

Sorry to go on like this. But sometimes I think you all are a bit too provincial. Here's the precis of what I'm thinking on this.

Slobo was being done in by the Dutch independently. No one was stopping them - if they knew - because it was a matter of convenience. There is substantially private re-directed effort to covertly disrupt the more coherently organized Moslem states and that effort is supported by political interests in the US that are opposed to the present US Administration.