Saturday, March 18, 2006

Statement of the World Peace Council

Statement of the World Peace Council
The World Peace Council expresses its sincere sorrow for the death of the former President of Yugoslavia, Slobodan Milosevic who was kept imprisoned by the so-called International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (ICTY) of Hague, a completely controlled and paid “court” of the USA and NATO. The ICTY, an idea of the ex- Secretary of State of the USA, Madeline Albright and of her European allies, was installed only for one reason: to justify and legitimize the 78 days of bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999. Leaders and politicians who resisted to their plans had to pay for their non-compliance as now Slobodan Milosevic did, with their lives.The “conquerors” of the ex-united Yugoslavia, after splitting up the country, causing wars and destruction, bombings of civilians and protectorates, wanted to wash them clean in Hague. Humanity and the peace loving people of the world cannot forget and will not forgive the imperialist crimes in Yugoslavia.The WPC is expressing its deep respect for the brave attitude of Slobodan Milosevic, who refused to accept the blackmail both before and after the aggression in his country. Our deepest condolences to his family and to his party.The Secretariat of the WPC
13th March 2006

1 comment:

SiberianLight said...


The ICTY was established in 1993, by UN Security Council resolution - number 827, I believe.

Funding for ICTY comes from the UN General Assembly, to which NATO countries contribute proportionately. NATO does pay additional voluntary contributions to the ICTY's budget, as do a number of Muslim countries from around the world.