Czech Activists Accused Madeleine Albright For The Bloodshed

During the promotion of a book by former U.S. secretary of State, Madeleine Albright at The new Luxor Palace of Books – Prague, Czech Republic 23.10., there was a general turmoil when the activists of the “Friends of the Serbs in Kosovo” organization asked her to sign the posters and CDs with the photos of atrocities committed over Serbs.

This was followed by a fierce reaction of security, and this association activists were attacked both verbally and physically. M. Albright although she tried to feign indifference and calmness, jumped from her chair and started shouting at attendees to get out. One of the participants, and a member of the Association of Friends of Kosovo Serbs, Daniel Huba, when asked why they were here today, responds:

“From the position of the USA Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright pushed for the bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999. when NATO planes bombed without a UN mandate. She also supported the jihad in Bosnia during 1992-1995, and the manipulation of the facts about Srebrenica, but also personally earned from privatization of Kosovo Telecommunications. She should therefore bear the consequences of her political decisions and acknowledge responsibility for the bloodshed, in which thousands of civilians were killed.”

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Russia urges NATO to investigate Libyan deaths

The campaign by Britain, France, the United States and their allies has severely divided the UN Security Council with Nato’s opponents blaming the strikes for the failure to condemn Syria’s clampdown on demonstrators.

A British Typhoon jet (L) and Eurofighter approach a Canadian Boeing CC-150 Polaris during a refuelling operation above the Mediterranean sea as part of the NATO operation over Libya

A British Typhoon jet (L) and Eurofighter approach a Canadian Boeing CC-150 Polaris during a refuelling operation above the Mediterranean sea as part of the NATO operation over Libya

Russia’s UN envoy Vitaly Churkin said he would speak to the UN Security Council this week about estimates given to The New York Times saying Nato air attacks this year had killed between 40 and 70 civilians in Libya.

Mr Churkin also criticised UN leader Ban Ki-moon for supporting the strikes by the United States, Britain, France and its allies against Gaddafi targets after the strongman’s clampdown on opposition protests.

“We hope that NATO is going to revisit this entire problem, is going to investigate this matter,” Mr Churkin told reporters.
“Unfortunately NATO adopted a pure propaganda stand claiming zero civilian casualties in Libya which was completely implausible first of all and secondly not true,” said the envoy.

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