Carto's Cutlass Supreme wrote:This kind of language is holocaust myth-like.
I know of a famous barbed wire photo (to imply concentration camp) on the cover of Time or Newsweek that brought the public into indignation against Serbia but was a photo later shown to be out of context so as to make pro-war propaganda.
Then there is Robert Holbrooke, one of the biggest proponents of intervention. A Jew with a very anglo name who later became security council representative using the the USA veto power to support Israel. I think Tom Lantos was also a big interventionist.
I remember the Jewish controlled media at the time of that conflict putting out pro-war propaganda articles against Serbia, and I remember often mentioned comparisons to Hitler and ethnic cleansing.
I remember US bombs included bomblets (or cluster bombs?) in a market place if I remember, and journalists killed when the tv station was bombed.
I remember an article on General Wesley Clark who had discovered his father was a Chicago politician and Jewish, saying something about connecting the Jewish holocaust to his military actions in Serbia and preventing something similar to what happened to the Jews from happening in the former Yugoslavia.
This all fits the mold quite well of subsequent military actions based on bogus info and propaganda.
This is off topic though, and I haven't really studied it.
See here: The Picture that Fooled the World - http://www.stormfront.org/forum/t900522/
And there were also staged 'massacres' like the "Racak massacre" "which the United States cited as a major reason for the bombing campaign [in Yugoslavia]" : http://www.mediamonitors.net/gowans1.html - http://www.hirhome.com/yugo/ranta.htm.
As others here, I disagree with borjastick on that point. Wars are complicated things. There may exist conventions and agreements on different matters (POW's, etc.), when your relatives or friends have been killed by people of the other side, you just retaliate on people of the other side (even on the innocent ones). That's human. But that doesn't prove your side planned and implemented a genocide, an extermination of the people of the other side...