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Who is Mahathir, former Prime Minister of Malaysia?
Mahathir tells NATO: Send Ground Troops to Kosovo!
We repost a wire from Associated Press,
12 April 1999
[Posted 1 December 2003]
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Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad, otherwise known as Mahathir, is once again posing as the Great Opponent of Imperialism. He blames all the problems of Muslims, real and imaginary, on the West and he blames the West on - "The Jews." This is nothing new. Hitler also railed against Western Imperialism, and Hitler also blamed "The Jews." Notably, even as Hitler railed, the rearmament of Germany was financed by the Western but very-un-Jewish Union Bank of New Jersey, controlled by Averill Harriman with the assistance of President Bush's grandfather and great grandfather, and by the un-JewishAllen Dulles's law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell.
In the case of Kosovo, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir's role was to support the NATO bombing by mobilizing public opinion for even harsher action. As we shall document shortly, Mahathir came to power 33 years ago by inciting ethnic Malays against ethnic Chinese in Malaysia. Hitler would be proud.
The AP story below repeats the usual lie that Serbian government forces targeted Albanian
civilians in Kosovo. The real story is explained by Kosovo historian
Cedomir Prlincevic in the interview, "Why Albanians Fled Kosovo During NATO's 1999
Bombing - the Truth about what Happened, " at
It's one of the most important articles on Emperor's Clothes.
-- Jared Israel
Malaysian Pm Calls For Ground Troops In Kosovo
Associated Press Worldstream; April 12, 1999; Monday 08:40 Eastern Time; Section: International News; Headline: Malaysian Pm Calls For Ground Troops In Kosovo; Dateline: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said Monday that NATO should send
ground forces to Kosovo to protect the remaining ethnic Albanians
there from Serb atrocities [sic!].
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