It is safe to conclude that the ICTY is on the wrong path, but who is going to hold them responsible? We do not have to expect our politicians to do so, and the people are way too busy at work to delve into the real history behind the Yugoslavia war. Source link entries: nu.nl, facebookreporter.org
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia: Murder by medication?
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), co-founded by Ben Ottens of foundation De Roestige Spijker (translated The Rusty Nail) is not only questionable because it is likely that The Scorpions are the ones that executed the mass murder, it is also doubtful because people are imprisoned till they die. Ealier we saw that Slobodan Milosevic died in his cell, yet again a Serb political leader is dying a slow death in jail. That is to say, officially everything is happening as planned and you cannot officially call it a murder when someone just dies from their illness, however it is not that hard to “help” such a sick person a bit. No one will notice.
A real mass murderer by the name of Naser Oric not bene has been sentenced to only two years of imprisonment by the same court. Two years for the killing of more than 3,500 Serbs! This is simply a joke. Unfortunately, this once again goes largely unreported by the mainsteam media. It is simply ignored, and if it already is mentioned, then without all the necessary details. This Bosnian military leader, who received help from the Mudjahedien Muslim fighters, has committed the most gruesome murderers and was sentenced to only two years of imprisonment for his crimes.
Political leader Professor Dr. Vojislav Seselj is imprisoned in the Dutch city of Scheveningen. This notorious “anti-Serb” prison has already claimed the lives of at least a dozen alleged Serb “war criminals”. Many defendants “committed suicide” or proper medical care was denied to them. Currently, the latter is the case regarding Dr. Vojislav Seselj. He is suffering from colon cancer. Initially he refused treatment. Since December 19 last year, when Seselj underwent surgery on his colon, he has received only one chemotherapy. According to his wife, he has been placed in solitary confinement, meaning “a very unhealthy” prison. Subsequently, they refuse to give him additional chemotherapy treatment. The ICTY has justified the isolated detention of Seselj saying that chemotherapy is a danger to the environment.
It is save to conclude that the ICTY is on the wrong path, but who is going to hold them responsible? We do not have to expect our politicians to do so, and the people are way too busy at work to delve into the real history behind the Yugoslavia war. Moreover, a cozy King’s Day is upcoming. The show must go on. Want a beer?