[Marxism] Edward Herman Takes 'Em All on About Serbia

pero kovacevic at sympatico.ca
Sun Aug 7 10:18:52 MDT 2005


whose lip-man are you?

Do you seriously believe that "the Serbs
destroyed all the industrial capacity"?
And, since when did the villages in Former
Yugoslavia have "industrial capacity"?
If, instead of using Newsweek as the source
of enlightenment you used your own head and facts
perhaps you would spare us from your rubbish

Pero Kovacevic

on 7/8/05 1:20 AM, Roger Lippman at zeznuto1 at yahoo.com wrote:

> At Srebrenica, where genocide has been charged, the
> Serbs killed all the men they could get their hands
> on.  Interesting that RR says that is "maybe,
> probably, definitely" criminal. Do I detect some
> uncertainty here?
> If he thinks that it's not genocide unless they kill
> everyone, he should check the definition of genocide:
> "acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in
> part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious
> group..." See
> http://www.unhchr.ch/html/menu3/b/p_genoci.htm for the
> text of the Genocide Convention, which is
> international law.
> Perhaps you can imagine a post-industrial village
> without men. Post-industrial because the Serbs
> destroyed all the industrial capacity. Now it's women
> and children in primitive conditions trying to
> survive. See the recent Newsweek report on the
> Srebrenica-area village of Suceska, where 95% of the
> men were killed by the Serbs.
> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8553411/site/newsweek/
> --Roger Lippman
> --- rrubinelli <rrubinelli at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> The genocide charge [in Bosnia] was/is questionable.
> Brutal,
>> vicious, even criminal?  OK, maybe,
>> probably,  definitely. But it's not genocide if the
>> women and children are evacuated.
>> Did that occur, or not?
>> rr
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