Hillary’s Bosnia Lie

I received a letter from my grandparents today with a photo of barack on a phone. I had to explain it was a photoshopped image of this one. I’m not really a Barack supporter, I’m just anti-Hillary. To show how vile and sick she is, I must devote this morning to a blog post:



This is a video of strictly the news coverage on CBS

For a video of every account where Hillary uses Bosnians to her advantage [click]

Forget the YouTube version of events and the Howard Wolfson’s twist on what happened. Here is the historical rather than personal aspect, which is what you should focus on. Note the date that Sen. Clinton visited Tuzla. She went there in March 1996. By that time, the critical and tragic phase of the Bosnia war was over, as was the greater part of her husband’s fist term. What had happened in the interim? In particular, what had happened to the promise in 1992, that four years earlier, genocide in Bosnia would be opposed by a Clinton administration?

President Bill Clinton had not found it convenient to keep this promise. Let me quote from Sally Bedell Smith’s admirable book on the happy couple, For Love of Politics:

Taking the advice of Al Gore and National Security Advisor Tony Lake, Bill agreed to a proposal to bomb Serbian military positions while helping the Muslims acquire weapons to defend themselves—the fulfillment of a pledge he had made during the 1992 campaign. But instead of pushing European leaders, he directed Secretary of State Warren Christopher merely to consult with them. When they balked at the plan, Bill quickly retreated, creating a “perception of drift.” The key factor in Bill’s policy reversal was Hillary, who was said to have “deep misgivings” and viewed the situation as “a Vietnam that would compromise health-care reform.” The United States took no further action in Bosnia, and the “ethnic cleansing” by the Serbs was to continue for four more years, resulting in the deaths of more than 250,000 people.

I can personally witness to the truth of this, too. I can remember, first, one of the Clintons’ closest personal advisers—Sidney Blumenthal—referring with acid contempt to Warren Christopher as “a blend of Pontius Pilate with Ichabod Crane.” I can remember, second, a meeting with Clinton’s then-Secretary of Defense Les Aspin at the British Embassy. When I challenged him on the sellout of the Bosnians, he drew me aside and told me that he had asked the White House for permission to land his own plane at Sarajevo airport, if only as a gesture of reassurance that the United States had not forgotten its commitments. The response from the happy couple was unambiguous: He was to do no such thing, lest it distract attention from the first lady’s health care “initiative.”

It isn’t necessary for me to point out that the United States didn’t receive national health care in return for its acquiescence in the murder of tens of thousands of European civilians. But perhaps that is the least of it. If I were to be asked if Sen. Clinton has ever lost any sleep over those heaps of casualties, I have the distinct feeling that I could guess the answer. She has no tears for anyone but herself. Eventually, and over her strenuous objections, the United States and its allies did rescue our honor and did put an end to Slobodan Milosevic and his state-supported terrorism. Yet instead of preserving a polite reticence about this, or at least an appropriate reserve, Sen. Clinton now has the obscene urge to claim the raped and slaughtered people of Bosnia as if their misery and death were somehow to be credited to her account! Words begin to fail me at this point. Is there no such thing as shame? Is there no decency at last? Let the memory of the truth, and the exposure of the lie, at least make us resolve that no Clinton ever sees the inside of the White House again. Funny how Hillary’s interest in pumping up her foreign policy credentials happens to coincide exactly with her supposedly faulty memory, which is a good indicator that a politician is lying. Although I doubt anyone is surprised.

Actual Footage of the gunfire:

sources you should read before accepting the truth:

[WashingtonPost.com] – article 1
[WashingtonPost.com] – article 2
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For The Love of Politics]
[Yahoo News] – Inlcuding Howard Wolfson’s take “misspeak”
[USA Today]
[AgainstHillary.com]
[Associated Press] fed to [breitbart.com

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