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Czech activists accused Madeleine Albright for the bloodshed (VIDEO)


25 October 2012

Czech activists accused Madeleine Albright for the bloodshed (VIDEO)


Madeleine Albright/ Maria Jana Korbel as a child in Belgrade, 1938 /Source

Prague, Czech Republic – During the promotion of a book by former U.S. secretary of State, Madeleine Albright at The new Luxor Palace of Books, there was a general turmoil when the activists of the “Friends of the Serbs in Kosovo” organization asked her to sign the posters and CDs with the photos of atrocities committed over Serbs.

Madeleine Albright shouting at the Chech activists

This was followed by a fierce reaction of security, and this association activists were attacked both verbally and physically. M. Albright although she tried to feign indifference and calmness, jumped from her chair and started shouting at attendees to get out. One of the participants, and a member of the Association of Friends of Kosovo Serbs, Daniel Huba, when asked why they were here today, responds:

“From the position of the USA Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright pushed for the bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999. when NATO planes bombed without a UN mandate. She also supported the jihad in Bosnia during 1992-1995, and the manipulation of the facts about Srebrenica, but also personally earned from privatization of Kosovo Telecommunications. She should therefore bear the consequences of her political decisions and acknowledge responsibility for the bloodshed, in which thousands of civilians were killed. “

Source: http://www.pravda.rs/2012/10/25/pometnja-na-promociji-knjige-madlen-olbrajt-cesi-je-optuzili-za-krvoprolice-video/

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