Russians Volunteering to Fight for Serbs? : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

Several articles on the KLA being a terrorist organization, as well as this one regarding Russians volunteering to fight with the Serbs against NATO forces:

Please note: this is William Cooper's site. Much of what he says is difficult to believe, regardless of its veracity. Flame if you're so inclined, but in any event READ what he's written and prove/disprove it for yourself, instead of rejecting it out of hand.

-- sparks (, March 26, 1999


Perhaps this link is more trustworthy?


These days, a computer meltdown (with no electricity/water) is the least of my worries...

-- Anonymous99 (, March 26, 1999.

Doesn't it seem odd that we would provide the technology to China that would allow them to strike the U.S. as well as anger the great bear? Either Clinton is greedy and stupid (hmm...) or we may be looking to start another profitable cold war.

-- d (d@dgi.old), March 26, 1999.

Or, maybe Clinton is simply a traitor. Not a new concept, you know.

-- sparks (, March 26, 1999.

Traitor gets my vote, sparks.

-- Roger (, March 26, 1999.

I vote for all of the above:

He's a greedy stupid traitor...

and a whole lot of American servicemen may just die proving that...



-- Arlin H. Adams (, March 26, 1999.

Worse yet, Arlin, a whole lot more Americans may die here in the U.S.

-- sparks (, March 26, 1999.

It was only a matter of time. Reality bites.

-- Deborah (, March 27, 1999.


Hope you don't mind, I'm going to post that link at a thread from yesterday.

I wish I had been wrong, this scares me.

-- Kato (, March 27, 1999.

"I am sick and tired of the American president's obnoxiousness," (from anonomous's linked article)

Join the club.

-- Deborah (, March 27, 1999.

I hate to think of all of the brave service people who may die because of this draft dodger. I vote that we bring back George Bush. He at least knows what it is like to have his own life on the line.

-- Angry at Clinton (, March 27, 1999.

What's really obnoxious is the beginning news about bringing back the draft. Timing could not be more ominous.

Belgrade Preview of Y2K Effects

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-- Leska (, March 27, 1999.

Okay, well we can add this to the Clinton is a big fat liar list.

Drudge reporting now:

The WASHINGTON POST is reporting that the deteriorating situation in Kosovo has prompted discussions among senior NATO and U.S. officials about the possibility of introducing U.S. and allied ground forces into

Leska, add this to your post, & I'm beginning to feel sick. the three-day-old air campaign against the Yugoslav military...

-- Deborah (, March 27, 1999.

Whoops, that got really messed up! Leska, I didn't realize that was already posted! sigh

-- Deborah (, March 27, 1999.

Deborah & Kato, nice to see another couple posting and reacting to the news! Sometimes we feel like we're the only folks not couch potatoing to sitcoms. We don't even *have* a couch! Have a little TV for earthquake just in case news. The "regular" news is too much non-substantial noise -- irritating. Even movies no escape any more. The last 3 we went to see were recommended as comedies and at the end of each we were crying and bummed. So this Forum is a relief -- at least here ppl are thinking and trying and mostly supporting each other's efforts. Tonight I'm busy being thankful that Ashton is almost beyond draft age :-)

They wouldn't take me -- I bite ;-)

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-- Leska (, March 27, 1999.

Thanks Leska,(and Ashton)

I've been looking for an opportunity to tell you how much I appreciate your posts. You always make me smile/laugh, this is a much needed thing these days!

Hubby's name isn't Kato, (it's a nick name) a regular here shares his name, so we thought it would cut down on confusion. He usually works quite late, so I'm alone, but he was injured on the job, so he's home right now.

I will admit the TV has been on a bit more with this whole ugly Kosovo thing going on. Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words.

Kato says thank you for making him feel welcome as he just started posting, this is new to him & he thought he was going to get attacked (he has lurked a bit!) ;-)

It is definately good to be here where people are thinking about things that matter.

Also, I am afraid Kato is of draft age, however with his history of work related injuries they would have to be pretty desperate. The military would be a nightmare for me, I was expelled from Catholic School! ;-)

BTW We saw 'Analyze This' this week, it was pretty funny. Not the greatest, but fun.

-- Deborah (, March 27, 1999.

Hi there. Yesterday we thought we'd get away from sorrow and go see "Shakespeare in Love," which was recommended as a comedy. Right. Tragedy! No more movies! As it is, we watch our pts die before our eyes, after we've become very close, and they watch us reading this Forum; sometimes they read the Forum too, if they're interested. It's quite a balancing juggle making sure not to glom on the gloomer glum. We're usually shut-in 24/7 with our hospice patients, and the bright neon screen of our iMac is our window to the world ... Thanks for your light of postings, Deborah & Kato -- a braided candle of comradery across cyberspace. Peace

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-- Leska (, March 27, 1999.

;-D I was expelled innumerable times, what little I went. Just never did fit in. I'd be a nightmare for the military LOL. Bet we'd get along, Deborah.

-- Leska (, March 27, 1999.

Me too! ;-D

-- Deborah (, March 27, 1999.

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