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Footnotes & Further Reading
 MPRI is a semiprivate wing of the US military-intelligence
apparatus, operating with State Department approval. The MPRI website is at
A key person in MPRI's Yugoslavia operation in the mid 1990s, when MPRI trained
the Croatian army and planned and led the Krajina invasion, was Gen. Carl Vuono.
A few years later, in 2001, the State Department posted a web page discussion
Vuono's leadership role in MPRI. (He was then MPRI's president) The State
Department web page described him as: "Former U.S. Army chief of staff General Carl Vuono, the
soldier who has been credited with helping revitalize the U.S. Army after the
War in Vietnam..."
Can anyone believe that when the top man in the US Army - Vuono was also in charge of
Desert Storm! - 'retires' and then immediately goes to work doing the same things
he was doing before he 'retired,' and doing them in a crisis-area, such
and doing them with State Department approval, that they are functioning only
as private sector consultants?
 For articles featuring the results of our research on
Yugoslavia, please go to
 Regarding the supposed judicial independence of The Hague
Tribunal, see "Official Statements Prove Hague 'Tribunal' Belongs to NATO," at
Regarding the charge that in Bosnia the U.S. backed Islamists, I have posted the
full text of then U.S. Ambassador to Yugoslavia Warren Zimmermann's interview
with the Croatian newspaper, Danas, in January of 1992, while George Bush, Sr.
was still US president. In the interview, conducted before the outbreak of
fighting in Yugoslavia, the Ambassador makes clear that the US is sponsoring the
aggressive Islamist, Alija Izetbegovic.
The Western media was fully aware that the US-backed Alija
Izetbegovic was not the leader of moderate Muslims, but a diehard Islamist.
This was clear from a few newspaper articles that told at least part of the
truth. One such is a New York Times piece reporting the fanatically
Muslim election campaign that Izetbegovic conducted following the sign the
Dayton Accords. After ,
 To understand why Krajina Serbs refused to be ruled by a
government, particularly one that emulated the Ustashe-run Croatia of World War
"The Case of Archbishop Stepinac: How the Catholic Church helped create and
govern Nazi Croatia during World War II."
You can access this report, which was issued by Yugoslavia's Washington Embassy
in 1947, with photos, at
or without photos at
To download it in Microsoft word, suitable for printing as a booklet for use in
schools, etc., go to
 The Xinhua News Agency.; August 8, 1995, Tuesday;
Length: 159 Words; Headline: US Rejects British Criticism Of Croatia; Dateline:
London, August 8; Item No: 0808274; Copyright 1991 The British Broadcasting
Corporation; BBC Summary of World Broadcasts; November 5, 1991, Tuesday;
Section: Part 2 Eastern Europe; B. Internal Affairs; Yugoslavia; Ee/1221/B/ 1;
Length: 135 Words; Headline: Serbs Flee From Western Slavonia As Croats Said To
Be Setting Up ''Work-Camps''; Source: (A) Radio Belgrade 1400 Gmt 3 Nov 91;
Excerpts From Report By Branislav Bozic
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