Statement on the Death of Slobodan Milosevic
The International Committee For the Defence of Slobodan Milosevic condemns the deliberate refusal of the fascist Hague tribunal to honour all civilized codes of decency and law which have resulted in the death of President Slobodan Milosevic in their hands today, March 11, 2006.
Their actions are tantamount to the murder of a man who stood as a symbol of resistance to the New World Order and a symbol of and fighter for the independence and soverereignty of the peoples of Yugoslavia and for social justice in the world. This was his only crime.
We demand that there be an international, independent enquiry into the circumstances and cause of his death and that his family, his party and his supporters be party to that enquiry.
We also demand the right of his wife and family to attend his funeral without fear of persecution, arrest or any other impediment to their right to honour their beloved husband, comrade and father.
To the people of Yugoslavia we offer our profound sympathies. Yet, though he is no longer with us in body, his ceaseless courage, his determination to show the world the truth about the aggression by the western powers against Yugoslavia, his spirit of resistance to the new fascism, and his constant belief in the strength and spirit of the people, will forever light the darkness into which the world has descended.
We salute him and will forever thank and honour him.
Christopher Black Chair, Legal Committee and Vice-Chair ICDSM 255-744-666-972 firstname.lastname@example.org
I have written about Milosevic, Serbs and lessons about the World. Already. I think my Serbian friends who the above Christopher Black wishes to extend his sympathies too. Are far from sad now. Mr Black should be apologizing for using their suffering for his own Anti-West soapbox. And be glad that he lives in a country that unlike Serbia under Milosevic allows him to write such crap.