June 11, 1999; 10:00PM EDT - PostScript 1
Belgrade 1. Russian Troops Enter Kosovo First
New York 2. Four American Citizens Sue Clinton, Congress
Phoenix 3. Djurdjevic's Luncheon Speech on Kosovo
Phoenix 4. Media Reactions to "Communist Media -
Then and Now"
1. Russian Troops Enter Kosovo First
BELGRADE, June 11 - It wasn't a race, but the Russians "won" it anyway. As NATO delayed without explanation its entry into Kosovo until Saturday (which reportedly infuriated some British commanders in Macedonia who were all set to do it today), a contingent of Russian troops was the first foreign military unit to enter Yugoslavia today.
Russian jeeps, a communication vehicle, 16 armored personnel carriers (APCs), 23 trucks and "tank-trucks," all part of a Russian peacekeeping unit in Bosnia, passed through Belgrade on Friday afternoon, enroute to Kosovo, which they expected to reach by 10PM local time. All Russian vehicles were painted with camouflage green, and had "KFOR" signs on them, instead of the "SFOR" insignia used in Bosnia.
TiM Ed.: No reports as yet, if the smell of fresh paint was detectable.
The Russian motorcade was led by a white Mercedes of the Yugoslav Army, and a BMW of the Russian embassy, the Itar-Tass news agency reported. The 16 APCs were all flying Russian flags. The first KFOR peacemakers wore summer uniforms and flak jackets with airborne insignia.
Another unit of the Russian paratroopers reportedly also landed at the Slatina airport in Kosovo today.
TiM Ed.: Also check out "Who Won and Who Lost?" (S99-99, Day 72, Update 1, Item 4, June 3) to see the full significance of the Russian military presence in Kosovo.
2. Four American Citizens Sue Clinton, Congress
NEW YORK, June 10 - One day after a Clinton-appointed judge threw out a lawsuit against the Clinton administration (see S99-104, Day 78, Item 2, June 9), the WorldNetDaily, an Internet publisher, disclosed that four U.S. citizens filed a new lawsuit in the New York federal court charging not only the President, but also Congress, with violations of the Constitution.
Robert Schulz, a radio talk show host in New York, along with Milan Pavlovic, Gary Loughrey, and Stephen Oughton, filed a lawsuit against President Clinton, the Department of Defense, and Congress for their part in the continuing bombing of Yugoslavia by the United States and its allied members in NATO. The lawsuit was filed in an U.S. District Court in northern New York State. Judge Frederick Scullin has been assigned to the case.
Going a step further than the congressional suit, Schulz's lawsuit declared that the War Powers Resolution of 1973, which gives the president 60 days to utilize the Armed Forces as he sees fit before asking Congress for a declaration of war, is unconstitutional.
Concerning the new lawsuit, however, Schulz told WorldNetDaily that he filed it because of his concern that something is "seriously wrong in the country." "I've been concerned for some time with what seems to be our fundamental republican principles," said Schulz, pointing out he was not talking about political parties. "Our republican principles appear to be collapsing, and with them, the rule of law."
Having filed dozens of cases against various government entities for unconstitutional behavior, Schulz told the WorldNetDaily that he was no stranger to filing lawsuits against both individuals in government and government agencies.
Reacting to the news of this upstate New York challenge to Clinton's war on Yugoslavia, Robert Drobot, a TiM reader from California, did what many of you can also do - pick up a phone, call the judge, and tell him that we'd like our Constitution back, please.
Here are some excerpts from Mr. Drobot's letter to TiM, along with the judges phone and fax numbers:
Robert Drobot, California
TiM Ed.: Hear, hear! As we said in the Epilogue to NATO's war on Serbia (see S99-106, Day 79, Update 2, Item 2, June 10)... "Stay tuned. And stay active..." Until we bring all the New World Order hooligans to justice.
3. Djurdjevic's Luncheon Speech on Kosovo War
PHOENIX, June 11 - The TiM readers who live in and around Arizona, may want to jot down on their calendars the date - noon, Tuesday, June 15. And then pick up the phone and call (480) 443-0204 or (480) 483-3352, to register for TiM editor's luncheon speech on NATO's war on Serbia, hosted by the Scottsdale-based "We Hold These Truths" organization.
RSVPs are requested ASAP as the space is limited at the Phoenix restaurant at which the talk will take place. You can also register by faxing (480) 348-1645.
4. Media Reactions to "Communist Media - Then and Now"
PHOENIX, June 11 - Following the deafening silence by most of the American establishment media about the biggest anti-war rally held in this country since the Vietnam war (see S99-101, Day 74, Item 1, June 5), we shared with the TiM readers a freelance column "Communist Media - Then and Now" (see S99-102, Day 75, Item 2, June 6). The column brought an outpouring of support from the TiM readers all over the U.S. and the world (see (S99-105, Day 79, Update 1, Item 2, June 10).
Some of the TiM readers also asked us to report back the media editors' reactions to this freelance submission. So here is the tally...
We've sent the "Communist Media - Then and Now" piece by e-mail to 535 media editors around the world. In addition, we've also sent it by fax on June 7 to 54 major establishment media organizations, both in the U.S. and overseas.
Of all those people, we've received ONE e-mail response from a Wall Street Journal editor who said his paper did not deal in media critiques. And we received ONE fax from the editor-in-chief of London's Financial Times who said that, after having personally read the piece, it was not suitable for this leading European business daily.
So there you have it. One e-mail and one fax rejection - out of almost 600 submissions And both rejections came from business papers - evidently the "nice hooligans" among the NWO murderers.
The rest of the western media didn't even bother to reply. Too busy towing the line for the NWO "lie and deny" war criminals, are we to suppose?
The very first print publication which the Truth in Media had put out under its logo was a pamphlet titled, "The Truth Rejected." It was printed in October 1992. And it was about the lies and deceptions during the then unfolding Bosnian wars in the Balkans.
Nearly seven years later, we can conclude from the above global establishment media muted response to the truth in the "Communist Media - Then and Now" - that...
TiM Ed.: Now, just for the record, when we say "communist," we mean "totalitarian."
Back in 1969, when Bill Clinton trampled on the U.S. flag in England before traveling to the Soviet Union at the time when no "normal" Americans could ever have done it - our Draftdodger-in-Chief was merely being an old-style "red."
Now, in 1999, this turncoat NWO whore is serving the West Side Gang's totalitarian interests - the "state capitalists" and/or the "death merchants" who paid for his trip to Washington - the only winners in yet another massacre of mankind.. And the only beneficiaries in "Clinton's et. al." attempted abduction of the U.S. Constitution from the American people.
Red, blue or white? Clinton, Gore or Albright? Who cares under what symbol these hooligans murder innocent people - that of the hammer and sickle or NATO's?
Just take a look at a great cartoon, "Another NATO Humanitarian Mission," now posted at our Web site. We received it over a month ago from a Belgrade source. But we wanted to wait until NATO's occupation of Kosovo gave it a contemporary meaning.
Enjoy... Or weep... Either way, don't bother supporting Coke, Macs, Nike, CNN, Microsoft, Shell, Texaco, Motorola or IBM. Unless you want to have your kids come home in body bags on day.
Also, check out... Truth in Media Statement on Kosovo Crisis, "Wither Dayton, Sprout New War?", "On the Brink of Madness", "Tragic Deja Vu's," "Seven U.S. Senators Suggest Ouster of Milosevic", "Biting the Hand That Feeds You", "A Balkan Affairs Potpourri", "Put the U.N. Justice on Trial", "International Justice 'Progresses' from Kidnapping to Murder", "Milosevic: 'A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery'...", "Kosovo Lie Allowed to Stand", "New World Order's Inquisition in Bosnia", "Kosovo Heating Up", "Decani Monastery Under Siege?", "Murder on Wall Street", "Kosovo: 'Bosnia II', Serbia's Aztlan", "What If the Shoe Were on the Other Foot?", "Green Interstate - Not Worth American Lives", "An American Hero or Actor of the Year?" (A June '95 TiM story) and/or "Clinton arme secrètement les musulmans bosniaques"
Or Djurdjevic's WASHINGTON TIMES columns: "Chinese Dragon Wagging Macedonian Tail," "An Ugly Double Standard in Kosovo Conflict?", "NATO's Bullyboys", "Kosovo: Why Are We Involved?", and "Ginning Up Another Crisis"