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Ivo Skoric on Sat, 3 Apr 1999 07:52:18 +0200 (CEST)


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Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999 17:23:51 +0000
Subject: (Fwd) Maybe Nelson Mandela ?

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Date:          Thu, 1 Apr 1999 18:10:50 +0200
From:          wam kat <wam {AT} mir.org>

wam 1. Apr. 1999
(This is not a joke)

Some people have already launched this idea as far as I know, never
the less it isn't taken serious up to now.

WHY NOT INVITE NELSON MANDELA AS PEACE MEDIATATOR FOR THE KOSOVO
CRISES !!!

I think the reason is clear, he is at least a person who is not
involved in this situation so heavily. He is a world wide respected
person and maybe he can establish a break through.

Spread this idea around, talk about and give it further to anyperson
you may think can be helpfull to realise this option,

MIR SADA !!!!

wam


mir od mene,

                    wam:-)

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WHY NOT NELSON MANDELA AS PEACE MEDIATOR IN KOSOVO

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Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999 17:24:12 +0000
Subject: (Fwd) FW: Quote of the year

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"We may not have the means to stop it, but we have shown we have the 
will to try," 

Secretary General Javier Solana
Tuesday 30 March 1999

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In the same spirit, on April 1, MSNBC had a call-in poll: "Will 
Albanians thank us?"

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Go figure.....

ivo

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Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999 17:24:22 +0000
Subject: late edits

Yugoslav Army and paramilitary units just "ethnically cleansed" 
Dragodan and Taslixhe neighbourhoods of the most populated Kosovo 
town of Prishtina (around a quarter of population lives there). Those 
two neighbourhoods are the highest points in the town. Now, Serbs can 
shell the rest of the town in surrender from there.

You can read more about it from a reporter who continued 
to write his e-mail message up to the moment of eviction 
at http://www.iwpr.net

By the end of the next week Albanians will be a minority in Kosovo 
with the current course of action.

Veton Surroi, the editor of Koha Ditore and the possible civilian 
leader of eventually independent Kosovo, is now, reportedly, dead, 
killed while he was returning from a funeral for his lawyer friend. 
CNN did not report that yet waiting for confirmation (they were 
embarassed once by saying that two intelectuals were killed, and they 
weren't).

Brittish Intelligence (the home of 007) has two interesting 
information to share with us:

1. Primakov received $ 800,000 from Saddam Hussein for various 
assistance. He must have been getting something from Milosevic, too - 
given his stern support for somebody who sided with the coup against 
Gorbacov some years ago.

2. Milosevic is planning a coup against Milo Djukanovic, the 
president of Montenegro. Djukanovic refused to expell foreign 
diplomats and to introduce mobilisation of people for the army and 
the state of emergency. His justice minister refused to answer the 
draft notice and invited the army to sue him.

Meanwhile, in Belgrade three Americans are being put on trial before 
the military court. Even in Serbia they should be allowed a right to 
a lawyer: I will love to see who would fill those shoes.

ivo

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Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999 17:24:03 +0000
Subject: (Fwd) SEND AN E-MAIL TO MILOSEVIC

Serbian hackers are overloading message boards and web sites with 
their crap. How about spamming Slobodan Milosevic?

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>slobodan.milosevic {AT} gov.yu

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Date: Fri, 2 Apr 1999 17:23:42 +0000
Subject: (Fwd) WEBSTOCK: cyberculture against genocide

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PLANET GENERATION GLOBAL MOVE
WEBSTOCK:CYBERCULTURE CONTRA GENOCIDE
JOIN the on-line Forum and live on 16  April 1999
Hosting: the Web Bar in Paris

While one of the harshest genocides in history is taking place in the
very heart of Europe, ART-IVISTS from the planetary and global
generation are intensifying L'ART-EVOLUTION. With Webstock, continuum
music and video live (San Francisco, New York, Toulouse, Paris).
Join us for the on-line forum and live act, or at the Web Bar in Paris,
32 rue de Picardie, 75003.

 Artists and intellectuals from Albania, France, USA, Africa, Serbia,
who oppose Milosevic's genocidal policy  and criticize Nato's hazardous
policy will be participating.

With the collective of Planet Generation Global Move
(France-Haïti-New York) and the support of Foundation France-Libertés
and Abbé Pierre.

  http://www.lesouvriers.com/webstock
 http://www.webbar.fr


e mail : kosovokr {AT} worldnet.fr

PEACE
PG2M

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