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Re: <nettime> Genocide: what's in a word?
valery grancher on Tue, 6 Apr 1999 13:46:43 +0200 (CEST)


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Re: <nettime> Genocide: what's in a word?


> There are, however, jargonistic terms which have reached their widest
> circulation in the Balkan crisis. I am referring to that appalling phrase:
> ethnic cleansing.
>
> Can anyone tell me where this phrase originated? Was it a journalists
> invention meant to link the expulsion and extermination of the Kosovan
> Albanians to the plight of the Jews in W.W.II Europe? or is it the
> rhetoric of the Serbian perpetrators themselves?
>

This expression is coming from Milosevic himself in 1992 when he was agressing
Croatia by organizing collective rape on croatian women to make them pregnant:
like this until 2 generations croatians are 50 % serb and then until 2
generations 75 % !!!!!
he was calling that ethnic purification:
he was killing men and keeping women to purify the race ....
He's bringing a new step to Hitler ...
That's why he may be assimilated to a nazi !!!!
he's starting again this process in Kosovo: source from europe manager of HCR
(Paris) ....

All my best,

Valery Grancher
vgranger {AT} imaginet.fr
http://www.imaginet.fr/nomemory

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