To Kill a Nation: The Attack on Yugoslavia
For 78 days in 1999, US and NATO forces launched round-the-clock aerial attacks against Yugoslavia, killing upwards of 3000 people in the name of humanitarianism. This book challenges mainstream media coverage of the war and uncovers hidden agendas behind Western talk and a decade-long disinformation campaign waged by western leaders.
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Review: To Kill A Nation: The Attack on YugoslaviaUser Review - Sydney Goggins - Goodreads
This short polemic claims that Serbian nationalists did not bear responsibility for the collapse of Yugoslavia, and that well-documented atrocities were fabrications, designed to provoke US ... Read full review
Review: To Kill A Nation: The Attack on YugoslaviaUser Review - sologdin - Goodreads
tidy little portrait of how US public relations firms managed perception of the Yugoslav wars on behalf of imperials interests. I still see plenty of well-meaning liberal types parroting the US ... Read full review
Whom Do We Believe?
Divide and Conquer
Solvenia Somewhat Out of Step
Croatia New Republic Old Reactionaries
Bosnia New Colonies
Republika Srpska Democracy NATO Style
NATOS War Crimes
The Genocide Hypes Continues
Where Are All the Bodies Buried?
Ethnic Cleansing KLANATO Style
Rational Destruction Eliminating the Competition
Multiculturalism in Yugoslavia
Yugoslavias Future Is It Bulgaria?
Privatization as a Global Goal