Saturday, March 11, 2006

Western powers and their meddling in Serbia and Montenegro

Saturday, March 11, 2006
By Boba Borojevic

From the interview with Dr. Srdja Trifkovic for "Monday's Encounter" on CKCU 93.1 FM in Ottawa. February 15, 2006 - Milo Djukanovic started talking about the referendum as far back as the late 1990s. After his election victory in 1997 he made a sharp turn. He used to belong to the Milosevic establishments but then turned his back on Milosevic, and finally became a separatist who claimed that the state union had no future regardless of Milosevic.
Many people had expected after the democratic changes in Serbia in October of 2000 that he would change track, but in fact his pro-separatist rhetoric got even more stringent and more implacable after October 5th. It has been an ongoing process, which has now reached a feverish pitch.

Dr. Srdja Trifkovic, the director of the Center for International Affairs at the Rockford Institute, says that the role of the Western powers has been all along to provide covert support to Djukanovic while at the same time pretending that they are either neutral or even supportive of the continuation of the common state. “We have ample evidence for this,” says Trifkovic. ........(continued)


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