Legendarni poslednji miting Vojislava Seselja !!!

Ja kada cujem radikale, bilo gde, na prenosu Skupstine, TV duelu ili sl. menjam kanal.
Izbegavam ih i za druzenje, a kada se silom prilika susretnem sa nekim od njih-izbegavam politicke teme.

Ne, ja zaista nemam protiv radikala nista (simpaticni su mi), ali konkretno za dobrovoljce (njihove) imam negativno misljenje.

Mislis citala si negde, ili gledala na televizoruz:mrgreen:

Ne, pricao mi jedan radikal (dobrovoljac) s ratista kad se vratio.
Stop the Murder of Vojislav Šešelj!
Alexander Mezyaev
26.09.2010 | 20:27
The trial of Vojislav Šešelj in the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
(ICTY) is entering a new phase which promises to be the riskiest one for the Serbian Radical
Party's leader since his imprisonment eight years ago. Bluntly speaking, the secret operation
aimed at killing Šešelj is already nearing completion.
The complexity of the situation stems from the fact that the trial became a quagmire but – due
to entirely political regards – acquitting Šešelj will never even be considered. It is an open
secret how the Hague Tribunal resolved a similar problem in the case of S. Milosevic, but at
the moment the situation around the trial of Šešelj seems even more embarrassing for the
prosecution as 13 of its witnesses stated right at the trial that they had testified under ITCY
pressure. The witnesses reported being blackmailed into slandering Šešelj by hints that otherwise
indictments against them would follow and by threats against their families. They also
told about psychological pressure and sleep deprivation during interviews as well as about the
prosecution's offers of identity change and relocation to various Western countries in exchange
for testimony. On September 19 I heard personally the accounts of the above presented
by the witnesses at a Belgrade international conference on the trial of Šešelj.
The official reaction of the Hague Tribunal to the revelations materialized in the form of the
June 29, 2010 court order which greenlighted an investigation into the complaints that the
witnesses had been forced to testify against Šešelj. The seemingly commendable step does
appear alarming in several respects.
First, the impression that it is the the prosecution that is going to be investigated is misleading.
The judicial chamber actually ruled to appoint an amicus prosecutor authorized to decide
whether there are sufficient grounds to initiate a proceeding against certain members of the
prosecution. Secondly, it would be wrong to assume that proceedings could be initiated
against Carla Del Ponte, Hildegard Uertz-Retzlaff, and Daniel Saxon. As prosecutors, not
members of the prosecution mentioned in the ruling, they are not going to face investigation.
What could the purpose of such games be ? Thirdly, the judicial chamber delegated the total
authority to decide on the sufficiency of grounds to the amicus prosecutor. The question arising
in the context is: shouldn't it be the court's responsibility to make the conclusion?

interesantno, da i o ovom slucaju opet stranci znaju istinu i zalazu se za oslobadjanje Seselja...............
"zaustavite Seseljeve ubice"
..............samo neki Srbi nece nikad ukapirati sta imamo, ko smo i sta smo, i kako nas svet zaista vidi i sta sve zna