November 30, 2017
That’s pretty much how I hope to go out one day, too.
If removing kebab is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.
And neither did Slobodan Praljak.
The hero expressed his righteous indignation at being convicted of “crimes against humanity” merely for defending his people and cleansing his nation of the durka durka hordes. But how can you commit a crime against “humanity” for something you did to Moslems?
Will your mom also be tried at the Hague court for spraying her apartment against termites?
Grime again hubanidy :DDDDDD
A former Bosnian Croat military commander swallowed what he said was poison in a U.N. war crimes courtroom on Wednesday and died shortly after losing an appeal against his 20-year prison term.
Slobodan Praljak’s apparent courtroom suicide, which was broadcast on a video feed, came in the final minutes of the last judgment at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, which closes next month after 24 years.
The white-bearded Praljak, 72, was taken to hospital after drinking from a flask or glass as an ICTY judge read out appeals rulings against him and five other convicted Bosnian Croat war criminals, tribunal spokesman Nenad Golcevski said.
I just drank poison,” the ex-general told the stunned court. “I am not a war criminal. I oppose this conviction.” After gulping down the drink, he sat back down and slumped in his chair, said a lawyer who was in the courtroom at the time.
“Praljak drank a liquid in court and quickly fell ill,” Golcevski said. He was treated by tribunal medical staff, but “passed away today at the HMC hospital in The Hague”, he said.
History repeats itself. When will humanity ever learn?
Many of our great heroes go out in the same way – their greatness unrecognized by society.
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic, whose country was the patron of separatist Croat forces in Bosnia’s 1992-95 war, said he regretted Praljak’s death and offered condolences to his family. “His act tells the most about deep ethical injustice toward the six Bosnian Croats and the Croatian people.”
The ICTY upheld on appeal Praljak’s conviction on charges of crimes against humanity over persecution, murders and expulsions of Bosnian Muslims from territory captured by nationalist Bosnian Croats and the brutal imprisonment of 1,000 Muslims.
In other words, he did nothing wrong.
The whole concept of “war crimes” was always a nonsensical hoax perpetrated in order to justify going after people the Jews hate. Any military action going against the Jew’s interests is a “war crime,” meanwhile anything the Jews do or benefit from is “justifiable” use of force.
If anything, removing Moslems from Europe is a boon to humanity; after all, a prosperous, safe and free Europe will do more for this planet than anything Moslems have ever done.
Rest in peace, Praljak.
May your spirit live on in Valhalla.