Instead of paving the way for an Islamic state, BBBBBBolton saysالمسبار (heh, he didn’t really say that.) The United States stands foursquare in the creation of an overwhelmingly
Muslim country in the heart of Europe (Lantos said that.)
Does America Really Want A New Rogue "State" Led By Jihad Terrorists And Criminals?
This Time In Europe? ( More on that here.)

Tomorrow guys, me and Bolton. One on one. That’s the way, uh huh, I like it. Uh huh uh huh.

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Ex-U.S. ambassador to UN criticizes U.S. Kosovo
B92 News

WASHINGTON — John Bolton is higly
critical of Washington’s approach to Serbia as a whole and Kosovo in particular.

Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the UN, told
Voice of America yesterday that he hoped the United States will not recognize a
unilateral proclamation of Kosovo independence, but assessed, however, that
things seem to be going in that very direction, and voiced fear that this could
bring more harm than benefit to the Balkans.

Such a decision, reached
under the threat of violence, would actually represent an award for bad
Bolton said.

He added he believed that the two sides should
resolve the Kosovo issue at the negotiation table.

"Ever since the
disintegration of Yugoslavia, we have been trying to ensure stability in the
Balkans, but we have not succeeded in this completely and a number of issues
have remained unresolved," Bolton continued.

"However, it seems to me
that the last thing we should do is plant a seed of future conflicts yielding to
the pressure of this or that side,"
he assessed.

Bolton said he believed
that the State Department had been pushing "an anti-Serb policy for over 15
years now."

"When Yugoslavia was falling apart and when Milošević was
pursuing his policy, it was only logical that we opposed such a policy," he
pointed out.

"Unfortunately, [our] partial policy continued although
there is no logical explanation for it any longer,"
Bolton concluded.

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