From the late Stella Jatras’s letter to legendary radio broadcaster Paul Harvey, Oct. 20, 1996:

I personally heard you say that Serbs had committed that terrible atrocity and even after it was discovered that Islamic terrorists had bombed The World Trade Center, you didn’t have the decency nor the character to apologize to Americans of Serbian descent. With your inexcusable lie, you helped to unjustly further the demonization of the Serbian people, a people…who fought as allies in two world wars against Hitler’s fascist Croatians and Muslims, where over a million Serbs, Jews and Gypsies were exterminated so brutally in Croatia’s death camps….

For a true analysis of the Bosnia conflict, I suggest you read Yossef Bodansky’s book, “Offensive in the Balkans: The Potential for a Wider War as a Result of Foreign Intervention in Bosnia-Herzegovina,” and his latest book, “Some Call It Peace.”

We have just witnessed one of the biggest con games in recent history and as a result, the deliberate destruction of a sovereign nation and the needless deaths of thousands of innocent people, on all sides, although to read our media, we are led to believe that only the Croats and Muslims have suffered. Because of the lies that have been fed to the American people, we have a President, drunk with power, that was able to send our troops, with incredibly little resistance from our politicians and the American people, to a place where he wouldn’t have gone himself as a young man. Our venture into Bosnia also advances a One-World Concept, a concept that is, unfortunately, the agenda of both parties.

Our politicians and media are playing a dangerous game. A game that may eventually take us into a Third World War, which is not out of the realm of possibility, according to many European analysts and scholars. It is a game we may very well live to regret.