Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Richard Hugus

Interestingly enough, Richard Hugus, mentioned below, also denounced the U.S. & NATO campaign against Slobodan Milosevic (see 'To Kill A Nation (The Attack On Yugoslavia)'. He calls the attack at Srebrenica, in which 7,000 Muslim men were killed by Bosnian Serb forces "the alleged massacre at Srebrenica, the very existence of which is refuted in well-documented articles."

In September of 2005, Mr. Hugus also called for International ANSWER to change "its central demand of "Troops out now" with a declaration of support for the Iraqi Resistance? These are, afterall, the people most successfully fighting imperialism today. If fighting imperialism is what we want, why aren't we vocally and materially supporting the people who are laying their lives on the line doing it? Why are we concentrating on bringing "home" and showing sympathy for the racist invaders who are fighting the people we support?" Thus Mr. Hugus is more extreme even than ANSWER (difficult to believe) in calling for Americans to support the terrorists in Iraq who are killing American troops and Iraqi civilians.

He says in another article, "We don't support the troops. Why would we want to support or "bring home" people who have volunteered for murder? We support the Iraqi resistance. Were we wanted, and if it were possible for decent people in the US to do so, we would fight alongside them."


  1. Shalom Rebecca,

    Thank you for mentioning Srebrenica genocide in your article.

    Please visit my blog, you might find lots of interesting stuff. I also wrote about the Holocaust of Jews.

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  2. Hello Daniel, thank you for the link to the information about Srebrenica. What baffles me is the motivation that people like Hugus have for denying the slaughter in Srebrenica - why have they taken this cause as their own?