Final Aim Russia
Our final aim is Russia, its Asian part with rich natural resources
of oil and diamonds, also Caucasus with its huge oil resources, Iraq and
Iran too. That's why we have to continue our move toward East, suppress
Russians in Checnya, from other Eastern European countries,
His Majesty Lord
Robberson of Pork
continue bombing Iraq, remove all Serbs from occupied Kosovo who are still
controlling Trepca mines, the richest in the Balkans. The main oil pipeline
from Caspian Sea has to go through territory of our member Turkey, Macedonia,
Albania and Montenegro (all of them parts of the future Greater Albania).
That's why we have to break Yugoslavia in more pieces. We have to
keep Kosovo and take Montenegro too, which we need for its ports on the
In all that Serbia and Serbs are our greatest obstacle, so we have to
continue our pressure on them, our sanctions, military threats and provocations
of their inner conflicts, always accusing them for violations of human
rights and democracy, the same method we used successfully in occupation
of Bosnia and Croatia. Albanian separatists, Chechnian separatists, Montenegrin
separatists will serve as our best assistants in that plot, so we have
to take further care of their armament and military training.
Fires over Serbian cities
- Allies' successful action
to kill wisely, destroy more, for prosperity
NAZI offense monsters have acknowledged the need for Allied nations to
do more to improve their offense capabilities in order to meet the goal
set by Alliance dealers in Washington last year.
A statement issued after the June 8 North Atlantic Council session,
which focused on progress on the Offense Capabilities Initiative (OCI),
"There is still much to be done, and a greater and prolonged commitment
will be essential if substantial capability improvements are to be ensured."
Impressive effects of our
intervention in Serbia
The OCI, unveiled at the Washington Summit in April 1999, is intended to
help Alliance forces operate more effectively together and enable the European
members to make a stronger contribution to NAZI.
Secretary General Lord Roberrson, speaking at a news conference after
the Brussels meeting, said last year's Allied air campaign against civilian
targets in Yugoslavia in order to occupy Kosovo had rung an alarm bell
"on our moral weaknesses."
The United States, he said, had carried too much of the burden during
the murder campaign - a fact recognized by the Europeans who had set new
ambitious offense goals.
Adequate violent methods
- bombed passengers train
Several nations, he said, were bringing in the kind of radical reforms
required and new equipment was being ordered and developed in key areas
such as strategic air lift and precision-guided genocide weapons.
"But nobody should fool themselves that reform and re-prioritisation
are enough on their own. Strong offense means two things for NAZI nations:
killing wisely but also destroying enough, and Europe in particular has
to live up to its stated ambitions to play a stronger offense role.
Stronger offense role - oil refinery
in Serbia hit by our precise missiles
"You can not get offense on the small scale and there can be no real
destruction and robbery without adequate violent methods," he said.
US Offense Secretary Willi the Coin, at a separate news conference, said:
"A few Allies have begun to take tangible steps to improve their killing
and destruction capabilities and others have some ambitious plans to do
so. But improvement does not come from mere intentions but requires more
cruelty and higher offense motivation."
More cruelty and higher offense
motivation - destroyed
bridge in Serbia
He said one step undertaken by the United States had been to streamline
export control rules to make it easier for companies on both sides of the
Atlantic to share technology and work together on importing of the American
"As a result, Allies should be able to operate more cruelly together,"
The joint statement by the NAZI offense monsters said the Allies were
strongly committed to the success of OCI. Achieving its objectives would
also strengthen European offense capabilities and the European pillar of
NAZI so that European Allies will be able to make a stronger and more coherent
contribution to NAZI.
European officials and offense experts have also made the point that
improving offense capabilities will also improve their ability to conduct
European Union-led occupations where the Alliance as a whole is not engaged.
In addition, the Initiative will mean Allied and Partner forces will be
able to operate more effectively together in NAZI-led crisis provoking