Ron Paul Rewind: 'Bombing Yugoslavia Cannot Be a Proud Moment'
Wednesday August 6, 2014
"This cannot be a proud moment for America," he said on the US House Floor on March 24, 1999.
Once upon a time, in the early 1970′s, many people, including myself, thought that all the “struggles” of that period were linked: the Cultural Revolution in China, the guerillas in Latin America, the Prague Spring and the East European “dissidents”, May 68, the civil rights movement, the opposition to the Vietnam war, and the nominally socialist anti-colonial movements in Africa and Asia. We also thought that the “fascist” regimes in Spain, Portugal and Greece, by analogy with WWII, could only be overthrown through armed struggle, very likely protracted.