I wish to complain about my ban for "imperialism" >>743371
Before the ban, someone said the charges against Milosevic were posthumously dropped, which is outright false.
Following the ban, a link was posted breezily attributing to the Karadzik trial's incidental statements a total exoneration of Milosevic and the Yugoslavian government from culpability in the genocides, and from favoritism toward the Serbs.
To the contrary, regardless of dissent uncovered between Milosevic and the Serbian paramilitaries, the court continues to attribute knowledge and intentional material aid by Milosevic for them:
And such contrarian readings of the trial's findings form part of a broader denialist effort ongoing today:
As I said in my ban appeal, the ultimate consequences of NATO intervention are arguable, but the culpability of the Yugoslav government really isn't, and neither are an open-and-shut case.
Making discussion of this grounds for banning is retarded.