Albright helped facilitate NATO's illegal bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999
Back in February, the former Secretary of State under Bill Clinton said “there’s a special place in hell” for women who do not vote for Hillary Clinton. Madeleine Albright made the remark during a campaign stop in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Last Thursday marked the 17th anniversary of NATO’s illegal bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia during Bill Clinton’s reign. The attack—38,400 sorties, including 10,484 strike sorties—lasted 78 days and destroyed infrastructure, commercial buildings, schools, health institutions, media houses and cultural monuments.
NATO “deeply” regretted killing at least seventeen people when a bomb hit a bus packed with women and children. It also supposedly regretted killing fifteen people after it targeted a hospital with a cluster bomb and killed three diplomats at China’s embassy in Belgrade. After Serbian television criticized Albright and Clinton, it was bombed as well, killing sixteen people.
Democrat Bernie Sanders “begrudgingly” voted to attack Yugoslavia. “If anyone thinks there is a simple solution to this problem, then you know very little about this problem,” he said recently in defense of his decision.
“The  bombing war violates and shreds the basic provisions of the United Nations Charter and other conventions and treaties; the attack on Yugoslavia constitutes the most brazen international aggression since the Nazis attacked Poland to prevent ‘Polish atrocities’ against Germans,” writes William Rockler, former prosecutor of the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal.
In 2013 Albright admitted the bombing was illegal. “When you ask if that is legal—honestly, to go back to Kosovo, system kind of said that what we did there was not legal, but was fair,” she said.
Albright is known for her enthusiastic support of mass murder and war crimes. Asked about economic sanctions imposed on Iraq that led to the death of more than 500,000 Iraqi children, Albright said in 1996: “I think that is a very hard choice, but the price, we think, the price is worth it.”
Clinton, like Albright, supports mass murder as a foreign policy tool. In October 2000, The New York Times reported Clinton “cited American involvement in Bosnia and Kosovo as examples of foreign engagements she favored on moral and strategic grounds.” Clinton urged her husband to bomb Yugoslavia without congressional approval and said what “do we have NATO for if not to defend our way of life?”
In 2008 she defended her vote to invade Iraq and kill 1.5 million people. She accused the late Tim Russert of getting all “Jesuitical” when he pointed out her support for Bush’s “Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002.”
Now that she is running for president Clinton tells her supporters she “made a mistake, plain and simple” when she voted to kill.
If there is a special place in hell, not only will Albright be there, but Clinton will be there, too, along with other notorious war criminals: Joseph Goebbels, Rafael Trujillo, Adolf Eichmann, Joseph Mengele, Klaus Barbie, Omar al-Bashir, Augusto Pinochet, Idi Amin, Pol Pot and others.