|genocide n: the deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group|
What do you call a man who supports a nation or people that has:
Give up? I'll give you a hint, it's a U.S. Congressman.
Still stumped? Why it's me, Randy Cunningham!
Before you get your dander up, let me explain. Basically, my view of people is: if they are Christian they are good, and if they are not Christian, they are bad. Take, for example my friends the (Christian) Serbs. They do commit war crimes, such as genocide (ethnic cleansing) against their neighbors, but who cares? After all, the Bosnians and Kosovars (ko-SAH-vars) are Muslim and the Croats are Catholic (not real Christians)—so I say let them have at it! They aren't Christian American's like us, so let my Serbian friends "take care" of them, if you know what I mean!
In a show of support for my Serbian friends, I gave the keynote speech in Sept. 1997 before S.U.C., the Serbian Unity Congress:
"Now we need to take a look at who befriended us. . . . While the Serbs, since before King Peter I, had been rooted in democracy, the United States has supported the Croatians and the [Bosnian] Muslims . . . . Why can't we have a debate on the House floor for the first time on the Balkans and the Serbian position, and I am going to do that, ladies and gentlemen.
The first thing we can do, I think, is to pray because we were brought up as Christians. . . . The United States needs to stay out of the war crimes issue. . . . be very careful that you don't, in hysteria, charge a patriot and make that individual into a criminal who is not, because that is just as big of a crime."
More recently (March 1999) I said this on the floor of the U.S. Congress:
"Kosovo is like any of the United States is to Greater Serbia. It is not a separate entity. It is the birthplace of the Orthodox Catholic religion. It is their home. It was occupied by 100% Serbs, and the Turks and the Nazis eliminated and desecrated and ethnically cleansed Jews, Gypsies and Serbs and now the population is Albanian." [Congressional Record, 106th Congress, 3/11/1999]
You see? The Serbs were "ethnically cleansed" by the Nazis 50-some years ago, so that gives them the right to "ethnically cleanse" anyone else they want for as long as they feel the need too. I call it my "one holocaust deserves another holocaust" policy.
Some people like Dr. McAdams, say my view of Serbian history is inaccurate, but who cares—I get more money that way. I've been criticized because of campaign contributions to me by SUC. Well, I fixed that. Since 1997, SUC no longer contributes directly to me. The contributions are now funneled through individual members of SUC so it'll be harder to tell I receive money from Serbia and her friends.
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