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By Orrin G. Hatch
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Topic - Jeffrey T. Kuhner
"Did Serbia vote for war?" (Commentary, May 24) contains some anti-Serb sentiments. Writer Jeffrey T. Kuhner belittles the character of World War II hero Gen. Draza Mihailovich.
Jeffrey Kuhner is to be commended for accurately describing the "Nazi regime led by the odious Ante Pavelic and his sadistic Ustashes" which "systematically killed hundreds of thousands of Serbs, Jews, Gypsies (Roma) and anti-fascist Croatians" ("Myth of Croatian fascism," Commentary, Nov. 25). However, Mr. Kuhner's attempt to convince us that present-day Croatia's connection to the fascist Ustashe of World War II is just a myth lacks credibility.
President Obama is creating a post-American world - one that is ushering in the dominance of China. Mr. Obama is fostering U.S. economic and military decline while simultaneously empowering Beijing's rise to superpower status. China's communists are on the march. Unless Americans wake up to the growing threat, both internal and external, our victory in the Cold War will have been useless.
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Congratulations to Jeffrey Kuhner and The Washington Times. I recently read Mr. Kuhner's article, "President's socialist takeover must be stopped" (Web, July 22).
Jeffrey Kuhner's "Osama bin Laden won" (Commentary, Friday) hits the mark in terms of the painful realities of the United States' confrontation with radical Islam and the real victor in the contest thus far, namely Osama bin Laden.
It is tragic that many Croatians and Croatian-Americans such as Jeffrey Kuhner seem unable to understand that the Serbs had and still have legitimate grievances against a Croatian state that has glorified and resurrected the symbolism and rhetoric of a shameful Nazi-puppet and genocidal past ("The coming Balkan war," Commentary, Wednesday).
In Friday's "The Soros empire" (Commentary), Jeffrey T. Kuhner hits the nail on the head. Mr. Soros' confusion about his messianic attributes is not unlike his confusion on effective drug policies.
The overly harsh column by Jeffrey T. Kuhner headlined "A modern mafia state" (Opinion, Oct. 1), regarding current conditions in the Republic of Croatia, was off-balance to a great degree and lacked needed foresight.
In his autobiography, "Soros on Soros," when asked about the legalization of drugs, he said, "I would establish a strictly controlled distribution network through which I would make most drugs, excluding the most dangerous ones like crack, legally available."
Mr. Kuhner writes about Srebrenica being a "safe haven" but ignores the fact that the Serbian attack on Srebrenica was in response to ongoing attacks by Muslim forces from Srebrenica on surrounding Serbian villages.