THE OFFICIAL CLINTON-MCCAIN POSITION ON NATIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION | 2000-02-12
President Clinton stated the purpose of the Kosovo bombing: "We must remember the principle we and our allies have been fighting for in the Balkans is the principle of multi-ethnic, tolerant, inclusive democracy."
No matter what a country's population may want, it is the announced purpose of the United States Government to impose the melting pot. This will be done by force if necessary.
In case Clinton's statement did not make this clear enough, let us hear from the United States military
General Wesley Clark stated America's goal for Europe: "Let's not forget what the origin of the problem is. There is no place in modern Europe for ethnically pure states. That's a 19th century idea and we are trying to transition into the 21st century, and WE ARE GOING TO DO IT WITH MULTI-ETHNIC STATES."
The only difference between Clinton's position and McCain is that McCain is far more fanatical about it.
Senator McCain demanded that the United States consider ground troops to enforce this melting pot policy in Europe. He introduced legislation to enormously increase funding and commitment to crush whoever stands in the way of this Clinton-McCain policy.
This is the official United States policy on national self-determination. This is OUR issue. As a Southern Nationalist I am mystified as to how any other nationalist could endorse McCain.