As predicted by SPIN on 23 May, 1999 the NATO war in Yugoslavia is ending. Details of Slobbo's victory are very well hidden.
The costs of saving Willie's face are:
If NATO does not deliver on it's promises, then Serbia can start a guerilla war in Kosovo. That is Serbia's guarantee that NATO will keep to it's word. (After NATO has it's occupancy proposals passed by the UN security council)
There will undoubtedly be further activity calculated to conceal reality. It is likely that Republican strategists have strobed the spin. The Albanians see the ruse but will be discounted as paranoid. Serbia has been told to be stum. Whether public network information dispensers can disperse the fog and expose the underlying strategy before the public's focus shifts is an interesting question. It is unlikely that network management selected journalists would break ranks. The unknown is Drudge.
If there is much delay, the warp will unravel. It is Spin's guess that Willie & Slobbo might be jointly praying for a natural disaster somewhere.
The Indonesian elections are gathering momentum. The ruling Golkar party faces the prospect of defeat on Monday 7 June 1999. SPIN recalls a relevant piece of political graffiti from the sixties.
A POLITICIAN ALWAYS WINS
Even Suharto could be elected if he promised direct democracy.
Pauline Hanson promised CIR (Citizen's initiated
Despite negative publicity, look how many votes she obtained.