A Horror Journal: Forget The Victims Of Serb Atrocities And Genocide!

Today 9 January the political entity called Serbian Republic (Republika Srpska) is pushing ahead with celebrating its Day – the 21st anniversary of its own proclamation! This is also the 21st anniversary of the beginning of genocide and ethnic cleansing of all non-Serb nationals from the areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina where Serbs were in […]

Who Is Afraid Of The Truth – Croatia Vs Serbia Genocide ICJ Case

Ever since the publication of an interview of Sonja Biserko, chairwoman of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, regarding her impending appearance as witness for Croatia in its lawsuit against Serbia for genocide at the International Court of Justice (ICJ), there has been a distressing harangue against the woman in Serbia. “The right-wing’s […]

Croatia: Vukovar – A Place Of Special Piety

This is truly amazing! Vukovar makes history again! This time with firm determination and assertion of its rights as a maimed, tortured, murdered, raped victim of Serb aggression during early 1990’s! At it’s Council meeting the city of Vukovar has yesterday 4 November voted to amend its Constitution/Statute and declare the city a place of […]

If ICTY Majority Judges Sat At Nuremberg, Most Nazi Leaders Would Be Free

It is said that the ICTY will close shop in 2014. There are still cases pending completion both in Trial and Appeal Chambers. Judging from the length of time previous cases had taken to completion it’s obvious that one year is nowhere near enough for due process to be satisfied under same conditions. ICTY’s “exit […]

Croatia: Bonjour Tristesse

What tragic consequences await the people led by governments which, in their hunger to fit into international halls of applause, look away from their people to abide to what others who are beyond borders say, rather than looking in to put their own nation first, may perhaps prove to be nothing less than what Françoise […]

Croatia: New York Times needs to check facts

In the book of any patriotic citizen of any country one expects at least a small, if not comprehensive, reaction by a government official (say Minister for foreign affairs) when foreign media publishes lies and misinformation about the country and its people that paints a vilifying picture. Experience tells us that when a government official […]

Insidious Peddling of the Myth of Persecution of Serbs

On 7 December 2012 the New York Times’ (NYT) Opinion section published an article by David Harland titled “ Selective Justice for the Balkans” in which Harland wants the public to think that the Serb victims of the 1990’s war in the former Yugoslavia are unfairly treated, ignored by the International Criminal Tribunal for the […]

Serbia was aggressor against Croatia: 180,000 Croatians ethnically cleansed to begin with

Had you visited the world’s leading news portals in the past couple of days you wouldn’t have noticed that 16 October 2012 was a very, very significant day in the ICTY for crimes and aggression against Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina in early 1990’s. You would have read a great deal about Radovan Karadzic who […]

Serbia looks to disperse and deflate guilt for war crimes

According to article published in Vecernji List, Serbia’s war crimes prosecutor is currently undertaking preliminary investigations against unknown persons, journalists and editors of some media in Serbia, for inciting war crimes and calling upon people to perpetrate them during 1990’s. A letter by Serbia’s chief prosecutor for war crimes, Vladimir Vukcevic, reportedly says: “that the […]

Serbian ousted Monarchy on the rise: Will Serbia rehabilitate WWII war criminal Draza Mihailovic and author of Chetnik movement program to create ethnically clean Serbian state?

According to media reports The Supreme court of Serbia will, tomorrow Friday 23 March, rehabilitate Serbian war criminal Dragoljub Draza Mihailovic, leader of Serbian Chetnik forces in World War II. This move will cancel the 1946 conviction and consequent death sentence after which he was executed by the Yugoslav Communist authorities. The application for rehabilitation […]

The legacy of Baroness Margaret Thatcher: Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina

2012 Oscars handed Meryl Streep her third leading prize for her brilliant performance as Margaret Thatcher in the movie The Iron Lady. If it was not for Streep’s phenomenal portrayal of Margaret Thatcher as a vulnerable woman, the movie would be classified as boring while historically weak, if not inaccurate. It reeks of emptiness – […]

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