13,000 Serbian graves are to be removed from the Sarajevo cemeteries; Remains. Bones to be burned - The Sarajevo authorities have ordered cemetery workers in the city to dig through the graves of long-time dead, among which is the largest number of Serbs because their relatives around the world after persecution during the past war … Continue reading Sarajevo: The Posthumous Ethnic Cleansing
I have received one New York Times article from 1982, titled: WAR OF TERROR BY ALBANIANS IN YUGOSLAVIA STRAINS UNITY. It's strange to read how the media which knew the facts and truth, less than two decades later decided to twist it, turn it upside down, abuse and side with terrorism, with former Nazi forces … Continue reading Kosovo in a NewYorkTimes 1982’s report
The highly influential and well-connected Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) is proposing that Moscow organize a multilateral conference to re-divide the Balkans along ethnic lines, which would advance the controversial proposal made by former British diplomat Timothy Less* in late 2016 but might also inadvertently open up Pandora’s Box, though it could very well be … Continue reading Russia Might Return To The Balkans In A Big (But Controversial) Way
In time when (on the occasion of the 100th anniversary since WWI ended) we face almost daily attempts to reinterpret and revision the role of Serbia in the outbreak of the Great War, all in order to push aside well established facts of who and what for the war started, it is Her majesty history … Continue reading Conrad von Hetzendorf, the General who demanded war on Serbia 25 times in a year
Written by Andrew Korybko on 2018-11-12 for eurasiafuture.com Russia’s relations with Serbia are excellent, but overestimating their potential might unwittingly generate very high but false hopes about their future, especially as it relates to the ultra-controversial topic of “recognizing” Kosovo. The Russian-Serbian Strategic Partnership is stronger than at any time in history, with the … Continue reading Don’t Overestimate The Russian-Serbian Strategic Partnership
No parades, no one gathered in a City hall, no wrests were laid on graves of the people who gave their lives for freedom and dignity. All institutions, including the Serbian Orthodox church, remained mute. On November 1, 1918, the Serbian First Army under the command of Duke Petar Bojović liberated Belgrade, after 500 kilometres … Continue reading November 1st 1918 – Belgrade doesn’t mark the centenary of the liberation in WW1
Should anyone have had any doubts, the barbaric murder of US photojournalist James Foley fully exposes the true nature of the Islamist terrorists menacing the Middle East. Unfortunately, the savagery exhibited in what happened to James Foley was not unique—beheadings and suicide bombings have become standard tactics in the Islamist terrorists’ way of war. Just weeks before … Continue reading Al Qaeda’s Balkan Ties: The Bosnian Connections. Why is beheading Serbs acceptable for the global media and public, but beheading Western journalist is ‘unaceptable, barbaric, act of bestiality’?