Bernard Henri Levy – a portrait of immorality

The article below represents a compilation of my older writings and http://emperors-clothes.com,  which appeared on There Must Be Justice blog on May 30, 2014. After the recent floods hit Balkans, where two Serbian states (Serbia and Republic of Srpska) have, certainly, suffered the most, the muddy streams have brought a lot of various trash and profiteers … Continue reading Bernard Henri Levy – a portrait of immorality

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No more Bela Krajina guards – The Disappeared People: Tragedy of Bela Krajina Serbs

On the former battlements of Europe from the Ottoman Empire, alongside the Kupa river, today live only 280 Serbs. Descendants of proud uskoks inhabit four villages only. The Serbian language is almost impossible to hear. Cyrillic letters are impossible to see, even the monuments and graves are carved in Latin letters.  End of XIX beginning of … Continue reading No more Bela Krajina guards – The Disappeared People: Tragedy of Bela Krajina Serbs

Muslims Sentenced to 60 Years in Prison for Torture, Rape and Murder of Serbs in Silos

In the absence of global media, the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina sentenced eight Bosnian Muslims to a total of 60 years in prison for war crimes committed against Serbs in the conc camps Muslims held in the Sarajevo municipality of Hadzici. The concentration camp for Serbs "Silos"  was placed in Tarcin, near Sarajevo, and over … Continue reading Muslims Sentenced to 60 Years in Prison for Torture, Rape and Murder of Serbs in Silos

Kosovo Kristallnacht 17-18 March 2004: The pogrom

17.  March 2004. More than 4.000 Serbs have been left homeless, at least 100 Serbs died and around 30 churches have been either completely destroyed or seriously damaged by Kosovo Albanians. It’s been 14 years since the outburst of ethnic Albanian violence in Kosovo on March 17, 2004, when hundred people were killed and 954 … Continue reading Kosovo Kristallnacht 17-18 March 2004: The pogrom

MRKONJIC GRAD – For over two decades Western racists hide the massacre of Serbs

In the chapel of St. Mark, wreaths are laid at the Memorial plaque at mass graves discovered in the Orthodox cemetery in Mrkonjić Grad, discoveder two decades ago.  Decades have passed since the opening of mass graves where 181 victims, Serbian nationals,  were found. They were murdered during  aggression of joint Croatian and Bosnian Muslim … Continue reading MRKONJIC GRAD – For over two decades Western racists hide the massacre of Serbs

The Dutch who were killing Serbs in Krajina

Rotterdam – in 2008.  State prosecution of Rotterdam launched an investigation against 13 Dutch citizens suspected to have committed crimes against Serbian civilians and prisoners in the action called ‘Medacki dzep’ in the villages near Gospic, RS Krajina (now Croatia) in 1993. These 13 Dutchmen were members of the Croatian army. The investigation wаs launched … Continue reading The Dutch who were killing Serbs in Krajina

Srebrenica: Manipulations With the Dead

January 17, 1996, the Manchester “Guardian” published an article concerning one group of the former Muslim prisoners of war from Srebrenica and Zepa, who, liberated from the prison camp at Sljivovica – in Serbia, were flown directly abroad to Dublin: “Hundreds of Bosnian Muslim prisoners are still being held at 2 secret camps within neighbouring … Continue reading Srebrenica: Manipulations With the Dead