In more than sixteen years now (December 1997), the New York Times was repeating at least 2,236 times that the Krajina Serbs are "occupiers", "conquerrors" or "land grabbers" of one third of Croatia. They repeated, in the same period, the same fabrications about the Bosnian Serbs at least 3,807 times. They claimed that the Bosnian … Continue reading How the NYT lied, and how the World believed it
NATO war crimes in Aleksinac (16 photos) On this day, in the 1999 NATO planes bombed the center of the town of Aleksinac, although the closest military installations were located kilometers away. Over 17 civilians were brutally killed. As for the NATO, especially USA and Turkey, murdering 17 Serbs in their own homes was not a … Continue reading April 6, 1999. USA NATO war crimes in Aleksinac, forensic and autopsy reports included
- The laying of wreaths at the monument to the fallen soldiers and civilians in Republika Srpska and the service of the liturgy in the Church of the Holy Trinity in Kupres / Republika Srpska / have marked 21 years since the attacks of Croat-Muslim forces on Kupres and Malovan village, when 72 Serbian soldiers … Continue reading Republika Srpska marks 21 years since the attack on Kupres
In this small village the Ustasha killed in the most cruel manner 137 Serbian villagers, mostly children at the age of 15. One of the worst crimes during the WWII were committed on 3. April 1942, when Ustasha (Croatian NAZI armed forces) were passing through this area. The Croatian leader's Ante Pavelic battalion under the … Continue reading 3. April 1942 – 3. April 2014. Remembering the victims of the Croatian crimes in Begovo Brdo, Kordun in Krajina (today Croatia)
The following article represents the last part of materials related to obscure role the Dutch Princess Mabel of Oranje - Nassau played in Balkan tragedy. However, since I don’t speak Dutch, I used Google auto translations and also one good hearted native Dutch (thanks, R, kisses) . My advantage is that I worked on this … Continue reading Bloody hands of the Dutch princes Mabel of Oranje-Nassau (II)
When Bill Clinton stopped in Detroit on April 17th on a fundraising visit, he met with a small group of Albanian-Americans at the Roseville Recreation Center. According to the Detroit News, a banner at the Roseville speech bore the logo of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). Memorial named Thank you mr George W. Bush, in … Continue reading KLA, Albanian mob in the U.S.A.
A European Union prosecutor who says Israel has been trading with an elaborate organ trafficking network in Kosovo has brought the case to Pristina District Court, a report says. European Union Prosecutor Jonathan Ratel Jonathan Ratel, who serves in Kosovo as part of the EU's rule of law mission, has announced that the seven suspected … Continue reading ‘Israel involved in Kosovo organ trade’