The Battle of Deligrad

On September 3, 1806. Serbian patriots have defeated the Ottoman forces in the battle of Deligrad. The Ottoman Sultan, Selim III sent a huge Turkish force to quell the first Serbian uprising. The Serbian high command decided to meet the Turkish force under Ibrahim Pasha at Deligrad. The Serbian right wing numbered 6,000 men under … Continue reading The Battle of Deligrad

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Victor Bérard “Heroic Serbia”, 1916.

Everyone interested in  history (not the most available one and usually forged on Wikipedia), but not in PR Ruder Finn composed pampleths or messed up and written by politically correct mythomaniacal scribomans fairytales, can still find her in the old books. Before modern day inventions, staged massacres, false genocide, forged chemical attacks and NWO globalism … Continue reading Victor Bérard “Heroic Serbia”, 1916.

Srebrenica mothers receive salaries for their performance : how to become a millionaire: Mothers of Srebrenica steal money

The following article was written by a Bosnian Muslim blogger few years ago, I read it then and later forgot about it.  Since it was last year when I heard from several sources the same (or at least very similar) story and it brought me back to the article, so I put it in English … Continue reading Srebrenica mothers receive salaries for their performance : how to become a millionaire: Mothers of Srebrenica steal money

So Called Kosovo Albanians – an UNESCO Applicant Without Their Own Historical Heritage

Leaving ancient monasteries in Kosovo to Albanians would be the same as entrusting extinguishing to the same arsonist that kindled the fire.  When PR agencies and corruped goverments write history, mankind gets into collapse of common sense, as it is a case with so called Kosovo (i.e. another Albanian territory created by the West and Turkey). … Continue reading So Called Kosovo Albanians – an UNESCO Applicant Without Their Own Historical Heritage

Demolishing the myth of the tolerant Ottoman Rule in Balkan

Since I observe more and more Turks claiming that they brought  'Civilization, tolerance,  noble culture, prosperity and respect for the non -Ottomans,  and even more Bosnian and Albanian Muslims  who dream the return of the Ottomans in Balkan again,  let  us  see what are they actually up to. From mid-15th century for the next four centuries … Continue reading Demolishing the myth of the tolerant Ottoman Rule in Balkan