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war_bosnia- 84727 - 01.05.2013 : Ognjen Knn - best (0)

False Propaganda And Lies To Destroy Serbs

Adrian A. McQueen, a young British man, made an extremely well-documented short documentary film showing how Serbs have been unfairly targeted by world powers, media and the Vatican. Adrian A. McQueen said:

The Serbs have been the most demonised group of modern times and their side of the story has never been presented to the world. This ethnic group in the Balkans have been unfairly demonised and most of the world have believed the false propaganda and outright lies. The mistreatment and false representation of the Serbs, an Orthodox Christian ethnic group in the Balkans, is a prime example how the media, historians and governments can deliberately distort facts and rally together to target a group and accomplish their greedy objectives and aims.

Well, this is a fantastic documentary film that exposes well documented the long-term anti-Serb propaganda and lies about Serbia and the Serbs:

war_bosnia- 36442 - 31.07.2011 : Nenad Grujic Beograd - best (0)

The U. S. -al-Qaeda Alliance in Bosnia

Similarly, Clinton"s interventions in Bosnia and Kosovo were presented as humanitarian. But both sides had committed atrocities in those conflicts; Like the western media, Washington downplayed the Muslim atrocities because of its other interests.

Most Americans are aware that Clinton dispatched U. S. forces to Bosnia to enforce the Dayton peace accords after a well-publicized Serbian atrocity: the massacre of thousands of Muslims at Srebrenica. Thanks to a vigorous campaign by the p. r. firm Ruder Finn, Americans heard a great deal about the Srebrenica massacre, but far less about the beheadings and other atrocities by Muslims that preceded and helped account for it.

A major reason for the Serb attack on Srebrenica was to deal with the armed attacks mounted from that base on nearby villages: "intelligence sources said it was that harassment which precipitated the Serb attack on the 1, 500 Muslim defenders inside the enclave. "27 General Philippe Morillon, commander of the UN troops in Bosnia from 1992 to 1993, testified to the ICTY (International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia) that Muslim forces based in Srebrenica had "engaged in attacks during Orthodox holidays and destroyed villages, massacring all the inhabitants. This created a degree of hatred that was quite extraordinary in the region"28 According to Prof. John Schindler,

Between May and December 1992, Muslim forces repeatedly attacked Serb villages around Srebrenica, killing and torturing civilians; some were mutilated and burned alive. Even pro-Sarajevo accounts concede that Muslim forces in Srebrenica"murdered over 1, 300 Serbs"and had "ethnically cleansed a vast area. Wiebes" detailed report and the news stories based on it corroborated earlier charges made in 1997 by Sir Alfred Sherman, top adviser to Margaret Thatcher and co-founder of the influential rightwing nationalist Centre for Policy Studies, that "The U. S. encouraged and facilitated the dispatch of arms to the Moslems via Iran and Eastern Europe -- a fact which was denied in Washington at the time in face of overwhelming evidence. "43 This was part of his case that

The war in Bosnia was America's war in every sense of the word. The US administration helped start it, kept it going, and prevented its early end. Indeed all the indications are that it intends to continue the war in the near future, as soon as its Moslem proteges are fully armed and trained.

Specifically, Sherman charged that in 1992 Acting Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger had instructed Warren Zimmerman, U. S. Ambassador in Belgrade, to persuade Bosnian President Izetbegovic to renege on his agreement to preserve Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian unity, and instead accept American aid for an independent Bosnian state. 44
war_bosnia- 18917 - 10.09.2008 : Ratko Obrenovic Detroit, USA - best (2)

Mujahedins in Bosnia

war_bosnia- 2506 - 24.10.2005 : Zeljko Tomic Sokolac - best (0)


"Systematic genocide" of the Muslim population in Bosnia featured prominently in the trial of Radovan Karadzich and Ratko Mladich at the War Crimes Tribunal in Hague. No material support for these accusations is available, albeit Americans and Islamic countries had invested tremendous amounts of money in it. In order to show genocide perpetrated by the Bosnian Serbs, they (the media) thoroughly searched for material that would astonish politically illiterate West.

Nothing could fulfill this purpose better than flashing the world with a few "death camps", where, with the unselfish assistance of the media, the whole scenario would be portrayed as a Nazi-style Holocaust in Bosnia.

Basically, all needed for the ITN's dream to come true was a couple of meters of barbed wire and a living skeleton behind it. The next stop was Trnopolje. The camera equipment was set inside a small barbed wire enclosure. The barbed wire was old, falling apart in places. It surrounded a storage shed, a wheelbarrow and other construction equipment. Then a tall, emaciated man was spotted.

On the fifth of the August 1992, as the end of their trip approached, an award-winning British television team, led by Penny Marshall (ITN) and the reporter Ed Vulliamy from the Guardian newspaper had been unable to find the camps story they were after. Their final stop was to be the refugee camp at Trnopolje. This was to be their last chance to get the story which their editors wanted, since the story about the Omarska "concentration camp" was made up. Penny Marshall came on the behalf of ITN, while she did a great job for the US State Department.
The British news team spotted a tall, emaciated man, Fikret Alich Stripped down to his waist, with his ribs popping out, it seemed as if God himself sent him. The emancipated man's appearance resulted from having had Tuberculosis as a child. He was surrounded by a bigger group of healthy looking (well fed) Muslims. Marshall finally got what she was aiming at, a living skeleton in addition to the barbed wire fence. The scenes shot here managed to get by, fooling the world, and turning president Clinton against the Serbs. Those who performed the dirty job (the journalists), were about to get rewarded.

The team arrived to Omarska and Trnopolje, which was deliberately requested by Radovan Karadzich. Since the US State Department had spread worldwide rumours about the concentration camps controlled by the Serbs, Karadzich naively thought that this would beat the lies, by introducing the truth to Penny Marshal and to the World. Unfortunately, he wasn't suspecting that these people never came to see the truth, let alone to reveal it publicly. When Marshall, Williams and Vulliamy arrived in Bosnia at the end of July 1992, they were under intense pressure to get the story of the camps.

Roy Gutman's article about the 'death camp' Omarska, published while the British team were in Bosnia, had further raised expectations in the London editorial offices. After her return Penny Marshall told how she and Williams had received orders from the managing editors of ITN and Channel 4 to do nothing else before they had the camps story in the bag: 'They had set Ian Williams and myself loose with an open-ended brief to find and visit the detention camps, and with orders to file nothing until we had come up with the story. ' (Sunday Times, August 16, 1992).

Radovan Karadzich was to be accused of was crimes and genocide. Famous Trnopolje events were to serve as one of the major accusations of the War Crimes Tribunal in Hague against Karadzich. He invited Marshall over to Trnopolje (to talk to eyewitnesses, so he can clear his name). Marshall now wasn't allowed to say a word on this.
war_bosnia- 2486 - 20.10.2005 : Zeljko Tomic Sokolac - best (0)

There are three turning points in the civil war in Bosnia that have been used to subdue, destroy and then cleanse the Serbian People from their ancestral lands. In all of the three cases the same method was used:

Mass Murder for the Camera

In all three cases an excuse was needed to escalate the war against the rights of the Serbian people to decide where and with whom they want to live. All three events were alike, and for all of them Serbs were to take the blame. The suspicion about what really happened is based on the following facts:

  • In neither of the three events Serbian experts were allowed to participate in the ballistic expertise.
  • Neither of the Western expertise proved that Serbs were responsible for the massacre.
  • For all three events media (and the first aid) happened to be at the spot.
  • Each event had substantial political and military consequences for the Serbian side in the conflict.

    Here are the events and their significance:

    1) May 27, 1992 - bread line incident.
    An announced special UN session was to convene on 31 of May 1992 to discuss possible imposition of sanctions on Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Four days before the event (on the 27th of May) the massacre took place in Sarajevo. The American administration used the event to push the sanctions through the UN Security Council.

    2) Feb 5, 1994 - Markale Market slaughter (Part I)
    By early 1994, it was clear that Islam Fundamentalists can not win the war and that they needed help. At the same time NATO was searching for its raison d'etre. The incident helped both. It was used as an excuse to substitute UN troops with NATO ones. It was also used to set a trip wire for future NATO involvement.

    3) Avg 28, 1995 - Markale Market (Part II)
    U. S. Assistant Secretary of State, Mr. Holbrooke announced the need for a pretext for NATO carpet bombing. Islam fundamentalist delivered in less than 24 hours. Day after, despite the evidence (coming from Russian, French and British independent teams of observers on the ground) that Muslims staged yet another slaughter for the camera - American administration insists that Serbs are the culprits. The largest bombing in the history of NATO alliance started day later. NATO bombed Christian Serbs out of their ancestral homes - in order to establish Islam Fundamentalist stronghold in the heart of Europe.

    The original article can be found on
  • war_bosnia- 1917 - 18.07.2005 : Zeljko Tomic Sokolac - best (0)

    The real story behind Srebrenica (1)

    The Globe and Mail (Canada), July 14, 2005

    This week marked the 10th anniversary of the United Nations' second greatest failure since its creation in 1945 -- the genocide in Rwanda being the undisputed No. 1. With much fanfare, the ceremonies focused on the massacre of "up to" 8, 000 Bosnian men and boys by General Ratko Mladic's Bosnian Serb army in Srebrenica in July of 1995.

    In the vast majority of recent media reports, the background and responsibilities for the disaster in Srebrenica were absent. Preferred was the simple explanation: a black and white event in which the Serbs were solely to blame.

    As someone who played a modest role in some of the events preceding the massacre, perhaps a little background will provide some context. In early 1993, after my release from the Canadian Forces, I was asked to appear before a number of U. S. congressional committees dealing with Bosnia. A few months earlier, my successor in the UN Protection Force, General Philippe Morillon, had --against the advice of his UN masters -- bullied his way into Srebrenica accompanied by a tiny contingent of Canadian soldiers and told its citizens they were now under the protection of the UN. The folks at the UN in New York were furious with Gen. Morillon but, with the media on his side, they were forced to introduce the "safe haven" concept for six areas of Bosnia, including Srebrenica.

    Wondering what this concept would mean, one U. S. senator asked me how many troops it would take to defend the safe havens. "Somewhere in the neighbourhood of 135, 000 troops, " I replied. It had to be that large because of the Serb artillery's range. The new UN commander on the ground in Bosnia, Belgian General Francis Briquemont, said he agreed with my assessment but was prepared to try to defend the areas with 65, 000 additional troops. The secretary-general of the day, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, went to the Security Council and recommended 27, 500 additional troops. The Security Council approved a force of 12, 000 and, six months later, fewer than 2, 000 additional soldiers had been added to UNPROFOR for the safe-haven tasks.

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