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viernes, julio 01, 2005

Holocaust of Serbs

This may seem like a crude start to my blog, but one has to begin somewhere.
Jews have been shamefully persecuted for too long. However, it is easy to forget other oppressed peoples, and other ethnic cleansing activities that ocurr even today. Although the suffering of the Serbs was lengthy under the Turksm we Serbs as a people have never experienced such disgraceful slaughter that has to date not been internationally condemned nor homage has been payed to it (as has happened for the 60th anniversaries of the liberations of Nazi concentration camps).
During the Second World War, the Croatian, Hitler-backed fascist regime was installed in Yugoslavia. The Ustasi regime was run by ultra nationalist Croatian fascists. These set up concentration camps in Croatia, such as Jasenovac (where 200,000 Serbs alone were murdered), and in total, during the Second World War, over 800,000 Serbs were brutally murdered, alongside Gypsies and Jews. It is abhorrable that to date, these acts of brutal repression have not been condemned and acknowledged. The holocaust initiated by the German fascist regime has been openly condemned world wide, and in the 60th anniversary of the horrific events, world leaders have united to conmemorate the dead. This has not happened in Serbia to date.
During the 1992 breakup of Yugoslavia and the war that ensued, the Serbs were publicly displayed as mass murderers in Western media. This is only due to one thing. The fear of the East. Even with the collapse of the Soviet Union, Western Europe has not relaxed its watch on its eastern borders. How else can one explain that Russia has not yet joined the obsolete organisation NATO? How else can one explain the rejoice of the West in helping to dismantle the network of Russian allied countries? How else can one explain the rejoice in Western Europe to the expansion of the EU to the borders of Russia, and no apparent move being made to invite this noble country to said organisation?
This fear of the East has led the British press agencies to censor out absolutely any indication that Serbs were being massacred during the Balkan War. 300,000 Serbs were kicked out of their homeland by Croatian fascists (that still exist, and have not been banned, unlike their Nazi counterparts in Germany), and many more murdered brutally elsewhere throughout sovereign Yugoslav territory. This has not been condemned. The battle of Srebrenica has been openly condemned by the International Community as an act of Serb aggression. Newspaper articles all over the world have openly condemned 'serb agression', but there are a number of questions yet to be answered in many articles. For example, what official document proves that 8000 muslims were murdered in Srebrenica (on the 20th of december of 2003, Miguel Ángel Villena felt more nihilistic than usual and wrote in Spanish newspaper 'El País' that 11,000 had been killed)? Why is it that among the dead there were no bosnian officials? Where were they that day? Why did serbs kill women and children, and not fight off the bosnian officials? Why is Naser Oric, chief of the Bosnian muslim troops in Srebrenica at the time held in the International War Tribunal of The Hague, and what is he accused of? Why did serbs then assasinate the prisoners in Srebrenica and not in Zepa, another safe area taken over, them being so barbarian and crude? Why does the muslim government of Bosnia still refuse to conduct population cencuses, as required by the EU? What did Miss Ogata say about the treatment of prisoners by serb troops? Have any serbs fallen in or near Srebrenica? Which troops have actualy performed 'scorched earth' annihilation tactics in over 100 nearby serb villages and towns? Could there have been weapons caches in the potected areas? Who has muffled the reports of the presence of armed muslim troops in protected zones, as well as their munitions factories and dynamite in protected zones, and who has actually risen to denounce this before? What did the 'realistic' Butros Gali say to the Security Council of the UN the 30th of may 1995 about these security zones? Did Bin Laden have a BOSNIAN passport?
Krajina, in Croatia was (and still is) an area of a mainly Serb population. In 1995, like Srebrenica, it was a UN protected, ’safe’ area. During the armed conflict, the Croatian Army, under the command of General Ante Gotovina (convicted of crimes against humanity by the International War Tribunal in The Hague) overran this ’safe’ zone, and 300,000 Serbs were forced to flee what had been their homeland for centuries.
It also seems violently hypocritical that Ante Gotovina is persecuted by The Hague (and the Croatian government still won’t hand him over), when in 1992 (yes, only 10 years ago!), American contractors, encouraged by the Clinton administration, funded the Croatian Army, which then used its newly found American equipment to massacre Serbs in Krajina.
None of this every reached the media in the West. Try running a Google search for ’srebrenica’ and ‘krajina’. Notice the British censorship in the sense that not one of the one and a half million results for ‘krajina’ are British news agencies, while ’srebrenica’ gets a BBC News hit in the first page of results. It seems convenient for the West to pollute the information, making the Eastern-leaning Serbs look like the villains, and protect the Catholic, fascist, West leaning factions in Croatia, despite the apparent ‘democratic’ appeal the West seems to have.
Finally, the more recent conflict in Kosovo is almost like the final straw. Kosovo is literally the birthplace of Serbia. Since their arrival from the Caucasus, the people of Serbia built their civilisation from scratch in this area.
During the Balkan Wars, taking advantage of the fact that the borders were left weak and unguarded, hundreds of thousands of Albanians crossed illegaly into the country over the years (and they still do, for Kosovo is still Serbia, as dictated by the UN), backed by their ultra-leftists government. Once in Kosovo, violence against Serbs commenced. As is logical, and as any self-respecting country would do, the Serbian Army was sent in to cease violence.
Taking advantage of an opportunity to demote the influence of the East in gobal affairs, the Serbs were accused of massacring Albanians in Kosovo. There has never been a bigger lie. For example, during the 1999 bombings of Serbia, NATO planes flew over the town of Pusto Selo, one eening, and the next they had found 'mass graves' of 'murdered albanians'. If one is to examine the actual pictures taken:

Not only is this image very easily modifiable with easily available programs such as Photoshop (so one can imagine the powerful image editing equipment that an institution such as the NATO counts with), but one also sees that the NATO then tries to make us beleive that a small serb platoon of soldiers armed with old kalashnikovs massacred an entire town of Albanians, dug mass graves for them, buried them (carefully leaving the graves in full view of the bombers), and built a HOUSE overnight! The riduculousness of the situation is comical, despite the serious situation which Serbia is involved in, and the profound racism that Western governments feel towards Russia and her other eastern allies.
If you read the occasionaly news report in the West (naturally, never on the front page), you will see that Albanian militia (yes, organised militia, sponsored by the Albanian government, waving Albanian flags) murders Serb children, destroys Serb monasteries and churches, even the ones allegedly protected by the UNESCO (how interesting).
So, before Russian troops could enter the area to keep peace and to stop Albanians from continuing their mass murders (gasp, could you even imagine that? Russian troops marching across the Balkans? tremble…), the NATO organised it first EVER military manouver and ruthlessly bombed civilian Serb infrastructures ELSEWHERE in the country. All over Serbia, bridges were destroyed, power plants were bombed, houses were blown up. 3000 innocent Serbs died in this massacre, and they still are dying because of depleted uranium shells the NATO used (curiously enough, the Serb ‘barbarians’ downed five US ’stealth’ pilots, and returned them dutifully. When interrogated by their own authorities, the pilots said that they had never been treated better while incarcerated).
General McEnzie, who conducted the campaign, recently admitted to the world: “We made a mistake bombing the Serbs”, in light of new atrocities commited by the Albanian population in Kosovo. Naturally, it would be outrageous for the West to realise this, so it has been kept as quiet as possible. Also, French soldiers recently were outraged at their impotency to do anything about the situation, for they had clear orders to protect the Albanian population. When seeing that it was in fact the Albanian population that was massacring the UN-oppressed Serb population, and the refusal of their Commanding Officers to do anything about it led the French UNMIK soldiers to say something, to which nothing has evidently been done.
I find situations such as these despicable, especially when we are meant to be in countries and a sphere of influence of countries that promote democracy, free speech, transparency of government, etc. I sicken at the lies that are fed to us, and I cannot help to be remind myself of the quote by Winston Churchill: "History will be kind to me, for I intend to write it". In the sphere of Western cultures, the history that is fed to us is the one that our leaders want us to see and read. It is unconcievable that one should so easily fall into the trap of taking a set up and a lie as true history, especially being in a democracy of free speech, where allegedly, we are fed both sides of an argument, but in reality, the common perception is united. I sicken at the thought of what countries such as the USA have done to my country only to reduce Russian influence in the area. Serbia and Russia are democracies now, and as it is, they are more democratic than the self proclaimed 'champion campaigner' of democracy, USA. What we need is for people to open their eyes and awake from the somniferous sleepwalk we have been led into by the alleged champions of free speech in Western society.