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Serbia Blind to Croat Long-Term Goals

Jan 21st, 2013 | By | In Croatia, Former Yugoslavia, Interview, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis

Historian Vasilije Krestić, member of Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences (SANU), talks about relations between Serbs and Croats, Kosovo and Metohija province, EU, Vojvodina, SANU, politicians… “Croatian goal is a large, ethnically clean, Roman Catholic Croatia. We have tied our ship to EU, which is taking Kosovo province away from us”, Krestić said.

“Croatia’s political goals for the last 150 years are: Croatia cleansed of Serbs, border on Drina river, and annexation of parts of Serbia’s northern province of Vojvodina. All of our politicians who are negotiating with Croats ought to be aware of these facts. This is a standard Croatian policy and it has not changed”, says Krestić.

Academic Vasilije Krestić, who has been researching the history of Serbo-Croat relations for many years, points out that Serbian politicians ignore the Croatian political goals, and get uncritically involved in discussions about “improving relations”. Improved relations, Krestić claims, can only be built on the basis of reciprocity – one gets as much as he gives.



Croat Troops in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992, German Documentary, 09:01

Jan 20th, 2013 | By | In Bosnia, Croatia, Documentaries


European Neo-Nazis Fight on Croatian Side, German Documentary, 10:13

Jan 20th, 2013 | By | In Croatia, Documentaries, Former Yugoslavia


Kosovo: Can You Imagine?, Boris Malagurski, 29:54

Jan 20th, 2013 | By | In Documentaries, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis, NATO Aggression


Stolen Kosovo – Uloupené Kosovo, Czech Documentary, 56:26

Jan 20th, 2013 | By | In Documentaries, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis, NATO Aggression


Kosovo – La Guerra Infinita, Italian Documentary, 1:18:02

Jan 20th, 2013 | By | In Documentaries, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis, NATO Aggression


Robin de Ruiter: Who Killed Slobodan Milošević and Why

Dec 7th, 2012 | By | In Books, Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, Former Yugoslavia, NATO Aggression

Sudden suspicious death of former Yugoslav and Serbian President Slobodan Milošević in Hague Tribunal’s detention cell continues to raise questions among the researchers and independent media six years later.



The Tall Tale of General Ratko Mladić’s Arrest

Jul 16th, 2011 | By | In Analysis, Bosnia, Controversy, Earlier, Former Yugoslavia

“Spasi Srbiju i ubij se, Borise!” – Save Serbia and kill yourself, Boris! – is a few years-old slogan Serbs have been chanting to their president Boris Tadić – in the streets, in sports’ arenas, during frequent rallies and demonstrations.



Albanian Drug Ring Busted in Brooklyn, NY

Jul 15th, 2011 | By | In Earlier, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis

What about the US senators, congressmen and presidential candidates who were the beneficiaries of Albanian crime syndicates?

According to the AP, “A ruthless syndicate of ethnic Albanians in the United States, Canada and Europe orchestrated a multimillion drug-dealing scheme spanning a decade, at times hiding shipments of cocaine in luxury cars and using gunplay and other violence to protect its turf” [...]



Srebrenica Forensics: 1919-1923 Victims in Total

Dec 13th, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Current, Earlier

Srebrenica myth, divorced from facts and devoid of truth, spun by the Washington and Brussels bureaucrats in collusion with Bosnian Muslim leadership, is further promoted by the brainless cult followers like Mia Farrow (above, piously mourning Bosnian Muslim cutthroats in Srebrenica). Unfortunately, the incurable narcissists always on a hunt for occasions to feel good about […]