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Tribute to Heroes: 70 Years Since the Bloodiest Battle of WW2

Feb 2nd, 2013 | By | In Bytes 'n Bits

The bloodiest and longest standoff of WWII – the Battle of Stalingrad – lasted 200 days and claimed 2 million lives. Russia and the rest of the free world are marking the 70th anniversary of this epic struggle, which became the turning point leading to overthrow of Nazi Germany.

The anniversary of the Soviet victory in what was the biggest land battle of WWII will be widely celebrated throughout Russia on Saturday. About 1,000 guests have arrived in Volgograd – formerly Stalingrad – to participate in the celebrations, including a military parade, battle reconstructions, fireworks and more.

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 Latest Ignored News

Sep 11th, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Bytes 'n Bits, Croatia, Earlier, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis, MSM Watch

Have you read the latest news about the cutest squirrel in the world jumping in front of a young couple’s camera on vacation? Did you know that Michael Jackson’s brain wasn’t buried with the rest of his remains? How about the outrage over that evil Republican yelling “You lie!” to Obama, in the midst of another of his historical speeches? How horrific is the announcement that Oprah might quit her daytime show after this season, her only 19,678th in a row? Welcome to the Western mainstream media, where you get well entertained and superbly brainwashed, but never properly informed.

Kosovo is Serbia, by Dr. Vojin Joksimovich

Sep 8th, 2009 | By | In Books, Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis

“This ebook tells the sad story of US foreign policy blunders in the Balkans. It is a shameful tale of duplicity, double standards, and mismanagement. The backing of Albanian terrorists, the bombing of Serbia and the recognition of Kosovo as an independent state mark a historic turning point. If Americans really want to know why their country is no longer regarded as ‘the home of the brave and the land of the free,’ they should read this ebook.” (James Bissett, Former Canadian Ambassador to Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Albania)

Journalists of Serbia Seek Justice for their Colleagues Kidnapped and Killed in Kosovo Province

Aug 26th, 2009 | By | In Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis

The Association of Journalists of Serbia today staged peaceful protests in front of EULEX headquarters in Priština. In a meeting with EULEX Chief Yves de Kermabon, they requested investigations to be ordered regarding the journalists kidnapped and killed in Kosovo and Metohija province, in the period from the beginning of 1998 to the end of 2000.

Serbs Stripped of Basic Human Rights

Aug 18th, 2009 | By | In Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, Former Yugoslavia, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis

During the past two decades, Serbia has been placed under a heavy magnifying glass by the West (or the “international community”, as Western politicians and their media prefer to call themselves), persistently scrutinized for any trace of deviation from an imposed political ideal, especially when it comes to the treatment of Serbia’s countless minorities. All along, however, the human rights of Serbs in Serbia and outside, although continuously and viciously violated, remain ignored.

Guča, the 8th World Wonder

Aug 9th, 2009 | By | In Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, Weekend

Another lazy summer in Serbia had shot up to the searing heat within minutes on the morning of August 5, as soon as the 49th Guča Festival officially opened. This is the time when Serbia becomes a sensuous belly button of the world, swaying, thumping, pulsating, undulating, throbbing and rocking in the exuberant rhythm and sound of the blazing trumpets.

Morally Exalted Western Europe was Cashing in on Bosnian Bloodbath

Jun 25th, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier

Former President of Republika Srpska (RS, Serb Republic in post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina) Radovan Karadžić has requested documents on illegal shipments of arms to Bosnian Muslim paramilitaries during the 1992-1995 civil war in the former Yugoslav republic. Also, 18 witnesses confirm Karadžić was guaranteed immunity by the United States.

Bosnian Croats Moving to Republic of Srpska

Jun 19th, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, Former Yugoslavia

According to Leo Pločkinić, President of the Mostar-based NGO Croatia Libertas, a growing number of Croat families are selling their property in the capital of the Croat-Muslim federation of post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina, and moving to East Sarajevo municipalities, in the Bosnian Serb Republic (Republika Srpska, RS).

Black Propaganda: Of Spooks, Journos and Politicos

Jun 14th, 2009 | By | In Books, Bytes 'n Bits, Earlier, MSM Watch

Three books, compiling impressive evidence about the unsavory collusion of mainstream media with the elites in power, offer an invaluable insight into the intricacies of black propaganda, war-making, manufacturing consent and cover-up of the real motives and agenda behind the all-too-frequent Anglo-American philanthropic pursuits, threatening to devour the globe. Anyone who still views “unexpected outbreak of hostilities” or wars, seemingly out of the blue “crisis” and political emergencies as a series of unconnected, random, unrelated events mysteriously flaring up in various parts of the world in cryptically rhythmic intervals, like tornadoes and earthquakes, should consider these three books a must read, to break free from the paralyzing delusion.