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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.



Public UN Debate About The Hague Tribunal

Nov 20th, 2012 | By | In Controversy, Current, Earlier

United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) President Vuk Jeremić has called a public debate for April 10, 2013 on the role and performance of international ad hoc criminal tribunals founded by the UN in achieving justice and reconciliation among nations.



Statesman Wins Russia Elections

Mar 6th, 2012 | By | In Earlier

March 4, 2012 will be remembered in history books as the day the world’s only remaining statesman convincingly won Russia’s presidential elections.

President Vladimir Putin – a true statesman and the greatest leader the world has seen since World War II – has no peers today.



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 […]



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.



16 Years Since the Medak Pocket Massacre

Sep 9th, 2009 | By | In Croatia, Current, Earlier

September 9 marks 16 years since the massacre Croat forces committed in the villages and hamlets south and southeast from the town Gospić in Serbian Krajina, called Medak Pocket (Medački Džep) — a UN safe haven — mutilating, raping, setting on fire and killing 88 Serbs. Memorial services to the victims were held throughout Serbian lands, and in the Church of Saint Mark in Belgrade.



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)



Phase of “Soft” Ethnic Cleansing of Serbian Kosovo Province

Sep 6th, 2009 | By | In Commentary, Earlier, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis

Unable to carry out the final pogrom of the remaining Serbs and other non-Albanians in the southern Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija while the World Court is deliberating on the illegality of Priština’s unilateral declaration of independence, ruling Albanian terrorists, guided by the Empire’s administrators, are using other methods to finish the ethnic cleansing of the province [...]