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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.

Clinton’s Big Lie: “Srebrenica Massacre”

Sep 1st, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Earlier, Interview

When former Bosnian viceroy, a mouth-frothing Serbophobe Paddy Ashdown (who didn’t blink an eye while shamelessly lying under oath in the Hague, in an attempt to smear the Serbs with another nonexistent crime), ordered forming of the “Srebrenica Commission” under the banner of the Bosnian Serb Government in 2004, he probably never imagined his ploy to falsify “Serb confession” would eventually backfire. Satisfied with the boastful headlines his crafty little maneuver produced in the Western mainstream media, Ashdown went on his merry way into oblivion, leaving his Srebrenica Commission investigators to disclose their actual findings.

“Srebrenica Massacre” Invented by Bill Clinton and Alija Izetbegović

Aug 12th, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Earlier, Interview

“After 14 years of investigating events that took place in Srebrenica in 1995 I can attest there was no genocide over Muslims in that enclave — the myth about the massacre of Muslims was invented by the late Bosnian Muslim war leader Alija Izetbegović and then-U.S. president Bill Clinton,” Swiss researcher Alexander Dorin, author of the book Srebrenica — The History of Salon Racism (Srebrenica — die Geschichte eines salonfahigen Rassismus) told Belgrade daily Press in an exclusive interview.

Serbian Orthodox Monk and His Wolves

Jun 22nd, 2009 | By | In Earlier, Interview, Weekend

Serbian Orthodox Hieromonk Amvrosije, the sole guardian and hegumen (Serb. iguman, abbot) of the recently restored 12th century monastery Kovilje, has tamed two wolves, a fox, an eagle, a snake, raven, rabbit and an owl. His parishioners say their devoted young priest is a God’s miracle.

Lt. General Stevanović: Kumanovo Agreement was Never Honored

Jun 11th, 2009 | By | In Earlier, Former Yugoslavia, Interview, NATO Aggression

Kumanovo Agreement was signed ten years ago, on 9 June 1999, after 5 days of negotiations between the American and British NATO/KFOR representatives and Serbian military and police leadership. Ending the 78 days of NATO aggression against FR Yugoslavia, based on the Yugoslav side’s acceptance to withdraw its security forces and allow the international troops, under the UN auspices, to take over the peace and security in Kosovo province, the Military Technical Agreement signed in Kumanovo also contained some key guarantees given to Serbia by the NATO/KFOR, none of which, apart from cessation of aggression, were honored by the Western alliance.

Vladimir Kršljanin: Serbia’s True Face

Jun 6th, 2009 | By | In Earlier, Interview, NATO Aggression

Vladimir Kršljanin, close associate of the late Yugoslav and Serbian President Slobodan Milošević and a former member of the uppermost leadership of the Serbian Socialist Party, is today presiding over the Serbian National Movement, one of the youngest organizations on Serbian political scene, which gained prominence during the recent commemoration of 10 years since NATO aggression against Serbia.

Bernd Rabehl: American Democratic Dictatorship is Merely Another Form of Fascism

May 15th, 2009 | By | In Earlier, Interview

Berlin University Professor Dr. Bernd Rabehl, closest associate of Rudi Dutschke (leader and spokesman of the left-wing German student movement of the 1960s), is regarded by the followers and critics alike as the “most important theoretician of the 1968 student movement in Germany”. One of the first genuine dissidents in the West who fought against both left and right-wing dictatorship, Rabehl asserts the U.S. hegemony has destroyed freedom and culture in Europe, under the pretext of spreading democracy and “American way of life”.

ŠuNATOvac Must Go!

May 1st, 2009 | By | In Earlier, Interview, NATO Aggression

To their greatest dismay, Serbian public discovered via NATO pact’s web site, that Serbia is among the countries scheduled to take part in the May 2009 exercises of the Western military Alliance in Georgia, on Russian border. At the time when Serbia was marking ten years since the brutal 78-day NATO aggression, in which more than 3,500 mostly civilians were killed and the country destroyed, such an announcement came as a particularly insulting punch in the face, causing a storm of resentment and demands for removal of Dragan Šutanovac from the position of Serbia’s minister of defense.

O’Connell: ICJ has Clear Case Against Severing Kosovo from Serbia

Apr 18th, 2009 | By | In Earlier, Interview, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis

American international law expert, Professor at Notre Dame University Mary Ellen O’Connell assessed the International Court of Justice has a clear case to declare imposed secession of Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija illegal and unlawful.

Admiral Schmeling: 1999 German Government Belongs Behind Bars

Apr 5th, 2009 | By | In Earlier, Interview, NATO Aggression

Admiral Elmar Schmeling, former head of NATO Counter-Intelligence Service and German Naval officer said that his state’s government from 1999 would have to face the war crimes tribunal for crimes committed in Serbia during and after NATO aggression, with toxic munition and substances which are still killing Serbia’s population ten years on.