• RSS feed

Former Yugoslavia

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.



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

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

Follow



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.



Mainstream Media or Retard Informs Retards

Aug 27th, 2009 | By | In Bosnia, Current, Earlier, Former Yugoslavia, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis, MSM Watch

In the past two years in United States we had four Yugoslavian terrorists who wanted to “kill as many American soldiers as possible”, a coldblooded Yugoslavian murderer who shot a man in the face, killing him in broad daylight in the midst of New York, a Bosnian mass murderer who gunned down random mall shoppers, two naturalized Americans who wanted to wage violent jihad around the world, and a Bosnian beauty — all belonging to none of the world’s known nations, and mostly coming from a nonexistent country.



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.



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).



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.



Marko Prešeren: Slovenia Fired the First Shots in Yugoslav Civil War

May 28th, 2009 | By | In Analysis, Current, Earlier, Former Yugoslavia, Slovenia

The first investigation of the violations of the international law during the first armed conflict in former Yugoslavia, in June 1991 in Slovenia, resulted in a “shocking discovery”, according to the Slovenian Žurnal 24. The uncovered hidden side of these events debunks the widely accepted official version, according to which the Yugoslav National Army (JNA), equated with Serbia, “attacked Slovenia” following its unilateral declaration of independence from the Yugoslav federation. Quite the opposite is true, said Slovenian researcher Marko Prešeren: it was Slovenian paramilitary forces (inconspicuously named “Territorial defense”, TO) who have attacked Yugoslav Army stationed in Slovenia, in violation of the international law and Geneva Conventions.



The Hague, Mockery of Law and Justice

Mar 12th, 2009 | By | In Former Yugoslavia, Kosovo-Metohija Crisis

Follow Serbian Club of Generals and Admirals: Mockery of Law and Justice In regards to the Hague verdict issued to Serbia’s state leadership, Serbian Club of Generals and Admirals considers the verdict legally baseless and a mockery of law and justice, since it does not correspond to the verified facts and cynically disregards key issues […]