Thursday, July 31, 2008

Berlin ♥ Iran

In the first speech by a German chancellor to the Knesset, Angela Merkel earned Israel's respect in March by insisting that Iran's nuclear program must be stopped and that, if necessary, "Germany will push for further sanctions."
Oh, really? It now turns out that only a month earlier, Germany's Export Control Office had given the green light for a €100 million ($157 million) gas deal with Iran. Business interests, it seems, trump any proclaimed concerns for Israel's security.

Did Germany strike a gas deal with Iran?

Photo: Hartmut Schauerte
A parliamentary state secretary in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet appears to have acted illegally in influencing the country's Export Control office (BAFA) to approve a €100 million-plus deal for liquefied natural gas with Iran.
"I've become an annoyance," boasted Hartmut Schauerte, a Christian Democratic Union (CDU) member of parliament and state secretary for the Economics Ministry, in an article in the Siegener Zeitung newspaper about his efforts to secure a permit for the massive gas contract.

“Boycott Durban 2!”

Nearly seven years ago, the, UN World Conference against Racism met in Durban South Africa. The official aim of the event was the public recognition of slavery and colonialism as crimes. However, the conference mutated into an upright tribunal against Israel and its right to exist as well as defense for unfree states and dictators. Now, the United Nations plans a Durban Review Conference to take place in April 2009 in Geneva. A group of intellectuals urges European governments to call off their participation in this event/conference.

Lying with Impunity: CNN Can't Resist Fabricating Informations

Inventing the news and brainwashing the masses has been CNN's main job since its inception: the web page under CNN's video tag with the fabricated footage from Belgrade demonstrations has been removed from the internet.
Under the title "CNN Opens a Subway in Belgrade" Serbian RTS reported that the most viewed American news television yesterday broadcast the footage of July 30 unrests which interrupted the Belgrade rally, generously stuffing it with chunks from much more violent demonstrations which took place a year ago in Budapest, Hungary.
Serbian TV commented that the impressive amount of attention Atlanta-based broadcast giant has paid to Belgrade unrest was hampered by the fact the editors didn't have enough of sufficiently explosive visual material which would justify CNN's enormous interest in Serbian demonstrations, so they once again resorted to their favorite Hollywood trick Serbs were thoroughly familiarized with since the CNN "coverage" of the 1990s civil wars in former Yugoslavia, montaging and pasting together the sequences from Budapest and Belgrade protests, and showed them as the latest Belgrade demonstrations, under the typical creepy title -- "Serb ultranationalists rally".

Serbophobia as a Policy

According to the organizers, independent media and General Delic, Belgrade rally against the new Serbian government and in support of former President of Republic of Srpska Radovan Karadzic has gathered over 70,000 people. The MSM has cut those numbers down to quarter. July 30, 2008, Belgrade, Serbia
July 30, 2008 Statement of the Serbian Association of Writers, signed by its President of the Board for Defense of Freedom and Rights, Predrag R. Dralic Kijuk

Even though the Hague tribunal issued exonerating verdicts to Naser Oric and Ramush Haradinaj, rewarding them for the crimes against the Serbs, Belgrade government has continued the humiliating cooperation with this ad hoc American court and deported Radovan Karadzic to Hague on July 30, at 3:45 a.m.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Ich Bin Ein Beginner

By Dennis Prager /Picture:AWE
To better understand Sen. Barack Obama, his speech before 200,000 Germans in Berlin is one good place to start. As we shall see, however, it does not leave one secure as to the senator's understanding of history, of America's role in the world, and what to do about evil, among other important issues.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Kostunica: US, EU and Tycoons are Serbia's Supra-Party

In the midst of continuing daily protests against the shameful arrest and ahead of Tuesday's big rally of support for Dr. Radovan Karadzic, organized by the Serbian Radical Party, Serbian Patriotic Movements "Obraz" and "1389", and supported by the Serbian opposition (Vojislav Kostunica's DSS and Velimir Ilic's NS), Glas Javnosti talked to former Serbian premier about the arrest of Bosnian Serb republic's first president and the treacherous new government. The following are translated excerpts.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Boris Tadic Ousted from the Piva Family as a Disgraceful Traitor

Members of the Piva family clan in Montenegro from which Serbian President Boris Tadic descends, have decided to oust Tadic from their family, after he had dishonored them with the shameful act of treachery.
"The utter shame Boris Tadic had brought upon us with the arrest of Radovan Karadzic, our Drobnjak neighbor from Penjica [Dr. Karadzic's family roots are also in Montenegro], cannot be justified in any way. We can't forgive such disgrace," said members of the Piva family clan, who had signed the initiative for ousting the current Serbian president from their family.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Uncle Sam and John Bull Love to Stoke Fires (Away from Home)

The ongoing spitting contest, led by the UK and US mainstream media and the Western political apparatchiks, competing who is going to spew more vitriol and throw more napalm over the still-smoldering ruins, while issuing the most damning verdicts to yet-to-be-tried President of Republic of Srpska Dr. Radovan Karadzic, is yielding quick results: old hatreds are fully resurrected and Bosnia-Herzegovina is rapidly sliding back to the 1990s, when Western mainstream talking heads' chorus played exactly the same vile role, inflaming, exasperating and prolonging the carnage in the Balkans.
Bosnian Muslim leaders have once again eagerly jumped on the Western tsunami of malice, to announce that "this is only the beginning" (another one), and to demand the abolition of the Serb republic in Bosnia-Herzegovina, being that Uncle Sam and John Bull keep assuring them Bosnian Serbs deserve to be exterminated -- a threat most certain to push the region closer to another round of bloodshed.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Like an Athonite Monk

Belgrade daily Vecernje novosti reports that Radovan Karadzic, a faithful Orthodox Christian, is fasting for the sixth day, emphasizing this is no "hunger strike" and that Dr. Karadzic's physical and mental health are impeccable.
According to the daily, even though he can get almost anything he requests while in custody, Karadzic had asked only for the Bible, books and icons. His brother Luka brought these from the New Belgrade apartment, where Karadzic lived before being kidnapped. Now, the St. Archangel Michael, St. Sava and the icon of Christ Pantocrator are gracing the wall of the custody cell of the Belgrade's Special Court. Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos was the only one that was not allowed in, because of its glass encasement.

Friday, July 25, 2008

The Hague Circus Gets to Perform Another Day

BBC interview with Srdja Trifkovic
The fact that Karadzic could face trial at The Hague is causing consternation among those who consider the court to be anti-Serbian. Srdja Trifkovic is one of them. He is an American historian, journalist and political analyst, and an expert on Balkan politics.
TRIFKOVIC: It would be a hugely significant moment if it were to be followed by a fair and just trial that would seek to establish the facts of the case, not only on Srebrenica but also on what came to pass in Bosnia between 1992 and 1995. However, in Serbia many people – including those who favor the new, pro-European government – have a very jaundiced view of The Hague Tribunal, especially since the release of Naser Oric, the wartime commander of the Muslim garrison in Srebrenica, came just before the capture of Karadzic. In fact, in Belgrade The Hague Tribunal is universally regarded as a politically motivated tool for providing quasi-legal justification of political decisions made by the powers-that-be back in the early 1990s.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Iran: Karadzic arrest `historic moment` for world Muslims

Iran said that the arrest of Radovan Karadzic was a ‘historic moment’ for the people of Bosnia and Herzegovina and world Muslims, transmits Iranian state agency IRNA. “Arrest of Radovan Karadzic, the former Bosnian Serbs leader, after 12 years marks a historic and unforgettable moment and an important event,” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Hassan Qashqavi.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Karadzic arrest: the unanswered questions

M Bozinovich
In the last episode of high profile arrest only two things are certain: that no one knows what happened to the $5 million bounty on Milosevic and that the Serbian Premier Djindjic, who arrested Milosevic, ended up getting killed.Radovan Karadzic, aka Dragan David Dabic with documents to prove it, posed as a neuropsychiatrist and even […]

Serbian Traitors and Enemies' Gloating

"Radovan Karadzic never fled justice, he merely refused to submit to the biased court of victor's injustice disguised in a Kangaroo suit at the Hague," John Bosnitch, Canadian journalist said, commenting the latest events.
Karadzic’s Arrest: Bosnian Myths Rehashed
By Srdja Trifkovic,
The spirit of the media frenzy surrounding the arrest of the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic on July 21 is based entirely on the doctrine of non-equivalence inaugurated in 1992: Serbs willed the war, Muslims wanted peace; Serb crimes are bad and justly exaggerated, Muslim crimes are understandable.
This doctrine was spectacularly reiterated a month before Karadzic’s capture, when the Muslim wartime commander of Srebrenica, Nasir Oric, was found not guilty by The Hague Tribunal of any responsibility for the killing of thousands of Serb civilians by the forces under his command in the three years before the fall of the enclave in July 1995. It is also apparent today, in the endless media repetition of Karadzic’s alleged bellicose intransigence before and during the Bosnian war.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Karadzic kidnapped !

Hizbullah's Triumph: The Long-Term Implications of Prisoner Exchanges

On June 29, 2008, the Israeli Cabinet approved a prisoner exchange with the Lebanese Shi'a terrorist organization Hizbullah. The deal includes the return of the bodies of Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev, two Israeli soldiers unlawfully kidnapped on the eve of the Second Lebanon War (2006).

Pat Condell: Islam is Not a Victim

Monday, July 21, 2008

How Far They've Fallen!

...Said Liz Milanovich, commenting tomorrow's meeting between the Republican U.S. President George W. Bush and Kosovo Albanian war criminal and mafia chieftain Hashim Thaci. Because, this is what the Republican Policy Committee had to say about the KLA terrorists a while back: The Kosovo Liberation Army: Does Clinton Policy Support Group with Terror, Drug Ties? From 'Terrorists' to 'Partners'

Sunday, July 20, 2008

US urged al-Qaeda to move on Kosovo, terrorist

A renown Jihad veteran currently fighting extradition from Bosnia where he has a citizenship, says that the United States was demanding in 1995 that his Bosnian Muslim El-Mujaheed unit move to Kosovo where US was expecting new Balkan fighting to be started soon.
U.S. to continue supporting Kosovo: Rice

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Bishop ARTEMIJE of Kosovo Protests Bush Meeting with 'Terrorist, War Criminal, and Racketeer' Hashim Thaci

Statement by His Grace Artemije, spiritual leader of Kosovo-Metohija Serbs, Bishop of Raska-Prizren Diocese (Amercian Council for Kosovo)
On July 21, President George W. Bush is scheduled to meet with Hashim Thaci, styled by some 'Prime Minister' of the separatist Albanian Muslim administration in the Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija. As pastor of the Orthodox Christian people of Kosovo, I protest to the fullest possible degree the fact that President Bush would bring dishonor on his office and sully the good name of the American nation by receiving such an infamous terrorist, war criminal, and organized crime chieftain.

Friday, July 18, 2008

Hamas: Egyptian negotiators too pro-Israeli; we'll see if Germany can get us a better deal for Schalit's release

Emboldened by the assymmetrical swap with Hizballah, Hamas wants more. "Hamas: Germany will get us a better deal on returning Schalit," by Khaled Abu Toameh for the Jerusalem Post, July 18:
In the aftermath of Wednesday's prisoner swap between Israel and Hizbullah, there are increasing calls in Hamas to replace the Egyptian mediators with German intermediaries in the talks on abducted IDF soldier St.-Sgt. Gilad Schalit.
Several Hamas officials have been quoted over the past 24 hours as expressing deep disappointment with the way the Egyptians have been handling the Schalit mediation effort.
"The Egyptians have proved that they are unable to put enough pressure on Israel to accept our demands," one Hamas official reportedly said.
Another Hamas official said his movement was under the impression that the Egyptians "were on Israel's side more than on our side."
It may not be so much that Egyptians are trying to cut a great deal for Israel's sake as it is that they stand next in line after Israel to lose the most from a stronger, bolder Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip. Hamas has smuggled weapons continuously from the Egyptian side of the border, and has already blown open a border crossing with Egypt once. For that matter, an increase the stature of Hamas, which is itself an Muslim Brotherhood offshoot, could energize the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and add to the threat to the current regime (which, of course, is no prize either).

Kosovo Serbs' Wailing Wall

On July 15, as the photographies of 2,500 killed and missing Kosovo Serbs were uncovered on the Wailing Wall in the headquarters of the Association of the families of the Serb victims in Kosovo-Metohija, the Association chair Simo Spasic assessed that "Serbian state and especially the international community has done nothing to determine the fate of the Serbs kidnapped and killed in the southern Serbian province."
He stressed that, according to the data of the international organizations, over 3,500 Kosovo Serbs have been killed before, during and after NATO aggression, but the Association of the families has thus far compiled detailed information about 2,500 Kosovo Serb victims, kidnapped and murdered in the southern province, "for whose suffering no one has been made accountable".

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Get Your Barf Bags Ready:

Clinton Secretary of State had her Own Secretive Trysts
By Wayne Madsen, Online Journal
Former Clinton Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, an adviser to the Barack Obama campaign and godmother of chief Obama foreign policy adviser Dr. Susan Rice, carried on an affair with Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci in a flagrant abuse of her office. WMR has received further confirmation from well-placed sources in Croatia, Serbia, and Kosovo that Albright had Thaci at her virtual beck and call for sexual encounters. Thaci was in his late 20s and early 30s when he was having the affair with Albright, who was in her sixties at the time.
On December 10, 2007, WMR reported: “It is rumored that during negotiations on Kosovo in Rambouillet, France in 2000, [Secretary of State Madeleine] Albright had more than a diplomatic interest in Thaci, who was then 31. Thaci is to become the Prime Minister of Kosovo. The New York Daily News reported that when Albright walked into the hotel room of the Albanian delegation in Rambouillet at midnight, one Albanian told her to ‘go away’ and come back in five minutes. The Albanians thought Albright was a hotel cleaning lady. Albright reportedly exploded in rage and hurled explicit language at the Albanians.”

Nazi killer of Serbs gets his US citizenship revoked

Egner took part in Nazi unit that participated in the mass murder of more than 17,000 Serbian civilians during World War II. US granted him citizenship till now.
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Bosnian Muslim leader threatens war on Serbs

Son of the late Muslim leader Alija Izetbegovic warns the international community to react to the Serbian “separatism” rather that to leave it to the Bosnian Muslims do deal with it in their own way.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Abu Hamza to Move From Bosnia to Serbian Kosovo Province

Republic of Srpska daily Fokus reports that the notorious mujahedin Imad Al Hussein, better known as Abu Hamza, who came to Bosnia-Herzegovina responding the jihad call by the Bosnian Muslim wartime president Alija Izetbegovic, will move to another U.S.-carved wahhabi base in the heart of Europe, Serbian Kosovo and Metohija province.
Syrian-born Abu Hamza who, along with tens of thousands of other Middle Eastern mujahedins who were beheading Bosnian Serbs from 1992-1995, was awarded an honorary Bosnian citizenship for his contributions to Bosnian jihad by the Bosnian Muslim leadership, stayed in Bosnia-Herzegovina after the civil war and became an informal leader of Arab mujahedins naturalized in Bosnia, struggling to preserve their Bosnian citizenship and sheltered status.
According to the NATO forces stationed in Bosnia, Abu Hamza recently formed an organization called Ansaria (Serb. Ensarije), providing financial and legal assistance to Arab mujahidins threatened with deportation to their home countries from Bosnia. However, Abu Hamza is now getting ready to escape from Bosnia to Kosovo-Metohija province in Serbia, if the Bosnian court under the American pressure confirms decision to revoke his citizenship.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Bundestag Party Takes their Government to Court Over Serbia

Political party Die Linke (The Left), the fourth biggest party in the German Parliament with 54 MPs, brought the lawsuit against their government before the state's Constitutional Court over the continuing engagement of the German Army (Bundswehr) stationed in the southern Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija.

Serbian Parliament in Kosovo-Metohija Backed by the New Government

The new Serbian government supports recently formed Parliament of the Kosovo-Metohija municipalities with remaining Serbian population, ethnic Gorani (Slavic Muslims, loyal to Serbian state) and other non-Albanians remaining in the province. In its July 10 session, Serbian government confirmed its determination to continue the policy of the previous, Kostunica government, towards the southern province of Kosovo, "an inalienable part of the integral and inseparable constitutional, judicial and state system of Serbia", as emphasized in the official statement after the government session.

Monday, July 14, 2008

UNMIK covered up human organ trafficking

UN investigation in the Albanian trafficking in organs of deliberately murdered Serbs was doomed to failure because members of the UN mission in Kosovo themselves were implicated in it claims Serbian daily. UNMIK Head of the Office for Missing Persons and Forensics Jose Pablo Barajbar stopped the investigation claims source.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Srebrenica Serbs Mourn Alone

On Saturday, Bosnian Serbs have again gathered to commemorate more than 3,500 Srebrenica Serbs massacred by Naser Oric's mujahedins stationed in the UN "safe haven" during the Bosnian civil war (1992-1995).
Unlike the day before, July 11th, when the world descends on Srebrenica to collectively mourn Bosnian jihadists who lost their lives during the battle for Srebrenica (July 1995), the butchery of Bosnian Serb civilians -- women, children and elderly from Srebrenica and surrounding villages -- went by, this year yet again, without the thunderous expressions of the righteous indignation by the Western ambassadors serving in Bosnia-Herzegovina, without the EU High Representative's moving and thoughtful speeches, without the foreign reporters and photographers hunting the most heart wrenching expression of grief, without the eclectic mix of obscure celebrities and Hollywood stars, eager to show their "human side" to the world, while straining to look pretty under the Muslim head coverings, in the midst of bellowing praises to Allah and ritualistic animal slaughter.
This year's commemoration of the victims of Oric's cutthroats and the tragedy of the Serbian people in this region was additionally burdened by the fact that the appellation board of the Hague tribunal had acquitted the only man thus far accused by the Hague for the genocidal crimes against Srebrenica Serbs, Naser Oric.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Thirteen Years Later, Srebrenica Muslims are Still 5,000 Bodies Short

"Those mourned in Potocari [Srebrenica Muslim cemetery] are the ones who torched hundreds of Serbian villages and killed thousands of Serbian civilians": Parade of 10,000 strong unit of Bosnian mujahedins in Zenica during the Bosnian civil war.
Thirteen years after the alleged "genocide" against Bosnian Muslims in the town of Srebrenica, a UN "safe-haven" Muslim war criminal Naser Oric was using as a base for his 28th mujahedin division, from which he organized murderous raids on surrounding Serbian villages during the entire Bosnian civil war (1992-1995), Bosnian Muslims have yet to present to the world the actual remains of those 7,000-8,000 Muslim fighters they keep mourning in front of the cameras since July 1995.
Furthermore, they are expected to prove to the world that these "Muslim men and boys" were not killed in a battle for the town of Srebrenica, which would be a normal part of any war, however unfortunate, but "executed in cold blood".

Friday, July 11, 2008

Berlin is prepared for Obama


The Hague Failure

Serbian war crimes prosecutor Vladimir Vukcevic said yesterday that the Hague tribunal, as "one of the most controversial institutions, disputed by the politicians, by the experts, by the judiciary, by the accused and by the victims, two years ahead of its closure, has failed to achieve the satisfactory result."
According to Vukcevic, it is difficult to give any positive assessment of the Hague tribunal's work after the shameful acquittals of Bosnian Muslim war criminal Naser Oric and Kosovo Albanian war criminal Ramush Haradinaj.
"Haradinaj procured his acquittal through the liquidation of the witnesses. Two eyewitnesses, one indirect witness and six potential witnesses to his crimes were killed. In the case against Haradinaj, the Hague council of judges had clearly pointed to these 'problems' in presenting the evidence but, in my opinion, they have tolerated this scandal through their decisions," Serbian state prosecutor said.
He reminded that in the case against Oric, the horrific war crimes against the Bosnian Serb population in Srebrenica and the surrounding villages were acknowledged, but none of the perpetrators mentioned in the pre-trial sessions in the Hague and locally have been indicted or processed.
"So, we have the war crimes, we have the victims, but there is no punishment. As a prosecutor, I have a very hard time accepting this. It is not easy to stave off the sickening feeling and the fact that the victims have been victimized once again," Vukcevic concluded.

Prof. Markovic: Reconciliation?! Rubbish!

Professor of Philosophy and one of the founders of the Serbian Socialist Party (SPS) Mihailo Markovic (81) said that advertisement of the new ruling coalition between the Socialist Party and Tadic's DS under the slogan of a "historical reconciliation" of the two diametrically opposed political factions is pure rubbish.
"At the SPS Main board session Dacic, Obradovic and Skundric talked about the just concluded trade arrangement as of 'reconciliation'. This has nothing to do with reconciliation, because what is at issue here are different programs and politics. It is a whole other thing when the states are at war and then they reconcile. Here, we have political principles and programs. There are countless ideological and practical reasons which make it impossible to reconcile these two parties," Academic Markovic said. According to him, the biggest among the ideological obstacles is the fact that Tadic's Yellows advocate capitalism and globalism, with United States at the helm, and the minimal state interference in the economic trends, while the SPS supports all forms of proprietorship.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

German Chancellor Slams Obama's Brandenburg Gate Idea

You have to marvel at the massive hubris of the Obama campaign to even suggest something like this to the German government: Merkel warns Obama not to use landmark for ‘electioneering’.

Foreign Officials Covered Up Gruesome Albanian Atrocities

Investigation of the forceful extraction and sale of internal organs of the Serbs kidnapped by Kosovo Albanians, which was first brought to public attention by the Hague's former chief prosecutor Carla Del Ponte in her recently published book "The Hunt, Me and War Criminals", was bound to fail while the UNMIK members were a part of it.
Belgrade daily Vecernje novosti offers further confirmation of suspected involvement of the high international officials in the monstrous crime chain, ran and organized by the Albanian terrorist KLA after the Serbian Army and police have pulled out from the southern Serbian province, and NATO took over the security in the region.
According to Carla Del Ponte, Albanian leaders of the terrorist KLA (UCK), who are at the same time the key political figures in the severed Kosovo-Metohija province, such as Hashim Thaci, Ramush Haradinaj and Agim Ceku were the main operators of the most gruesome branch in a wide scope of their criminal activities.
The report, published on Wednesday, quotes former UNMIK official who wished to remain anonymous, revealing some of the less known details of the thwarted investigation and continuous cover-up of the Albanian post-war atrocities in southern Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Government Cvetkovic-Dachek

The new Serbian government headed by Mirko Cvetkovic and dubbed the Cvetkovic-Machek government (in reference to the quisling government of Yugoslav Kingdom with Croat Machek who signed the pact with Hitler, after which the government was immediately toppled) or, more accurately, a Cvetkovic-Dachek government, with Socialist Ivica Dacic as the first vice-premier, formed yesterday, will have 27 cabinet members and 24 ministries. At the July 7 parliament session, Cvetkovic presented to the MPs the six principles government, comprised of the political parties gathered around Tadic's DS, Dacic's Socialists and the minorities, will be guided by.

Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Fatima ! Where The Hell Are You Again ?

Ari Plikat Titanic July 2008

Fitzgerald: The new Jews, and how we must defend them

We hear increasingly that Muslims are “the new Jews.” Muslims are not "the new Jews." In Western Europe all of the non-Muslims, both the indigenes and other non-Muslim immigrants, are "the new Jews," -- though it must also be added that for the moment it is especially Jews in Western Europe who are "the new Jews."
For the most powerful current carriers of antisemitism in Europe are Muslims. 50% of the antisemitic attacks in Western Europe have been attributed to Muslims, who make up less than 5% of the population. And of course Arabs have many times shown pro-Nazi sentiments -- from Rashid Ali in Iraq, who staged a pro-Nazi coup, to Anwar Sadat, who was jailed by the British for his pro-Nazi plotting (while Nasser's brother-in-law distinguished himself after the war by publishing an Arabic edition of Mein Kampf), to the Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin al-Husseini, who met with Hitler, expressed his enthusiasm for the Endlosung and, what's more, helped raise an S.S. brigade of Bosnian Muslims.
Continue reading "Fitzgerald: The new Jews, and how we must defend them"

Oric's Acquittal Beyond the Pale

"Based on the Hague tribunal's prior work, I expected that the court's appellation board at least confirms the ICTY verdict, according to which the genocidal criminal, commander of the 28th Muslim division in 'demilitarized' Srebrenica, was found guilty and convicted to only two years imprisonment -- less than he had spent in Scheveningen prison during the trial. Decision by the appellation board to overturn that verdict and pronounce the war criminal innocent is indeed beyond even the most pessimistic expectations," Dr Milan Bulajic, Chairman of the Genocide Research Foundation, told Glas Javnosti.

Monday, July 07, 2008

Press statement on the anti-Semitic threats of the Iranian functionary Mohammad Larijani on the "Third Transatlantic Conference" in Berlin

The Mideast Freedom Forum Berlin severely protests against the anti-Semitic agitation by the Iranian top official Mohammad Larijani on the "Third Transatlantic Conference" on June, 24-25, 2008 at the representation of the country Hesse in Berlin.

Albanian Mafia the Single Biggest Threat to Europe

March 2008 report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime which went conveniently unnoticed and uncovered by the western mainstream media, though generally upbeat, bringing the good news of the crime rates dropping in the Balkan region as a whole, and announcing Balkans as "much safer than previously thought", underlines, once again, the growing concern over the flourishing Albanian mafia, which is now, thanks to the Western power centers, ruling over the Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija.
Beyond the fancy charts and maps, behind the joy over the "improving trends", the report titled Crime and its Impact on the Balkans [.pdf file], hides a very grim reality of the far-reaching deadly tentacles of Albanian organized crime, exasperated and turned into a malignant disease by the western backing of severing Kosovo-Metohija province from Serbia.

Sunday, July 06, 2008

Muslims offended again

Kaaba had been flushed down a toilet !

Germany admits financing Larijani forum

The German government has admitted it was deeply involved in funding last month's conference here on the Middle East, and reports indicate it suggested inviting former Iranian deputy foreign minister Muhammad Javad Ardashir Larijani to speak at the gathering, where he called for the destruction of Israel.
At the Third Transatlantic Conference - whose stated purpose was to address "common solutions" in the Middle East - Larijani said the "Zionist project" should be "canceled" and argued that Israel "has failed miserably and has only caused terrible damage to the region."

Republic of Srpska to Sue United Nations and Netherlands

Republic of Srpska [Serbian republic in Bosnia and Herzegovina] Premier Milorad Dodik announced the lawsuit against the United Nations and the government of Netherlands, because the Dutch battalion stationed in Srebrenica has done nothing during the war to protect the surrounding Serbian-populated villages from the slaughter by the Muslim troops under Naser Oric's command.
Shocked by the shameful verdict of the Hague tribunal, acquitting Srebrenica warlord Oric, Dodik said that various Bosnian Muslim associations sued the government of Netherlands and the UN court declared itself authorized to adjudicate in the case against the Dutch troops, which did not protect the Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica.
"Following the same principle, Republic of Srpska will, in the next few weeks, bring up the charges against Netherlands", Dodik announced on Friday.

Operation Bandit

The Operation Bandit, in which then-President of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vojislav Kostunica was to be assassinated by the sniper hit in Sarajevo on July 15, 2002, was planned and organized by the Western intelligence services.
According to Belgrade daily Kurir, Vojislav Kostunica was to be assassinated by the sniper hit on July 15, 2002 in Sarajevo, ahead of the start of the tripartite conference of the leaders of Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Herzegovina [BiH] and Croatia. The assassination was planned by the western intelligence services, and the operation was codenamed "Bandit". The action was discovered in time, and the assassins who should have arrived from Croatia never reached Sarajevo.

Friday, July 04, 2008

Srebrenica Facts and Fiction

AFP reporter captured Srebrenica 28th Muslim Division as it escaped Srebrenica alive and well armed, a week after they were allegedly massacred by the Bosnian Serb Army
In his book "Searching for the Truth", Milivoje Ivanisevic used 65 pages to document the ways in which the western officials deceived the world public regarding the Srebrenica takeover by the Bosnian Serb Army, and another 70 pages to list the names of the Serbs from Srebrenica town and municipality who were tortured and killed by the Muslims.

Russia's Stand on Kosovo-Metohija Province Remains Firm

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon overstepped his authority by deciding on his own, outside of UN Security Council, to scale back the United Nations mission in southern Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said in an interview with media outlets from Group of Eight countries ahead of a G8 summit in Japan next week.

Kosovo officials arrested for heroin

Serbian police has arrested a Serb and 2 Albanians with half a kilo of heroin near town of Kursumlija.
The 2 Kosovo Albanians arrested are brothers Naim and Aziz Halimi and are employed for the Kosovo separatist assembly in the Serbia's southern province's capital Pristina.
Kosovo is a Serbian province dominated by Islamic separatists with suspected ties to drugs, sex slavery and other vice that have been recognized as an independent state by US and several other countries while vast amount of world's states refuse to recognize the illegal declaration of independence these separatists made in February.

Thursday, July 03, 2008

German university teaches anti-Semitic theory

Mounting pressure from non-Jewish groups and the Israeli Embassy in Berlin has led the German Sports Science Association and the University of Göttingen to convene special sessions to address an anti-Semitic theory propagated by Göttingen Prof. Arnd Krüger.
At an academic conference on June 20 in Göttingen, Lower Saxony, Krüger argued in his lecture on "Hebron and Munich: How do we communicate sports history without getting caught in [the] snare of anti-Semitism?" that the 11 Israeli athletes and coaches who died at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich essentially committed suicide "for the cause of Israel."
According to a report in the mass-circulation daily Süddeutsche Zeitung, Krüger contends the sportsmen sacrificed themselves to prolong financial restitution from Germany, and to preserve guilt among Germans due to the Holocaust.

"I was Tried by the Inquisition"

"I was tried by the inquisition, and not by the court of justice", former leader of the Republic of Srpska Krajina in Croatia, Milan Martic, said at the beginning of his address to the Hague tribunal's appellation board headed by Fausto Pocar.
"It was hard to figure out who was the prosecutor and who were the judges", Martic said.
Judge Bakone Moloto shocked everyone by saying Croatia Serbs should have collectively moved out of Krajina in Croatia, leaving their homes, property and land they have inhabited for centuries, to spare Croats the trouble of having to ethnically cleanse them. He asked Martic: "Why didn't you move out to Serbia on your own? They would have recognized you there as a nation and in that way you would have spared both the Croats and yourselves the trouble", to which Martic responded in disbelief that both Croat fuhrer Pavelic and his successor Franjo Tudjman would have envied this "judge".

Brave Honorable Romania

"Romania will not take part in forming the institutions which imply the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo and Metohija", Romanian President Traian Basescu said two days ago in Brussels.

Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Wiesenthal Centre to German Foreign Minister:...

..."Condemn, Investigate and Discipline Those Responsible for Berlin Government-Backed Antisemitic Conference that Undermines Chancellor Merkel's Policy"
Wiesenthal Centre to German Foreign Minister: "Condemn, Investigate and Discipline Those Responsible for Berlin Government-Backed Antisemitic Conference that Undermines Chancellor Merkel's Policy"

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Continuing Uncompromising Struggle for Kosovo and Metohija

"We are moving to the opposition benches and continuing the struggle for Serbia's state and national interests", the outgoing Premier Vojislav Kostunica announced on Thursday, at the convention of his political party, DSS (Democratic Party of Serbia). He said that the moment has arrived for the DSS to demonstrate the power of its convictions as the political party in opposition.
"It is better that the SPS (Socialist Party of Serbia) had shown it is politically closer to the parties forming the coalition 'For European Serbia'. They have shown their true face and, in doing so, spared us of the union with those who have no convictions, but recognize their personal interests only," Kostunica said.

Most German Imams Uneducated Fundamentalists

A disturbingly high percentage of the Islamic preachers in mosques and Islamic centers across Germany are uneducated Dark Ages fanatics. What could go wrong?
Muslim Integration: Most Imams in Germany Lack Academic Qualifications.
A study on Islamic preachers in Germany has found that most imams are unable to help Muslim immigrants integrate into mainstream German society because they are insufficiently prepared for their stay in Germany.
According to the study “Imams in Germany,” up to 20 percent of preachers belong to the more conservative, fundamentalist strand of Islam. The study also discovered that only one fifth of imam’s possess academic qualifications.