Since the Turkish invasion of the Balkans in the Middle Ages, its history is dominated by the killing of Christians by Muslims even though this was the opposite of the narrative advanced to justify US intervention against Serbia in the 1990s. At the time, under cover of US media, the massacres continued:
The death of the boy Slobodan Stojanovic (11) is one of the silent witnesses of crimes committed against the Serbs in Srebrenica. He was found with six outbreaks of the upper jaw and with a broken abdomen in the form of a cross, and his arms were cut off to his elbow. He returned to the village to take his dog he had forgotten when fled from the crib of Naser Oric. The youngest victim of Oric’s crimes is Vladimir Gajic, who was only four years old, Novica Bogicevic fourteen …
For years, I warned of the catastrophic consequences of President Bill Clinton’s regional Islamic nation-building, aiding and abetting the Bosnian Muslims against the Christian Serbs. Like President Carter backing the Ayatollah Khomeini against the pro-American Shah, the consequences of aiding and abetting Islamic movements are catastrophic. And here is more: on Monday, the Bosnian Muslim war criminal Naser Oric was acquitted of all charges of war crimes — by a Bosnian court.
This is an outrageous miscarriage of justice. There is no doubt whatsoever that Oric led a number of massacres of Serbian civilians in the villages around Srebrenica over several years, killing more than 3,000 people. Some were crucified on trees, burned alive, tortured horribly. He even committed crimes against the Muslims in Srebrenica when he and his cronies controlled the town, but all is forgiven now: if you kill Serbian civilians, the international community doesn’t see it as a crime.
Here is a great documentary made by some Norwegian and Bosnian Muslim film makers about the truth behind Srebrenica. It isn’t pro-Serbian, but the truth is the truth, and anyone with a somewhat open mind can perceive it. It was actually banned by the Swedish state broadcaster SVT for being too controversial:
From CIW NEWS Contributor
Bosnia and Herzegovina crime war
Srebrenica, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BA) is estimated to have a population of 3.5 million with a growth rate during 2010-2015 of -0.1% pa.
At the same rate of change, in five years' time its population will increase by 0 million.