Hate-Oh NATO

From Ilic Branko:

On this day 30. May, 1999.: NATO committed a horrible crime on a bridge in Varvarin, Serbia In that attack were killed 10 civilians, while 16 of them sustained serious injuries. The first attack killed three people and at least five wounded. A few minutes later, the aircraft returned and fired two more missiles that left seven people dead who in the meantime come to the bridge to help the victims of the first attack.

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Srebrenica Genocide Remembrance Day: July 11

The European Parliament has reached a decision on January 15, 2009, that the 11th of July each year will be observed across the EU as the Srebrenica Genocide Remembrance Day.

My comment:

Of course the Srebrenica case was a tragedy, as was the entire Bosnian war, as is every war. There are many open questions regarding Srebrenica, that are somehow swept under the rug. Not to minimize the extent of the tragedy, but the Western media play with the figures just like that – five thousand, seven thousand, eight thousand Bosnian Muslims, and yet a significantly lesser number of bodies has actually been found – that number is in the hundreds, not thousands. The rest of the bodies would have been found by now, as I am sure every inch of Bosnia and Herzegovina was searched. Of all the victims, there were no women and girls – they were safely escorted by buses to Bosnian Muslim territory. Only men and boys were executed at close range, mostly shot in the back of the head – but most of them, even the 16 year olds, were wearing combat clothes of the Bosnian Muslim Army. Some had managed to throw away their military clothes and quickly change to civilian pants and shirts, but they still had the army underwear and socks on. So, not all of them were civilians. Some victims of Srebrenica that were counted as dead, appeared and voted in the Bosnian elections the following year. But, okay, the world has accepted that a very bad thing has happened in Srebrenica. A horrible thing. Serbia has accepted it too, and President Boris Tadic – who has nothing to do with what President Slobodan Milosevic has done – has apologized and has visited Srebrenica.

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Top 10 Mass Murderers of the 20th Century

Here is a list of mass murderers of the 20th century, by German magazine Bild. Forgive me if I spelled some names wrong. I am transcribing them from Serbian. Note that Tito, lifetime dictator of Yugoslavia, takes 10th place, and was responsible for the death of a million lives. Much more than I knew. I know of a quarter of a million of Serbian lives, 3 times more than the Nazis have killed (the Nazis have killed about 70,000 Serbs), but the figure is apparently higher. And we thought this guy was a god. Disgusting. Such is the power of propaganda and brainwashing. Thank God Communism is over. I wish we never had to go through this bullshit experiment. Mao Tze Tung, dictator of Communist China, responsible for the death of 50 million people. Stalin, dictator of the Communist Soviet Union, 40 million lives. Adolf Hitler, dictator of Nazi Germany, 20 million lives. Chung Kai Shek, again China, 10 million people. Lenin, again Soviet Union, 4 million people. Toyo Hideki, Japan, 3 million people. Paul Pott, Cambodia, 2 million people. Mengitsu, Ethiopia, 2 million people. Yahya Khan, Pakistan, 1 million people. Josip Broz Tito, Yugoslavia, 1 million people.