For this and other massacres, war crimes tribunal in Hague pardoned Muslim commander Naser Oric. – The brutal killing of the child Slobodan Stojanovic showed how much they hate everything that is Serbian. Most victims were mutilated before the liquidation. For the “exploits” Oric was awarded the “golden lily” the highest award for military Merit of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina His name was Slobodan Stojanovic he was 11 years old. His mother, Desa Stojanovic, died of broken heart. Continue reading →
The desecration of an ancient Orthodox church near Tirana is a crime against Albania’s cultural heritage, Director of International Relations and Projects at the Albanian Television Kleart Duraj said in an interview to the Voice of Russia. Media said that … Continue reading →
News from the occupied Kosovo and Metohia 21.01.2013. * About 50 tombstones at the Orthodox cemetery in Prizren were torn down during the night, said KIM radio * The National liberation fighters monument from World War II in the centre … Continue reading →
25.10.2012 Branko Ilic , Serbian FBReporter Damascus (Agenzia Fides) – The body of the greek orthodox priest Fr. Fadi Jamil Haddad, pastor of the church of St. Elias in Qatana, was found today in the Jaramana neighborhood (north of … Continue reading →
25 сентября 2012 Уничтожение святыни во “благо” людей? В Сербии будет затоплен православный монастырь Неужели духовные лица Сербии не понимают, что уничтожение православных святынь, тем более с их согласия, принесут сербскому народу только беды и инесчастья?! Господи помилуй!БЕЛГРАД. В Сербии … Continue reading →
Путин пообещал православию в Сербии и Косово российскую поддержку Голос Росии Русский мир 12.09.2012, 15:12 Фото: РИА Новости Помощь Сербии и Косово в вопросах поддержания православия очень важна для России. Об этом заявил президент России Владимир Путин журналистам по итогам российско-сербских … Continue reading →
Церкви и монастыри в Косово и Метохии Кроме живых монастырей или тех, которые были активными до войны и были уничтожены от албанских боевиков, в Косово и Метохии есть монастыри, которые находятся в руинах со времен Османской империи. Некоторые из них … Continue reading →
Churches and monasteries in Kosovo and Metohija Beside the living monasteries or those which had been active prior to the war and were destroyed by Albanian militants there are monasteries which are in ruins since the Ottoman times. Some of … Continue reading →
This is part of a strategic dialogue on Yugoslavia. See John Feffer’s opposing argument here, and their respective responses here.
The successful demonization of the Serbs, making them largely responsible for the Yugoslav wars, and as unique and genocidal killers, was one of the great propaganda triumphs of our era. It was done so quickly, with such uniformity and uncritical zeal in the mainstream Western media, that disinformation had (and still has, after almost two decades) a field day.
The demonization flowed from the gullibility of Western interests and media (and intellectuals). With Yugoslavia no longer useful as an ally after the fall of the Soviet Union, and actually an obstacle as an independent state with a still social democratic bent, the NATO powers aimed at its dismantlement, and they actively supported the secession of Slovenia, Croatia, the Bosnian Muslims, and the Kosovo Albanians. That these were driven away by Serb actions and threats is untrue: they had their own nationalistic and economic motives for exit, stronger than those of the Serbs.
Milosevic’s famous speeches of 1987 and 1989 weren’t nationalistic — despite the lies to the contrary, both speeches called for tolerance of all "nations" within Yugoslavia. He also never sought a "Greater Serbia," but rather tried to maintain a unified Yugoslavia, and when this failed — with the active assistance of the NATO powers — he tried, only fitfully, to allow stranded Serb minorities to stay within Yugoslavia or join Serbia, a matter of obvious "self-determination" that NATO granted to Kosovo Albanians and everybody but Serbs (for documentation on these points, see this Monthly Reviewarticle I co-authored with David Peterson in October, 2007).
Bishop Artemije: The answer to the question regarding the interview Srbi na okup, 06. 18. 2012 No doubt a recent interview with the Bishop Artemije has caused a lot of interest. This is apparent in the number of reactions and … Continue reading →