FROM PHOENIX, ARIZONAREADERS' FORUM
reactions to... "Aztlan:
America’s Kosovo" (Djurdjevic’s Speech, May 20, 2000)
A Million Thanks!
From the Chair…
Finally, from the Man Himself
Some reactions to... “Gen. Ojdanic in Moscow” and "The Other Side of the Coin” (Letter to Toronto Star, May 21, 2000)
A Shocking Editorial
I Salute You
Governor General: Passing the Buck
Governor General’s Moral Decay
Serbs Refuse Bishop Artemije’s Help
reactions to... "Kosovo
Sex Slaves” (TiM Bulletin 2000/5-7, May 28, 2000)
British Teen Kidnapped by Albanians, Forced to Work as
reactions to... "Rocky’s
Rockettes” (TiM Bulletin 2000/5-6, May 25, 2000)
Time for Another Boston Tea Party?
“Studio B” Did a Good Job
complementary article to... "Njegos
Banned in Bosnia” (TiM Bulletin 98/7-1, July 1, 1998)
Nobel Literary Laureate, Some Serbian Songs Also Banned in
Croat War Crimes Convict, Snitch, Freed Early!
reactions to... "The
Day Milosevic Broke Serbia’s Heart” (TiM Bulletin 2000/6-2, June 3,
NATO Threatened to Nuke Belgrade?
of the Day…
reactions to... "Aztlan:
America’s Kosovo" (Djurdjevic’s Speech, May 20, 2000)
Texas - A Million Thanks!
TEXAS, May 21 - We received the following feedback from Colette Mauboussin of Carollton, Texas:
“A million thanks to you, Bob, for your brilliant speech at
the Arizona Convention, and for the presence of Mr. Pat Buchanan, another
man like yourself, who speaks the truth.
Your views, writings and valiant efforts are most appreciated by
this reader who wishes you, your country and all that you do, a long life.
I'd like to mention that I also appreciated looking at your
'red, white and blue' clothing at the Convention. Thank you for EVERYTHING!”
France - Elated!
FRANCE, May 22 - We received the following letter from Francois Thouvenin, a TiM reader from France:
“Boy, it really feels elating to read such things written
by a thoroughbred American ! In France too, we have rotten politicians who
do not give a damn about their country and open it up to all would-be
immigrants in the world, including the galaxy ! (You should try
"our" Arabs, for instance: Mexicans are sweet doves as compared
to them...) And the same is true for the rest of Europe.
Now, this is exactly what NWO is all about: wantonly killing
individual nations in order to have one huge flock of senseless,
ever-consuming, ever-obeying sheep. Under the politically correct guise of
the "melting pot" immigration (both legal and illegal), lies the
best mean to realize this Satanic objective... (remember the Babel tower
Your America is the America that we, the French, have always
loved: a country of freedom, pride, truth and honesty, not a leftwing
Long live France, America and Serbia!! Down with the
Halfbright line!! "Populists" of all countries, UNITE!! Buchanan
for President!! (if I may so wish, being a foreigner).”
Francois Thouvenin, France
Ed.: Of course, you may, Francois! There
are no foreigners among the patriots of the world.
Arizona - From the Chair…
ARIZONA, May 22 - We received the following letter from Gene Kirkman, chairman of the Arizona Reform Party:
I didn't get the opportunity to congratulate you on your excellent speech
at our convention. It's rare that a convention has two highlights, your
address and Pat Buchanan's carried the day for us. I know I speak for all
our Reform Party members in saying, "Thank you" for taking the
time to help us. It means a great deal to all of us and serves renew our
energy as we fight to change American politics. Thanks again.”
Gene Kerkman, State Chair, Reform Party of Arizona
Virginia - Finally, from the Man Himself…
VIRGINIA, May 31 - Last but not least, here’s a reaction to the speech by the Man himself - Pat Buchanan:
“Dear Bob: This is just a personal note of thanks, both for your loyal support, and that terrific speech at the Reform Party Convention. Let us give the New World Order types a battle they will never forget - or recover from. All the best, Pat.”
Pat Buchanan, Virginia
Some reactions to... “Gen. Ojdanic in Moscow” and "The Other Side of the Coin” (Letter to Toronto Star, May 21, 2000)
Toronto - A Shocking Editorial
TORONTO, May 21 - We received the following letter from Christopher Black, a Toronto lawyer, who enclosed his own reaction to the Toronto Star story about the Serb Gen. Dragoljub Ojdanic’s visit to Moscow in early May:
I sent the following to the Editor of the Toronto Star re. their editorial
on the "Offensive Visitor".
Your editorial is shocking in its complete disregard for the
truth and its complete servility to the Nato propaganda machine. When WW
III breaks out as a result of Nato's aggression in the Balkans, you and
your newspaper will have to stand to account to the people of the world.
I will not go into the mountain of facts that you continue to
remain ignorant of or deliberately ignore regarding the causes of the war
on Yugoslavia, who caused it, why they caused it and how the myth of human
rights violations is used to justify it. You have access to the same
information as I do so I can only conclude that your newspaper is bent on
deliberately lying to its readership and that therefore you have sunk to
the level of a propaganda sheet.
I am attaching two papers for your edification if that is
possible. The first a paper
on the nature of the ICTY I presented first in Bonn, Germany last May at
an ant-war conference and later presented in Paris last October. It has since been published in several journals around the
world including lately Mediterranean Quarterly of Duke University Press.
The second, regarding the true role of Louise Arbour in the
attack on Yugoslavia, was published in Z magazine in the USA in February,
and Canadian Dimension magazine in March/April.
I am sending the papers as they appear in the US e-zine Swan's.
Perhaps you will learn why the Russians welcomed their visitor, and
why your newspaper should start telling the people the truth about
Canada's cowardly role in this war. But I won't hold my breath.”
Australia - I Salute You
TORONTO, May 21 - We received the
following cryptic comment from Boris Mihailovic, a TiM reader from
I salute you. Good luck with Pat. Kind regards,”
Boris Mihailovic, Australia
Ottawa - Governor General: Passing the Buck
OTTAWA, June 1 - Having heard that
Canada’s Governor General, Adrienne Clarkson, had announced her
intentions to honor the former NATO commander, Gen. Wesley Clark, with a
medal, we sent her the following letter on May 22:
Your May 18
announcement re. Gen. Clark
Hitler also pinned medals on "deserving" Nazi
"heroes." Do you want to emulate that western leader's steps in
history when you pin the Meritorious Service Medal on the unindicted war
criminal Gen. Wesley Clark for his "indefatigable efforts" in
annihilating Serb civilians?
In case you haven't heard, NATO bombers under Gen. Clark's command killed over 2,000 civilians, 79 of them children, during the 79-day air campaign. You may wish to check out the enclosed letter to the Toronto Star for additional details.”
Bob Djurdjevic, Truth in Media, Phoenix,
which Canada’s Governor General replied on June 1, basically passing the
buck to a committee:
“On behalf of the Governor General of Canada, I thank you for your recent e-mail. The Governor General has taken due note of your concerns regarding the award of a Meritorious Service Cross to U.S. General Wesley Clark.
The Governor General bestows honours on behalf of all Canadians to recognize merit in various fields of endeavour. All honours including the Order of Canada, Bravery and the Meritorious Service Decorations are awarded by the Governor General on the advice of duly constituted committees. In accordance with the regulations of the military division of the Meritorious Service Decorations, a military advisory committee reviews files of candidates and the Chief of the Defence Staff recommends names to the Governor General.
On the Governor General's instructions, your comments have been brought to the attention of the Meritorious Service Decorations Advisory Committee (military division) and of the Chief of the Defence Staff.
Again, thank you for writing to the Governor General.”
Quebec - Governor General’s Moral Decay
QUEBEC, June 4 - We received the
following letter from David A.
Kyne from Quebec:
THE MATTER OF: Feminist Whore Adrienne Clarkson and the
"decoration" of General Clark
am an graduate student and student of law and I live in Québec. I am a
Catholic Conservative and a Sovereignist (Secessionist).
was quite struck when I read your account of the exchange between your
organization and the far left feminist harpy currently occupying the post
of "Governor - General." As an aside, if you have not seen
"Ms" Clarkson in person, she (or it) is an aging Asian female
who has adopted Caucasian "monikers" as social camouflage.
do not watch television very often, because I have a PC and Internet
access. But I was not aware that Clarkson gave Clark a medal. This is preposterous. But
par for the course up here north of the 49' parallel.
on line, I read nothing of this unsavory development. But nevertheless, the "Canadian" socialist federal
government has a habit of doing things which it's citizens generally do
not find out about until after the event has been concluded. If ever.
ought to look a little closer at the personal/social background of
"our" "G-G." (governor-general). She (it) originally
married a man by the name of Clarkson.
The marriage failed. And then Adrienne decided that what she really
wanted to be was a career woman and professional "activist."
So, she left-"ditched" her two children, both daughters,
now in their late twenties, early thirties, and went out into the world to
make a career. She left her family behind as if they had never existed.
At the time of her "investiture," these persons were approached and stated that they had no intention of attending the ceremony "honoring" the neglectful bitch who had walked away from them as children. And they did not in fact attend. Relations between "mother" and daughters are non-existent. Sincerely Yours,”
David A. Kyne, bac., (hon), maitrise
TiM E.: Thank you for your feedback, Mr. Kyne, and for sharing the info. about Mizz Clarkson. Sounds like she is one of the "Amazing UN Amazon Women," such as Hillary Clinton, Madeleine Albright or Janet Reno, about which we've written before.
Just one clarification, as far as we know, Clarkson has NOT yet presented this award to Clark; only had announced her intention to do so. Which was the point of our writing to her, to try to stop that nonsense.
Kosovo - Serbs Refuse Bishop Artemije’s Help
GNJILANE, June 5 - We received a
letter from a TiM reader who
enclosed the following article from the June 5 issue of Blic, a Belgrade
from Cernica refuse help from Bishop Artemije
- The majority of Serbian population in the village of Cernica near
Gnjilane refused to take financial help of the Serbs from the Diaspora
that Bishop Artemije tried to give to them, Serbian sources report from
Artemije came to Cernica several days after the incident of May
28 in which one Albanian killed three Serbs and wounded two persons of
Only two Serbs took financial aid of 100 German Marks. Others refused it because they do not agree with the work of Serbian National Council (SNV) members in the Kosovo administration.” (TiM Ed.: of which Artemije is a part).
TiM Ed.: Guess these Kosovo Serbs don’t see the Bishop as just a “naïve lamb?” And they probably haven’t even read our early March commentary about him - “Artemije, His Disgrace.”
By the way, for those TiM readers who may not be familiar with the local geography, Gnjilane is the HQ of the American sector in the NATO/KFOR occupied Kosovo.
reaction to... "Kosovo
Sex Slaves” (TiM Bulletin 2000/5-6, May 22, 2000)
Italy - British Teen Kidnapped by Albanians, Forced to Work as
VICENZA, Italy, June 5 - A TiM reader has sent us the following article from the June 5 edition of the London Telegraph in response to our story about the Kosovo sex slaves:
“A British teenage girl was kidnapped by Albanians while
holidaying in Italy and forced to work for 15 hours a day as a prostitute
for five weeks, police said yesterday.
The 18-year-old daughter of a Briton and his Latvian wife,
from Southgate, north London, was so badly beaten by her captors that she
temporarily lost the sight of one eye.
Police in Vicenza, near Venice, said that when they broke
into a city-centre flat on Friday and arrested her two captors, they found
her "completely terrorised". Earlier the girl, who was born in
Riga, had managed to raise the alarm. She pretended to the Albanians that
she had a Latvian friend who she thought "would like to also do the
Borrowing a mobile phone from her Albanian captor to ring the
friend to "ask her to come to Italy", she rang her mother and,
speaking in Latvian, told what had happened and gave the address where she
was being held.
Hours later, police in Vicenza broke into the flat and
arrested two Albanians: Riza Engjellush, 21, from Durres, an illegal
immigrant, and Violeta Boboci, 25, a prostitute from Berap.”
A reaction to... "Rocky’s Rockettes” (TiM Bulletin 2000/5-7, May 25, 2000)
MAINE, May 25 - We received the following letter from David Crane, a TiM reader in Maine:
“If you hear of anyone getting another "Boston Tea
Party" together for goods brought in from China, have them pick me up
on the way. Also I need your mailing address again for donations.
(P.S.: Maine has 2 LIBERALS masquerading as ‘moderates’).”
E. Crane, Maine
Serbia - Bravo!
BELGRADE, May 25 - We received the following two reactions from two Belgrade TiM readers, of roughly the same age and educational background, yet with evidently diametrically opposed views of the situation in Serbia. First, here’s a letter from Milos Lazarevic:
“Having read your articles about so-called independent
television Studio B, all I can say is: BRAVO! I should know what kind of a
TV is that, I live in Belgrade.
Let me introduce myself: I am a 25-year old student of
computer science. My father is a university professor and I used to live
in the U.S. from 1984 to 1986.
I'll get straight to the point. Not only do I support what
the Government of Serbia did with Studio B, I think it should have been
done a lot earlier. But it seems that the government waited for every
anti-Serb rat (I'm sorry if you think that these words are harsh but I
couldn't find any other) to take his or her turn in expressing hysterical
hatred towards anything that has a Serbian attribute attached to it. And
you need no more than one attempt at guessing that they are just as
enthusiastic in their sycophancy towards NATO, and everything that it
For months, I’ve had to listen to them banging on about how
the governments of NATO countries want our country to prosper in every
way, how they "didn't want to bomb Yugoslavia, but President
Milosevic gave them no choice(!!!)". Recently I have not been able to
watch their political shows, they were that disgusting!
Their call for an uprising and an armed revolt was simply the
last drop. It is quite obvious that Studio B was a TV in the service of
NATO's Reichministry for People's Education and Propaganda (look in
encyclopedia under Goebbels, Joseph Paul), and that it's primary goal was
not to inform people but to promote NATO interests in Serbia. If someone
doesn't believe this, just take a look how much money they received from
USAID and other such organizations.
And they have the nerve to call themselves
"independent"! But the icing on the cake was a letter of support
from none other than Javier Solana, the man who formally gave the order to
start NATO's war against the people of Yugoslavia! Anyone supported by
Solana should disappear from the political scene in Serbia!
Let me tell you, just in case you got the impression, I am
not a supporter of Slobodan Milosevic. I could write a book about all the
bad things he has done, but my opinion of him does not make me blind to
the facts, unlike some other people. I am not about to participate in
actions to overthrow him so he could be replaced by people who are ten
times worse than he is, in every way. The only thing that would make me
leave Serbia would be if the so-called "democratic opposition"
were to come to power. Serbia would be a country without freedom and thus
without a future.”
Serbia - “Studio B” Did a Good Job
BELGRADE, May 25 - And now, here’s
a letter from Damjan Tatic, also of Belgrade, followed by some
correspondence that the TiM editor exchanged with this longtime TiM
“I hope that you, your family and all your praise - worthy
associates at "Truth in Media" are doing fine. I had begun
following TiM Bulletins over two and half years ago, and found it very
valuable source of information and analysis. Keep up the great work!
However, I have to react to a rather disappointing article
that found its' way onto TiM couple of days ago. It is Mr. Tisma's
ecstatic attempt to justify Milosevic regime's unconstitutional takeover
of Studio B. The takeover is unconstitutional since under Serbian
Constitution the work of media is free of censorship and actions against a
media (in the mentioned case of call to violent overthrow of
constitutional system) may only be taken on basis of decision of a court
and not by Government decree.
Don't get me wrong, I am not a supporter of Serbian Movement
of Renewal SPO, never have been. Studio B's policy to serve as a
"loudspeaker" of that party and its leader Mr Draskovic was
often irritating, at times well below the standards of professional
journalism. However, Studio B was the only TV station in Belgrade that had
provided continuous, well-argumented criticism of Milosevic's regime,
often based on in-depth analysis of the disastrous rule.
One must not forget that Studio B was the first TV station in
Belgrade that had reported about the sufferings of Serbs and other non-
Albanian population in Kosovo and Metohia once KFOR and UNMIK had arrived
there. In its continuous reports on sufferings of Serb and other non-
Albanian population in Kosmet during the NATO "peacefarce",
Studio B often reminded its viewers who is the politician who had
authorized the arrival of NATO troops in Kosmet, even though he had vowed
that "foreign military boot shall never stain the sacred soil of
Serbian Kosovo" (perhaps that was not the exact wording of Milosevic
and his media, but that surely was the message!).
In the wide variety of guests that are part of opposition,
Studio B invited the leader of the moderate nationalist (word
"patriot" had been so abused and tainted in Serbian political
language that I prefer not to use it) Democratic Party of Serbia DSS, Mr.
Vojislav Kostunica, for interviews on couple of occasions. It had also
given decent coverage to DSS's criticism of NATO, White House
Establishment and "international community" in general,
especially their devious deeds in Kosmet. I DO miss all of that now that
Milosevic's regime took Studio B over.
Furthermore, few other non- regime media, such as Radio Index
- the most popular and in my modest opinion the most professional radio
station in Belgrade - that had office in Beogradjanka building have been
illegally prevented to work.
To conclude, I feel that Mr. Tisma's gloating over the
takeover of "NATO media" in Serbia is downright one-sided,
partisan and had not deserved such coverage at the TiM site, especially
not over the reports on the police brutality in Belgrade on May 17th and
Using the not too peaceful protesting of small portion of
demonstrators as an "excuse", the police brutally broke the
demonstrations up. In order to stamp out the attempts of further protest,
after dispersing the demonstrators on Thursday may 18th special police
forces began beating up and arresting indiscriminately anyone they
"deemed suspicious" - it could've been any person that had the
misfortune of being downtown Belgrade that evening. People were dragged
out of restaurants and cafes and brutally beaten up in front of frightened
customers and staff. Up to 40 people were arrested, at least 16 were
seriously injured, 6 very seriously indeed, according to local sources (
"Danas" daily, internet sites of some Serbian opposition parties
like DS). Such information, in my modest opinion, is far more worthy of
inclusion on TiM site than the text Mr. Tisma had written!
Mr. Djurdjevic, thank you for your time. Continue the good
work with the Truth in Media. Take good care.
Tatic, Belgrade, Serbia
Ed. : To which the TiM editor replied.
“If you care to share it with me, I'd be interested to know
what your age is? The reason
I am asking this unusual question is that we've also received some polar
opposite reactions from a 25-year Belgrade resident, who was totally in
support of Mr. Tisma's comments.
It seems to me that both of you are smart, young and
passionate people who may one day regrettably be at each other's throats,
thanks to the divisive policies of the West that are being pursued by some
Serb opposition leaders. I
think it is of paramount importance for Serbia's survival that such an
internal conflict NOT be allowed to happen.
Of course, the Milosevic goons must be condemned for their
violence. But so must be the calls for a violent uprising by Vuk Draskovic
and others that had precipitated the police reactions. And which Studio B, and other "NATO media" (as you
saw some TiM readers call them) had broadcast, as I was told.”
Criticism of the regime? Yes. Open forum for free, civilized
discussion? Yes. But no
responsible, truly independent, media outlet would have allowed its air
waves to be used by one party to broadcast calls for an armed insurgency.
Unless, of course, such media were not really independent; were working
for the enemies of the Serbian people; were intentionally provoking the
Milosevic regime; and were asking for the trouble that they eventually
which Mr. Tatic replied:
“Thank you for your prompt response and kind words J It is a
reaction one may have expected from you. J
As for your question, I am 31, am a lawyer by education (Mastera
Degree in International Public Law - so I am also professionally
interested in "TiM's" remarkable analyses of international
politics ). And at the moment
I am working in a non-governmental organization for protection of heritage
( I am also volunteering in number of disabled people's organisations,
since I am disabled wheelchair user myself).
Certainly, calls for armed uprising is something one cannot
approve of, not just because of democratic principle, but also since such
irresponsible calls are something that both the NWO lords and Milosevic's
regime await with open arms and cynical smiles - even more woe for Serbia
I am among majority of those opposed to Milosevic's regime
that believe that the conditions for fair democratic elections can be won
only through peaceful resistance and civil disobedience to the regime, and
not through "armed insurgencies" (to be quite truthful, such a
thing in a Serbia today seems much more like a fantasy than like possible
reality, even when a portion of crowd gathered at meetings had chanted
"Uprising, uprising" - exception being some sort of military
coup, which number of people also sadly dream of ... ).
I am happy to observe that many young people, mainly the
students, share that opinion and that over the past few days some moves in
the direction of yet another peaceful student protest have been taken.
Some friends who had attended today's rally on Student's Square said that
there was quite a lot of people and that it was peaceful ... The way it
ought to be!!!
In retrospect, I may have used some harsh words in describing
Mr. Tisma's work, but I just felt irritated by the one - sidedness. It is
a mistake many in Serbia fall in nowadays - either you are "a
patriot" and then you support Milosevic or you are "a
democrat" and thus you shall unconditionally support the
"Western democracies". Some are already beginning to realize
that such a dualism is not correct and hopefully many more will do so in
near future ...”
A complementary article to... "Njegos Banned in Bosnia” (TiM Bulletin 98/7-1, July 1, 1998)
Bosnia - Nobel Laureate, Some Serb Songs Also
BOSNIA, Oct. 8, 1999 - Nearly two years ago, we published the following comments in a TiM Bulletin about the New World Order’s “nation building” and spreading of “freedom” and “democracy” in Bosnia:
Shakespeare being banned in England; Goethe in Germany; Tolstoy in Russia;
Voltaire in France; Dante in Italy; Steinbeck in America... What's the
world coming to? Are we returning to the Spanish Inquisition era? Or to
the communist/fascist "inter-war" period which preceded World
answer is - no! It's even worse than that. Neither the Austrian emperors,
nor Hitler or Mussolini, nor Tito (the Yugoslav communist dictator) had
the audacity to do something like that when they occupied and ruled
Yugoslavia. But a U.S.-sponsored, Spanish inquisitor had just done it in
Bosnia - in an inimical Big Brother style.
Carlos Westendorp, the neo-colonial "governor" of Bosnia, an NWO-stitched-together "country," has just outlawed the use of the famous Serb poet Njegos in the schools' textbooks. His reason? "Because Njegos' poems might offend the national feelings of the Muslims," the Spanish inquisitor reportedly said. As if that weren't bad enough, Westendorp also added that Njegos was "an ideologue of ethnic cleansing".”
Well, this week, a TiM reader sent us a
story that reads like “Act II” of the “NWO
Inquisition in Bosnia,” an article by Aleksandra
Priestfield titled “Rewriting History,” posted at the Swans
Web site. The ban in Bosnian Serb school libraries now evidently also
includes the works of Dr. Ivo Andric, a Nobel literature laureate, some
Serb folk songs from WW I, such as “Tamo Daleko” (“There, Far
Away”) and “Krece se Ladja Francuska” (“The French Ship is
Leaving”), and even Yugoslavia's national anthem.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
“A startling press conference was held in Banja Luka, the
"capital" of the Serbian part of Bosnia (the Republika Srpska)
on October 8, 1999. It was triggered by the extraordinary actions of the
European Community, that banned (amongst other things) the works of Nobel
laureate Dr Ivo Andric from the textbooks of Republika Srpska
In a response to this flagrant interference into the culture
of a people, not to mention the breaking of the bloodily-enforced Dayton
agreement, Professor Predrag Lazarevic, educational consultant, had this
of all, what are 'offensive' texts? They are texts which promulgate lies
about another race or nation in order to demean or insult that race or
nation. But something rather
strange has occurred here - texts revealing truths about another race or
nation have now been presented as 'offensive'…
international community has gone further. It maintains that texts which were not offensive to the
totalitarian government of socialist Yugoslavia are suddenly deeply so.
Which texts, then are we talking about?
and foremost, this concerns the work of Ivo Andric. A well-known excerpt
from his novel "The Bridge on the Drina" has been deemed
offensive - an extract dealing with the Turkish 'blood tribute' , the
taking of Christian children from the territory of occupied Bosnia…
thing that is apparently upsetting is the
Yugoslav national anthem, 'Hej Sloveni' ('Hey Slavs')…
I was surprised, but upon reflection I understood that what was
'offensive' in this song was the sentence Damned be he who betrays his
homeland, which sentiment is obviously uncomfortable for those who may be
feeling this way.
are other examples. Songs like 'Tamo Daleko' ('There, Far Away') and 'Krece
se Ladja Francuska' ('The French Ship is Leaving') have been excised from
musical studies. I don't know who wanted this - perhaps the French, in
order to avoid accusations of collaborating with the designated aggressors
in Yugoslavia? …
this type of politics we are supposed to enter the European Union. I don't
know how the French would react if their major literary works became
unacceptable - Balzac, Stendhal, Hugo - or how the English would react if
someone questioned the worth of Milton or, God forbid, Shakespeare. And in
our country Njegos (one of our foremost poets) is being put under the
to conclude, Mrs Alexandra Stiegelmayer [of the EU] warns us that unless
we accept the renovation of the symbols of [Turkish] occupation, unless we
accede in toto to the demands from the EU, we will not be accepted.
I would like to ask Mrs Stiegelmayer - how can we even ask to
be members of the European Union when the international community has
turned Bosnia into the lowest form of protectorate? Is it possible that in
a sovereign country of any description a civil servant from the UN,
however exalted his position, can displace the legally elected President
of a Governing Council, can render irrelevant any member of that Council,
can unilaterally make decisions and thrust them upon a people, can meddle
with that people's traditions, history and past, and deny the right of
free election - to meddle, in a word, with the very stuff of democracy?”
Ed.: Of course, it is possible, Prof. Lazarevic.
That’s what the European Union and other globalist institutions
are about: thought control and autocracy, not freedom, democracy or
sovereignty! Just check with
Mr. Joerg Haider and his Austrian supporters, whose democratically
expressed choices were also struck down by a gang of EU autocrats (see “Haiderbash
Western Europeans continue to behave like sheep,
ostriches or sardines, and allow such travesties to continue, it may
not be long before Balzac or Shakespeare are indeed banned in the EU, just
as Njegos and Andric already are in Bosnia.
Norway - Croat War Crimes Convict, Snitch, Freed
NORWAY, May 26 - Students of history and of the Hague kangaroo court may remember the name Drazen Erdemovic. He is a Croat who claimed he was forced to shoot the Muslim prisoners in the aftermath of the fall of Srebrenica in July 1995. It was this allegation that was used by the War Crimes Tribunal for indictments of Dr. Radovan Karadzic, then president of the Bosnian Serb Republic, and Gen. Ratko Mladic, the top Bosnian Serb military commander.
Well, looks Erdemovic, who was actually convicted at the Hague for his own crimes, has just received a payoff for being such a good a snitch. Here’s a letter we received from Yann Grundt, a TiM reader in Norway, where Erdemovic had been serving his sentence:
“The biggest paper of Norway, Verdens Gang, 23/may -2000,
p14, writes that Drazen Erdemovic is released after 3.5 years of prison.
He was sentenced in 1996 to 10 years of prison. As he cooperated, the
sentenced was reduced to 5 years. Erdemovic has been in a Norwegian
prison, and it is usual here to release prisoners after 2/3 of their
sentence spend in jail.
According to the paper, Erdemovic has admitted to have killed
100 people, and he is a key witness against the general (Mladic) and
Radovan Karadjic in the Hague.-
First the kangaroo court makes the prisoner admit to Gogolian
numbers (100 killed by one man), and then they just release him after
having been some time in a "first class" Norwegian prison. The
Soviet trials were not that ridiculous when you look at the Hague. Except if they really has found and have
identified the bodies of the men killed by Erdemovic.
Maybe you could write an article "Treason and Trade
among the Kangaroos"?”
Yann Grundt, Norway
reactions to... "The
Day Milosevic Broke Serbia’s Heart” (TiM Bulletin 2000/6-2, June 3,
Austria - NATO Threatened to Nuke Belgrade?
June 4 - We
received the following comment from Gerhoch Reisegger, a TiM reader in
Austria, who has himself written and lectured extensively on Yugoslav
“I read your comments with great interest. What is missing
in your article about the "Surrender" is the fact, that
Ahtisari’s (Finland’s president) message to Milosevic’s question
"What if we don’t accept?" was: "Then we will flatten
Belgrade!" - i.e., threatening the use of nuclear bombs.
Earlier, this nuclear threat a British paper titled
"NATO must go nuclear!" which has not been reported on the
So the correct label for surrender would rather be: Extortion
or exaction! There was no alternative, because the cowboys have a record
of doing what they "promise" (remember Hiroshima and
Ed.: To which the TiM editor replied:
“Thank you for your letter, Mr. Reisegger.
Such threats are nothing new.
What's new is a Serb leader caving in to them.
Suggest you reread the original article which you reference above,
particularly the section "Milosevic is no Prince Lazar."
This may be difficult for pragmatic westerners to understand,
but Prince Lazar faced the same or worse odds as Milosevic, and Prince
Lazar didn't blink. Nor did
the defenders of Belgrade in 1915 or in 1941 - most of whom perished doing
When Milosevic became a Serb leader, he started walking in
some very large shoes. Obviously
way too large for the man that he is.
(I am not speaking out of school.
I know him personally, as you may have also discovered at our Web
For more on what really went on in Belgrade and elsewhere a
year ago to make Milosevic surrender, check out the following articles at
our Web site: http://www.truthinmedia.org/Kosovo/Peace/ps38.HTML
of the Day…
“The fear of death is the
beginning of slavery.”
-- Daniel D. New (Texas, 1996)
The Height of Revenge Not My Job!