It doesn’t take a lot of imagination as to what pressures lay behind these demands to charge the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of genocide. UN is today deeply influenced by Saudi Arabia, who has gained the farcical title “human rights representative”.
As we’ve mentioned before Saudi Arabia put their focus on Serbia and Bosnia and Heregovina three decades ago for their “spiritual charity” to facilitate Wahhabi ideology and jihad into europe, by using the Balkan region as their bridge. Saudis started these initiatives by opening a Saudi High Commission in Bosnia, founded in 1993 by Saudi Prince Selman bin Abdul-Aziz, and spent more than $600 million in “aid” to Bosnian Muslims between 1993 to 2002. The High Commission also served as a forgery center for foreign passports and government documentation handed to foreign Sunni Jihadists imported into the Eastern European countries. From then onwards there has been a constant growth of Jihad, leading to a civil war. The native Serbs were hounded like wildlife by the Clinton administration who demanded the Serbian leaders to “stop” defending their own country, under the faux cries of ‘genocide’ against the Muslim invaders who had positioned themselves there. These instructions, of course, originates from the toxic alliance the White House (plus UK and EU) has with Saudi Arabia and it’s oil trade. The alliance between the West and Saudi Arabia and other Islamic oil producers, has been a constant source of legalized infiltration of Wahhabi Islam into poorer and politically weaker countries, destroying their security, structure, economy and cultures. The endless outside meddling paralyzes these countries from not being able and allowed to manage the problems.
Trade alliance with the Islamic world is immoral and criminal. Those responsible for forming these alliances are the ones who need to face genocide and war crime charges.
Serbs complain of unfair treatment after Karadzic verdict
BELGRADE/SARAJEVO | Reuters
By Aleksandar Vasovic and Maja Zuvela
Serbs are unfairly bearing the brunt of war crimes verdicts, the Belgrade government said on Friday, after a U.N. tribunal convicted former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic of genocide.
The tribunal in The Hague on Thursday found Karadzic, former president of the breakaway Bosnian Serb Republic, guilty of 10 of 11 charges arising from the 1992-95 Bosnian war, including genocide for the 1995 Srebrenica massacre. He was sentenced to 40 years in jail but will appeal.
[The head of a Serb, Blagoje Blagojevic, held by an Arab Saudi/Afghan ‘Jihad’ fighter in Crni Vrh, Bosnia, 1992]
Many Serbs, both in Serbia and Bosnia, regard the war crimes tribunal as a pro-Western instrument, believe Karadzic is innocent and that his conviction is an injustice for all Serbs.
The Belgrade government is committed to pro-Western policies and to respecting the U.N. court but is anxious to prevent the Karadzic case boosting hardline nationalist parties in a parliamentary election due on April 24.
“Any politicisation and burdening of certain nations with collective guilt over crimes committed by people with names and surnames is not permissible,” the government said in a statement read out by Justice Minister Nikola Selakovic after a special cabinet dedicated to the Karadzic verdict.
“The Serbian government believes that the justice of punishing members of only one nation for the crimes which were committed by all is in fact selective,” he said, adding that all sides committed atrocities during the wars of the 1990s that tore Yugoslavia apart.
The government of the Bosnian Serb Republic, which Karadzic helped to found, also criticised the tribunal’s verdict, saying it “does not contribute to reconciliation and trust-building among the peoples” of the former Yugoslavia.
[These little Serbs, Predrag and Danka Sekulovic, were slain with their parents on Sep. 13, 1992 by Bosnian Muslims in the village of Bakic.]
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, an ex-nationalist who now hopes to lead his country into the European Union, is expected to win re-election next month, but small hardline nationalist groups are seeing a resurgence, picking up voters tired of tough economic reforms and high unemployment.
Two nationalist groupings hope to get more than 5 percent of the vote, the threshold to get into parliament.
“The Karadzic verdict can contribute to nationalism (in Serbia) particularly ahead of the elections, as the Hague tribunal failed to present itself here as a legal institution. It had an approach of a political body,” said Nebojsa Spaic, a Belgrade journalist and media consultant.
The Serbian tabloid Informer plans to distribute a poster of Karadzic with its Saturday edition, its editor-in-chief said on his Twitter account. The poster shows a uniformed Karadzic with the slogan “Serbia remembers”.
Vojislav Seselj, head of the hardline nationalist Serbian Radical Party, protested against the EU and NATO at a rally on Thursday attended by 5,000 supporters and said the verdict on Karadzic was “a sentence against the entire Serbian nation”.
[Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic charged with genocide for fighting against Jihadists]
Serbs also noted that Thursday marked the anniversary of the launch of NATO air strikes against Yugoslavia in 1999.
“The Hague tribunal deliberately picked the anniversary of the 1999 bombing to sentence Karadzic. They believed it would be a humiliation for Serbs but they were wrong. This will make us even more defiant,” Ana Todorovic, 23, a student and a backer of the Radicals, said at the rally.
[BiH: Imam Halilovic calls for Jihad against the Serbs,” InSerbia.info, September 8, 2015]
Seselj, once a mentor to Vucic, is running for parliament while awaiting a verdict from the U.N. tribunal on March 31 on his own role in the 1990s wars.
If he is found guilty and sentenced to jail, it would create a dilemma for Vucic, who would be compelled to put him on a plane to The Hague.
(Additional reporting by Ivana Sekularac in Belgrade and Gordana Katana in Banja Luka, writing by Adrian Croft; Editing by Gareth Jones)
History of Jihad Against The Croats and Slovenes (1389-1699)
Video: Srebrenica muslim crimes against Serbs in Rogosija (27.10.1992)
Video: Muslim crimes in and around Srebrenica 1992 – 1995
Video: Srebrenica-muslim massacre against Serbs in Bjelovac, Sikirić and Boljevići(14.12.1992)
Video: Large gathering of Jihad militia in Bosnia (Saudi funded)