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- Publisher: Xlibris US (December 5, 2016)
- Publication Date: December 5, 2016
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The War in Bosnia: How to Succeed at Genocide Kindle Edition
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In summary, the book gives the following information:
Founded in the 12th century the Bosnian Kingdom survived many invasions, occupying powers, empires and federations – until recently. At the beginning of 1990, Milosevic’s regime from Serbia prepared so-called plan RAM with an objective to attack and conquer Republic Bosnia and Herzegovina and murder and expelled all non –Serb population. He found allies in President of the Croatian Republic, war crime suspect Mr Franjo Tudjman and biggest traitor in Bosnian history, President of the SDA party, Mr Alija Izetbegovic. Also, he managed to get “understanding” of many foreign powers and secure an arms embargo on the Bosnia and Herzegovina state, while he took over all resources of former Yugoslavia army that were 4th power in Europe.
And aggression and genocide started at the beginning of 1992, against unarmed civilians, who are seen by the international community as one party in the conflict, equally responsible for fighting back in self-defence with a few smuggled weaponry.
Genocide was broadcasted for three years as a mean of entertainment all over the world without really anybody’s concern until common people from all over the world could not have a stomach to look further a brutal killing of the human beings. At that point, NATO intervened in the way to secure part of the territory of the Republic Bosnia and Herzegovina, conquered by war criminal Milosevic. That territory is nowadays known as so-called Republic Srpska. That is territory where the majority of Bosniak, autochthone people were expelled and brutally murdered without any chance for survivors to come back to their homeland. They have secured that territory for Milosevic's followers by drafting Dayton accord, incorporating a “new Constitution” of the Bosnian state that recognises and legalise territorial division, achieved by brutal aggression, concentrations camps and genocide. That new “Constitution”, which we call an illegal Dayton’s Constitution, is now in place and in power. It has never been accepted by the Parliament of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Today we have in power in occupied Bosnia and Herzegovina, followers of the war criminals Mr Milosevic and Mr Tudjman, as well as traitors form their coalition in Sarajevo, all of them deeply involved in crime and corruption, whose common goal is robbing whatever they can get, division of the Bosnia and Herzegovina and keep an infinitely a power in those broken parts of the Bosnia state, hoping that they will stay owners of all the properties and lives of the trapped citizens in their fascistic apartheids. Among them, there is unseen brotherhood and unity in crime, destruction and corruption. They are not elected through a democratic election, but rather they self-elected themselves by robbing enormous amount of money from state’s budget for their election campaign and for bribery, and by using their own election “Commission” just in case if things go wrong.
To summarize, this book is by far the most insightful book on the Bosnian war, and a must read for all that wish to gain a true insight into the events that unfolded before, during, and after the war. It has helped to unravel all of the previously unexplained questions.
I recommend it to anyone seeking the facts on what happened, from average citizens, historians, politicians to diplomats. It is easy to read, and backed by solid evidence and well explained arguments.