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Julia Gorin: “Roasting Mladic”


Instead of  admitting their terrible mistake, the dhimmi Western powers are digging in their heels and further prosecuting the Serbs in their sisyphean and thankless efforts to stop Islamic imperialism.

Look, there are no heroes in the Bosnian conflict, but the Muslim atrocities were far worse. The Serbs dared to fight. That's what this is all about. As Gorin so succinctly put it, "They are guilty of …..  daring to answer war with war." The question is, why would the Western powers send in troops and pave the way for a militant Islamic state in the heart of Europe? The catastrophic consequences have not yet manifested themselves, but they will impact the geopolitical landscape in what promises to be a bloody 21st century.

Roasting Mladic Julia Gorin

"…[In Srebrenica] beheadings of Serbian civilians were commonplace, and in some villages the mujahedeen would dynamite homes with the inhabitants trapped inside.

No attempt was made to hide such atrocities. In fact, Gen. Oric would often address the media at the site of the massacres. On one such occasion, while standing in front of mujahedeen displaying decapitated human heads as trophies, Gen. Oric pointed to a smouldering building in ruins and proudly announced to reporters, “We blew those Serbs to the moon.”

Alija Izetbegovic was also proud to display the fighting prowess of his mujahedeen volunteers. Following a successful attack against Serbian positions around Vozuce on Sept. 10, 1995, the Bosnian president held a televised medal presentation. Mujahedeen warriors had served as the vanguard of the assault force, and were awarded 11 decorations for valour, including the Golden Crescent, Bosnia’s highest honour.

According to Miroslav Lazanski, author of the new book, Osama bin Laden Against America, al-Qaeda members still maintain two bases in Bosnia, one of them reserved for top fighters.

Following the Sept. 11 attacks, FBI and CIA agents uncovered evidence that two of the suicide hijackers had originated from this Bosnian camp…The U.S. military has taken a keen interest in mujahedeen activities in the Balkans since Sept. 11. Late last month, U.S. Air Force Gen. Richard Myers visited NATO troops in Bosnia to warn them against a possible al-Qaeda retaliation attack. And on Dec. 4, the White House added two Albanian terrorist groups operating in Macedonia and Kosovo to its list of outlawed organizations…"

– Scott Taylor, of Canada’s Esprit de Corps magazine, writing for Ottawa Citizen in December 2001

We’ll all be able to sleep more soundly, won’t we, now that Ratko Mladic is caught.

As jubilation over the latest Serbian catch proceeds for the next several weeks — by Muslims, media, Washington and Brussels — the merrymakers should understand that others of us are also elated, but for a very different reason. For the reason that the cameras go dark once these trials actually start. (As they’ve done in the inconvenient Karadzic and Milosevic cases.) As Hague observer Andy Wilcoxson warned upon Karadzic’s arrest three years ago: Be careful what you wish for. In fact, in the coming weeks I’ll be checking in on the past year of revelations from the Karadzic trial, and give us a flavor of the beans Mladic will be spilling. (This is of course IF the Tribunal gives him the chance — its judges tend to cut off microphones when an inconvenient truth comes out in court.)

Whatever proof will be shown of executions by Mladic’s forces of Muslim POWs (and there were a few hundred — though not 8000), it’s important to understand the main reason he has been sought with such universal zeal, as was Karadzic and the abducted-by-night Milosevic, not to mention all the lesser-known Serbs currently serving multi-decade terms. The crime they are all morally charged with — above and beyond anything legal or technical — is daring to fight back when Muslims attacked. They are guilty of being Serbian officials during war. Of daring to answer war with war.

Anyone care for a roasted Serb?

photo credit: Yasunari Mizuguchi

Because if we’re on the subject of POWs, let it be known what your Western governments have kept from you. The Serbian POW in the photo above had been roasted, allegedly alive, by mujahedeen forces serving in the Bosnia-Herzegovina Army. An excerpt from a too-little-too-late effort in 1998 by American Serbs to catch up to their enemies (and designated victims) in the image war reads:

The castration and forced circumcision of hundreds of Serb POWs ranks among the most repugnant of war crimes — these physical mutilations of Serb victims were never made public by CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC, nor any major U.S. newspaper. If the American people had been told the truth from the beginning, American GI’s would not be in Bosnia today…

There’s more — much more — where the image above came from, here. As well, we have documentary video evidence (which I am in the process of downloading and creating a location for).

Graphic details of what Srebrenica Muslims did to Srebrenica Serbs even appear in the book Planned Chaos by a wartime MP named Ibran Mustafic. (Also from the horse’s mouth, let’s not forget about these two raped Bosnian-Muslim girls who escaped from Muslim Srebrenica to Bosnian-Serb authorities for safety.)

In February, Wilcoxson commented:

The Serbs by no means have a monopoly on atrocities. Just like the Muslims, thousands upon thousands of Serbian civilians were driven from their homes in Bosnia. During the war, Serbia hosted more Bosnian war refugees [Serb, Muslim and Croat] than any other country. Just like the Muslims, Serb civilians were rounded up and held in camps under inhumane conditions. Just like the Muslims, Serbian civilians were subjected to gruesome massacres. In fact, in the region around Srebrenica between 1992 and 1995, many Serbian villages were massacred by the Muslims from Srebrenica under the command of Nasir Oric and some of proof is in this horribly gruesome video — [removed by youtube as a "violation” — note: why do Serb victims need to be hidden from public view, but not Muslim victims? A brief but informative alternative video appears at this youtube link.]

Everybody involved in the Bosnian War is guilty of ethnic cleansing. Before the war, Muslims made up almost a third of the population in what is now Republika Srpska — after the war their share of the population was just shy of 2%. Likewise, in what is now the B-H Federation, Serbs had comprised about a third of the population before the war, and after the war they were just over 3%. Those people didn’t just voluntarily decide to walk away from their homes, their property, and all of their possessions in order to be refugees. The Bosnian-Muslims have no right to point fingers at the Serbs, because they themselves did a lot of the same things they’re accusing the Serbs of doing [a[and started the war in the first place]There won’t be reconciliation in that part of the world until everybody admits their guilt.

Meanwhile, an update from the other front of the Balkan jihad. Mladic may be captured (whew!), but this guy and his cohorts? Still in office:

This apt picture, starring our good friend the terrorist “prime minister” of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci (flanked by his other Western protectors Bernard Kouchner and Javier Solana), is a reference to the murderfororgans story that broke a few months ago. Make no mistake about the timing of the Mladic capture. Terror collaborators (a.k.a. bureaucrats) in Washington and Brussels need very much for this other story to recede even deeper into oblivion than it already has. (And who even remembers that it was a Kosovo Albanian that killed two U.S. servicemen in Frankfurt just two months ago?) And so the Mladic arrest is meant to overshadow all the bad news coming from our Great Islamic Hope in Kosovo. As if Mladic did anything approaching the crimes that the ‘legitimate’ rulers of Kosovo committed against non-Albanians and Albanians alike — and by their own hand. As if 1500 Muslim soldiers — not “8000″ — dying from a combination of combat, landmines, infighting and — yes — criminal execution of POWs compares to kidnapping and torturing civilians and selling their organs, to name just one slice of what these apparently more ‘kosher’ butchers are guilty of.

Indeed, given such macabre revelations, the U.S. needs to re-justify a looming NATO operation that will bring Kosovo’s north under Albanian control — by reminding the world of WHAT THE SERBS DID, via a Mladic capture. And so the quisling regime in Serbia — desperate to join the club of “humanity” and that promised-land European future — obliged.

Nor does the West seem to have a problem with those in power in Bosnia. Never mind that some of them helped fund the 9/11 attacks, that another (the son of wartime president Izetbegovic) is a major weapons smuggler, and that a third fosters fundamentalism, issued the mujahedeen passports, and is essentially the top rung of the Bosnian leg of al-Qaeda. Nope, no problems for us there. Not nearly the priority that Mladic was. Flashback to December 2001, again from Canadian military reporter Scott Taylor:

Osama bin Laden — stripped of his Saudi citizenship in 1994 — is alleged to have retained the Bosnian passport he was issued in Vienna in 1993. According to a Sept. 1999 report in Dani, a Bosnian Muslim weekly paper, Alija Izetbegovic, then president of Bosnia, granted Mr. bin Laden a passport in recognition of his followers’ contributions to Mr. Izetbegovic’s quest to create a “fundamentalist Islamic republic” in the Balkans.

Dani also reported that al-Qaeda terrorist Mehrez Aodouni had been arrested in Istanbul while carrying a Bosnian passport. Like Mr. bin Laden, his citizenship had been granted “because he was a member of the Bosnia-Herzegovina army.”

Lest we forget, the people still in power in Bosnia also issued a passport (and citizenship) to 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Again, nothing to see here. Keep moving toward the Orthodox Serbs.

And just when you thought it couldn’t get any richer, Reuters brings us this:

The Muslim member of Bosnia’s three-person inter-ethnic presidency, Bakir Izetbegovic, welcomed the news of Ratko Mladic’s arrest on Thursday and said it was conducted in cooperation with Bosnian security agencies.

So Bosnia’s security agencies kicked right into gear on this one, while being “unable” to secure certain other aspects of Bosnian society.

On the Russia Today network, historian Srdja Trifkovic yesterday warned that in the coming days and weeks, rather than commendations for Serbia’s turning Mladic in, we can expect to see and hear a renewed orgy of Serbophobia, a recycling of all the old tales of the heinous things the dastardly Serbs supposedly did.

But Serbian president Boris Tadic doesn’t seem to get it: Tadić: Serbia’s reputation “no longer tarnished”

“A difficult period of our history is over and Serbia’s reputation is no longer tarnished,” Tadić underscored. “I believe that this operation has proved that the services of the Republic of Serbia have made this country safe and have secured the rule of law, and that our work on the search for war crime suspects will increase Serbia’s moral credibility in the international arena and raise all security capacities to a higher level…” Tadić said.

“It is good for Serbia that it has closed [i[i.e. reopened]his chapter of history,” Tadić said, and explained that the extradition process was already underway.

Asked whether he expected unrest in the country, the president said that he did not expect the country to enter a political crisis, and that “anyone who tries anything of the kind will be arrested and prosecuted”. [[…]p>

Well, after all this, who’s going to jump to defend Serbia from any aggressors again when needed? No one. And that’s the whole idea. Welcome to the EU of small, castrated, prostrate, states — where only nodding will be tolerated.

Here’s how Robert Leifels, an American cop who served as UN police in Bosnia, put it to me yesterday morning: “I guess you heard about the arrest of General Ratko Mladic. People in trouble always turn to guys like him when they need help, then turn against them when they are no longer needed. He served his country and now he is being used once again, to pay for EU membership. Did you ever watch the old movie HIGH NOON starring Gary Cooper? Tells it all.”

Speaking of Tadic’s anticipated rehabilitation of Serbia, the opposite is already in full swing — just like last time. But he will not be deterred:

Arrest of Bosnian Serb former general expected to unblock Serbia’s bid to join EU.

…Tadić said that the arrest has “opened” all doors to EU membership. “Today we cleared our name and the name of all Serbs,” he said.

Tadić said that Serbia would now do everything in its power to arrest Goran Hadžić, a former leader of Croatia’s Serbs who now is the last remaining indictee wanted by the ICTY.

The arrest came just days after Serge Brammertz, the ICTY’s chief prosecutor, filed a negative report about Serbia’s co-operation with the ICTY with the UN Security Council. Brammertz’ report made it less likely that the EU member states would have given the green light to Serbia’s candidacy this year, threatening Tadić’s chances of re-election next year.

So we’re ALL GO for EU membership, right? But wait a second — this just in:

EU Wants Progress in Kosovo Talks for Serbian 2011 Candidacy

The European Union wants Serbia [t[to]how evidence it is making progress in regional cooperation, including with the breakaway province of Kosovo, to boost the chance of becoming an entry candidate by year’s end.

[E[EU high representative for foreign affairs and security policy Catherine]shton…said in the statement that talks between Belgrade and Kosovo are “fundamental for removing obstacles on the road towards the EU.”

Serbia and Kosovo launched a series of talks under the EU auspices in March, trying to resolve non-political issues such as customs procedures, communications and land registries.

European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso last week told Serbia that time was running out and it had to do more by the end of June to convince the EU it is ready to become a candidate.

So there will be no ‘unblocking’ for Serbia anytime soon, as the bar keeps getting reset higher. Whatever Serbs do — including during the Balkan wars when they repeatedly laid down their weapons at Western behest and got slaughtered — is not enough.

To wit: Is this the first time you’re hearing the name Goran Hadzic? We were always used to seeing the names Mladic and Karadzic as the pair of most-wanted fugitives. But once Karadzic was caught, all of a sudden we needed to also get this guy Hadzic. So it became “Mladic and Hadzic.” Because you simply can’t arrest enough Serbs. (Headline: “Ratko Mladic arrested: Goran Hadzic last remaining major figure at large“) As Nebojsa Malic put it to me recently:

Goran Hadzic is the last remaining official of the Republic of Serb Krajina, destroyed by Croatia in 1995. All the other Serb officials, whether from Serbia or from Bosnia and “Croatia” are either dead, or have been convicted of BWS (Breathing While Serb). They need him to complete the set, so to speak.

[I[In February]they convicted the head of Serbia’s police in 1999 for “joint criminal enterprise” to murder and expel poor “Kosovars”. The verdict stated that Milosevic was the mastermind of the conspiracy, and all the coverage noted that he “died while on trial for genocide.” (As in, it was proven and all). Sickening.

Dr. Trifkovic reminds us that the Hague’s tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia “is a highly politicized institution that has been used over the years to provide retroactive quasi-judicial [j[justification]f the political position of the Western powers that the Serbs are indeed the main culprits for all that came to pass in the former Yugoslavia.” He adds that the Serbian press today is more government-controlled than it ever was under Slobodan Milosevic, and is consistently pushing EU membership as a panacea for all that ails the country — much like Communism had been, he points out. “If Serbia does join the EU,” he says, “it will be the first time in history that a rat has jumped onto a sinking ship.”

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  • David

    This post is just further proof the Pam believes that the only good Muslim is a dead Muslim. How anyone can lionize a murderer like Mladic is beyond the pale. A a former member of the military, I can say that their is no justification at all for his actions. I hope he fries in Hell

  • Mladic will never survive his trial in that kangaroo court called the Hague. He will most probably die under mysterious circumstances like Milosovic did. THe true war criminals like Wesley Clark, Madleine Albright who should be in the dock are celebrated, while their henchmen like Nasir Oric who persoanlly slaughtered Serbs by the score in the most hideous ways are retired and running nightclubs in Mostar. The true war criminals who actually enabled Al Qeada will never face justice. Mladic isn’t my favorite guy but, War Criminal…? NO Not when the likes of Oric are walking around free. When the victors make up the history the people who stood up on the other side for their peole and way of life can expect no other treatment.

  • So how does it feel to defend genocide denial?

  • Lawrence

    I think that Pam is not lionizing Mladic nor defending genocide. But rather pointing out “fair” in this context would be prosecuting the Muslim atrocities with the same fervor as we prosecute the anti-Muslim atrocities.
    Are the Muslim commanders who committed equally gruesome mass murder on trial? No.

  • Bohemond1096

    Pamela, the reason is simple if you remember history: the muslim Ottoman empire was stopped from invading Europe in the 15th century at Romania by one man, a prince and a knight who fought fire with fire and resorted to methods so cruel, so barbaric, so inhuman that his legend lives on today in horror movies: Vlad Tepes III, aka Vlad the impaler, aka Dracula. He understood that total war must be fought to make the enemy never want to fight again. The US used that same principle to end WWII, firebombing Dresden and Tokyo and nukeing Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
    The muslims want to regain that land in Europe they once held just as bin Laden lamented about Andalusia, aka muslim controlled Spain. Once theBosnians (PC speak for muslims) have a foothold in Serbia, they will murder all Christian Orthodox Serbs, they will attack Romania and try to avenge their losses there in the 15th century.

  • Bohemond1096
  • History is candle light to the masses, quickly covered or blown out. I say this for many reasons but one recent event is that I spoke to a Bosnian women selling scarfs(ha jibs)at a local fair here in Puyallup, WA. Anyhow this women did not even know about Christian churches being burned down in Kosovo after the UN mission, or any of the Islamic terrorists attacks in the 80s and 90s on Kosovo Serbs.
    This is merely a drop in the bucket of my experiences that show that people in their own countries know less about what is happening therein then they should. Case in point this story by Pam, one of many that show there was more then just “hero(muslim) and villain (serb) in this tale.”

  • Mac-101

    This story of the Serbs persecution by the Islamist MUST be kept alive. Unfortunetly, just as Kuffar says, if Maldic refuses to rool over to the Stalinist court, he will be suicided or die of some “NATURAL” causes. You know it’s bad when the Russians no longer support their Serb brothers! Western Civilization is ALMOST lost!

  • “Those that don’t learn from their mistakes are destined to repeat them”. Looks like you are just another closed-minded lefty who cannot bear to look at both sides of the story! Goodbye!!


  • vangrungy

    muslims don’t believe that killing any non-muslim is murder..
    muslims are hell, on earth..
    you may not like it but it’s either fight or assimilate.. that’s what mohammad teaches.
    This has begun.. At some point, mass violence will occur BECAUSE barbary pirates have established a beachhead.. The paleo-nazis are a force of G’s nature.. death.
    We will change, just as Martel did, just as the Normans did, Just as the Spanish did, just like the English are.. America will become Dark from the framework of unlawful carnal knowledge… islam
    I’ll be prepared, you can rest your neck like an ostrich.. makes it easier for the sword to find it’s mark for a quick severing..

  • vangrungy
  • wri7913

    Or it shows that Pamela sees the obvious bias in this whole Kosovo war when it was grossly misrepresented by the MSM. They lionize the Muslims who were doing ethnic cleansing and saw nothing wrong with it, while screaming bloody murder at the Serbs who were doing the same thing. If you say one is evil then the other who’s actions are the same should also be called evil. But we know that is not the case.
    Despite our help for the Muslims in Kosovo we still get stabbed in the back by those same Muslims who call use the “Great Satan” and plot jihad against us. The only reason we were involved was misguided belief that helping Muslims would earn us favor in their Islamic world. That hasn’t happened and it won’t ever happen.

  • Redneck Woman

    Too bad Mladic didn’t totally wipe muslims from the country….
    now back under your dark bridge you evil troll!

  • Rita

    Pamela, you never run with the pack ! You are not one of the Herd! If you had lived during the Nazi Holocaust, you would have spoken up and probably finished up in a KZ, but you would have saved some victims!! If only there were more like you and Robert Spencer and Hirsi Ali and Geert Wilders.
    thanks again for articulating what I only felt, but did not “quite” know!

  • beema

    Thank you Pamela for the truth. As Glen Beck says, the truth has no agenda.

  • Alan

    Muslims attacking and destroying churches, synagogues, Buddhist temples, ancient buddhist statues all over the world. A religion whose principal tenet is to kill or convert all non-muslims. The Serbs, apparently saw the handwriting on the wall and had the courage to fight fire with fire instead of playing the insane game of trying to appease Muslims – a game (appeasement) which has never worked and never will, and our Judeo-Christian based country (the USA, that is) COMES IN ON THE SIDE OF OUR ENEMEY?? WTF?? Well, of course, it was Clinton trying to get the Monica Lewinsky case out of the news.
    Incredible. Muslims apparently have ‘shaheeds’ willing to attack Israel, attack our soldiers in Iraq, Afghanistan, and we HELP THE MUSLIMS when the Serbs are fighting OUR ENEMY?? Only liberals could be this stupid!!
    AND NOW WE’RE GOING TO GIVE THE MUSLIM-ENEMY $20 BILLION DOLLARS THAT WE DON’T HAVE?? SOUNDS LIKE TREASON TO ME. AIDING AND ABETTING THE ENEMY – Under the mistaken belief that the Muslims will remember what good people we are and change their evil ways.

  • infidellovesisraelandamerica

    I’m with you, Redneck Woman..

  • Ann Manely

    David, these are just little cowards who are scared of the ‘evil muslims’ and pee themselves every morning with fear and jerk off every evening on their crusader fantasies.

  • really?

    this is one of the most ridiculous things I have ever read.
    so, by this logic, genocide is totally not cool….unless it’s done to muslims. then it’s fine.
    to the people who agree with her, SEEK HELP.

  • really?

    calm down, seek help.

  • David

    Juniper, Thank you for your kind words. As a disabled vet who lost my father in service to this country, your sentiments warmed my heart on this Memorial Day weekend

  • Nobody fears muslims on the battlefield, they suck ass at real war..
    We fear sneaky shifty losers who can only win by killing people as they sleep..
    snooze away idiot

  • what genocide?

  • muslims are not a race..
    would you be ok if every nazi was killed?
    muslims are paleo-nazis.. so? what’s the difference?

  • Nearly 100% of wars that rage around the world involve Muslims and their grievences. Its like the same school bully involved in every fight yet because it is politically correct we blame all those whom Islam bullies.

  • Stanley Vodokolnovski

    David, your England language not good. Making to many mistakes in haed and in paper writing note. Most probably not understand article – must hire and pay somebody translate for yu. The only other solution is you mentally defficient and not able comprehend complexities brought out in this article. Nobody defends any killer. But hard to understand why Hag only guilty Serbians? Why Naser Oric Not guilty? Undersatnd this Inglish better?
    Go learn more.

  • Stanley Vodokolnovski

    First you define and prove genocide, next some educated answers arrive (CNN definitions do not count as correct).

  • Stanley Vodokolnovski

    International Court in Strasbourg, FR (one of NATO powers) against Serbia decided there was not any genocide anywhere. Which genocide do you want explained? The Croatian genocide against the Serbs? Etnic cleansing of Krajina region, Medak Pocket? Pick one that exists.

  • ericsiverson

    The charges against Milosevic of being in a joint criminal enterprise were dropped near the end of his trail . So how can people be charged of being in a joint criminal enterprise with Milosevic . But we have learned that anything is possible in Icty court in the Hague .

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