Posted by: 7zl1n38ksbn3 | July 31, 2010

Serbia’s Proof Of The Links Between Nazism, Roman Catholism and Islam

The Croatian Ustashi has a long and ugly history, and it is one that torments us today. It begins in the aftermath of Hitler’s attack on the Soviet Union in June 1941. Croatia declared war on the USSR and sent an Army division to fight alongside the Nazis on the Eastern Front. After the Japanese Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941, Croatia declared war on the United States.

Beginning on June 12th, 1941, a deal brokered and promoted by the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Muhammad Amin al-Husayni (Husseini), a Palestinian Muslim cleric, political leader, and General in Hitler’s SS, and the Nazis on behalf of the Ustashi, restricted the movement of all Jews and Serbs in Croatia. It was then that the mass killings began.

Since this Muslim is important, albeit in the most horrible sense imaginable, you should know that his title “Grand Mufti” means that Muhammad Husayni was considered to be an “Islamic Scholar.” The Mufti title was awarded to Islamic clerics who were authorized to interpret the Qur’an, Hadith, Sunnah, and Sharia, and who, based upon their extensive knowledge of Islam, were licensed to issue binding religious dictates called fatwa.

With the Grand Mufti’s help, during the four years between 1941 and 1945 the independent State of Croatia executed over 800,000 Orthodox Christian Serbs and Jews in its territory. Most all of the killings were orchestrated by the Ustashi – who were Roman Catholic fascists in league with Islam.

The genocide in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina was accompanied by ritualistic beheadings in public places replete with sadistic and unbridled celebrations. Thousands of Serbs and Jews were hurled from mountain tops while others were beaten to death with clubs. Entire villages were burned to the ground. Women were raped, including little girls, and men and boys were sent on long death marches in the middle of winter.

And while that was horrid, it was not the end of the story. The devoutly religious Ustashi leader, Dr. Ante Pavelic, called the Croatian Fuehrer, or Poglavnik, is lauded today as a hero. His picture adorns the T-shirts of a new generation of Croatian Ustashi terrorists. The anti-Serbian state that America and NATO helped establish in the 1990s deploys the Ustashi flag, symbols, slogans, and uniforms.

The marriage of Catholicism, Islam, and Nazi-style Fascism is on the surface a strange one. The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, under the entry Muhammad Husseini – Hitler’s Supporter writes: “It so happened that Husseini made his contribution to the Axis war effort in his capacity as a Muslim, rather than as an Arab leader. He did so by recruiting and organizing in record time, during the spring of 1943, Bosnian Muslim Battalions in Croatia comprising some twenty-thousand men,These Islamic volunteer units, called Hanjar (Sword), were put in Waffen SS uniforms and they fought Yugoslav partisans in Bosnia. [/B]They also carried out police and security duties in Hungary. [B]They participated in the massacre of civilians in Bosnia and volunteered to join in the hunt for Jews in Croatia. The Germans made a point of publicizing the fact that Husseini had flown from Berlin to Sarajevo for the sole purpose of giving his blessing to the Muslim Nazi SS Army and inspecting its arms and training exercises.”.

A photograph of Muhammad al-Husayni, the Grand Mufti, shows him inspecting Muslim troops in Bosnia as they paraded by in SS uniforms and helmets. [B]He was clearly proud of himself, not only for beguiling one in five Muslim men of fighting age into goosestepping with the Nazi war machine, but because of the role he had played in assuring that millions of Jews and Christians would die rather than immigrate out of Nazi-controlled Europe[/B]. We detailed the life of this horrid man on his death – July 4, 1974. [B]To learn more about the leading role he played in the Holocaust and how the Mufti became the patriarch of Islamic terror, you will find his sorry life chronicled under Mufti Mujahideen in the Islamic Clubs listing.

The Ustashi held that the Bosnian Muslims were Croats of the Muslim faith, a religion which they saw as similar to Catholicism not only were the Muslims not persecuted by the Ustashi, they joined in with them in Muslim Waffen SS divisions. The 13th SS Mountain Division Handschar in Muslim Bosnia was led by the Grand Mufti Muhammad Husayni himself while the 23rd SS Grenadier Division Kama was led by Ustashi Colonel Ivan Markulj, who was later replaced by Colonel Pavelic. The Ustashi state even converted a museum in Zagreb for use as an Islamic mosque.

The Catholic/Muslim Ustashi murdered and tortured Jews and Serbs in indescribably bestial fashion. One of the most notorious concentration camps in Hitler’s Europe, Jasenovac, was in Croatia. Here Ustashi Catholics and Muslims used primitive implements in putting their victims to death – knives, axes, hammers and other iron tools A common practice was binding pairs of prisoners back to back, and then throwing them into the Sava River. Crowds of Jewish children were burned alive in old brick ovens, which were later transformed into crematories. Croat and German sources estimate that 770,000 Orthodox Christian Serbs, 60,000 Jews, and 25,000 Gypsies were murdered in the reign of horror – the worst genocide during World War II in proportion to a nation’s population.

The ruler of WWII Croatia was Ante Pavelic, a zealous Croatian Roman Catholic, a racist and anti-Semite. When he founded the Ustashi terrorist organization he said: A good Ustashi is he who can use his knife to cut a child from the womb of its mother.”.


Pavelic and Arch-Bigot Stepinac

Nonpartisan sources confirm that the mass genocide of Orthodox Christians and Jews was endorsed by the Catholic Church in addition to the Islamic Grand Mufti. Pavelic’s Ustashi was officially welcomed by the Catholic hierarchy through Archbishop Alojzije Stepinac. Stepinac was the head of the Council of Bishops in Yugoslavia and also the military apostolic vicar of the Ustashi army. Pope Pius XII not only bestowed his paternal protection upon Pavelic and the new Croatian state but allied the Roman Catholic church with Italian, Spanish, and German fascism. When World War II ended and the Roman Catholic Church’s allies were defeated, Pavelic, who had sponsored the murder of 850,000 people, hid at the Vatican before going to Argentina.

Vjekoslav Luburic, commander-in-chef of all the Ustashi Croatian death camps, announced the great efficiency of this slaughterhouse at a ceremony and banquet, by reporting with pride: “We have slaughtered here at Jasenovac more people than the Ottoman Empire was able to do during its occupation of Europe.” Ah, but the Ottoman’s were still helping. They were the reason so many Croatian Muslims had signed up to assist the holocaust.


Jasenovac

In the concentration camp at Jasenovac, on the night of August 29, 1942, orders were issued for mass executions. So bets were made as to who could liquidate the largest number of inmates. That night, Ustashi guard Peter Brzica cut the throats of 1,360 Serbs and Jews with a butcher’s knife. Having been proclaimed the winner of the competition, he was elected King of the Cutthroats. A gold watch, a silver tea service, and a roasted pig and wine were his other rewards.

He evidently beat out a Catholic priest for his prize. A photograph taken that night shows a smiling Ustashi member in a uniform with large “U” on his cap (the “U” was for “Ustashi”). A note on the photo proclaims: “The former priest Miroslav Filipovic-Majstorovic, a member of the Jasenovac camp staff, was one of the cruelest murderers, one who killed scores of prisoners with his own hands. He was known as “Father Devil.”.

The New Encyclopedia Britannica, in its 1986 edition, reports: “Catholic monks and other priests are alleged to have taken an active part in this struggle for the ‘purity’ of the Croatian land.”

Ruth Mitchell, in her recent book on the subject, writes: “I began to get news from Croatia that told of slowly rising tide of murders, of unrepeatable atrocities, of massacres of defenseless Serbs by berserk-mad Croatians and by Muslims in Bosnian Croatia. In the little back parlors the tales were whispered. I could not believe a quarter of them. Unfortunately, I was soon to know that they were a weak understatement of the truth. Men were to arrive in Dubrovnik itself, hung with strings of Serbian tongues and with bowls of Serbian eyes for sale. The magnitude and the bestial nature of these atrocities makes it difficult to believe that such a thing could have happened in an allegedly civilized part of the world.”.

A high-ranking Croat state official and Ustashi leader, Mile Budak, declared in Gospic on July 22, 1941: “We shall slay one third of the Serbian population, drive away another third, and the rest we shall convert to the Roman Catholic faith and thus assimilate them into becoming Croats. Thus we will destroy every trace of theirs, and all that which will be left, will be an evil memory of them.”.

The Ustashi movement had its marching orders and began killing infants, children, women and aged Serbs and Jews. While they fell somewhat short of their “one-third” goals, it was not for lack of trying.At least 800,000 Serbs and Jews were killed, 200,000 Serbs were forced to convert to Catholicism, and quarter of a million more were forced into exile with their land, homes, and businesses confiscated by the Ustashi Muslim-Catholic alliance.

After the war, Bosnia-Herzegovina and other territories were included into Croatia, leaving the Ustashi to govern a population of seven million, of whom half were Croats, two million were Serbs, and one million were Muslims. The Minister of Education, the same Mile Budak we had heard from before, clarified the Ustasha aims: “Our new Croatia will get rid of all Serbs in our midst in order to become one hundred percent Catholic within ten years.” It wasn’t very nice of him to slight his Muslim friends. But lucky for him, as we shall soon see, the Pope came to their rescue.

Moving forward in time, we find that nothing much has changed. A Croatian Radio broadcast transcribed by the BBC’s Summary of World program on August 28, 1995, revealed: “And there can be no return to the past, to the times when the Serbs were spreading cancer in the heart of Croatia, cancer which was destroying the Croatian national being and which did not allow the Croatian people to be the master in its own house and did not allow Croatia to lead an independent and sovereign life under this wide, blue sky and within the world community of sovereign nations. The Serbians driven from their homes by the Croatian Army didn’t even have the time to take with them their filthy foreign currency or their knickers.” The quote was from Franjo Tudjman, President of the Independent State of Croatia. And that causes one to question why Bill Clinton elected to intervene on behalf of the Croat Ustashi/Muslim alliance and against the Orthodox Christian Serbs.

The new American and NATO supported state was modeled on its Nazi predecessor. The genesis occured when Croatia violently seceded from Yugoslavia in June 1991 as a direct result of the German-American strategy of using terrorist forces to break up Yugoslavia. Tudjman had been trained by U.S. forces. He was armed by Germany. He had U.S. fighter-bombers flying air support for his Croatian Army. As a result, his Ustashi drove another 250,000 Serbs from their ancestral homes.

While the victims of the Ustashi are portrayed as the villains in the Balkans, the truth remains that Serbian farmers have owned and cultivated this land and have lived in the Krajina for over 400 years. Yet the New York Times, in support of their president, called these Serbs “rebels,” thus lending legitimacy to the continuing nightmare. The Times’ caption under pictures of Serbian refugees being stoned as they fled the neo-Ustashi offensive read: “Thousands of Serbs have been displaced in the Croatian offensive that recaptured three-quarters of a territory seized by Serbian forces in 1991.” (The New York Times, August 10, 1995) It was not true.
The infamous Yugoslavian dictator Tito, was himself a Croat. The Communist dictator ordered the Ustashi genocide of the Serbs and Jews to be forgotten – to allow a new “Brotherhood and Unity” under his socialist dominion. The mountains of Serbian and Jewish corpses were plowed down and cemented over. And surviving Serbs were ordered not to come to the mass graves and morn their dead.

Ustashi Catholics and Muslims received positions in Tito’s government. The Nazi elite (including the Croatian Fuehrer Pavelic) escaped through Vatican organized channels. [B]The Roman Catholic Croatian priesthood became instrumental in helping some 50,000 of the worst European Nazis escape justice. And the whole operation was done with the full knowledge of British and American intelligence.[/B] The CIA proclaimed that the fascist murderers were “freedom fighters” against the Red Flood of Soviet aggression. They even incorporated them into the spy agency en masse. Many got positions in State Department and other government institutions. For a dose of reality from the recently declassified documents, read Unholy Trinity, by Mark Aarons and John Loftus.

But since Tito was a Communist, the Yugoslav economy collapsed, and the Ustashi, unencumbered by their former foe, came back to roost. Under the same Ustashi flag, and using the same rhetoric, Dr. Franjo Tudjman, became a holocaust revisionist and apologist for Hitler and the Nazi killing machine. For this, he won the first elections for new democratic and independent State of Croatia.

Today, Muslims and Catholic Croats are once again united. Their only common goal is to slaughter and expel the remaining Orthodox Christian Serbs and Jews. But this time it is different, the ethnic cleansing is being done with the direct aid and support of the United States.

The Ustashi flag flies in front of the United Nations. It flies in Jasenovac above the mass graves of 700,000 victims. And on May 1st, 1995, the Croatian army carrying the Ustashi flag, broke through the UN lines with the knowledge and support of Washington. They flooded into the so called “United Nations Protected Zone – West.” The Serbs, who had been ordered by the international community to disarm had put down their weapons under UN supervision just days before. Now they were ripe for the slaughter. Ustashi tanks drove over civilians. Women and children were machine-gunned. A few thousand more were murdered in cold blood at pointblank range. All the while, the media praised the “liberation” of Croatia from those reprehensible Christians.

Since the end of the last world war, Germany has worked to create a re-born Ustashi state in Croatia, something that has caused considerable consternation among the Serbs. This concern was further heightened by the effort of the top Muslim leader in Bosnia, Alija Izetbegovic – a man who had been associated with Fascist/Muslim youth groups during the war. While Izetbegovic has been championed as a proponent of multiculturalism in the Western media; this was a blatant misrepresentation of his political and religious philosophy. Alija Izetbegovic wanted to turn Bosnia into an Islamic state and secede from the Confederation.

Diana Johnstone, an independent journalist who has written extensively on the conflict in the Balkans writes: “To his own countrymen, Izetbegovic has made his beliefs clear, that once a country has a Muslim majority, it should be ruled according to Islamic law. Islam, he insists, rejects the Western secular division between religion and political power. In Bosnia, demographic trends have recently caused the Muslim population to exceed that of the Serbs and might soon constitute an absolute majority. The prospect of having to live as a minority in an Islamic state was unacceptable to the Serbs, who as Christians had for centuries been reduced to serf status under the Islamic Ottoman Empire, which accorded all social, economic and political privileges to Muslims.”.

Since memories are short, in 1991 and 1992 both Croatia and Slovenia, predominantly Catholic republics, declared their independence and Croatian President Franjo Tudjman came to power, ruling under the Ustashi flag. The Vatican was the first to recognize Croatian independence. Then, as predictable as sunrise, toward the end of 1993 Muslim militants begin their jihad against non-Islamic interests in the Balkans. Iran sent financial aid and several hundred revolutionary guards as military instructors to Bosnia.

Pope John Paul II, still in alliance with Islam, worked against the Orthodox Christian Serbs who had been forced to defend themselves once again against Islamic terrorism. The Pope pressured Western leaders to step in and the United States sent covert arms to the Muslims

An important factor in the Roman Catholic support of the Muslim/Catholic Ustashi alliance against the Serbs was Opus Dei (The Work of God), a secret order with huge sums of money and 80,000 members worldwide. The most exhaustive book on the group, Their Kingdom Come: Inside the Secret World of Opus Dei, written by investigative reporter Robert Hutchson in 1997, says: “In 1994 Croatian [Ustashi] Defense Minister Gojko Susak appealed to the Clinton administration for help ‘in educating the Croatian General Staff [i.e., training the Ustashi military].’ The State Department agreed to let Military Professional Resources go to Zagreb after a visit to the Croatian capital in September 1994 by Pope John Paul, who urged the Croats to continue standing firm for Christendom.
“The MPR team was led by retired U.S. Army generals and colonels. Its aim was to change Croatia’s army into one that could get battlefield superiority over Serbia. Upon Croatia’s request, Iran was also given the opportunity to ship arms to Bosnian Muslims through Croatia so they could fight the Serbs.

“While these developments with Croatia were taking place, John Paul was advised by Opus Dei leaders to form an alliance with Islamic fundamentalists to prevent the September 1994 United Nations-sponsored Cairo Conference on Population and Development from approving contraception and abortion. A papal envoy was sent to Iran and to Libya a month before the conference and deals were arranged for fundamentalist Islamic support in Cairo. Opus Dei also organized a closed-door conference in Barcelona, Spain, in early 1995 to deal with Islamic immigration to Europe because Islam was winning recruits among Europe’s Catholics each year. These efforts were part of the Vatican’s larger strategy to deal with Islam – enlisting others to fight the Vatican’s wars.

Opus Dei operates on the basis of two rules, both of which are indistinguishable from Hasan’s Islamic Fedayeen: “The lesson is clear, crystal clear: All things are lawful for me, but not all things are expedient,” and “Dirty clothes are washed at home.”.

Continuing on with the Catholic-Islamic alliance, In February 1993 John Paul visited Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, where the worst genocide since WWII was occurring. The Arab Muslim government in Khartoum was well on their way to murdering 2.7 million Africans, most of whom were Animists. To accommodate the Pope, the Sudanese government cleaned up the Cathedral at Khartoum and prepared a nearby square for his open-air mass. Not long thereafter the Pope’s visit, Sudanese Muslims began a new offensive against the south. The Vatican did not respond.

All the while, the new Croatian regime was mirroring the Ustashi of old, right down to its Fascist, pro-Nazi roots and Islamic alliances. With each passing day there were more ominous signs that the country had been reawakened to its evil past by the Saudis and Iranians, by the Vatican and Washington. The Fascist’s brief socialist slumber is now little more than a faded memory.

The British Telegraph’s Robert Fox reported in 1993 that the old Muslim Sword SS Division had been reformed. Speaking of their reincarnation, he said: “These are the men of the Handzar [Muslim Nazi SS Sword] Division. ‘We do everything with the knife, and we always fight on the frontline,’ a Handzar told one U.N. officer. Up to 6000 strong, the reconstituted Handzar Division glories in its fascist culture. They see themselves as the heirs of the SS Handzar Division, formed by Bosnian Muslims in 1943 to fight for the Nazis. Their spiritual model was Mohammed Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem who sided with Hitler. According to the U.N. officials, ‘many of them are Albanian, whether from Kosovo…or from Albania itself.’]They are trained and led by veterans from Afghanistan and Pakistan, say U.N. sources. Their first political act as a reconstituted militia was the murder of the two monks in a local monastery. As was the case in the Ustashi Croatia of Hitler’s era, the police guard mysteriously disappeared a few minutes before the strike.”.

As with Bosnia’s reborn Handzar Division, in Croatia Serb-cleansing found an aspiring Albanian volunteer, Agim Ceku. This Serb-hunting enthusiast high-tailed it to Croatia and became a colonel in the Croat army. He led Croatian troops in the 1993 offensive on Medak Pocket, where Serbs had been concentrated. Canadian journalist Scott Taylor wrote: “It was here that the men of the 2nd Battalion of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry came face to face with the savagery of which Agim Ceku was capable. Over 200 Serbian inhabitants of the Medak Pocket were slaughtered in a grotesque manner (the bodies of female rape victims were found after being burned alive). Our traumatized troops who buried the grisly remains were encouraged to collect evidence and were assured that the perpetrators would be brought to justice.”.

Nevertheless in 1995, Ceku, by then trained by U.S. instructors as a general of artillery, was still at large. In fact, he was the officer responsible for shelling the Serbian refugee columns and for targeting the UN-declared “safe” city of Knin during the Croatian offensive known as Operation Storm – which even the New York Times called “the largest single ethnic cleansing event of the war.” Some 500 innocent Serbian civilians perished in those merciless barrages. Senior Canadian officers who witnessed the slaughter demanded that Ceku be indicted, but their pleas fell of deaf ears.

Today, the mass murdering Ceku is the Prime Minister of Kosovo. He enjoyed a warm reception from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice when the two met over the summer to discuss how best to speed along independence for the Serbian province this war criminal governs, bereft of the rule of law and beholden to Islamic terrorists. As evidence, the “bin Laden Mosque,” built in 2001 (aptly enough), stands tall in Kosovo, where Bill Clinton murals and Wesley Clark Streets are almost as prevalent as bin Laden keychains.

Throughout the NATO air campaign against the Serbian Christians, Ceku, who was commanding KLA terrorists, was portrayed as a loyal ally and was frequently included in NATO briefings with top generals such as Wesley Clark and Michael Jackson. Yet at the time he was driving the remaining Christian Serbs from their land, while harassing gypsies, Jews, Ashkalis, Gorani, and other non-Muslim or non-Albanians in Kosovo.

In 1995, the London Evening Standard’s Edward Pearce wrote: “you can understand Croatia best by saying flatly that if there is one place in the world where a statue of Adolph Hitler would be revered, it would be in Zagreb.”.

An AP report that same year revealed that American NATO Commander Gregory Fontenot turned to two African American soldiers in his brigade and said, “It’ll be interesting to hear how you two are received because the Croatians are racist…They kill people for the color of their skin.”.

In 1998, New York Times columnist A.M. Rosenthal wrote: “In World War II, Hitler had no executioners more willing, no ally more passionate, than the fascists of Croatia. They are returning, 50 years later, from what should have been their eternal grave, the defeat of Nazi Germany. The Western Allies who dug that grave with the bodies of their servicemen had the power to stop them, but did not.” On the contrary, America happily assisted them, bombing the Serbian Christians the Croatian Ustashi had slaughtered en masse.

In a 1997 Washington Times article titled “Pro-Nazi extremism lingers in Croatia,” they reported: “A German tank rolls through a small village, and the peasants rush out, lining the road with their right arms raised in a Nazi salute as they chant ‘Heil Hitler.’ Mobs chase minorities from their homes, kicking them and pelting them with eggs as they flee into the woods. Europe in the 1940s? No. Croatia in the 1990s.”.

In 2000, Julius Strauss wrote in the Daily Telegraph, “Five years may have passed since the end of the Bosnian war but in Ljubuski, one of dozens of Croat villages scattered through the mountains of southwestern Bosnia, hardliners are still in control. By way of greeting, the Croat party official said: ‘I hope you’re not a Jew or an American. My father fought at Stalingrad. He wore the German insignia with pride. At the end it was only us Croats who stayed faithful to the SS.'”.

Also in 2000, The Washington Post reported: “It was not unusual to see such chilling graffiti as: ‘We Croats do not drink wine, we drink the blood of Serbs from Knin,’…the capital of the Krajina region of Croatia where hundreds of thousands of Serbs were ethnically cleansed in 1995 by troops commanded by General Gotovina.”.

In her latest book Nazi Nostalgia in Croatia, Balkans expert Diana Johnstone wrote:”When I visited Croatia three years ago, the book most prominently displayed in the leading bookstores of the capital city Zagreb was a new edition of the notorious anti-Semitic classic [actually fraud], The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Next came the memoirs of the World War II Croatian fascist Ustashe dictator Ante Pavelic, who was responsible for the organized genocide of Serbs, Jews and Romany gypsies that began in 1941, well before the German Nazi ‘final solution.'” Mired in a horrid past, in Zagreb today visiting Germans are often embarrassed when Croats enthusiastically welcome them with a raised arm and a Nazi “Heil!”.

While the Russian Protocols farce was the best selling book in 1999 Croatia, the neo-Ustashi have made a new edition of Mein Kampf the top seller this year. The magazine Globus reported: “Mein Kampf is selling like hotcakes in all segments of Croatian society.” Today, Croatia arrogantly flies its fascist flag without fear of condemnation from the world. It has renamed its streets after its Nazi war heroes, and proudly displays its ‘Sieg Heil’ salute at weddings, funerals, and other public functions.

Richard Gere (in Bosnia) and Nicole Kidman (in Kosovo) have teamed up to further the politically-correct myth that the Serbian Christians are villains and not victims. The self-proclaimed experts and leftist do-gooders were polluted by the fabricated tales of Albanian Muslims. They evidently weren’t interested in talking with the real victims in this case – the people the Ustashi Roman Catholics and Bosnian/Albanian Muslims slaughtered. But to be fair, that’s not easy these days because the NATO has enclosed the surviving Serbs in remote, tightly guarded refugee camps.

Gere’s movie entitled Spring Break in Bosnia portrays the victims of genocide as the terrorists – something that his become popular in Hollywood’s secular socialist circles because the Serbs are Orthodox Christians. Shooting the movie among the Ustashi Croatians and Muslim Bosnians has been problematic, however, because the real terrorists are frightening the actors. After only a week of shooting, Gere bailed out, saying he was “too scared to stay.” According to the BBC, “Gere disappeared down a small street in Sarajevo’s Turkish quarter to film the next scene where the actor was put through his paces in the shadow of a mosque.”.

Croatian film director Antun Vrdoljak has cast his son-in-law, ER actor Goran Visnjic, to play the role of the Hague’s top Croatian war crimes suspect Ante Gotovina. Vrdoljak said he wanted to make the feature film because General Gotovina was “a real hero of the homeland war. General Gotovina is a metaphor for today’s Croatia,” Vrdoljak told the BBC.

According to London’s Independent, “posters with Visnjic’s photos are still plastered across Croatia. T-shirts, mugs and lighters bearing his image are sold and the Spanish wine he was drinking when arrested quickly sold out when it appeared in Croatian stores in December.”.

Mass murdering Bosnian Muslims and Roman Catholic Croats like Visnjic are routinely acquitted by the International Court in the Hague.[] These Ustashi killers are released to a hero’s welcome while Serbs are rounded up and treated like cattle, with many being convicted of killing people who are not actually dead. For example, consider the subject of Gere’s fascination – Karadzic. This Serb is being accused of “ordering the massacre of 8,000 Muslim males.” Of these, 5,000 were simply reported missing by their families when they fled to fight elsewhere. Of those, 3,000 have since voted in local elections. The remaining 3,000 have since been found in and around Srebrenica. Some of these have since died, but they lost their lives during the intervening three years of fighting when Srebrenica Muslims raided Serb villages killing thousands of Christians. And that means that Serbs are accused of killing people who are not actually dead while Coat Ustashi and Bosnian Muslims are acquitted of genocide. But that’s understandable since murdering Christians has become an internationally sanctioned activity. Not only has the slaughter of 800,000 Christian Serbs been forgotten, so has the murder of 1,300,000 Armenian Christians by the Muslim Turks and 2,700,000 African Christians and Animists by the Sudanese Muslims.

The UDL supports the religious liberty of the unorthodox Serbians, and the right to have an cultural homeland for their people. We can look to them to see the destruction Roman Catholism and Islam can bring towards a culture they share a hatred for, this being a stark similarity towards ulster protestants also.


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