Crimes against Serbs

NATO Report – Izetbegovic's forces behind Markale Market Incident

NATO Report – Izetbegovic’s forces behind Markale Market Incident


STOCKHOLM From 9th to 11th August a conference entitled „Nordic talks about peace“ was held in the Swedish city of Degerfors. The event was attended by several organizations and peace activists from Sweden, Norway and Denmark, including Justitia Pax Veritas organization headquartered in Stockholm, dealing with issues related to the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia.


During the three-day conference there were a number of interesting lectures related to, among other things, creeping Sweden to join NATO, the current propaganda about the war in Syria, legitimizing US and NATO military intervetions by the doctrine of R2P (Responsibility to Protect).

One of the speakers at the meeting of Nordic peace activists was the professor Ola Tunander from Peace Research Institute. During the lecture „After Libya – Syria and the permanent members of the UN Security Council“ Tunander compared propaganda in Libya and Syria to that of the war in the former Yugoslav republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Norwegian professor with close ties to NATO, told about the bombing of Sarajevo Markale market, for which the Serbs were blamed, that multiple sources – a representative of the Crisis Staff of NATO, the Chairman of the Military Committee of NATO Vigleik Eide and subsequent Norwegian ministers of defense and foreign affairs – announced the conclusion of an investigation of NATO according to which „the Bosnians“, as he called forces under the control of Alija Izetbegovic, were responsible for the incident.

– They all said that NATO’s conclusion was that it was an Bosnian attack on their˙ own population. But this was never announced publicly. And it looks like it is usual, for example, before decisions of the United Nations, to performe so-called „false flag operations“, ie fraud attack against own population, in order to legitimize military interventions,s aid the Norwegian expert.

The Hague tribunal sentenced the Serbian general Stalislav Galic for the shelling of Sarajevo’s Markale market, while this war crime is part of the indictments in the ongoing trials of former Serbian President Radovan Karadzic and commander of the Army of the Serb Republic general Ratko Mladic.

„Nordic peace talks“ were held for the first time last year, also then in Degerfors. This year’s conference ended with the announcement of a demonstration in Stockholm 4 September under the banner of „No to the Big Brother Obama“, on the occasion of the forthcoming visit of U.S. President Sweden.

Justitia Pax Veritas
Stockholm 18 август 2013
Thanks to dr Zorica Mitic

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