Category Archives: Serbian history

Bloodthirsty “Heroines” of Croatian army: They raped, castrated and bludgeoned to death captured Serbs

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Every of the cities, where Croatian army had established concentration camps for Serbs- from Bosanski Brod to Derventa, Odzaci, Orasje…, had their own “war heroines”. Their bestial crimes not only cry for the formal (court) justice; Such evil pathology warrants as well- the further historical, psychological and medical analyses and studies.

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RE- AP video depicting Croatian war crime: How to understand the Croatian Thirst for Serbian blood (FBR editorial)

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When these war crimes and crimes against humanity took place, the Western (NATO) interest was to hide the truth at any cost, and to maintain in public the picture of Serbs as “the bad guys”- Even in Canada, their soldiers who as UN peace keepers witnessed the Croatian atrocities first hand, and themselves were attacked by the vicious Croatian soldiers,

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Concentration camp “Jadovno”: Croatian knife from WWII designed to slaughter children

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From 219 Serbian villages around mountain Kozara during WWII had been slaughtered around 11,000 children. The average age of the murdered girls and boys was just 6.5 years.

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America’s ‘junkyard dogs’: Operation Storm, 20 years on

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‘Operation Storm’ in August 1995, when Croatia overran the Serb-inhabited territory of Krajina, was the biggest single instance of ethnic cleansing in the Yugoslav Wars, Because the attack was backed by the US, however, it was never treated as a crime. Between August 4 and August 7, up to 2,000 people were killed and over 220,000 driven from their homes

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Vatican’s Holocaust

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Ante’ Pavilec greets Cardinal Alois (Alojzije) Stepinac “Blessed” Alojzije (Aloysius) Viktor Cardinal Stepinac (May 8, 1898 – February 10, 1960) was a Croatian Catholic Prelate. He was Archbishop of Zagreb from 1937 to 1960. In1946, in a verdict that polarised public opinion both in Yugoslavia and beyond, a Belgrade court found him guilty ofcollaborating with the Ustaše and complicity in

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Lawsuit charges that Nazi gold funded Vatican ratlines

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In 1999 the elderly survivors of the Croatian Holocaust launched their claim for compensation against the Franciscans and the Vatican Bank, but ten years later their claims were rejected because the American court said it lacked jurisdiction over the Vatican Bank. In addition, the Vatican Bank ended up being shielded by the internal Vatican monitoring body set up to prevent money laundering.  The

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Remembering the Storm – Anniversary of a Victorious Crime

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In the early morning hours of Aug. 4, 1995, on the heels of an incessant artillery and air bombardment, some 200,000 Croatian troops moved in to “liberate” Krajina, a stretch of mountains inhabited by Serbs who had rejected Croatia’s secession from Yugoslavia four years prior. Overrunning the token UN observation posts, the U.S.-trained Croatian army quickly overwhelmed localized Serb resistance.

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