Serbia Erupts

For the Associated (with terrorists) Press he is a “war criminal”.  For those who despise the swine who inflicted an Islamic Bosnia-Kosovo-Herzegovina on Europe he is a hero.

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Protesters throwing stones and bottles clashed with baton-wielding riot police Sunday in Belgrade after several thousand Serbian nationalist supporters of jailed war-crimes suspect Ratko Mladic rallied outside the parliament building to demand his release.

“Cooperation with The Hague tribunal represents treason.”

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4 thoughts on “Serbia Erupts”

  1. Granted what he did is despicable but he was going up against jihadists so who can blame him? I don’t.

    When will the Islamomarxists ever be bought to justice?

  2. Serbia Jumps Through Endless Hoops

    With the arrest of the Croatian Serb leader Goran Hadzic, the last remaining fugitive indicted for atrocities by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is now in custody. The detention of Mr. Hadzic was widely considered the final significant hurdle before Serbia could expect to enter the European Union.

    The Serbian-American historian and journalist Srdja Trifkovic is skeptical that Serbia is finished jumping through Europe’s hoops. He suspects that there will be other demands — including the recognition of Kosovo, the granting of more autonomy to Muslim minorities within Serbia, and other assaults on the country’s sovereignty — before it is allowed to join the EU.

    The original of this Russia Today interview with Dr. Trifkovic contained some disconcerting audio delays due to lag-time in the skype transmission. Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for editing out the gaps and re-uploading this video:

  3. Killer Manifesto

    Breivik writes that his personal “crusade” started when he attended a meeting of the English Defense League in London on 2002. In attendance, but known only by code names, were London members and a Serb.

    The Serbs’ war in Bosnia had “tipped the scales” for Breivik, who like Al Qaeda adherents says he feels victimized by “outsiders” — he lists grievances and confrontations with “non-ethnic” Norwegians.

    “It was completely unacceptable how the U.S. and Western European regimes bombed our Serbian brothers. All they wanted was to drive Islam out by deporting the Albanian Muslims back to Albania.”

    The EDL issued a statement Sunday distancing itself from Breivik, the Associated Press reported. The leader of the Finnish group True Finns, who received Breivik’s manifesto hours before the attacks, did the same thing.

    Police say they are investigating if Breivik’s Knights Templar had any other members.

    Breivik, whose lawyer told reporters his client has “admitted his guilt to the actual facts,” is scheduled to appear in court Monday afternoon to face terrorism charges. His lawyer also says he has much to say.

    No doubt. His manifesto is a manual for how “Justiciar Knights of the Templar” (as Breivik calls himself) should conduct themselves in court. Seize the moment, he says.


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