Angelina's Tears

Bosnia: Hollyweird Super Moonbat Angelina Jolie dutifully wears hijab, cries her heart out for “Muslim Rape Victims”

imageUNHCR goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie reacts during a visit to Potocari, Bosnia on Friday, March 28, 2014.

SARAJEVO — Bosnia’s decision to include preventing sexual violence in military training is “groundbreaking” and should become the standard for UN peacekeeping missions, British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Angelina Jolie said Friday.

jolie bosnia rape APUNHCR goodwill ambassador Angelina Jolie, right, accompanied by British Foreign Secretary William Hague, left, pay their respects to victims at memorial center of Potocari near eastern Bosnian town of Srebrenica, 180 kms northeast of Sarajevo ,on Friday, March 28, 2014. British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Hollywood star Angelina Jolie addressed a conference organized in Sarajevo by Bosnia’s Defense Ministry on sexual violence in conflict. (AP Photo/Amel Emric)

Angelina Jolie Emotional in Sarajevo; Cries for the Rape Victims of Bosnian War

BS on steroids. Once you  know that the despicable Klintoons (on the advice of Saudi mole Huma Abedin)  bombed the Christian Serbs out of their ancestral homeland you know everything. Good heavens, why would the U.S.  establish a Mohammedan jihad statelet  right smack in the middle of Europe?  As always, Muslims are portrayed as victims and receive huge amounts of money from “the international community”, with no end in sight. Kosovo,Bosnia, Herzegovina,  as long as these lands remain infested with Muslims,  will always be impoverished,  will always feel ‘oppressed’, as long as they can’t enforce the sharia on everyone.

Angelina Jolie went on a visit in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, March 27, not as a Hollywood actress to promote her film, but as a United Nations Special Envoy with a mission to promote an end to sexual violence against women in war. (Read it and weep.)

Jolie and Hague later met widows and mothers of genocide victims in Srebrenica — a Bosnian town where Serb forces killed over 8,000 Muslim men and boys in 1995. Jolie came out of the meeting crying.

Don’t believe a word. There was no ‘genocide’.  Muslims, with the help of the Clinton government,  drove the Serbs out of of their ancestral homeland and now occupy their homes. That’s a fact. Everything else is BS.

11 thoughts on “Angelina's Tears”

  1. Will Angelina Jolie cry for the child rape victims in the UK? Who have been deliberately targeted by Muslim colonizers?

    What about the French rape victims who have been raped by Muslims in her maternal homeland of France, will she shed a tear for them too?

    Somehow I doubt it. Because, it just does not have the same sexiness as the self loathing of European white Christians men allegedly being the aggressors against a small minority.

    After what has been recently revealed regarding child rape by Muslims to have occurred in the UK (see Rochdale and Oxford) for years and years with the full knowledge of the government, William Hague has some nerve standing there.

  2. Furthermore, The UN has a lot of nerve talking about sex and violence at all in this Country, thanks to a whistle blower, she revealed that the UN “peackeepers” at the highest levels of the UN were involved in rape and sex trafficking. The UN was involved in bring in forced female sex slaves to service the military and police. #CorruptUN.

    When Jolie makes a film about that dirty little bit of the UN history in Bosnia, then she can have some credibility.

    The American, Kathryn Bolkovac is the real hero, for blowing the whistle.

  3. I’ve gotta stop reading these articles. My keyboard and monitor can’t deal with the projectile vomiting.

  4. Total Bullshit! NO self-respecting proud “racist” Serb would get anywhere near a smelly burka-clad muslima, much less feel any desire to rape her!

  5. I was particularly incensed when she demanded that the “international community” stop using rape as a weapon of war. The “international community”?!!! Like we’re all doing it, and we need Angelina Jolie to tell us all that it’s wrong? The nerve, the gall, the sheer stupidity!

    1. Excellent link!

      Here it is in full:

      The Rape of Serbian Women

      by Stella Jatras

      (Letter to Phyllis Chesler of Chesler Chronicles)

      Dear Phyllis,

      I apologize for the length of my letter, but there is so much to be covered on this subject in order to do it justice.

      In your commentary of 28 July entitled, “Is Marital Rape a Crime in America or Is It a Muslim Religious Right?,” Chesler Chronicles, you wrote: “In this regard, rape was declared a crime against humanity by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. [ICTY] I was tentatively supposed to testify about Rape Trauma Syndrome in the case in The Hague, but there was no funding to either protect or relocate the women who were prepared to testify, and thus, these trials were canceled.”

      My concern is the distorted application of the rape declaration by the ICTY. Anything from the ICTY, a bought and paid for tool of the western powers, can only be seen in light of the objectives of those powers, especially Washington. A major objective — which was achieved — was to make the Muslims the victims in Bosnia and Serbs the villains. Paradoxically, that contrived victimization is itself a weapon in depicting any concerns about Islam here — including victimization of women, not as helping protect human rights, but as a propaganda tool to justify discrimination, racism, etc.

      In that context, the accusations of mass rape – and specifically of “Serb rape camps,” which were never shown to have existed anywhere — was part of a calculated campaign of depicting Muslims-white-hats and Serbs-black-hats. I draw your attention to a letter written by Herb Brin of Heritage Southwest Jewish Press to President Clinton on 14 April 1994: “When I visited the Serbian front a year ago, I learned to my dismay that the rape story was a total concoction. In wars, rapes occur–but in the hundreds of thousands and as a means of so-called ‘ethnic cleansing?’ This was incredible and false.” Certainly rapes are committed in wartime, even worse in communal wars. There is no evidence that Bosnia was any worse (or better) than anywhere else where comparable conflicts have taken place. Tragically, the crime of the actual rapes that occurred was compounded by the use of false accusations of rape as a propaganda weapon, which is what the west and the Muslims did. Such false accusations both paste a damning accusation on the party not guilty of the wrongdoing, while devaluing the horror of actual rapes committed.

      The fact that the ICTY declares rape a crime against humanity — a fact obvious to any normal person, ICTY or no ICTY — should not be given much weight, given the source. In fact, it serves to devalue the problem of rape during wartime because the ICTY shamefully used what should have been a principled legal finding as a blatant political propaganda weapon.

      There is no question that even one rape is unspeakable, but with all due respect, I would like to present the other side of the story regarding the rapes that occurred in Bosnia, specifically the rape of Serbian women which were deemed to be insignificant by the media and by The Hague. Instead of being honest brokers in a nasty civil war, we took sides against the Serbian people. Here I quote Yohanan Ramati, Director of the Jerusalem Institute for Western Defense, “This organized anti-Serb and pro-Muslim propaganda should cause anyone believing in democracy and free speech serious concerns. It recalls Hitler’s propaganda against the allies in World War II. Facts are twisted and, when convenient, disregarded.”

      I offer the following:

      “Former Yugoslavia: MANIPULATED HORROR. (Translated From French) ‘Ethnic cleansing, rapes: the war in the Balkans is already sufficiently horrible without the need to exaggerate the consequences’.” [Source: Le Point, March 13, 1993, page 34]

      For Envoye Special, Jerome Boney went to investigate on the spot by going to Tuzla, the city mentioned in all the reports. He confided his astonishment in the last February 4 broadcast: He reported, “When I was 50 kilometers from Tuzla, I heard: ‘Go to the Tuzla gymnasium, there are 4,000 raped women.’ At 20 kilometers the figure went down to 400. At 100 kilometer there were no more than 40. And on the spot I found 4 women who agreed to testify.” – Jacques Merlino (France 2).

      Unnoticed by the media was the submission on December 18, 1992, of the length report #S24491 by the UN Security Council to the General Assembly. The report included depositions by Serb rape victims. Yet while that report was receiving minimal circulation at the UN, the news media were focusing on undocumented claims that Serbian soldiers had committed as many as 60,000 rape of Muslim women.

      The Jan 4 1993 issue of Newsweek reported that up to 50,000 Muslim women had been raped in Bosnia. Tom Post, a contributor to the article, explained that the estimate of 50,000 rapes was based on interviews with 28 women. #S24491 which was filed three weeks before this January 4th 1993 article appeared in Newsweek was not mentioned.

      So which is it, 60,000 as reported by the majority of the news media, or 50,000 rapes as reported in 1993 by Newsweek, considering both exaggerated the numbers, or whatever number the spin doctors felt would make the best headline?

      Jewish publication ISRAPUNDIT reported: “Such was the false tale spread of rapes by Serbian soldiers of Muslim women to supposedly increase the Serbian population in Kosovo and Bosnia. While rapes by Serbian soldiers were not proven in the end, there were rapes of Serbian women by the mujahedeen and members of the Kosovo Liberation Army. Both were funded by Saudi Arabia and Iran. You know the Saudis, they’re the ones whose ‘road map for peace’ is what Israel is adhering to as the same Saudis who fund Hamas (with the Iranians) to fire missiles at Israeli day care centers. The US State Department calls all that diplomacy.”

      Jared Israel (Emperor’s Clothes) offers, “Susan Sontag and the rape of American thinking,” (5/30/00) where he states that Sontag claims that Bosnian Serb troops indulged in: “The rape by military orders of tens of thousands of women throughout Serb-captured Bosnia. By military order, mind you,” writes Israel. He continues. “Now keep in mind that the Bosnian Serb army numbered somewhere around 30,000 men, “many of whom were engaged in desperate military engagements.”

      “Aside from the absurdity of this small, hard-pressed army, stretched out along a one thousand mile front, raping tens of thousands of women, the mass rape stories rely on a false impression, carefully cultivated by the Western media: that the Bosnian Serb army was an aggressive invading force that “captured territory”. This is wrong on both counts: they were mainly a defensive force and they were in fact defending their own territory.”

      In her article ‘Yugoslavia Seen Through a Dark Glass,” analyst Diana Johnstone offers the following:

      “No one denies that many rapes occurred during the civil wars in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, or that rape is a serious violation of human rights. So is war, for that matter. From the start, however, inquiry into rape in Bosnia-Herzegovina focused exclusively on accusations that Serbs were raping Muslim women as part of a deliberate strategy. The most inflated figures, freely extrapolated by multiplying the number of known cases by large factors, were readily accepted by the media and international organizations. No interest was shown in detailed and documented reports of rapes of Serbian women by Muslims or Croats. The late Nora Beloff, former chief political correspondent of the London Observer, described her own search for verification of the rape charges in a letter to The Daily Telegraph (January 19, 1993). The British Foreign Office conceded that the rape figures being bandied about were totally uncorroborated, and referred her to the Danish government, then chairing the European Union. Copenhagen agreed that the reports were unsubstantiated, but kept repeating them. Both said that the EU had taken up the “rape atrocity” issue at its December 1992 Edinburgh summit exclusively on the basis of a German initiative. In turn, Fran Wild, in charge of the Bosnian Desk in the German Foreign Ministry, told Ms. Beloff that the material on Serb rapes came partly from the Izetbegovic government and partly from the Catholic charity Caritas in Croatia. No effort had been made to seek corroboration from more impartial sources. Despite the absence of solid and comprehensive information, a cottage industry has since developed around the theme. See: Norma von Ragenfeld-Feldman, “The Victimization of Women: Rape and the Reporting of Rape in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1992-1993,” Dialogue (Paris), No. 21, March 1997; and Diana Johnstone, “Selective Justice in The Hague,” The Nation, Sept. 22, 1997, pp. 16-21.”

      And then there is also the case of a pregnant Bosnian Muslim woman who was registered in Switzerland as an asylum seeker and a victim of rape by Serbian soldiers who subsequently gave birth to a black baby. Nothing more was heard of the case.

      Although I am not Serbian, I have complete empathy with the sentiments of a Serbian lady friend who wrote: “I still hurt whenever I remember all of the false accusations leveled against Serbs for having run ‘rape camps’ in various parts of former Yugoslavia. Those accusations were lies. Later on, life began to imitate the dark art of propaganda journalism, when slave-brothels and trafficking in women indeed began flourishing under the NATO/Muslim occupation. Nobody ever came back to apologize to the Serbs for those false accusations, even though the evidence was transparently concocted and thoroughly refuted.”

      I believe you answered your own question regarding, “is it a Muslim Religious Right?” It appears to be so.

      Respectfully submitted,
      Stella L. Jatras

      As a career military officer’s wife, Stella Jatras has traveled widely and has lived in many foreign countries where she not only learned about other cultures but also became very knowledgeable regarding world affairs and world politics. With the advent of the war in Bosnia, Mrs. Jatras immediately recognized the bias of the Western media and the Clinton administration’s flawed foreign policy in the Balkans and began her efforts to present to the American people a more accurate view of that tragic situation. Stella Jatras lived in Moscow for two years (where her husband, George, was the Senior Air Attaché), and while there, worked in the Political Section of the US Embassy. Stella has also lived in Germany, Greece, including eight years in Saudi Arabia. Her travels took her to over twenty countries

      As a career military officer’s wife, Stella Jatras has traveled widely and has lived in many foreign countries where she not only learned about other cultures but also became very knowledgeable regarding world affairs and world politics. With the advent of the war in Bosnia, Mrs. Jatras immediately recognized the bias of the Western media and the Clinton administration’s flawed foreign policy in the Balkans and began her efforts to present to the American people a more accurate view of that tragic situation. Her letters and articles have been published in The Washington Times, The Washington Post, The Arizona Republic, The Patriot- News (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), Chronicles, The Stars and Stripes, and the Los Angeles Times, as well as a number of magazines and periodicals. In addition her writings have had worldwide distribution via the Internet such as Citizen Soldier and Jihad Watch. Stella Jatras lived in Moscow for two years (where her husband, George, was the Senior Air Attaché), and while there, worked in the Political Section of the US Embassy. Stella has also lived in Germany, Greece and Saudi Arabia. Her travels took her to over twenty countries.

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      Carla del Ponte’s Pound of Serbian Flesh

      by Stella L. Jatras

      One by one, Serbs are confessing to their guilt regarding Srebrenica. Are we witnessing another Stalin show trial, where the defendants were told, “if you sign, we won’t shoot you”? Well, Stalin’s victims signed and many were shot anyway, or worked to death in the Gulag.

      The Hague “Tribunal” seems to have taken Uncle Joe’s lesson to heart. Serbs have been so demoralized, so dehumanized, and so brutalized that they are willing to confess to anything and everything that is put before them hoping to get a better deal for themselves and for their families. It is obvious to this writer that The Hague’s Chief Prosecutor, Carla del Ponte, must have her pound of Serbian flesh either by hook or crook, in order to justify her kangaroo court. “If you don’t confess (regardless of the accusation), we will guarantee that you will receive no less than 20 years,” is clearly the offer from del Ponte, who, like a jackal, has tasted blood and will not rest until she has devoured her prey. It should also be remembered that the majority of funding for The Hague’s International kangaroo court is being provided by the American people.

      In his speech during his trip to Britain, President Bush evoked the name of Milosevic, not once but several times. The President also eluded to the evils that had occurred in Europe without, to my recollection, evoking the names of either Hitler or Stalin, as though Milosevic was more evil than those two. The question is, why? Was it to further demonize and humiliate the Serbs?

      President Bush also said that “we cannot turn Iraq over to the terrorists,” yet that is exactly what was done in the Balkans by the two previous administrations. We turned the Balkans over to Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda who have been operating there since the early 1990s. The President also said, “we must cut off funding for terrorists,” yet we have been funding the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) or their alter ego the Kosovo Protection Corps. (KPC) in the Balkans for over a decade.


      Billions and billions of dollars have been earmarked to rebuild both Iraq and Afghanistan, yet the rebuilding of Serbia after its destruction by NATO’s war planes can only come until every alleged Serbian war criminal is made to pay for alleged atrocities. President Bush even made it a point to ask each American school child to send $1.00 to help the children of Afghanistan. Oh, that such compassion would be shown for Serbian children.

      In a recent e-mail (one of many) to Congressman Frank Wolf of Virginia, I expressed my concerns regarding an October 30 briefing of the Congressional Human Rights Caucus on “The Future of Albanians in Montenegro.” The briefing was on the alleged plight of Albanians in Montenegro, yet I have seen nothing from this congressional caucus, co-chaired by Congressman Wolf and Tom Lantos (D-CA) regarding the Serbian population of Kosovo which is being decimated by murder and ethnic cleansing.

      On Friday, 14 November I received a call from Congressman Wolf’s office asking if I would like to meet with him, which I and my husband did on the 18th. We gathered from the meeting that the congressman wanted to impress upon us that he, in his opinion, has been dealing fairly with all parties concerned. We, in turn, welcomed the opportunity to impress upon him that while he was concerned about the plight of Albanians in Montenegro where we have no direct involvement, the American Congress is funding the criminals responsible for the atrocities that are still being perpetrated against the Serbian people in Kosovo. Congressman Wolf seemed to be taken aback when we showed him the photo of Sadik Chuflaj, an Albanian member of the KLA, and his son who is currently a lieutenant in the UN funded KPC, jubilantly holding the severed head of one Serb, while the severed head of another Serb was more obscure to the left of the photo. (Warning: Explicit photo of decapitations) The congressman had no answer as to why, with such graphic evidence these men have not been arrested. Only now, after ten years, are two ex-army commanders, the first senior Bosnian Muslims to appear before the tribunal for “ritual beheading” of Serbs, are on trial for atrocities that go as far back as 1993. We also questioned the congressman as to why there was no congressional condemnation of the recent axe killings of elderly Serbs and the machine gunning of Serbian youths while they were swimming.

      Although he seemed to be impressed by the evidence of Albanian actrocities, the congressman stated that until Karadzic is captured and sent to The Hague, the sanctions on Serbia will likely remain. I responded by saying that it was not fair to punish innocent Serbs collectively. The congressman answered (to paraphrase), “No, it is not fair, but that’s the way it is.” By this reasoning, we should not spend billions and billions of dollars to help the Iraqis until they turn over Saddam Hussein. By this reasoning we should also withhold funds from Afghanistan until they turn over Osama bin Laden. As we pointed out to the congressman, even after Karadzic is captured, there are those who then will demand the capture of Bosnian Serb and former army chief General Ratko Mladic, and so on and so on, to which the congressman said “I don’t think that will happen.” Ironically, shortly after our meeting, a provision was presented in the U.S. Senate to make economic assistance to Serbia and the Bosnian Serb Republic dependent on Mladic’s capture.

      The most troubling aspect of our meeting with Congressman Wolf was the realization that if a man like Frank Wolf, who is correct on most issues, who is truly concerned about human rights, who has worked hard on behalf of persecuted Christians in Sudan and China, is not demanding the same human rights for the Serbian people, then there is little chance that we will see justice for the Serbian people.

      All sides do terrible things in civil wars, but only Milosevic, dubbed by his accusers as The Butcher of the Balkans, has been singled out for particular reprimand and demonization. Scarce attention is given to Croatian war criminals (and only if the crime was perpetrated against Muslims) and virtually no attention is given to Bosnian Muslim or ethnic Albanian [KLA] terrorists. Is it not a war crime to willingly slaughter your own people (“Muslims slaughter their own people ,” The [London] Independent, 22 Aug. 1992), in order to advance a Muslim Bosnia as did Alija Izetbegovic? Is it not a war crime to ethnically cleanse an entire people from their Serbian ancestral homes in Croatia as did Croatian forces during “Operation Storm,” with U.S. military aid and technology? Only after the war criminals Bosnian President Izetbegovic and Croatian President Tudjman are dead do the Serb-bashers say, “Oh yes, if they hadn’t died they would have been indicted.” Needless to say, with the deaths of Tudjman and Izetbegovic, the war crimes committed by their accomplices will not be pursued.

      Even if Carla del Ponte’s court were fair and just, to continue to punish the Serbian people is uncivilized, immoral and above all, cruel. Americans want to be known as compassionate. Where is the compassion for the Serbian people? These are the people who demonstrated against Milosevic for four months in the cold of the 1996 winter with no help or support from the American government or media. These are the people who themselves or their parents or grandparents fought alongside us in two world wars. These are the people who saved over 500 American airmen during World War Two at great sacrifice to themselves. These are the people who lived for nearly 50 years under communist rule largely as a result of our support of the dictator Josip Broz Tito.


      Many discrepancies remain regarding what actually happened at Srebrenica “‘Srebrenica’ – Code Word to Silence Critics of U.S. Policies in the Balkans.” Strategic Studies reported on 19 Sep. 2003, “On the eve of the dedication of a monument to Muslims killed at Srebrenica, in Bosnia-Herzegovina, in 1995, a group which includes a former UN official, intelligence experts, and journalists, released a statement challenging the alleged casualty number of 7,000 victims as vastly inflated and unsupported by evidence’.”

      In an exclusive analysis titled, “US Official Implicated With Bosnian High Representative Ashdown in Attempted to Force Fabricated Report on Srebrenica,” Gregory R. Copley, Editor of Global Information System (GIS) and Director of Strategic Studies, with input from sources in Sarajevo and elsewhere, wrote “Very reliable sources within the Office of the High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and other sources in Sarajevo have told GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs Daily that a second US official, Amb. Donald S. Hays, the Deputy High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been actively engaged in attempts to force a fabricated report to be published on the controversial wartime fighting at the city of Srebrenica.

      “Amb. Hays, presumably at the insistence of High Representative Paddy Ashdown, the former British politician, has demanded the publication of a so-called ‘final report’ on an alleged mass-killing of Bosnian Muslims at Srebrenica in 1995, during the Bosnian civil war, by the Government of Republika Srpska, the predominantly Serbian province of Bosnia-Herzegovina. In essence, Amb. Hays and Lord Ashdown are attempting to force the Government of Republika Srpska (RS) to admit that Serbs were responsible for killing thousands of Muslims at Srebrenica.”

      It is evident that through intimidation and threats, the leadership of Bosnian Serb President Cavic has been told not to question; not to qualify anything, just admit, and then the powers-that-be will see whether the Serbs will be allowed to survive as the state of Republika Srpska.

      Former Canadian Ambassador to Belgrade James Bissett expresses his sentiments thusly: “One of the reasons that I have championed the Serbian cause in Canada and why I spoke out against the bombing was because I was very much aware of the lies being told. Another reason was because I knew it was almost impossible for the Serbian community to defend itself. It needed an outside and objective spokesperson and I have tried to play that role and will continue to do so.”

      There have been so many false accusations, so many exaggerations, so many hoaxes against the Serbian people, even charges of cannibalism, that one wonders where reason stops and insanity begins. By confessing to crimes they haven’t committed, Serbs will only meet the same fate as those who confessed at Stalin’s show trials. Unfortunately, the lies have been told so often that even the Serbs have begun to believe them.

      As former Bosnian Serb President Radovan Karadzic said, “This war is an example of what modern media and governments can do. They can arrange anything. Put on a show so that their people believe anything. While watching their television pictures or their radios sometimes I myself almost came to the conclusion: We Serbs, we are real swine. They could put their stories together that well.”

      Today, we are seeing the results of U.S. complicity by turning a blind eye to Muslim atrocities and by promoting a Bosnian Muslim victory. The Balkans have been turned over to Osama bin Laden’s Kosovo Liberation Army and Bosnia has become the corridor into Europe for his Islamic warriors, the Mujahedin.

  6. What about the rapes of SERBIAN women?

    Google “Serbs did not rape Bosnian Muslim women” and you get about 304,000 results, all about “genocide” and how Serbs raped Muslim women.

    Now we have already established that the genocide story is BS, fact is that the Christian Serbs have been driven out of their ancestral homelands and their houses and properties are now occupied by Muslims. That’s genocide.

    The horror stories about the rape of Muslim women are also BS. Rape is part and parcel of Mohammedan warfare. The rest is projection.

    There was no rape of Serbian women. Muslims would never do a thing like that. There was no body parts snatching by Hashim Taci, there is no drug running and no weapons smuggling; there are no jihadist training camps in Bosnia, these are all lies by filthy kafirs, allahu akbar!

    Thank G-d for Jihad Watch documenting this Mohammedan propaganda!

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