“I have to admit that I myself got not less than nine threats for my life from Croatians all over the world… to stop my researches and to leave this subject…
They imitated Nazi Germany. They adopted a very similar ideology. The Ustashcism is like nativism, like National Socialism. They were like brothers, like twins for Nazi Germany. Ante Pavelic, the leader, the Fuehrer of Croatia went very often to Berlin to learn more, new systems. So they were very close ideologies.”
– Holocaust Institute Historian-in-Chief Gideon Greif Continue reading
“We outwitted three big Jewish organizations – B’Nai Brith Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Committee, and the American Jewish Congress.” – James Harff (Director of Ruder Finns’s Global Public affairs section) Continue reading
“With General Sulejmani I personally met him twice in Iran, once in Tehran at a conference 2016, and the second time in the town of Meade a year later. He seemed very humble, he was seen to weigh every word he made. Although we did not talk long ago, when he found out I was from Croatia, he only received the question: “What is the situation in BiH? [Bosnia] ” To my question if he was in BiH [Bosnia], Kasem replied: “Of course I was, but a long time ago, 1993. and 1994. Wherever Muslims need help, I am here “. I told him to keep it safe, and his answer was: “Pray for me to die as a martyr, it is my greatest wish,” Continue reading
“The intelligence reports document what is described as a “link” between bin Laden, the fugitive Saudi millionaire, and the KLA [Albanian “Kosovo Liberation Army”] –including a common staging area in Tropoje, Albania, a center for Islamic terrorists. The reports said bin Laden’s organization, known as al-Qaeda, has both trained and financially supported the KLA.
Many border crossings into Kosovo by “foreign fighters” also have been documented and include veterans of the militant group Islamic Jihad from Bosnia, Chechnya and Afghanistan…
Jane’s International Defense Review, a highly respected British Journal, reported in February that documents found last year on the body of a KLA member showed that he had escorted several volunteers into Kosovo, including more than a dozen Saudi Arabians. Each volunteer carried a passport identifying him as a Macedonian Albanian.” Continue reading
“At the termination of the World War, Alexander brought about a political union creating a powerful and resourceful State. This was hailed with joy by all the Slavs of the Balkans, but it took time before the people found themselves in the new conditions. […]
It was the Serbians who fought the battles for freedom and the price of liberty was paid in Serbian blood. All true Croatians and Slovenes remember that gratefully. They also know that the Serbians have an unequaled aptitude and experience in warfare and are best qualified to direct the forces of the country in a crisis.
Ever since united Yugoslavia came into being through Alexander’s efforts, political enemies have done all they could to disrupt it by sowing seeds of discord and disseminating malicious reports. […]
Alexander will live long in the memory of his people, a heroic figure of imposing stature, both the Washington and Lincoln of the Yugoslavs; like Washington an able and intrepid general who freed his country from oppression; like Lincoln a wise and patriotic leader who suffered martyrdom.”
Nikola Tesla, New York, Oct. 19, 1934 Continue reading
“It should be noted that the dismemberment of Yugoslavia was an operation long prepared in Germany…
So, Berlin, at the time it was Bonn, thought that Serbian resistance contributed to German defeat in world wars. These people were to be punished.
Secondly, the next German idea was to reward Croats and Muslims who joined Germany and occupied certain positions in France during the war, to thank them because they chose German side…
[W]e today reflect upon with great sorrow because the Western world demonstrated it capability of utter perversions in order to conform to a German obsession…”
Brigadier-General Pierre Marie Gallois
” Unfortunately those of us who lived with these people are few and far between, but believe you me, never will we forget how the men and women of Serbia unquestioningly risked their very lives for us, clothed us, and gave us shelter when they themselves were ill-clad, cold and hungry… I vowed to myself that if I could ever possibly begin to replay these people for all they had done for me, I wouldn’t hesitate to do so. Unfortunately, what little I might be able to do would not even pay the interest on my debt to the Serbian people. I suffer with them in their present plight, and in the injustice rendered to them by the American press as well as the American and British Governments.”
Letter of John E. Scroogs, First Lieutenant, U.S. Army Air Corps, Wyandotte St., Kansas City, Mo. Continue reading