…during the years 1941-1945, in the satellite state of Croatia under the government of Croatian fascists, known as the Ustashi, supported by the Axis powers, as well as by the Croatian Catholic hierarchy, with the knowledge of the Vatican.
In order to justify his policy of extermination, the Sultan, Abdual Hamid, was known to say: “The way to get rid of the Armenian question is to get rid of the Armenians.”
This same maxim was adopted by the Croatian nationalists and clericals concerning the Serbian question in Croatia. According to the statutes of the Ustashi organization, “the name Ustashi was to be given to those who, in pre-war Yugoslavia, swore that by the destruction of the Yugoslav State he [they] helped in the extermination of Serbianism and the Orthodox Church.” (Nova Hrvatska, May 4, 1941.)
…the Orthodox Serbs in Croatia barely escaped complete extermination.
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“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.”
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Many do not know the horror of the Jasenovac concentration camp in Croatia’s Slavonia region, but it considered one of the most brutal and notorious concentration camps, run by the WWII Croatian pro-Nazi government. Holocaust Institute Historian-in-Chief Gideon Greif discusses his book on the camp with host Eylon Levy. Continue reading →
“The break-up of Yugoslavia and its division has been planned for a long time. My service was responsible for relations with Slovenians. It was with Slovenians who were at the top of the state security of Yugoslavia. I was their guest. And they told me what was happening in Kosovo. Slovenia was already independent at the time, but they told me that Kosovo’s muslim terrorists had been spreading terror from the 1970s and who supported them.” – Yako Kedmi, Ex Israeli Intelligence Chief Continue reading →
“The Vatican had its ambassadorial Legate Ramiro Marcone in Zagreb throughout the war and his Secretary Guiseppe Masucci who spoke Serbo-Croatian fluently. Both of them visited concentration camps in Croatia (including Jasenovac) and met directly with those most responsible for the Holocaust there: Artukovic, Kvartnik, etc. ” Continue reading →
“At that time there were as many Serbs as Englishmen now. Today, there are ten time less Serbs than then.
Where are they? They died, protecting Europe…” Continue reading →
“To speak the truth on the Left today is to expose oneself to almost certain shunning, political exile, and professional suicide, particularly when it comes to Israel. Few dare to take a closer look, to risk losing one’s place in the progressive community, where Jews are afforded inclusion so long as they renounce the Jewish … Continue reading →
With the Holocaust Museum as a powerful backdrop and President Clinton waiting in the wings, a new narrative was being devised and assiduously propagated. Muslims were introduced to the world stage as the new persecuted Jews of Europe, helpless victims of racist persecution, tragically bereft of international support, facing certain annihilation at the hands of the Serbs, in desperate need of Western rescue in the form of military intervention. Continue reading →