VATICAN WAR CRIMES | The Vatican’s Complicity in Genocide  “The Pope and the Curia see Serbia as a destructive disease”  |  Professor Barry Lituchy
Anti-Semitism / Bosnia / Croatia / Holocaust / Incitment to Genocide / Serbia / Vatican / War Criminals

VATICAN WAR CRIMES | The Vatican’s Complicity in Genocide “The Pope and the Curia see Serbia as a destructive disease” | Professor Barry Lituchy

“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

Deadly Blowback from Bill Clinton’s Balkan Wars
Bill Clinton / Bosnia / ISIS / ISIL / Serbia / US-Iran Alliance / Yugoslavia

Deadly Blowback from Bill Clinton’s Balkan Wars

“…veterans of the Bosnian jihad in the 1990s included people such as Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, mastermind of the 9/11 attacks; Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri, involved in the attack on the USS Cole; Mamdouh Mahmud Salim, involved in the August 1998 US embassy bombings in East Africa; Abu Hamza al-Masri, the spiritual father of the July 2005 London Underground bombings; and Zaki ur-Rehman Lakhvi, one of the participants in the November 2008 Mumbai bombings. Ali Hamad, a Bahraini-born al-Qaeda operative, has claimed that al-Qaeda figures would visit Bosnia with “state protection,”…

“… militant Islamists indigenous to the Balkans have been involved in numerous actions and conspiracies: the October 2002 attack on the US Embassy in Vienna, the May 2007 Fort Dix bomb plot, the July 2009 Raleigh Group conspiracy, the 2009 New York City subway attack conspiracy, the October 2011 attack on the US Embassy in Sarajevo, a January 2012 plot to bomb nightclubs in Tampa, and the murder of two US servicemen at Frankfurt Airport in February 2012. Most recently, a young man from Kosovo became “the Balkans’ first suicide bomber,” killing fifty people in an attack in Baghdad in March 2014.” — Gordon N. Bardos Continue reading