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Tudjman & the Croatian Ustashe Nazi genocide of Krajina Serbs: Part 2

Tudjman & the Croatian Ustashe Nazi genocide of Krajina Serbs: Part 2

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Kad se nezna plesati grdi se muziku, oni koji biraju lošu vladu grde one koji žele da se odcepe

Svidelo se to ili ne, narod ide tamo gde mu je bolje. I srba ima nekoliko miliona rasuto po belom svetu a da i ovi, što su ostali, imaju pasoše i vize bilo bi, nas, srba i više u svetu. A ko nam je kriv zato što srbijom hara beda ko srednjovekovna kuga pa odlaze ljudi trbuhom za kruhom a i oni što su ostali već bi se sutra negde pripojili, negde gde bi im bilo bolje. To je istina kojoj bi trebala elita srpskih političara, ako ih još ima, da pogleda u oči pa da zasuče rukave a ne kao do sada da uliva lažnu nadu da ako nam drugi pomogne da će nam biti bolje . To ne uliva veru da je srpski narod sposoban da reši sam svoj problem pa onda je logično da mnogi ne čekaju tudju pomoć iz tudjine već odlaze odmah i sami u tudjinu ne postavljajući pitanje svoje privrženosti svojoj matici zemlji Srbiji. Zar je normalno da kad svoj narod digne ruke od svoje države i onog što se podrazumeva pod državom da narod drugog porekla ostane privržen istoj. Pa i pored toga, mnogi Subotički madjari su ostali privrženi Srbiji i ako jih delio i deli samo jedan korak do Madjarske granice i boljeg i sigurnijeg života. Nije u redu od drugih očekivati žrtve koje čovek nije spreman sam za svoju stvar podnositi. Za našu bedu nisu nama krivi madjari već mi sami sebi zato što smo prihvatili od ratnog pobednika nametnutu i izprovociranu politiku, politiku nacionalne i etničke pripadnosti kao prioritet svih proriteta i mere svih ljudskih prava, koju nam je bacio kao oglodjanu kost medju gladne kerove kako bi za sebe ostvario i zadržao bogatu srpsku trpezu. Mi smo sami krivi što smo prihvatili tu kost pa na to reagovali tačno tako kako je to zlotvor očekivao odnosno predvideo i priželjkivao. Nije niti jedan ratni pobednik toliko lud da iz ruku ispusti zadobijenu pobedu, ne na vreme su i to oni, tako je moj utisak, na svim vitalnim delovima Srbije se pobrinuli da zauzmu položaj lojalne osobe pobednika dnosno NATO-evrope a to znači da za dugo neće srpski narod biti gospodar svoje kuće niti će se moći nadatu boljem životnom standardu, sve dok ne preuzme komandu u svoje ruke u svojem dvorištu. Zašto sada kriviti madjare za ono zašta smo sami krivi. Zar je već zaboravljena pomoć madjarskih komšije u vreme blokade kad su proturali šlauh preko granice tadašnje YU da bi nas snabdevali naftom kako bi zasejali svoje njive da se ne umire od gladi. Jeste da i medju njima ima usijanih glava a ja se pitam gde ih nema. Ljudi su nosili po litru rakije i vina da bi ih zamenuli za dve litre nafte i to više puta na dan smo da bi naši seljaci mogli preorati njive i posejati seme kako nebi ostali bez hleba. Točio se benzin umesto vode za brisanje stakla, pripajao do motora da bi se prešla granica i napunio rezervoar benzinca dizelom i ponovo nazad za Suboticu do seljakovog traktora. Išlo je to tako sve, a po naj više u smeni kad su madjarski carinici preuzeli dužnost, dok UN kontrolori nisu to odkrili. To paušalno osudjivanje Madjara samo zato što nismo zadovoljni da su im se vodje pripojile Tadiću nije u redu pa i pola srpskog naroda, verovatno i više, nisu zadovoljni svijim vodjama pa čak ni predsednikom Srbije. Ne može im se zameriti ako nisu veće patriote od samih srba. Srpski narod se mora potruditi da izabere u vlast one koji veruju u njega i njegovu sposobnost i ideju suvereniteta kako bi došao do boljeg života i kako bi jednom za uvek prekinuo sa odlazakom u pečalbu. U protivnom će Srbija izkrvariti i i dalje biti prepuštena na milost i nemilost pijavicama kojie će joj sisat životnu krv do poslednjeg daha.

Dušan Nonković

POSLE IRSKOG „NE“ EVROPI, KRIZA EVROPE! – Nicolas Sarkozys neues, schwieriges Amt: Krisenmanager der EU

Nicolas Sarkozy

Nicolas Sarkozys neues, schwieriges Amt: Krisenmanager der EU

Die Krise der EU nach dem Nein der Iren wird zur Bewährungsprobe für den französischen Präsidenten, der jetzt die EU-Ratspräsidentschaft übernimmt

Paris (dpa) – Der französische Präsident Nicolas Sarkozy steht für die kommenden sechs Monate an der Spitze der Europäischen Union. Um Mitternacht übernahm Frankreich turnusgemäß die Ratspräsidentschaft von Slowenien – Mitten in der Reform-Krise der EU.

Zum Auftakt trifft Sarkozy am Dienstagnachmittag im Élyséepalast mit EU-Kommissionspräsident José Manuel Barroso zusammen. Als Ratspräsidentschaft leitet Paris die Amtsgeschäfte der Gemeinschaft und ist für die Ausrichtung der Gipfel der 27 Staats- und Regierungschefs sowie für die Ministerratstreffen verantwortlich.

Nach dem Nein der Iren zum Vertrag von Lissabon will die EU bis Ende des Jahres über ihr weiteres Vorgehen entscheiden. Ebenso wie Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel (CDU) will Sarkozy neue Erweiterungsrunden der EU mit einem Veto blockieren, sollte der Lissabonner Vertrag nicht doch noch in Kraft treten. „Es kommt nicht infrage, die EU ohne neue institutionelle Grundlage zu erweitern“, sagte Sarkozy am Montagabend im französischen Fernsehen. Davon wäre in erster Linie Kroatien betroffen, das einen Beitritt 2010 anpeilt. Unter anderem Polen und Tschechien sträuben sich dagegen, die Erweiterung der EU auszusetzen.

Als neue Rechtsgrundlage der EU sollte der Lissabon-Vertrag von Januar 2009 an Entscheidungen der 27 Mitgliedstaaten beschleunigen, die EU-Kommission verschlanken und dem Europaparlament mehr Mitspracherechte geben. Die Iren lehnten ihn in einem Referendum am 12. Juni mit 53,4 Prozent der Stimmen ab. Das Vertragswerk kann erst in Kraft treten, wenn es alle Mitgliedstaaten angenommen haben. Bislang haben es die Parlamente von 20 Ländern gebilligt, darunter der Bundestag. Nur die irische Verfassung schrieb eine Volksabstimmung vor.

Angesichts des gescheiterten Reform-Vertrags will Sarkozy Europa eine Schutzfunktion geben und es bürgernäher machen. „Die Europäer befürworten Europa, aber sie verlangen jetzt Schutz gegen die Risiken der Globalisierung – und da hakt es“, sagte Sarkozy. „Unsere Bürger fragen sich allmählich, ob sie auf nationaler Ebene nicht besser beschützt werden als auf europäischer.“ Unter anderem will er konkrete Antworten auf EU-Ebene auf die hohen Energie- und Nahrungsmittelpreise durchsetzen, beispielsweise mit Steuererleichterungen.

Zu den Schwerpunkten des französischen Ratsvorsitzes zählen ein Einwanderungspakt, der Massenlegalisierungen von Einwanderern wie in Spanien ausschließt. Sarkozy will zudem die EU-Verteidigungspolitik voranbringen und den EU-Klimapakt unter Dach und Fach bringen. Bis Ende des Jahres steht auch die Überprüfung der milliardenschweren Agrarsubventionen an. Vorläufiger Höhepunkt wird der Gipfel der EU-Staats- und Regierungschefs mit den politischen Spitzen der Mittelmeeranrainer am 13. Juli in Paris.

The Shadow of Munich Conference Over Europe

During the past several weeks, the public’s attention has been focused on various recent geopolitical developments, and the expiration of Slovenia’s Presidency over the Council of the EU on July 1 is going to remain almost unnoticed against the background. Yet this was the first time in the EU history when such a prominent role was played by a Slavic Balkan country, and high expectations were associated with the fact in the Balkan region.

The Slovenians did everything to foster the expectations. At the start of the term of Slovenia’s Presidency last January, its Foreign Minister Dimitrij Rupel made no secret of his optimism about the resolution of Balkan problems and, in particular, about the chances of signing an agreement with Serbia. At that time he even opined that the agreement would possibly be signed within a month.

The Stabilization and Association Agreement was signed only by the end of April amidst the elections campaign in Serbia. The signing helped to tilt the balance in favor of B. Tadic’s pro-Western coalition. The undisguised intervention into the domestic politics of a sovereign country seems to be Slovenia’s sole achievement during the EU Presidency. It failed to help other former Yugoslavian republics and Albania gain admission to the EU or to do anything to alleviate the Kosovo problem in a legitimate framework. Instead, new conflicts erupted in the Balkan region, for example, in Macedonia. Mr. Rupel does not seem upset – a few days ago he declared proudly that the Balkan crisis was nearing the end and that the situation in the region was on the verge of improving despite all the challenges that Slovenia had faced during the Presidency.

What positive developments could he have had in mind? The unilateral proclamation of independence by Kosovo on February 17 which left the EU and the rest of the world divided? Or, perhaps, the unprecedented tensions in Macedonia, where the population once so convinced of the advantages of independence now rushed to obtain Bulgarian passports? In the early XX century, Albanian nationalist leaders offered Bulgaria to jointly rout Serbia and to have the border between Bulgaria an Albania pass across Macedonia. These days, one gets the impression that Macedonians are deciding on which side of the border to remain.

The June 1 snap parliamentary elections in Macedonia took place amid unprecedented outbursts of Albanian extremists‘ violence. Even Brussels had to express its “disappointment”, though a EU police mission has been deployed in Macedonia already for several years.

As for Serbia, the political situation in it is unstable. Dimitrij Rupel says that “the progressive forces” are leading in Serbia and its population regards the EU as a friend, but this is not what public opinion surveys actually indicate. Over 2/3 of Serbs do not agree to sacrifice Kosovo for a EU membership. The country has been unable to form a viable government for the two months after the elections, and the political crisis is bound to continue. The newly born coalition of Tadic’s democrats and socialists led by Ivica Dačić is a ridiculous undertaking – the party of S. Milosevic forged an alliance with the democrats who overthrew its leader in 2000. Socialists hope to thus return to power, though this time as a minor partner in a coalition. Such a coalition is not going to last long even by Serbian standards.

One has to be totally unaware of what is actually going on in the Balkan region to project a resolution of the Yugoslavian crisis in a foreseeable future. Since this is clearly not true of Dimitrij Rupel, he must be simply following the political instructions issued by Brussels bureaucrats.

What can the instructions be? The strange connivance at the activity of Albanian extremists in Kosovo and the Muslim paramilitary formations in Macedonia, which is quite unnatural from the standpoint of Europe’s own interests, invokes certain historical parallels. When Nazism was rising in Germany in the mid-1930ies and starting to demand greater territories for the ”Aryan race”, European countries attempted to resolve the problem by appeasing the aggressor. On September 30, 1938 British PM Arthur Neville Chamberlain and French PM Édouard Daladier greenlighted Germany’s annexation of the Sudetes, the areas of Czechoslovakia with large German populations, hoping that this would satisfy Hitler’s appetite for aggression. It is a noteworthy circumstance that, having visited Hitler in his retreat at Berchtesgaden on September 15, 1938, Chamberlain agreed that the transfer of the Sudetes had to take place after a plebiscite, that is, on the basis of the right of nations to self-determination. He elaborated further on the concept in London on September 18 during the consultations with his French counterpart. Great Britain and France concluded that the territories had to be allocated to Germany since their population was more than 50% German.

Poland actively joined the process of partitioning Czechoslovakia. Already on October 1, 1938 it claimed Teschen Silesia, but in less than a year Poland itself fell victim to Germany which was getting increasingly bold due to the inaction of the West…

Hearing how these days European capitals call for “meeting the legitimate demands of the Albanians” of Kosovo, Macedonia, and the southern regions of Serbia and listening how the US puppeteers and their Balkan puppets promise that the independence of Kosovo will make it possible to turn the last page of the Yugoslavian crisis, one simply can’t help recalling the 1939 Munich Conference which legitimized the partition of Czechoslovakia.

A countryman of Daladier, President of the French Senate’s Commission for Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Armed Forces Josselin de Rohan-Chabot said in a recent interview that since 90% of the Kosovo population are ethnic Albanians it is impossible to keep this territory under the UN protectorate. And a countryman of Chamberlain former Ambassador of Great Britain to Moscow Tony Brenton sent a clear message to Albanian separatists before the Kosovo independence was proclaimed by saying that as Kosovo had been under the auspices of the UN already for eight years, this could not go on indefinitely and if the people wanted independence, it had to be given to them.

Roughly at the same time Nenad Popovic, deputy head of Serbian government’s Coordination Center for South-Serbian Presevo, Medveda, and Bujanova told me that there existed a center coordinating the Albanian extremist activity in Kosovo, Macedonia, South Serbia, and Montenegro. He says that the campaigns launched by Albanian extremists and terrorists in various parts of the Balkan region are synchronous and well-organized, but, unfortunately, the West ignores the peril. In 1938, the West also ignored various perils. Later a great price was paid for this…

The 63rd Serbian Day

www.ckcufm.com — „Monday’s Encounter“ on CKCU 93.1FM — ON AIR on June 30, 2008 at 6:00 P.M. EST– TO HEAR the show after the airing, click to: http://f2.pg.briefcase.yahoo.com/pertep (go to CKCU and pick the show)
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The 63rd Serbian Day, Vidovdan and Canada Day Celebration in Niagara Falls took place from June 27-29, 2008. Thousands of Serbs and friends of Serbs from round the globe visited the St George church ground in Niagara Falls to celebrate Serbian heritage and Vidovdan. Guest seekers at the Serbian Day were: Retired Maj.Gen. Lewis MacKenzie, basketball mega star Vlade Divac and respected journalist Scott Taylor.
In today’s show, Moday’s Encounter brings you speeches by these three distinguished guests.
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Please visit: www.divac.com

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Boba Borojevic, host / producer
E-mail: ckcuboba@yahoo.ca
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Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung (FDP) beginnt ein neues Programm zur Vernetzung neoliberaler Kräfte in ganz Lateinamerika Demokratska stranka nemačke širi svoju mrežu u latinskoj ameriki

Newsletter vom 01.07.2008 – Neoliberale Netze

BERLIN/LA PAZ/ROSARIO (Eigener Bericht) – Die
Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung (FDP) beginnt ein neues Programm zur
Vernetzung neoliberaler Kräfte in ganz Lateinamerika, darunter
Regierungsgegner aus Kuba, Venezuela und Bolivien. Das Online-Projekt,
das am gestrigen Montag gestartet wurde und auf zwei Monate angelegt
ist, richtet sich unter anderem an „liberale politische Anführer und
ihre Aktionsgruppen“. Die Teilnehmer sollen auf die „Lösung aktueller
soziopolitischer und ökonomischer Probleme“ mit neoliberalen
Polit-Methoden vorbereitet werden. Die Naumann-Stiftung kooperiert
dabei mit der „Red Liberal de América Latina“ (RELIAL), einem
kontinentalen Netzwerk von bisher 46 Organisationen aus 17 Staaten,
das sie 2003 selbst gegründet hat. RELIAL propagiert marktliberale
Konzepte und steht damit in offener Opposition vor allem zu den
Regierungen in Caracas und La Paz, die derartige Modelle ablehnen.
Besonderen Konfliktstoff birgt die Unterstützung bolivianischer und
venezolanischer Sezessionsbewegungen durch RELIAL-Mitglieder. Die
Naumann-Stiftung, die sich aus Mitteln des deutschen Staatshaushalts
finanziert, provoziert mit ihren Aktivitäten inzwischen öffentliche
Proteste in Lateinamerika.

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