Banned From Canadistan by Srdja Trifkovic February 25th, 2011

On Thursday, March 24, I was denied entry to Canada. After six hours’ detention
and sporadic interrogation at Vancouver airport I was escorted to the next
flight to Seattle. It turns out I am “inadmissible on grounds of violating human
or international rights for being a proscribed senior official in the service of
a government that, in the opinion of the minister, engages or has engaged in
terrorism, systematic or gross human rights violations, or genocide, a war crime
or a crime against humanity within the meaning of subsections 6 (3) to (5) of
the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act.”
It appears that my contacts with the Bosnian Serb leaders in the early nineties
make me “inadmissible” today. As it happens I was never one of their officials,
“senior” or otherwise, but the story has been told often enough (most recently
in one of my witness testimonies at The Hague War Crimes Tribunal). The
immigration officer at Vancouver decided that what was good for The Hague was
not good enough for Canada; but her decision evidently had been written
somewhere else by someone else well before my arrival. (She was so out of her
depth that she asked me if President Vojislav Koštunica had been indicted for
war crimes.)
I’ve visited Canada some two dozen times since the Bosnian war ended;
ironically, one of those visits, in February 2000, was to provide expert
testimony before the Canadian House of Commons in Ottawa. Why should the
Canadian authorities suddenly decide to keep me out of the country now, and for
transparently spurious reasons? Well, because the Muslims told them so. The
campaign started when a Bosnian-Muslim propaganda front, calling itself The
Institute for Research of Genocide of Canada, demanded to have me “banned” from
speaking at the University of British Columbia on February 24. The ensuing
campaign soon escalated into demands to keep me out of Canada altogether. The
authorities have now obliged.
As Ambassador James Bissett noted last week, what is outrageous is that, over
the years, this “Institute” has indulged in the denial of a real genocide in the
former Yugoslavia. It has also attempted to blacken the reputation of one of
Canada’s most highly respected soldiers by posting (last December 26) “The
Shocking Account by Raped Bosniak Women and Criminal Undertakings of Lt. General
(Ret.) Lewis Mackenzie”:
During the war in Bosnia, the Muslim leadership in Sarajevo became furious when
General Mackenzie—who was representing the UN—was not deceived (as many
journalists were) by the blatant propaganda generated by the Muslim side and by
his insistence at remaining impartial. In an attempt to have him replaced, the
Muslims concocted false charges of rape and misconduct against him. These
charges were so obviously fabricated they were summarily dismissed by
responsible authorities. As the general was able to prove, he was not even in
Bosnia when many of the alleged offences took place. Despite the facts, the
“Genocide Institute” continues to slander the good name of General Mackenzie.
Its web site contains a long list of so-called rape victims who relate in lurid
detail how they were raped … by the Canadian officer. They even claim that
during some of these rapes the general was “protected ‘– not by UN troops but by
heavily armed “Chetniks.” The stories are so obviously fabricated that to those
who know the General personally—as I do—can only wonder at the seriously
psychotic nature of individuals who would repeat these lunatic charges.
General Mackenzie is a Canadian so he cannot be deemed “inadmissible,” but who
knows what unpleasantness could await him upon arriving in another country with
a powerful Muslim lobby. Extradition for trial in Sarajevo? A long and arduous
legal battle to prevent such outcome?
Let it be noted that the “Institute for Research of Genocide of Canada” uses for
itself the acronym “IRGC.” That acronym is more commonly associated with the
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. While conceivably accidental, the coincidence
is not altogether inapt. The Canadians will learn, in the fulness of time, the
price of kowtowing to these people’s demands. They will become less free with
each act of surrender, and the demands will have no

Srdja Trifkovic, author of Sword of the Prophet, barred from Canada
Palestinian jihadists‘ fabrications of Israeli atrocities are amply  documented
now, although the mainstream media still retail them; less  well known is that
the jihad in the Balkans also has a busy propaganda  arm. Dr. Srdja Trifkovic,
author of the excellent book on Islam and  jihad, The Sword of the Prophet,  ran
afoul of it yesterday, as he was barred from entering Canada. The  Serbian Youth
League (thanks to George) explains this latest Freedom of  Speech Death Watch
February 24, 2011 (SYL) – Serbian-American professor Dr  Srdja Trifkovic was
denied access into Canada after being accused of  holding a senior position in
the Government of Republika Srpska during  the Bosnian war by the Vancouver
airport immigration authorities. Srdja,  who was a foreign affairs expert with
links in the Bosnian Serb  Government, never held any position in that
Government, let alone a  senior one. The fabricated reason for deportation was
likely the result  of lobbying by the extremist organization „The Institute for
Research of  Genocide in Canada“, which is notorious for inventing stories, such
as  the disproven lie that Canadian General MacKenzie raped a Bosnian woman  at
a time when he wasn’t even in Bosnia, as well as denying the  Holocaust in
Yugoslavia during World War II. Also, there are strong  indications that higher
factors in the Canadian government are involved  in this scandalous and dark
chapter in Canadian history, the  investigation is under way.
Jihad Watch reader Joe Serb sent this in:
Srdja Trifkovic was scheduled to speak at a Serb-sponsored  gathering at the
University of British Columbia. About 60 of us waited  outside of Room 222,
Swing Space Bldg last night, only to hear that  Prof. Trifkovic had been stopped
at the airport, and was under  questioning for his ideas. He writes on the
Muslim danger to Europe and  the world.  I witnessed a small group of Muslims
celebrating the delay,  which was likely a cancellation (I waited for 45 minutes
after the start  date, but most left when we learned that the Professor was
still in  custody. He was accused of „hate speech“ in a student newspaper.
I strongly believe that we have to reply energetically to all such  charges; the
„hate speech“ weapon is increasingly used by the thuggish  Leftist/Islamic
supremacist axis to silence its opponents, and if we  ignore the false charges
made, they will be assumed true by those who  are naive and unaware of what game
is being played.

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