DID YOU KNOW?  -- Three years before the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide, Serbs torched Bosniak villages and killed at least 3,166 Bosniaks around Srebrenica. In 1993, the UN described the besieged situation in Srebrenica as a "slow-motion process of genocide." In July 1995, Serbs forcibly expelled 25,000 Bosniaks, brutally raped many women and girls, and systematically killed 8,000+ men and boys (DNA confirmed).

26 April, 2010


Only one out of three Serbs supports the Parliament of Serbia's Srebrenica Declaration, the daily Press reported Monday. Quoting a survey by the "Politika" agency, it said that 32.7 per cent of the population in Serbia supports the Declaration on Srebrenica, while 37.5 opposes it. Other 30 per cent were undecided. Note that the "population in Serbia" does not include only Serbs, but also other ethnic groups - Bosniaks, Albanians, Croats, Hungarians, etc. Therefore, the percentage of Serbs who oppose the Srebrenica Declaration is probably more than 90%.
In February 2010, we reported that an
overwhelming majority of Serbs deny the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide. Simply put, Serbia is a sick society and majority of Serbs are infested with an extremely radical type of ultra-nationalism. As a result, Serbs have deliberately chosen to believe in a lie that genocide in Srebrenica did not take place. Nothing new considering that lying and inventing history is, indeed, an overall characteristic of Serbian people.

Take for example Serbian manipulations with respect to the Jasenovac concentration camp. Even today, more than 60 years after Genocide at Jasenovac, Srebrenica Genocide deniers continue to spread inaccurate number of '700,000' Serbs victims of Jasenovac. However, the official number of Serb victims of Jasenovac was 26,170. For example, in 1998, the Bosniak Institute published SFR Yugoslavia's final List of War Victims from the Jasenovac Camp (created in 1992). The list contained the names of 49,602 victims at Jasenovac, including 26,170 Serbs, 8,121 Jews, 5,900 Croats, 1471 Romanies, 787 Bosniaks 6,792 of unidentifiable ethnicity (mostly with Muslim names), and some listed simply as "others". Another list from that institution, naming victims that died between April and November 1944, lists 4,892 names. Now, Belgrade's Genocide Museum, led by late Srebrenica Genocide denier -- Milan Bulajic -- has compiled a list of some 45,000 to 52,000 Serb victims of Jasenovac, which the US Holocaust Museum accepted as accurate (without taking into consideration that this list was compiled by the worst genocide deniers ever). Numbers can be disputed, but one thing is certain -- Jasenovac was Genocide and we don't deny it. But Serbs constantly deny Srebrenica.

However, in World War II Jasenovac was not the only genocide committed on a territory of former Yugoslavia.  Serbian Chetniks were no better or worse than Croatian Ustashas when it came to slaughtering the innocent. The Chetniks, who hunted down and killed Jews, were also busy slaughtering the Bosniak population in Serbia and Bosnia; Chetniks fought for racially pure and ethnically cleansed Greater Serbia. A large segment of Serbian people willingly and deliberately collaborated with Nazis in the World War II. Even today, young generations of Serbian Orthodox clero-fascists (e.g. groups like "OBRAZ") celebrate Chetniks and leaders of Nazi-puppet state of Serbia as heroes (e.g. Milan Nedic). They also believin in lies that Naser Oric committed massacres against the Bosnian Serb 'civilians' around Srebrenica - an allegation proven to be false.

To keep the long story short: Despite its shortcomings, the Declaration on Srebrenica condemned the Srebrenica killings, accepted that genocide occurred in Srebrenica, and apologized to the victims' relatives because Serbia did not do enough to stop them. Almost fifteen years after the genocide, Serbian people still refuse to accept the apology their Parliament narrowly passed. It's a shame, that's all we can say. Serbia is a truly sick society.