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A Curious Analogy – Coronavirus Misrepresentations Follow Srebrenica Script
Society
A Curious Analogy – Coronavirus Misrepresentations Follow Srebrenica Script
April 11, 2020

The officially sacralized narratives, both Srebrenica and now Coronavirus, have tested human credulity to the limit. May we ever be allowed to question protected tales, even when under the onslaught of facts they make less and less sense?

New British Documents About Srebrenica: Not Exactly Sensational, but Useful Nevertheless
January 13, 2020

As from time to time has been the case, Western sources have again disclosed some information about Srebrenica in July 1995, which until recently was kept confidential and therefore not available to the public.

New British Documents About Srebrenica: Not Exactly Sensational, but Useful Nevertheless
History
Canadian ‘Srebrenica Genocide Denial Law’: When Even the Truth Is No Defense
Society
Canadian ‘Srebrenica Genocide Denial Law’: When Even the Truth Is No Defense
June 9, 2019

In the immortal words of Diana Johnstone, the “denial” of Srebrenica “genocide” is sufficiently justified by the fact that it is not true. The Srebrenica lobby and its eager acolytes in Canada’s Federal Parliament in Ottawa should grow up and accept that.

Angelina Jolie and CNN Perpetuate Srebrenica Fake News Narrative
August 1, 2018

“CNNgelina’s” latest addition to the Srebrenica and Balkan faux narrative is the reminder that it’s not just Trump who has the fake news problem, and that it didn’t start with him or his election.

Angelina Jolie and CNN Perpetuate Srebrenica Fake News Narrative
Security
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Could They Possibly Be So Unimaginative?
Could They Possibly Be So Unimaginative?
April 14, 2018

Western policy-makers and their media appendages are devoid of creative imagination. They can do little more than stick to the same, worn-out, constantly recycled templates.

Syria’s New Srebrenica in the Making
March 2, 2018

Dissemination of Srebrenica-evoking imagery may confidently be expected in the coming days as the Syrian Army proceeds to clear East Ghouta of its terrorist occupiers, writes Stephen Karganovic.

Syria’s New Srebrenica in the Making
Security
«War in the Balkans» – the Memoirs of a Portugese Peacekeeper (II)
World
«War in the Balkans» – the Memoirs of a Portugese Peacekeeper (II)
July 9, 2017

…In contrast to the fanciful tales of a bevy of dubious «experts», false witnesses, and outright propagandists, General Martins Branco reports facts as they were observed or collected by intelligence and other sources in the field. That information made its way through official channels to his desk in Zagreb, where the headquarters of the UN Observer Mission was located. Martins Branco’s facts and conclusions are hardly susceptible to off-hand dismissal. Excerpts cited below are on pages 201 – 206 of his memoir.

«War in the Balkans» – the Memoirs of a Portugese Peacekeeper (I)
July 7, 2017

General Carlos Martins Branco is one of the most fascinating (and until quite recently also inaccessible) actors in the Srebrenica controversy. From his Zagreb vantage point as deputy head of the U.N. Protection Force (UNPROFOR) between 1994 and 1996, during the latter phase of the 1990s Yugoslav conflict as it unfolded in Croatia and Bosnian and Herzegovina, this Portuguese officer had privileged access to significant information…

«War in the Balkans» – the Memoirs of a Portugese Peacekeeper (I)
World
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