Thursday, December 4, 2008


Zbog toga sto su ucestvovali u podjeli Bosne i Hercegovine, zajedno sa agresorima i nasim izdajnicima, Clintonov klan bi trebao biti kaznjen.

Slijedece internacionlano izdanje Glasnika je nas skromni doprinos borbi protiv Clintonovih ukljucujuci njihovog surogata Holbruka, na njihovom terenu, u Amerckim izborima.

Distribuirajte na americke medije donje priloge u kojima se objasnjava zlocin kojega je Clintonov klan napravio u Bosni i Hercegovini.


National Congress of the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina


No. 545

April 28, 2008



2. Clinton’s envoy Holbrook with perpetrators of genocide in Bosnia

3. Hitchens is raising crucial issues

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For his personal gains, Clinton rewarded the aggressors and punished the victims of genocide in Bosnia with the Dayton Agreement.

The price for "peace in Bosnia" achieved by the Clinton administration in Dayton in 1995 before his reelection was too high for the victims of genocide. Against the principles of the international law, the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, a member nation of the UN and a victim of aggression and genocide, was divided into two states (so-called entities). One of the two states "Republika Srpska" was created on the 49% of the ethnically cleansed Bosnian territory, awarding the perpetrators of the war crimes, aggression, and genocide in Srebrenica with their own state.

The genocide committed in Srebrenica was the foundation on which “Republika Srpska” was created. The Dayton Agreement created by the Clinton administration was sold to the public as the peace agreement. However, the reality was that the Clinton Administration used the genocide to black-mail and force the victims to accept the division of the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina as outlined in the Dayton Agreement. This was completed against the principles of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment for the Crime of Genocide and other international treaties.

Clinton knew this very well but went ahead with the Dayton Agreement for his own political gains. In 1992, Clinton criticized George Bush senior for not doing enough in Bosnia. The Dayton Agreement was signed just in time before Clinton’s re-election campaign with the aim to remove reports of genocide in Srebrenica and Bosnia from the news. With Dayton Agreement signed, Clinton kept his promise to bring “peace” to Bosnia, even if it was to be done at the expense of the victims of genocide.

On February 26, 2007, the International Court of Justice in its legally binding judgment in the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Serbia and Montenegro ruled that genocide was committed in Srebrenica against the people of Srebrenica and against Bosniaks of the entire East Region of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Podrinje). The ruling states that the genocide was committed by the government and institutions of “Republika Srpska”, specifically the Army (VRS) and Police (MUP) of ”Republika Srpska” - the same “Republika Srpska” to whom the Clinton-sponsored Dayton Agreement awarded the territory on which it committed the genocide and ethnic cleansing.

Under the Dayton Agreement, the unlawful governing power over the victims of genocide in the Municipality of Srebrenica was put into the hands of those who committed the genocide. After the genocide in Srebrenica, the Municipality of Srebrenica was illegally (with genocide) removed from jurisdiction of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and illegally placed under the jurisdiction of the genocidal entity “Republika Srpska.” There are no legal provisions under the international law nor customary laws that can be used as bases to forcefully transfer the local self-governing municipality from one to another jurisdiction against the will of its people. People of Srebrenica were deprived of their will through genocide. Clinton knew this very well and he sponsored the Dayton Agreement anyway for his personal gain.

From the beginning of the aggression and genocide on the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in April 1992 until February 1993, the legitimate defense forces of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Srebrenica successfully resisted the aggression from Serbia and Montenegro (the rump Yugoslavia). In that period, it is estimated that about 1,800 residents of Srebrenica, mostly civilians, died as victims of systematic aggression. Subsequent to a major offensive carried out by three corps of the Yugoslav Peoples Army (JNA) at the beginning of March 1993, UNPROFOR forces came to Srebrenica. The UN Security Council adopted Resolution S/RES/819 by which Srebrenica was proclaimed a UN Protected Zone (so called “Safe Haven”), and at the same time a demilitarization agreement was signed. Unfortunately demilitarization practically meant the disarming of the defenders of Srebrenica, and not the forces of the aggressor. The direct result of disarming Srebrenica is that in July 1995, the people seeking protection in the UNPROFOR compounds were handed over to the Serbs, making Srebrenica the largest killing site in Europe since World War II, where about 8,500 men, women, and children were brutally murdered.

Had Bosnians not been trusting Clinton, the genocide in Srebrenica would not have happened. Bosnians laid down their weapons because they believed in Clinton’s assurances that NATO would protect them in Srebrenica “safe haven”. Otherwise they would have fought with their weapons for their survival and survival of their families. Serbs would have never been able to round up tens of thousands and commit genocide at the level that they did.

Clinton vetoed twice the resolutions of the US Congress to lift the arms embargo on Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina before the fall of Srebrenica and genocide in July 2005, effectively preventing Bosnians to defend themselves and their country.

With friends like Clinton, Bosnia does not need enemies.

Dr. Muhamed Borogovac

2. Clinton’s envoy Holbrook with perpetrators of genocide in Bosnia


3. Hitchens is raising crucial issues


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