We all know that Serbs are those innovative fighters who manages to both fight a civil war and at the same time still find some spare moments to commit 60 000 rapes in Bosnia! We all know this because that’s what our beloved and trusted media tells us, that’s what our government tells us. As if they had billions of dollars of reasons to lie to us…yeah right…conspiracy theorists
Of course everything is true, if big daddy says so then that’s how it is…..
However, there are some things Big-daddy just happened to forget to tell us… that’s not a lie.. its just temporary memory loss, happens all the time, no big deal.
One of those things might be the very fact that “60,000 Bosnian women” were never raped but that the idea to that story comes from #S24491, the only document on rape submitted to the United Nations throughout this conflict. That document contains the video taped depositions of 800 Serbian rape victims who identified their perpetrators...not one has been indicted. A few weeks after this document appeared, the stories started to bombard the world of how Serbs are busy raping Muslim women. All of a sudden there are victims all over the place ready to testify of these rapes. One of those victims, a young and from the rapes, pregnant Muslim woman, heavily exposed in all the world media for many weeks. The world was informed in detail about the rape hunger of the Serbian mind. And then all of a sudden, the media just stopped informing us about this young woman. Turns out that she gave birth to a beautiful BLACK baby….. Mainstream Media?... = no comment..
When only facts are taken into consideration, it turns out that rapes indeed have occurred, made by Muslims, Serbs, Croats and others against innocent women. In total some 2000 cases through out the civil war. Disgusting crimes, but nothing close to what has been suggested and printed into our minds.
Oh, and by the way, we all also know that in Bosnia & Hercegovina, the Muslims are absolutely innocent of everything, poor and innocent. In fact they are so poor that they just have no other choice but to raid Serb villages and slaughter the Serbs in order to steal the food. They are so poor that they are forced to cut of the heads of Serbs so that they can use it to play football. And that’s all fine because the Serbs in those villages are all aggressors anyway… They sit there in their Serb villages for hundreds of years, maybe thousands and give birth to Cetnik after Cetnik. But they sit there aggressively…….they are the aggressors.. there is no doubt about that…
One of the Muslims who only defended himself against these aggressive Serbs, is Naser Oric, Commander of the defenseless 7000-8000 armed Bosnian Muslim Army in Srebrenica…
When we took that group captured in Zalazje from [Srebrenica] prison to take them back toward Zalazje, and when the slaying began, [Srebrenica judge] Slobodan Ilic came into my hands. I climbed on his chest. He was bearded and hairy like an animal. He looked at me without saying a word. I took out the bayonet and jabbed it straight into one eye, and then turned it back and forth. He didn’t let a single sound out. Then I hit him with the knife in the other eye…I couldn’t believe he’s not reacting. Frankly, that’s when I got scared for the first time, so I cut his throat right after that.
– Naser Oric, relating the story of the first Serb he killed by his own hand, to Ibran Mustafic, wartime Bosnian MP and then President of the Executive Board of Srebrenica Municipal Assembly. (From Mustafic’s book Planned Chaos, named for Srebrenica.)
One day Naser Oric and his nice innocent Muslims had to attack the village of Jezestica. When Oric and his men finnished defending themselves in that village, they were forced to cut off the head of Andjelko Mladjenovic, simply because they were poor and innocent..
p. 218–219: The chapter “Refugees, plunder, murder” presents a panoramic view of the horrific conditions in Srebrenica under Moslem rule. The quote that follows refers to some specific malefactors and their crimes: “After the attack on [Serbian village] Jezestica, Kemo brought a severed head in a sack with which he frightened people in Srebrenica. He used it also to intimidate hospital personnel. I do not know this for certain, but it is said that he was involved in the liquidation of Bata and his mother from Srebrenica. Their screams, it was said, were frightful.”
(From Mustafic’s book Planned Chaos) Ibran Mustafic, wartime Bosnian MP and then President of the Executive Board of Srebrenica Municipal Assembly.
JEZESTICA (commune of Bratunac), one of the larger purely Serb villages in this region (502 inhabitants of Serb nationality). The village was attacked on August 8, 1992. On that occasion fire was set to 55 Serb houses and nine villagers were killed:
- Vojin ([father's name] Rade) Bogicevic ([born in] 1929),
- Andjelko (Ljubomir) Mladjenovic (1965) body buried without the head, which was cut off and taken away by the attackers,
- Dragan (Ljubomir) Hladjenovic (1960),
- [woman] Savka (Obren) Hladjenovic (1931),
- Sreten (Milos) Rankovic (1962),
- Milan (Vlado) Rankovic (1935),
- [woman] Savka (Nedeljko) Stjepenovic (1951),
- [73 years old man] Milosav (Obrad) Stjepanovic (1919)
- and Srbo (Savan) Djuric (1944).
The larger part of the village was plundered and burned.
The second attack on this same village, i.e. on its remaining hamlets, took place on January 7 (on Christmas), 1993, when the following were killed:
- Radomir (Vujadin) Jovanovic (1959),
- Bosko (Mika) Djukanovic (1928),
- [woman] Nevenka (Risto) Djuksnovic (1946),
- Ivan (Vlado) Djukanovic (1954)
- and Krsto (Vlado) Djukanovic.
Among the attackers the villagers recognized: Enver Alispahic, Hamdija Alispahic, Humin Adenovic, Bekto Kanenica, Dzemail Kamenica, Avdo Kamenica, Ramiz Kamenca, Munib Kamenica, Kemal Hehmedovic "Kemo" and Huso Zukic and Mustafa Zukic:
Rade Stjepanovic and Rajko Jovanovic testify about the attacks on the village (statements enclosed).
STATEMENT. GIVEN BY RADE STJEPANOVIC ON THE ATTACK ON THE VILLAGE OF JEZESTICA ON AUGUST 8, 1992
Jezestica is one of the largest Serb villages in the commune of Bratunac; along its entire length from the east to the southwest it borders on the Moslem villages of the commune of Srebrenica and with Mt. Buljim, and in the plains with the asphalt road Bratunac-Kravica.
Due to such a position, Jezestica is an important strategic place which was attacked also in WW II. Then too, fifty years ago, the Turks, those loyal neighbours, burned the village to the ground and in one single day killed and massacred 182 innocent people, mostly children. It is positively known that the main leader and butcher was Bekto Kamenica.
And now again, on August 8, fifty years later, but now Bekto's sons and grandsons, Munib, Ramiz and Dzemal, and their relatives Enver and Hamdija Alispahic, Mustafa and Juso Djukic and their sons and other Ustashi butchers committed an unheard-of crime.
They killed Savka Mladjenovic and her two sons Dragan, born in 1962 and Andjelko born in 1966, on their doorstep, and while Andjelko was lying wounded the Turks cut off his head, just because he was a Serb and had a nice black beard. His mother and brother helplessly looked on, themselves severely wounded by Turkish knives. The other innocent victims are Vojin Bogicevic, who courageously and resolutely fought on despite profuse bleeding and who succumbed to the wounds in spite of timely aid, Milosav and Savka Stjepanovic, Milan and Sreten Rankovic; Drago Djuric got minor wounds and two, seriously wounded combatants Srbo Djuric and Radomir Djokic, are in hospital in Belgrade.
In addition to such a horrendous crime the Turks set fire to 54 houses and all the auxiliary buildings, took away large quantities of food, some 15 cows, several horses and several flocks of sheep.
The attack on the village of Jezestica started at 12 noon by a lightning-quick and minutely planned action of the Ustashi, who from the nearby hill dividing the village into two parts, showered us with shells and fire from machine guns. They covered their men entering the village well by shooting on our positions. The fighting was fierce, chest to chest. They were many in numbers and advanced as madmen and wild beasts, disregarding their losses and only pursuing their aim to destroy the village and loot it. When we saw that an encirclement of a large number of Ustashi was tightening around us we had to retreat to another hill behind us where we waited for help which, regrettably, came only after ninety minutes. Only then we launched a major charge and quickly pushed the Ustashi back, and they ran away leaving both their loot and victims behind. Only then could we get to our wounded and dead. Then we found the horrendous picture of the two dead brothers Dragan and Andjelko and their mother Savka Andjelkovic. The Ustashi had cut Andjelko's head off only because he had a beard. Then we found the dead bodies of Milosav and [woman] Savka Stjepanovic, Vojin Bogicevic, Milan and Sreten Rankovic, and Srbo Djuric and Radomir Djokic who were severely wounded and Drago Djuric who had minor wounds.
Bratunac, August 30,1992 ([Witness] Rade Stjepanovic)
S T A T E M E N T
by Rajko Jovanovic from Jezestica on the attack on his village by Moslem armed forces on August 8, 1992
My name is Rajko Jovanovic, my father' s name is Milovan and I was born in 1932 in the purely Serb village of Jezestica I lived from birth up to August 8, 1992 when the vilage was burnt down by Ustashi units. Until that day or rather until about April of that year, all the villagers had quite good relations with the population of the neighbouring villages of Srebrenica commune, i.e. the villages of Jaglici, Brezova Njiva, Susnjari and Babuljice. JeZestica belongs to Bratunac commune. Until April we were good neighbours as we had managed to rebuild our mutual relations after World War II when my village had also been burnt down by the Ustashis from the neighbouring Moslem villages I have already mentioned.
In the last war, the worst criminals, the killers and arsonists were members of the Kamenica family led by Bekto Kamenica and members of the Alispahic family. A particularly interesting case is that of the Zukic family because in the last war Muharem Zukic was one of the commanders in Jezestica who fled to Bijeljina and changed his name to Nukic. After some time he returned to the village of Brezova Njiva and became Zukic again. However, on August 8, 1992 it was as if history has repeating itself because the members of the same families again led the bloodthirsty Ustashi unit of some 200 men who attacked Jezestica around noon. There were about 150 civilians in the village at the time and about a dozen men under arms to defend the village. The Ustashis launched their attack from behind, that is from the direction of Kravica going downstream where we had not expected them and they started their fierce attack by throwing a hand grenade at the house of Dragan Mladjenovic wounding him and killing his brother Andjelko. They also wounded their mother Savka Mladjenovic. The group responsible for this attack included the nephews of Bekto Kamenica, Munib, Ramiz and Dzemail, the sons of Idriz Kamenica from Jaglici. Then there was his son Avdo and the sons of Omer Alispahic from Jaglib as well as the twins of Hamdija Alispahic also from Jaglic, I saw them and I know them well, only I am not sure of their names but I know whose children they are.
All of them together tortured Dragan Mladjenovic hitting him with the handle of an ax, finally breaking his skull until he passed away, they fired another shot at [woman] Savka and they cut off Andjelko's head and took it with them screaming and yelling in perverse satisfaction. I watched all this from my hiding place in the woods about 40 meters away so that I saw it all, I also recognized their voices when they called us by name to come out of hiding so they could kill us all.
I know that another four people from Jezestica were killed that same day, i.e. Srecko and Milan Rankovis, Milosav and Savka Stjepanovis, Vojin Bogicivic and some were wounded like Srbo Djuric who passed away on the way to the hospital. After that first attack and massacre the plunder started, first of food and everything else of value, the livestock and then they set fire to everything around them, I think some 55 houses in all. This went on until help came after an hour or two when they withdrew and we had to go to Bratunac to look for shelter as our houses had been burnt down, our property plundered so that we were left with nothing. I am still a refugee.
I am making this statement of my own free will as testimony of the crimes committed against the inhabitants of Jezestica and I am prepared to repeat this before any body or organization in this country or abroad.
Bratunac, August 16, 1992 Signed: Rajko Jovanovic
(Den Galna Serben)
Source: Nezavisne / Srpska Mreza / Pecat