Wednesday, April 29, 2009

It's not just land they are trying to steal

Desperate to obtain anything resembling a legitimacy for the so-called "Republic of Kosovo" Albanian separatists and their EU and NATO sponsors have imbarked on a new plundering expedition. This time their prey are the Serbian Orthodox churches and Monastaries as well as history in general.

Well, March 2004 has shown just how much they care about their supposed cultural heritage. That is argument enough to put the entire issue to rest and shut it's initiators up for good. Or rather, it would ne in a sane world...The current governement of Serbia expresses only timid, general reaction and one can rest assured that they will not dare mention Albanian vandalism of 2004.

We need not worry that our people in Kosovo and Metohija will throw these so-called history books in the bin. But word of such actions sponsored by EU officials must reach the general public in order to reveal the true nature of this creation, one that is bent on robbing people not only of their land but of their culture and history. This should be the first and basic step towards thwarting EU propaganda in Serbia and turning the tide of public opinion against it.

Friday, April 24, 2009

What else was left for them?

Gray Falcon has an interesting piece about the mixed marriages in pre-war Bosnia. We were long lead to believe that there was no way there was going to be a war in Bosnia because the three peoples had supposedly lived in harmony as was testified by an alleged large number of people of different ethnic backgrounds marrying(a myth later readily scooped by western globalists in their portrayal of Bosnia as a mulitculutural paradise). As we later learned, the number of those marriages was a bit overblown and they were heavily concentrated in the urban areas of Sarajevo and Banja Luka. In the rural areas and small towns mixed marriages were few and far between and such pratice was generally speaking unheard of in all of Bosnia and Hercegovina before 1945. Not to mention the fact that being in a mixed marriage is no guarantee that a person won't become a national extremist...

The point of this entry is the last paragraph of Gray Falcon's text:

After the war, there were several immigration programs (notably in the U.S. and Canada) favoring mixed-marriage families. Not surprisingly, most people seized the opportunity. There is still some intermarriage in Bosnia. By and large, however, for those who found a mate in a different community it was much more bearable to become Americans, Canadians, or Australians than to be strangers in their own land.

First there is one question that begs asking: if Bosnia and Hercegovina was such a wonderful, harmonious and multicultural place before the war why were mixed-marriage families given priority in immigration? Shouldn't they have been in the forefront of rebuilding the country?

Still, these immigration programs were the right thing albeit for the wrong reasons. Right next to those who were actually killed and their loved ones, mixed marriage families, especially children coming out of those, were the greatest victims of the war. The country they used to live in was unrecognizable after it all ended, most were viewed with suspicion by all three sides. They may have retained their lives but lost their homeland and anything resembling an identity. There was very little option for them but to find another place to live, and start rebuilding from scratch, not only in a material but in spiritual sense as well.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

And he is still in Belgrade

The USA continues to poke Serbia in the eye, this time from the mouth of their ambassador in Belgrade, Cameron Munter, who insists that it will be his country that will file a brief with the International Court of Justice at the Hague in support of the illegal declaration of independence of Kosovo and Metohija.

But in the end, why shouldn't he, when he has on the oppostite side(at least techincally, if not substantially) a governement spineless enough not to even make his post merely a theoretical concept until his country makes certain remedies? I also hope that those who voted for the current ruling coalition in Serbia would at least spare me their false indignation which are frankly worse then Munter's rantings. Be honest with yourselves for once in your life.

Thursday, April 09, 2009

Resentfull? McCain? Who would have thought?

John McCain spent a large part of his campaign trying to woo Hispanic voters with his policies on immigration that were, to say the least, somewhat different then the platform of his party. He also tried to change that platform, and had limited success in such an enterprise, arguing that thus the GOP will capture more Hispanic votes.

Needless to say, this baldrickesque plan failed, as Obama beat McCain in the Hispanic vote by a margin of 2:1. And McCain did not take it all to well, according to this report:

John McCain sounds angry and frustrated that, despite the risks he took in pushing immigration reform, Hispanic voters flocked to Democrat Barack Obama in last year's presidential contest. McCain's raw emotions burst forth recently as he heatedly told Hispanic business leaders that they should now look to Obama, not him, to take the lead on immigration.
"He was angry," one source said. "He was over the top. In some cases, he rolled his eyes a lot. There were portions of the meeting where he was just staring at the ceiling, and he wasn't even listening to us. We came out of the meeting really upset."

McCain's message was obvious, the source continued: After bucking his party on immigration, he had no sympathy for Hispanics who are dissatisfied with President Obama's pace on the issue. "He threw out [the words] 'You people--you people made your choice. You made your choice during the election,' " the source said. "It was almost as if [he was saying] 'You're cut off!' We felt very uncomfortable when we walked away from the meeting because of that."

Well, that's typical John McCain for you, angry, bitter and resentful when things do not go his way. Now that McCain's master plan did not bring the expected results, he feels betrayed and lashes out at those whom he sees as ungrateful. All I can say about the matter is that it couldn't have happened to a nicer guy! For years McCain has been stabbing GOP in the back, consorted with their political oponents, thrashed his party's ideology and for all his troubles he didn't even get a lousy T-shirt!

On a genral note, the issue with McCain's temper is hardly news. Yet, similar to people ignoring worrying signs about Obama, stories of McCain being mentally unfit for the job he sought to undertake were never seriously considered by the voters and the pundits alike. It's amazing just how deficient the two candidates were, as if it was the "may the worse man win" sort of competition. Somebody said last autumn that the 2008 campaign was the one for the worst US president in history. Indeed.

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

We knew that already, but it's good that he admitted

For years holocaust deniers claimed they were simply "dedicated to the truth", that they are solely motivated by "intellectual honesty" and that they bear no ill feelings towards the Jews as such. Well, those of us who knew better have just been vindicated by one of their most prominent spokesmen, Mark Weber. In his latest article he all but admits that the entire holocaust denial enterprise was a ruse in order to achieve a concrete political goal, namely to weaken the alleged "Jewish-Zionist power". Not only that, Weber, albeit using euphemisms, finally comes out with the admission that the holocaust did, in fact, happen. First, he quotes a couple of entries from the Goebbels diaries and then continues:

No informed person disputes that Europe's Jews did, in fact, suffer a great catastrophe during the Second World War. Millions were forced from their homes and deported to brutal internment in crowded ghettos and camps. Jewish communities across Central and Eastern Europe, large and small, were wiped out. Millions lost their lives. When the war ended in 1945, most of the Jews of Germany, Poland, the Netherlands and others countries were gone.

Given all this, it should not be surprising that even well-founded revisionist arguments are often dismissed as heartless quibbling.

Errrm, no Mark...They were dismissed because they consisted of speculation, sophistry and outright falsehoods.

So, now that Weber has seen the light he will withdraw from public light and seek to atone for his misdeeds? Don't bet on it!

Jewish-Zionist power is a palpable reality with harmful consequences for America, the Middle East, and the entire global community. In my view, and as I have repeatedly emphasized, the task of exposing and countering this power is a crucially important one.7 In that effort, Holocaust revisionism cannot play a central role.
Setting straight the historical record about the wartime fate of Europe’s Jews is a worthy endeavor. But there should be no illusions about its social-political relevance. In the real world struggle against Jewish-Zionist power, Holocaust revisionism has proved to be as much a hindrance as a help.

There it is, straight out of the horse's mouth: the real motive behind the actions of Weber and his ilk is indeed their animosity towards the Jews and a wish to do them harm. And if the means is falsifying history while presenting oneself as a supposed "truth-seeker" then so be it. When it comes to Jews all bets are off, Weber's MO is typical that of a pathological antisemite(which we now have the confirmation that he is).

All these years Weber, Irving et al claimed that the holocaust is a hoax. But they were projecting. The only hoax was their so-called movement.