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Wednesday, July 05, 2006


Dear Editor,
I was sickened to learn of the release of Naser Oric, the real perpetrator of the Srebrenica massacre & of Serb indignation about this..

The Serbs are absolutely & completly right on this. What Oric did was to carry out repeated attacks on villages around Srebrenica killing thousands of old men women & children (3,800 have been identified by name) since the younger men were away at war. This was genocide, pure & simple . Unlike the alleged later massacre of Oric's soldiers, for which there is virtually no credible evidence Oric's genocide is certain. Not only did NATO's senior general Marrilon testify to this at Milosevic's "trial" but Oric showed journalists videos of him beheading women & children from his very extensive home video collection. This was reported by the Toronto Star & Washington Post but not elsewhere.

Letting this genocidal creature go merely demonstrates, if there was ever any doubt, that the "war crimes tribunal" is a wholly completely & absolutely corrupt & racist propaganda instrument of a wholly completely & absolutely corrupt & racist & genocidal NATO.

By comparison the later alleged "Srebrenica massacre" of Oric's Moslem "warriors" which, unlike the primary genocide, has been massively hyped by the western media is certainly in part & probably wholly, a deliberate propaganda "big lie" (to quote Goebbels). What goes unreported is that the bodies were found near the sites of Oric's genocide & far from where they should have been if they were Moslem bodies & that ,despite massive DNA testing of them against Moslem records (but not Serb), they have overwhelming proven "unidentifiable" Add that to the statement of the ranking NATO officer at Srebrenica, Captain Schouten that " If executions have taken place, the Serbs have been hiding it damn well. Thus, I don’t believe any of it. The day after the collapse of Srebrenica, July 13, I arrived in Bratunac and stayed there for eight days. I was able to go wherever I wanted to. I was granted all possible assistance; nowhere was I stopped."

NATO & their semi-judical hirelings have deliberately released the real author of the Srebrenica massacre because they know that the propaganda lie they have told, & the press & TV have dutifully sold, for over a decade could not survive a conviction of this Nazi war criminal.

As regards the sentence- compare it with that of Dusko Tadic, accused of murdering a man's father. Defence counsel brought the alleged deceased into court to testify on his behalf, at which point the prosecution witness admitted to having lied under forceful pressure from the Bosnian Moslem secret police. Oric got 2 years, Tadic got 20.
This was sent as a reaction to the news that NATO's Nazis have decided, after due consideration, that Naser Oric, the author of what nobody not even NATO disputes was the primary genocide at Srebrenica (& probably the only one) has been released. This was reported by the Scotsman in a minor piece to which I & a couple of others added comments in a disapprving vein (one of whom, John, commented on his own blog & clearly knows some background. Very few other papers did so though the racist filth of the BBC did online only & exercising the normal nazi censroship on what he actually did.

This went to newspapers around the UK & world. It hasn't been published by the Herald, Svcotsman, Inie or Times & I suspect others will exercise the same racist censorship. Of course the entire edifice of NATO lies over Srebrenica would fall apart if Oric's genocide was reported. We may expect the same for Gotovina, the nominal commander (US officers were the real commanders) of the Krajina Holocaust.


thanks for the mention and link!


You speak of Daniel from "Srebrenica Genocide blogspot" don't you?

I know this online guy well. He visits my blog all the time with his B/S view. Its guys like him that will cause more conflict in my opinion.

And yes, I would bet you anything that he and his like are opening cheap bottles of champagne in cheer!


Scotsman also ran an article almost exactly a year before the fall which shows how Naser Oric ran things in Srebrenica.

The Scotsman July 13, 1994, Wednesday

Brutally betrayed by trusted protectors

BRUNO BELOFF hears a teenage Bosnian tell how she was raped - by Muslim
soldiers, not Serbs

THIS is the story of a girl who was raped in the midst of a civil
war, not by her enemies, but by men who claimed to protect her.

The brutality of the conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina has been measured over
the last two bloodstained years by death and rape - rape as a military tactic
for terror and control.

Now, in the chaos and lawlessness of the Muslim enclaves in southern Bosnia,
allegations of the same crime are emerging.

Only a few survivors have so far been able to testify to such behaviour.

One is Vehida Dedic who says she was raped and beaten by a gang of men led
by the Bosnian Muslim commander of Srebrenica, Naser Oric, then rejected in
her own town with no-one to turn to.

For her, crossing the lines into the hands of the Serb army which was
shelling the people around her, was the only means of escape.

A rotund, gentle, elderly man, a lawyer from Belgrade, sits in the cramped,
dusty office of a disused factory in the Bosnian Serb town of Bratunac.

Opposite him is a tall, thick-set young Serb soldier, toying with a handgun,
slumped in a chair.

A diminutive 15-year-old girl enters and the two men stiffen.

They each know why she is here.

The soldier is the girl's temporary warder.

She is, after all, an object of some curiosity in Bratunac: an infiltrator
from across the nearby frontline.

The lawyer is present to take a statement for Yugoslavia's own war crimes

Vehida Dedic, visibly in pain and with one side of her face swollen by
toothache, tells her story.

"I was desperate. I realised that I couldn't live there any more and was
thinking of committing suicide."

As fighting spread across Bosnia-Herzegovina, Vehida and her family had fled
from their village of Pobudje to the nearby Muslim enclave of Srebrenica.

Vehida, initially in makeshift refugee accommodation, found space in a house
in the centre of Srebrenica.

It was there that she met the town's commander.

"Every second evening or so, Naser Oric used to come, usually with a
different woman. He was always followed into the house by three Muslim
soldiers. "On the March 27, they came again.

I made coffee, as the housekeeper told me to.

Then the three soldiers ordered me to another room.

I knew their names: Safet, Serd and Ibro, boys of 20 years.

When I entered the room, the soldiers told me to strip off, lie down on the
bed and have sex with them.

I started protesting.

I tried to free myself.

At one point, I tried to jump through the window; this was upstairs.

Safet caught me and started to beat me on the face and body.

Then all three started to beat me and take off my clothes.

That's how they stripped me naked.

Safet was the first to rape me.

After that, Serd and Ibro raped me as well."

Vehida's quiet, measured voice continues, weakened only by her swollen mouth.

She holds back tears and stares into the lawyer's eyes.

She remains outwardly calm.

"By the end, I was unconscious. I came round before dawn. I realised that
I was alone and naked, and the door of the room was open. The rape started
around eight in the evening. I don't know when they left the room. "At first,
I couldn't stand up.

Then I dressed, and went to find the housekeeper.

When I found her I told her what had happened, but she just laughed at me.

In the morning, Commander Oric came back, so I told him what his comrades
had done to me.

He hit me and swore at me."

Vehida Dedic's only culpability had been to trust those around her.

Now, she says, no-one was there to support her or assist her.

"I went to the Muslim police, to complain to them. But when I told them
what happened, they shouted 'Get out of here!' and threw me out of the police
station. 'You have complained to Naser,' they said. 'If he didn't help you,
nobody can!"' Naser Oric, the 24-year-old army commander of Srebrenica, first
came to prominence in March, 1993.

At that time, the charismatic UNPROFOR General, Philippe Morillon, demanded
that, if the town was to become a "safe area", Naser Oric must hand over his

Oric dismissed the demand and halted the evacuation of the town's women and

Faced with angry demonstrations as the townsfolk stampeded on to UN trucks,
Oric said he would "screw up" the convoys, preferring a human shield of 9,000
civilians for Srebrenica's 8,000 fighters.

Vehida Dedic's public ignominy meant no future for her in Srebrenica.

Escape seemed the best option.

Vehida persuaded a friend, Serifa, to accompany her on the five-mile walk
across the frontline, to Bratunac.

But by this time, under Oric's instructions and with the active compliance
of the UN, Srebrenica had effectively become a prison

The girls' walk was potentially suicidal.

"The only way out was down the main road from Srebrenica to Bratunac. If we
went into the hills, someone could have shot us. There were Muslim positions
there. So we went down the street. "Myself and Serifa walked out from

But, when we came to the UN guards, they prevented us from going on and told
us that they would shoot at us.

They were very short with us.

They ordered us to go back to Srebrenica ...

but we didn't want to go.

"So we crossed a stream about five kilometres from the UN post and went on
our way to Serbian territory ... "At about half past twelve a Serb soldier saw
us and beckoned.

Then we saw that we were in the middle of a minefield.

We asked the soldier to come and take us out ...

so that we didn't step on a mine.

He came and took us to the Serb guns.

The Serb soldiers gave us food.

Then they took us to Bratunac by car.

Sarifa was taken to hospital, she was pregnant."

The lawyer completes his notes.

The statement is concluded.

But what now will happen to Vehida? "In no way would I ever go back to
Srebrenica ... I want, if I can, to stay here and live in Bratunac. But if
they won't let me, I'll go on, to Valjevo, to see my grandmother ... she's
called Dessa Mehmedovic."

But no-one knew if Dessa Mehmedovic was still alive.

Survivor: Vehida Dedic, 15, has testified that Muslim soldiers raped her

Copyright 1994 The Scotsman Publications Ltd.
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