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Wednesday, March 14, 2007


The Scotsman today had an article on the Srebrenica bodies. I eleterd a coiple of comments, #s 7 & 13 which have been deleted.

7 - said that the main article had made no mention of the murder by Naser Oric, Moslem commander in Srebrenica, of 3,870 identified Serb civilians> I also pointed out that the Scotsman's figure of 4,000 bodies having been found was untrue, which it is & that the true figure was a bit over 2,000. Moreover that the bodies found were mainly near the site of Oric's genocide. Finally that the massacre claim which originated with our Moslem Nazi ally Izetbegovic had at first ben that none of the 7,500 Srebrenica militia had survived. It is now known that at least 7,000 of them did (& the garrison retroactively increased to 15,000). This must place doubt on whether the alleged massacre of 7000/8000/11000 militia actually happened.

This has been deleted though replies have been allowed to stand. One saying that I was relying on a Serb source. One that whether there are 2,000 or 4,000 bodies doesn't matter.

I replied #7 - that one of the very many sources for the primary massacre was NATO General Marillon who restified to it in the Milosevic "trial" & obviously not a Serb. To the other I pointed out that the discovery of 2 thousand bodies is roughly what one might expect in a genocide of 3870 people but not of 7000-11000. I also asked that if the figure is wrong complaints should be directed at the Scotsman not me.

On checking for further replies I was astonished to see that I had been censored. I have long known that no newspaper, apart from the Morning Star, will publish letters on this but have always considered online comments unlikely to be censored. I have put up this further reply & will see if it lasts.
I very much regret that the Scotsman has decided to censor any factual discussion which would appear to contradict our government line.

This is particularly outrageous when they have the KLA representative Valon, who has previously threatened to kill other posters here & this has not entailed deletion.

Mr Boys is wrong on a number of points & has visibly failed to even mention the primary Srbrenica Massacre, that of 3.870 Serb villagers by our Moslem Nazi ally.

This online censorship is a bad thing for freedom & also, I suggest, for the Scotsman.

It is currently still there. In response to an obvious unanimity between the forensic expert" commenting & the KLA representative I have posted #23
The bodies in Kosovo include at least 210 Serbs & allies buried in a mass grave on Dragodan. This grave, which is in the British sector, was filled after we took over.

Mr Boys may be willing to confirm its existence though he will probably, correctly, point out that it is not "officially" a mass grave but 210 individual graves in the same place. Had it been a masss grave it would, legally have been proof of deliberate genocide by the NATO occupiers & their KLA hirelings.

I think this fully indicates the integrity with which this entire "search for justice" has been carried out.

The Scotsman & indeed virtually the entire British media, except the Herald & the Morning Star have, at all times, censored any mention of this massacre comparable to My Lai.


thanks for the e-mail on Mr. Adam Boys so-called "response" to you which is chock full of casuistry/sophistry and lawyer/politician style hodgepodge of dissembling and equivocating nonsense.

Perhaps Mr. Boys should have read the following which I posted on my blog last year in response to one of your posts on the US based Scientific American magazine's use of "junk science" in order to maintain the NATO/Islamist Nazi Big Lie on Srebrenica by relying on the Greater-Albanian pro-KLA Balli Kombetar Fascist-Nazi and Croatian Ustasha Nazi-linked ICMP (International Committee on Missing Persons) propaganda.




you may have also added the fact that the so-called International Committee on Missing Persons (also known as the International Commission on Missing Persons) was created at the behest of the Clinton administration and that its chairman from 1997 to 2001 was none other than former Republican US Presidential candidate in 1996 and former Republican Senator, Bob Dole.

Bob Dole is notorious for his receiving large sums of money from Albanian Americans during the 1980's and 1990's (See ex-Vietnam war veteran, Mr.Benjamin Works' Strategic Issues Research Institute of the United States [SIRI-US] think tank's web site ).

Just type in "Bob Dole" into the search facility.

Here are a couple of good starting points on Bob Dole from the above US think tank:

Or just do this: in Google, type in the following:
"Bob Dole" "Mira Baratta"

If you don't know who Mira Baratta is, well I am not surprised.

Suffice it to say that she is the daughter of a well known Los Angeles based Croatian Ustasha Nazi radio station operator, Mr. Pero Radijelovic, who once boasted that WW2 Croatian Fuehrer, Ante Pavelic, was: "the greatest man in Croatian history".

Ms. Baratta also happens to be the granddaughter of a WW2 Croatian Ustasha Nazi officer (that's right, the Croatian Ustasha - many of whom were Croatian Roman Catholic priests,nuns and monks engaged as death camp commanders at the third largest death camp in WW2 Europe known as Jasenovac)and who, according to German Nazi sources, were responsible for the Holocaust of between 750,000 and 1.2 million Serbs, Jews & Roma peoples in Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina from 1941 to 1945).

Ms. Baratta was, for many years, a staff assistant/aide in former Senator Bob Dole's office and heavily influenced Bob Dole's pro-Croatian and anti-Serbian views.

Incidentally, Wim Kok, whom you mention as former PM of The Netherlands during Naser Oric's anti-Serbian genocide in Srebrenica, just happens to be a board member of the US government elite controlled organization known as the International Crisis Group well known for their staunch support of the al Qaeda and Iranian-backed KLA Islamist Nazis and NATO's terror bombing of civilians in Serbia for 78 days and nights from March to June, 1999 in support of said Islamist Nazis.

For a list of the board members of the ICG, see:

Some of those on the list of members of the ICG are NATO war criminals. They are war criminals because not only did they deliberately kill civilians for 78 days(as they themselves have now admitted)against a sovereign state in violation of the UN Charter, international law - specifically the 1975 Helsinki Accords- and in violation of NATO's very own founding charter, but these Western NATO government war criminals knowingly supported an Islamist Nazi terrorist group of genocidal mass-murdering, drug-running,child sex-slavery racketeering thugs responsible for the "ethnic cleansing" of more than 350,000 Serbs,Jews,Roma and the other 16 ethnic/religious peoples - who once resided in the Kosovo-Metohija province for generations (plus the murder of over 4,000 Serbs and Roma as well as hundreds of Yugoslav oriented Albanians since June 1999) - all of this done under the supervision of NATO/EUFOR troops and UN officials in UNMIK who were - under UN Security Council Resolution 1244 - supposed to be protecting these peoples.

Go figure.

It comes as no surprise that the Clinton administration's and Bob Dole's so-called International Commission on Missing Persons organization forms part of this NATO/EU establishment political elite controlled circuit and Western war criminal members club.

Compare the membership list of the International Crisis Group with the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bilderberg organization, et al.

The same names keep popping up over and over again:Wim Kok, Zbigniew Brzezinski,Morton Abramowitz,Richard Holbrooke, Martti Ahtisaari,Madeleine Albright,George Robertson,George Soros et al.

For Diana Johnstone's article on Morton Abramowitz see:

See also:

For my article recently published on IsraPundit focussing on Zbigniew Brzezinski see:

"Round and 'round the quagmires we go, and up pops one of the same weasels." - Charlie Reese, Syndicated Columnist.


A key role in the joining of the anti-Serb forces was reportedly played by a young aide of Senator Dole, Mira Radievolic Baratta. Within the “small circle of those who monitor U.S. policy toward the Balkans,” The Weekly Standard reported in 1995, “her influence and her expertise are widely recognized.” Richard Perle, an informal Dole adviser who worked on behalf of the Bosnian Muslims at the Dayton peace talks, says that “other than Richard Holbrooke, Baratta has been the most influential individual in shaping U.S. policy.” (13)

Baratta began working for Dole in June 1989 and in May 1995 received the “Award for Excellence in Politics” from the National Federation of Croatian Americans.

In a bastion of ignorance, Baratta easily became the congressional expert on the Balkans. Baratta has “as good an understanding of the Balkans as anyone on Capitol Hill,” The Weekly Standard reported admiringly, adding that “she is probably the only congressional staffer monitoring ex-Yugoslavia who speaks and reads both Croatian and Serbian”–a statement which itself indicates the prevailing ignorance, since Croatian and Serbian are the same language.

Baratta clearly understood the importance of concentrating on the villain–the Serbs–as a better way to influence policy than to try to sell Congress on the Croats. She also advocated the Albanian cause and was publicly credited with getting the Senate to adopt a resolution calling for lifting the arms embargo against the Bosnian Muslims.

Even after leaving politics, Dole continues his support of the Albanian cause. “In articles and TV appearances, Dole has glorified the KLA and vilified the Serbs,” Investor’s Business Daily reported. (14)

Matthew Rees predicted that Baratta would succeed in “climbing the foreign-policy establishment’s greasy pole. Dole advisers such as Perle, Wolfowitz, and Jeane Kirkpatrick are among Baratta’s biggest boosters.” (15)

By a not so strange coincidence, Baratta’s fans include the most hawkish veterans of the Reagan administration. “Many former Reagan officials–U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, Assistant Secretary of State Richard Perle, and Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger–have publicly endorsed sending NATO ground troops to Kosovo.” (16)

Well, pieces fit together showing that all along it has been the ethnic nationalist fascist losers of World War II in Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo who have been exploiting the political process in Germany and the United States. Their goal has been to effect the division of Yugoslavia and the cleansing of Serbian populations from their territories, while purporting that "Greater Serbia" was the menace to European security and not the post-fascist "Greater Croatia" and "Greater Albania."Survivors of the Croat Ustashe movement in southern Germany began their work in the 1960s, but Joseph DioGuardi must be given credit for a sustained campaign to influence Congress beginning in the mid-1970s.

Q: Mr. Secretary, Charlie Aldinger with Reuters. I'd like to ask, I understand, first, that your portfolio is heavily weighted toward Russia, is it not?

Crouch: I have both the -- what we're now calling the Eurasia account, and that pretty much aligns the department with the way both the NSC and the State Department have reorganized themselves under this administration.

And that includes -- that's managed for me by Deputy Assistant Secretary Ms. Mira Baratta, who just came on board this week, as a matter of fact. And that has all the, sort of, country operations: for Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, as well as the former southern Soviet states, in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and the like, and the Caucasus. So, in addition to that, it will also have country desk responsibility for a large percentage of the Balkan states as well. So I have that part and that portfolio.

And then of course the other side of the Russia relationship is really more on the new framework of relations, including our relationship over strategic offensive, strategic defensive force issues, military-to-military issues, and things like that. So most of that, from an OSD perspective, is in my area.

United States Department of Defense News Release

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Media contact: +1 (703) 697-5131

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or +1 (703) 428-0711

No. 396-01



Mira Radielovic Baratta assumed duties as deputy assistant secretary of Defense for Eurasia on Aug. 20, 2001, under the direction of the assistant secretary of Defense for International Security Policy. She is responsible for the development of Defense policy and security relationships with all of the independent states of Eurasia (the former Soviet Union).

She brings to her position fifteen years of experience on national security matters both within the executive branch, as well as the Congress. From 1989-1996, she was U.S. Senate Republican Leader Bob Dole's adviser on arms control and foreign policy and continued in that capacity during his presidential campaign.

Baratta also served as senior adviser to the chairman of the International Commission on Missing Persons in the former Yugoslavia and vice president for programs at Freedom House.

Baratta received her foreign service bachelor of science degree magna cum laude from Georgetown University in 1982. She completed doctoral course-work at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.


...But Brian Mitchell of Investor’s Business Daily has now revealed that Dole has been influenced by a top aide, Mira Baratta, known on Capitol Hill as "a passionate anti-Serb."

Mitchell said Baratta had several family connections to Croatian nationalist causes. For example, her grandfather fought with pro-Nazi Croatian forces in World War II and her father, Peter Radielovic, had been "a public defender of alleged Croatian war criminals."

Bob Dole served his country well in World War II. But it appears that his views on Bosnia and Yugoslavia have been influenced by an aide who has a rather checkered background and a conflict of interest. This is a story that has to be told.


Petar Radielovic

Father of Mrs. Mira Baratta (Croat-American foreign policy adviser to Bob Dole)
he was the director of the "Croatian Information Service," which is based in Arcadia, Calif. He is author of [the] book "Croatia - myths and reality."

Quotes from Mr. Petar Radielovic concerning the Andrija Artukovic debacle of justice that occurred when the Yugoslav government tried to extradite Artukovic in the mid eighties (due to the efforts of Jewish groups - not Serbian groups).

N.Y.T.[New York Times] November 15, 1984, pg. 15

"Petar Radielovic, president of the Croatian Information Service in Arcadia, Calif., dismissed the charges as Communist propaganda.

"'In our eyes they are lies', he said. Whatever killings occurred, he said, were attributable to civil war and were 'not under his jurisdiction.'"

Los Angeles Times January 31, 1985, pg.1

"There was tight security in the U.S. Courthouse as defenders of Artukovic and members of the Jewish community [where in God's name were the Serbs?M.P.] crowded into the small magistrate's court to witness the proceeding.

Outside the courthouse, Irv Rubin, head of the Jewish Defense League, engaged IN A SHOVING AND SHOUTING MATCH WITH PETAR RADIELOVIC, president of the Croatian Information Service.

Rubin denounced Artukovic's supporters as "NAZI PIGS" and hailed Brown's ruling as appropriate justice for Jewish victims of the Holocaust."


For more info on Artukovic, see
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