The Council for the Protection of Rights of Serbs in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina believes that it is sufficient to take a look at the state of the Serbian Orthodox community in the cantons where Bosniaks rule independently for the world to understand why Serbs don’t want a Bosniak-dominated country.

The Council pointed out that in the cantons where Bosniaks are allowed to form a government independently, other peoples stand no chance of survival.

The announcement stated that those are the Sarajevo, Tuzla, Zenica-Doboj, Una-Sana and Bosnian-Podrinje Cantons, as well as 59% of the Central Bosnia Canton.

The Council claims that the territory of these six cantons is a home base for the policy that can be considered as a Bosniak policy.

There were 592 neighborhoods and towns with a Serb majority in those areas in 1991, the Council reminded, of which only traces remain today.

“The number of employed Orthodox Christians in these cantons lays bare the entire Bosniak policy. If the Muslim Canton Administration has 325 employees, four of which are Serb, it is clear what would happen to any part of the Serb community if the Great Bosniak Muslim policy, which is the leading cause of all crises in BiH, were to become dominant in the area,” stated the Council.

If someone is imposing their supremacy in numbers and a false history as a basis for recognizing the political demands of the Bosniaks, the Council considers that it is no longer a Bosniak policy, but a Great Bosniak policy.

“Wherever the Muslim Bosniaks are independently creating authorities and policies, there is no place for Orthodox Serbs,” emphasized the Council.

The Council for the Protection of Rights of Serbs reminded that these days the Muslims begin to celebrate the so-called “Defense of Sarajevo” Day, based on a concept that “boys in sneakers defended the city of Sarajevo from the Chetniks”.

“These last few years, the complete truth was revealed about the Green Berets and Patriotic League organizations, which were founded way back in 1990 in the Sarajevo neighborhoods of Vratnik, Širokača and Souk Bunar, where they formed the absolute majority. The Muslim neighborhoods has a well-organized military structure built up by Islamic fundamentalism. For Serbs in those areas, that was the beginning of suffering of epic proportions,” emphasized the Council.

The Council reminds that Orthodox churches and cemeteries were burned and destroyed during the previous war, houses and neighborhoods were razed from the face of the Earth, and land owners were forced to sell their land to Bosniak Muslims at miserably low prices.

In those cantons, they pointed out, Bosniak political parties are forming governments independently and there is no chance for any Serb political parties to participate in government, since the so-called Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina banished Serbs from those areas, except, as they say, token Serbs that can be counted on the fingers of one hand, and serve the purpose of blurring the picture shown to the international community.

Those areas, the Council says, have a nearly completely ethnically pure country structure, built for Bosniaks, based on the Islamic Declaration, celebrating Ustasha leaders such as Avdaga Hadžić, Mustafa Busuladžić. Ademaga Mešić, Osman and Džafer Kulenović, and other ministers and generals in the Independent State of Croatia.