How did we learn from Boris Johnson that the war in Ukraine has spilled over to the faraway Bosnia, and what is the connection between the announced British special operatives and the “Storm” that is looming over Kosovo?

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a bad place for Serbs and the Republic of Srpska — the Serbian Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Milorad Dodik will note bitterly, aware that, thanks to the United States, United Kingdom, Germany and the political Sarajevo, the aforementioned place is equally as bad for all of the people in it. Especially in the circumstances where the front line that separates Russia and the NATO/West — because of which the United Kingdom, per the request and with the support of the NATO, decided to send “military experts” — stretches across Bosnia.

How has the war in the east of Europe “awakened” in Bosnia, whom will the two announced British experts protect, and from what?

London Is the Greatest

As planned, the aforementioned duo of experts will work with the Armed Forces and the NATO in Bosnia and Herzegovina to preserve peace and security in the nation. One of the British experts will be in charge of the “Russian disinformation in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, in order to “stop distrust from spreading and democracy in the country and the region from being undermined”. The other one, a civilian advisor for strategic defense, will be engaged in providing support and training to the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina and working on their close cooperation with the media and institutions to better identify lies and disinformation.

Even though sources in Bosnia and Herzegovina claim that the number of “military experts” from the United Kingdom is somewhere between 1,000 and 2,000, Prime Minister Boris Johnson limited himself to naming two, whose safety in Bosnia and Herzegovina is at least guaranteed — unlike their counterparts who trained the Armed Forces in Ukraine, and were sentenced to death by the Supreme Court of Donbas.

There is someone to welcome the important British persons in Sarajevo, and, in the spirit of the traditional communication of Islamic societies with this empire, drop to their knees and exclaim: “London is the greatest!”.

The Bosniak attachment to the British dates back to the 90s, when Alija Izetbegović, the Young Muslims and the leadership of the Party of Democratic Action opened direct channels of cooperation and communication with the Muslim Brotherhood through London, but, even more importantly, also with the secret services and leading circles in the United Kingdom.

Specialization in England

One of Alija Izetbegović’s close ahbabs and member of the organization Young Muslims, sentenced in a court process in 1983, Ismet Kasumagić, revealed that he, along with Omer Behmen, another convicted Young Muslim, per the request of Alija Izetbegović himself, met with the representatives of the “Muslim Brotherhood during their specialization in England”. That so-called specialization of the Young Muslims in England certainly set the course of many events in the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 90s, where the British and their services had played a key part when it comes to the demonization of Serbs, and then to the obstruction of any possible agreement with the Muslims. That turned out to be disastrous for both nations.

At the meeting with the Muslim Brotherhood from Egypt, Turkey and Syria in London that Kasumagić mentioned, it was determined that the Party of Democratic Action and “the entire Bosnia” shared the same ideological positions, which Kasumagić defined like this: “We regard the Muslim Brotherhood in high esteem and follow with a great deal of compassion their attempts to turn Arabic countries into Islamic republics and unite them into an all-Islam mind, just as proposed in our “Islamic Declaration”.”

The Region Gloats

Still, the cooperation was not limited to Alija, Bakir and the Muslim Brotherhood. The United Kingdom encroached deep into the Republic of Srpska by recruiting an entire political group — the Party of Democratic Progress (PDP), which would soon, as the centerpiece of the pro-British intelligence policies, acquire the political and media affection of Belgrade. The same structure also endorsed Dritan Abazović, after whose visit Milan Knežević, Andrija Mandić and Aleksa Bečić disappeared from the television screens. The pattern is the same when it comes to the Republic of Srpska and Kosovo. Media and salon analysts, close to the government and the opposition in Serbia, make their not inconsiderable contribution to the occupation of the Republic of Srpska and its institutional destruction, pacifying the Serbs in Montenegro who are being sold “the Montenegrin nation” and amputating Kosovo from Serbia. The region maliciously gloats over the defeat of Serbia and glorifies the victory of the homogenous, Shqiptar tribal consciousness.

The March on Bosnia

The NATO, Bondsteel, the British, the Americans and the Germans are the authors of the project to create a tense atmosphere over the alleged occupation of the north of Kosovo. The truth is that the panic only serves one purpose — to draw attention away from the United Kingdom and United States’ aggressive march on the Republic of Srpska. The fact that the Shqiptars are doing whatever they want in the so-called negotiation process with Serbia, steal and appropriate anything they can imagine, and they are doing a good job, speaks agains tthe alleged incoming “Storm” and the bidding on dates. There is no reason for the Shqiptars to provoke a military conflict, but the need to spread fear is of a different nature —a serious process of undemining Serbia and the Serbian influence in the Balkans is underway in the shadow of the public deceit that an exodus is being planned in Kosovo.

Settling affairs with the Republic of Srpska is an absolute priority of the West — removing Milorad Dodik, weakening the President of the Republic of Srpska Željka Cvijanović, seizing the property of the Republic of Srpska and canceling its constitutional and legal framework. The country, per their plan, should be turned over into the hands of the Party of Democratic Action.

And while the tales about the preparations for a “Storm” in Kosovo are being spun for years in a row, the representatives of the military and intelligence structures of the United Kingdom, with a smile on their face, with military and other intentions, and in spite of Moscow thousands of kilometers away, are threatening the peace and stability of the Republic of Srpska.

The masters of the British diplomacy are convinced in the effectiveness of what they are doing. Historic experience proves them right. The only confusing fact is that many of the Serbs on either side of the Drina are yet to learn those lessons.

Dževad Galijašević

(Source: Pečat)