Old battles and eternal torments lie ahead for the Republic of Srpska, visible even in this September 2022, as the political campaigns for the elections kick off.

A trial is also kicking off, as belated justice for the Dobrovoljačka Street, which is supposed to provide an answer to the most important question: “Who was it, actually, that had started the war in Bosnia”, and why did the war have to be so bloody.

Alija’s generals, soldiers and police officers, paramilitary soldiers and police officers, gathered around the Shqiptar Ejup Ganić and the corrupt Zaim Backović, known as Zagi, are taking to the public to explain when and how they had come up with the strategy to attack Yugoslav National Army soldiers and recruits, who, per their agreement with Alija and the Westerners, were leaving Bosnia and Herzegovina in undefended convoys.

Why was that group not considering the head of Alija Izetbegović as a collateral for resolving the situation, and how is it that it all happened again in Tuzla a couple of weeks later?

And here they are together: Ejup Ganić, (born 1946); Zaim Backović, (born 1954); Hamid Bahto, (born 1961); Hasan Efendić, (born 1934); Fikret Muslimović, (born 1948); Jusuf Pušina, (born 1949); Bakir Alispahić, (born 1956); Enes Bezdrob, (born 1961); Ismet Dahić, (born 1954); Žiško Mahir, born 1971), not including some who had a timely death or who have made their role in the crime insignificant.

“The defendants are accused of planning, instigating and carrying out, together with their subordinates, within the scope of their positions and authorities in the military, police and civilian forces, an attack on an undefended mixed convoy consisting of soldiers and civilians employed in the former Yugoslav National Army, under the escort of the UN peacekeeping forces. They also failed to prevent the killing and wounding of soldiers and civilians, neglected to punish the perpetrators of the killings and woundings, tortured and inhumanely treated the captured soldiers, did not stop or punish the perpetrators, as well as abetted the perpetrators after the crime was committed,” said the announcement of the Office of the Prosecutor of Bosnia and Herzegovina after filing the indictment.

Along with the indictment, 277 eyewitnesses and multiple court experts will give testimony, and over 500 pieces of material evidence have been submitted in support of the claims from the indictment.

By the way, this indictment of the Office of the Prosecutor of Bosnia and Herzegovina is concerning the events of May 3, 1992, and evidence has been gathered relating to the death of eight murdered victims whose identities have been confirmed, including civilians and medical personnel, the wounding of 24 individuals, and the capture of several dozen tortured and abused soldiers and civilians.

The facts of this crime are even more tragic.

The actual truth is that the conflict surrounding the Dobrovoljačka Street in Sarajevo had begun a day earlier, that a total of 42 members of the Yugoslav National Army had been killed, that 73 had been wounded and that 215 soldiers had been captured.

The world is rapidly changing and new national cowards, Western servants, neo-Ustasha fighters and Islamic mutants are stepping into the political arena, who are aggressively trying to convince their own people and the neighboring ones that the country is not worth it and that it is easier to give up any ambitions and identity under the umbrella of the great powers, breathe air like cowards and raise new scared generations for whom freedom will be merely the contents of the virtual reality on the local computer, communication on social networks and live on “minimum wage” throughout the next five centuries.

Without sacrifice, without a rebellion, without a country, and without any knowledge about the importance of national sovereignty, collective and personal freedom.

That is why they seek to remove Milorad Dodik, who is bravely and honorably resisting the plan of the West to undermine the Republic of Srpska.

September is always a difficult one to get through: that is also the month where Serbs were tortured, massacred and killed in the Muslim-American operations “Farz 95” and “Uragan 95”.

Six years later, the perpetrators of the September 11 attacks set off to the United States, destroyed the Twin Towers, attacked the Pentagon and killed almost 4,000 people, and thus the Americans got their own day in September: for fake sadness over the crimes that they perpetrated along with their brothers, the Bosniak mujahideen.

When over the course of a week, after September 9, 1995, between the “Blizna” elevation, Smoluća and Vozuća to Banovići; between the banks of the Bosna to “Borova Glava” and “Kraljica”, and between Kamenica on the border of Olovo to Rakovac Donji on the border of Doboj, 22,000 Serbs were forcibly run out of their homes, 66 villages were burned to the ground, 12 churches were destroyed, including a medieval monastery, and around 600 Serbian civilians and soldiers were killed.

192 of them were taken to an undisclosed location and ritually slaughtered. Many of the beheaded remains were discovered in the bed of the Kamenica river under the deposits of river gravel, but many were not.

For those crimes, the Hague Tribunal gave prison sentences to the commander of Alija’s army, General Rasim Delič, leader of the General Command, General Enver Hadžihasanović, and the commander of the 7th Muslim Brigade, Colonel Amir Kubura.

The trial in the Hague listed 65 killed prisoners of war, which was then reduced to 55, whereas the verdict only mentioned 51.

At the trial of the criminal General Sakib Mahmuljin in the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, they mentioned a few killed victims — “more than two”. In the end, the cowardly general, having been given a prison sentence of eight years in the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, ran away to Turkey in an attempt to evade the well-deserved sentence, with the help of the very same court.

Even though no one called Šefik Džaferović to account for the two hundred ritually cut off innocent heads, for the thousands of citizenships that his police had given out to terrorists, or for the intelligence protection that he had personally provided to the mujahideen.

Indeed, it is not easy to be a Serb in September.

While Bakir Izetbegović is threatening to exile all those who do not love Bosnia — and with nothing more that the dirt on the bottom of their shoes. They will not be allowed to bring anything else.

So Bakir said, deceiving himself and his Bosniak people into thinking that Bosnia belongs to them and that anybody is asking them. Pathetic and miserable.

Not even the inch of land that the Bosniaks got in Dayton is Bosniak, even though they are the only ones left living there.

Not even that inch of Bosnia is up to Bakir — it is all British, and sometimes American or German, but it has nothing to do with Bosnian Muslims.

The Turkish President Erdogan has been talking about that since July 11, 2012, sort of indirectly, with his discourse about “the legacy of Alija Izetbegović”, which binds him to take care of Bosnia.

When he uttered that, the Turkish president did not intend to hurt the Serbs and Croats, but to explain to Bakir Izetbegović that he strayed off course, that he had handed Bosnia to the West and that the tiny inch of Bosnia is nothing more than a mere grain of sand, an English Commonwealth in the Balkans.

“The West is only there to divide Muslims,” Erdogan will say these days in Sarajevo, eliciting a flurry of protest from Western servants, former communists, Radončić’s half-politicians and half-leaders, numerous homosexuals who were parading up and down Sarajevo as recently as yesterday.

That is the reason why the Bosniaks, making an “English pardjemat” on their inch of Bosnia, cannot even defend that inch with this policy, and the British will, sooner or later, throw all of that out the window — the Americans will support them, and the Germans will watch from the sidelines, accepting that this is the way it has to be. Because you cannot defend a country with cowardice and constant arguments with the neighbors.

The Bosniaks have spread their hopelessness all over Bosnia and Herzegovina like a disease.

Dževad Galijašević

(Source: Pečat)