Serbian history

ANOTHER MURDER BY HAGUE TRIBUNAL? ICTY IS PREVENTIG SESELJ FAMILY TO VISIT HIM IN SECRET HOSPITAL ?

ANOTHER MURDER BY HAGUE TRIBUNAL? ICTY IS PREVENTIG SESELJ FAMILY TO VISIT HIM IN SECRET HOSPITAL ?


The entire treatment of this “longest imprisoned political activist in European history” is surrounded by mystery, secrecy, controversy, and contradictory statements from the officials, which indicates that “Something is fishy in Denmark”…

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UNPUNISHED CRIMES: 1992 Bosnia. His name was Slobodan, it means FREE! His guilt- He was Serb …

UNPUNISHED CRIMES: 1992 Bosnia. His name was Slobodan, it means FREE! His guilt- He was Serb …


For this and other massacres, war crimes tribunal in Hague pardoned Muslim commander Naser Oric. – The brutal killing of the child Slobodan Stojanovic showed how much they hate everything that is Serbian. Most victims were mutilated before the liquidation. For the “exploits” Oric was awarded the “golden lily” the highest award for military Merit of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina His name was Slobodan Stojanovic he was 11 years old. His mother, Desa Stojanovic, died of broken heart.

SREBRENICA TODO LO QUE NECESITÁIS SABER, PERO NO SE PODÍA DECIR

SREBRENICA TODO LO QUE NECESITÁIS SABER, PERO NO SE PODÍA DECIR


SREBRENICA TODO LO QUE NECESITÁIS SABER, PERO NO SE PODÍA DECIR   Introducción El objetivo del texto que tienen delante no es menoscabar el número o el significado de las víctimas del pueblo musulmán[1] en Srebrenica, sino mostrar lo que realmente ocurrió en julio de 1995 y señalar las contradicciones que aparecen en el discurso […]

When the Western media used to tell the truth: The New York Times about Kosovo in 1982 …

When the Western media used to tell the truth: The New York Times about Kosovo in 1982 …


The New York Times, Monday, July 12, 1982 EXODUS OF SERBIANS STIRS PROVINCE IN YUGOSLAVIA By MARVINE HOWE, Special to the New York Times Serbian FBReporter, 25.02.2013- photos and comments (black italic text) by M. Novakovic

Enemy At The Gates – History Repeating Itself In Serbia… (VIDEO)


January 5, 2013 HellasFrappe Enemy At The Gates – History Repeating Itself In Serbia LIFE magazine cover of 12 September 1948 (featuring Josip Broz Tito) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Serbian FB Reporter, Miodrag Novakovic, wrote an interesting article in late December warning the world that history was getting ready to repeat itself in the Balkans. We […]

Response to opposition to the Belgrade Choir performance of “Mars na Drinu”


Response to opposition to the Belgrade Choir performance of “Mars na Drinu” January 17, 2013   To the Honorable Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of the United Nations:   The song “Mars na Drinu” [March on the river Drina] written by Serbian composer Stanislav Binicki is a patriotic song meant to commemorate the bravery of Serbian […]

Tesla And Dove Loved Each Other Like Man And Woman


One of the greatest minds in history allegedly invented the teleporter, the death ray and the earthquake machine and he loved a lovely dove.       Born on July 10, 1856 and died on January 7, 1943, Nikola Tesla is one of the most significant scientists and inventors the world has ever seen. He […]

American talks about Serbs and Kosovo (video)


10.01.2013. FBR editor Biljana Dikovic, source ambassador-serbia An American man talks about Serbs and Kosovo. Yes, Albanians, with the help of the E.U. and U.S. are trying to steal Serbian land. Great video:

Serbia was First to Back Balfour Declaration


17.10.2012 Branko Ilic ,Serbian FBReporter     Serbia was the first country to back the Balfour Declaration – establishing the independent state of Israel.   Dr. David Albala   Dr. David Albala – born in 1886, a Serbian Sephardic Jew, a WW1 war hero who founded the Zionist Party in Yugoslavia. In 1915, he was […]

Anniversary of the liberation of Niš in WWI


12.10.2012 Branko Ilic , Serbian FBReporter     Sourse: Južne vesti      12th October 1918th The first Serbian army liberated Niš in WWI after breakthrough Salonika Front. After cutting the Salonika Front 1918th The action began  Serbian army of liberation of the occupied territory from Bulgaria, which is 29 September 1918th capitulated.   Serbian […]

Austrian Ultimatum to Serbia, 23 July 1914


12.10.2012 Branko Ilic , Serbian FBReporter     The Austro-Hungarian government waited three weeks following the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand- heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne currently held by Franz Josef – before issuing its formal response.           Seizing the opportunity presented by Ferdinand’s assassination (who in any event had not been viewed […]

The First Balkan War: 100 Years Later


08.10.2012 Branko Ilic , Serbian FBReporter       The First Balkan War, which lasted from October 1912 to May 1913,  pitted the Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Montenegro and Bulgaria) against the Ottoman Empire   The Balkans before the First Balkan War – 1905   On Oct. 8, 1912, the tiny Kingdom of Montenegro declared war on a weakened Ottoman […]