"Moreover, you scorned our people, and compared the Albanese to sheep, and according to your custom think of us with insults. Nor have you shown yourself to have any knowledge of my race. Our elders were Epirotes, where this Pirro came from, whose force could scarcely support the Romans. This Pirro, who Taranto and many other places of Italy held back with armies. I do not have to speak for the Epiroti. They are very much stronger men than your Tarantini, a species of wet men who are born only to fish. If you want to say that Albania is part of Macedonia I would concede that a lot more of our ancestors were nobles who went as far as India under Alexander the Great and defeated all those peoples with incredible difficulty. From those men come these who you called sheep. But the nature of things is not changed. Why do your men run away in the faces of sheep?"
Letter from Skanderbeg to the Prince of Taranto ▬ Skanderbeg, October 31 1460

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Masakra e Srebrenicës dhe ``Miqesia ,, Greko - Serbe

Sot shënohet 15-vjetori i Masakrës së Srebrenicës, në të cilën paramilitarët serbë të Bosnjës ekzekutuan mbi 8000 burra dhe djem myslimanë.

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Mijëra veta pritet të marrin pjesë në ceremoninë që do të zhvillohet në qendrën përkujtimore Potoçari, ku do të varrosen edhe 775 mbetje mortore, të identifikuara së voni.

Ky është varrimi më i madh kolektiv në 10 vjetët e fundit. Në mesin e 774 boshnjakvë myslimanë do të varroset edhe katoliku Rudolf Hren, i cili po ashtu humbi jetën më 11 korrik të vitit 1995.

Gjatë varrimit, pritet të marrin pjesë mbi 50 mijë njerëz, në mesin e të cilëve edhe zyrtarë të lartë evropianë. Varrimi do të ndiqet edhe nga presidenti serb, Boris Tadiq.

Disa muaj më herët, Kuvendi i Serbisë ka miratuar rezolutën, me të cilën dënon masakrën e forcave serbe ndaj 8000 meshkujve myslimanë në Srebrenicë.

Rezoluta shpreh ngushëllime dhe kërkim-falje për familjet e viktimave. Megjithatë, ajo nuk flet për gjenocid, por për masakër.
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For Milosevic's Sake

A riveting new book exposes Greek support for the Serbian strongman's regime.
by Tim Judah


Uloga Grcke u masakri na Srebrenici :

Unholy Alliance: Greece and Milosevic's Serbia in the Nineties, by Takis Michas. To be published on 21 May. Texas A&M University Press, 192 pp.

Argumente :




As the butchery in the Bosnian town of Srebrenica proceeded, the Greek newspaper Ethnos reported on 13 July 1995 that the Greek and Serbian flags "are flying now side by side, a living proof of the love and solidarity of the two peoples and the gratitude that Serb soldiers feel for the help from the Greek volunteers who are fighting on their side."

Fast forward to the beginning of May 2002, when a Greek military band marched down Knez Mihailova street in the center of Belgrade. Some may have remarked that they, or at least Greek soldiers, were among the Serbs for the second time in recent history. Meanwhile, at the same time as the parade, Kostas Simitis, the Greek prime minister, was meeting with his Serbian counterpart, Zoran Djindjic.

While Djindjic may have lamented to Simitis about the pressure he was under to hand over war crimes suspects to The Hague-based International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), it would be interesting to know whether Simitis had anything to say about those Greeks who fought in General Ratko Mladic's Bosnian Serb army, when Srebrenica was taken in July 1995 and 7,500 Bosniak (Bosnia's Muslim population) men and boys were murdered.

Mladic is now one of two dozen fugitives of international justice whose arrest and extradition the West demands from the authorities in Belgrade.

Greek involvement in the fall of Srebrenica and the subsequent massacre is one of the subjects examined in an explosive new book by Takis Michas, a Greek journalist. Michas is known as a "black sheep" among Greek journalists for refusing to tow the Greek politically correct line of full support for fellow Orthodox Serbs during the wars of the former Yugoslavia. His book, Unholy Alliance: Greece and Milosevic's Serbia in the Nineties, is a major exposé of the way Greece supported both former Yugoslav and Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and the Bosnian Serbs during their campaigns.

Early in the book, Michas quotes one of the Greek fighters who participated in the conquest of Srebrenica. He was interviewed on television just after it fell, his voice trembling with excitement: "After the artillery stopped its bombardment we moved in and 'cleaned up' the place!"

The fighter was a member of the Greek Volunteer Guard, a unit based in Vlasenica. According to the book, the Guard was formed in March 1995 at the request of General Mladic, the Bosnian Serb Army commander, and was fully integrated into his forces.

Only about one hundred men fought with this unit, but, following the fall of Srebrenica, the Greek media celebrated their great "victory" symbolized, they claimed, by the fact that the Greek flag was planted next to the Serbian one above the conquered town. And in September 1995, Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic decorated four members of the Guard with the medal of the "White Eagle."

Karadzic and Mladic were indicted by The Hague tribunal in 1995. Karadzic is also still at large and is thought to be hiding in Republika Srpska, an entity which together with the Bosniak-Croat federation constitutes today's Bosnia.

BOTH QUIET AND LOUD

Unsurprisingly, Michas has sometimes run into a wall of official silence. His attempts to discover whether members of the Greek Volunteer Guard actually participated in the Srebrenica slaughter came to nothing.

When he asked a Greek government spokesman in 1996 if the authorities intended to investigate the matter, he was told, "Greece does not have any evidence concerning the involvement of Greek citizens in war crimes in Bosnia-Herzegovina."

A few weeks after the fall of Srebrenica, NATO was gearing up to bomb the Bosnian Serbs. At that point, Aris Mousionis, the founder and president of the government-subsidized Greek-Serb Friendship Association, was staying in Bosnia as a guest of General Mladic.

Mousionis boasted to Michas how he had passed NATO military secrets to Mladic--secrets obtained from Andreas Papandreou, the Greek prime minister. Mousionis told Michas that NATO had given the details to the Greek authorities and that Papandreou gave them "in a sealed envelope" to an intermediary, "who took it to the military headquarters in Athens from where its contents were relayed to me."

"We used three codes because we had learned that the Americans had broken one," Mousionis told Michas. "I received and immediately decoded the messages. I then gave them to Ratko Mladic's deputy commander, who delivered them personally to the general. Later, during the bombings, NATO intelligence found out that its plans were being leaked to the Bosnian Serbs and they stopped informing the Greeks, an event which led to strong protests by the latter."

Michas stresses that he has not been able to obtain independent confirmation of Mousionis' claims.

CARVING UP MACEDONIA

Michas argues that one of the reasons that the vast majority of Greeks were so fanatically pro-Serb during the wars was because the Greek media "downplayed" or even failed to report atrocities.

Athanasios Papandropoulos, a former president of the European Union of Journalists told him, "The way most media downplayed or failed to mention the horrors of Srebrenica and other sites of crimes reminds me of the way some neo-revisionist historians downplayed or denied the existence of Auschwitz."

Michas also gives details of an alleged 1991 offer from Milosevic to Antonis Samaras, then the Greek foreign minister, to provoke a conflict in Macedonia. The conflict would then lead to Macedonia's collapse, Yugoslav army intervention--and a common frontier between Serbia and Greece.

Michas source for the contention is a book written by Alexandros Tarakas, a former senior policy advisor to Samaras, who wrote the foreword to Tarakas's book. In it, Tarakas describes a meeting that took place on 4 September 1991 between Milosevic and Samaras. After dinner, Milosevic led the Greek foreign minister into his office and then into a "smaller and darker room," in the center of which was a map of the Balkans.

Milosevic then outlined a two-step strategy: "inflating beyond recognition the number of ethnic Serbs residing in the area and, at the same time, instigating a massive influx of civilians to Macedonia from Serbia. The final step would involve, as happened elsewhere, sending the Yugoslav army to 'protect' the Serb minority. This would result in the collapse of Macedonia as an independent entity and its absorption into Serbia."

Michas says tartly that "Milosevic's proposal did not totally surprise his Greek friends ... In fact similar ideas were being entertained at the Greek foreign ministry."

Greece's role in sanctions-busting during the wars is well known but the book for the first time records examples for an English-reading public. Three days before he was gunned down in October 2000, Vladimir Bokan, a Serbian businessman and underworld figure, gave an interview to Michas. Bokan had moved to Greece in 1992 and was given Greek citizenship two years later. He told Michas about how the Greek authorities helped break the wartime oil embargo to Serbia and Montenegro.

Bokan explained how in 1994, for example, he had bought a vessel to ship petroleum from a state-owned oil refinery in Greece to the port of Bar in Montenegro from where it would move on to Serbia. Michas recounts, "The Greek authorities never gave him any trouble. On the contrary he said, they 'did everything in their power to facilitate the violations of the embargo. For example, they never asked for Letters of Discharge...[They] believed that the imposition of the embargo was unjust."

THE WAY THE WIND WAS BLOWING

A little later, we get to hear the views of famous such famous Greeks as the veteran composer Mikis Theodorakis. During NATO's Kosovo campaign he said, "I hate Americans and everything American. I hope that the youth will begin to hate everything American." Imagine the fuss if Madonna had said: "I hate Greeks and everything Greek. I hope that the youth will begin to hate everything Greek."

Michas also cites opinion polls that show just how unpopular NATO and the EU and its policies were, and perhaps remain, in Greece.

Michas contends that the Greeks' lack of any expression of sympathy with the besieged Sarajevo or the Albanians who were expelled or fled from Kosovo in 1999 was not based solely on Orthodox Christian solidarity, although this was important.

The key, he argues, is that Greece itself is an "ethnonational state" and that meant that Greeks could not see "as a crime something that they, in many respects, viewed as natural. In ethnonational states, violating the rights of a person who does not share the ethnic markers of a group is not considered a crime on a par with violating the rights of a person belonging to the same group."

When a major Greek business led by metals baron Evangelos Mytilineos invested in Kosovo's Trepca mines in 1997, Albanian miners appealed to Greek Trade Unions to use their influence to block the deal. But their call fell on deaf ears: "The days of international worker solidarity were definitely over," Michas says.

"Worker solidarity had given way to ethnic solidarity," he writes, "the red flag had been replaced by the Byzantine Orthodox double-headed eagle and cross. No longer did miners singing the 'International' lead the demonstrations. Instead, dark-clad priests and voter-hungry politicians chanted religious hymns mourning the fall of Constantinople."

Michas asked Mytilineos why he had invested in Trepca even after he had received a warning from Ibrahim Rugova, the leader of the province's ethnic Albanian majority, that the proposed deal would be illegal. Mytilineos explained that, at that point, he had asked for advice from the foreign ministry. They told him not to worry about Rugova and proceeded to grant him export guarantees.

THE END OF DAYS

"The final days of the Milosevic regime," writes Michas, "were greeted throughout the free world with feelings of relief if not euphoria." Except, of course, in Greece. When Otpor, the Serbian student resistance movement, decided to organize a rally in Thessaloniki in the run-up to the September 2000 presidential elections in Yugoslavia, Michas argues that they utterly failed to understand what was happening in Greek politics. "Greece's sympathies lay not so much with Serbia in general as with the Milosevic regime and its henchmen in Bosnia and Kosovo."

So, he writes, "needless to say, none of the major Greek music groups or artists that had distinguished themselves in anti-NATO events during the wars in Kosovo and Bosnia agreed to take part... Moreover, the few minor music groups that did were subjected to all forms of threats and harassment aimed at discouraging their participation."

They need not have bothered. The rally was banned, with the authorities explaining that such a gathering would have amounted to an interference into the internal matters of another state.

At one point Milosevic had suggested a Greek-Serbian federation to his Greek partners. Michas writes: "Surely Milosevic feels sorry that he did not pursue the matter. Had his plan ... materialized, he might well have won the 2000 election. The majority of Greeks would have voted for him at any rate."
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Post by Arbëri » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:33 pm

Garda e Arkanit dhe ushtaret ''Grek'' në radhët te paramilitarëve Serb :

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Post by Arbëri » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:36 pm

CHRISTIAN TERRORISTS, RUSSIAN & GREEK VOLUNTEERS IN BOSNIA

PHOTO: Christian terrorists from Greece during the 1995 Srebrenica Genocide offered "Heil Hitler" salute.

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Recently, a Greek volunteer and participant in the Srebrenica Genocide, Stavros Vitalis, sued a prominent Greek journalist, Michas Takis, for revealing the depth of a Greek involvement in the Genocide in Bosnia. Shouldn't be the other way around?

Greek terrorists are not the only ones who helped Ratko Mladic slaughter Bosnian Muslims. According to the Government-owned (and controlled) Russian papers "Pravda.ru", in 2003, the commissioner of the Hague Tribunal, Vanessa Le Roa,
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Post by Arbëri » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:38 pm

INTERVIEW: Greek journalist sued for writing about the presence of Greek paramilitaries in Bosnia

On 27 July 2009 Mr. Stavros Vitalis, representing the Panhellenic Macedonian Front, filed a libel suit against the acclaimed journalist Mr. Takis Michas, best known for his authorship of the book “Unholy Alliance: Greece and Milosevic’s Serbia.” He is suing the journalist for describing- in the daily “Eleftherotypia” - Greek mercenaries as “paramilitaries who took part in the slaughter in Srebrenica.”

Mr. Vitalis is one of the leading Greek volunteers who have admitted taking part in the Srebrenica genocide. But, that’s not how he sees it.

In a statement distributed to the media, he claimed that the Greek volunteers who fought in Bosnia under the command of General Mladic were there in order to help the Serbs “who were being slaughtered by international gangs that were also stealing their houses, their country and their dignity.”

DANIEL TOLJAGA: Mr. Michas, thank you for agreeing to take part in this interview. To begin with, what is the Panhellenic Macedonian Front that has filed this suit against you through its representative Mr. Vitalis?

TAKIS MICHAS: It is a Greek nationalist political organization which also includes socialists and conservative former politicians. Up until now its central campaign theme has been its advocacy of the view that Macedonia along with everything related to it (history, symbols, etc.) is exclusively Greek.

DANIEL TOLJAGA: What exactly does Mr. Vitalis hope to achieve with this lawsuit?

TAKIS MICHAS: Bearing in mind that Karadzic’s trial will also be taking place next year, what they will be hoping is to create an alternative debate in which the substance of what happened at Srebrenica will be called into question. In other words, while the world is trying the war crimes perpetrated at Srebrenica, in Greece they will be putting the critics of the war crimes at Srebrenica on trial!

DANIEL TOLJAGA: Do you have any comments about the lawsuit and the press statements Mr. Vitalis has made?

TAKIS MICHAS: Yes. First of all Mr. Vitalis explicitly admits that Greeks (i.e. himself) took part in the planning and execution of the Serb “re-occupation” (as he calls it) of Srebrenica. As he says in his press statement “I was present with a group of senior Serb officers in all the operations for the re-occupation of Srebrenica by the Serbs”.

Secondly, Mr Vitalis admits that the recruitment of Greek volunteers for the war against the legitimate government of Bosnia took place with the implicit approval of the leading Greek politicians Andreas Papandreou and (to a lesser extent) Constantine Mitsotakis. As he puts it:

“The whole of Greece knows that the Greek volunteers had the broad support of Greek society as a whole as well as the support of politicians, mainly belonging to PASOK, because of the warm friendship between Andreas Papandreou and Radovan Karadzic. They also enjoyed the support of New Democracy, through the friendly diplomatic initiatives of Constantine Mitsotakis.”

This reinforces the point I have repeatedly made, namely that Greek support for the Serb war effort was not only moral, economic, diplomatic and political but also military.

DANIEL TOLJAGA: Was Mr. Vitalis present during and after the fall of Srebrenica when Greek paramilitaries hoisted the Greek flag over the town?

TAKIS MICHAS: Well in his own statement he said that together with high ranking Serb officers he took part in all the operations that dealt with the “reoccupation” (as he calls it) of Srebrenica. Now as to whether he was physically present in the hoisting of the flag this is something that only Mr. Mladic knows (and perhaps Mr. Karadzic)!

DANIEL TOLJAGA: It is interesting that he publicly admitted being present himself “in all the military operations” related to the “re-occupation” of Srebrenica. Do you have any idea why Mr. Vitalis has not been investigated for possible war crimes?

TAKIS MICHAS: Because, as I have shown in my book, in Greece Serb actions during the war in Bosnia are not regarded as “crimes” but as “heroic deeds”. This applies to Srebrenica as well. No Greek government has made any statement at any time during the last 15 years explicitly condemning the killings at Srebrenica - this is a unique state of affairs for a European country.

DANIEL TOLJAGA: In the words of U.N. Judge Theodor Meron, who served as the President of the ICTY, Serbs - and I quote - “targeted for extinction the forty thousand Bosnian Muslims living in Srebrenica.” In your opinion, is Mr. Vitalis fully aware that the military operations he took part in resulted in the summary killings of more than 8,000 and the ethnic cleansing of approximately 30,000 people in July 1995? Is he aware that he took part in genocide?

TAKIS MICHAS: According to his own admissions, yes. However, just like Holocaust deniers, these people refuse to accept that mass killings took place in Srebrenica.

DANIEL TOLJAGA: Your book revealed for the first time the presence of Greek paramilitaries in Bosnia. Why has Mr. Vitalis waited so many years since the publication of your book to file a suit?

TAKIS MICHAS: This is an interesting question. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that as I have hinted in other articles I am now in possession of confidential diplomatic documents that show the Greek authorities for the first time admitting the presence of Greek paramilitaries in Bosnia. Possibly they think that by putting pressure on me now they will prevent me publishing these documents. But this of course is only one explanation. There may be others.

DANIEL TOLJAGA: Mr. Vitalis has claimed that the operations of the Greek volunteers “were widely endorsed by Greek society because of the warm friendship that existed between Andreas Papandreou and Radovan Karadzic.” To what extent did this friendship suggest that the government may have been involved?

TAKIS MICHAS: Obviously it involves government in the sense of knowing, tolerating and endorsing the open recruitment of Greek citizens with the aim of fighting against the legally recognized government of Bosnia. It certainly implicates the government of PASOK under Andreas Papandreou.

DANIEL TOLJAGA: I remember, and you also referred to this in your book, that leading Greek judges had publicly refused to cooperate with the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Considering that your right to a fair trial may be seriously impaired by the extreme ultranationalist atmosphere in Greece and the fact that Mr. Vitalis has announced that he plans to call leading Greek nationalist politicians as witnesses, I would like to know whether you intend to seek support from prominent international organizations that specialize in the protection of journalistic freedom?

TAKIS MICHAS: I will certainly be trying to spread the word. Judging from the lawsuit they have filed against me, I guess that from now on they will also be making the glorification of the Serb war effort in Bosnia one of their campaign themes.

DANIEL TOLJAGA: Are you worried about the forthcoming trial?

TAKIS MICHAS: In any other European country this lawsuit would have been thrown out of court. But as I have said repeatedly Greece is not a normal European country. Given the spirit of extreme nationalism that permeates the country and the fact that Karadzic and Mladic are venerated as saints by the majority of the public and the political class, I have every reason to feel worried.

DANIEL TOLJAGA: Thank you for taking part in this interview. We will be keeping a close eye on the progress of your case.

http://www.bosniak.org/interview-greek- ... in-bosnia/
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Post by Arbëri » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:43 pm

Grekët dhe roli i tyre në masakrën e Srebrenicës
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Një parlamentar grek ngre pikëpyetje mbi rolin grek në krimet kundër njerëzimit. Nisin hetimet për përfshirjen e grekëve në luftën e Bosnjes

Prej disa muajsh Prokuroria e Përgjithshme e Athinës është përfshirë në një detyrë tepër të vështirë, vërtetimin e përfshirjes së Greqisë në masakrën më të madhe në Evropë që pas Luftës së Dytë Botërore.

Bëhet fjalë për masakrën e Srebrenicës në luftën e Bosnjes, më 1995, ku gjetën vdekjen gati 8 000 burra e djem myslimanë. Sipas një artikulli në gazetën britanike “The Guardian”, në Greqi ka nisur të ziejë debati në lidhje me rolin që ka luajtur ky vend në këtë masakër. Mbi të gjitha kërkohet që vetë Athina të pranojë ashtu si pjesa tjetër e botës perëndimore, fajin në një nga tragjeditë më të mëdha të ndodhura në botë. Ministri grek i Drejtësisë, Anastasios Papaligouras, ka bërë të ditur publikisht se përfshirja e Greqisë në masakrën e Srebrenicës nuk mund të përjashtohet. Por ishte një anëtar i pavarur i Parlamentit grek, Andreas Andrianopoulos, ai që hapi gjithë këtë hetim, pasi ngriti një pyetje parlamentare për fajin e mundshëm të Greqisë në këtë masakër. Ai beson se bashkëpatriotët e tij janë keqinformuar vazhdimisht nga media lokale dhe politikanët gjatë gjithë shpërbërjes së përgjakshme të Jugosllavisë. “Është koha që grekët të përballen me të vërtetën e pakëndshme se paramilitarët helenë morën pjesë në masakrën e Srebrenicës me dijeninë dhe bekimin e elitës politike, fetare dhe të biznesit të vendit. Komandanti ushtarak i serbëve të Bosnjes, gjenerali Ratko Mladiç, ishte i mbushur me entuziazëm nga prania e 100 anëtarëve të Gardës Vullnetare Greke gjatë sulmit, saqë ai urdhëroi që flamuri grek bardheblu të ngrihej në Srebrenicë për nder të ‘grekëve trima që luftuan në anën tonë”, ka thënë parlamentari Andrianopoulos, cituar nga “Guardian”. Të paktën katër mercenarë nga njësia greke në fjalë morën edhe medaljen e nderit “Shqiponja e bardhë”, që u dha nga vetë Radovan Karaxhiçi, lideri i serbëve të Bosnjes. Por sot politikanët grekë e të majtës dhe të së djathtës, parapëlqejnë të heshtin, sesa të nxijnë figurën e paramilitarëve grekë. Kur një gazetë greke “Ethnos”, e cila shitet në masë, nisi një seri artikujsh për trimërinë e shumë anëtarëve të Gardës, telefonat e redaksisë nuk pushonin nga grekë të rinj që donin të tregonin përvojat e tyre. “Nëse duam të jemi në rregull me ndërgjegjen tonë”, thotë Andrianopoulos për “Guardian”, “ne duhet të sqarojmë nëse qytetarët grekë janë përfshirë në krime kundër njerëzimit”.

Por ekziston frika se ky hetim nuk do të arrijë kurrë të gërmojë më shumë në legjendën e përhapur tashmë për mbështetjen e padiskutueshme të Athinës gjatë viteve ‘90 pro Slobodan Milosheviçit dhe regjimit të tij. Bizneset dhe sistemet bankare greke ishin baza e gjithë infrastrukturës sekrete ekomonike serbe gjatë luftërave të Ballkanit. Me ndihmën e tyre Beogradi ishte i aftë që t’i bënte ballë sanksioneve të vëna nga OKB-ja dhe të riforconte makinën e luftës së Milosheviçit. Ka fakte se në kulmin e krizës së Kosovës, qeveria greke (atëkohë socialiste) i spiunonte Beogradit për informacionet kryesore ushtarake të NATO-s. Dhe ishin pikërisht ishujt grekë, ku Milosheviçi ia mbathte për të shijuar kënaqësitë e tij në det, mes mikpritjes së politikanëve lokalë. Marko Milosheviçi, djali i tij, i etur për kontrabandë, e quante Greqinë “shtëpia ime e parë”. “Prania e paraushtarakëve grekë në Srebrenicë, për fat të keq, është vetëm ‘një shënim shtesë”, në atë që konsiderohet një rrjet mbështetjeje tepër i zgjeruar për Milosheviçin dhe serbët e Bosnjes, - thotë Takis Michas, libri i të cilit “Aleanca mëkatare” skicon detaje shokuese të marrëdhënieve mes dy kombeve ortodokse. “Në Perëndim është shprehur tashmë pendimi dhe vetëkritika (për Srebrenicën). Ndërsa këtu këto gjëra nuk ekzistojnë. Pavarësisht se 90% e elitës politike greke i ka mbështetur serbët, asnjë politikan i vetëm nuk është ngritur dhe të pranojë atë që ka ndodhur. Kjo është tragjike”, - thotë Takis Michas, cituar nga “The Guardian”. Sado e hidhur të jetë historia, faktet e saj duhen pranuar. Grekët po përpiqen ta bëjnë këtë dhjetë vjet pas ngjarjes së tmerrshme, megjithatë edhe tani pak gjasa ka që e vërteta të dalë në shesh.
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Re: Srebrenica Genocide

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Post by Arbëri » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:44 pm

Grekët dhe roli i tyre në masakrën e Srebrenicës
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Një parlamentar grek ngre pikëpyetje mbi rolin grek në krimet kundër njerëzimit. Nisin hetimet për përfshirjen e grekëve në luftën e Bosnjes

Prej disa muajsh Prokuroria e Përgjithshme e Athinës është përfshirë në një detyrë tepër të vështirë, vërtetimin e përfshirjes së Greqisë në masakrën më të madhe në Evropë që pas Luftës së Dytë Botërore.

Bëhet fjalë për masakrën e Srebrenicës në luftën e Bosnjes, më 1995, ku gjetën vdekjen gati 8 000 burra e djem myslimanë. Sipas një artikulli në gazetën britanike “The Guardian”, në Greqi ka nisur të ziejë debati në lidhje me rolin që ka luajtur ky vend në këtë masakër. Mbi të gjitha kërkohet që vetë Athina të pranojë ashtu si pjesa tjetër e botës perëndimore, fajin në një nga tragjeditë më të mëdha të ndodhura në botë. Ministri grek i Drejtësisë, Anastasios Papaligouras, ka bërë të ditur publikisht se përfshirja e Greqisë në masakrën e Srebrenicës nuk mund të përjashtohet. Por ishte një anëtar i pavarur i Parlamentit grek, Andreas Andrianopoulos, ai që hapi gjithë këtë hetim, pasi ngriti një pyetje parlamentare për fajin e mundshëm të Greqisë në këtë masakër. Ai beson se bashkëpatriotët e tij janë keqinformuar vazhdimisht nga media lokale dhe politikanët gjatë gjithë shpërbërjes së përgjakshme të Jugosllavisë. “Është koha që grekët të përballen me të vërtetën e pakëndshme se paramilitarët helenë morën pjesë në masakrën e Srebrenicës me dijeninë dhe bekimin e elitës politike, fetare dhe të biznesit të vendit. Komandanti ushtarak i serbëve të Bosnjes, gjenerali Ratko Mladiç, ishte i mbushur me entuziazëm nga prania e 100 anëtarëve të Gardës Vullnetare Greke gjatë sulmit, saqë ai urdhëroi që flamuri grek bardheblu të ngrihej në Srebrenicë për nder të ‘grekëve trima që luftuan në anën tonë”, ka thënë parlamentari Andrianopoulos, cituar nga “Guardian”. Të paktën katër mercenarë nga njësia greke në fjalë morën edhe medaljen e nderit “Shqiponja e bardhë”, që u dha nga vetë Radovan Karaxhiçi, lideri i serbëve të Bosnjes. Por sot politikanët grekë e të majtës dhe të së djathtës, parapëlqejnë të heshtin, sesa të nxijnë figurën e paramilitarëve grekë. Kur një gazetë greke “Ethnos”, e cila shitet në masë, nisi një seri artikujsh për trimërinë e shumë anëtarëve të Gardës, telefonat e redaksisë nuk pushonin nga grekë të rinj që donin të tregonin përvojat e tyre. “Nëse duam të jemi në rregull me ndërgjegjen tonë”, thotë Andrianopoulos për “Guardian”, “ne duhet të sqarojmë nëse qytetarët grekë janë përfshirë në krime kundër njerëzimit”.

Por ekziston frika se ky hetim nuk do të arrijë kurrë të gërmojë më shumë në legjendën e përhapur tashmë për mbështetjen e padiskutueshme të Athinës gjatë viteve ‘90 pro Slobodan Milosheviçit dhe regjimit të tij. Bizneset dhe sistemet bankare greke ishin baza e gjithë infrastrukturës sekrete ekomonike serbe gjatë luftërave të Ballkanit. Me ndihmën e tyre Beogradi ishte i aftë që t’i bënte ballë sanksioneve të vëna nga OKB-ja dhe të riforconte makinën e luftës së Milosheviçit. Ka fakte se në kulmin e krizës së Kosovës, qeveria greke (atëkohë socialiste) i spiunonte Beogradit për informacionet kryesore ushtarake të NATO-s. Dhe ishin pikërisht ishujt grekë, ku Milosheviçi ia mbathte për të shijuar kënaqësitë e tij në det, mes mikpritjes së politikanëve lokalë. Marko Milosheviçi, djali i tij, i etur për kontrabandë, e quante Greqinë “shtëpia ime e parë”. “Prania e paraushtarakëve grekë në Srebrenicë, për fat të keq, është vetëm ‘një shënim shtesë”, në atë që konsiderohet një rrjet mbështetjeje tepër i zgjeruar për Milosheviçin dhe serbët e Bosnjes, - thotë Takis Michas, libri i të cilit “Aleanca mëkatare” skicon detaje shokuese të marrëdhënieve mes dy kombeve ortodokse. “Në Perëndim është shprehur tashmë pendimi dhe vetëkritika (për Srebrenicën). Ndërsa këtu këto gjëra nuk ekzistojnë. Pavarësisht se 90% e elitës politike greke i ka mbështetur serbët, asnjë politikan i vetëm nuk është ngritur dhe të pranojë atë që ka ndodhur. Kjo është tragjike”, - thotë Takis Michas, cituar nga “The Guardian”. Sado e hidhur të jetë historia, faktet e saj duhen pranuar. Grekët po përpiqen ta bëjnë këtë dhjetë vjet pas ngjarjes së tmerrshme, megjithatë edhe tani pak gjasa ka që e vërteta të dalë në shesh.
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Re: Srebrenica Genocide

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Post by Arbëri » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:48 pm

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Cyprus in July 1994
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"The Serbs have only two friends, God and the Greeks."

Former Republic of Srpska President Dr. Radovan Karadzic

"The Greek and Serb peoples will remain united until Doomsday."

Former President, Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica
3 December 2000
Mount Athos

"The Serbs are our true friends [...]"

Former Prime Minister Constantine Mitsotakis

"The Greeks have always been friends of our people [...]"

Serbian Patriarch Palve
read by His Eminence Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral on 20 April 2000 [addressed to the Athens Meeting]

"May the traditional Greek – Serbian friendship flourish!"

Serbian Patriarch Palve
read by His Eminence Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral on 20 April 2000 [addressed to the Athens Meeting]

"As a Greek I swear eternal friendship with the Serb people."
Former Foreign Minister George Papandreou
15 March 2003
Belgrade

"We have more in common than differences. The Greek people stood by our side more than any other nation. Up there we do not say the Greeks, we say our brothers. Whatever happens here – let`s hope the time will never come – they will be by your side in no time. They are yours. You have won their brotherhood. They are so proud for my Greek origin both mine and my husband`s. For the fact that he chose a Greek woman too, like his grandfather did."

HRH Crown Princess Katherine
18 December 2004

"The Greek and the Serb people are united like a fist."

Former Foreign Minister Vladislav Jovanovic

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Re: Srebrenica Genocide

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Post by Arbëri » Mon Jul 12, 2010 4:54 pm

Ushtare grek dhe serb duke patrulluar kufirin Kosove-Shqiperi

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Ne librin e gazetarit dhe hulumtuesit te guximshem grek Takis Michas lidhur me miqesine serbo-greke paraqiten fakte nga kjo miqesi pergjate lufterave ne Bosnje dhe Kosove.
Libri quhet: "Unholy Alliance: Greece and Serbia in the Nineties "
Ne foton me poshte shihet kur vullnetaret grek ngriten flamurin ne Srebrenice pas masakres se 8000 burrave,grave dhe femijeve boshnjak.Afer tyre edhe krimineli Karaxhiq i cili po gjykohet ne Hage pikerisht per gjenocidin e kryer.

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Re: Srebrenica Genocide

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Post by Phoenix » Mon Jul 12, 2010 5:10 pm

Këtu flet vetë gazetari Tachis Michas!

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Re: Srebrenica Genocide

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Post by Arbëri » Mon Jul 19, 2010 7:44 pm

Po e postoj kete lajm per nje Serb te akuzuar per masakrat qe beri ne Srebrenice ketu se me duket denim i padrejte ,
Serbe wegen Massenmordes verurteilt
Aktualisiert um 20:05 Uhr

Wegen der Ermordung mehrerer hundert Muslime aus Srebrenica muss eni 46-Jähriger nur für zehn Jahre hinter Gitter – dank der Zusammenarbeit mit den Ermittlern.


Per vrasjen e mbi qindrave Musliman (Boshnjak) ne Srebrenice u denua 46 vjeqari Serb Marko Boškić me 1o vite burg !
Der heute 46-jährige Mann habe an dem Massaker im Osten Bosniens vor 15 Jahren während des Bürgerkrieges (1992-1995) mitgewirkt, heisst es in dem am Montag in Sarajevo gefällten Urteil. Die muslimischen Männer und Jungen stammten aus der Gemeinde Srebrenica, in der über 8000 Menschen von serbischen Verbänden ermordet wurden.
Pjesmares ne maskrat ku humben jeten mbi 8.000 Boshnjake .
http://bazonline.ch/ausland/europa/Serb ... y/14011268
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