Thursday, November 18, 2010

Major-General David Fraser: Witness for the Prosecution



A former United Nations officer made a significant disclosure during his recent testimony at the trial of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic at The Hague which, perhaps not surprisingly, did not receive much - in fact, any - coverage in Western media.

Newspapers, magazines, television and radio in most parts of north America and western Europe have been resolutely pro-Muslim and anti-Serb in their coverage of the trials and tribulations of the Balkans.

But the evidence offered by the UN general, who was called, ironically, as a prosecution witness, is really quite extraordinary.

He stated on oath that, during the civil war in Bosnia, Bosnian Muslim forces fired weapons at their own civilians in Sarajevo and then blamed these atrocities on the Serbs.

The revelation by Major-General David Fraser, who was military assistant to the UN protection force's (UNPROFOR) sector Sarajevo commander from April 1994 to May 1995, has of course the potential to become a Pandora's box for the West - if it was to be widely reported by the media.


The bitter fighting which engulfed Bosnia was a result of the United States encouraging the Bosnian Muslim President Alija Izetbegovic to unilaterally declare independence, viewing the geostrategic benefits accrued for itself from this.

You can read the whole of Marcus Papadopoulos’ brilliant Morning Star piece here.And its not comfortable reading for the neo-con cheerleaders of Alija Izetbegovic.

3 comments:

Sosialisten said...

Good that someone finally have pointed out the anti-Serb propaganda of the 90's. But I don't think the neocons have much need for the Bosnian Muslims any longer. These days they are mostly fighting wars in Muslim countries. What they do need is islamophobic warmongering. I wouldn't be surprised if they have the audacity to turn this story into war propaganda. Something like: "If these Muslims are so evil that they even fired weapons at their own civilians, the Muslims in Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran are surely even worse and should be bombed back to the stone age."

jack said...

It is interesting now that sites and organisations that supported US/NATO intervention in Kosovo and Osama Bin Ladin and Islamic terrorism have been taken of the internet like the Balkan Action Committee or pages from statements issued at the time urging support have been removed from their sites like JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) an Israeli or pro-Israeli military think tank.

http://www.jinsa.org/articles/articles.html/function/view/categoryid/116/documentid/201/history/3,653,116,201

I guess it would be embarrassing if the controlled mass media where to acknowledge and become widely known that we aided and abetted Islamic terrorism
Might start asking serious questions about 9/11. God forbid

“growing Islamic militancy today in the Balkans”

I have to disagree with that statement the Balkans since the 90’s has always been Islamized and designed to be and not just limited to the Balkans. Bosnian Muslim have connections and links to militants in foreign theatres of conflict like Chechnya and Iraq like Juda the Sniper a Bosnian Muslim sniper killing or attempting to kill US forces in Iraq.

Also have connections to every major terrorist attack in Europe and North America.
The Madrid train bombing one of the main terrorist was born in Bosnia and the explosives used were produced in Bosnia.

JW said...

How the Izetbegovic government in Sarajevo extensively targeted their own civilians in atrocities, to blame on the Serbs (and sometimes Croats) has been extensively documented by John Schindler in his _Unholy Terror: Bosnia, Al-Qa'ida, and the Rise of Global Jihad_ (2007), which has been largely ignoned by the US (and UK) neo-con media. Schindler is a former US intelligence officer and provides great detail.