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avgust 20, 2008
An untold story
In 1941 a fascist state came into existence in the Balkans. Under
Ante Pavelic and with strong Vatican endorsement, the Croatian regime set to work
exterminating Serbs, Jews, Gypsies and others. This extereme racist regime, called the
Ustashe, exceeded the Nazi SS in their barbarity. The SS with whom they collabarated often
took over certain districts because of the excesseive sadism the Ustashe employed, a
testament to cruelty if ever there were one.
For years the Serbs endured horrors untold. The Balkans, being out of the mainstream
Allies/Axis areas of engagement, suffered in a way not really understood by the western
public. Because the Catholic leaders in Croatia at the time, were actually involved in the
extermination, the story has never become as widely known as the Nazi holocaust.
Over 700,000 people were murdered, men and women were dimembered in front of their
families in villages with no defense. Children were skewered alive onto the ground and on
trees. Thousands were forcibly converted from Orthodoxy to Catholicism under the threat of
certain death. Eyes were gouged out, genitals cut off, breast sliced off, people were
buried alive. Orthodox priests were steaked to the ground and then fires lit on their
chests. At the Jasenovac concentration camp, thousands of men women and children were
decapitated often with primitive tools.
Few were tried for war crimes, Pavelic and others were even helped by the Catholic
Authorities in Rome after the war. The west never arrested these people. The Ustashe
continued as an extreme nationalist movement in Germany, Auatralia, America and elsewhere.
Throughout the 60's 70's and 80's Ustashe terrorist acts took place in Europe. To add
insult to injruy the Pope now plans to beatify Archbishop Stepinac, one of the main
participants in the genocide.
In 1990 Franjo Tudjman was elected to the presidency in Croatia and began moves for
independence. Many Serbs within Croatias borders were stunned when the west endorsed this
move. Soon the old Ustashe symbols and rhetoric reemerged, terrified of a recurrence of
the horrors from 1941, the Serbs in Krajina desperately tried to extricate themselves.
Over 14,000 Serb civillians died in 1995 when German aircraft and others obliterated Serb
military defense systems, leaving the Croat forces to once again subject the Serbs to atrocities, the
swastika appeared on looted Serbs buildings. History was repeating itself, our former ally
from two world wars was left to suffer, expecting us to understand the Serbs now stand
isolated and hated, the wests ruthless determination to economically dominate the Balkans
knows no bounds.
The Ustashe movement still has a very strong presence in Croatia which bodes ill for the
future of europe. Here is a picture of a recent gathering in Zagreb, for all the media
hype about Serbs being Nazis the truth is the opposite as can be clearly seen in the
familair raised arm salute. The Serbs were the victims of fascism in the most barbaric
manner, how obscene of the media to ignore this and constantly label Serbs 'Nazis'.