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    Post Is The Biden admin political suicidal? and this Desperate?

    A little reflection.

    It appears that the Biden admin had decided to throw a UN resolution on Srebrenica, genocide declaration accusing the Serbs of being genocidal for what happened 30 years ago on a town that was divided by the Bill Clinton admin, Richard hillbrook during the Bosnian conflict.

    The Uniparty are dangerously pushing Europe for another escalation in the region at a time when Europe is being encircled by African and Muslim migrants.

    This UN resolution on Srebrenica comes after the Biden admin had send a F/16 from Italy into Bosnia, threatening the Serbs over their own independence.


    Its not amusingly surprisingly that most Arab countries had voted in favor of the UN resolution.
    Most of the Arab countries like Iran, Turkey had send their mujahideen jihadist fighters to Bosnia to fight agaisnt Christian Serbs.


    https://x.com/DD_Geopolitics/status/1793671964537848034

    https://x.com/DD_Geopolitics/status/1793766614175015029



    The US pushed Germany to co sponsor the resolution. The US wants another escalation. Likely due that things arent going good for the The Uniparty in Ukraine.

    Ukraine is losing the war in Ukraine agaisnt Russia.


    US fighter jets fly over Bosnia in a sign of support to the country






    Last edited by WarriorLiberty; 05-23-2024 at 11:54 PM.



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    It seems that both you and the Russian UN rep don't disagree that a genocide took place, only that it's rude to mention it.
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    It seems that both you and the Russian UN rep don't disagree that a genocide took place, only that it's rude to mention it.
    Are you going to mention the 3,400 Serbian Civilians in Srebrenica, Bosnia that were killed by the Bosnian Muslim Soldiers and their Jihadist Allies like the Mujahideen?

    Do you deny that as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorLiberty View Post
    Are you going to mention the 3,400 Serbian Civilians in Srebrenica, Bosnia that were killed by the Bosnian Muslim Soldiers and their Jihadist Allies like the Mujahideen?

    Do you deny that as well?
    This may shock you, but I'm not emotionally attached to either side of that conflict.
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    UN General Assembly declares Srebrenica genocide remembrance day
    By Michelle Nichols and Daria Sito-sucic

    UNITED NATIONS/SARAJEVO, May 23 (Reuters) - The United Nations General Assembly declared July 11 an international day of remembrance of the Srebrenica genocide in a vote on Thursday that survivors branded as historic and Serbs as a failure, reflecting deep ethnic divisions in Bosnia.

    The massacre of about 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in 1995, after the U.N. safe zone of Srebrenica was overrun by Bosnian Serb forces, took place during the Balkan wars that followed the disintegration of Yugoslavia and was seen as Europe's worst atrocity since World War Two.

    The resolution, initiated by Germany and Rwanda and the cross-regional core group that included the United States, was approved by a narrow margin of 84 votes in the 193-member General Assembly, with 19 votes against and 68 abstentions.

    "The truth and justice won today," declared Denis Becirovic, the chairman of Bosnia's tripartite presidency.

    The survivors of the massacre, mostly women who lost their male relatives, cried tears of joy at seeing the resolution as final closure after three decades.

    The resolution "decides to designate 11 July as the International Day of Reflection and Commemoration of the 1995 Genocide in Srebrenica, to be observed annually".

    It also condemns denial of the massacre and glorification of war criminals, calling for the remaining victims to be found and identified and all perpetrators who are still at large to be brought to justice.

    Serbia and Bosnian Serbs, who deny that the massacre constituted genocide, declared the vote a failure, saying that more countries did not vote in favor of the resolution than for it.

    They had accused the authors of the resolution of branding Serbia as a "genocidal nation" although it was amended to add that the crime of genocide is individualized and cannot be attributed to any specific group.

    “Those people who wanted to stigmatize the Serbian nation failed and will never succeed," Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told reporters after the session. "They wanted to put a mark on our face and they failed."

    During the session, Vucic called on member states to vote against the resolution, saying it was "highly politicised" and would not contribute to the reconciliation in Bosnia and the region but rather would open a Pandora's box.
    A UN resolution can help us, survivors, fight Srebrenica genocide denial
    Bosnian Serb authorities and other actors have persisted in their genocide denial; we need urgent action to counter it.

    On May 23, the United Nations General Assembly will be voting on a draft resolution declaring July 11 the International Day of Reflection and Commemoration of the 1995 genocide in Srebrenica.

    The resolution was proposed by Germany and Rwanda and is supported by a significant number of UN member states. Besides designating a day of commemoration, the resolution also condemns “without reservation any denial of the Srebrenica Genocide as a historical event”, and urges member states “to preserve the facts, including through their educational systems, by developing appropriate programmes”, and undertake action to prevent “denial and distortion, and occurrence of genocides in the future”.

    It also emphasises the importance of “completing the process of finding and identifying the remaining victims of the Srebrenica Genocide and according them a dignified burial”, and calls for “the continued prosecution of those perpetrators of the Srebrenica Genocide who have yet to face justice”.

    As a survivor of the genocide, I consider this resolution a much-needed acknowledgement of what happened, and the proposed day of remembrance – a crucial act of preserving the memory of the fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, sons, daughters, grandparents, and other people we loved, who were violently and cruelly taken away from us.

    As their existence and our suffering are constantly denied, and their torturers and murderers are celebrated, this resolution gives hope that their remains will be found and that those responsible for our suffering will be brought to justice. This is crucial for the reconciliation and healing processes, and it is a necessary step for the prevention of future genocides.
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    More: https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2...enocide-denial
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    The United Nations General Assembly declared July 11 an international day of remembrance
    Never forget 7/11...

    It also condemns denial of the massacre
    Hmmm. Why does that sound familiar? Seems like such thought crimes should also have a stiff penalty.

    The Balkans war was extremely important. It was basically the opening battle in a war that is still being fought today, the war to destroy all of the nations in the world. Somewhat coincidentally, it could be called an effort to Balkanize the entire world, leaving no opposition to the global plutocratic kleptocracy.

    So, just to take a guess, this is aimed at Russia, in hopes of possibly opening a new front in the war on Russia.
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    The Biden administration has been doing things that are political suicide the past 4 years.
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