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Lukiceva promocija knjige

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on January 1, 2016 by visegrad92

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Knjiga zlikovca promovisana na Gradskom trgu

Narod – da, baš narod, koji produkuje ovakve štampane stvari, piše, tumači, lektoriše, štampa, prodaje ih u centru glavnog grada svoje države, smešta zločince na ovaj način u kolektivno sećanje, tako da njihova „istina“ postaje dozvoljena, u najgorem slučaju kao jedan mogući pogled na svet. Taj je narod, voljom svojom i svojih vladara, stavio sebe van zakona, odmetnuo se od univerzalnih humanističkih principa, kolektivno zabasavši u anticivilizacijski mrkli mrak iz kojeg i ne želi da izađe

Gradska skupština Valjeva uskratila je prostor Srpskoj radikalnoj stranci koja je želela da u velikoj sali lokalnog parlamenta promoviše knjigu ratnog zločinca Milana Lukića pod nazivom „Ispovest haškog sužnja“ uz – ne radujmo se prerano – nesuvislo obrazloženje: na plakatima i u zahtevu za korišćenje prostora bio je, kao autor, naveden Rajko Đurđević, a ne stvarni Milan Lukić. To je nezvanično obrazloženje dato novinarima, a zvanično se, u ime organizatora, javnosti obratio poslanik SRS Zoran Popović: “Autor knjige je Rajko Đurđević koji je uobličio Lukićevu ideju, a zabrana promocije dokaz je da se vlast vraća u vremena zabrana slobodne reči i okupljanja građana”, rekao je Popović na Gradskom trgu, na kojem su, pred nekoliko desetina pristalica njegove stranke govorili Đurđevuć i Antonije Đurić, predstavljen kao književnik.

Izjava poslanika sadrži dve laži – prema katalogizaciji Narodne biblioteke autor knjige je Milan Lukić, ime lucidnog uobličavača ideje nigde se ne pominje, mada prozirne laži, morbidne stilske avanture, izvesna neslaganja u rodu, broju i padežu, gramatika zasenjena goropadnošću najvećeg monstruma među srpskim zločincima, banalnost u opisima, nerazrešene dramske situacije – ukazuju na Đurđevića. Pre svega, prva rečenica u knjizi (posavetujte se sa lekarom ili farmaceutom): „Početak krvavog rata naroda bio je komičan“.

Đurđevića posvećeniji čitaoci pamte iz vremena fašističke „Duge“ koja je okupljala i Branu Crnčevića, Dragoša Kalajića, Milovana Ilića… hoćete još, Boru Đorđevića, Dušana Prelevića, Nebojšu Jevrića, Dragoslava Bokana… E, tih vremena kad se Jevrić tek pripremao za brčkanje u Terezinom bazenu, Đorđević i Prelević za arkanovska krajiška putešestvija, Crnčević za deobu miliona maraka Srba iz dijaspore, Kalajić i Bokan već prakticirali pisačku potporu mržnji prema Zapadu… Svi će netom postati nezaobilazni u patriotskom angažmanu punom krvi, uslediće vreme u kojem će predstavljati zvaničnu, agresorsku Srbiju, ideološku glavu hidre koja beskompromisno uništava svaku normalnost.

Netačno je, takođe, da vlast zabranjuje pisanu reč: knjigu je zlikovac štampao u zlikovačkoj državi („Grafoprint“, Gornji Milanovac, 2011.) u tiražu od deset hiljada primeraka – krupan posao za malu firmu, 18 zaposlenih, milion i pedesetak hiljada dinara gubitka u 2010. – a prvi je put promovisana u Patrijaršijskom domu na Vračaru, uz prisustvo popova iz Hrama svetog Save. Eto radikala kao Atinjana na Gradskom trgu i to je demokratija, ali zbog zabune; u prevodu, neka je opštinska jajara čula da oko te knjige „nešto ima“, a nije smela da pita ni šta, ni gde, ni kako, ovako je lakše, nismo im dali, a konačno, nemamo ni obavezu, nemoj da pukne neka bruka. Pa, i neće, Beta je ovlašćena da saopšti i saopštila, kao i to da je SRS izdavač, što je ranije već demantovano, stranka se izjasnila samo kao pomagač, a u knjizi je i kao autor i izdavač potpisan „sužanj“.

Sve u svemu, knjiga se prodavala za 500 dinara po primerku, 150 manje nego u centru Beograda, na Trgu Marksa i Engelsa, u knjižari poznatoj kao nekadašnja knjižara „Komunista“ koja danas valja najstrašnije tiskovine i svojom istrajnošću na lokaciji koju zauzima dosledno svedoči da joj je, naravno sa odabranim fašističkim i antisemitskim spisima, baš tu i mesto. Na dva koraka od Skupštine Srbije, isto toliko od predsednikovog ofisa – tik uz Ministarstvo kulture.

U Srbiji je Milan Lukić pravosnažno osuđen na 20 godina robije zbog otmice u Mioču (poznata kao otmica u Sjeverinu, opština Priboj) i ubistva 16 otetih Muslimana, državljana Republike Srbije u motelu „Vilina vlas“ u Višegradskoj banji. Lukić je, kao i Oliver Krsmanović i Dragutin Dragićević osuđen na maksimalnu kaznu zbog krivičnog dela ratnog zločina protiv civilnog stanovništva iz člana 142. Krivičnog zakona SRJ. Oni su okrutno zlostavljali otete, o čemu su objavljene i fotografije koje su sačinili Lukićevi saborci iz zlikovačke formacije Vojske Republike Srpske „Osvetnici“, a potom ih poubijali i bacili u Drinu.

I o tome ima ponešto u Lukićevoj nepismenoj kupusari, naravno izmišljotine, čak u poslednjem poglavlju autor, valjda u vrućici zbog toliko ispisanih reči, ili vikarni autor, svejedno, beleži „Ona prva optužba u Beogradu za otimanje voza je propala“. Znamo da nije oteo voz, valjda je autoru svejedno da li je u Drinu bacio voz ili leševe.

U glavi mu zvoni, „Ostaje ova u Hagu. ‘Milan Lukić, Srbin… za nedela protiv čovečnosti… kršenje običaja rata, ubistva, istrebljenja… osuđuje se na doživotnu robiju.’ Iako sam nevin“, piše u knjizi. „To su najgori primeri nečovečnosti koje jedan čovek može da počini prema drugima. Sudsko veće nalazi da je Milan Lukić kriv i osuđuje ga na doživotnu robiju…“, kazaće u Tribunalu jula 2009. Patrik Robinson, predsedavajući sudija u Veću koje je osudilo Lukića.

Deli svoje umovanje Lukić usred Srbije, za razliku od metaka kojima je ubijao nedužne ljude, njegovo pisanije nije plaćeno državnim parama, ili se, možda, kontinuiteta radi, knjiži pod „neplanirani rashodi“. „I kad nas uveče iz zajedničke prostorije uteraju u samice, moja sloboda je u mojim mislima“. Nije ova rečenica sasvim tačna, šira je njegova sloboda, sprečen je da kolje, ali ne i da piše i objavljuje. Gde drugde do u direkciji klaonice.

Ima pravo. Za daleka neka pokoljenja. I u drugim narodima zlikovci su pisali i objavljivali knjige, neke od njih bile su svojevrsni vodiči za masovna uništenja. Malo je, međutim, naroda – slobodna procena nijedan – koji danas imaju dvojicu najstrašnijih zlikovaca među autorima romana, takozvane ispovedne proze. Obojica su u životu, pritom, pitanje je koliko je pripadnika tog naroda čulo baš za obojicu, manje potencijalnih i osposobljenih čitalaca za Milana Lukića, gotovo svi za Milorada Ulemeka.

Narod, da, baš narod, koji produkuje ovakve štampane stvari, piše, tumači, lektoriše, štampa, prodaje ih u centru glavnog grada svoje države, smešta zločince na ovaj način u kolektivno sećanje, tako da njihova „istina“ postaje dozvoljena, u najgorem slučaju kao jedan mogući pogled na svet. Taj je narod, voljom svojom i svojih vladara, stavio sebe van zakona, odmetnuo se od univerzalnih humanističkih principa, kolektivno zabasavši u anticivilizacijski mrkli mrak iz kojeg i ne želi da izađe. Njemu više nisu potrebne ni optužnice, ni poternice, dostavnice, podnesci, odbrane i presude, redovni i vanredni pravni lekovi – on je natovario preteški, nepodnošljivi teret onom svom delu koji ima šta da kaže u odbranu tih principa, delu koji se ne miri s tim da jednako pravo građanstva ima i debata o modalitetima uništavanja nemoćnih.

Imaju nove stranice svoje pisane istine mikrofašisti, taj pojavni oblik života koji se boji sopstvene senke i ponosi Lukićem i Đokovićem; novu odbranu imaju „Čitaj Lukića“.

Pečatao Lukić u Srbiji. Pečatala Srbija sebe.

Italian-Chetnik cooperation in World War Two

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on December 29, 2015 by visegrad92

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Image: An Italian soldier and a local Serb Royalist Soldier (Chetnik) pose for a photograph with the Chetnik flag near Visegrad in 1942.

Ljubomir Tasic awarded by Visegrad Municipality

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2015 by visegrad92

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Image: Dnevni avaz article about Visegrad Mayor Slavisa Miskovic handing the Visegrad award to Ljubomir Tasic.

“On 28 October 2014, The Bosnian state court on Tuesday found Milisavljevic and Pantelic guilty of taking part in the massacre of the 48 men from Visegrad in the Sokolac municipality on June 15, 1992.

The men who died were in a prisoner convoy which left Visegrad on June 14. They were then separated from the other prisoners and taken to the Paklenik pit, where Bosnian Serb police officers and soldiers shot them or beat them to death.

The bodies were then thrown into the pit, from which they were exhumed eight years later.

Only one man, Ferid Spahic, managed to survive and give evidence at the trial. He testified that Milisavljevic took part in the killings.

“The witness said that Milisavljevic was the first man to open fire,” said presiding judge Vesna Jesenkovic.

The convictions were also based on the testimony of bus drivers from the convoy, who said that Milisavljevic and Pantelic were part of the group that took the men to the Paklenik pit.

Even though nobody saw Pantelic shoot prisoners, the judge explained, he was found guilty of “assisting in the murder of civilians”.

A third defendant, Ljubomir Tasic, was cleared of the charges against him.

The judge said that the Bosnian prosecution didn’t provide adequate evidence that Tasic took part in taking the civilian prisoners out of Visegrad. Witnesses only said that Tasic told people to go because he could not protect them, Jesenkovic explained.”
– See more at: http://www.justice-report.com/en/articles/two-bosnian-serbs-convicted-of-visegrad-massacre#sthash.auV1hDbW.dpuf

Oliver Krsmanovic sentenced to 18 years!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 1, 2015 by visegrad92

Former Bosnian Serb Army serviceman Oliver Krsmanovic was sentenced to 18 years in prison for crimes against humanity including the killings and forced disappearances of Bosniaks in Visegrad in 1992.

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Justice Report – BIRN
The state court in Sarajevo on Monday found Krsmanovic guilty on eight counts for taking part in the killings and forced disappearances of Bosniak civilians, as well as other inhumane acts in the eastern Bosnian town of Visegrad during wartime.

The court ruled that Krsmanovic took part in the hijacking and killing of 16 Bosniak civilians travelling from Sjeverin in Serbia on October 22, 1992, and in the killings of eight Bosniak men at the Varda factory in Visegrad earlier that year.

According to the verdict, Krsmanovic, a member of the Second Podrinje Light Infantry Brigade of the Bosnian Serb Army, committed the crimes with Milan Lukic, the leader of a Serb paramilitary unit called the White Eagles, who was sentenced by the Hague Tribunal to life in prison for crimes in Visegrad.

Krsmanovic was also convicted of being responsible for the forced disappearance of a number of civilians, the torture of one Bosniak in Visegrad and beating up a prisoner in the Rasadnik detention camp in 1995.

The court however cleared him of taking part in rapes and torture.

It also said that the prosecution failed to prove that Krsmanovic took part in the burning alive of 80 Bosniak civilians in Bikavac in June 1992.

“The role of the defendant [in the Bikavac killings] was unclear to the chamber,” said presiding judge Darko Samardzic.

The court further acquitted Krsmanovic of two incidents of rape and sexual abuse at the Vilina Vlas Hotel in Visegrad because the witnesses were unsure whether the defendant was the person who assaulted them.

“We believe that the punishment fits the crime and the role of the defendant,” said Samardzic.

“The chamber finds no mitigating circumstances. The fact that the defendant is a family man has no bearing on the crimes. He offered no remorse, but continued to commit crimes,” the judge added.

This verdict can be appealed, while the two-and-a-half years that Krsmanovic spent in custody from 2011 to 2013 will count toward his sentence.

Later this month, he will also stand trial in a separate case in which he is charged alongside nine other Bosnian Serbs with the abduction and killings of 20 passengers seized from a train at a station in Strpci in Bosnia in 1993.

Spomen-obilježje ubijenim Bošnjacima u Dobrunu, Višegrad

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 30, 2015 by visegrad92

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U mjestu Dobrun, dvadesetak kilometara od Višegrada, danas je otvoreno spomen-obilježje za 131 civila bošnjačke nacionalnosti, koja su ubijena početkom proteklog rata u BiH.

Spomen-obilježje kod Careve džamije, prve džamije izgrađene na tlu BiH po dolasku turske vojske, izgradilo je Udruženje „Dobrunjani i prijatelji“, poznatije kao „Dobrun – Stari grad“ , javlja Anadolu Agency (AA).

Prethodno je dobijena saglasnost Vakufske direkcije BiH, kao i dozvole Opštine Višegrad. Prema riječima predsjednika Udruženja Esada Hrustića, bilo je teško prikupiti sve podatke o imenima stradalih, što je rađeno uz pomoć preživjelih članova porodica, a broj ubijenih u napadima nije konačan.

– Naši preci, naša djeca, naša braća i sestre su zaslužili da konačno uradimo ovako nešto. Ponosni smo na to – rekao je Hrustić.

Historija bilježi da su kroz Dobrun prolazili i uglavnom živjeli samo dobri ljudi, a njihova djela se spominju u historiji bosanskoj, kaže predsjednik Medžlisa IZ Višegrad Bilal Memišević.

– Dobre ljude, pitomu zemlju dobrunsku, spominju Evlija Čelebija i svi oni koji su prije njega prolazili kroz Dobrun i pisali o ovom mjestu. Naravno, kroz Dobrun su prolazili i oni koji nisu dobri i zbog njih mi danas i jesmo ovdje, da glasno i jasno u dobrom Dobrunu kažemo da nećemo dozvoliti da nam se iste ili slične stvari u budućnosti događaju – poručio je Memišević.

Predsjednik Skupštine opštine Višegrad Suljo Fejzić kazao je kako su preživjeli izgradnjom ovakvih spomenika prinuđeni pisati istoriju o stradanju svojih najmilijih, jer to na način kako se istorija piše u ovoj državi nije moguće.

– Ovo je naš način da sačuvamo od zaborava sve naše žrtve i ono što nam se desilo u proteklom ratu. Dželatima ovih ljudi ništa nije bilo sveto. Ovi ljudi su ubijeni samo zato što su bili Bošnjaci. Ako mi ne budemo pričali istinu o stradanju Bošnjaka Višegrada, radit će to oni koji nisu bili ni blizu ovim prostorima, ali i dželati i ubice – rekao je Fejzić.

Otvaranju spomen-obilježja prisustvovale su desetine prijeratnih stanovnika Dobruna, ali i povratnici u ovu višegradsku mjesnu zajednicu. Spomen-obilježje otvorila su djeca čiji su roditelji porijeklom iz ovog kraja, a u okviru programa uručene su zahvalnice najzaslužnijima za realizaciju ovog projekta.

(Faktor.ba)
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Nezir Kasapovic

Posted in Uncategorized on August 4, 2015 by visegrad92

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Nezir Kasapovic 1922-1992

Visegrad 1941 : Bosniak girls raped and murdered

Posted in Uncategorized on July 21, 2015 by visegrad92

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Image: Two young girls from Visegrad villages Sase and Gostilja raped and murdered by Serb royalist forces (Chetniks) in 1941.

Ćamka Murtić (village Gostilja) and Safa Halilović (village Sase), raped and slaughtered by Bosnian Serbs from Visegrad, 1941. Picture taken by Sejdo Grabovic. 

Indictment for Visegrad Rape Filed – Nikola Savic

Posted in Uncategorized on July 19, 2015 by visegrad92

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Image: Nikola Savic

Denis Dzidic BIRN BiH Sarajevo

The state prosecution has filed an indictment against Nikola Savic, charging him with rape and theft in the Visegrad area in 1992.
According to the indictment, Savic, a former member of the Bosnian Serb Army, went to Dusce in the Visegrad area in May 1992. He stole jewelry and money from a Bosniak women, and then raped and sexually abused her. He was accompanied by another soldier.

The indictment has been forwarded to the state prosecution for confirmation.
– See more at: http://www.justice-report.com/en/articles/indictment-for-visegrad-rape-filed#sthash.1vsz8YiQ.dpuf

Indictment Against Milan Komad Filed

Posted in Uncategorized on July 19, 2015 by visegrad92

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Image: Milan Komad

Denis Dzidic BIRN BiH Sarajevo

The Bosnian state prosecution has filed an indictment against Milan Komad, a former member of the Bosnian Serb Army, charging him with murder in Visegrad.
Komad has been charged with killing one person in the village of Kosovo Polje in the municipality of Visegrad at the beginning of June 1992.

According to the charges, at the time Kosovo Polje was inhabited by Bosniaks who’d left their homes for security reasons and crossed to the other side of the Drina River as refugees.

“Noticing a person who was hiding in his yard, the defendant came running onto his property and said, ‘Stop.’ Fearing for his life, the person tried to run away. The defendant then fired a shot from an automatic weapon and killed him,” an announcement from the state prosecution read.

Komad is defending himself at liberty. His place of residence is Neum.

The indictment has been forwarded to the Bosnian state court for confirmation.
– See more at: http://www.justice-report.com/en/articles/indictment-against-milan-komad-filed#sthash.U56DM681.dpuf

Bikavac fire massacre anniversary 1992-2015

Posted in Uncategorized on July 19, 2015 by visegrad92

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On June 27, 1992, the eastern town of Visegrad saw 70 of its Bosnian Muslim inhabitants killed by Serb forces. Among the victims there was one-year-old baby.

World Bulletin / News Desk

A sombre ceremony held Saturday has marked the 23rd anniversary of one of the Bosnian War’s most brutal massacres.
On June 27, 1992, the eastern town of Visegrad saw 70 of its Bosnian Muslim inhabitants — including women and children — killed by Serb forces in one incident.
Serb fighters forced their victims into a house before locking the doors and setting the structure ablaze. Those who tried to escape the fire through the windows were shot with automatic weapons.
Among the victims was a one-year-old baby.
Saturday’s ceremony — held at the scene of the massacre — was attended by relatives of those murdered, as well as the Women Victims of War Association.
Esad Tufekcic, whose two young children and wife were killed, said the massacre should never be forgotten.
“What happened here was a tragedy that the human mind cannot understand.
“I still do not understand how a human being could burn a mother with her child in her arms,” said Tufekcic.
President of the Association of Women Victims of War, Bakira Hasecic, said that as part of 23rd anniversary a monument to the victims would be placed in the town.
So far, the International Criminal Court and the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, have sentenced just eight Serb soldiers to prison for crimes committed in Visegrad.
Among the criminals, only Milan Lukic was jailed for life; the other seven defendants have received sentences of between 8 to 30 years.
Many of those thought to be involved in the massacre have never been brought to trial.