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The dissolution of Yugoslavia and the civil war - new perspective

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posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 08:13 AM

And it covers the happenings after the civil war, including the NATO bombing of Serbia, war on kosovo, and much more...

Recently I came across this wonderful documentary that covers the destruction of Yugoslavia and the civil war that came along with it.

If you think you knew what was going on in Balkan during the '90, this documentary will provide the other side which was not reported by any western mainstream media.

It's a two-hour documentary, it covers so much information.

The people who were leading the republics during that time did not want peace. Alija Izetbegovic, Franjo Tudjman and Slobodan Milosevic were all warmongers who wished for war.

It provides evidence that the west wanted for a civil war to happen. Shows proof that the west( Germany in particular ) has been giving weapons to Croatia.

Ante Markovic warned the US before the war started that Yugoslavia needed financial help, and asked for a billion dollar loan, which the US refused. Then, Bush stated that the republics who declare independence over Yugoslavia would get the American help.

It just shows how nothing that happens on a political scene does not happen by accident. It is always inspired and helped by someone else. In this case, the west.

Allegedly, Bill Clinton said that the price of NATO intervention on the side of Bosnians would be 5,000 killed muslims.

Then it follows the NATO bombing of Serbia.

I highly recommend everyone to watch this documentary.

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posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 11:32 AM
I'm surprised nobody wants to talk about this

posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 11:39 AM
a reply to: Nikola014

I didn't watch documentary, maybe later I will. But I don't need to watch it to understand.

I do believe that some people made money but they were not Croats, BIH or Serb nationality.

Izetbegovic was small fish, milosevic was psychopath and tudjman wanted Croatia.

In short description: Croatia left Yugoslavia, but Serbs in Croatia didn't like that so they fight back with aid from JNA (Yugoslavian national army).

But Serbs in Croatia did not want Croats to stay at the land they occupied so they perform genocide.

If this documentary us claiming other things then don't waste your time, it us fiction.

posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 12:09 PM
a reply to: saadad

How can you understand something, if you don't have all the information?

Second, yes, you are right that some people made money. The documentary covers it quite well. It shows how the socialist country that was Yugoslavia was transformed into capitalism. Shows how did the companies of former Yugoslav republics, were first destroyed and then sold to mostly American, Austrian and German banks and businesses. You can clearly see the process of once independent country, falling apart to a couple of small countries and how they became the slaves of the world bank.

Did you know that the debt of Yugoslavia was 13.8 billion, and the mmf did not want to loan money because they thought this debt was already huge? And the combined debt of the countries that were once Yugoslavia is around 180 billion? And yet, mmf still agrees to give out loans which will lead to more debt etc...

And you are wrong. There was a ethnic cleansing done by Franjo Tudjman. More than half a million Serbs were transported back to Serbia. In this documentary, you can hear Franjo Tudjman talking about it.

You should seriously watch the documentary and at least hear the other side. If anything, you will see the process of destruction of one country. You can relate the things that had been going on during the '90 here, to what's going on now in some countries.

This documentary is not a waste of time. It will provide you with evidence that you probably have not seen before in the west.
Overall, this documentary will explain everything that has been going on since the '90 to now here, on Balkan.
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posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 12:14 PM
a reply to: xuenchen

It's somewhat understandable. Only true history lovers will find this interesting. That's why I put this thread right here.

You can't expect an average western citizen to care about some small countries. The only time they will react is when it's bombing time. When someone needs to be bombed.

I'm kidding.
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posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 12:22 PM
a reply to: Nikola014

Yea tydjnan transported them back to Serbia because of their safety. But Serbs transported Croats to grave.

I agree with you on many points and like I said I don't need to watch it I know how things are. I just don't agree on why war started. Because Croats wanted they country for more than 100 years and those corporations did not egzust then. But I agree they used the war to get their agenda. But also this is not over yet, Croatia is still being exploited.

Not sure how are things in Serbia but I think something is cooking.

posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 12:33 PM
a reply to: saadad

Would like to hear more about Serbians killing Croatians. Do you mean on anything specific or?

Well, actually, Tudjman "sent" them back not because of their safety, but because Serbs had equal rights in Croatia. Which meant, he could not make any decision without consent of the Serbian community living there. I mean, how can you think sending 500,000 people is for their own safety? Not to mention that more than 10,000 had been killed.

The war started because the west decided so. That's the only reason.

Did you know that Izetbegovic had the chance to stop the war in Bosnia if only he had signed the treaty that would divide Bosnia to three parts? Who do you think advised him not to do so? The American ambassador.

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posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 12:46 PM
a reply to: Nikola014

Serbs that lived in Croatia at start of war mass murderer many civilians. After Croatia overtake their territory many Serbs left because many of then were killing Croats at start of war. And yes there must be some retaliation by Croats and that us normal in war were invader were brutally killing your innocent people.

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