H/t reader squodgy:
“Not that the NATO run US Military need real excuses to disrupt/destroy/invade/manipulate sovereign nations, but some may recall the former Yugoslavia, broken up after Tito’s death and collapse of USSR, into roughly seven smaller countries in their own right.
The largest, Serbia was being challenged by invading Muslims from Albania wanting to claim their own new State in Serbia. This wasn’t acceptable to the proud Serbians, who understandably fought against it.
World Politicians took the side of the Muslims and attacked Serbia leading, as usual to the big mess normally associated with American intervention.
It doesn’t take much yhought processing to see the similarity here with the Soros engineered and funded immigration of Muslim “Refugees” and “Terrorists/Rebels” into EU Countries with similar pride of population.
So it is reasonable to expect the stupid American Military will be used against the native people of proud European Countries to force the immigrant dilution and destruction of tradition upon them.
Twenty years after the American fuck up, the Serbs in the now predominantly Muslim enclave of Bosnia (formerly part of Serbia, (taken from the Serbs forcibly by the illustrious UN)) are holding a referendum over a formerly Serbian State National Holiday Celebration which the UN run “Courts” have banned because it discriminates against “Non Serbs in Serbia”.
Doh! You can’t make this up.Another powder keg getting warm again, but at least the Military Industrial Complex & the Jackals will be rubbing their hands.”
BANJA LUKA, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — Bosnian Serbs on Sunday voted in a referendum banned by the country’s constitutional court, risking Western sanctions against their autonomous region and criminal charges against their leaders.
The vote was whether to keep Jan. 9 as a holiday in Republika Srpska, commemorating the day in 1992 that Bosnian Serbs declared the creation of their own state, igniting the ruinous 1992-95 war. It comes despite the top court’s ruling that the date, which falls on a Serb Christian Orthodox religious holiday, discriminates against Muslim Bosniaks and Catholic Croats in Bosnia.
Authorities said turnout was between 56 and 60 percent. Preliminary results after 30.76 percent of the ballots were counted say 99.8 percent of the voters were in favor of the holiday. The vote has raised tensions and fears of renewed fighting as Bosniaks and Croats see the referendum as an attempt to elevate the Serb region above the country’s constitutional court. It is also a test for a more serious referendum that Bosnian Serb leaders have announced for 2018 — one on independence from Bosnia. Continue reading »