Niti Dodik niti Tadić imaju pravo da izjednačavaju zločin

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Niti Dodik niti Tadić imaju pravo da izjednačavaju zločin

Post by hecimnadri » 16/04/2011 21:10

Presuda Hrvatskim generalima bila je regionalna vijest (numero uno).
Srbijanski i srpski mediji kao i vodeći političari likuju zbog ove enormno visoke presude.
Najviše likuje Milorad Dodik(zaštitnikHrvata u BiH).Ovako glasi jedna od njegovih izjava"Nisu samo srbi vodili rat"
Dodik ovom izjavom želi da relativizira odnosno izjednači krivce ,mada je vrlo dobro znano da je Srbija izvršila agresiju na sve bivše republike SFRJ ,koje su tad bile međunarodno priznate nezavisne države.
Podsjećanja radi :prvo je izvršena agresija na Sloveniju,pa Hrvatsku ,pa R BiH.
Dakle istina je gospodine Dodik da su i drugi vodili rat ,samo što je to bio odbrambeni rat .Nije Slovenija ,niti Hrvatska ,niti BiH napala Srbiju,one su ,morale da brane svoju nezavisnost.
Nemože isto odgovarati onaj koji je napadnut i napadač .
Da nije bilo agresora, rata nebi ni bilo,tako da mnogi zločini nebi bili počinjeni .


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Re: Niti Dodik niti Tadić imaju pravo da izjednačavaju zločin

Post by PipiDugaDevetka » 16/04/2011 22:05

Statement by the US Permanent Representative to the United Nations before the UN Security Council, New York City, May 30, 1992.

Mr. President, the aggression of the Serbian regime and the armed forces it has unleashed against Bosnia and Hercegovina represent a clear threat to international peace and security--and a grave challenge to the values and principles which underlie the Helsinki Final Act, the Charter of Paris, and the UN Charter.

The United States, the European Community [EC], the CSCE [Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe] community, and the UN Security Council, by the action it is taking today, are sending a clear message to the Serbian regime and to the forces it sponsors in Bosnia and Hercegovina and Croatia.

We hope they will fully understand that message. The international community will not tolerate the use of force and terror to settle political or territorial disputes. By its aggression against Bosnia and Hercegovina and Croatia and by its repression within Serbia, the Serbian regime can only condemn itself to increasingly severe treatment by a world united in its opposition to Serbian aggression. My government has already informed both the Security Council and the General Assembly that it does not believe that the authorities in Belgrade represent the continuation of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yougoslavia. I note that many other countries have reserved their position on the continuity issue and quite a few have adopted the same view as we have on this matter. It is, further, my government's strong belief that the Security Council and then the General Assembly should act in the near future to confirm this position.

The Chapter Seven measures we are undertaking today are serious and comprehensive. The United States is determined to see them through and, if necessary, to seek further measures until the Serbian regime changes course. It must reverse its burtal aggression. It must cease and desist from the campaign of terror it is conducting against the civilian populations of Bosnia and Hercegovina and Croatia. The Serbian and Montenegrin leadership must disband, disarm, and withdraw the former units of the Yugoslav National Army and armed militias from Bosnia and Hercegovina and from Croatia immediately. The Serbian regime and its armed surrogates must cease inflicting suffering on the civilian populations of those two states, creating a humanitarian crisis of nightmare proportions, and applying force to block international humanitarian relief to its victims.

Belgrade and Serbian hardline leaders in Bosnia must instead cooperate in good faith with international humanitarian relief to those two states. Belgrade must clearly and unequivocally demonstrate respect for the independence, borders, territorial integrity, and legitimate sovereign Governments of Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatia, and other former Yugoslav republics. Belgrade must fulfill its solemn commitments to cooperate with UNPROFOR [UN Protection Force]. It must joint with all of the parties concerned in continuing negotiations to achieve a political settlement.

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Re: Niti Dodik niti Tadić imaju pravo da izjednačavaju zločin

Post by michio » 16/04/2011 23:26

Nama bi trebalo biti jasno da se radi samo o jednoj epizodi srpskohrvatskog rata za razgranicenje, mada rat je mozda previse ozbiljna rijec za ta desavanja.
Tudjman je jos 1983 za vrijeme najveceg mira prizeljkovao takav razvoj situacije. To je rekao svome tadasnjem advokatu Srdji Popovicu. Ne vidim potrebu za izjednacavanjem kad su obe strane prizeljkivale takav razvoj situacije. Mozda bi najpametnije za zrtve bilo da se odreknu svojih politickih predstavnika.

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