First, I found out that BitChute also blocks videos showing combat operations in videos made by Russians. Rumble did not, at least so far, so in the future I will stick with Rumble to post “politically incorrect” or otherwise “offensive” videos. Still, the only viable solution here is to have a video hosting service in a sovereign country.
Next, I cannot go into details here and now, but this is something very interesting: the GreyZone reports about “Declassified intelligence files expose inconvenient truths of Bosnian war“. For the original source for this info, please see here.
At the time of the NATO war against the Serbian nation I was working for the UN Institute for Disarmament Research, a kind of a UN think tank for the Conference of Disarmament. While this institute was not part of UNPROFOR, we had access to internal UNPROFOR documents. Furthermore, at that time I also had access to classified documents from the Swiss Strategic Intelligence Service. Finally, and unbeknownst to my various bosses, I also had personal friends who were Serbs and Russians with access to all sorts of interesting info. In other words, at the time I *knew* for a fact that the media was lying about this war and I can now personally confirm the following (though I cannot offer any proof):
- The bombings of the Markale market in Sarajevo were false flag operations and the UNPROFOR specialists in the field saw through the propaganda and reported that up the chain of command which, of course, classified and ignored these reports.
- The “Srebrenica genocide” never happened, but scores of Muslims did get killed, most while retreating through the woody hills towards Gorazde and in some cases there were executions of POW, the latter were ordered by CIA plants in the Milosevic administration. It was a carefully prepared PSYOP to give the West a reason to attack for “humanitarian reasons”, the same role MH17 fulfilled years later.
- The (in)famous Racak massacre never happened. The EU monitors quickly realized that and they did report this up their own chain of command which, of course, classified and ignored these reports. Except that some of these folks were friends of mine and told me the truth :-) What actually happened was a gun battle between KLA terrorists and Serbian units.
- Just like in the Ukraine today, the West pumped a lot of money, weapons and “volunteers” into Bosnia, in direct violation of plenty of UNSC Resolutions. The entire UN was hijacked, which was made especially easy with clowns like Eltsin or Kozyrev sitting in the Kremlin.
- When NATO and the Croats attacked the UNPAs in Croatia, the UNPROFOR forces were ordered by their respective national commands to step aside and not interfere. The Serbs had agreed to give over their heavy weapons and be placed under the “protection” of the UN. We all know what happened after that.
- NATO provided aircraft to bring in hundreds of flights of al-Qaeda terrorists into Bosnia, working hand in hand with Turkey and, alas, Iran (Iran’s stance on Bosnia is, in my opinion, the worst mistake ever made by the Islamic Republic who did not have the courage to resist the hysterics in the Muslim world triggered by US PSYOPs).
- EU “observers” were mostly officers of Western intelligence agencies. The same goes for a lot of personnel in the so-called “humanitarian” organizations, especially MSF. And, of course, this is also true for many “journalists”. Still, while some of them *did* very honestly report what they saw, many were simply collecting intelligence and even participating in covert support for the Wahhabis in Bosnia (and Chechnia, by the way).
Why is this important today? Because we have many of the same actors operating in the Ukraine and elsewhere. A perfect example would be the EU or IAEA “observers”. Here is the deal: those “monitors” and “observers” who do an honest job of reporting what they see will have their reports tossed down the memory hole and they will be silenced because they cannot reveal state secrets or make classified info public (Snowden anybody?) As for the rest of them, I am referring to intelligence officers collecting info or, worse, aiding the terrorists, their actions are, by definition, harmful.
For these reasons I think that Russia should kick out any and all Western (Zone A) “observers” and not collaborate with any AngloZionist controlled agencies such as the IAEA, the OPCW, any and all EU bodies/organizations, any Western “aid” organizations, etc. etc. etc.
Furthermore, I also think that Russia, China and Iran should create a multi-national observer battalion ready to be deployed in combat areas which involve Russian, Chinese or Iranian interests. Further down the road, these three countries could invite other countries, but only if their national leaders have true sovereignty and are not comprador administrators for their colonial masters.
We should also understand the role of the likes of Izetbegovic, Guaido, Tikhanovskaia or, for that matter, “Ze”: their function is NOT to seek the best for their people, but it is to justify an endless war.
The truth about the AngloZionist war on the Serbian nation will, eventually, trickle out. In fact, even during the war, some observers (I think of Michel Collon here, but there are others) did write very good and truthful accounts of what was taking place, they were just simply ignored by the official state propaganda (aka the “free press”). However, just as with the case of the Gulf of Tonkin incident, JFK, 9/11 and so many other false flags, that truth will come way too late to remedy anything. Folks in the West are so used to lies, that they accept them as some kind of inevitable side effect of politics. We do, indeed, live in a post-truth society, at least those of us in Zone A.
As usual, I will share some “music for the week-end” with you.
First, Joe Pass and Oscar Peterson play “If” live:
Next, Joanie Madden interprets “Simple Praise”
Next, Andrey Korolev interprets “At home amongst strangers”
Finally, Evgeny Zarafiants interprets one of my favorite compositions of one of my favorite composers: Prelude Op.16 – No.4 in E flat minor by Alexander Scriabin: