Here it comes.
For starts, cooperative Serbia and the B&H entity they claim (as one of last parts of Greater Serbian project still remotely possible in their delusional minds) will have to find a way to take this kind of their understanding of human rights into EU:
Women of Srebrenica wanted to place flowers at two killing fields, commemorating the massacre. (Massacre of 8,000 Bosniaks, committed by Serbian paramilitary forces, better known as chetniks, who were directly supported, coordinated and supplied by JNA, former Yugoslavian army, controlled illegally by Serbian leadership.)
These women with flowers in their hands were stopped by Bosnian Serb police forces and wire fence.
Because this is how you keep human rights intact, this is how you cooperate with surviving neighbours whose husbands and sons you genocided? Apparently.
Women of Srebrenica could not be stopped, they cut the wire and pushed their way to the places where they placed flowers as they planned and announced.
Several unarmed women were injured and Hatidža Mehmedović was beaten by Serbian police.
Why they, unarmed women, were denied announced, peaceful entrance to the killing sites? Who authorized Bosnian Serb police to beat women who wanted to place flowers at the sites where their men were executed?
18 years after Serbrenica massacre, but only few days after judge Meron – the man whose rulings saved my sanity – overturned the shameful ICTY ruling according to which Karadžić was not guilty of genocide.
All Karadžić talked about was genocide, all his ghouls were doing was attempted genocide and now they get to stop their victims from placing flowers and on top of it all, lecture people on the Internet about human rights?
Princess, you better take that tiara off for a while, it apparently does funny things to the blood flow to your brain.
Edited by Helen of Annoy, 13 July 2013 - 04:26 PM.