Sarajevo – City Council of Sarajevo decided to support the initiative built ” proper memorial”to late US diplomat Richard Holbrooke in the city of Sarajevo.
The initiative was launched by deputy chairman of the City Council , Miro Lazovic.
As FENA reports, at the session of the City Council of Sarajevo held yesterday, city councilor Lazovic sent the initiative to obtain proper memorial to Richard Holbrook., for his (quote): ‘selfless engagement during the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina in achieving the Dayton Peace Agreement, which , (the West claims), established peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina.’
The initiative was supported by the Assembly and thus passed to the City Council.
Richard Holbrooke was an American diplomat, one of the creators of the Dayton Agreement, which in November 1995 ended the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In addition, he played an important role in the negotiations with Slobodan Milosevic 1998. in behalf of secessionists (Croats and Bosnian Muslims).
Shall the monument as appreciation big enough to hide these victims, Serb civilians.
The diplomat represented interests of the United States and the parties they supported in Yugoslavia, as well as during the criminal negotiations between Serbia and Albanian terrorists ( supported by Americans) in Rambouillet.
Richard Holbrook with Albanian Islamofascists from so called KLA.
In 2009 President Barack Obama appointed him a special envoy to Afghanistan. He died on 13 December 2010 at the age of 69 years.
Who was Richard Holbrooke and why did he deserved such an honour? One doesn’t have to search too much to find out where such glory comes from… Vietnam, Indonesia, East timor, Wall Street… and Balkans. The destruction of Yugoslavia, and that,s actually, the top and highlight of Holbrooke’s diplomatic career:
“During his service in Germany, Holbrooke was a heavy promoter of a more powerful NATO and military intervention in Bosnia. Holbrooke served as a Chairman on The American Academy in Berlin along with Henry Kissinger and Richard von Weizsäcker. Bloody conflicts were triggered with imperialist aid throughout the whole of Yugoslavia, starting with Slovenia, Croatia and by 1992, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Soon enough, in 1995, Richard Holbrooke would become a semi-household name for being the chief architect of the Dayton Peace Accords, which the West has claimed ended the Bosnian War. Since then, he has been celebrated in the mainstream media as helping to end the bloody civil war. In fact, the Yugoslav Wars took place amid the rise of nationalism and the imperialist economic and social pressure on the dominating Yugoslav bourgeoisie, in which Holbrooke himself had no small role.
Bloody legacy in Bosnia: Over 3 500 Serbs, victims in Srebrenica area that no one wants to know about. Killed by those who are erecting the monument.
In the context of a violent ethnic conflict, Richard Holbrooke oversaw the illegal smuggling of enormous shipments of weapons to Bosnia using mammoth C-130 American military planes, despite a supposed international arms embargo. These shipments included small arms, anti-tank weapons, ammunition and explosives. During the Clinton administration this was compared with Reagan’s Iran-Contra scandal. Soon the newly-independent states in Yugoslavia became a haven for foreign capital.
The unpunished war crime – op. Storm, joint US, Croatian criminal enterprise
Holbrooke also encouraged Croatian President Franjo Tudjman to embark on the bloody “Operation Storm” in August 1995, which cost thousands of lives, drove hundreds of thousands of ethnic Serbs from the region and was carried out with intelligence, training and planning from “retired” US military advisors.
Small with the mighty, bestial when mighty – an typical Kosovo Albanian kissing poster of then US pres. George W. Bush
In his 1998 memoir of the Yugoslav Wars, To End a War, he claimed that the United States and NATO were late in responding to alleged atrocities by the Bosnian Serbs. Yet, ironically, according to recently-indicted former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžić, Holbrooke personally offered him immunity from persecution for war crimes if he disappeared. A recent study by Purdue University shows he may be right as others have come forward and backed his claims.
Richard Hoolbrooke with Kosovo Albanian PM in occupied Kosovo i Metohija, Hashim Taci
~ Those we glorify are the mirror of ourselves. !
Bill Clinton monument in Bill Clinton Boulevard, Pristina, occupied territories, Kosovo i Metohija
This makes Richard Holbrooke the third us offoicial with monument erected in his honour, after Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, who were ‘honored’ by Albanians both in Albania and Serbian temporary occupied province of Kosovo i Metohija.