You Can Help Dr. Srdja Trifkovic

by 1389 on February 27, 2011

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Canada Feels the Heat

Originally published at Gates of Vienna. Reprinted with permission.

We just received the following message from Dr. Srdja Trifkovic concerning his banishment from Canada on Thursday. He’s asking as many people as possible to protest what happened by writing emails to politicians and the media in Canada:

I am unable to send individual notes to my friends who have been kind enough to express their support after I was refused entry into Canada last Thursday.

Many have kindly offered to help. I would greatly appreciate if you did, not just as a gesture of support for me personally but also in defense of liberty and common decency. If you have a few minutes to spare please send a letter with your comments to:

Please forward this message to anyone else who in your opinion may be willing to help.

Once again, my heartfelt thanks for your help and support.

Srdja Trifkovic


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1 DvDH February 28, 2011 at 2:53 pm

The attempt of lobbying by the Serbian nationalist dispora is rather imense but still does not hide the simple fact that it is based on racism, bigotry and violence.

Somehow when the elements of political Serb nationalism collapsed (justifiably) instead of accepting their dark and sordid past, they simply continue to deny events and instead push their ugly line of hate.

2 1389 February 28, 2011 at 3:21 pm

Your comment says far more about YOU than it says about me or about the Serbian people.

Your comment itself is the purest example of “racism and bigotry” – against the Serbian people – that anyone could possibly come up with. We do not have a “dark and sordid past,” nor do we push an “ugly line of hate,” which is exactly what you are doing in this comment. And as far as “violence” is concerned, Serbs have defended themselves (and, by the way, defend Jews) using military force as any nation and people has every right to do. Shame on you for attempting to blood-libel us.

Please confine yourself to the truth. If you are here simply to hate on the Serbs, on Orthodox Christians in general, on Slavic peoples, or on the 1389 Blog team – or if someone is PAYING you to spew this madness – please take your business elsewhere. We do not have the time to waste to engage in endless battles of wits with the unarmed.

If you leave any more comments like this, they will go directly into the spam bin without notice.

Read this before commenting any further:

1389 Blog Comment Policy

Oh, and by the way, I noticed that your IP address is from a server in Morocco. It makes little sense for you to be talking, in your other comments, about voting in Dutch elections!

3 Milan February 28, 2011 at 10:46 pm

As our father of our Serb nationalism Dobrica Cosic stated for his fellow Serbs“”We Serbs lie to deceive ourselves, to console others, we lie for mercy, let us not fear, to encourage, to hide our and others’ misery, lie on behalf of fairness. We lie because freedom. A lie is a form of our patriotism and the proof of our innate intelligence. We lie creatively, imaginatively, inventively. ”

Dobrica Cosic: a member of SASA, in his novel “division”

In addition we started the petition to kick out Dr. Trifkovic out of the US due to the fact that he openly denies the genocide and holocaust and for being Anti-Sematic which is punishable by the US law. Also, to add that he was an advisor to the convicted war criminal Biljana Plavsic… As far as US constitution he is violating the US laws.
Milan Martic

4 1389 February 28, 2011 at 11:49 pm

Dobrica Cosic may have lied, but Serbs who are not part of the pro-Western political elite tell the truth. And don’t you ever forget it!

Cosic is anything but a “father of our Serb nationalism” – whatever that is supposed to mean. Nearly every modern-day Yugoslav and/or Serb political figure (or at least the surviving ones) are sellouts. They have had to sell out, and they very often tell lies that defame the Serbs, simply because, had they not done so, they would all have been dragged off to The Hague on trumped-up charges, never to return, or they would simply have been assassinated.

And what do you think you are doing, quoting a novel in order to defame an innocent man? Shame on you!

Biljana Plavsic made the mistake of trying to make a deal with the kangaroo court in The Hague. Any deal that a Serb makes with any NATO-controlled or US-controlled institution is a devil’s bargain, at best. Just because someone was wrongly convicted in a show trial means nothing.

The sole purpose of The Hague was to muzzle all Serbs who still live in the Balkans, so as to prevent any of them from telling the truth about how the entire Serbian people was sacrificed in order to appease the Muslims following the ill-conceived first Gulf War. No matter that this appeasement was doomed to fail – the names and reputations of US and EU politicians and media figures must be protected from the opprobrium that they so richly deserve, and will someday get.

Only in the Diaspora are Serbs more or less free to tell the truth about our people.

There is no evidence anywhere that Dr. Trifkovic is anti-Semitic. Nor will we allow you or anyone else to kick him out of the US.

Oh, and by the way, you gave your name as “Milan Martic” but your message came from milan.stanojevic@yahoo.com with an IP address from Rogers Communications in Canada. Who are you, or more to the point, who do you think you are? You are certainly no authority on US law or the US Constitution.

5 DvDH March 1, 2011 at 7:12 am

[Repetitive, unsubstantiated allegations deleted by blog admin 1389]

…By the way, yes I am living and working in Morocco, as are tens of thousands of French and other Europeans. I should remind you that there is also a thing called postal-voting and I have every right in the world to talk about elections in my own country – I suggest you attempt to be logical.

6 DvDH March 1, 2011 at 7:57 am

If your objective is to avoid criticism on certain subjects by deleting them – to hide them in fact – you succeed in only putting scorn on your own blog site.

It is my opinion that there is an element in Serbian politics and nationalism that avoids, finds excuses and attempts to justify that period known as the Bosnian conflict. I am in the majority here and if you wish to cut it, rather than discuss or debate it, then as I said it reflects more on you than myself.

You can easily and simply say you disagree. The reality is that this is the reason that Trifkovic was banned and I noticed nobody bothered to mention it but rather simply attacks “around it”.

I have no beef with Serbs and I have had very good times and enjoyed my trips to Belgrade in the early 80s. It is very sad when there are elements who are unable to both be proud and critical of their own national pasts. I am proud Dutch and yet I can put scorn on its current political system, its sorded history as colonial powers, but yet I am the first to stand up to my Dutchness, my well documented family history in Rotterdam and those distant members of my family that I can even read about in Wikipedia.

When Milosovic and Kradjic are shunned and condemned by its own people, elements of recent history viewed for the ugliness that it was, and acknowledged – then I believe Serbian people can stand up even taller and prouder and good for them!

7 DTod March 1, 2011 at 3:25 pm

To DvDH:
In response to your comment: “The reality is that this is the reason that Trifkovic was banned”…

Firstly, do you know what the IRGC is? Who its spokesperson is affiliated to? How come when you read the press release on their site following the incident, http://www.instituteforgenocide.ca/press-release-of-the-institute-for-research-of-genocide-canada-srdjan-trifkovic-has-not-been-allowed-to-get-into-canada/ the author, Emir Ramic, congratulates the Bosnian Muslims in the West for protecting the interests of B&H and Bosniaks everywhere, but oddly enough, you would expect the author to rejoice in having defended the principles and values that built Canada and not the Islamic interests of this so-called “Institute”.

This institute claims to defend truth and justice, but it fabricated the charges brought against Dr Trifkovic that led to his expulsion from Canada by the Vancouver Immigration Authorities. The Institute claims that he was a senior official in the service of the Bosnian Serb Government, which is far from the truth! How is it that he was never charged for any crime, or that he even went before the Lower House of the Canadian Parliament to testify on Kosovo in 2000, or that he appeared in front of the Hague Tribunal as an expert witness and not as a defendant! Interesting enough that Dr Trifkovic’s credentials were not even verified before he was packed back on a place to the USA. Doesn’t that raise any suspicions to you? Can you actually sit here and write a response that condones the actions of this so-called Institute which serves as a front for the promotion of Islamic interests in Canada?!?

Let’s look at Professor Emir Ramic’s affiliations shall we. He openly supports Ilija Jurisic, a Bosnian war criminal who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for attacking a Yugoslav Army column in Tuzla killing at least 51 people and wounding 50. Ramic also strongly supported Rasim Delic, a Bosnian Muslim general, in charge of the Mujahedeen division of “El Mujahid” during the Bosnian war, who was found guilty by the Hague Tribunal on the charge for failure to prevent or punish the cruel treatment of twelve captured Serb soldiers in the village of Livade and in the Kamenica camp (three incidents between 1993 and 1995).

Imagine then the countless other accusations brought against us, our leaders, our very existence as a people!
Look at what the lies and the PR campaigns have reduced the Balkans to! How can you not see the patterns that have been woven by Western interests in this shattered region? And what is most striking is that these very powerful interests make no attempt to hide their intentions… just because the mainstream media does not report it, does not mean that it did not happen!!!

8 Gladys March 1, 2011 at 3:53 pm

I can but hope that the kind of treatment that happened to Dr, Trifkovic does not filter south to the U.S.A.
I agree with the comment by “Andersm”: “We welcome immigration but we need to close the door to stealth invaders who would remake our society in their own image.”

9 1260 March 1, 2011 at 11:38 pm

FOR D-TOd

I am not sure if you are a Serb or now.However, please read Memorandum of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA) was published in the 1986th year and that everything was made ready to start forming a Great Serbia and start the war aggression against Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia…Read the names in teh Sebian SANU and you willsee the name of the father of teh Serb Nationalisam Dobrica Cosic..
And this is how the father of Serbian nationalism describes his fellow Serbs
“We Serbs are a lie to deceive ourselves, to console others, we lie for mercy, let us not fear, to encourage, to hide our and others’ misery, lie on behalf of fairness. We lie because freedom. A lie is a form of our patriotism and the proof of our innate intelligence. We lie creatively, imaginatively, inventively. ”

Dobrica Cosic: a member of SASA, in his novel “division”

these are the facts and when you try to defend something that cannot be defended then you look like a full.

Blog admin 1389 replies: Incorrect. Cosic was not on the committee that wrote the memorandum. The memo was not a battle plan for aggressive wars against anyone, but rather, it was about all of the evils that had been suffered by Serbs at the hands of the Communist regime. Though the memorandum was substantially CORRECT, Serb politicians of that era felt compelled to reject it, on account of all of the Communist-era propaganda about “brotherhood and unity” (always at the expense of the Serbs). They were wrong to do that; their trust in their neighbors and in the rest of the world was sadly misplaced. I, blog admin 1389, personally support that memorandum. So if you disagree with it, your quarrel is with ME, a Serbian-American, and not with any political figure in the former Yugoslavia or in Serbia. I most certainly DO support Serb nationalism. Serbs have the same right to a homeland that includes historic Serb lands and peoples, and to defend their own interests, as anyone else has. If you don’t like that, too bad!

It is also disgraceful for you to quote from a NOVEL for the purpose of defaming an innocent man. If Cosic (or one of his fictional characters) chose to say or imply, in a work of fiction, that he lies, or that other Serbs lie, that is a very flimsy basis for smearing an entire people. If that’s the best you can come up with as evidence against Dr. Trifkovic, you might as well give up right now.

By the way, you are the same as Milan Martic/Stojanovic who posted earlier.

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