Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) February 20, 2012
Author Momcilo Krstic, the title comes from the nineties on Their Destruction and his people in the truth. He successfully represents the human dimension of the tragedy that befell the modern state of Yugoslavia in that decade. For all reports and tapes of these days, it is beyond human intelligence whose lives have been torn in the break which was really a hit or a broken heart.
Crimes against humanity that was imposed on the Serbian people in the world media has painted so that the Serbian people were evil. The Serbs have been characterized and thrown into the shade and they are treated as in World War II Nazis. Krstic attacks against such accusations against the Serbs and it shows the historical process that created the modern Yugoslavia, going into the roots of Western Europe.
Balkanization of the continent has always been at a low position, and not to set rules and have always been in a bad opinion, with support for a war that has caused a national version. This time the civil war deliberately imposed on the Serbs. Muslims are encouraged to achieve what no one has a clear view what, should such plans to achieve in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In Sarajevo, all prepared because there were all the commanding factors. From the oppression of the Turks and the Austro-Hungarian Empire until the present, the Serbian people were ever in trouble.
Sarajevo assassination in 1914 was proof under what conditions the people lived. So the young student was given life in the greatest torment, when he was assassinated on Franz Ferdinand and his wife.
Unfortunately no one has explained or frankly said that the Serbian people oppressed forever because it suits someone. Krstic painfully recounts his memories of his experience as a Serb in the Bosnia-Herzegovinians civil war so that the world may see the truth that has been buried by “humanitarian outrage” and media-generated anti-Serbian sentiment. In the end, the author speaks out against all sorts of outrages in history so that there may not be a repeat of the recent Yugoslavian experience.
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About the Author
Momcilo Krstic was born in the former Yugoslavia in 1951. He lived there until the outbreak of civil in Bosnia-Hercegovina. He is a graduate of Yugoslavia’s college for Foreign Trade. His entire family suffered in that war. His parents are dead and he became a refugee to the United States, residing in Arizona since 1997. The author lived through incarceration by Bosnian Muslims at the infamous camp in Silo Tarcin. Time and talent has given him this opportunity to write of the injustice being done to his people.
The TRUTH * by Momcilo Krstic
Publication Date: February 14, 2012
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