Category: Serbia

Documentary film: Testimonies on Repression and Ethnic Cleansing in Kosovo

Documentary film: Testimonies on Repression and Ethnic Cleansing in Kosovo

After finishing his first documentary ”Just a Witness” (2016) that gives account of the Albanian ethnic cleansing of Roma people in Kosovo, ethnic cleansing that was supported by NATO troops, the author Milenko Srećković continues his work of recording testimonies of the victims of Great-Albanian fascism in Kosovo. Here you can see how to support the filming of the documentary. […]

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Human Rights Censorship in Albania

Human Rights Censorship in Albania

The only documentary film festival that has so far refused to screen the film ”Just a Witness” depicting NATO and Albanian terror done to the minorities in Kosovo is International Human Rights Film Festival in Albania. The film ”Just a Witness” mainly consists of the interview with American author and human rights activist Paul Polansky who speaks about ethnic cleansing […]

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Zones of exploitation

Zones of exploitation

By Milenko Srećković Serbian economic policy for the last fifteen years has persistently and primarily relied on foreign investments as the best, and often the only solution to widespread unemployment. This policy is also responsible for the establishment of the “free zones”: territories of some Serbian municipalities where corporations have been granted special privileges for starting production and opening new […]

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Why US’s “collateral damage” and “errors” are not a war crime?

Why US’s “collateral damage” and “errors” are not a war crime?

BELGRADE – Many innocent civilians were killed in American military interventions around the world – from Vietnam and Serbia to Iran and Afghanistan, because of the alleged “errors” or “collateral damage” – without consequences for civil and military leadership. In addition to political, military and every other power, Americans secured itself with legal mechanisms. Twenty-two civilians, wounded and doctors, among […]

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In Today’s World Sovereignty Is Not Tolerated

In Today’s World Sovereignty Is Not Tolerated

Interview: JOHN PILGER, war correspondent, journalist and filmmaker. As in Greece today, German economic power played a major role in the dismemberment of Yugoslavia – in encouraging Croatia to break away. John Pilger, world-famous war correspondent, journalist and documentarian, started his career as war correspondent back in the time of the Vietnam War. He was born in 1939 in Australia […]

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