The Yugoslav Wars: Story of Serbian Genocide Still Remains Untold
According to the expert, another fact that should be known about Srebrenica is that most of the victims were killed during the battle for Srebrenica and belonged to the 28th Division of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Army.
"And the third important fact which West and British resolution does not mention, is that from 1992 to 1995 in Srebrenica and surrounding villages around 3,500 Serbs were killed — mostly peaceful civilians, including women, children and elderly people," the expert underscored.
Srebrenica Victims Numbers Exaggerated
Numbers of Srebrenica victims has been dramatically exaggerated by the West, the expert pointed out. And that is not all.
She also pointed to the fact that the British sponsors of the resolution have remained silent about that fact that a substantial number of foreign Islamists had been fighting together with the Bosnian army against Serbs.
The Untold Story of the Genocide of Serbs
While the West is placing the burden of responsibility for the Yugoslav Wars on Serbs, it was the Serbian nation who is the greatest victim of these military conflicts.
According to Trifkovic we can draw clear parallels between the demonization of the Serbs started in the 1990s and the current demonization of Russians in full accordance with the notorious Goebbels method "Tell a lie a hundred times and it becomes the truth".
For the US and the EU "these victims are just collateral damage in the way of achieving the objectives for the imperial West," Dragana Trifkovic noted, adding the West is still considering Serbs "a disturbing factor," which may potentially undermine the Western geostrategic plans in the Balkans.