Wednesday, February 24, 2021

HOW BALASEVIC TORTURED ALBANIANS: Greater Serbian hegemony


The public is full of “regional pastors” who are trumpeting about the dangers of “Greater Serbian hegemony”. History, however, is a teacher of life, and it has, we have seen, clearly and unequivocally teaches us that “Greater Serbian hegemony” should be preserved only by Serbs.

Write: Muharem Bazdulj

Knowledge is power and the best gift, and worship, isn’t it, doesn’t look in the teeth. Although the timing is far from ideal and although such insinuations are indecent at the very time when the deceased has not yet cooled down, we have learned that Djordje Balasevic participated in the criminal project of “Greater Serbian hegemony” directed primarily against Albanians in the mid-1980s. in Kosovo by singing the song “Don’t break my dye”, and the Albanians were the biggest, but by no means the only, victims of “Greater Serbian hegemony” at the time when he brutally sang that song.

Let’s see how awful and disgusting that “Greater Serbian hegemony” was. The album “Bezdan” with the song “Ne lomite mi bagrenje” was released in June 1986. A few weeks before the album was released, at the head of the Presidency of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, the most important place in the country, as the symbolic successor of Josip Broza Tita, sida Sinan Hasani, an ethnic Albanian, a member of a national minority which at that time, according to the results of the last census, represented about 7 percent of the population in the SFRY. Sinan Hasani is by no means a symbolic Sejdo Bajramović, he is, in today’s vocabulary, a legitimate representative of the Yugoslav Albanians, as much as possible in a one-party state. When, nearly a quarter of a century later, in the United States, a minority of about 14 percent of the population is elected president for the first time, those who today are trumpeting the “Greater Serbia hegemony” of the 1980s will pee with happiness in pathetic exaltation of admiration a country where that is possible.

After the end of World War II, the percentage of illiterate population in Kosovo was 74 percent. Only twenty-five years later, a university was founded where, after only ten years, more than 26,000 full-time students studied. In the 1980s, at a time when Albanians were victims of “Greater Serbia hegemony” led by George Balasevic, a larger percentage of young people studied there proportionally than anywhere else in Yugoslavia (26 students per thousand inhabitants, compared to 14 per thousand in Slovenia and Croatia).

At the same time, between 120,000 and 150,000 South Slavs live in neighboring Albania, who have absolutely no rights. They have no right to gather in groups of more than five, they cannot communicate with the Yugoslav embassy, ​​they cannot be called by their real name since a decree was issued that “citizens who have inappropriate names from a political, ideological and moral point of view and degrading surnames must replace “, and the second decree changes the Slavic names of the settlements to Albanian.

But yes, it’s Enver Hoxha, it doesn’t matter, and Djordje Balasevic tormented Albanians in Yugoslavia.

There are other statistical indicators of the perniciousness of “Greater Serbian hegemony” for Albanians in Kosovo. According to the 1948 census, there were 68 percent Albanians and 27 percent Serbs in Kosovo. At that time, Balašević was not yet born, so “Greater Serbian hegemony” was led by somewhat more subtle characters such as Slobodan Penezić Krcun and Aleksandar Ranković. The results of their work are clearly visible in 1981, when the percentage of Albanians increased to 77 percent, while the percentage of Serbs dropped to 15 percent.

The victims of “Greater Serbian hegemony” were also Croats. And that can be clearly seen from the statistics. In 1948, there were 14.5 percent Serbs in Croatia. At the last pre-war census (referring to World War II), there were 16.8 percent of them, so it is obvious that the Ustasha genodide reduced their numbers by 2.3 percentage points. It would be expected that “Greater Serbian hegemony” would at least help bring the statistics closer to the previous situation. But, alas, no! In 1981, there were only 11.6 percent Serbs in Croatia according to the census. In percentage terms, it cost them more than thirty years of “Greater Serbian hegemony” than four years of Endeavor.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, as is well known, “Greater Serbian hegemony” was especially callous with Muslims and Bosniaks. Since the census in Bosnia and Herzegovina in general, Serbs and Orthodox have always had a relative majority, followed by Muslims, and finally, as the smallest, Croats. In the midst of the worst “Greater Serbian hegemony”, however, in 1971, Muslims in Bosnia and Herzegovina outnumbered Serbs. Also, according to the well-known conspirator of “Greater Serbian hegemony” Husnija Kamberovic, in the period from 1969 to 1980, more than 800 mosques were built in BiH, which means that one mosque was built every five days, ie 6 a month, ie 72 per year. Well, yes, everything fits, it is known that “Greater Serbian hegemony” especially hates Islam.

As for the Montenegrins, half a million of them were so brutally “hegemonic” by more than eight million Serbs that they actually disappeared in that cruel hegemony in the scale of 16: 1. Montenegrins, if you didn’t know, are gone. Both Milo Đukanović and Mijo Popović and Tamara Nikčević and others are mere holograms, created from the manipulations of the prone “Greater Serbian hegemony” which hides from the world that it has destroyed an entire nation.

Finally, the fact that under “Greater Serbian hegemony” Slovenes were given the opportunity to get a university education in their own language for the first time, and Macedonians to officially have their own language and print books in it, speaks for itself.

And the best proof of how destructive “Greater Serbian hegemony” is can be seen by the fact that all these peoples, after getting rid of “Greater Serbian hegemony”, came out on the green branch. Under “Greater Serbian hegemony”, one of the best and most effective antibiotics in the world was invented and patented in Croatia, and today they are not even able to import foreign vaccines in sufficient and necessary numbers. Under “Greater Serbian hegemony”, Sarajevo deserved and organized the Olympic Games, and today Bosnia and Herzegovina is the most populous among the few European countries that can be counted on the fingers of one hand, and which do not have any Olympic medals. Under “Greater Serbian hegemony”, the number of Albanians in Kosovo has been constantly growing, and now, here, it is mostly falling.

The public is full of “regional pastors” who are trumpeting about the dangers of “Greater Serbian hegemony”. History, however, is a teacher of life, and it has, we have seen, clearly and unequivocally teaches us that “Greater Serbian hegemony” should be preserved only by Serbs.

Find out what kind of initiative was initiated by Arno Gujon HERE.

Source: Cultural Center of Novi Sad

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