Sunday, 9 May 2010

To The New York Times by Jerry Blaskovich

New York Times
229 West 43rd Street New York City,
New York 10036

Attention: Jack Rosenthal, Editor

December 9, 1992

Dear Mr. Rosenthal:
The naiveté expressed in "In a Serbian Prison" (December 4, 1992) was astounding. The Western democracies that Mr. Rosenthal places so much faith in to influence a Serbian democratic process never explicitly condemned the Serbian war policy and its ethnic cleansing. They responded with consternation and hand wringing only after existence of the Serbian concentration camps were made public.

Ousting Milosevic "someday" gives scant comfort to the victims of continuing atrocities being committed in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia. To consider Serbia has a "democratic opposition" and its leaders speaking "moral truth" was ludicrous.

President Panic was not elected but appointed. He publicly set a goal of 100 days to cool hostilities. This time has long since passed. During his tenure, despite his avowed democratic intention, Serbian aggression has increased and captured more territory. Sarajevo may soon join Bosanski Brod and Jajce as a fallen city. The Yugoslav air force continues to fall to fly with impunity. Ethnic cleansing, more appropriately called the "Final solution" has become dramatically more blatant and the concentration camps continued to operate. Kosovo is fermenting to the boiling point. The only other serious "democratic" opposition, Vuk Draskovic, is in total agreement with Chetnik policy.

Perhaps Mr. Rosenthal is privy to inside information, since there has not been one utterance of the so called opposition speaking "moral truth" publicly; to the contrary, they have been conspicuously silent in confronting Milosevic about the atrocities and ethnic cleansing.

Mr. Rosenthal alleges that Croatia has taken a "Big bite" of Bosnia-Herzegovina is blatantly false. These are areas where Bosnian Croats have lived as a majority and who are defending their homes. They are distinct as Bosnian Moslems and Bosnian Serbs.

From the book: Croatia Uncensored by Jerry Blaskovich M.D.
(c) Jerry Blaskovich. Published here by permission from the author.
No further re-publication is authorised.
Publicado aquí por permiso especial del autor. No se autoriza su ulterior re-publicación

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