The Death of Yugoslavia (1995– )

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Great Documentary about Cause and Effect of the Balkan Wars of the 1990s
4 January 2004 | by (Northwest, USA) – See all my reviews

This is a great 5 part documentary narrated by Christiane Amanpour about the Origins and Results of the Balkan Wars of the 1990s. It starts out following Milosevic and his break with Communist Party policy by supporting Serb nationalists in Kosovo. Slovenia was the 1st republic to oppose him and broke off with a short relatively minor war in 1991. Then came Croatia with a rising nationalist mentality of its own led by Franjo Tudjman. This war was much fiercer as the town of Vukovar was annihilated. Then a secret deal was reached between Tudjman and Milosevic to divide Bosnia between themselves launching the genocidal was there in 1992.

All the leaders are interviewed including psychiatrist-war criminal Karadzic (no contradiction there--we know Nazi concentration camps were run by psychiatrists, and we know the destructive effects of the psychiatric industry on humankind). Also Mladic, the general handpicked by Milosevic to take over the genocide operation in Bosnia. Here we get all the main incidents, including the Belgrade debates and power struggles within the party, the Serb sniper at Sarajevo's Holiday Inn, and finally an indepth look at what happened at Srebrenica. The UN went in their and made it a "safe zone" only to abandon it to Mladic and his mass killers. And as we speak Mladic and Karadzic are safe and comefy in Republika Srbska.

Also importantly Bush the Elder is shown with James Baker after having slaughtered hundreds of thousands in Iraq, saying they have no interest in Bosnia. How despicable. But to be fair Clinton didn't do much either until the war was winding down in 1995.


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