SRS PRESIDENT Vojislav Seselj commented on the news that the film “Quo vadis, Aida?” Was shown in the courtroom of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Courts. and explained that bad films are being shown in The Hague.
– So far, theater plays have been held in The Hague, mostly with a tragic ending, but plays in which both members of the prosecution and members of the judiciary were very bad actors. They pretended to be real judges and real prosecutors. They did not succeed because they showed great legal ignorance. However, as much as they were incapable of leading the process, they tried to correct all their shortcomings with draconian punishments sentenced to Serbs. Now that they are silent with the victims of the Hague proceedings, they are showing cinematic performances, but they are showing very bad films. They present one of the worst propaganda films as the best European film. That’s nonsense. I watched the film and it is very unconvincing – said Vojislav Seselj.
Seselj suspects that there is a role for Great Britain in the crime in Srebrenica
The SRS leader explained that the crime in Srebrenica was not committed against civilians who took refuge in the UNPROFOR base, but specified that the persons wanted by the Republika Srpska Army police for the crime were taken out of that group, but there were no more than a hundred.
– The crime was committed against prisoners who broke through with weapons in their hands within the 28th Infantry Division of the Muslim Army, divided into two brigades. They were a legitimate military target only while they were breaking through. They died from Serbian artillery, they died on Muslim minefields because they were not marked, so on Serbian minefields that were also not marked, they died in clashes between Muslims themselves. The crime was committed against prisoners and, according to my estimates, between 1,000 and 1,200 prisoners were shot – said Seselj.
The leader of the Radicals says that the prisoners were not shot in the area of Srebrenica, but in five locations in the area of the Municipality of Zvornik. According to the SRS leader, this is a planned crime, explaining that war criminal Drazen Erdemovic said that a large amount of gold arrived before the shooting, which was distributed to the participants in the shooting.
– Of the five locations where the shooting took place, we only know for sure that at one location – near the Branjevo Military Economy, seven members of the 10th sabotage detachment, including Erdemović, were shot. All of them were convicted, and Erdemović received only 5 years in prison in The Hague. We still don’t know who the perpetrators of the shootings were at the other four locations (Orahovac / school in Grbavac, Petkovci dam, gravel pit in Kozluk, Pilica) – said Seselj and reminded of the Report of the Dutch Institute for War Documentation (NIOD) on the presence of a British SAS unit. these areas during the shooting of Muslim prisoners of war.
Seselj points to the fact that NIOD states that British special forces went to the field under full war readiness during the shooting, returned to the mud in the evening, cleaned weapons that were obviously used that day and washed mud from their uniforms.
– When this secret was “broken” in Britain, British journalists were prevented from writing about it under the threat of strict sanctions (“Guardian” published the text “Srebrenica: the search for a terrible truth goes on”). However, the British could not prevent NIOD from publishing basic information. It is obvious that the shooting was organized by foreigners, and that many of the perpetrators were foreigners. All this is covered up in the film, and Serbs are portrayed as barbarians and criminals. Even when they share bread, Serbs are portrayed as criminals. In my book, I tried to point out that the conspiracy around Srebrenica has not been revealed yet – said the president of the SRS.