Zdravo to everyone and welcome to my page! My nickname here is SRB-HawkEye-. Not much history behind it, I picked it randomly and I liked it. About me: I live in the greatest country on Balkan- Serbia, old and beautiful country with rich history! I'm studying to be an electrical engineer and it's really tough (sometimes boring) job. I have several hobbies, but history, languages and games are the hobbies that I enjoy really much. It really gets me relaxed (relaxation is very important in everyone's lives) and BTW I'm not geek! :) About modding, after two years on this site (actually the celebration of 2 years on this site comes at 13th August) I didn't learn too much, but also I learnt some basics about texturing, modeling and similar things. I didn't started any projects, but I have few in my mind. Actually I wrote a part of the story for one project, but still I didn't realized it. Too many ideas, but yet so little time.
Posted by SRB-HawkEye- on Nov 16th, 2012
*One more time, the world is witnessing another injustice:
Today, at 09:35 Central European Time, Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markač, who committed crimes against Serbian citizens during the Operation "Oluja/Storm", have been liberated of any charges and responsibility for that crime, by the Trial Chamber of the Hague Tribunal, by the judge Theodor Meron. I remind, in the first instance in the 15. of April in 2011., general Ante Gotovina was sentenced to 24 years of prison, while the general Mladen Markač was sentenced to 18 years of prison.
"Mister Gotovina and mr Markač exposed Obrovac, Gračac, Knin and Bekovac to shelling which wasn't illegal, and have not participated in a criminal enterprise" said Meron. Meron accepted the complaint counts of 1,2,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 of Gotovina and Markač, except of the third.
"I'm declining sentences for persecution, deportation, murder and inhuman treatment, for looting the private and public property, cruel treatment as a violation of the laws of war, so I express a liberating verdict on counts 1,2,4,5,6,7,8 and 9. I'm ordering immediate release of the accused Mr Gotovina and Markač"- said judge Meron.
What is really disgraceful is that the judge said that "they found no evidence that there was a joint criminal enterprise with the aim of removing the Serbian civilian population from Krajina by force or threat by force". This means that the 250 000 Serbian civilians voluntarily cleaned themselves from Croatia, while more than 1 960 civilians killed themselves- which is absolutely absurd.
Serbian officials declared that the Hague Tribunal with this verdict has lost credibility (We, ordinary people, think that the Hague Tribunal never had any credibility).
Serbian president, Tomislav Nikolić: "Who is to blame for that? Today's decision of the Hague's Tribunal made that Croatia could legitimately celebrate the biggest persecution in the world after World War 2 - The state that doesn't allow families of the missing Serbs to determine where are the bodies of their loved ones. If there were a reason to believed those who claim that the Hague Tribunal is neutral, fair and just over the Serbian Court, the latest decision on the release of the war criminals, denied it! "- said Nikolić.
While I'm writing this, more than the half of Croatia is drunk, celebrating one more "victory".
Believe me, for about year or two, when Kradžić and Mladić, Serbian generals who defended the people from these two and more of their generals, will be accused for the all point of charges and sentence on 20 to 40 years of prison. Why? Because that's the European justice.
*(meaning that the Serbs should fight with all strength and without mercy- now, all who fought against the enemy are accused for various "non-committed" crimes)
Croatian war criminals: General Ante Gotovina (left) and general Mladen Markač (right);