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Elie Wiesel resigns from the "Genocide Institute Canada," dissociates himself from Emir Ramic

By The Lord Byron Foundation
Friday, 15 Apr 2011


“Elie Wiesel cannot sit together with Emir Ramic in the same organization. He does hereby resign from the ‘International Team of Experts’ of the Institute for the Research of Genocide Canada. Thank you, and please do confirm receipt of this message.” This terse note, sent by the Elie Wiesel Foundation to the Bosnian-Muslim “Institute” on April 14, is a welcome, long overdue development. Wiesel is to be commended for dissociating himself from Ramic and all that he and his Jihadist cohorts stand for. Their fraudulent disinformation outfit now stands unmasked for what it is.

The Liberal Hawks' Neoconservative Allies

By S. Trifkovic (Chronicles)
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011

The problem with President Barack Obama’s foreign policy is that he combines the broad ideological assumptions of liberal interventionists with a leadership style that allows people more doctrinaire than he to dominate the internal debate and decision-making process. Libya is the product of his disinclination to reject interventionism in principle, and his simultaneous inability to oppose the liberal hawks in practice.

Discord among counter-jihadists: a call for unity

By Robert Spencer
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011

Many times here at Jihad Watch I have stressed the need for those who are resisting the global jihad and Islamic supremacism to stick together -- or at least not to let jihadists, their agents, and/or their useful idiots (or even their own narrow self-interest or what they perceive as such) set them against other people who should be allies in our common fight for survival.

Europe's Uncrowned Leader

By Srdja Trifkovic
Tuesday, 12 Apr 2011


“Total German triumph as EU minnows subjugated,” The Daily Telegraph headlined a report on Angela Merkel’s latest diktat. Whoever wants credit must fulfill our conditions, she says. These amount to capitulation by three vulnerable states on core policies, and further erosion of sovereignty for the rest of the eurozone.

The Closing of the Canadian Mind

By Stephen Karganovic
Thursday, 10 Mar 2011


L'affaire Trifkovic is embarrassing for Canada. The gist of the matter is not that Srdja Trifkovic was sent back from Vancouver airport but that his intellectually challenged opponents were obliged to resort to political intrigue in order to prevent him from addressing a segment of the Canadian academic public.

The Scandal in Vancouver

By Diana Johnstone
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011


I am not alone in being utterly astounded by the fact that Dr. Srdja Trifkovic has been refused entry into Canada, Dr. Johnstone writes. This amazing decision is all the more scandalous in that it was taken ad hoc in response to the hate campaign by self-declared representatives of one Bosnian ethnic group carrying out a vendetta against another Bosnian ethnic group.

Trifkovic Barred From Canada

By Jihad Watch
Saturday, 26 Feb 2011



The "hate speech" weapon is increasingly used by the thuggish Leftist/Islamic supremacist axis to silence its opponents, writes Robert Spencer on Jihad Watch; and if we ignore the false charges made, they will be assumed true by those who are naive and unaware of what game is being played.

The Tragedy of American Education

By Srdja Trifkovic
Friday, 18 Feb 2011


"Yugoslavia was created after WWII out of several smaller states, including Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzgovenia and Slovenia," American teens are authoritatively told in state schools. "While Yugoslavia was under the control of the Soviet Union, these conflicts were kept in check by military force. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, new political structures were necessary." Herzgovenia, indeed. It's a tragedy and a farce.

The Serbs: I Take My Stand

By Eugene Girin
Friday, 18 Feb 2011


I asked my father in '92 or '93 about who the “good guys” were in the Bosnian War (I had a keen interest in politics at that tender age). “The Serbs, of course! Who else? We [Jews] and they have the same enemies”. I advocated the Serb cause ever since. 

Letter from Turkey: When the Wolves Get Religion

By Srdja Trifkovic
Sunday, 30 Jan 2011


The city of Istanbul reflects Turkey’s transformation over the past decade. Eight years after my previous visit I am greeted by an impressive new terminal at the Atatürk International Airport and by the massive office towers and apartment complexes surrounding it. More significantly, Istanbul is now visibly a Muslim city.