P: Zasto je pokrenuta ova peticija O: Ova peticija je pokrenuta s ciljem da se zaustavi predlog nekih politicara u Hrvatskoj koji zele da \"nezavisne\" humanitarne organizacije napuste Hrvatsku, da obnova i povratak imovine Srbima iskljucivo kontrolise Hrvatska vlada i odbor koji bi za to prethodno bio izabran. Iz vec pokazanih primjera ispod mi vidimo koliko ta ista Hrvatska zeli povratak Srba i koliko im je stalo do obnove Srpskih kuca. Da neduzim, ova ce peticija biti prosledjena humanitarnim organizacijama da nenapustaju Krajinu i da neostavljaju Srbe povratnike na cijedilu, i da uz nasu podrsku oni treba da ostanu tamo gdje su sada. NEDAJMO KRAJINU Ovu peticiju sam zapoceo da pokazemo koliko volimo svoj zavicaj i koliko postujemo one sto su se u njega vratili. Da pokazemo dali smo spremni da vratimo ono sta smo izguvili prije devet godina, i da pokazemo dali smo ljudi ili ne. Nedajte ono sto je vase, ne prodavajte svoje kuce i imanja. Vi se nemorate vratiti u Krajinu, a trebali bi makar da obidjete ono malo grude. Vama niko nemoze uzeti vasu zemlju, to je vase SRPSKO, i dok ste vi vlasnik te iste srpske zemlje Krajina ce biti Srpska. Nezaboravite odaklen ste. Pronadjite UN organizacije koje pomazu srpskim povratnicima u Hrvatsku. $5, $10, ili parce robe vas nece osiromasiti dok ce drugom znaciti mnogo. Samo se sijetite kako ste vi zivjeli u Srbiji, a sad se sijetite onih ljudi koji se vrate u nasu Krajinu i nemaju nista. Evo par organizacija kroz koje mozete pomoci izbjeglicama: www.unhcr.ch/ http://www.refugees.org/world/countryrpt/europe/yugoslavia.htm 04.08.1995.-04.08.2004. DA SE NEZABORAVI-WE SHOULD NOT FORGET The Invasion of Republic Serbian Krajina In early August 1995, the Croatian invasion of Serbian Krajina precipitated the worst refugee crisis of the Yugoslav civil war. Within days, more than three hundred thousand Serbs, virtually the entire population of Krajina, fled their homes, and 14,000 Serbian civilians lost their lives. According to a UN official \"Almost the only people remaining were the dead and the dying.\" The Clinton administration\'s support for the invasion was an important factor in creating this nightmare. As Croatian troops launched their assault on August 4, U.S. NATO aircraft destroyed Serbian radar and anti-aircraft defenses. American EA-6B electronic warfare aircraft patrolled the air in support of the invasion. Krajina foreign affairs advisor Slobodan Jarcevic stated that NATO \"completely led and coordinated the entire Croat offensive by first destroying radar and anti-aircraft batteries. What NATO did most for the Croatian Army was to jam communications between [Serb] military commands....\" Following the elimination of Serbian anti-aircraft defenses, Croatian planes carried out extensive attacks on Serbian towns and positions. The roads were clogged with refugees, and Croatian aircraft bombed and strafed refugee columns. Serbian refugees passing through the town of Sisak were met by a mob of Croatian extremists, who hurled rocks and concrete at them. A UN spokesman said, \"The windows of almost every vehicle were smashed and almost every person was bleeding from being hit by some object.\" Serbian refugees were pulled from their vehicles and beaten. As fleeing Serbian civilians poured into Bosnia, a Red Cross representative in Banja Luka said, \"I\'ve never seen anything like it. People are arriving at a terrifying rate.\" Bosnian Muslim troops crossed the border and cut off Serbian escape routes. Trapped refugees were massacred as they were pounded by Croatian and Muslim artillery. Nearly 1,700 refugees simply vanished. While Croatian and Muslim troops burned Serbian villages, President Clinton expressed his understanding for the invasion, and Christopher said events \"could work to our advantage.\" The Croatian rampage through the region left a trail of devastation. Croatian special police units, operating under the Ministry of Internal Affairs, systematically looted abandoned Serbian villages. Everything of value - cars, stereos, televisions, furniture, farm animals - was plundered, and homes set afire. A confidential European Union report stated that 73 percent of Serbian homes were destroyed. Troops of the Croatian army also took part, and pro-Nazi graffiti could be seen on the walls of several burnt-out Serb buildings. Massacres continued for several weeks after the fall of Krajina, and UN patrols discovered numerous fresh unmarked graves and bodies of murdered civilians. The European Union report states, \"Evidence of atrocities, an average of six corpses per day, continues to emerge. The corpses, some fresh, some decomposed, are mainly of old men. Many have been shot in the back of the head or had throats slit, others have been mutilated... Serb lands continue to be torched and looted.\" Visit these sites to find more about genocides and crimes in Former Yugoslavia: \"DOBRODOSLI U HRVATSKU-WELCOME TO CROATIA\" NOVA HAPSENJA 16.6.2004. uhapsen je Krickovic Jovan 6.5.2004. na granicnom prelazu Stara Gradiska Hrvatska policija uhapsila je Tepic Mitra 29.3.2004 uhapsen je Stojisavljevic Milan 18.3.2004. uhapsen je Orozovic Sasa 24.3.2004. uhapsen je Pozar Miso 21.4.2004. Austrijska policija je u mjestu Eisenstadt uhapsila Blanusa Nikolu 19.4.2004. uhapsen je Radakovic Milos 5.4.2004. uhapsen je Savic Dragan POPULATION 1991-2001: Ethnic groups in 1991: At a referendum in 1991, 12% of the population was Serb, but their number rapidly declined because of the war. Most emigrated to Serbia-Montenegro, Entity of Republic Serbian and the third country. Ethnic groups in 2001: Croat 91.6%, Serb 2.5%, Bosniak 0.5%, Hungarian 0.4%, Slovene 0.3%, Czech 0.2%, Roma 0.2%, Albanian 0.1%, Montenegrin 0.1%, others 4.1% (2003)
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