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Which are the instigators of the genocides?

In our last post, we remarked upon the activities of the Serbian revisionist author Jasa Almuli, who has for many years been attempting to whitewash the role of the Serbian quisling regime of Milan Nedic in the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews. But Almuli’s revisionism is not limited to the history of the Serbian quislings. He has now gone on record to downplay the evil of even the most infamous of Nazi death camps, Auschwitz, by comparing it favourably to the Ustasha (Croat fascist) death-camp of Jasenovac. In an interview with the Serbian daily Politika earlier this week, Almuli stated:

‘I have concluded that Jasenovac in the Ustasha Independent State of Croatia was a much more terrible death camp than Auschwitz in occupied Poland, that largest Nazi execution-site.’

His argument is that the Nazis treated the Auschwitz inmates more humanely than the Ustashas treated the inmates at Jasenovac. Thus he claims that ‘the Germans in Auschwitz endeavoured that the victims, to the last moment, not discover that they will be asphyxiated in gas chambers and burned in crematoria, in order that their industrial means of killing not be disrupted. The Croatian Ustashas openly killed in the most bestial manner, with their own hands, knives, iron bars and very rarely with bullets…’. Furthermore, ‘In Auschwitz it was determined what every guard was or was not allowed to do, while in Jasenovac every Ustasha could torture and kill as they wished.’



Jasenovac – The Cruelest Death Camp of All Times 2/6

At the Yalta Conference, February 1945, U.S. President F. D. Roosevelt stated: The crime of genocide committed against Serbs and Jews in the death camps of Croatia – the Croats should prohibit the possibility of establishing an independent state for the next 1000 years.

Jasenovac was Croatia’s largest death camp. It was a network of several sub-camps, established in August 1941. It certainly was a death camp, since the plan was to exterminate all its inmates.

While the killing in Sobibor, Treblinka, or Auschwitz was carried out on an industrial basis, in Jasenovac the Ustasha guards competed in killing contests, on an artisanal level. The Croat Ustashas, the military wing of a clerical party whose symbol was the knife and crucifix, appeared to enjoy the burdensome labor of manual killing; they took pride in saving bullets, as they killed their enemies. They used knives, hammers, axes. Occasionally they used saws.

The number of people murdered in the Jasenovac death camp system is unknown. Hundreds of thousands of Serbs perished there, together with Jews, Gypsies, Croat partisans, and other Croat opponents of the Ustasha regime. Jews were brought to Jasenovac from all over the NDH (Independent State of Croatia). Most were killed upon arrival, whilst a small number of skilled professionals were kept alive to work at the camp. That gave rise to the absurd charge that the Jews were in charge at Jasenovac.
On April 22, 1945, 600 able-bodied inmates, armed with sticks and hammers, took the desperate decision to organize a mass escape, to face a very likely death today, as opposed to a certain death tomorrow. Most died under machine gun fire, but 80 emerged from Jasenovac and survived.

“From above, a new European order is forced upon the masses, and masses open their hearts to the above. Underneath, it turns into devotion to symbols of death.

The Fuhrer’s paranoia becomes a collective one: the brides rush to touch the Fuhrer in delirium, overwhelmed by their erotic tears, they kneel down in front of the “corporal” from heaven. He gives them pure race mystical blood, holy land the sacrifices are made.

He is illuminated by Luciferian light, while he builds the inferno on Earth.

On June 6. 1941, at Berghoff residence, Hitler meets Ante Pavelic, a leader of fascist Croatia. Pavelic will thank to him personally for the creation of the so-called “Independent State of Croatia” under German protection. Totally fascist “Independent Sate of Croatia”, was proclaimed on the April 10, 1941 at 4pm by Ante Kvaternik, one of the followers od Croatian Fuhrer Ante Pavelic. The very notion of crime, the notion of right and wrong, has been erased from existence, and the ruthless extermination of political enemies: Serbs, Jews and Gypsies, becomes the practice as well as ideology of the Ustashas, Croatian Nazis.

The prisons, known to the people from before, become a sort of nostalgic and sentimental memory of good times, compared to the monstrous concentration camps of today.

Dr Ante Pavelic, the Fuhrer, arrives to Zagreb on April 15 1941 at 4pm sharp, he is already at St. Marko Square in city center. From the main Ustasha HQ, he is sending messages to the nation underlining the fascist character of the Ustasha movement. Aiming to impersonate the great Fuhrer, and copy Nazi Germany in absolutely everything, including the public spectacles, Ustasha ideologists organize gatherings and rallies, instigating hatred among our peoples with the same flavor of Arian sarcasm.

The holy Catholic Church, headed by Archbishop Dr Alojzije Stepinac, congratulates to Pavelic the creation of “Independent State of Croatia”. Other Catholic priests chose to follow the Archbishop’s steps. In Udbina, a local priest is saying to the flock of his parish: “Until now, we practiced our Catholic faith prayer books and a cross. Today, the time has come, to practice it with rifles and guns. We shall oust and exterminate all the Serbs from Croatia.”

Ustasha killers, the followers of the cult of knife and bloodshed, cross their killing daggers into a new emblem and swear to the cross and almighty God that they will take part in creating new history, contributing by sheer terror, and making preparations for the cult of blood to the sound of the organ. The tools are ready for lethal blow on the head.

The massacre of Serbs in Glina church expulsions and forced conversions to Catholicism become events performed on the horrifying scale.

Dr Mile Budak, deputy Fuhrer, launches a furious campaign against the Serbs and Jews. The anti-human spirit is the important element of political character of fascism, even in its Croatian Ustasha version: honest Serbs, Jews, Croatians and Gypsies become the victims of the notorious Pavelic’ decree on sending “disobedient and perilous” persons to labor camps and concentration camps. The decree has legalized the existing state of affairs doors to mass terror are now wide open .

From April, 1941 onwards, countless processions of future camp inmates are travelling, some by train, some on foot, towards the camps in Caprag, Bjelovar, Slavonska Pozega, Kerestinec, Kruscica, Tenja, Sisak, Lepoglava, Rab, Djakovo, Pag, Jadovno, Gospic, Stara Gradiska… and… JASENOVAC !

The most horrifying of all of the camps and the longest-lasting one was the inferno of Jasenovac death camp, with all nine circles of torture. In fact, it was a system of camps spreading over 223 acres of land. Such a large area equals to 175 ideally sized football pitches. The plans to construct this gigantic torture chamber have been devised by the deranged necrophilic mind of Vjekoslav Luburic, while he was still abroad along with the rest of Ustasha emigration. Gaining experience from German concentration camps, Luburic is perfecting his plan.

Vjekoslav Max Luburic, one of the cruelest Commanders of Jasenovac death camp…

Everything is twisted: a pigeon, symbol of peace in the hands of Max Luburic, a war criminal !!!

A central link of Jasenovac chain of camps made of barbed wire. This camp was founded in August 1941, and destroyed by those who created it, Ustahes – in May, 1945.

Camp 1, “Versajev”, built in June, 1941, beside Jasenovac-Novska road. It lasted until October, 1941.

Camp 2, “Krapje”, founded in July 1941 on the edges of Gornja Krndija forest. It lasted until November 1941.”

“The smell of Human Flesh”

“A Witness of the Holocaust Memories of Jasenovac”

by Cadik I. Danon “Braco

The horrors of Jasenovac surpass manyfold anything we know about the dark ages of the Inquisition. The daily mass murder orgies in which Catholic clergy participated directly can hardly be put in words. Every day, every night at Jasenovac was a Bartholomew’s Night. Over six hundred thousand men, women and children were butchered in the most bestial fashion. Too few survived to tell the story.

Mr. Danon’s main wish is for the entire world to learn about Jasenovac so that horrors and injustice of this sort are never, ever repeated- anywhere in the world. He is painfully aware that he is a rare survivor of the Jasenovac hell. He is also one of the few survivors who is still among us.

Today, September 26, 2007, Mr. Danon is still alive and well. As a retired architect he lives in Belgrade.


Witness to Jasenovac’s Hell

The true story of a boys experiences in the Jasenovac concentration camp in World War II. Nazi puppet state of Croatia. Hidden history, unknown to Western audiences, the Jasenovac concentration camp the so-called Balkan Auschwitz, was a place of torture and death for hundreds of thousands of Serbs, Jews, and Gypsies.

Hardcover, 192 pages

Published January 1st 2002 by Dallas Publishing



Jasenovac concentration camp

The Jasenovac concentration camp (Serbo-Croatian: Logor Jasenovac/Логор Јасеновац, pronounced [lôːgor jasěnoʋat͡s]; Yiddish: יאסענאוואץ‎) was an extermination camp established in Slavonia by the authorities of the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) during World War II. The camp was established by the governing Ustaše regime and not operated by Nazi Germany.[4] It was one of the largest concentration camps in Europe[5] and the camp has been referred to as "the Auschwitz of the Balkans" and "the Yugoslav Auschwitz".[6]

It was established in August 1941 in marshland at the confluence of the Sava and Una rivers near the village of Jasenovac, and was dismantled in April 1945. It was "notorious for its barbaric practices and the large number of victims".[7]

In Jasenovac the majority of victims were ethnic Serbs, others were Jews, Roma, and some political dissidents. Jasenovac was a complex of five subcamps[8] spread over 210 km2 (81 sq mi) on both banks of the Sava and Una rivers. The largest camp was the "Brickworks" camp at Jasenovac, about 100 km (62 mi) southeast of Zagreb. The overall complex included the Stara Gradiška sub-camp, the killing grounds across the Sava river at Donja Gradina, five work farms, and the Uštica Roma camp.[1]

During and since World War II, there has been much debate and controversy regarding the number of victims killed at the Jasenovac concentration camp complex during its more than three-and-a-half years of operation. After the war, a figure of 700,000 reflected the "conventional wisdom", although estimates have gone as high as 1.4 million. The authorities of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia conducted a population survey in 1964 that reportedly showed a figure of 59,188 killed, but the findings were not published.

Croatian academic Vladimir Žerjavić published books in 1989 and 1992 in which he "meticulously analysed the available data" and concluded that some 83,000 people had been killed at Jasenovac. His findings were criticized by the director of the Museum of Victims of Genocide in Belgrade, Milan Bulajić, who defended his figure of 1.1 million, although his rebuttal was later dismissed as having "no scholarly value". Since Bulajić's retirement from his post in 2002, the Museum has no longer defended the figure of 700,000 to 1 million victims of the camp. In 2005, Dragan Cvetković, a researcher from the Museum, and a Croatian co-author published a book on wartime losses in the NDH which gave a figure of approximately 100,000 victims of Jasenovac.[3]

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) in Washington, D.C. presently estimates that the Ustaša regime murdered between 77,000 and 99,000 people in Jasenovac between 1941 and 1945, comprising; "between 45,000 and 52,000 Serbs; between 12,000 and 20,000 Jews; between 15,000 and 20,000 Roma (Gypsies); and between 5,000 and 12,000 ethnic Croats and Muslims, political and religious opponents of the regime."[2] The Jasenovac Memorial Site quotes a similar figure of between 80,000 and 100,000 victims.[1]

Mass murder and cruelty

According to Jaša Almuli, the former president of the Serbian Jewish community, Jasenovac was a much more terrifying concentration camp in terms of brutality than many of its German counterparts, even Auschwitz. In the late summer of 1942, tens of thousands of ethnic Serb villagers were deported to Jasenovac from the Kozara region in Bosnia, where NDH forces were fighting the Partisans.[65] Most of the men were executed in Jasenovac, and the women were sent to forced labor camps in Germany. Children were either killed or dispersed to Catholic orphanages.[66]

On the night of 29 August 1942, prison guards made bets among themselves as to who could slaughter the largest number of inmates. One of the guards, Petar Brzica, boasted[67] that he had cut the throats of about 1,360 new arrivals.[68]

Other participants who confessed to participating in the bet included Ante Zrinušić-Sipka, who killed some 600 inmates, and Mile Friganović, who gave a detailed and consistent report of the incident.[69] Friganović admitted to having killed some 1,100 inmates. He specifically recounted his torture of an old man named Vukasin; he attempted to compel the man to bless Ante Pavelić, which the old man refused to do, even after Friganović had cut off his ears, nose and tongue after each refusal. Ultimately, he cut out the old man's eyes, tore out his heart, and slashed his throat. This incident was witnessed by Dr Nikolić.[70]


The Ustaše slaughtered inmates with a knife that became known as the "Srbosjek" ("Serb-cutter").[71][72][73][74][75]

The construction was originally a type of wheat sheaf knife, manufactured prior to and during World War II by the German factory Gebrüder Gräfrath from Solingen-Widdert, under the trademark "Gräwiso".[76][77][78] The upper part of the knife was made of leather, as a sort of a glove, designed to be worn with the thumb going through the hole, so that only the blade protruded from the hand. It was a curved, 12-centimetre-long (4.7 in) knife with the edge on its concave side. The knife was fastened to a bowed oval copper plate, while the plate was fastened to a thick leather bangle.[79] Its agricultural purpose was to enable field workers to cut wheat sheaves open before threshing them. The knife was fixed on the glove plate to prevent injuries and to increase work speed.[78]

Systematic extermination of prisoners

Besides sporadic killings and deaths due to the poor living conditions, many inmates arriving at Jasenovac were scheduled for systematic extermination. An important criterion for selection was the duration of a prisoner's anticipated detention. Strong men capable of labor and sentenced to less than three years of incarceration were allowed to live. All inmates with indeterminate sentences or sentences of three years or more were immediately scheduled for execution, regardless of their physical fitness.[80]

Systematic extermination varied both as to place and form. Some of the executions were mechanical, following Nazi methodology, while others were manual. The mechanical means of extermination included:

  • Cremation: The Ustaše cremated living inmates, who were sometimes drugged and sometimes fully awake, as well as corpses. The first cremations took place in the brick factory ovens in January 1942. Engineer Dominik "Hinko" Picilli perfected this method by converting seven of the kiln's furnace chambers into more sophisticated crematories.[81][82] Crematoria were also placed in Gradina, across the Sava River. According to the State Commission, however, "there is no information that it ever went into operation."[83] Later testimony, however, say the Gradina crematory had become operational.[84] Some bodies were buried rather than cremated, as shown by exhumation of bodies late in the war.[why?][citation needed]

  • Gassing and poisoning: The Ustaše tried to employ poisonous gas to kill inmates arriving in Stara Gradiška. They first tried to gas the women and children who arrived from Djakovo with gas vans that Simo Klaić called "green Thomas".[85] The method was later replaced with stationary gas-chambers with Zyklon B and sulfur dioxide.[86][87][88][89]

Manual methods were executions that took part in utilizing sharp or blunt craftsmen tools: knives, saws, hammers, et cetera. These executions took place in various locations:

  • Granik: Granik was a ramp used to unload goods of Sava boats. In winter 1943–44, season agriculture laborers became unemployed, while large transports of new internees arrived and the need for liquidation, in light of the expected Axis defeat, were large. Therefore, "Maks" Luburić devised a plan to utilize the crane as a gallows on which slaughter would be committed, so that the bodies could be dumped into the stream of the flowing river. In the autumn, the Ustaše NCO's came in every night for some 20 days, with lists of names of people who were incarcerated in the warehouse, stripped, chained, beaten and then taken to the "Granik", where weights were tied to the wire that was bent on their arms, and their intestines and neck were slashed, and they were thrown into the river with a blow of a blunt tool in the head. The method was later enhanced, so that inmates were tied in pairs, back to back, their bellies were cut before they were tossed into the river alive.[90]

  • Gradina: The Ustaše utilized empty areas in the vicinity of the villages of Donja Gradina and Ustice, where they encircled an area marked for slaughter and mass graves in wire. The Ustaše slew victims with knives or smashed their skulls with mallets. When Roma arrived in the camp, they did not undergo selection, but were rather concentrated under the open skies at a section of camp known as "III-C". From there the Roma were taken to liquidation in Gradina, working on the dike (men) or in the corn fields in Ustice (women) in between liquidations. Thus Gradina and Ustica became Roma mass grave sites. Furthermore, small groups of Roma were utilized as gravediggers that actually participated in the slaughter at Gradina. Thus the extermination at the site grew until it became the main killing-ground in Jasenovac. Grave sites were also located in Ustica and in Draksenic.[91]

  • Mlaka and Jablanac: Two sites used as collection and labor camps for the women and children in camps III and V, but also as places where many of these women and children, as well as other groups, were executed at the Sava bank in between the two locations.[citation needed]

  • Velika Kustarica: According to the state-commission, as far as 50,000 people were killed here in the winter amid 1941 and 1942.[92] There is evidence suggesting that killings took place there at that time and afterwards.[citation needed]



Jasenovac - Cruelest Death Camp in WW2 (English subs) (WARNING -- NOT CENSORED)



Which are the instigators of the, previous and overt, genocides?

There were, certainly, various, enormously, unimaginably naive interested parties which, played the role of meta-victims.

But, which are the TRUE instigators?

If, those TRUE instigators are not, promptly, become discovered and revealed, then, more and more, probably covert, genocides are going to, perpetually, manifest.


Christos Boumpoulis



P.S.: By perpetually “consuming”, lies, myths and slanders, against various meta-victims the Human Rights, along with the Democracy, are, soon, going to become, quasi, science fiction.

The systematic, on behalf of the contemporary colonialists, against innocent and legitimate dissidents, predatory treatment may clearly indicate the, quasi, direction towards, one, may answer the questions which, this article, directly, rises.



Note: The photo was found here, https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/cd/Corpses_in_the_Sava_river%2C_Jasenovac_camp%2C_1945.jpg.