In his book “Heavenly Serbia” in Croatia, Nenad Piskač draws on original RSK (Republic of Serbian Krajina) documents to reveal the ideological, political, normative and organisational structure of Greater-Serbian armed aggression against the Republic of Croatia.
The central part of the book consists of documents and original RSK sources, which, until now, have been completely unknown to the Croatian public and international community.
On the basis of these documents, the author reconstructs the ideology, goals and chronology of the establishment of the Serbian occupational power on Croatian territory and illustrates the Serbs’ radicalism, terrorism, antiecumenism and fundamentalism in refusing in any way to recognize the Croatian state. Documents that show without a doubt that the Serbian terrorists in Croatia systematically prepared for the evacuation of “all combat-incompetent inhabitants”
should the occupied territories be reintegrated in any way into Croatia are published in this book for the fi rst time. The book also discloses the commands issued by the Greater-Serbian terrorists on the eve of Operation Storm and the longstanding operational plans to evacuate Serbs from Croatia, which refute all accusations (made in Serbia,
the Hague and Croatia) of alleged ethnic cleansing committed by the Croatian state (a “criminal organisation” according to Carl Bildt, Carla del Ponte, Savo Štrbac, and others).
The published documents clearly demonstrate that the Greater
Serbian project was thoroughly planned, led and implemented (from 1990 to 1995). Citing a great number of facts and original documents from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Piskač concisely points out and identifi es the 150-year long genesis and continuity of this Greater-Serbian ideology.
The book emphasises how despite immense changes in the world the Greater Serbian project has remained qualitatively unchanged into the twenty first century with respect to its conception, methodology and terminology. The central characters, aggressor and victim, are clearly differentiated and formulations such as “civil war” and “balance of blame”, with which various interest groups have striven to burden Croatia’s future, are shown to be legally and politically not
Now readers, researchers, government bodies in the Republic of Croatia and the Hague Tribunal can find an enormous amount of valuable data and a vast number of references in one place, which the author has used to give an expert, logical and well laid out contribution to understanding Greater Serbian ideology and practice at the end of the twentieth century. Documents about the preparation and implementation
of the so-called “balvan” revolution (i.e. the Serbian blockade
of the roads around Knin in 1990), the activities of the military
and civilian occupational authorities, their connection with similar processes in Bosnia and Herzegovina and their connection with the source of all this evil which could, and still can, be found in the institutions and among the elite in the states “of the former Yugoslavia” are presented in detail for the first time.
“Heavenly Serbia” in Croatia does not limit itself to establishing
the genesis and sequence of events in Croatia’s recent past but rather, on the basis of original documents, shows how a society which is not familiar with its own past is condemned to a repetition of it. The author has published documents from which it is evident that the purpose of systematically falsifying facts and falsely interpreting Greater Serbian armed aggression has been to ideologically, politically and individually grant amnesty to the aggressor so that he can re-establish
himself with the same goals, people and even rhetoric in the institutions of the Croatian state and society. From the perspective of “integral time”, from which the book is written, the author believes that it is neither an apology nor a pledge for coexistence, nor a contribution to the “individualization of blame”.
Naslov: "Nebeska Srbija" u Hrvatskoj
Podnaslov: mit, zbilja, oprost, zaborav, obnova
Urednik: Josip Brkić
Predgovor: dr. Josip Jurčević
Umjesto pogovora: dr. Marko Samardžija
Format: 140x205 mm
Papir: 80 gr offset
Opseg: 320 stranica
Uvez: Tvrdi, šivano
Izdavač: Grafički studio, Otona Ivekovića 32, 10290 Zaprešić
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