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The Hague Tribunal will officially close their doors in 20 days, although it completed its mission yesterday. It was founded to reconcile the people on this Balkans, soaked with blood and to punish the criminals responsible for the rivers of blood.
Did it fulfill its mission, most will agree, it didn't. But, lawyers, historians, analysts will speak about that. But, even after the famous Hague, there will be those who will again divide us and create tensions among people.
One of the successes in that mission is Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic. She has to wake the spirits of the past at least once a year with some unfortunate statement. Remember last year's Serbian candies she found troublesome.
And while this can be attributed to recklessness, the statement was prepared behind the heavy doors of the cabinet at Pantovcak. Mrs. Grabar Kitarovic canceled her official trip to Iceland (as if she did not know when the "Prlic and Others" sentence would be pronounced, so she arranged an official visit) in order to introduce an additional dose of drama.
And what did we hear in the dramatic statement of the first lady of Croatia? Serbs, Serbia, and Great Serbian aggression are to blame for everything. Come on, Mrs. Grabar Kitarovic, get a hold of yourself.
The last verdict of Hague has nothing to do with Serbs and Serbia (besides, Serbs being chased from Mostar in the conflict of Croats and Muslims in this city of Aleksa Santic).
- Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina were attacked by Serbia and Yugoslav national army, which was positioned for open combat to accomplish the project "Great Serbia. Croatia didn't attack anyone - said Kitarovic in her speech, after the yesterday's verdict of the Hague Tribunal that the Croatia was the aggressor on Bosnia and Herzegovina and that they participated in the joint crime act.
We understand it's hard to face the truth. We understand it's hard to accept that the "father of the thousand-year-old dream" is a war criminal. We understand it's hard to accept that Franjo Tudjman with the crew came up with the plan to clear "Herzeg-Bosnia" of all no-Croats.
It is especially hard when he is released from responsibility for the expulsion of 250.000 Serbs and killing a few thousands of them. Hardly, because there was a celebration of the liberation of generals, "best Croatian sons" who led the "Storm" over Serbs. A celebration for their release and celebration over decisions of now hated Hague Tribunal.
Ah, the same Hague Tribunal, which sentenced Serbs to 1.400 years of prison, didn't sentence Slobodan Milosevic with a single sentence for the famous formulation "joint criminal act", or any Serbian official.
We don't think that Milosevic was good. He is the most responsible to us, to Serbs and Serbian citizens, but we are not talking about that now, we are talking about how hypocritical one has to be to spit on what you kissed so dearly until yesterday.
So, the Hague is good when it releases Croats and sentences Serbs, but when it sentencing Croats, then it is bad.
I know, it won't be easy to explain some future tourists, who will come to "their pretty country", that they are landing at the airport named after a war criminal, because, some young Chinese, Japanese, Swede or Slovak will read that the airport got a name after a war criminal when they ask Google who was that man over their phones or tablets.
We don't have to read that, nighter do those who drove the Petrovacki road at the beginning of August 1995.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Marko Ivasfirstname.lastname@example.org)