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Russian Ultranationalist Spreads Hate Message in Bosnia

Bangor Daily News
1 February 1994.

By John Pomfret

BIJELJINA, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Russian ultranationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky brought his campaign of hate to Serb-controlled Bosnia Monday, telling crowds of brandy-chugging, gun-toting Serbs that a NATO bomb dropped on Serb positions here would effectively mean a bomb dropped on Russia.

In an hour-long visit to this city, where tens of thousands of Bosniaks were forced from their homes by Serb paramilitary units more than a year ago, Zhirinovsky met with several alleged war criminals, walked near the site of a demolished mosque — now a parking lot — and pledged Russian support for Serbian ultranationalism.

Zhirinovsky’s trip — which included an afternoon journey to the Croatian city of Vukovar, destroyed by Serb guns in 1991 Read the rest of this entry »

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January 2, 2011 at 11:53 pm