The Lord Byron Foundation
On September 20, 2012, the leading Serbian daily newspaper Politika published a prominently positioned op-ed article in the "Outside Views" section by Dimitrije Vojnov [L.], hitherto known as a minor actor and film critic. The article is criminally slanderous of Srdja Trifkovic.
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“Elie Wiesel cannot sit together with Emir Ramic in the same organization. He does hereby resign from the ‘International Team of Experts’ of the Institute for the Research of Genocide Canada. Thank you, and please do confirm receipt of this message.” This terse note, sent by the Elie Wiesel Foundation to the Bosnian-Muslim “Institute” on April 14, is a welcome, long overdue development. Wiesel is to be commended for dissociating himself from Ramic and all that he and his Jihadist cohorts stand for. Their fraudulent disinformation outfit now stands unmasked for what it is.
A group of Bosnian-Muslim activists in Canada (the self-styled Institute for the Research of Genocide) issued a press release on March 4 which claims that “facts show that Serbia was the first to use gas vans during the Second World War in Nazi Europe to kill Jewish civilians so that Belgrade and Serbia would be cleared of Jews.” This is the exact factual and moral equivalent of claiming that “facts show that Poland was the first to use gas chambers to kill Jewish civilians so that Warsaw and Poland would be cleared of Jews.” It is curious that such eccentric claims should come from the self-appointed spokesmen for the ethnic group which had provided, proportionate to its numbers, more volunteers for the SS than any other nation in occupied Europe.