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“a great human tragedy”

In Afasia's corner... on July 25, 2012 at 5:10 pm
I fire myself.
I fire myself ten times a day
I throw myself in a watery grave
With fourteen horses on top of my head
I hear the voice again and again
I walk through the everlasting pit
By the mountain of fire and the fountain of spit
The pilgrims beside me just talk talk talk
I am the goblin and the mangled hawk
A demon lured me to his bed
Where I fell into a poison sleep
I dreamed of a river of ants inside me
And they were sad and started to bleed
In the dawn the demon spoke
In the saddest voice, in the saddest voice
He said, “Can you see love through a telescope?”
The end of fear, and the beginning of hope
Mary Timony

I fire myself into the trouble. For others I fire myself. I see the anger in your eyes. And all others. For your “sake”ness I fire myself. Ten times a day and I let horses top of me over and over. Daemon’s voice deep down calls me. To deep down he calls me sometimes. Do I needed poisons to fire  myself into lakes of daemon. Neither do I need to smoke herbs collected from thousand mountains. In Tibet I left myself into sacred Yaluzangbu river to clean my sins and took it’s shape of dragon. It’s shape of water. And its shape of sky. I took myself from me and left into it. No longer me was in fire. No longer me was on earth. No longer was in me. Today I fire myself for your goodness. Today, I fire myself in each corner of our blue planet…

If in our planet, there are people set them in fire for inequality and difficult life conditions, they do because they feel shame and they can´t live with this anymore.

But politicians with no success. No need words…


In Fanny Lulu's diary on July 12, 2012 at 4:11 pm


We regrettably believe that the humanity died and have been killing over and over again…

The places have been chosen to massacre people, as today they are still being chosen carefully…

It’s remarked that most of those victims were massacred in front of the world community.

We, spectators and ordinary people, learned that “The United Nations is an international organization founded in 1945 after the Second World War by 51 countries committed to maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations and promoting social progress, better living standards and human rights.”

We who are forced to obtain information by audiovisual media do not have enough chance to see the ‘truth’ regarding much of what is indeed happening at the crime scene.

We wanted to believe that the innocent people at war would be in safe when they take shelter under the umbrella of ‘United Nations’ security territories since 1945. ( Remember two in all the others: Dutch troops tolerated Serbs to commit numerous atrocities on Bosnia and remained helplessy to save the lives of civilians in Srebrenitsa. Likewise, Palestinians who were hidden in the ‘security buildings’ of UN and killed there, during the operation Cast Lead by Israeli air force in Gaza.-At the same night, Ban-Ki Moon had a dinner with Shimon Peres in joy and harmony.)

In 2006, Dutch government gave “Outstanding Service Medals” to the soldiers who served for the UN in Srebrenitsa “Genocide”.

These are some handwritings of the Dutch soldiers on the walls in Potacari Concentration Camp:

  • I am your best friend, i kill you for nothing.
  • No theeth, a mustache, smell like shit, Bosnian girl!
  • My job is to kill and this is a good job.

In 1995, when i was 11 years old, not so many years ago, After “Crystal Ball” Yugoslavia’s Fall, the Serb troops which were at Ratko Mladic’s commands increased the attacks in Srebrenitsa which was declared a “safe area” just like the other chosen five areas. Beside this, the Bosnians disarmed by “UN peace forces” could not have the chance to defend themselves and their family. According to the reports more than 8300 Bosnians were massacred in killing centers within 5 days and most of them were men. That was the worst massacre in Europe after the World War 2nd and entirely “Etnic Cleansing” to remove Muslims from the Balkans.

In conclusion, i would like to end up my article with the notable statements of  Dr. Hojjat Ramzy who is a spokesman for Oxford’s Muslim community and chairman of Oxford’s Iqra School in Littlemore:

‘The tragedy of Srebrenitsa will forever haunt the history of the United Nations. This day commemorates a massacre on a scale unprecedented in Europe since the second world war – a massacre of people who had been led to believe that the UN would ensure their safety. We cannot undo this tragedy, but it is vitally important that the right lessons be learned and applied in the future.’

This is more than words…and it’s hard to continue by words, the rest is in your minds and hearts…

“Just think, it is not illegal yet.”


“Srebrenicki Inferno”

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