DYLAN AND TRUTH / REMEMBERING GENOCIDE / Dr. Michael Pravica
Aleksandra’s Note: Dr. Michael Pravica of Nevada remains tenacious in contacting media outlets with commentary responding to news stories relating to Serbs and Serbian issues. His tenacity has been rewarded with repeated publication of his insightful, articulate, and right on point comments. Thank you, Dr. Pravica, for taking the time and making the effort to respond. You are proof that voices raised can indeed be voices heard.
Below are two published sets of comments regarding the current “Bob Dylan” controversy with respect to Croatians and Serbs and the “ignored” GENOCIDE.
San Francisco Examiner
Letters to the Editor
December 5, 2013
The mass slaughter of many hundreds of thousands of Serbians, Jews and Gypsies in the “independent” state of Croatia during World War II was judged at Nuremburg to be genocide.
There are few Serbians living today who have not had some relative who perished in this little-known genocide, as they were second only to the Jews in the proportional loss of their population. I lost more than 100 of them during this unspeakable time of evil.
Croatia has yet to come to terms with its horrific past, as this lawsuit clearly demonstrates the state of denial that many Croatians are in pertaining to their sad past.
I hope that Bob Dylan successfully fights this ridiculous lawsuit to help put a stop to Holocaust revisionism.
Dr. Michael Pravica