UN apologizes to aggressors for playing the song of freedom

UN chief has apologized to the Bosnian Muslims who were objecting that Serbia’s WWI March song was played at the UN and such apology is an appalling act of a global body that would not exist had that song not been the part of the victorious allies who created the UN.

Serbian military March song, The Drina March, was the rhythm of liberty that motivated the sacrifices of the Serbian army during the crucial WWI battle on the Cer Mountain. At cost of thousands of lives, Serbian soldiers marched into the battle against the Axis power and reversed the course of history in favor of the civilized world.

Serbian triumph at Cer “over their numerically superior Austro-Hungarian opponents marked the first Allied victory over the Central Powers during the First World War.” As volunteers of the Axis powers, Bosnian Muslims fought against the civilized world.

This crucial Allied battle, achieved through the beat of The Drina March, paved the way for the League of Nations, the body that is now apologizing to the WWI aggressors.

As Bob Petrovich from Canada wrote to The Honorable Ban Ki-Moon, UN’s Secretary General, the “Individuals who objected to The Drina March belong to a group that fought against the Allies in both World Wars”.

In other words, people who object to The Drina March object to the UN itself, and with it, object peace and civilized world.

Put another way, by objecting the March on Drina, Bosnian Muslims are saying that they favor aggression, lawlessness, killing… something they know rather well because that is what they’ve done in the 1990s.


The Honorable Ban Ki-Moon
Secretary General
760 United Nations Plaza
United Nations
New York, NY 10017

REF: The Drina March apology

Your Excellency,

The first Allied victory of the World War I, The Battle of
Cer [Mountain], opened the door towards the end of The Great War and creation of The League of Nations, predecessor of The UN.

That is exactly what The Drina March represents, fighting for freedom regardless of the odds. Individuals who objected to The Drina March belong to a group that fought against the Allies in both World Wars.

UN apology for The Drina March being performed in The UN is an affront to millions of Allies who gave their lives in WWI for freedom.

Serbs as people never demographically recovered from the loss of 56% of male population in WWI, leading to the additional loss of up to one million in WWII. By UN Genocide Convention, it is Genocide by attrition. That is what the complaint about The Drina March was all about – the fear that the truth will come out.

Media battle cry “Serben Muss Sterben” (The Serbs must die) in 1914 announced this genocide and such racist cries continue to the present day. UN apology is creating a new wave of anti-Serb media reports bordering on racism.

Living behind barbed wire is already reality for the Serbs in UN-governed Kosovo. After this apology, what Serbs can expect next from The UN, a new text of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights that adds “except Serbs” to all articles?

Your Excellency, UN apology to anti-Serb racists who prefer to goose step to the tune of Die Fahne Hoch was misguided, factually inaccurate and morally wrong.

You owe an apology. To the Serbs and all Allied nations.

Yours Sincerely,

Bob Petrovich, Canada

4 comments for “UN apologizes to aggressors for playing the song of freedom

  1. Velja
    January 18, 2013 at 11:26 am

    Bob Petrovich is right

  2. Unhappy Observer
    January 18, 2013 at 2:37 pm

    The day when the music dies…if this song can`t be sung in time of need, bravery and love!!!
    Shameless, ignorant and envy.
    But Serbia, you stand proudly in spite of truth abuse all around you by those shameless, ignorant and envy.

  3. Ivan NYC
    January 18, 2013 at 7:09 pm


    And when I walk by the UN on my way to work, I pass a šahovnica flying in front of the UN… if we’re talking about the interpretation of national symbols, after all…

  4. Radmila
    January 20, 2013 at 12:21 am

    The ‘Drina’ was played by famous American
    artist Chet Atkins as it did by many others. The melody is lovely. What is bugging Bosnian Muslims? They were on wrong sides in both World Wars. How long they will play ‘victims’ for the world.

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