Prof. Emir Ramic on Gen. Lewis MacKenzie
Institute for the Research of Genocide Canada
Published: December 24, 2010
In his new book ” Soldiers made me look good” the retired Canadian General Lewis MacKenzie announced a lawsuit against the professor Emir Ramic, Director of the Institute for Research genocide, Canada and President of the Congress of North American Bosniaks, Canadian Branch
The latest book of the retired Canadian General Lewis MacKenzie ” Soldiers made me look good” is based on false claims about the aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina and the crime of genocide against the Bosniaks. This book is yet another evidence that McKenzie continues his pro-Serbian action. He was strongly pro-Serbian stance while he occupied a position of high responsibility which is under the Charter of the United Nations and as such sought his impartiality. In his book, McKenzie leaves out the fundamental principles of democracy that were set up at the request of the European Union in 1991. and 1992. year, throughout the whole of former Yugoslavia, when four of the six republics voted for separation from Serbia and Montenegro. As a witness to the aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina and the crime of genocide against the Bosniak, McKenzie did not do anything about these crimes to the suspension. He was the accomplice to the crime of aggression and genocide.
Recording speech of General Lewis MacKenzie at the Serbian picnic at Niagara where the retired Canadian general takes the battle from Kosovo to Bosnia and Herzegovina. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dzeWzok56k