SUPPORT: Polish activists gather Christmas aid for imprisoned Serbian generals


January 5, 2018 – Fort Russ News – 

Xportal – 

“Freedom for a Serbian brother!”

The Polish alternative news resource and anti-NATO Falanga organization have launched an initiative to support Serbian war heroes General Radislav Krstic and General Sreten Lukic currently imprisoned in Poland’s Piotrkow Trybunalski on the orders of the International Criminal Court in the Hague for alleged “war crimes.” 

“Help us fund Christmas packages for Serbian heroes imprisoned in Poland!”, reads Xportal’s announcement of the action, which is timed to coincide with Orthodox Christian Christmas (January 6th-7th). 

This is not the first time that Xportal has stepped up to the plate on this matter: “When General Radislav Krstic was transferred to a Polish prison in March 2014, we welcomed him by sending a package financed by our own resources which included food products, fruit, hygiene products, and stationery. We also helped other people and organizations interested in sending their own packages. Due to the political nature of [his] sentence, direct correspondence with General Krstic was impossible back then and only his family had the opportunity to contact the detainee, albeit limited. Thanks to the persistence and determination of our colleague (a traveller, photographer, and  fan of Serbia) we recently managed to establish correspondence with General Radislav Krstic.”

On December 18th, 2017, General Krstic wrote back to Xportal’s outreach: “Thank you very much for the attention, you’ve truly raised my spirits. I especially thank you for your kind words about Serbs, the role they have played in history and the defense of Christianity. Our great writer Petar Kocic wrote: 

‘Oh boundless, infinite, unlimited freedom, come at least once to my Fatherland, for everything without you is nothing, and nothing with you is everything.’

I send you fraternal greetings and wish you and your family God’s blessing. General Lukic also sends his greetings. – Gen. Radislav Krstic.

“In response to these moving words,” Xportal writes, “we are organizing to collect funds to once again send packages to both generals containing food, hygiene products, and office supplies. We are also working on Christmas letters in Serbian which all donors can sign. 100% of the obtained funds will be used for sending packages, and each donor will receive a precise list of the articles sent along with prices and receipts.” 

There are two ways to get in on the action: either by donating on (click below), or by sending a direct wire to Xportal’s bank account. Xportal can be contacted at [email protected] or on Facebook

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General Radislav Krstic (b. 1948) was the Chief of Staff of the Drina Army, one of the main armed forces of Republika Srpska. He is currently accused by the Hague Tribune of co-organizing the alleged “Srebrenica massacre.” On December 2nd, 1998, General Krstic was kidnapped on NATO orders by Navy Seals and SAS commandos, and transported to The Hague, where a political process sentenced him to 35 years incarceration. 

In 2010, three Muslim prisoners attacked the then 62-year-old general and slit his throat, which he miraculously survived. Following further attempts on his life, in 2014 he was transferred to prison in Poland’s Piotrkow Trybunalski.

General Sreten Lukic (b. 1955) was head of the Serbian police in Kosovo from 1998-1999, where he distinguished himself in the fight against the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army. From 2001-2004 he was Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Serbia. 

During his time in office, in 2003, Lukic was accused of war crimes in Kosovo, and was imprisoned in 2005 following a political process in The Hague. Sentenced to 20 years, he was transferred to Piotrkow Trybunalski in 2015. 

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Both Krstic and Lukic are kept in single cells. 

Xportal and Falanga are well-reputed among anti-NATO activists and alternative media for their many grassroots initiatives. Fort Russ has covered their anti-Banderite volunteer border patrols, translated their first-hand analyses of the situation in Macedonia, and has, through our parent  organization, the Center for Syncretic Studies, enjoyed fruitful intellectual exchanges with their cadre.

Fort Russ Editor-in-Chief Joaquin Flores (middle) with Falanga and Xportal colleagues in Belgrade, Serbia. 

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