Gradually laying out the dark During the 1990’s my country, Yugoslavia, broke down. The former republics teared each other apart and gained independence through wars and terrible violence. This violence invaded both everyday life and the minds of the people. A violence, manipulated by all at every opportunity: territorial wars, ethnic and religious conflicts, mafia-type system, power struggles, greed and jealousy, built-up bitterness… In Serbia, Slobodan Milosevic needed the violence, chaos and conflict to stay in power. The merciless law of the jungle was the rule. Paramilitary groups spread fear, weapons were everywhere, the embargo then the NATO bombings made...
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