Before I start with my theme, I need to say that truth, and only uncompromised truth, is the only passport into the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina. A consensus as a possible model of progress in Bosnia and Herzegovina is, in my opinion, a cheap political game.
Compromise and consensus are essential in a society, however, the striving of a people to construe or describe their â€œtruthâ€ and explain requests for their own â€œjusticeâ€, related to the existence of the state called Bosnia and Herzegovina, represent violation of, and contempt for, the truth.
The tendency for a separate being in a single historic, economic, cultural, and, most importantly, state territory, which is being broadcast into the state of Bosnia and Herzegovina, runs counter to the truth. I have noticed that there are attempts to nominate this â€œtruthâ€ of the post-Dayton political metaphysics as an â€œactual realityâ€, however, the truth speaks differently.
A number of years after the Dayton Peace Agreement, it is still being said that the Agreement was a good one. It has stopped the Karadzicâ€™s legacy in BiH, yet we never must forget that the territories conquered by force were renamed into RS, in violation of the international legal norms. RS was created upon the mass graves of the non-Serb citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
My moral and intellectual background tells me that the starting point in arriving at truth is the development of the ability to hear the other side, especially if it is proper in judging its counterpart, and only if the language of truth is being spoken. If the societal problems in BiH are viewed in this light, then â€œthe good peopleâ€ in BiH will, without a doubt, have good prospects in future. One of the most important steps towards resolving â€œthe confusing and prospect-less stateâ€ in BiH, I see in terminating RS and FBiH, which would enable every individual to have fundamental rights throughout the territory of all of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The make up of the state of BiH of today to some appears as if it had been that way since the beginning of times, yet the truth levels such a thinking. The state of Bosnia and Herzegovina has its background in history as a politically existing state, however, by way of the Dayton Peace Accords the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and its Constitution, has been negated and therefore it is immoral to speak today about BiH first being born in 1995.
In respecting the fundament of the truth I must state that the Dayton â€œsolutionâ€ does not correspond with the historical totality of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The same goes for the fatalistic speeches about the impossibility of reversing the trend, about the non-repetition and non-return of Bosnia, which all lead to conflict with the truth.
To make a â€œcompromiseâ€ with the truth is to prolong the political conflicts in the Bosnian society. There is only one truth and it is not to be debated.