A 1992 Bosnian Holocaust Survivor Warns America to Never Give Up Their Guns

Saturday, August 17, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Dave Hodges
Saturday, August 17, 2019

Friend and colleague, Kathy Rubio, sent me a biographical account of a document written by a person who survived the holocaust conditions in Bosnia between 1992 and 1995. According to Kathy, the man has had a stroke and obviously would not be available for interviews. Subsequently, I went through the 8 page document and extracted information that related to the importance of having guns in a crisis. Not one word, or one sentence was altered in any way, even down to the conjugation of verbs.

After I extracted the word-for-word- account of the this person’s experience in Bosnia, related to the importance of having guns, I organized his answers in accordance to the questions that he was answering that we are currently debating today in America as the government is doing what they can do confiscate our guns and leave us defenseless. For people who think that gun confiscation is a good idea, please shove this article under their nose and insist they read this account.

A Courageous Tale of Survival

You say you survived hell on earth. In general, how prepared were the people for this crisis? When all hell broke loose, how helpful was your government and/or local authorities?

I am from Bosnia. You know, between 1992 and 1995, it was hell. For one year, I lived and survived in a city with 6,000 people without water, electricity, gasoline, medical help, civil defense, distribution service, any kind of traditional service or centralized rule.

Our city was blockaded by the army; and for one year, life in the city turned into total crap. We had no army, no police. We only had armed groups; those armed protected their homes and families.

When it all started, some of us were better prepared. But most of the neighbors’ families had enough food only for a few days. Some had pistols; a few had AK-47s or shotguns.


After a month or two, gangs started operating, destroying everything. Hospitals, for example, turned into slaughterhouses. There was no more police. About 80 percent of the hospital staff were gone. I got lucky. My family at the time was fairly large (15 people in a large house, six pistols, three AKs), and we survived (most of us, at least).

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