ISSN 2330-717X

Bosnia And Herzegovina And XXI Century: No End To Suffering, Curse Of The Present – Essay


Affairs, poverty, unemployment, lobbying for goods produced outside the borders of this country, murders, drugs, deadly diseases, ignoring the value of cultural heritage, hatred, intolerance, envy, corruption, designing mock exams at universities, ignorance as an imperative, knowledge as a pluperfect, connections, chameleons, non-prosecution of economic crime, irresponsibility of elected officials, the vast manipulation with privatization, the struggle for today and here only for myself and only me, claims aimed at defiance of the obligations, disabled war veterans on the verge of insanity, farmers in the struggle for survival, black market of workforce, white madness of snow drifts, subservient policy towards the international community, pending court proceedings, food in supermarkets with an expired shelf life, smuggling of all kinds, nations as a shield for criminals and thieves, opposition as the rotten apple of its own intentions, in a position as the suicide of its own orientations, combatants that are ashamed with their own name and announced happiness, new onset of writers like the dragons of literature “sui generis“, poets that are not children who run away from home, doctors like undertakers, economists as usurers, journalists like cockroaches, dying loves, the fate that disappears, artists as deceivers, a state that ceases to exist, the entities that are municipalities as malignant organisms, elimination of consequences, and not causes, limits that “leek”, the police in conjunction with all types of crime, politicians directed to their own rather than general/common, engineers as builders of the towers of Babylon, the bureaucracy that grows as yeast, the cost of living as well as the doom of future death, war crimes as the most lucrative business …


And communism does not exist anymore.
Or, does it only seem like it?

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Prof. Dr. Sabahudin Hadzialic

Prof. Dr. Sabahudin Hadzialic was born in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe. He is a member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Association of Writers (Sarajevo, BiH), Croatian writers association Herzeg Bosnia (Mostar, BiH), Association of writers Serbia (Belgrad, Serbia), Association of writers of Montenegro (Podgorica, Montenegro) and Journalists Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Association of independent intellectuals "Circle 99", Sarajevo and Ambassador of POETAS del MUNDO in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is Freelance Editor in Chief of the electronic and print magazine DIOGEN pro culture (2009 -) and Editor in Chief of E–magazine MaxMinus (2010-2014) from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He has the status of the Self-sustained artist in the Canton of Sarajevo since Jan. 1, 2009. As of Jan. 1, 2013 he has a status of Distinguish self-sustained artist in Canton of Sarajevo by the Decision of the Minister of Culture and Sport of the Canton. He writes scientific papers, poetry and prose with the editing and reviewing books of other authors. He has published 24 books of poetry and prose (stories, aphorisms, stage plays, novels), essays and textbooks in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, France, USA, Italy, and Switzerland. He has a doctoral (Assoc. Prof. Dr.) scientific title in Media and Communications and he has Dr. Honoris Causa title as well. He taught and teach, as the professor, in Poland, Lithuania, and Italy. He is the member of International boards of several scientific and cultural magazines in BiH and internationally. So far he published more than 70 scientific papers in national and international scientific journals. He is an author of scientific papers, articles, and bibliography and review articles published in domestic and foreign magazines. He has participated in numerous international and national scientific conferences. His poems, short stories, stage plays, novel and aphorisms have been published in journals in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Slovenia, England, Ireland, Spain, Kosovo, Italy, China, Estonia, Bulgaria, Denmark, Turkey, Lebanon, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Iran, Austria, Malta Estonia, Germany, Greece, Albania, Romania, India and USA. His poetry and prose were translated into English, French, German, Spanish, Turkish, Italian, Arabian, Polish, Estonian, Albanian, Maltesian, Bulgarian, Persian, Chinese and Romanian. He was the co-owner of the first private newspaper in Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (as part of former Yugoslavia) titled "POTEZ", Bugojno, Bosnia and Herzegovina back in 1990. WWW:

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