The Winners Movie Series
The war in the former Yugoslavia was caused by the idea that all Serbs must live in one state. Hitler and the Nazis used the same argument to start World War II. There were two persistent problems in the background. The first was the conflict between the unitarian and decentralized way of governing the Federation, and the second was the personal ambition of the President of Serbia, Slobodan Milosevic, who wanted to become the leader of the Federation, position wich was vacant after the death of the lifelong President of Yugoslavia, Joseph Broz Tito.
The Unitarian model allows for the domination of Serbia in the Federation, while the other republics opposed it. With organized street violence, Milosevic tried to take control of the Presidency of Yugoslavia, was the legitimate successor to President Tito, but he failed. Meanwhile, intelligence aggression has took place in the background, mainly towards Croatia, inciting the rebellion of the Serb minority. The Yugoslav National Army (JNA), whose survival depended on the survival of Yugoslavia, bowed to Milosevic because any Yugoslavia was better than none. Having gained military power, after unsuccessfully attempts to seize the Presidency of Yugoslavia, Milosevic, together with the JNA, launche a war on the territory of the former Yugoslavia.
A rebellion was launched in Croatia, managed by Serbia. The JNA armed rebels, intelligence services formed paramilitary units, there is strong support from the Serbian Orthodox Church, and local opportunists recognized the opportunity for personal gain, and acguiring of wealth.