Therefore, let me present to you a movie instead.
It's almost two hours long.
Quite long, actually.
But this is the best movie I had watched about the Bosnian war. It's based on a real story.
I know, it's a bit too long to watch right now, so, the following is a summary of the movie. Maybe you can watch it when you are really free.
The horrors of war are examined from the view points of lifelong friends and expert sharpshooters Vlado Selimović and Slavko Stanic who end up on opposing sides of the Bosnian War in Sarajevo. Slavko, an ethnic Serb and unemployed bachelor, becomes a sniper and instructor training the Army of Republika Srpska snipers used to terrorize the city. Vlado, a Muslim married father and successful owner of a furniture factory, rejects his friend's offer to gain an escape from the city. Instead, he becomes a marksman in the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and attempts to counter the sniper threat. Vlado soon realizes his friend, an exceptionally skilled marksman, is the enemy sniper responsible for a number of seemingly impossible shots against residents of their own neighbourhood. The two friends eventually have to face-off and only one survives.
This is the link to the summary :
That country's ethnic make up at the start of the war is almost the same as ours.
The Bosniak Muslim is about 55 per cent, Serbs about 30 per cent, Croats about 15 per cent.
Bear in mind that their country's ethnic-relation was better than in Malaysia before the war.
Maybe we can revisit what happened to the Bosnians and reflect on ourselves.
Maybe after that we could be grateful for what we have now instead of bitching about everything under the sun.