Croatia: Communist Yugoslavia Apologetics Get Crossed With President Over Tito

Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic
President of Croatia

  As expected, Croatia’s die-hard communists have attempted to cause mayhem among the Croatian public during the past week as their bitter reactions to the eviction of Tito’s bust from the Office of the President clearly signify that Tito’s followers are far from ready to confront the communist crimes and atrocities committed by Tito’s totalitarian […]

CAMPAIGN FOR CROATIA’S HUNGRY CHILDREN – AN UPDATE

Photo source: www.croexpress.eu
(Click on photo to enlarge)

  IndieGoGo.com – “No Child Left Hungry & No Person Left Powerless” Raising hope, empowering dreams by helping feed Croatian school children. Thank you to everyone who has donated funds to this most worthwhile and needed campaign. The IndieGoGo Campaign “No Child Left Hungry & No Person Left Powerless” has ended successfully – exceeding the […]

Croatia: Symbols Of Communist Yugoslavia Totalitarian Regime Evicted From Highest Office In The Land

Removal of bust of
Josip Broz Tito from
Office of the President - Croatia
Photo: Office of the President of the 
Republic of Croatia

“Blessed are those who act justly, who always do what is right” (Psalm 106:3)   Croatia’s President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic has kept her promise and evicted Josip Broz Tito (the bust of Josip Broz Tito and other artifacts, legacy of Tito and his wife Jovanka)  from the Office of the President, Yesterday 19 March 2015.   […]

Croatia: Present Actions For Future and From Past: A Disquieting Mismatch

Croatian President Visits Germany

  Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic visited Germany on Tuesday 17 March on a mission that adds warmth to recently cooled ties between the two countries. Welcoming the Croatian leader to Berlin, President Joachim Gauck emphasised that Germany was home to least 240,000 Croats who had enriched German society. Gauck affirmed that Croatia is an example […]

Croatia: The Case In Which President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic Has Nothing To Learn From Vice Batarelo And New Conservatives

Left: Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic
at Clinton Foundation New York
March 9th, 2015 
Women "Not there yet - on issues of gender equality"
Photo: Lacy Kiernan, Vogue.com
(Click photo to enlarge)

When a publicly recognised person comes out with criticisms against a head of state (president), which lead people to believe that a head of state must not engage in open diplomacy, then the democracy and its full implementation in that state are threatened with great instability. I have followed closely the past week in Croatian […]

Croatia: The First Green Island In The World Project For Mljet

Launching on Island of Mljet
"First Green Island in the World" Project
8 March 2015
Photo: Screenshot HRT.hr news

Sunday 8 March on the stunningly beautiful Island of Mljet was abuzz with the gentle, almost inaudible sounds of electric car engines and enthusiasm on people’s faces. The day marked the launching of the “Mljet – The First Green Island In The World” project, set in motion by the largest financial stimulus for electric cars […]

Croatia: Playing Politics With Hunger

Croatian children school lunch

There’s a worldwide consensus that after many years of stability, world food prices have jumped 85% since 2005 and Croatia is not excluded from this formula. The alarming levels of unemployment due to eroded manufacturing industry, production – closure of production plants and widespread corruption in the privatisation of manufacturing firms – have long ago […]

Croatia’s Foreign Minister Vesna Pusic Flogs A Dead Horse At UN Human Rights Council

Vesna Pusic
Photo: Screenshot UN WEB TV 3 March 2015

  Croatia’s foreign minister and deputy Prime Minister Vesna Pusic is in the grand scheme of the UN map – insignificant. However, when she stands up at a UN event giving a speech on violations of human rights then Croats, indeed the world, need to pay attention, for she is the very example of hypocrisy […]

Croatia Must Not Permit Defending The Most Murderous Regime Of Communist Yugoslavia

Former Yugoslavia's Josip Broz Tito 
among the worst mass murderers
of the 20th century

Photo:Screenshot Daily Mail.co.uk

  Nigel Jones of the UK Daily Mail wrote in October 2014 that “the 20th century witnessed death and slaughter on an unprecedented scale. It was the century of the Holocaust and two World Wars; of communist, Nazi, fascist and military dictators who between them killed more than 100 million people”. He compiled a list […]

Croatia: Tourism And Ecosystems Fret As Offshore Drilling Rushed

Pristine Croatian Coast

  Millions of tourists visit the beautiful Adriatic coast of Croatia every year and indeed are the ones to whom Croatian economy, no matter how deeply in tatters, owes much gratitude. However, the current government’s increasing acceleration and rush to get going with offshore drilling looking for oil and gas speaks of the government’s path […]

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