Historian Claims Allies Raped Almost 1 Million German Women After WWII – Could Delivery Of Croatians For “The Bleiburg Massacres” Share Same Motives?

Bleiburg, Austria, May 1945
Fleeing Croats delivered by
the British to communist Yugoslavia

  Today’s generations everywhere cannot nor should they wear the guilt of heinous crimes committed by their ancestors, but today’s generations everywhere should and must expose those crimes and seek justice for the victims of such crimes at least in ensuring that history reflects factual accounts no matter how ugly those accounts are. The Western […]

Croatia: Renewed Aggression And Hatred From Serbia – Alarms

Vicious and Indicted Serb War Criminal 
Vojislav Seselj
Burns the Croatian Flag in Belgrade

  It’s difficult to conclude that the renewed aggression against Croatia coming out of Serbia since the indicted war criminal Vojislav Seselj burned the Croatian flag last week is not politically connected to the announcement by Milorad Dodik, the president of the Serbian Republic (entity within Bosnia and Herzegovina/B&H, which has the 1995 massacre and […]

Keeping Tito Afloat Then And Now – The detriment of Yugonostalgia To Croatia

yugonostalgia copy

  A form of nostalgia for communist-led Yugoslavia (whether celebrating Tito as a great leader or starting a new organisation or political party that glorifies the so-called Tito’s antifascism) still, after 24 years of independence, interferes with the lives of Croats almost every day. One comes across a plethora of incompatible or opposite reactions in […]

Happy Easter With A Croatian Tradition

Big Easter eggs Zagreb Croatia

Happy Easter! To all who celebrate Easter: May you feel the hope of new beginnings, love and happiness throughout these Easter holidays and beyond throughout your life. And those who do not celebrate Easter: May love and happiness fill all your days. I hope you will enjoy the photo gallery here of giant Easter eggs […]

Croatians To Compete In Ball Hockey World Championship For The First Time Ever

Croatian Ball Hockey Association Team

    What fantastic news: Croatia will for the very first time compete at the Men’s Ball Hockey World Championship in the U.S. during May 2015. Organising the team, getting ready for the tournament – all from scratch – is a big task that deserves the highest of praises and support, both moral and financial […]

Croatia: Fight Against Corruption And President’s Important Step In Earnest Protection Of Whistleblowers

President of Croatia
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic

  Those who are brave enough to expose corruption, fraud and similar criminal deeds should enjoy a privileged status in any society especially the one where corruption and fraud are seen as major stumbling blocks of economic prosperity and opportunity for individuals to progress in life on their merit and positive contribution to society. In […]

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 […]


Photo source: www.croexpress.eu
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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 […]

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