Steve Kustro – Monumental Humanitarian Walk For Children Of Croatia

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  In May 2017 and Australian-Croatian artist Steve Kustro will embark on a monumental and amazingly heartwarming 36-day Humanitarian Walk from Dubrovnik to Vukovar, raising funds to help needy children’s charities in Croatia. I do trust the support he gathers for this throughout the world will be as generous and as strong as his aim […]

George Soros’s Democracy Wrecking Ball In Croatia – Condemned!

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  In July 2016 the globally influential financial analysts Zerohedge claimed George Soros “singlehandedly created the European refugee crisis”; Breitbart news said Soros’s funding of Black Lives Matter was part of an agenda to swing the US presidential election; and popular US radio host Alex Jones says “Soros is behind the Muslim takeover of the […]

Of Croatian Blood – Of Foreigner Substance

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Foreigner Act and the diaspora: Of Croatian blood – of foreigner substance? Mid to late January 2017 saw readings in the Croatian parliament of evidently EU-driven proposals for amendments to the Foreigners Act 2011 of Croatia (including amendments to it prior to 2016). Foreigners Act is of exceptional importance because it contains definitions of foreigners […]

“You Will Fall Madly, Deeply, Truly in love with Croatia” – Second Generation Croatian Diaspora On The Move

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Photo: courtesy of Eugene Brcic Jones

    The Croatian diaspora is an endless source of inspiration and hope for the homeland despite the frustrations that constantly arise from a rather stark neglect by Croatia to effectively lead ongoing and consistent campaigns that keep the homeland/diaspora relationship a vital part of the homeland life. As to inspiration and hope, Australian Croatian […]

Croatia: When Flippant Psychiatry Deals At Helm Of Parliament

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Speaker of Croatian Parliament
Photo: Damir Sencaar/HINA/POOL/Pixsell

    The need for lustration in Croatia is at a critical stage. The inadequate and ineffective jurisprudential addressing of this absolute and unquestionable need, that serves the purpose of cleansing Croatia of communist mindset and practices, is creating destructive social pressures on an already ideologically divided nation, often stirred into contagions of despair due […]

Stunning New Airport In Croatia Gets Proud Nametag: Franjo Tudjman

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Photo: www.tudjman.hr

What a fantastic day Monday 30 January in Zagreb. The new Zagreb International Airport has in the lead up to its official opening in the second half of March 2017 finally received its new name in big proud writing: AIRPORT FRANJO TUDJMAN!   This is the place where the world greets Croatia and Croatia greets […]

Croatia: Sorry Prime Minister – There’s Nothing Sober About Communist Crimes

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Like in some disturbingly teasing political oh-no-not-this-reality-show-again, Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic keeps showing us through his actions that he is out of touch with reality when it comes to duly acknowledging the serious divisions in society sprouting from the past totalitarian regimes and is alarmingly way off the mark when it comes to dealing […]

Croatia: Only People Of Integrity Must Vie For Public Office

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Painting by Vlaho Bukovac 1895

Almost 27 years into its existence and the Croatian Parliament often seems to struggle tolerating or even acknowledging those members who sit in it and who persist in naming policies of priority to be developed and implemented, which the government of the day has failed to address. Initiatives crucially important to the advancement of Croatia’s […]

Donald Trump Vibrations In Croatia

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The people who put Donald Trump into the Office of the President of the United States want security and solidarity, not creative destruction as the one liberalism is widely credited with; they want four solid walls of abode and a roof over their heads. If anything, in these American presidential elections, a convincing majority of […]

EC’s Donald Tusk’s Pep Talk Elates Croatian Parliament

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Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitaroviv (C)
Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic (R)
Photo: net,hr

European Council president’s, Donald Tusk’s Monday 16 January speech in the Croatian parliament celebrating 25 years since the international recognition of Croatia’s independence was a well-received congratulatory recitation of Croatia’s accomplishments with a succinct nudge as to future directions awaiting the country. The deepest political thrust of his speech, however, appears in his mention of […]

Homeland And Diaspora Equally Deserving For International Recognition of Independent Croatia

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Andrej Plenkovic
Photo: Screenshot hrt.hr 13 January 2017

International recognition of Croatia’s independence is one of the most important events in Croatia’s history and Croatia with its diaspora celebrate that 15 January 1992 event every year and so too this year. Croatia’s Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic, in his HRT TV interview on 13 January 2017, leading up to the celebrations of that Day […]

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