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

Donald Tusk (L)
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

Croatian Prime Minister
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 […]

Croatia: Morals Of Lizards And Other Communist Depravities

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"Hrvatski Tjednik"/ Croatian Weekly
featuring article on 
leading communists in Croatia still
terrorising the nation daily
Photo courtesy: Ivica Marijacic, Hrvatski Tjednik

  It is axiomatic that politics is the art of the possible, and moral considerations in government will reflect the ideology harboured by those who govern and those who wield power. As profusely as Croatia had bled in its Homeland War during 1990’s as it sought to secede from communist Yugoslavia and build freedom and […]

About Removing Liberty For Serbia On Croatian Soil

Serb Orthodox Christmas reception
in Zagreb Croatia 5 January 2017
Vladimir Bozovic (R) representing Serbia's PM
Andrej Plenkovic (C) Croatian Prime Minister
Milorad Pupovac (L) head of
Serb National Council in Croatia and MP

As Americans grow increasingly weary of involvement in messy overseas conflicts and espionage-flavoured intrigues, foreign dignitaries’ travel to US has in this transition time between two administrations grown increasingly more complicated —and potentially perilous to their political aggregate — as they try to show their foreign policy bona fides to America. For the foreign policy […]

Croatia: Project Velebit Joins Battle To Drive Out Ghost Of Communism From Constitution

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  For the survival and well being of a nation it is essential that all and each generation understand the meaning of the nation’s Constitution. As Aristotle wrote long ago: “It is useless to have the most beneficial laws, fully agreed upon by all who are members of the constitution, if they are not going […]

Croatia: Riding Through Another Red Storm

Memorial plaque to 11 HOS
defenders killed in Jasenovac in 1991

  It’s normal for Croatian public news agency HINA to report on news from Serbia and from everywhere, but as far as I’m concerned it’s not normal for the same agency to report or purport to report as news to the Croatian public the opinion emanating with hatred and lies and other depravities against Croatia […]

Croatia: Teasers, Tinsel and Tassels For Christmas

Croatia's Prime Minister
Andrej Plenkovic
Photo:www,andrejplenkovic.hr

Were I to put together Christmas messages and wishes from Croatia’s President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, from Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic and from State Secretary head of government’s office for Croats living abroad Zvonko Milas, I would end up with a mangled and aloof heap of teasers, tinsels and tassels I couldn’t possibly reuse on next year’s […]

Merry Christmas

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Wishing you all peace and love. Thank you for your support throughout the years and the delight in living continues in being a part of people community. As we have that, together we can move mountains. Ina Vukic  

Croatia: Root Out the New Left And Its Kin

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On approach to Christmas Day – looking back and looking forward with this brief post. Many would say: deservedly, not a good wrap up for 2016 for the liberalist side of the political field throughout the world and major events and trends of their own making are, hopefully, to cause irreparable damage to key liberal […]

Legalising Marijuana Would Solve Croatia’s Economic Woes Says Madcap Politician

Ivan Pernar (L), General Zeljko Glasnovic (R)

  As I watched Ivan Pernar’s televised submission (14 December 2016) to the Croatian parliament on the matter of legalising marijuana it was difficult for me, a qualified and duly licensed professional in the field of mental processes and behaviour, to ascertain whether or not I was listening to an articulation of an intricately florid, […]

New Book In English On Croatian War of Independence By Ante Nazor

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The Zvonko Busic Taik Foundation (Zaklada Zvonko Bušić) from Croatia, founded and molded by Zvonko Busic’s widow, the well-known American author and activist Julienne Eden Busic, is doing an authoritative job in the spreading of Croatian truth into the English language. Already, in its relatively short existence, the foundation has organised and facilitated the translation […]

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