The Alarm Bells of Vukovar

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The war is not over in Vukovar.

The restoration of Eastern Slavonia to Croatia after four years of brutal occupation did not put an end to the war of lies and deception.  Amid disingenuous and euphemistic discussions of ‘minority rights’ and ‘reconciliation’, the truth is still struggling to be heard.  Europhiles beholden to the quasi-Communist notion that peace and goodwill can be legislated are deaf to the alarm bells ringing loudly in Vukovar.

Truth ought to be indiscriminate, but I can assure you that only a tiny part of the truth about Vukovar’s post-war ‘reconstruction’ is being heard.  This is especially the case for those of us who are not native to Croatia.  We are very much deceived if we believe it is as simple as the people of Vukovar failing to ‘move on’ after the war.  The danger in such lies is that they contain an element of the…

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  1. Mishka, great article. It is important that your article and Ina’s article on this subject be translated into Croatian and published in every Croatian newspaper.

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  2. Siempre esta la deuda de la humanidad.
    Gracias por el articulo .
    Un beso.

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