Croatia: A Mass For Victims And You Are Invited

Poziv na Sv_misu i javnu tribinu_Sveta mati Slobode

 

For all those who are in Zagreb on Friday 11 December 2015 please be informed and invited to this event:

Croatian Victimology Society and Croatian National Ethical Tribunal invite you to an ethical panel and program at

The Holy Mother of Freedom Church
Ul Don Petar Simic, Jarun in Zagreb
Friday 11 December 2015 at 7 p.m. a Mass will be consecrated for all our victims, especially for the first president Dr Franjo Tudjman and the victim by the hand of the police Darko Pajicic. At 8 pm there will be an ethical panel on the topic of
“ The Appearances of Treason in Culture”. Members of the panel will be: Josip Pecaric, Nevenka Nekic, Eva Kirchmayer-Bilic and Djuro Vidmarovic.

The book “Ethical Conviction of Tito and His Followers and the Time of Victim” will be available for purchase at promotional prices.

Program will be led by Eva Kirchmayer-Bilic and Zvonimir Separovic

Comments

  1. Bless all the victims and pray for peace in the world.

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  2. I pray for the victims and wish I could attend this!

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  3. “Friday 11 December 2015 at 7 p.m. a Mass will be consecrated for all our victims, especially for the first president Dr Franjo Tudjman and the victim by the hand of the police Darko Pajicic…..”
    Darko Pajicic was unquestionably a victim, in his case, of police brutality, the consequences of which led to his untimely death…. but Dr. Franjo Tudjman a victim? If so, victim of what and by whose hand was he victimized? Doesn’t make any sense to me, he died of natural causes, right? Of course a mass can be requested for anyone’s soul, but don’t understand the “especially for the first president…” Sounds like some publicity spinning.
    Za Dom Spremni!

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    • I know what you mean Velebit – Tudjman’s death was not at the hand of others but he did die of a broken heart I am certain (besides terminal illness) – he was a victim of lies and false accusations that was vicious so vicious it affected those around him as well as the good name of Croatia as well and of course, Stjepan Mesic led the campaign of lies. I get physically sick when I see Stjepan Mesic still present at important gatherings in Croatia – a total rot

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