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Croatia Uncensored tour in Australia – Melbourne:
From Left: John Ovcaric, Darko Orec, General Zeljko Glasnovic,
Dr Josip Jurcevic, Dr Tom Sunic, Igor Vukic.
13 September 2018

 

The eagerly awaited tour of Australia organised by Croatian Diasporan Voice, named “Croatia Uncensored” with the very strong politician, scientists and historians who have spent decades in battling for a communist heritage free Croatia made a strong start in Geelong and Melbourne this past weekend. General Zeljko Glasnovic, Member of Croatian Parliament for the Diaspora, Dr Tomislav Sunic, author and political commentator, Dr Josip Jurcevic, author and historian as well as Igor Vukic, political scientist and researcher into the truth of WWII Jasenovac camp started their patriotic tour of Australia during which main issues thwarting real progress toward a fully functional state of Croatia arouse and were openly and strongly discussed in front of and with many Austraian Croatians taking part in these events.

The main points strongly marking this Croatia Uncensured tour of Australia are summarised as follows:

  • The biggest problem in Croatia is the left-right wing of UDBA (Yugoslav Secret Service) that has penetrated the entire State;
  • Croatia is paying tens of thousands pensions into Serbia and yet it has not yet solved the question of Croatian Defence Council status;
  • Lustration has not been carried out;
  • Out of 32 Constitutional court judges 27 were operatives in in former communist Yugoslavia system;
  • It’s easier to create a State than to keep it – all former communist operatives need to be knocked out of the State system;
  • The current Croatian State has disappointed us all;
  • It is a shame that in 1991 Croats didn’t go for the ousting of Yugoslavs and communists;
  • The young need to know that if we don’t understand our past we do not have a chance for a functional democratic future;
  • We need to look for the truth and stick to our identity;
  • Croatia must rid itself of lies and communist legends and myths;
  • The real traitors in Croatia are those who collaborate with former communists such as Milorad Pupovac (a Serb minority parliamentary representative);
  • Representatives in the Croatian Parliament have concocted the so-called joint criminal enterprise, which to them is the independent state of Croatia;
  • This is not a tour of desperation but a call to hope and action for a better, functional democratic Croatia.Ina Vukic

     

    General Zeljko Glasnovic, Member of Croatian Parliament for the Diaspora

 

Dr Josip Jurcevic (R)

 

Igor Vukic

Top from L: Igor Vukic, Josip Jurcevic, Darko Orec, Tom Sunic
Centre row from L: Ina Vukic and Zlata Busic Valet
Front row middle from L: Zeljko Glasnovic, Mary Sumiga

 

 

Dr Tom Sunic (R)

Comments

  1. I hope this tour highlights the many difficulties still to overcome Ina.. And brings about a dialogue in which co-operation may unfold to work together to find solutions to what is obviously still many obstacles to navigate through..
    Wonderful to catch this post this afternoon Ina.. And see your own bright smiles in the photo shot..
    Much love to you and again I applaud you for what you are trying to achieve.. ❤
    Love and Blessings
    Sue ❤

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  2. smiling to your efforts
    making home a better place 🙂

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  3. Ina, the concept in America is ‘The Illusion of Inclusion’. This concept deceives people into thinking they are equal in a democracy, however, negates the dominant impact of economics. One person, one vote is equality, in appearance, however, the visceral problem of democracies is their inequality of economics (finances), which translates into inequality in politics (as far as agenda execution) & correlates to inequality within a ‘justice system’, which ‘stagnates’ a society that promises dynamism based upon equality of opportunity. It is hard to make changes ‘believable’ when the same results are occurring (a permanent upper class means a dying middle class & a permanent, growing lower class). I mean how long before these ‘inequalities’ will impel people to start saying ‘Long Live The King (or Queen), again?

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    • In retrograde for sure, RD. Yes “inclusion” is the buzz word of the past decade and yet, when you examine the state of affairs in society, there has never been more isolation and seclusion…

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