Migrant Crisis: Awakening or Death? A Podcast Of Note!



Zeljko Glasnovic, MP Croatian Parliament: “Croatians in Bosnia saved Bosnia and Herzegovina. Without them there would be no Federation, in fact there would be no Croatia because the crucible of the war a single battlefield, not just Croatia or Bosnia, it was a single battlefield. They, in 1992, the referendum, the Croatians came out in mass and voted for an independent Bosnia and Herzegovina. Also they, Croatian forces, saved Bosnia during the war against Serb aggression…with the signing of the Dayton Agreement Croatian forces held 51% of the present territory of the Federation and the war there was for Croatians was a fight for biological survival as it is today. Today they are in danger from different sources… today they’re victims of political engineering. They’re caught between two diverging political cultures, political concepts. One is Greater Serbia imperialism, we ha a mini state within Bosnia and Herzegovina also Bosniak Muslim unitarianism. Bosniaks in Bosnia primarily look towards the Bosphorus, to Turkey as a mentor … “

(L) Dr Tom Sunic (R) Zeljko Glasnovic, MP


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