Reaction to Communist Red Star Installation in Croatia This Past Weekend

The contemptuous unfortunates say that the new five-pointed star installed on top of a building in Rijeka on September 20, 2020 is, among other things, a symbol of struggle for a better future! Get away from the Croatian people – here are just a few pictures of the future the five-pointed star had installed for Croatians in Yugoslavia! There is no future for Croatia with the five-pointed star and communist apologetics! Ina Vukic

Kažu prezrivi nesretnici da je nova petokraka instalirana na vrhu zgrade u Rijeci 20. rujna 2020. i simbol borbe za bolju dudućnost!

Odmaknite se od hrvatskog naroda –

evo vam samo mali dio u slikama petokraka u Jugoslaviji! 

Hrvatskoj nema budućnosti uz petokraku i komunističke apologete!



  2. Good morning, Ina ! 🙂
    Alioșa ! 🙂

  3. Stevie10703 says:

    Typical communist slogan, I’m shocked they haven’t said “sloboda naroda.” yet. Unfortunately, the evils of socialism/communism are trying to take root again all over the world and not just in Croatia. Hopefully this garbage will be taken down and the people rise up against this. The sad part is these people judge what Grb you can and cannot have yet they put up a red star. Rijeka was the hub of Udba in the Yugo days and it looks like its continuing the tradition.

  4. Very touching

  5. Communism is evil. I stand behind your efforts against it!

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