Croatia: Reconciliation Cannot Be Achieved With Denial Of Truth And Lacking Love For Nation Of People

  Many people are asking me these days what is the reaction of the Croatian diaspora to the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of victory in Knin on August 5. The celebration of the 25th anniversary of Operation Storm, was neither visually nor morally nor truthfully a celebration of the great and deeply sacrificial victory […]

Croatian Operation Storm 1995 and the Serb Self-imposed Exodus From Croatia

  In honour of the 25th Anniversary of the Croatian August 1995 Operation Storm that within a matter of days liberated much of its Serb occupied territory I would like to share with the public and my readers the documentary film in the English language that clearly, verifiably and with absolute and irrefutable truth demonstrates […]

“Operation Storm” Documentary – A Gift For Croatian War Veterans And Croatian People

Thank you Mr Nikola Knez of Croatian Film Institute for communicating to me the Press Release from 1 August 2020 which I now translate into English: PRESS RELEASE 01.08.2020 On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the glorious and magnificent military-police operation “Storm”, the Croatian Film Institute presents as a gift Croatian defenders and […]

Interview With Covid-19 Survivor Marko Franovic

  Interview conducted by Ina Vukic Croatian born Marko Franovic, a most successful businessman and a generous benefactor and philanthropist particularly for causes directly relating to the achievement of Croatia’s independence and promotion of its truths. Living in Australia (Sydney) for decades he has never abandoned the good fight for Croatia and indeed, with his […]

Croatia: A Seriously Flawed Democracy

The rise of disinformation about politics and public affairs represents an existential threat to democratic governance in many countries, and Croatia is no exception. After all, democracy rests on citizens having access to accurate and reliable information sources in order to make judgments about how they should be governed. Although I receive email comments, letters […]

Croatian Operation Storm – A Moral And Military Victory By An Exceptional People

Operation Storm – a new documentary film by Nikola Knez. In English. Operation Storm was the single-most decisive battle of the Croatian War for Independence. Launched by the Republic of Croatia in August 1995, it was the largest European land battle since the Second World War. The success of this remarkable military action by Croatia […]

BBC and DW – Go Jump In The Lake! Beauty Of Croatian Lands – Celebrated!

  “How beautiful you are”, by Marko Perkovic Thompson, is not even the national anthem of Croatia and yet it has been molested to “Kingdom come” as nationalistic, fascist, ultra-right – God knows what not, down in the doldrums of leftist miserable existence. As one unsavourily expects The Deutsche Welle (DW) and BBC (and other […]

Salute Croatian Diaspora! Do You Tolerate Gerrymandering?

    Salute Croatian Diaspora! We will not be downtrodden by electoral engineering! Pozdrav hrvatskoj dijaspori! Neće nas pregaziti izborni inženjering!   Prior to 2010 Croatian citizens living abroad were afforded polling stations at times of elections in Croatian Diplomatic and Consular Missions as well as in community centres and clubs. After that the polling […]

Croatia – A Case Of Crumbling Self-Determination Under Communist Pressure

  It took a willing fight of only one exceptional Homeland War veteran (retired General Zeljko Glasnovic) for the main parties of Croatia to show their intolerance towards independent Croatia! Trebala je spremna borba samo jednog izuzetnog branitelja Domovinskog rata (generala Željka Glasnovića) da glavne stranke Hrvatske pokažu svoju netrpeljivost prema neovisnoj Hrvatskoj!

The Perils Of Enemy Of The People Climbing Into Croatia’s New Government

  While getting relatively most seats as single party, Croatian Democratic Union/HDZ did not get enough votes in recent General Elections in Croatia on 5th July 2020 to form a majority government. It will need coalition with other parties. Touting on Croatia’s streets and media that the composition of the new government could include a […]

Australian Croatian Voters Have Lustrated From Their Lives Croatian Communists and Former Communists!

  Only about 18 months ago I wrote that lustration in Croatia starts in Australia. Yesterday’s General Elections for Croatian Parliament results have proved that is the case. Knowing in advance that candidates running for Croatian Parliament from the diaspora have no chance of getting in due to discrimination built into the Electoral law I […]

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