28 May – Croatian Armed Forces Day

Congratulations on the Croatian Army Day to everyone! THANK YOU very much to the volunteers and defenders of the Homeland War, and especially to the volunteers who came to defend Croatia and its independence from the diaspora and Bosnia and Herzegovina! The Day of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia and the Day […]

Yugoslav Communists Did Not Liberate Croatia In 1945! Remembering Bleiburg Genocide

“There is method in the madness” idiom originates I believe from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet (1602). Whoever wishes to subscribe to practicing double standards vis-à-vis victims of crimes, in order to justify an oppressive political regime such as communism, is on their own as far as humanity is concerned. Or at least, it should be that […]

At General Elections Show Solidarity With The Diaspora – The Most Important Investor And Tax Payer In Croatia

Both cynics and optimists (albeit with a heavy heart) have long indulged in the thinking that corruption (one of the predominant characteristics of doing private or government business inherited from communist Yugoslavia) in Croatia will continue to plague the country simply because the benefit of doing it outweighs its cost. After swindling millions from government […]

Bleiburg Massacres of Croats: Tito – A Licence For Genocide

THIS VIDEO OF HISTORICAL FACTS REGARDING COMMUNIST CRIMES AGAINST CROATIANS AS WWII ENDED IS IN ENGLISH WITH SUBTITLES IN THE CROATIAN LANGUAGE PLEASE WATCH! LEST WE FORGET! In 1945, just a few days after the end of World War II, Tito and his partisans began the mass liquidation of men, women and children and all […]

Croatia: Political Communist Crimes Murder Hundreds Of Thousands Croatian Independence Faithful Innocents – “The Bleiburg” Massacres – Lest We Forget!

As WWII ended 200,000 Croatian disarmed soldiers and 500,000 civilians (men, women, children) left Croatia seeking refuge from the West only to be sent back from the Bleiburg field in Austria by the British, who held command over that part of Europe, to communist Yugoslavia headed by one of the top ten mass murderers of […]

CROATIA: President Milanovic – You Are Fired! An Open Letter To The President Of Croatia

President Zoran Milanovic, Were I confident that this letter would not end up in a wastepaper basket in your office then this letter would not be an Open Letter, but sadly my confidence is justifiably shaky. Were the matters I will address in this letter not matters that are of utmost importance for Croatia and […]

Unearthing Hidden Truth About Croatian Jasenovac Camp – An Interview with Igor Vukic

The month of April and early May are always very difficult and painful times for people who pursue the truth. Lies about the WWII Jasenovac Camp in Croatia has been the staple food of Yugoslav communists, headed by Serbs in whose interests it was to bury the truth of Serbia as one of the first […]

OPERATION FLASH 1st May 1995 Start Of Liberation Of Croatia From Serb Occupation And Brutal Aggression

Today, 1st May 2020, Croatia’s leftist president Zoran Milanovic walked out of a state ceremony in Okucani where memorial and wreath-laying was being held for the fallen in the military operation Flash that commenced the liberation of Croatian territory from Serb aggression and occupation. Milanovic walked away in protest after seeing one of the participants […]

Croatia: It’s Time To Get Rid Of Communist Nebulosities

“Now is the time to get rid of these nebulosities from the past. We have been listening to the Partisan ‘truth’ for far too long. Opponents of revision, as well as the promoters of historical forgery, want to hide crimes and the criminals; and the truth. But in vain. No one can stop the truth!” […]

Appeal: Stop the new attempt to occupy Croatia!

MEDIA MOBBING: Croatia’s self-proclaimed, leftist (if not communist nostalgic), fact-checker Faktograf accuses others of posting inaccuracies when they themselves spread falsehoods and inaccuracies. The following text was received with a plea for help from Croatians living abroad in order to lobby for eradication of such biased approach to confusing and twisting the truth which, it […]

Croatia: For Eternal Glory

The Easter story is the story of hope. Easter Sunday is one of the most festive events among Christians worldwide. It commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection. The knowledge and sight of Jesus’ crucifixion more than 2000 years ago initially brought a sudden halt to so much hope and promise in the lives of his living, ardent […]

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