Rebuttal to Seb Starcevic’s Rant Claiming Croatian Celebration of Fascism in Australia

  Seb Starcevic’s article is an example that evidences the fact that we still do not live in a post-truth world and never have. On the contrary, we live in a pre-truth world where truth is yet to arrive. Seb Starcevic’s article “In Australia, some Croats openly celebrate fascism,” published  on Balkaninsight portal on 10th […]

Interview With Charles Billich – A Remarkable Life!

  Interview by Ina Vukic On a day that approached his 85th birthday I walked into the Billich Gallery at The Rocks in Sydney to conduct an interview with the Croatian born, world acclaimed and awarded Australian surrealist Charles Billich as if it was any other day. I knew from previous experiences I would find […]

Petition For Croatian Emigrant Museum – Sign It Please!

THE PETITION TEXT BELOW IN ENGLISH, CROATIAN, SPANISH and GERMAN. YOUR PARTICIPATION IS MOST APPRECIATED! THANK YOU! PETITION We Croatians from all five continents, as well as our families and relatives in the Republic of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, have decided to assist the Homeland Croatia with an extremely valuable cultural, scientific, tourism and […]

Serbia Made Itself Jew-Free, Croatia Did Not!

Simone Weil (French philosopher and political activist) said in her book The Need for Roots: prelude towards a declaration of duties towards mankind (Routledge and Paul, 1952) that truth is “a need of the soul”. She went on to say: “The need for truth is a need more sacred than any other need. Yet it is never […]

Croatia: You Can Run But You Cannot Hide From Depravity Of Communist Crimes

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic’s glaring absence from the burial ceremony of earthly remains of 294 communist crimes victims, recently dug out of mass graves at Gracani on the outskirts of Zagreb, on Friday 23rd August 2019  has thrown a national spotlight on the token, unconvincing and reluctant compassion afforded the victims of communist crimes by […]

Throwing A Hat Into The Ring For Croatia’s Presidency

In a political environment Croatia is finding itself these days, where anything seems possible – where major political parties of either centre, right and left ideological persuasion (who have held governments either in their own right or as minority-governments) are seeing alarming falls in popularity as well as acceleration of infighting within the political parties; […]

Esther Gitman’s Book “Alojzije Stepinac: Pillar of Human Rights” Now at Yad Vashem

The gift given by President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic on July 29, 2019 at Yad Vashem Centre in Jerusalem to Israeli President Reuven Rivlin has gone almost unnoticed in both Croatia and Israel media! True, it rarely happens that the media writes about gifts that the heads of state exchange, but it’s also true that a […]

Croatia – A Lapdog To EU

If being “a success story of the European Union and a role model for other countries attempting to get EU membership,” as the newly elected president of the European Commission said this week about Croatia, is an assessment reached through weighing an EU member country’s efforts to suck up to EU needs rather than needs […]

Croatian Diaspora Role In Development Of Homeland Life Opportunities

On 25 July 2019 my appearance on Laudato TV in Croatia was broadcasted and the public broadcast (in the Croatian language) is now on Youtube. The issues discussed on the TV Program Prosudbe (Judgments, Opinions) concentrated on included current legislation – its lack of spirit and word in genuinely reflecting the widespread national calls for […]

Croatian Studies of University of Zagreb: A New Opportunity For Croats From Diaspora

Picking up university studies in Demography and Emigration and enrolling in a university degree covering these studies is surely something that is likely to attract many young (as well as mature) students and people of Croatian descent living outside Croatia. This new strand of university studies – “Demography and Croatian Emigration” – developed having in […]

Croatia: Majority (Croat) Rights Vs. Minority (Serb) Rights

When the Constitutional Court of Croatia (of any country) evidently and blatantly misses the beat of its own country’s heart (and reason for existence – in the case of Croatia that reason is victory over brutal Serb aggression in the Homeland War) then one could justly pose the question of whether the nation should permit […]

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