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 […]

Ina Vukic – Biography and How to Vote In Croatian Elections

Election campaigning silence for the Croatian Parliamentary elections (4th and 5th July) starts from midnight Thursday 2nd July. As all who have visited my blog are aware, I am a candidate on the Election List No 10, for the 11th Electorate (representing Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Croatian Diaspora worldwide). List 10 is […]

UDBa and ORJUNA Are Destroying General Glasnovic

  Article by URBANI DESNIČAR Translated by INA VUKIC Let’s start with a fist to the head, and then we will return to the text later. Namely, a GREAT FRAUD, rigging, is being prepared by MOST’s orjunas (ORJUN= Organisation of Yugoslav Nationalists) and Dragan Covic’s udbas (UDBa=Yugoslav Secret Police). Their aim? To prevent General Zeljko […]

Zvonko Busic Committed Suicide Because Of Croats Operating Like Zdravka Busic

  Croatians in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatians in the Diaspora – at this time of General Elections for the Croatian Parliament remember this: the only candidates running for you who deserves your vote are the candidates on the Independent List Zeljko Glasnovic. List Number 10.  I say that because it is retired General Zeljko Glasnovic […]

We Are Your Voice- Mi Smo Vaš Glas

Please watch and share this 54 Seconds video from Youtube. Thank you! We know that mainstream media in Croatia is controlled by the political parties in power who filter with bias the information the public is entitled to. Your sharing of this video means that Croatian people get a fair and deserved chance of being […]

An Interview With Ina Vukic – “Future Member Of Croatian Parliament For The Diaspora”

    Interview by: Urbani Desničar Translated into English from source To describe Ina Vukic in a few sentences is an impossible task. She gave so much for the Croatian Homeland and the diaspora that I could write a book about it (in sequels). And what did she ask for in return? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! Her […]

And The Dream Team For Croatia’s Better Future Emerges

This blog portal has been my virtual home for almost 9 years and here I have had the amazing honour of meeting, corresponding with and feeling the vibes of thousands upon thousands of good people throughout the world who, like me, want the best for Croatia, a country many have never seen but heard of. […]

The Glory Of Croatian Patriotism

Patriotism is about loyalty to the principles upon which a nation was founded and today’s Croatia is founded on the Homeland War of 1990’s. We cannot allow the idea of patriotism to render us disillusioned because disillusion sows the seeds for authoritarianism to run riot and ravage the fabrics strung together to form the nation […]

Canadian Croatians –Asserting Their Voting Rights

The Canadian paralegal specialising in International Relations (who has also worked at The Hague International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia/ICTY), also a citizen of Croatia living in Canada, Ana Katalinic, B.A., has during the past day published her letter to her Member of Parliament of Canada seeking urgent clarification as to why Croatian citizens living […]

Croats Abroad Seeking Correction of the Croatian Constitution

It’s General Elections time for the Croatian Parliament once again! General Elections will be held on 4th and 5th of July 2020. As in previous election campaigns the Croatian and the public in general will hear many promises people want to hear from the previously alternating HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union) and SDP (Social Democratic Party) […]

2020 Croatian Statehood Day: The Only Way Forward is Decommunise And Democratise!

“Communism is dead, but nobody has yet seen its corpse,” pronounced the first post-Soviet president of Estonia, Lennart Meri in the early 1990s (Meri 1994). For Croatia, it has taken inordinately and widely insufferably longer compared to its Central and East European counterparts to bury the body of communism. A reason behind this is undoubtedly […]

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