Obtain Esther Gitman Book “Alojzije Stepinac: Pillar of Human Rights”

  The latest book by Dr. Esther Gitman, “Alojzije Stepinac: Pillar of Human Rights” can now be purchased online from the publisher “Kršćanska sadašnjost” / Christian Contemporaneity at http://www.ks.hr/alojzije-stepinac-pillar-of-human-rights “The book Alojzije Stepinac, the Pillar of Human Rights examines how a young priest, in his thirties, from a rural Croatia region rose to become a […]

Dr. Esther Gitman And Us: Great Day For History of Croatian History

  By Matko Marusic, Prof. Emer. (First published in http://www.narod.hr, 20 February 2019) (Translated from Croatian by Ina Vukic)   On February 13, 2019, Dr. Esther Gitman launched her book “Alojzije Stepinac: Pillar of Human Rights” at the Croatian Catholic University in Zagreb. That day is the turning point of the history of Croatian history […]

Croatian History And Deconstruction Of Lies

Deconstructing the lies that communists and pro- Greater Serbia politically astute mercenaries have pursued on WWII Croatian historiography, with view to vilify Blessed Alojzije (Aloysius) Stepinac (WWII Archbishop of Zagreb persecuted and falsely accused of Nazi collaboration by Josip Broz Tito’s communist Yugoslavia) and the Croatian nation as a whole, is a path upon which […]

Croatia: Sovereignty Should Equal Decommunisation

  It’s been several years since Croatian politics had entered largely uncharted waters of political survival and political assertion in a democratic system, which fundamentally promotes freedom of political and other association. The struggle for political survival and assertion in Croatia among the voting population, which has until 1990 lived for five decades under a […]

Rehashing Croatian Citizenship Act – Croatian Diaspora Takes A Spotlight

  In its legal formulation, citizenship is a fundamental expression of membership in a nation! Automatic right to citizenship by descent/ancestry is far valuable for the Croatian national goal of having as many Croats return than what citizenship by naturalisation is. No question about that! If I hear once more a Croatian government representative, or […]

Croatia: Revisionism As Correction Of Recorded History

This first-ever report rating individual European Union countries on how they face up their Holocaust pasts was published on January 25, 2019 to coincide with UN Holocaust Remembrance Day. Researchers from Yale and Grinnell Colleges travelled throughout Europe to conduct the research. Representatives from the European Union of Progressive Judaism (EUPJ) have endorsed their work. […]

Ethnic Replacement in Europe and “White Man’s Guilt”

  Ethnic Replacement in Europe and “White Man’s Guilt” – New Podcast in English     Excerpt from Podcast: Zeljko Glasnovic: “…the threat to Europe is not so much external but internal, we have the so-called Trojan horse NGO’s and political parties, they’re inviting mass migration …they’re the creators of this wave … Angela Merkel […]

Open Letter to Mr. Efraim Zuroff (In Pursuit of Truth)

(Translated from Croatian into English) Prof. Emer. Matko Marušić, MD, PhD SPLIT, CROATIA to Efraim Zuroff 1 Mendele Street Jerusalem 92147 ISRAEL January 18, 2019 Esteemed Mr. Zuroff, I read an article on January 10, 2019, posted on the Croatian portal Index.hr, of your demand that the Croatian Government ban the book Razotkrivena Jasenovačka laž […]

Croatian Diaspora: Return or Extinction

  New Podcast in English     Zeljko Glasnovic, Independent MP Croatian Parliament for the Croatian Diaspora: “…Croatia is the only country that I know of, on the Globe, that has a parliamentary system where minorities, we have eight minorities in the Croatian parliament, they decide key issues like the budget, national security … they’re […]

Migrant Crisis: Awakening or Death? A Podcast Of Note!

    Zeljko Glasnovic, MP Croatian Parliament: “Croatians in Bosnia saved Bosnia and Herzegovina. Without them there would be no Federation, in fact there would be no Croatia because the crucible of the war a single battlefield, not just Croatia or Bosnia, it was a single battlefield. They, in 1992, the referendum, the Croatians came […]

In Croatia: A Robe of Political Evil

  When in this day and age in Croatia the president of the Croatian Peasant Party (Hrvatska seljačka stranka/HSS) declares at the Serbian Orthodox Christmas soirée organised by the Serbian National Council in Zagreb that he deeply believes in brotherhood and unity between Serbs and Croats chills run down the spine. Chills run down the […]

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