Croatia: No Victim Of Communist Crimes Mourns Death Of Josip Broz Tito

Thirty-nine years ago on 4th May 1980 I sat with friends watching a matinée movie at a theatre in the centre of Zagreb, Croatia, and suddenly the movie stopped screening, lights came on and a man, his face an embodiment of doom, gloom and despondency, appeared on the stage announcing Josip Broz Tito’s death. The […]

Communist Yugoslavia Terror Against Croatians

To the Croatian Australian community it was a shattering blow to their standing in the wider Australian community. They were tainted with the aura of terrorism and little did Australia know it was all a set up by the Yugoslav intelligence agency to achieve exactly this. REASONABLE DOUBT: SPIES, POLICE AND THE CROATIAN SIX Watch […]

Croatia: Mentality Change Equals Croatian National State

26 April 2019 (last leg of Grabar-Kitarovic Presidential mandate): Addressing a special session of Karlovac County Assembly on County Day on Friday, Croatia’s President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic said that the most significant measure at the moment needs to be “reforming our mentality,” in order to make the Croatians think and work faster, more resolutely and […]

CanDo Movement – Croatians Living Outside Croatia

 

BLESSED AND HAPPY EASTER! BLAGOSLOVLJEN I SRETAN USKRS!

    Easter Sunday Prayer Lord God, You loved this world so much, that you gave your one and only Son, that we might be called your children too. Lord, help us to live in the gladness and grace of Easter Sunday, everyday. Let us have hearts of thankfulness for your sacrifice. Let us have […]

Croatia: Nationalist Or Sovereignist Vote?

Consolidation of the nation-state, not sovereign-state, is and should be at the very heart for progress in Croatia. Hence, at this time of political polarisation occurring around focus words for elections as prelude to imminent European Parliament elections in late May of this year (and general elections next year), the Independents for Croatia (Neovisni za […]

HURRY CROATIAN DIASPORA! REGISTER TO VOTE IN EU ELECTIONS

  If you live outside the Republic of Croatia and you are a citizen eligible to vote and you wish to vote – and I trust all do – then you must register to vote in these elections. Registration to vote expires on 15 May 2019 (hence, register before that date)in order to be able […]

Croatia: Caught In European Parliament Elections Storm

It’s been said many a time that the 23-26 May 2019 European Parliament (EUP) elections stand as the most important ones for the EU so far. Today, Europe is in flux; in continued movement and upheaval be it from Brexit process that’s disquieting corridors of power in the UK, in the EU, and wider, be […]

An invitation letter to the Croatian diaspora

First published CroatiaWeek   Dear Croatian Diaspora, In this day of age, with technology shrinking our world and making it possible for people to make an impact from anywhere, the Croatian diaspora has never been more important than now. The Contributions the Croatian diaspora have made to the Homeland are the bedrock of Croatian social, […]

Decommunisation – Crucible For Progress In Croatia/Lobbying In The Shadows Of Communism

Decommunisation as a concept enveloped in national legislative, educational, social and cultural platforms has gained vivid focus in our daily lives after the fall of the Berlin Wall and subsequent fall of communism in European countries. Decommunisation is a process of dismantling the legacies of the communist state establishments, culture, and psychology in the post-communist […]

“Reasonable Doubt – Spies, Police and the Croatian Six”: Australia’s Biggest Miscarriage Of Justice

  Interview with Hamish McDonald, author of “Reasonable Doubt – Spies, Police and the Croatian Six” April 2019, without a shadow of a doubt, will impress upon the Australian Croatian community, indeed the whole of the Australian and world’s community as a month that brings back the memories of terrifying fears and the 1970’s utterly […]

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