Croatia Standing Up Against New Peaks In Vicious Cycle Of Serbian Nationalism

Increasing pressure and uneasy disquiet is building up in many Croats’ hearts as 5 August 2015 approaches – 20th anniversary of Operation Storm, of liberating Croatia from the brutal, murderous, dark forces of ethnically cleansing Serb occupying forces. The uneasy, painful disquiet, which wants to scream with protestation, comes with the relentless and aggressive campaign […]

US General Martin Dempsey Awarded Croatian High Ranking Medal Of Honour

  United States Army General Martin Dempsey, who is the current Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was awarded the Order of Duke Trpimir with Neck Badge and Morning Star (Red kneza Trpimira s ogrlicom i Danicom) in Zagreb on Monday 22 September 2014   The Order of Duke Trpimir ranks fifth in the […]

Corruption investigators knocking on Croatia’s former president’s – Stjepan Mesic – door!

Corruption seems woven deeply into the fabric of  that part of Croatian society where former, and perhaps some current power brokers, politicians and public company directors roam. No big surprise there, all former communist countries are tarnished with the same brush. The challenge is to pluck out the rotten threads, one by one, and free […]

Serge Brammertz’s Belgium commemorates genocidal maniac King Leopold II but Brammertz thinks Croatia’s wrong to commemorate Operation Storm!

It’s taken me a couple of days to calm down. Had I written this post a couple of days ago it would have been done with unrestrained outrage pouring out of my keyboard. Some persons in powerful positions are driven by hypocrisy and ulterior or bigoted political agendas that evoke suspicion, disappointment, bitterness and outrage. […]

General Ante Gotovina’s wife Dunja still a victim of cruel European Union and Croatian politics

An article by Croatian journalist Davor Ivankovic, “SDP will reinstate Dunja Gotovina to her job” was published in Vecernji List and translated into English. Suffice to say, I was deeply shaken by this article. While aware that stigma as a social phenomenon can grow its own legs in society at large and often results in […]

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