Nobel Prizegiving Decisions: Gone To The Dogs

War Crimes Apologist Peter Handke To The Critics Of Genocide Perpetrated By Serbs: “You can stick your corpses up your arse!” No declarative words can describe the emotions and content triggered by this year’s Nobel Prize for Literature better than the idiom “gone to the dogs”. Nobel Prize has all gone badly wrong and lost […]

Radovan Karadzic The Butcher Of Bosnia – Given Life Sentence

The United Nations international criminal tribunal in The Hague has Wednesday 20 March 2019 rejected former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic’s appeal against his conviction for genocide and war crimes committed during the war of 1992-1995 that saw the bloody carving out of the so-called entity Serbian Republic within Bosnia and Herzegovina and increased his […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Croatian Parliament Declaration On Position of Croats In Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Croatian Parliament has Friday 14 December 2018 adopted the proposed Declaration on the Position of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) (PDF Declaration). Votes for were 81, against 11 and abstaining 4. Hence, the desired consensus was not reached, which leaves space for ongoing political manipulation and set backs in the lobbying for strengthening […]

Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Komsic affair – restored!

Balkan history is replete with examples of how disingenuous political tactics used to establish an ethnic hegemony lead to tragedy. Unfortunately, people who refuse to recognize history’s mistakes are prone to repeating them. By Gordon N. Bardos/ transcoflict  Some six years ago, the present author did a mathematical analysis of Bosnia’s 2010 electoral results which […]

A Matter For Self-Preservation: Croatians In Bosnia and Herzegovina

On Sunday 7 October 2018, Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) held general elections, including for its three-member presidency. The multi-ethnic institution, which includes one representative from each of the country’s three ethnic communities – the Croats, the Muslim Bosniaks and the Serbs – is one of the power-sharing bodies established to promote and sustain equal rights in the […]

Interview With Zeljko Glasnovic – Croatian Diaspora MP

  By Stjepan Ivan Mandic, Fenix Magazine Translation into English: Ina Vukic Croatians In the diaspora carry Croatia in their hearts.  Croatia must professionalise its administration and its public governance. It must have functional institutions that would implement laws. Independent judiciary that would guarantee safety in the administration of law must exist, Zeljko Glasnovic said. […]

Happy Birthday Herceg Bosna

Today, in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Serbs have their own entity, Serbian Republic (Republika srpska) and Bosniaks/Muslims dominate the Federation entity where Bosniaks and Croats were intended to hold equal rights, political and existential power. That was the intention and the spirit of the 1995 Dayton Accords, which were designed to keep BiH in one […]

Yugoslav Army Aided Serbs In Aggression Against Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina

Serbian tactics of denial of its aggression against Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and of war crimes committed in the early 1990’s never cease to shock, infuriate and rivets sharp chill-spikes into the spine. The tactics range from playing the victim (when in fact the aggressor), blatant denial, and twisted justification to appearing to […]

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