Yugoslav Communists Did Not Liberate Croatia In 1945! Remembering Bleiburg Genocide

“There is method in the madness” idiom originates I believe from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet (1602). Whoever wishes to subscribe to practicing double standards vis-à-vis victims of crimes, in order to justify an oppressive political regime such as communism, is on their own as far as humanity is concerned. Or at least, it should be that […]

At General Elections Show Solidarity With The Diaspora – The Most Important Investor And Tax Payer In Croatia

Both cynics and optimists (albeit with a heavy heart) have long indulged in the thinking that corruption (one of the predominant characteristics of doing private or government business inherited from communist Yugoslavia) in Croatia will continue to plague the country simply because the benefit of doing it outweighs its cost. After swindling millions from government […]

Bleiburg Massacres of Croats: Tito – A Licence For Genocide

THIS VIDEO OF HISTORICAL FACTS REGARDING COMMUNIST CRIMES AGAINST CROATIANS AS WWII ENDED IS IN ENGLISH WITH SUBTITLES IN THE CROATIAN LANGUAGE PLEASE WATCH! LEST WE FORGET! In 1945, just a few days after the end of World War II, Tito and his partisans began the mass liquidation of men, women and children and all […]

CROATIA: President Milanovic – You Are Fired! An Open Letter To The President Of Croatia

President Zoran Milanovic, Were I confident that this letter would not end up in a wastepaper basket in your office then this letter would not be an Open Letter, but sadly my confidence is justifiably shaky. Were the matters I will address in this letter not matters that are of utmost importance for Croatia and […]

When Croatia’s Antifa Hicks Try Stopping Church Repairs After Earthquake

During my latest visit to Croatia, March 2020, the country has not only had to deal with the vicious threat of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) spread, desperately trying to avoid the devastation that the neighbouring Italy was living, but a series of terrible earthquakes and aftershocks in Zagreb also forced the country to its knees. People may […]

Spokes In The Wheel For Truth For Croatian Alojzije Stepinac

On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the death of Blessed Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac, the Croatian Catholic University and Interfilm held at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb on Saturday, February 8, the premiere of the new documentary film “Stepinac: The Cardinal and His Conscience”, authored by Croatia’s acclaimed writer, journalist, screenplay writer and […]

THE PSYCHOTIC LEFT – THE GREATEST THREAT TO CROATIA

  Speech by retired general Zeljko Glasnovic, Member of Croatian Parliament, Zagreb, on January 21-22, 2020 (Translated into English by Tom Sunic, translation edited by Ina Vukic): “It’s now one month after the Presidential elections in Croatia and still we come across endless discussions being held about the election results. However, all these political palavers […]

Croatia: You Can Run But You Cannot Hide From Depravity Of Communist Crimes

Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic’s glaring absence from the burial ceremony of earthly remains of 294 communist crimes victims, recently dug out of mass graves at Gracani on the outskirts of Zagreb, on Friday 23rd August 2019  has thrown a national spotlight on the token, unconvincing and reluctant compassion afforded the victims of communist crimes by […]

Throwing A Hat Into The Ring For Croatia’s Presidency

In a political environment Croatia is finding itself these days, where anything seems possible – where major political parties of either centre, right and left ideological persuasion (who have held governments either in their own right or as minority-governments) are seeing alarming falls in popularity as well as acceleration of infighting within the political parties; […]

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 […]

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 […]

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