Moving To The Motherland – Demographic Fix (?)

The latest data released by Croatian Bureau of Statistics showed only 36,647 children were born in the country last year, the lowest in the last 100 years. This is the first time the number fell below 37,000, which is almost twice less than in 1960 when 76,156 children were born. There are at least two […]

Who Killed Zvonko Busic?

Until 2008 the U.S. officially considered Nelson Mandela a terrorist. During the Cold War, both the State and Defense departments dubbed Mandela’s political party, the African National Congress, a terrorist group, and Mandela’s name remained on the U.S. terrorism watch list till 2008. Mandela was imprisoned in 1964 after being arrested and charged with sabotage, […]

Croatia: Taste Of Marx’s Theory Of Socialism In President’s Marginalisation

Stating her official presidential view about the people who protested against the arrival of Serbia’s president Aleksandar Vucic in Croatia, many of who were Croatia’s Homeland War veterans and war widows, Croatia’s president Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic said: “…We cannot permit individuals from the margins of the political spectrum or from the margins of any type […]

Croatia In Throes of Marxist-Feminism In Istanbul Convention

Keep your filters on – focus on the real issues. A more difficult advice could not be given in the climate of information and political issues overload that just keep spinning out daily in Croatia, hence keeping the masses’ minds away from the widespread of living standards plummet, which sees the thinning out of the […]

Charles Billich’s Historical Tournament Masterpiece

  On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, at a reception in his Sydney, Australia, art gallery, the world renowned artist of Croatian heritage Charles Billich unveiled his new masterpiece on canvas titled “Historical Tournament”. This oil on canvas brings us a rich line-up of Croatian Greats throughout history. Using the chessboard as metaphor for Croatian history […]

SIEGE OF VUKOVAR – NOW IN ENGLISH

The book “Siege of Vukovar” by Ante Nazor (Author) and Anica Maric (Contributor) is now released in English. Currently distributed via Amazon. “In the summer of 1991 the Yugoslav People’s Army and Serb paramilitary formations attacked the city of Vukovar in a bid to deliver a knock out blow to the nascent Croatian army and […]

Croatia: Give Yourself A Tattoo With A Razor Blade Without Anesthetics

Metaphorically speaking, “give yourself a tattoo with a razor blade without anesthetics” is the kind of feeling many people in Croatia are expressing as an intended impact of their president’s current invitation to Serbia’s president for a state visit. A very significant number of Croatian people are outraged at President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic’s invitation to […]

Croatia: Abomination In Hauling Out Communist Memorabilia

The time has come – communist threads must be torn away. The mind boggles at the reality today that there are still too many pro-communist Yugoslavia people walking the streets of Croatia. The nostalgia for the long-gone days of Yugoslavia encountered on the streets often wears the cloak of misguided memories of a life that […]

Judenfrei Serbia – The Right To Forget!

The concept and practice of political correctness that has evolved during the past couple of decades has also given rise to the phenomenon of oppressive righteousness that is in many ways misguided and incomplete, hence, giving rise to a need to push back against it when it spills over into absurdity, and injustice. Thursday 25 […]

Lustrating And Decommunising Croatia – The Only Way Forward

Finally! I said, as I watched the televised January 22nd 2018 jubilant celebration of January 1993 Operation Maslenica victory over the Serb/Yugoslav aggressor and occupier of one-third of Croatian territory. Finally, the celebrations have predominantly taken the shape of jubilation and pride, despite the fact that multitudes lost their lives in this liberating operation. The […]

How “miscalculations” may have made a “prostak” out of Mr Holocaust

  By Branko Miletic (First published in Independent Australia 14 January 2018) The Weisenthal Centre’s “Mr Holocaust” would seem to be undermining the very Holocaust history he claims to support, writes Branko Miletic. In Yiddish, the term “prostak” denotes a wilfully ignorant person, while in the various interconnected Slavic languages, the word takes on a […]

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