Croatia: Political Communist Crimes Murder Hundreds Of Thousands Croatian Independence Faithful Innocents – “The Bleiburg” Massacres – Lest We Forget!

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As WWII ended 200,000 Croatian disarmed soldiers and 500,000 civilians (men, women, children) left Croatia seeking refuge from the West only to be sent back from the Bleiburg field in Austria by the British, who held command over that part of Europe, to communist Yugoslavia headed by one of the top ten mass murderers of the 20th century / Josip Broz Tito. They were sent to certain death. What followed were mass murders of these and other Croats who rejected communism, who rejected Yugoslavia, who wanted an independent Croatia. Almost 1,000 mass graves of victims of communist Yugoslavia crimes have been unearthed since 1990 in Croatia, that is, since Croatia embarked on its battle to secede from communist Yugoslavia and finally succeeded in 1995/1998. Almost 600 mass graves in Slovenia… Communist regime of former Yugoslavia and its operatives to this day evade justice. Its multitudes of victims, cruelly murdered, thrown alive or dead into pits, mountains of skulls and bones still remain in those pits. A new mass grave is discovered every few weeks. Victims of communist crimes still have no justice, the justice that is inherent to humanity and its tireless pursuits to achieve and retain the privilege of being called human.

Lest Not Forget!

Ina Vukic

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