Croatia: Great Excitement For “The General” Feature Movie

  It’s been about a week and much of Croatia is buzzing with excitement about the start of the filming of a new feature movie called “The General”. Most say: About time! And indeed it has great significance and potential in spreading and maintaining the truth about Croatia’s Homeland War and its Operation Storm of […]

Croatia’s President: We Will Not Accept Falsification Of Causes And Of Consequences Of Homeland War

Liberation from Serb cruel, ethnically cleansing of Croats, murderous, destructive occupation of a quite large part of Croatian sovereign territory turned 21 on Friday 5 August 2016. The August 1995 Operation Storm delivered victory for a free development of democracy and a sure or lasting exit from communist Yugoslavia. So, who would spoil Croatia’s freedom […]

Croatia vs. Serbia ICJ Genocide Case – A Door To Future Success Or Failure Of Genocide Claims?

By Vesna Skare-Ozbolt First published in Politikaplus.com Translated into English by Ina Vukic When a respectable British Weekly such as The Economist in its article from 11 March regarding the ICJ genocide trial between Croatia and Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) pronounces (promotes)  that case as “utterly idiotic” in advance, that, in the least, must […]

Croatia: Taxpayer and EU Funds Help Promote Distortion Of Historical Facts

Reblogged from Luka Misetic blogspot By Luka Misetic Tuesday, August 13, 2013 More Disinformation from Milorad Pupovac & Co. As Croatia celebrated the 18th anniversary of its liberation in Operation Storm, the Serbian National Council in Croatia issued a press release through its leader, Milorad Pupovac, in which it declared that to date, “none of […]

General Ante Gotovina: must be found not guilty at ICTY Appeal

I do not apologise if my posts on the Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac ICTY processes render my readers giddy. If the Generals can suffer incarceration pining for liberty and justice they deserve, tolerating with dignity the exasperating concoctions of theories the prosecution keeps churning out like there’s no tomorrow with vicious force […]

Croatian Operation Storm: “Serbs forced Serbs to flee”

On Wednesday 4 April the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has scheduled an appeal hearing in the case of Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac for May 14. Gotovina’s and Markac’s defence teams will each have 90 minutes to present their submissions and the prosecutors will have […]

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