Croatia: Still Hostage of Communist Fury

    The violent communist furore unleashed from Serbia and within Croatia from rebel Serbs and pro-Communists in 1991 when Croats voted overwhelmingly to secede from communist Yugoslavia has not died down to a tolerable degree despite the horrible war of aggression being long over, with Croatia – a victorious independent state on its way […]

New Croatian Government Exposes Opposition’s Communist Killjoys of Democracy And Progress

      BIOGRAPHIES/CVs of Croatia’s new Government officials can be found HERE     It took 14 hours of presentation of Tihomir Oreskovic’s new centre-right cabinet for the new government and its program and discussions in the Croatian Parliament on Friday 22 January 2016 for the same government to earn a majority vote of […]

Croatia: New Prime Minister Designate Signals Technocrat Power Trend

  For at least half a decade the European Union has seen the emergence of technocrat governments, non-elected professionals installed in government portfolios as the answer to all economic woes and problems of small and large countries, alike. We’ve seen Italy and Greece lead the way in technocrat government machinery and yet not much has […]

Congratulations, Madam President Of Croatia – Now Comes The Hard Part!

  Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, the newly elected President of Croatia has achieved an amazing victory even though the winning margin between her and her opponent Ivo Jospovic in numerical value is considered minimal or very low. But to achieve victory in so profoundly politically divided country at this particular time of economic slump and brinks of […]

Croatia: Days Of Pride And Celebration – 24 and 25 February 1990

Zagreb, 24th and 25th February 1990 – the historic event occurred that would take Croatia on the path of secession from communist Yugoslavia and into an independent state that would join the democratic world. The event was the First General Assembly of the people’s movement “Croatian Democratic Union” (HDZ) – it was held in Zagreb’s […]

Croatia: Ex-Communist Camp Engages Oppression In Marriage Referendum

Since the dawn of human society, which includes matrimony, law and church have regulated marriage as a union between a man and a woman, until recently (but in some states/countries only).  Whether one believes that a marriage is an exclusive right to heterosexual couples, between a man and a woman, or that it is a […]

Croatia: Government Has No Mandate To Withdraw Lawsuit Against Serbia For Genocide

Click here for Croatian language version of the letter It goes without saying that, having seceded from the deeply entrenched totalitarian communist regime in 1991, and having as a consequence suffered profound human life, property and economic damage from Serb aggression, Croatia has been in a place of transitional democracy where under the banner of […]

Croatia: Cyrillic Tampers With Our Hearts – Croats Announce Referendum On Bilingual Ethnic Minority Rights

“The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures.” Article 21 (3) – Universal Declaration of Human Rights. And […]

Croatia: Cyrillic In Vukovar Reveals Governmental Discord With Democracy

Croats of Vukovar continue protests against the introduction of bilingual signs on public buildings. The protests are peaceful and messages that the people have made significant advancements in democratic pursuits than the government (led by Zoran Milanovic), or the president of the Republic (Ivo Josipovic) for that matter, become clearer day in and day out. […]

Croatia: The Swell Of Discontent Reawakens The Beast Of Communist Oppression

Booing and jeering grew louder on Monday 5 August in Knin as Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic climbed onto the podium to deliver his address to the crowds celebrating Croatian Victory and Thanksgiving Day! Milanovic walked to the podium to cries of  “don’t let him speak”, “You don’t love Croatia”, “Monkey”, and “Manure” as the crowd […]

CROATIA: Happy 30th May (1990) – the Day Democracy Turned Forward

Dr. Franjo Tudjman Inaugural assembly of the Croatian Parliament speech Zagreb, May 30th, 1990 Honorable representatives, esteemed guests and all who are present at this historical assembly of the Croatian Parliament! First of all, on behalf of the Presidency of Croatia and in my own name I wish to thank you for the confidence you […]

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