EU Parliament Delivers On Srebrenica Genocide

EU Parliament delivered where United Nations Security Council failed due to Russian Veto, even though 10 member nations of the UNSC voted Wednesday 8 July “yes” for the resolution to call Srebrenica genocide a genocide and 4 abstained from voting. European Parliament has a couple of hours ago released these statements that follow: European Parliament […]

Europe demands justice for victims of Communism – Croatia must follow

Seeing crimes of communism for what they are and getting them prosecuted legally – this was the topic discussed at the conference on the legal settlement of crimes of communism at the EU parliament in Brussels, 5 June. At the conference, Sandra Kalniete, Chairwoman, Reconcilliation of European Histories Group said: “Today every school child knows […]

Communist crimes: carving out real justice for victims

While justice for victims of the Holocaust came rather easily as it gathered loudly decisive support and focus in the international community (including the current and former communist countries), the victims of World War II (and after) communist crimes overwhelmingly got left behind, ignored, denied justice, suppressed by the same international community. And yet, the […]

Croatian observers fill European Parliament’s new seats

AN UPDATE ON CROATIA’S ACCESSION TO EUROPEAN UNION On Tuesday 10 April, the European Parliament grew by additional 12 members when observers from Croatian parliament joined the ranks of their European colleagues. Their official welcome is on the Agenda for the session in Strasbourg from 17-19 April, but regardless of this Croatian observers have already […]

It was the Communists (a.k.a. Antifascists) who ultimately benefitted from the Holocaust crimes

The World Jewish Restitution Organization (WJRO) has, January 30, conducted a briefing for members of the European Parliament in Brussels on the issue of looted Holocaust-era assets. The event was organized by B’nai B’rith and hosted by the Romanian parliamentarian Ioan Enciu. The speakers addressed various aspects of the restitution issue, stressing the importance of […]

European Union’s Doris Pack climbs from under a rock and serves hogwash to Croatians

“The European Parliament has never in its history had such a majority support for a country’s EU membership as it has in the case of Croatia,” she said. What rock did Doris Pack climb from under, this week? A week before the EU membership referendum Pack sent a message to the Croatian people that I […]

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