The Flame of Freedom for Croatian Generals Gotovina and Markac

Croatia, the War, and the Future blog joins the global action “The Flame of Freedom”.

Have you lit your candle yet in support of Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac? Have you said a prayer for them yet? This is the time to do it, before 8.00 am Hague time (calculate what time that is wherever you are in the world). Let all the Flames of Freedom burn simultaneously everywhere in the world – well before the Appeal hearing that commences Monday morning 14th May. If you do not posses a candle in your home, simply a prayer is all you need.

Global action “The Flame of Freedom” aims to accentuate the endurance and decisiveness in the pointing out of the unjust conviction of the ICTY Trial Chamber (April 2011), as well as to the unsustainable qualification of the legitimate liberating “Operation Storm”, that ICTY Trial Chamber labeled as “joint criminal enterprise”.

Croatian World Congress is the initiator and organizer of this “Flame of Freedom” action and I certainly support it.

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