Croatia: Communist Crimes – Two Criminals Down Many Yet To Fall

  Croatia’s former Social Democrat (formerly known as League of Communists) government led by Zoran Milanovic as PM, as well as president Ivo Josipovic, had tried their utmost to avoid the extradition to Germany of former communist Yugoslavia secret police/UDBA operators, Josip Perkovic and Zdravko Mustac. They even passed a law in July 2013 (known […]

Croatia Caught in EU Refugee Bedlam

According to Croatian HRT TV news, Saturday 19 September evening edition, 21 000 refugees have entered Croatia from Serbia since Wednesday. The refugees, often referred to as the migrants, mostly from poor or war-torn countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, have streamed into Croatia since Wednesday, after Hungary blocked what had been the […]

Vienna Summit and Alpback Forum Fall Short In Solving Europe’s Refugees Crisis

  I’m aware it was high-Summer hot weather on 27 August 2015 when the highest representatives of the Western Balkan countries met with some high EU officials and high representatives of some EU member countries, such as Austria, Croatia, Germany, Italy and Slovenia at the Vienna summit. Given the boiling refugee and illegal migrant crisis […]

Historian Claims Allies Raped Almost 1 Million German Women After WWII – Could Delivery Of Croatians For “The Bleiburg Massacres” Share Same Motives?

  Today’s generations everywhere cannot nor should they wear the guilt of heinous crimes committed by their ancestors, but today’s generations everywhere should and must expose those crimes and seek justice for the victims of such crimes at least in ensuring that history reflects factual accounts no matter how ugly those accounts are. The Western […]

Croatia: Present Actions For Future and From Past: A Disquieting Mismatch

  Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic visited Germany on Tuesday 17 March on a mission that adds warmth to recently cooled ties between the two countries. Welcoming the Croatian leader to Berlin, President Joachim Gauck emphasised that Germany was home to least 240,000 Croats who had enriched German society. Gauck affirmed that Croatia is an example […]

Communist Crimes: Tito’s Murder Squads Targeted All Croats Who Opposed His Regime

  How much the “West” will have to answer for – or at least express profound regret – as its complicity in Communist crimes is gradually revealed, may be something that will come to light in no other place but Germany. The past couple of decades have been marked with trickles of information, which suggested […]

Croatia: Germany To Unravel Communist Yugoslavia Crimes Across Europe

Croatia’s former spy chief, suspected communist criminal, Josip Perkovic, has been extradited to Germany on Friday 24 January on suspicion of masterminding the murder of a Yugoslav dissident. He was handed over to the German authorities at Zagreb airport and flown to Munich, reported Croatian TV. A surprise development that will surely warm up the […]

Croatia: Last-Ditch Efforts To Prevent Extradition For Communist Crimes

The District court in Zagreb ruled on Wednesday 8 January that the communist-era intelligence chief, Josip Perkovic, could be extradited to Germany where he is wanted over a killing of Croatian emigrant Stjepan Djurekovic in the 1980s. On Thursday 9 January the District court in Velika Gorica (near Zagreb airport) ruled that the second ex-communist […]

European Commission Hot On The Heels Of Croatia’s Rushed Law Preventing Extradition For Communist Crimes

It was on June 28 this year when The Croatian Parliament led by Social Democrats rushed to pass the law dubbed as “Lex Perkovic” in accordance with which an EU arrest/extradition warrant will not be applicable to crimes committed before 7 August 2002. The rush to pass such a law was evidently exacerbated in Croatia […]

Croatia: Complicity In Communist Crimes – Current!

There is no telling it differently: if you try to cover up a crime, if you try and pervert the course of justice for that crime then you are an accomplice to that crime; an accomplice after the fact. Few days ago I wrote the article regarding the real possibility that after 1st July, when […]

Croatian scientist Prof. Dr. Ivan Dikic takes two prestigious scientific awards in Germany

German Research Foundation (DFG), which awards the largest scientific cash prize in the world (Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz award), in the amount of 2.5 million euros, announced that Ivan Dikic is awarded for his work in discovering the function of the protein ubiquitin complex, known as the “kiss of death“. Ubiquitin is a small protein, present […]

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