Croatia: Huffing and Puffing at Huffington Post

Huffington Post has 27 March conspicuously decided to publish on its website John Feffer’s, a George Soros “Open Society Fellow”, interview with Danijel Srb, president of Croatian Party of Rights, which Feffer equally conspicuously published only 21 March even though the interview was held mid-October 2012! While in principle the practice of journalists holding onto […]

In pursuit of justice – Communist crimes

On Friday 4 November 2011 The widely read and acclaimed Huffington Post published an article : “Josip Boljkovac, Croatia Former Interior Minister, Arrested Over Post-WWII Killings” http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/02/josip-boljkovac-arrested_n_1071271.html Public debates ran hot last week in Croatia on the issue whether an anti-fascist from WWII should be apprehended and tried for war and post-war crimes.  One could […]

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