Croatia: Reconciliation Cannot Be Achieved With Denial Of Truth And Lacking Love For Nation Of People

  Many people are asking me these days what is the reaction of the Croatian diaspora to the celebration of the 25th Anniversary of victory in Knin on August 5. The celebration of the 25th anniversary of Operation Storm, was neither visually nor morally nor truthfully a celebration of the great and deeply sacrificial victory […]

Ina Vukic – Biography and How to Vote In Croatian Elections

Election campaigning silence for the Croatian Parliamentary elections (4th and 5th July) starts from midnight Thursday 2nd July. As all who have visited my blog are aware, I am a candidate on the Election List No 10, for the 11th Electorate (representing Croats of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Croatian Diaspora worldwide). List 10 is […]

UDBa and ORJUNA Are Destroying General Glasnovic

  Article by URBANI DESNIČAR Translated by INA VUKIC Let’s start with a fist to the head, and then we will return to the text later. Namely, a GREAT FRAUD, rigging, is being prepared by MOST’s orjunas (ORJUN= Organisation of Yugoslav Nationalists) and Dragan Covic’s udbas (UDBa=Yugoslav Secret Police). Their aim? To prevent General Zeljko […]

Zvonko Busic Committed Suicide Because Of Croats Operating Like Zdravka Busic

  Croatians in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatians in the Diaspora – at this time of General Elections for the Croatian Parliament remember this: the only candidates running for you who deserves your vote are the candidates on the Independent List Zeljko Glasnovic. List Number 10.  I say that because it is retired General Zeljko Glasnovic […]

We Are Your Voice- Mi Smo Vaš Glas

Please watch and share this 54 Seconds video from Youtube. Thank you! We know that mainstream media in Croatia is controlled by the political parties in power who filter with bias the information the public is entitled to. Your sharing of this video means that Croatian people get a fair and deserved chance of being […]

An Interview With Ina Vukic – “Future Member Of Croatian Parliament For The Diaspora”

    Interview by: Urbani Desničar Translated into English from source To describe Ina Vukic in a few sentences is an impossible task. She gave so much for the Croatian Homeland and the diaspora that I could write a book about it (in sequels). And what did she ask for in return? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! Her […]

And The Dream Team For Croatia’s Better Future Emerges

This blog portal has been my virtual home for almost 9 years and here I have had the amazing honour of meeting, corresponding with and feeling the vibes of thousands upon thousands of good people throughout the world who, like me, want the best for Croatia, a country many have never seen but heard of. […]

Croats Abroad Seeking Correction of the Croatian Constitution

It’s General Elections time for the Croatian Parliament once again! General Elections will be held on 4th and 5th of July 2020. As in previous election campaigns the Croatian and the public in general will hear many promises people want to hear from the previously alternating HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union) and SDP (Social Democratic Party) […]

Croats of Australia Celebrate 50 Years of the Australian Croatian Club O’Connor in Canberra

When, in 1979, Mario Despoja, Chargé d’Affaires of the Croatian Embassy in Canberra, raised and founded by the Australian Croatian immigrant community defying Communist Yugoslavia and advocating for an independent Croatia, left the building for the last time, as required by the laws of Australia and Communist Yugoslavia, one thing is for certain: in his […]

Croatian Diaspora Role In Development Of Homeland Life Opportunities

On 25 July 2019 my appearance on Laudato TV in Croatia was broadcasted and the public broadcast (in the Croatian language) is now on Youtube. The issues discussed on the TV Program Prosudbe (Judgments, Opinions) concentrated on included current legislation – its lack of spirit and word in genuinely reflecting the widespread national calls for […]

Dr Esther Gitman Awarded Honorary Doctorate For Her Research Into The Role Blessed Alojzije Stepinac Had In Rescuing Jews During WWII Croatia

  On Friday 14 June 2019, and upon written submission, including one by Ina Vukic, Vice-President of the Croatian academy of sciences and arts in diaspora and homeland/HAZUDD, the University of Split, Croatia, has awarded Dr. Esther Gitman an Honorary Doctorate for her long standing research and work into the rescue of Jews and members […]

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