Croatia: Renewed Aggression And Hatred From Serbia – Alarms

  It’s difficult to conclude that the renewed aggression against Croatia coming out of Serbia since the indicted war criminal Vojislav Seselj burned the Croatian flag last week is not politically connected to the announcement by Milorad Dodik, the president of the Serbian Republic (entity within Bosnia and Herzegovina/B&H, which has the 1995 massacre and […]

Court Judge Slams The Leadership Of Croatia

  On Sunday 10 August 2014 the Croatian newspaper and media portal Vecernji List published a lengthy interview with Judge Ivan Turudic, president of Zagreb County Court, in which Turudic, in response to the interview questions, replied with strong criticisms against the leaders of the government, the country’s presidency, the leader of a Serb party […]

Croatia: About Cyrillic In Vukovar

When a group of EU parliamentarians get together to sign an open letter or statement against an issue hotly circling among the people in one of the EU member states then we start feeling uneasy about democratic freedom and political pressure and machinations evidently designed to spread certain fear or uneasiness. The Committee for the […]

Croatia: Taxpayer and EU Funds Help Promote Distortion Of Historical Facts

Reblogged from Luka Misetic blogspot By Luka Misetic Tuesday, August 13, 2013 More Disinformation from Milorad Pupovac & Co. As Croatia celebrated the 18th anniversary of its liberation in Operation Storm, the Serbian National Council in Croatia issued a press release through its leader, Milorad Pupovac, in which it declared that to date, “none of […]

Croatia: One (Two) Serbs Too Many

Croatia’s Homeland Thanksgiving Day (Victory Day) is coming up on 5th August. It’ll be the 18th anniversary of the day the horrible war of Serb aggression ended; Military operation Storm had within a matter of days liberated the Croatian territory that was occupied by Serbs, ethnically cleansed of non-Serbs, thousands lost their lives… It’ll also […]

Croatia: Could Communist Crimes Deniers Vanish, Please!

When an online news article attracts 2,130 comments then you know it’s touching the nerve of a nation; that’s especially so if that country has a population of 4.4 million. One of such news article appeared Saturday 27 July in Croatia’s Vecernji List portal and it’s title: Mesic: An uprising occurred in Srb and Ustashephiles […]

Croatian Serb Leaders: Serb War Crimes Suspects Should Be Handled Delicately!

Croatian Vecernji list reports that compelling and credible evidence – witness statements etc – points to mass murders committed by (from September to the end of November 1991)members of rebel Serb led “territorial defence” for the self-proclaimed Serbian autonomous region Krajina (SAO Krajina) within the sovereign borders of Croatia, in Trpinja near Vukovar. It is […]

Croatia: “Chinese Whispers” fail – now let’s unveil the full truth of Serb aggression

Had the ICTY Appeal Chamber on 16 November 2012 not acquitted Croatian Generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac of war crimes they were charged with in relation to August 1995, all the atrocities committed in Croatia prior to August 1995 would fade into forgetfulness and insignificance. The world would always refer to August 1995 as […]

New lies about Tudjman announce new aggression against Croatia

By Dr. Slobodan Lang – 14 December 2012 (Translated by Ina Vukic) On the 2nd of June of this year I went to Medjugorje and kneeled beside the visionary Mirjana, as she was receiving a message from Our Lady. I prayed for the freedom of Generals Gotovina and Markac. On the Day of Assumption of […]

Croatia: major warfare within Serb minority

A major warfare within the Serb minority in Croatia has gained messy and alarming proportions during the past few days pointing to corruption and shady dealings within that community. That which started as a public row and mud slinging  between Croatia’s president Ivo Josipovic and the president of the Independent Democratic Serb Party/SDSS Milorad Pupovac […]

Croatia: Josipovic’s helter-skelter politics

The palpably ever-present helter-skelter in the Croatian left-wing politics have shown their unsavoury face during the past week, again. It’s blatantly obvious that the head of the Croatian state, President Ivo Josipovic, just like his predecessor Stjepan Mesic has absolutely no visible strategy or ordered plan for the integration of Croatian Serbs into a desired […]

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