Tito’s Crimes Should Never Be Forgotten

The leaders of Croatia’s antifascist movement repeatedly identified themselves with Tito. They offered no apologies for Tito’s methods and the Communist Party’s crimes. Tito, in fact, behaved as Communists do, promoting revolution by the mass liquidation of potential opponents, by subverting every independent institution, and by bringing all power within the Party’s control. By Robin […]

Life and Times Of Croatia’s Blessed Alojzije Stepinac – A Robin Harris Book

  It was Friday 21 October 2016 when in Zagreb Croatia, accompanied by the Croatian Catholic University rector Zeljko Tanjic, the well-known British historian, publicist, writer and an important adviser to the former United Kingdom Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher – Robin Harris, presented a copy of his new book “Stepinac – His Life and Times” […]

Croatia: Rebutting Accusations Against Blessed Aloysius Stepinac

Beatified by Pope John Paul II in 1998, Croatia’s WWII Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac – falsely and wrongfully accused and condemned as Nazi collaborator by Josip Broz Tito and his Yugoslav communists – still awaits canonisation. In this day and age of political correctness getting in the way of truth, a new element has been introduced […]

Croatia, World War One and The Relentless Terror Of Greater Serbia Pursuits

  One hundred years ago today, a calamitous event occurred that would lead Croatia into decades of dark existence under a Serb-led oppressive dictatorship and then Serb-led communist persecution and denial of Croatian national pride under communist Yugoslavia. On June 28, 1914 a Serbian nationalist, Gavrilo Princip, who was an operative of the Greater-Serbia fanned […]

Pan-Croatian Economic Forum: A Step Forward Or Just A Lot Of Hot Air?

In both Western and Eastern folk superstitions Friday the 13th is a day of bad luck! But, there are exceptions as, for instance, in Croatia an old folktale says that a Friday the 13th is the most desirable date in the year to have one’s fortune told, whether it be through coffee-cup readings, tarot cards […]

Joint injustice against Croatia so far – Joint justice from now on

Video now with subtitles in the English language! Joint Injustice (Udruzena Nepravda) – a documentary film Produced by Vecernji List newspaper, Croatia Author and Director: Jadranka Juresko-Kero, August 2012 All participants in this documentary film are independent professionals who have no association whatsoever with the ICTY in the Hague, with its Prosecutor or with the […]

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