Croatia: Finally – Tito’s Bust Goes Bust

An almost incalculable number of crimes against humanity are the legacy left by Josip Broz Tito, the leader of former totalitarian regime of communist Yugoslavia and yet the sculpture of him in the form of a bust has managed to remain in the main foyer of the Office of the President of Croatia all this […]

Croatia: Communist Remnants Defy Sanctions Against Russia

  Turning to prostitution (unworthy use of abilities) to relieve poverty has always been the road taken by very few and those few have more often than not been seen as having the morals of a toerag.   While Croatia’s economic crisis demands alleviating actions it’s contemptible that at this time of burning political tension […]

Croatia: To Schengen Or Not To Schengen

  When at the end of the 16th century Shakespeare, in Hamlet, inserted his soliloquy “to be or not to be” little did he know that its popularity would endure centuries and be called upon in almost every aspect of human existence, leaving the character of his moody Prince irrelevant to the plight. The 21st […]

Croatia: With Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic “Berlin Wall” To Finally Tumble Down

In one week, on January 11, Croatian presidential candidates Ivo Josipovic and Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic face their final battle for the Office of the President. One of the more significant platforms pursued by Grabar-Kitarovic in her election campaign is “the return to where Franjo Tudjman stopped”. “He (Tudjman) is a man who gathered us all around […]

Croatian Presidential Elections 2014: For Whom The Bell Tolls

    Ever since Stjepan Mesic embarked on his attack (initially covertly then overtly) against Croatia’s first president Franjo Tudjman from about mid-1993, intending to bring down the significance of Tudjman’s cries for democracy and to criminalise Croatian Homeland War the politics in Croatia have often seemed disjointed and often irrational in recent years. After […]

Croatia: WWII Communist Partisans Are Not Your Heroes – Homeland War Veterans Are

  Old habits die very, very hard, as the news reminds us every day, but change begins with illumination — attention, pointing, identifying and generally shining lights in dark places. However the president of Croatia, Ivo Josipovic, Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic and Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Predrag Matic through their public comments continue to deride […]

Croatia: Corruption And Bribery – Former President Stjepan Mesic Named In Finnish Indictment?

One of the largest bribery/corruption cases on the international scene are the Finnish State Prosecutor’s cases of corruption and bribery against managers of Patria armoured personnel carriers contracts that has already in its offshoots seen the Slovenian former Prime Minister Janez Jansa behind bars since June 2013. Croatia’s former president, Stjepan Mesic, has for a […]

Psychological Operations And Information Warfare Against Croatia and Croats – Part V

Guest Post By Ante Horvat The former Yugoslav regime elements and their children spearheaded subversive activities against the facts, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H) Croats from the 1990s, through to today. While overtly Yugoslav nationalist in their rhetoric, still to today expending taxpayer resources celebrating the Communist “liberation” and 1945 Partisan (private property) “liberators” […]

Psychological Operations and Information Warfare Against Croatia and Croats – Part IV

  Guest Post By Ante Horvat Foreign Intelligence Agencies, Capabilities, and Croatia The revelations last year by Edward Snowden – and the brave reporting by Glenn Greenwald and his colleagues at The Intercept, as well as in quality independent blogs such as Washingtonsblog.com – shine a bright light on just how massive, invasive, many times […]

Psychological Operations And Information Warfare Against Croatia And Croats – Part III

Guest Post By Ante Horvat   Wartime Foreign Information Warfare against Croatia, Croats and the Truth With President Dr. Franjo Tudjman’s and HDZ’s political victory in 1990, which came after years of greater Serbian political agitation, legal abuses, ransacking of the Yugoslav Federal treasury, clandestine arming of a large swathe of Croatian Serbs, “meetings of […]

Croatia: Foreign Minister Pusic – The Vandal Of Truth!

Statements and actions served upon justice and truth (let alone upon Croatian people/not those who pretend to be Croatian at heart as well as origin) by the Croatian foreign affairs minister and first deputy prime minister Vesna Pusic on her recent visit to Serbia are the stuff SICK and TREASONOUS are made of, in my […]

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