Croatia: Bleiburg Massacres Victims Still Hostages Of Communist Ideology

Croatian media sources say some 30,000 and Austrian sources say some 50,000 people gathered at the Bleiburg field in Austria on Saturday 16 May 2015 to bow and pay respects to the post-WWII victims of heinous communist crimes. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the terrible deaths suffered at the hands of the communists […]

Croatia: oppression of religious freedom stemmed from bigotry of Jewish filmmaker’s tantrum

A producer on Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List, Croatian born Branko Lustig, was boycotted in Croatia after telling Zadar primary school children (of Catholic faith who also have Religion as part of school education curriculum) – God doesn’t exist. A Minister in the current Croatian government, swiftly picked up on this boycott with subtle but oppressive […]

Croatia: Government attempting to belittle WWII Communist Crimes

While the Croatian Social Democrat led government has declined to continue sponsoring the WWII Bleiburg Tragedy commemorations, its leaders have decided to pay respects to victims at the Tezno mass grave (about 15,000 murdered there). The only problem is that Tezno mass grave is only one of many places of WWII, and after, where communist […]

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