Croatia: Nationalist Or Sovereignist Vote?

Consolidation of the nation-state, not sovereign-state, is and should be at the very heart for progress in Croatia. Hence, at this time of political polarisation occurring around focus words for elections as prelude to imminent European Parliament elections in late May of this year (and general elections next year), the Independents for Croatia (Neovisni za […]

Decommunisation – Crucible For Progress In Croatia/Lobbying In The Shadows Of Communism

Decommunisation as a concept enveloped in national legislative, educational, social and cultural platforms has gained vivid focus in our daily lives after the fall of the Berlin Wall and subsequent fall of communism in European countries. Decommunisation is a process of dismantling the legacies of the communist state establishments, culture, and psychology in the post-communist […]

Rehashing Croatian Citizenship Act – Croatian Diaspora Takes A Spotlight

  In its legal formulation, citizenship is a fundamental expression of membership in a nation! Automatic right to citizenship by descent/ancestry is far valuable for the Croatian national goal of having as many Croats return than what citizenship by naturalisation is. No question about that! If I hear once more a Croatian government representative, or […]

Ethnic Replacement in Europe and “White Man’s Guilt”

  Ethnic Replacement in Europe and “White Man’s Guilt” – New Podcast in English     Excerpt from Podcast: Zeljko Glasnovic: “…the threat to Europe is not so much external but internal, we have the so-called Trojan horse NGO’s and political parties, they’re inviting mass migration …they’re the creators of this wave … Angela Merkel […]

Croatian Diaspora: Return or Extinction

  New Podcast in English     Zeljko Glasnovic, Independent MP Croatian Parliament for the Croatian Diaspora: “…Croatia is the only country that I know of, on the Globe, that has a parliamentary system where minorities, we have eight minorities in the Croatian parliament, they decide key issues like the budget, national security … they’re […]

Migrant Crisis: Awakening or Death? A Podcast Of Note!

    Zeljko Glasnovic, MP Croatian Parliament: “Croatians in Bosnia saved Bosnia and Herzegovina. Without them there would be no Federation, in fact there would be no Croatia because the crucible of the war a single battlefield, not just Croatia or Bosnia, it was a single battlefield. They, in 1992, the referendum, the Croatians came […]

Croatian Parliament Declaration On Position of Croats In Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Croatian Parliament has Friday 14 December 2018 adopted the proposed Declaration on the Position of Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) (PDF Declaration). Votes for were 81, against 11 and abstaining 4. Hence, the desired consensus was not reached, which leaves space for ongoing political manipulation and set backs in the lobbying for strengthening […]

Interview With Zeljko Glasnovic – Croatian Diaspora MP

  By Stjepan Ivan Mandic, Fenix Magazine Translation into English: Ina Vukic Croatians In the diaspora carry Croatia in their hearts.  Croatia must professionalise its administration and its public governance. It must have functional institutions that would implement laws. Independent judiciary that would guarantee safety in the administration of law must exist, Zeljko Glasnovic said. […]

Zeljko Glasnovic Lays Wreath In Honour Of Australian and Croatian War Fallen

Croatian Army and Croatian Defence Council General Zeljko Glasnovic, Member of Croatian Parliament for the diaspora was the first Croatian official guest to lead a Last Post Ceremony at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra. On Thursday, September 20, 2018, the Parliamentary Representative Glasnovic solemnly laid the wreath during this ceremony in Canberra, in honor […]

Vampire Stake For The Khmer Rouge In Croatia

  The eagerly awaited tour of Australia organised by Croatian Diasporan Voice, named “Croatia Uncensored” with the very strong politician, scientists and historians who have spent decades in battling for a communist heritage free Croatia made a strong start in Geelong and Melbourne this past weekend. General Zeljko Glasnovic, Member of Croatian Parliament for the […]

Mini-Yugoslavia in Croatia (?)

Many Australian Croats as part of the Croatian diaspora are looking forward to the Croatia Uncensored tour that commences next week, headed by the Member of the Croatian Parliament for the Diaspora, retired general Zeljko Glasnovic. Much to talk about, much to ask, much to pursue especially given that Glasnovic has been one of the […]

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