George Soros’s Democracy Wrecking Ball In Croatia – Condemned!

  In July 2016 the globally influential financial analysts Zerohedge claimed George Soros “singlehandedly created the European refugee crisis”; Breitbart news said Soros’s funding of Black Lives Matter was part of an agenda to swing the US presidential election; and popular US radio host Alex Jones says “Soros is behind the Muslim takeover of the […]

In Memoriam – Mojmir Damjanovic

  “A 20th Century Personal Journey of Love and Suffering For Croatia” Mojmir Damjanovic passed away at 96 years of age on 10 November 2016 in Sydney Australia – he was my friend. For Mojmir life began soon after the end of World War I, when Croatia was torn away from the Austro-Hungarian Empire and […]

Victims Of Communism On Island Of Korcula Croatia

If you’re not with us then you are against us, and, therefore, you must be liquidated – that was the motto Yugoslav communist Partisans lived by during and after WWII. “I did not even dare write about all the horrendous torment victims of Partisans on Korcula endured – Partisans in the village of Zrnovo were […]

Croatia: A Mass For Victims And You Are Invited

  For all those who are in Zagreb on Friday 11 December 2015 please be informed and invited to this event: Croatian Victimology Society and Croatian National Ethical Tribunal invite you to an ethical panel and program at The Holy Mother of Freedom Church Ul Don Petar Simic, Jarun in Zagreb Friday 11 December 2015 […]

Exorcising Croatia Of Remnants Of Communism

Almost 25 years since its declaration of independence from communist Yugoslavia, Croatia (as other states of former Yugoslavia) has not in its entirety come to terms with the tyranny of communism and is infested with demons of communism at all levels of the society and state-governance. Many former communists and/or their descendants evidently ignore the […]

The Sculpturing Of Human Injustice At ICJ Croatia v Serbia Genocide Case

On 3 February 2015 the United Nations International Court of Justice (ICJ) delivered the verdict in the landmark case «Croatia vs. Serbia». The ICJ decided that neither Croatia nor Serbia committed genocide against each other during the war of Serb aggression against Croatia 1991-1995 as evidence provided to the court by the Croatian (and Serbian) […]

Croatia: Known High Love Or Alleged High Treason In Next President?

  It was in May 2014 when I wrote about the proposal and plans to establish in Croatia a National Ethics Tribunal (HNES): “A group of citizens of Croatia has decided to establish the Croatian National Ethics Tribunal, which will not have behind it the force of the police or the State court system. It […]

Croatia: Tears And Prayers As Bosnian Croat Dario Kordic Arrives Home From ICTY Prison

    Former vice president and a member of the Presidency of the Croatian Community of Herceg-Bosna, and later Croatian Republic of Herceg-Bosna, and at one time the president of the Croatian Democratic Union of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HDZBiH), Dario Kordic, landed at Zagreb, Croatia, airport after serving 16.6 years of the 25-year prison sentence […]

Croatian National Ethics Tribunal In The Making

In this era we live in, it has become more and more unsettling in a democracy to watch politicians in government or power turning a deaf ear and a blind eye to the plights of their constituents (citizens) to protect and improve the interests of the people, the nation. Cries of helplessness ring at every […]

1,700 mass graves: 90% victims of Communist crimes

In Blato, on the Island of Korcula, in Croatia, a mournful, dignified event interred August 16 the earthly remains of three men who were thrown into the Paklenica pit  (Hell pit) on the feast of St Rocco, 16 August 1943, as victims of the communist totalitarian regime. This event serves as stark, distressful reminder of […]

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