2018 Corrupt Politicians & Media, EU, abuse of power and betrayal of a nation
CROATIA SAID NO! On 24.03.2018 (and on 13.04.2018) the Croatian people said NO to the Istanbul Convention, 'Let's Preserve Our Children and Homeland of Pedophilia and Satanism! (see video) in Zagreb."Our estimates are that currently there are 50-70 thousand people at the protest", said the police. After orders from the government, the number was changed into 5000, A LIE which would be repeated by the media. Read more
Democracy or DemoNcracy? May 2018: Mayor of municipality Gradac Mate Burić banned collecting signatures for a Istanbul referendum source
Croatia's Homeland War, the aftermath of JNA/Serbian aggression
The 'Greater-Serbian Aggression' (Croatia's 'Homeland War' (Domovinski rat)) in Croatia from 1991 to 1995 was
NOT A 'CIVIL WAR'. It was a just Homeland War against a brutal Greater Serbian aggression.
What do the people want? ABOLITION! LUSTRATION! Lustration is not a witch hunt but a democratic legal process of removing former communist officials and associates of secret services from public and political life.
156 mass graves discovered
16.000 people killed
10.000 children became parentless
20.000 - 50.000 children/women raped
260.000 Croats displaced
30.000 people passed in Serbian cetnik camps
37.000 war invalids
122 Catholic churches destroyed
14 hospitals destroyed or severly damaged around 200.000 objects
1.5 million shells fired on Vukovar (video)
Many war crimes have not been punished. The war damage of 32 billion euro has not been paid. And nearly 2,000 Croatian Homeland War veterans have committed suicide. The evidence of war crimes, human rights violations and crimes against humanity is overwhelming.
Approximately 50.000 women raped> only 15 people have been convicted for wartime rape. The youngest rape victim had 6 years, the oldest 80, even pregnant women were raped. “There were six of them… I had to watch what they did to my daughter and she had to watch what they did to me,” Ana Horvatinec (Vukovar) "They were not Serb volunteers from Serbia and cetniks, but Serbs from Vukovar with whom I shared both good and evil", said one raped woman. They still live in Vukovar and receive our pensions. In Croatia, over 100,000 aggressors (soldiers) receive pensions! (source)
The youngest victim in Ovčara was the 15 year old Igor Kačić, killed by his Serbian neighbour Đorđe Šošić in the most brutal way (source)
Eva Šegarić (Škabrnja); lost her eye in World War II. In the Homeland War, the cetniks killed her three sons and her husband (source)
Kata Šoljić (Vukovar), born in 1923. After World War II the Partisan authorities killed her four brothers. In the Homeland War, she lost four sons (source)
2018> Franciscans in Vukovar "we want a complete list of victims of the Homeland War". They made a incomplete list of military and civilian victims, with 1.145 names themselves! (source) After 26 years still there is no such documentation, and no wonder when you have cetniks in the police and government.
A present day cetnik employee of PU Vukovar-Srijem who participated in the armed rebellion against the Republic of Croatia, member of "Beli orlovi" carried a cetnik flag through the conquered Vukovar and sang "Slobodan send us salad there will be meat we will slay the Croats" works now in Croatian police> read more
Communism is responsible for more than 100 millions deaths in the 20th Century
Watch Bleiburg video here, click!
Renaming patriotism into fascism. Demagoguery, that is how communists defend their sickness.
The communist regime of Yugoslavia cost the Croatian people from 1941 to 1951 some 450.000 murdered civilians and prisoners of war, including 40.000 wounded and over 50.000 killed in battle. Manda Vrljić, mother of 4, killed by the UDBA in 1947 (source). The locals of Ličko Osik found one of 18 mass graves from 1945. Partisans killed the people taking them from the church two by two says a living witness (source) So far over 1750 mass graves have reportedly been discovered in Croatia. More than 60.000 Croats are killed after WWII by the Yugo regime (source);
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