Picture: faces of the traitors of the Croatian people, who voted against Christian teachings and morality, and paved the way for paedophilia

This day will go in Croatian history as 'Black Friday', the day that the government betrayed the nation.
However, this did not demoralize the nation. It's after all a Christian nation, and many know exactly what is written in the bible, that days like this where God will be denied will come. The Istanbul Convention has been ratified yes, but for those who did not see it before, the masks have fallen and now the people do know who are the false Christians. Like Plenkovic, who goes to church for no other reason than to mock it obviously. 

Croats have faced and are still facing anti-Croatian ideologies: the Communist, the Greater-Serbian and now the Gender-ideology. Second Homeland War: the Defensive War Against Aggression of New Ideologies (source, source) 


Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović took office as the 4th President of the Republic of Croatia on 19 February 2015.
In 2014 (source), eventhough she is a mother, she declared on her Facebook page (source) that she is supporter of the anti-Christian, pro-paedophile Istanbul Convention.

Names of traitors: Andrej Plenkovic, Oleg Butkovic, Tomislav Tolusic, Tomislav Culjak, Darko Horvat, Josip Bilaver,
Gordan Jandrokovic, Branko Bacic, Nada Murganic, Mario Kapulica, Miljenko Filipovic, Andrija Mikulic, Bozidar Longin, Pero Cosic, Josip Krizanic, Zarko Tusek, Zeljko Turk, Damir Krsticevic and Gabrijela Zalac

The majority of the anti-Croatian parliament voted for the Istanbul Convention. In the HDZ, 36 of them voted for the ratification of the Istanbul Convention, namely:
source
Gordan Jandroković
Branko Bačić
Željko Reiner
Pero Ćosić
Josip Đakić
Darko Horvat
Josip Križanić
Marijan Kustić
Andrija Mikulić
Irena Petrijavčanin Vuksanović
Sanja Putica
Anđelko Stričak
Miro Totgergeli
Žarko Tušek
Domagoj Mikulić
Marijana Balić
Vesna Bedeković
Josip Borić
Mato Čičak
Damir Felak
Željka Josić
Mladen Karlić
Ivan Kirin
Tomislav Klarić
Vlatko Kopić
Ljubica Lukačić
Ljubica Maksimčuk
Davor Miličević
Domagoj Ivan Milošević
Grozdana Perić
Dragica Roščić
Ante Sanader
Tomislav Sokol
Marko Šimić
Stipo Šapina
Ivan Šuker ('indecisive' perhaps couldn't decide if he was a man with balls or a woman that day) 
Božo Ljubić (did not vote, that's like seeing a crime and looking the other way. Guilty!)
Željko Raguž (did not vote)
Branka Juričev-Martinčev, the biggest surprise among those who voted for IK, as he said a few days before that she is against gender ideology and how she will vote the way most of her voters will vote. Branka is completely untrustworthy.


votes on the Istanbul Convention; it was adopted with 110 votes in favor, 2 withdrawn and 30 against (source)

The 30 who voted against the ratification IC received 160,596 preferential voters 'votes, while the 110 for the ratification of the IC received 139,313 preferential voters' votes!


Josip Borić, Rab
Ivan Kirin, Glina
Juričev-Martinčev Branka, Šibenik
Vlatko Kopić, Županja
Kustić Marijan, Rijeka
Sanader Ante, Klis
Grozdana Perić, Zadar
Bačić Ante, Dubrovnik
Branko Bačić, Dubrovnik
Putica Sanja, Dubrovnik 
Roščić Dragica, Makarska

Dražen Barišić ,Velika Gorica
Mato Čičak, Zagreb
Željka Josić, Sisak
Sokol Tomislav, Zagreb
Šapina Stipo, BIH, Bosanski Šamac
Tomislav Klarić, Rijeka
Domagoj Ivan Milošević, Zagreb

Bedeković Vesna, Osijek
Đakić Josip
Domagoj Mikulić, Osijek
Petrijevčanin Vuksanović Irena, Osijek
Marijana Balić, Vukovar
Pero Ćosić
Karlić Mladen, Vinkovci
Ljubica Maksimčuk, BIH, Teslić
Miličević Davor, Županja
Šimić Marko, Slavonski Brod

Gordan Jandroković
Ljubica Lukačić Križevci 
Željko Reiner Zagreb
Damir Felak Zagreb
Andrija Mikulić Zagreb
Miro Totgergeli Garešnica 
Darko Horvat Čakovec
Josip Križanić Varaždin
Anđelko Stričak BIH, Visoko
Žarko Tušek Zabok

Now, all names of those who voted to make sure all names are saved (against -, for is a +)
Total: 142
Aleksić Goran +
Alfirev Marija +
Babić Ante -
Babić Vedran +
Bačić Ante +
Bačić Branko +
Balić Marijana +
Barišić Dražen +
Batinić Milorad +
Bauk Arsen +
Bedeković Vesna +
Beljak Krešo +
Bernardić Davor +
Beus Richembergh Goran +
Bilek Vladimir +
Borić Josip +
Brkić Milijan -
Bulj Miro -
Culej Stevo -
Čičak Mato +
Čikotić Sonja -
Čuraj Stjepan +
Ćelić Ivan -
Ćosić Pero +
Demetlika Tulio +
Dobrović Slaven -
Dodig Goran -
Dragovan Igor +
Dumbović Darinko +
Đakić Josip +
Đujić Saša +
Esih Bruna -
Felak Damir +
Glasnović Željko -
Glasovac Sabina +
Glavaš Branimir +
Glavašević Bojan +
Grbin Peđa +
Grčić Branko +
Grmoja Nikola -
Habek Mario +
Hajdaš Dončić Siniša +
Hajduković Domagoj +
Hasanbegović Zlatko -
Horvat Darko +
Hrelja Silvano +
Hrg Branko -
Jandroković Gordan +
Jankovics Róbert +
Jeckov Dragana +
Jelkovac Marija -
Jerković Romana +
Josić Željka +
Jovanović Željko +
Juričev-Martinčev Branka +
Kajtazi Veljko +
Karlić Mladen +
Kirin Ivan +
Klarić Tomislav +
Kliman Anton -
Klisović Joško +
Komparić Devčić Ana +
Kopić Vlatko +
Kosor Darinko +
Kovač Miro -
Kovač Stjepan +
Križanić Josip +
Kustić Marijan +
Lacković Željko +
Lalovac Boris +
Lekaj Prljaskaj Ermina +
Lenart Željko +
Lipošćak Tomislav -
Lončar Davor -
Lovrinović Ivan -
Lucić Franjo -
Luc-Polanc Marta +
Lukačić Ljubica +
Madjer Mladen +
Makar Božica +
Maksimčuk Ljubica +
Maras Gordan +
Mateljan Damir +
Matić Predrag +
Mikulić Andrija +
Mikulić Domagoj +
Miletić Boris +
Miličević Davor +
Milošević Boris +
Milošević Domagoj Ivan +
Miljenić Orsat +
Mišić Ivica -
Mrak-Taritaš Anka +
Mrsić Mirando +
Ninčević-Lesandrić Ivana +
Opačić Milanka +
Orepić Vlaho +
Ostojić Ranko +
Panenić Tomislav -
Parić Darko +
Perić Grozdana +
Petin Ana-Marija +
Petrijevčanin Vuksanović Irena +
Petrov Božo -
Podolnjak Robert +
Prelec Alen +
Puh Marija +
Pupovac Milorad +
Pusić Vesna +
Putica Sanja +
Reiner Željko +
Ronko Zdravko +
Roščić Dragica +
Runtić Hrvoje +
Sanader Ante +
Saucha Tomislav +
Sladoljev Marko -
Sokol Tomislav +
Sponza Giovanni +
Stazić Nenad +
Stier Davor Ivo -
Strenja-Linić Ines +
Stričak Anđelko +
Šapina Stipo +
Šimić Marko +
Šipić Ivan -
Škibola Marin o
Škorić Petar -
Šuker Ivan o
Tomić Damir +
Topolko Bernarda +
Totgergeli Miro +
Tuđman Miroslav -
Tušek Žarko +
Varda Kažimir -
Vešligaj Marko +
Vidović Franko +
Vlaović Davor +
Vučetić Marko +
Zekanović Hrvoje -
Zmajlović Mihael +
Žagar Tomislav +

They were in parliament but did not vote (not voting means a yes for the Convention):

Božo Ljubić (HDZ)
Željko Raguž (HDZ)
Ivan Vilibor Sinčić (Živi zid)
Ivan Pernar (Živi zid)
Branimir Bunjac (Živi zid)
Ante Pranić (Most)

Absent were;
Furio Radin, vice president of parliament (a representative of the Italian minority)
Siniša Varga (SDP)
Nada Turina-Đurić (GLAS)

Abstentions;
Ivan Šuker (HDZ)
Marin Škibola (nezavisni)

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