9. September 1993: The Medak Pocket, Gospic Massacre

''This is a Serbian Village, Slit All Throats!” - 9. September 1993. - 9. September 2019 - 26 years since the Medak pocket massacre. September 9. marks a sad anniversary of the massacre Croat forces committed in the villages and hamlets south and southeast from the town Gospić in Serbian Krajina, called Medak Pocket (Medački … Continue reading 9. September 1993: The Medak Pocket, Gospic Massacre

CROATIA: Two Attacks on Serbs in Croatia for watching Red Star Serbian team playing

New Attacks on remaining Serbs in Croatia: КNIN - A group of masked attackers broke into a cafe near Knin and physically attacked locals who were watching a Red Star (Serbian football team) Young Boys (Switzerland) match.   The second incident took place in Djevrske near Kistanje, that was also an old Serbian area. photo: Serbian … Continue reading CROATIA: Two Attacks on Serbs in Croatia for watching Red Star Serbian team playing

May 1. 1995 – Croatian Crimes and ethnic cleansing of Serbs in Western Slavonia: so-called Operation “Flash”

1.May 2019.  marks the 24. anniversary of the beginning of Croatian military operation “Flash”, in which, according to the data of the Documentary-informative centre “Veritas”,  283 Serbs from Western Slavonia have been killed, and at least 15,000 people were expelled and their property was looted, stormed and seized. Serbian houses, land and real estate in the … Continue reading May 1. 1995 – Croatian Crimes and ethnic cleansing of Serbs in Western Slavonia: so-called Operation “Flash”

22. April – Remembrance day of Croatian genocide of Serbs, Roma and Jews in Jasenovac

''Here, the dark side of humankind wrote its most atrocious pages –  by trying to wipe out the Cyrillic alphabet and kill Serbs as a nation.” Every 22 of April a ceremony is held in Donja Gradina, Republika Srpska (RS)  to mark Remembrance Day for the Jasenovac genocide victims. Jasenovac was a death camp complex … Continue reading 22. April – Remembrance day of Croatian genocide of Serbs, Roma and Jews in Jasenovac

Bosnian Muslim sadist, former Croatian army prison guard from Rabic camp to be extradited

A former Bosnian prison camp guard living in the U.S. is eligible for extradition to his native country to face war-crimes charges, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday Breaking fingers so they could never cross themselves again – American citizen,  Croatian forces member, Bosnian Muslim sadist Almaz Nezirovic The charge states that “Nezirović, then - … Continue reading Bosnian Muslim sadist, former Croatian army prison guard from Rabic camp to be extradited

Malovan 03/04 – 15/05/1992: The overlooked massacre

Committed by the Croatian army and paramilitaries In the period from 03/04 – 15/05/1992 Attack on Kupres on 03/04/1992 (Donji Malovan) During armed conflicts on the territory of former BH from 1992 to 1995, armed forces of the Republic of Croatia have committed several attacks, openly and without any warning, on Serbian civilians with the … Continue reading Malovan 03/04 – 15/05/1992: The overlooked massacre

22. March 1942: 6000 Serbs killed in Stari Brod: When brave girls and mothers with children in their arms leapt into the Drina

In Stari Brod, Visegrad, memorial service was held for more than 6,000 Serbs who were killed by Independent state of Croatia forces,  members of the infamous Black Legion of Jure Francetic. This monstrous murder happened in the spring of 1942. Srbosjek (Serb cutter)  was a special gloved knife used by the Ustase (Croatian official WWII forces) … Continue reading 22. March 1942: 6000 Serbs killed in Stari Brod: When brave girls and mothers with children in their arms leapt into the Drina

Memorial to victims of the Croatian terror in Livno area 1941.

The Association “Ognjena Marija Livanjska” organizes a memorial to victims of Croatian terror in the Livno area 1941. when the Ustashas killed more than 1600 Serbs. The sad anniversary shall be marked on 28. July in Belgrade, in Saint Marko Church at 11:30 pm. Serbs murdered by Croats in Livno, end of July 1941. Memorials will be … Continue reading Memorial to victims of the Croatian terror in Livno area 1941.

Russian-Croatian soft power bond grows stronger Agrokor might be the core component of the alliance that will extend far beyond the World Cup

Russia’s old Serbian ally will always have a role in Moscow’s regional policy by virtue of historical inertia and geography, but the country’s new privileged partner for the 21st century might just end up being its Croatian rival. by Andrew Korybko,  political analyst 17.07.2018 11:40 Sometimes the eyes don’t lie and what people see in front them … Continue reading Russian-Croatian soft power bond grows stronger Agrokor might be the core component of the alliance that will extend far beyond the World Cup

Zrće beach, Pag island near a WW II Nazi death camp: Croatian Ibiza on the site of genocide

BANJA LUKA – Dušan Bastašić, President of the Citizens Association “Jadovno 1941” from Banja Luka, is bitter because of the attitude of Croatian authorities towards the Second World War execution sites and warns that Zrće beach on the island of Pag, called “Croatian Ibiza” and a place to have fun, is located not far from … Continue reading Zrće beach, Pag island near a WW II Nazi death camp: Croatian Ibiza on the site of genocide

Vatican and war crimes against Serbs in Croatia

Speech by Jonathan Levy*  a California attorney to Serbian Unity Congress 11th Annual Convention, October 6th, 2000, Toronto, Canada I want to thank you for inviting me to speak today it is an honor. I am attorney Jonathan Levy and I am here today to share with you some news about lawsuits effecting Serbs. As you … Continue reading Vatican and war crimes against Serbs in Croatia

May 1 – the Croatian bloody Operation “Flash”

1.May 2013.  marks 18th anniversary of the beginning of the Croatian military operation “Flash”, in which, according to the data of the Documentary-informative center “Veritas”,  283 Serbs from western Slavonia were killed, and at least 15,000 people were expelled. Among the murdered Serbs, there were 57 women and 9 children. According to the data of the Croatian … Continue reading May 1 – the Croatian bloody Operation “Flash”

MRKONJIC GRAD – For over two decades Western racists hide the massacre of Serbs

In the chapel of St. Mark, wreaths are laid at the Memorial plaque at mass graves discovered in the Orthodox cemetery in Mrkonjić Grad, discovered two decades ago.  Decades have passed since the opening of mass graves where 181 victims, Serbian nationals,  were found. They were murdered during aggression of joint Croatian and Bosnian Muslim … Continue reading MRKONJIC GRAD – For over two decades Western racists hide the massacre of Serbs

Croatia: NAZI concentration camp for Serbian children

The Croato- German concentration camp in Sisak was founded on 3. August 1942. after the Croatian operations in Kozara and Samarica once were completed. This notorious death camp consisted of special part officially called ” Shelter for the refugee children .”  Children camp in Sisak , the largest of that type within NDH (Independent State … Continue reading Croatia: NAZI concentration camp for Serbian children

The Dutch who were killing Serbs in Krajina

Rotterdam – in 2008.  State prosecution of Rotterdam launched an investigation against 13 Dutch citizens suspected to have committed crimes against Serbian civilians and prisoners in the action called ‘Medacki dzep’ in the villages near Gospic, RS Krajina (now Croatia) in 1993. These 13 Dutchmen were members of the Croatian army. The investigation wаs launched … Continue reading The Dutch who were killing Serbs in Krajina

Medjugorje, Herzegovina: How a mass crime scene became a place of Catholic pilgrimage

They say it all started on 24 Jun 1981. Sunset over incandescent Herzegovina, haunted rocky space, blood, and water. Fifteen-year-old Ivanka Ivankovic,  on the way home to the village Bijakovići, suddenly saw on the hill Crnica a woman in a white robe, with a white scarf over the head and the child in her arms. … Continue reading Medjugorje, Herzegovina: How a mass crime scene became a place of Catholic pilgrimage