TODAY’S CROATIA IS A CARBON COPY OF ITS NAZI PREDECESSOR!

 

a5c509e86d5e66ca6b4da846c957fdfa_XLDuring World War ii, Croatia was ruled by the Ustashi, an axis-aligned regime that was every bit as bad as the Nazis. Almost one in four of its Serbs were killed, and another quarter exiled or forcibly converted to Catholicism… “This land can only be Croat land and there is no method we would hesitate to apply in order to make it truly Croat and to cleanse it of all Serbs,” were the words of Minister of Justice Milovan Zanic as reported by Novi List, Zagreb 3 June 1941. To achieve that goal, the concentration camps – 22 of them – were set up across the land of Croatia, with the camp system of Jasenovac as the main killing centre…

The prisoners and all those who ended up in Jasenovac(also known as the “Auschwitz of the Balkans”) had their throats cut by the Ustaša with specially designed knives, or they were killed with axes, mallets and hammers; they were also shot, or they were hung from trees or light poles. Some were burned alive in hot furnaces, boiled in cauldrons.The Ustasha loved games of torture with nightly orgies; they stuck burning nails under fingernails, poured salt into open wounds, cut off all possible body parts and determined by noble competition who was best at cutting throats.On the night of 29 August 1942, prison guards made bets among themselves as to who could slaughter the largest number of inmates. One of the guards, Petar Brzica, boasted that he had cut the throats of about 1,360 new arrivals.Other participants who confessed to participating in the bet included Ante Zrinušić-Sipka, who killed some 600 inmates,and Mile Friganović admitted to having killed some 1,100 inmates…Miroslav Filipović, also known as Tomislav Filipović-Majstorović, was a Bosnian Croat Franciscan friar and Ustashe military chaplain, that participated in atrocities during World War II in Jasenovac camp.At his trial he confessed to personally supervising the murders of thousands of Serbs,Jews and Gypsies.Franciscan executioner Miroslav Filipovic-Majstorovic, had the support of other priests in Jasenovac death camp, namely priests Brkljacic, Matkovic, Matijevic, Brekalo, Pcelina, Vipovac, who competed in killing Serbs…

The Germans had camps for women, men or mixed, where children were with the adults, but the Croats went a step further and even had CHILDEREN’S camps! Horror!!!…Sisak children’s concentration camp was a concentration camp during World War II, set up by the Croatian Ustaše government for Serbian children. It was part of the Jasenovac cluster of concentration and death camps…One of the most shocking testimonies was the one of Jana Koh , former secretary of Red Cross Croatia:”The barracks were connected by passages guarded by Ustasha guard. Even though away from the barracks, I often heard a sad cry of the imprisoned Serb children. They were placed on the bare floor, four hundred children: few weeks old infants together with the several months and ten years old.”…During the four years between April 1941 and May 1945 more than 74,316 children were killed in this monster Nazi state!…

Some 600,000 people were killed at Jasenovac, according to the Encyclopaedia of the Holocaust, mostly Serbs, but also Jews, gypsies and opponents of the Ustashe regime…Dr Herman Neubacher, Hitler’s trustee for South-East Europe:”Croatian military campaing of exterminating Orthdox Serbs represents one of fiercest crimes in entire world history”…At the Yalta Conference, February 1945, U.S. President F. D. Roosevelt stated: “The crime of genocide committed against Serbs and Jews in the death camps of Croatia – the Croats should prohibit the possibility of establishing an independent state for the next 1000 years.”…

During the 1990s, the Croatian president Franjo Tudjman did several very problematic statements on the NDH, thus allowing a rehabilitation of the regime. Already in his speech in 1990 he said, “that the NDH was not simply a ‘collaborationist’ formation and a ‘fascist crime’ but also an expression of the political aspirations of the Croatian people for its independent state” and of the desire to realize the Croatian state under the Axis powers.In 1989 he wrote a book called “Wastelands of Historical Reality.” In the book Tudjman denies the Holocaust.Once Tudjman took power, holocaust memorials were torn down.Monuments on the site of the former concentration camp in Jadovno, and on other sites of mass Ustasha crimes were taken down.More than 3,000 monuments dedicated to anti-fascism and to the memory of crimes committed by the Nazis and fascists were destroyed during the 1990s…

In Zagreb, the Croatian capital, shortly after Tudjman took power in 1990, an elementary school was named after the notorious Mile Budak, the minister of justice under the fascist state who signed racial laws banning Jews from schools, factories and government positions.In 1992 a street in the center of the Croatian city of Split was also named after Budak.Croatia also has a few streets named after the NDH minister Mile Budak. Budak was the author of the notorious statement that the issue of Serbs in NDH should be resolved by ‘re-baptizing one third, expelling the second third and killing the last third”.Over 200,000 Serbs were forcibly converted to Catholicism, with the active help and encouragement of the Archbishop of Zagreb, Aloysius Stepinac.About 350,000 ethnic Serbs were driven from Croatia in 1995 and at least 2.500 were killed in a military offensive in Krajina known as Operation Storm….

Fascism became “in vogue” in Tudjman’s Croatia. On Zagreb’s streets, and in cities and towns throughout the republic, newsstands freely hawked Ustasha paraphernalia — swastikas, the Fascist coat-of-arms, pictures of Ante Pavelic(the head of one of the most murderous regimes in Europe during the Second World War) and other trinkets were sold openly. Fascists from around the world flocked to Croatia when Tudjman took power. In 1995 Ante Pavelic’s son-in-law, a former Ustasha officer named Srecko Psenicnik, returned to Croatia from Canada.Psenicnik founded a fascist political party (HOP), and began printing an outspoken fascist newspaper called “The Independent State of Croatia.Among children, black Ustaše uniforms are now more commonly seen in Croatia than are those of the Young Pioneers. Soon after Tudjman’s regime took power, the Croatian flag was changed to resemble the one flown by the Ustasha during World War II. In 1994 Croatia revived the fascist-era currency that it had used during the Second World War.The Serbs sensed a redo of WWII atrocities and began to take up arms.The war in Croatia occurred because the Serbian population refused to be dictated to by a fascist regime in Zagreb.Before the war of 1991, Serbs accounted for 600,000 of Croatia’s 4.6 million people, and large numbers were descended from communities that had lived in Croatia for several hundred years…

Even after Tudjman’s death, many Croats still engage in open displays of fascism.Croatia allowed active participants of that regime to have the right to a pension, through vague pension provisions for members of the “Croatian Homeland Army from 1941 to 1945”, under which definition are hidden members of the Ustaša and Home Guard units. There are at this moment around 9,000 of such pensions in Croatia….Marko Perković, also known as “Thompson is known for his songs about concentration camps and the murder of Serbs.Thompson begins his performances with the battle cry of the Ustase, and Nazi salutes can be seen in the audience, together with Ustase shirts and other paraphernalia.It is no accident that numerous people show up at his concerts wearing Ustasha uniforms and/or symbols and give Ustasha salutes.His performances have been outlawed in some European countries and even in Croatia attempts have been were made to prevent them.In 2002 a concert in the Croatian town of Split attracted some 40,000 young people to the soccer stadium, where many of them wore the Ustasha insignias and waved Nazi flags…And if anyone thought that Thompson’s popularity was primarily among the marginal elements of Croatian society, President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic herself has said openly that he was her favorite performer.”…

After Croatia’s national soccer team returned home from the World Cup final, the players celebrated their second-place finish by inviting the far-right nationalist singer Marko Perković to perform for them…As for today’s political scene, President Grabar-Kitarović shows inconsistency in clearly condemning the Ustaša regime; thus, while expressing her condolences for the victims of Jasenovac, she missed the opportunity to mention who were the perpetrators. In addition, when giving tribute at Bleiburg, she failed to mention that some of those killed were perpetrators of serious crimes, or sympathizers.It is terrifying that such a torture was experienced by adults, but what is even worse is that the Croats knew no mercy for Serbian, but also Jewish and Roma, children and infants…It is a disgrace to the civilized world that fascism was allowed to emerge in Europe for a second time.We have failed to learn from this history, and we are going to pay a terrifying price!…

Croatian high school students celebrate with nazi-salutes…

Ustasha Mile Friganović admitted to having killed some 1,100 inmates in Jasenovac. He specifically recounted his torture of an old man, known as “Vukasin”; he attempted to compel the man to bless Ante Pavelić, which the old man refused to do, even after Friganović had cut off his ears, nose and tongue after each refusal. Ultimately, he cut out the old man’s eyes, tore out his heart, and slashed his throat…….

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5 Responses to TODAY’S CROATIA IS A CARBON COPY OF ITS NAZI PREDECESSOR!

  1. It’s great to see a truthful (and mostly correct) article on the most barbaric people in human history, Catholic Nazi Ustashi Croatians and their sympathizers in today’s Croatia. Foremost scholar on the Croatian Genocide of the Serbs, Edmund Paris, established the number of Serb victims at over 750,000, not 600,000. Also, the Ustashi were not “Nazi like,” but were outright Nazis, trained in Italy and Hungary before WWll. When Pavelic and the Ustashi entered Zagreb to set up their Nazi puppet state, the huge crowds welcomed them! These barbarians were sadists, full of hate, who even ran death camps for children which was unprecedented in history! Hopefully, many will share this article so the world will know about this genocide which has been hidden from the world.

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