Invasion of Croatia & Serbian destruction of Dubrovnik – NOT!

by Sparta on July 14, 2011

in Croatia, enemy propaganda, history, mainstream media, Serbia, Stella (Stavroula) Jatras

YouTube: Invasion of Croatia & Serbian destruction of Dubrovnik – The real story”

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Says Professor Emeritus John Peter Maher:

Not “Mas” /Peter Maas, but me. i went to Dubrovnik on 25 March 1992 and filmed the Old City. It was miraculously restored — 3 months after its destruction (Voice of America). In the Old City the house of artist Ivo Grbić had been firebombed by Croats, not navy guns. His shingle read ICONS & IKONE (in Serbian Cyrillic). On 1 October 1991, 7000 Croats and 3000 Serbs fled for their lives from Dubrovnik to Serbia. Croatian squatters now live in the stolen homes. -JP Maher, Professor Emeritus


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1 1389 July 14, 2011 at 3:37 am

The Democrats are socialists and the Republican politicians and party leadership are mostly centrist. The majority of the voters are fairly conservative, but no party represents us. That is why the Tea Party movement got started. It’s to try to make the politicians listen to us, whether they like it or not.

2 Hesperado July 14, 2011 at 12:30 pm

I wonder if this long-standing enmity between Serbs and Croats was originally exacerbated — or even caused — by the Ottomans and their pernicious intrusions.

People in the CJ today are always anxiously handwringing about how we shouldn’t “argue” amongst ourselves — but look at Serbs and Croats, positively hating each other (Julia Gorin’s anti-Croat anti-Catholicism is positively dripping with negativity): how does that do the CJ any good?

3 Hesperado July 16, 2011 at 2:40 pm

Grounzero,

That raises the question: Why are the Croats so bad?

We can answer that question with massive evidence about Muslims; but what has caused the Croats to do all the bad things over the years imputed to them ? Just a historical fluke?

4 1389 July 18, 2011 at 12:02 am

Now don’t get me wrong. There ARE good people in Croatia. I never said, nor did I intend to imply, that there aren’t good Croats, both in Croatia itself and in the Diaspora.

On the other hand, I take a dim view of the actions of the government of Croatia, and of the role that it played versus the Serbs during WWII and during the 1990s/2000s.

This article is NOT about condemning the nation or people of Croatia. It’s about condemning the falsification of the news. Bearing false witness is a sin, and I make no apology for warning everyone that making false allegations and concocting phony evidence is WRONG and that such actions do great damage in the world. But then, the liars of this world would be out of business if they didn’t find so many people being gullible. Obviously, if everybody were to stop believing lies, then the liars would eventually stop spreading them.

That is why Professor J.P. Maher has done us such a great service in showing us what the media said about Dubrovnik, and then showing us that what the media said could not possibly have been true. He encourages us to stop and think, rather than to take what we see in the media at face value. And in many ways, that’s the main point of this blog!

5 1389 July 18, 2011 at 10:26 am

Julia Gorin allows me to run some of her material on this blog, and she is listed as a contributor. I do not want flame wars in the comments between contributors/team members on this blog. Flame wars help our enemies. We need to stay on the same side.

I deny that Julia Gorin hates Roman Catholics or the Catholic Church in general. She has run material written by Roman Catholics in the past, on her own blog.

She is correct in pointing out Vatican complicity with the persecution and slaughter of Serbs, Jews, and others during WWII in Nazi Croatia, and in pointing out Vatican complicity with the wrongdoing of the government of Croatia in the 1990s and 2000s.

Julia Gorin also points out that there are fascist sympathies among many people in the political and media spheres in both Croatia and Hungary. That’s easy enough to substantiate.

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