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MORAL PRESTAJE GDJE SILA POČINJE

Autor: dr. sc. Viktor Simončič

Oni koji sramote Hrvatsku prezret će ovo štivo

Mi smo prihvatili da je lopovluk društveno prihvatljiv. Mi smo prihvatili da prepisivanje diplomskog ili inog rada nije ograničenje za visoke državne funkcije. Prihvatljivo je da osuđeni silovatelj ostane uvaženi član političke stranke, a falsifikator putnih naloga i dalje sjedi u Saboru

Najvažnija ljudska težnja je težnja za moralnošću u našem djelovanju. Naša unutrašnja ravnoteža, čak i naša egzistencija zavisi o tome. Jedino moralnost u našem djelovanju može dati ljepotu i dostojanstvo našem životu. (Albert Einstein)
Sila i razum su suprotnosti, moral prestaje gdje sila počinje. (Ayn Rand)

Ayn Rand, američka književnica ruskoga podrijetla snimljena 1943. godine

DEMOKRACIJU sam zamišljao kao sredstvo za nastanak moralnijeg društva. Moral kao tkivo koje društvo čini jačim i svjetlijim, kao porculanski sloj na nekoj figurici u staroj vitrini. No kao da je sve postalo nekako suprotno.

Slušam ministra Kujundžića: „Dat ću ostavku ukoliko utvrdim da sam odgovoran”. Naravno da on nije utvrdio svoj dio odgovornosti za događaj kada je u Zaprešiću umro mladić. Da bi to utvrdio morao bi biti visoko moralna osoba. A je li? Neka se propita svako jutro pred ogledalom, svaki puta kad svoju odraz vidi u izlogu… Bez obzira što zaključi, mislim da bi crv grižnje savjesti mogao malo nagristi i njega. Pa naravno da on nije (sam) kriv i nije uopće izravno kriv, ali je suodgovoran. On ne razumije što znači moralna ostavka. Ostavkom se daje poruka kako se odgovorno moraju obavljati sve, a posebno najviše političke funkcije.

Prvi u državi je (su)kriv za sve što se događa

Prvi u državi je u pravilu (su)kriv za sve što se događa. Kriv je i kada djeca nemaju 5 kuna za topli obrok. Usput, sjeća li se još netko toga? Naravno da bi ministar iz pravih demokracija, gdje i sam položaj podrazumijeva visoku moralnost osobe koja ga zauzima, ponudio ostavku. Za slučaj kao u Zaprešiću, ostavku bi prihvatio premijer u najmanje 26 država EU članica. U kojoj državi (osim Hrvatske) ne bi, ne znam. Ostavio sam to kao teoretsku mogućnost.

Ministar Kujundžić nije ponudio ostavku jer postupa sukladno našem stupnju društvene svijesti. On kaže kako nije postavio sustav i imamo ga kakav je, a on i tako smatra da je odličan. Logično je da ne razumije kako možda treba unaprijediti stanje. Zašto bi on bio za nešto odgovoran, kada je sve u skladu s društveno prihvaćenim moralom? Moralom koji se urušava na dnevnoj bazi. Još prije samo nekih 15 godina tadašnja ministrica zdravstva gospođa Ana Stavljenić-Rukavina dala je ostavku zbog nečeg puno manjeg od smrti mladića u Zaprešiću.

Prema Wikipediji moral (ćudoređe, ćudorednost) je u najširem smislu oblik društvene svijesti, skup nepisanih pravila, narodnih običaja, navika i normi koji su prihvaćeni u životu neke zajednice. Moral određuje kako ljudsko djelovanje treba biti, a pripadnici zajednice prihvaćaju te principe kao dolične i podvrgavaju im se, na taj način regulirajući međuljudske odnose.

Moralna pravila se prilagođavaju vremenu

Kako moralna pravila nisu apsolutno važeća, pa se prilagođavaju vremenu, kod nas su nastala moralna pravila po kojima je prihvatljivo što gotovo nigdje drugdje nije. Mi smo prihvatili da je lopovluk društveno prihvatljiv. Mi smo prihvatili da prepisivanje diplomskog ili inog rada nije ograničenje za visoke državne funkcije. Prihvatljivo je da osuđeni silovatelj ostane uvaženi član političke stranke. Kod nas je prihvatljivo da odgovoran za falsificiranje putnih naloga u kabinetu Vlade i dalje sjedi u Saboru i daje odlučujući glas vladajućoj stranci. Kod nas su prihvatljivi prelasci iz stranke u stranku po principu tko da više. Kod nas je moralno da sud zabranjuje štrajk pilotima, na dan kada druga zrakoplovna kompanija, u borbi za prava radnika, zaustavi pola europskog zračnog prometa. Kod nas je moralno da osuđenog za ratne zločine pozdravljaju ministri sa svečanih tribina. Kod nas je prihvatljivo da se zabrani ojkanje, samo zato jer osim nas ojkaju i drugi…

Oni koji pamte neka druga moralna pravila i oni koji poznaju moralna pravila u razvijenim demokracijama teško prihvaćaju da je navedeno postalo prihvatljivo. Neki šute, neki se tu i tamo jave komentarom, njih 5 (slovima pet) protestira pred Ministarstvom zdravstva protiv bahatog ministra, a nemali broj dnevno puni autobuse odlazeći u neko moralnije okruženje.

“Zašto se ne ponosite činjenicom da ste se među prvima digli protiv fašizma!?”

U subotu rano popodne sam prošetao psa Zaru. Zaustavila me mlađa Japanka. Govori tečno hrvatski. Na ovim prostorima je radila u diplomaciji. Sad je profesorica na Tokijskom sveučilištu. Ovo sam saznao nakon njenog pitanja: „Gdje mogu vidjeti partizanski spomenik?”. Odgovorio sam joj da se zabunila, jer u Sisku ne postoji više niti jedan (ili postoji jedan skriven?) spomenik partizanima. Ne zna da se samostalnost države ovdje slavila uklanjanjem spomenika borcima protiv fašizma. Zna se, u micanju su prednjačili oni koji su te spomenike ranije postavili i slavili. Znala je nešto o prvom partizanskom odredu i Brezovici. Ponudio sam da joj pokažem spomenik.

Na skretanju sa glavne ceste iznenadio me novopostavljeni veliki križ. Izvođač je pazio da izgleda staro, kao da tamo stoji barem 100 godina, a ne samo koji tjedan. Upozorava na tisuće mrtvih koje su u šumi Brezovica navodno pobili partizani, iako to nema veze s povijesnim činjenicama. Spomenik je postavljen kao jedan u nizu prekrajanja povijesti. Odvezli smo se do spomenika. Kako od 22. lipnja i nije prošlo puno vremena, oko spomenika je pokošeno. Nigdje napisa o kakvom se spomeniku radi. Štedljiv državni vrh osigurao je bojenje samo prednjih par stupova u bijelo, onih koji se vide kada TV mora prenositi obilježavanje Dana antifašističke borbe. Ostalo je zapušteno, kao što može biti zapušteno ako se ne održava desetljećima.

Japanka je sve snimala. Ja sam joj davao pojašnjenja na način kako su me nekada učili i na način kako i danas govore mnogi obrazovani povjesničari, na osnovi provjerenih činjenica. Malo je bila zbunjena. Provela je kao stipendistica DAAD (isto kao i ja) nekoliko godina na studiju u Njemačkoj. Upoznata je s fašističkim režimom, na način kako to svoje goste podučavaju Nijemci. Čudila se kako se ne ponosimo s činjenicom da smo se među prvima digli protiv fašizma. Kazala je da bi se oni time itekako ponosili. Nisam našao argumente zašto se ne ponosimo Prvim partizanskim odredom u okupiranoj Europi. Htio sam sačuvati ugled države, pa sam prešutio mnogo toga, čak da je (ako sam u pravu?) promijenjeno i ime spomenika. Valjda da se izbjegne pridjev „partizanski”, spomenik se naziva po prvom komandantu Vladi Janiću Capi.

Gradski muzej je bio zatvoren, a prazne sisačke ulice nisu djelovale izazovno. Odlučila se napustiti Sisak prije nego je planirala. Odvezao sam ju na vlak.

Fascist Croatia

  1. Fascist Croatia

Independent State of Croatia (NDH)

The most murderous of the Nazi puppet states

 Death Toll: 750,000 – 900,000

750,000 Serbs, 60,000 Jews & 26,000 Roma

Flag of the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) Flag and coat of arms

The greatest genocide during World War II, in proportion to a nation’s population, took place, not in Nazi Germany but in the Nazi-created puppet state of Croatia. There, in the years 1941-1945, some 750,000 Serbs, 60,000 Jews and 26,000 Gypsies – men, women and children – perished in a gigantic holocaust. These are the figures used by most foreign authors, especially Germans, who were in the best position to know… The magnitude and the bestial nature of these atrocities makes it difficult to believe that such a thing could have happened in an allegedly civilized part of the world…

 — Professor Edmond Paris, “Genocide in Satellite Croatia, 1941- 1945” Introduction, Chicago, 1961, The American Institute for Balkan Affairs

The assassination of the first Yugoslavia’s King Alexander set the stage for the invasion of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia by the Axis. The assassin, Vlado Chernozemski, was a Bulgarian, member of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (IMRO) and an experienced marksman. Immediately after assassinating King Alexander, he was cut down by the sword of a mounted French policeman, and then beaten by the crowd. By the time he was removed from the scene, he was already dead. IMRO worked in alliance with the Croatian Ustaše group led by Ante Pavelić, under the secret sponsorship of Italian fascist Benito Mussolini.

When the Axis Powers invaded, occupied and dismembered the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1941, they installed Croatian fascists, called the Ustaše, in their own state, which was expanded to include the territory of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

With the help of his friend, General Sladko Kvaternik, Pavelic proclaimed Croatia an independent state on April 15, 1941. Dispatches from Nazi-controlled Hungary described him as President and Kvaternik as his Premier. The new state was composed of Bosnia, Herzegovina and Dalmatia as well as the old Croat province. In a note to Mussolini and Hitler, Pavelic asked for recognition of “the independent state of Croatia.” Both dictators informed the Croat leader that in the name of the Axis powers the recognition sought not only was cheerfully granted but that both powers received “with joy and satisfaction” the news that the Croat people had won their struggle for independence in an hour when the Axis powers had demolished the artificial creation which once was Yugoslavia.

One of Dr. Pavelic’s first acts was the baning of all political parties and the prohibition of all public meetings. To pay his debt of gratitude to Italy, the self-styled chief of the Croat national government convinced his followers that a king of Croatia, preferably an Italian prince, would lead the little state to new heights. The last monarch to wear the crown — golden clover leaves surmounted by a cross and an apple — had been Croatia’s King Petrus, who died in battle in 1097. Since then the state had always been under foreign domination, most of the time Hungarian. On May 17 Pavelic went to Rome to formalize the offer of the throne.

On June 6, 1941 Pavelic was received by Hitler in Berchtesgaden for a two-hour conference. Witnesses at the meeting were Marshal Hermann Goring and Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop. The talk was one of a series of several carefully guarded diplomatic negotiations between Axis and Balkan leaders. The topic of the conversation was never disclosed, but it was believed that Pavelic asked for a guarantee of independence and was promised that Italy would do nothing drastic. Afterward Pavelic presented the Fuhrer with a flag from the Seven Years’ War and a chess set, both formerly belonging to King Frederic the Great.

Fascist Croatia immediately committed a genocide against Serbs, Jews and Roma. The raging fury with which the  Ustaše movement carried out their own “Final Solution” program of wholesale racial slaughter, expulsion of populations and forced religious conversion shocked even the German Nazis.

Pavelic was quoted as saying: “Croatia gives its full adherence to the principles and reasons which inspire a united front for creation of a new order in the European and Asiatic World. Croatia’s induction into the military alliance of the Axis powers had immediate effect on its Jewish problem.” Dr. Ante Pavelic announced that it would be solved “in a radical way un der the German order.” Also ordered by Hitler to put a “river of blood” between the Serbian and Croatian nations, Pavelic did so.

Though it seems entirely unbelievable that German Nazi (and Italian Fascists) were shocked – there are many books, their memoirs, where they just had to talk about their Croatian allies gruesomeness.

On April 12, 1941, two days after Croatia became an independent state and joined the Axis, an order was published in the Zagreb newspapers requiring all Serbs not natives to the town to leave within twenty-four hours and threatening that anyone hiding Serbs would be shot.

This order, by Dr. Ante Pavelich, head of the Independent State of Croatia, was a prelude to a massacre of Serbs not surpassed for brutality and atrocity in the whole sorrowful history of the human race.

The massacres were carried out by the three branches of the Croatian forces, the Ustashi, the Home Defense [Domobrani], and the regular army.

Between April 12 and 15 and on the night of May 31, 1941, mass arrests were made in Zagreb, Sarajevo, Mostar, Banja-Luka, Travnik, Dubrovnik, Livno, and other towns. The first large massacres occurred the night of May 31, when groups of prominent Serb citizens were seized and taken to the outskirts of the towns and shot. These spring killings in Croatia proper are generally referred to as the Glina massacres.

The great massacres of 1941 did not take place until June 24 to 28. They continued intermittently until November 1945, by which time practically all the 1,250,000 Serbs and Jews had been either exterminated or driven out.

Croatian Ustaše succeeded in murdering more than third out of two million Serbs that got in their hands in Croatia and Bosnia in World War II. Some 200,000 Serbs were forcefully converted to Catholicism. The entire Roma population of Croatia was wiped out.

Entrance into Jasenovac death camp number 3, with the sign presenting it as a “Labor Service of the Ustasha Defense – Concentration Camp No. III” The coat of arms above is inscribed: “Everything For the Fuhrer, Ustasha Defense.” Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations, Europe, edition 1995, page 91, entry “Croatia”

Slavko Kvaternik (the second in command to the Croatian WWII fuehrer, Dr Ante Pavelic) explained (on the day of formation of the WWII “Independent State of Croatia”, on April 10, 1941) how pure Croatia should be built – by forcing one third of the Serbs to leave Croatia, one third to convert to Catholicism, and one third to be exterminated.

Soon Ustasha bands initiated a bloody orgy of mass murder of Serbs unfortunate enough not to have converted or left Croatia on time. The enormity of such criminal behavior shocked even the conscience of German commanders, but Pavelic had Hitler’s personal support for such actions which resulted in the loss of the lives of hundreds of thousands of Serbs in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In addition, the Ustasa regime organized extermination camps, the most notorious one at JASENOVAC where Serbs, Jews, Gypsies, and other opponents were massacred in large numbers.

Herman Naubacher, Hitler’s personal assistant for the South-East Europe and the Balkan affairs, in his book “Sonderauftrag Sudosten 1940-1945. Bericht eines fliegenden Diplomate”, Gottingen, 1956, on page 31, writes the following:

“The Orthodox recipe of Ante Pavelic, Ustashi leader and Croatian Fuehrer, reminds one of the religious wars in the bloodest aspects: one-third must become Catholic, one-third must leave the country and one-third must die. The last item was executed. When the leading men of the Ustashi movement are stating that they have slaughtered one million Serbs (including infants, children, women and aged) this in my opinion is a self-praising exaggeration. According to the reports that have reached me, my estimate is that the number of those defenseless slaughtered is some three quarter of a million. [750,000]”

Encyclopedia Britannica had the following sentence when talking about WWII in Yugoslavia:

“…In Bosnia…the Croatian fascists began a massacre of Serbs which, in the whole annals of World War II, was surpassed for savagery only by the mass extermination of Polish Jews.”

GRIZOGONO LETTER

Letter written by Privislav Grizogono, a Croat and a Roman Catholic, member of the Yugoslav Diplomatic Corps, Minister to Czechoslovakia, Minister to Poland, addressed to Dr. Aloisius Ste- pinac, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Zagreb, Croatia, February 8, 1942. Published in translation by the American Srbobran, a Serbian paper of Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S.A., February 24, 1943:

These atrocities do not amount to killings alone. They aim at extermination of everything Serbian: women, children, and aged men, and in terribly wild tortures of the victims. These innocent Serbs were stuck on poles alive, and fires were built on their bare chests. Literally they were roasted alive, burned to death in their homes and churches. Boiling water was poured on live victims before mutilation; their flesh was salted. Eyes were dug out of live victims, ears amputated, noses and tongues lobbed off. The beards and mustaches of priests, together with their skin, were ripped off rudely by knives. They were tied to trucks and dragged behind them. The arms and legs of the victims were broken and their heads were spiked.

They were thrown into the deep cisterns and caves, then literally bombed to pieces. Crowbars smashed their heads. Their children were thrown into fire, scalding water, and fed to the fired lime furnaces. Other children were parted by their legs; their heads crushed against walls and their spines dashed against rocks. These and many other methods of torture were employed against the Serbs – tortures which normal people cannot conceive. Thousands of Serbian bodies floated down the Sava, Drava, and Danube rivers and their tributaries. Many of these bodies bore tags: ‘Direction-Belgrade, to King Peter.’ In one boat on the Sava there was a pile of children’s heads, with a woman’s head (presumably the mother of the children) labeled: “Meat for John’s Market-Belgrade” (meaning meat for the Serbian market).

The case of Milenka Bozinich from Stapandza is a particularly gruesome one: they dug her unborn child out of her with a knife. Then, in Bosnia, a huge pile of roasted heads was found. Utensils full of Serbian blood were also discovered; this was the hot blood of their murdered brothers that other Serbs were forced to drink. Countless women, girls, and children were raped, mothers before daughters and daughters before mothers, while many women, girls, and female children were ushered off to Ustashi garrisons to be used as prostitutes. Rapes were committed even before the altars of the Orthodox Church.

About 3,ooo Serbs were murdered in the Serbian Orthodox Church at Glina, and the massacre of Serbians before the altar at Kladusha with sledge hammers is something never mentioned in history…. There are detailed and official minutes (reports) about these unheard-of crimes. They are so terrible they have shocked even the Germans and Italians. Many pictures were taken of these massacres and torture orgies.

Jasenovac Concentration Camp

Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, Vol. 2, Page 739, entry: “Jasenovac”:

Jasenovac, the largest concentration and extermination camp in Croatia. Jasenovac was in fact a complex of several subcamps, in close proximity to each other, on bank of the Sava River, about 63 miles (100km) south of Zagreb. The women’s camp of Stara Gradiska, which was farther away, also belonged to the complex. Jasenovac was established in August 1941 and was dismantled only in April 1945. The creation of the camp and its management and supervision were entrusted to Department II of the Croatian Security Police (Ustaska Narodna Sluzba, UNS), headed by Vjekoslav (Maks) Luburic, who was personally responsible for everything that happened there.

Croatian ultra-nationalist revisionists who now place the number of dead as low as 40,000 or to a high of 97,000 imply that there were no atrocities committed against the Serbs and Jews for the remaining three years of the war.

There were only 87 survivors of the Jasenovac Concentration Camp, named the “Auschwitz of the Balkans” by most historians. These survivors place the number of dead in excess of 800,000.

One of those survivors was Antun Miletich, a Croatian. Here is his 1948 testimony:

“There is not a pen capable of describing the horror and terror of the atmosphere at Jasenovac. It surpasses any human fantasy. Imagine Hell, the Inquisition, a terror more dreadful than any that ever before existed anywhere, run by bloodthirsty wild animals whose most hidden and disgusting instinct had come to the surface in a way never before seen in human beings — and still you have not said enough.”

Scores of Ustase (Croatian fascists) served in the camp. The cruelest was former priest Miroslav Filipovic-Majstorovic, who killed scores of prisoners with his own hands.

Some six hundred thousand people were murdered at Jasenovac. The number of Jewish victims was between twenty and twenty-five thousand, most of whom were murdered there up to August 1942, when deportation of the Croatian Jews to Auschwitz for extermination began. Jews were sent to Jasenovac from all parts of Croatia – from Zagreb, from Sarajevo, and from other cities and smaller towns. [….] The acts of murder and of the cruelty in the camp reached their peak in the late summer of 1942, when tens of thousands of Serbian villagers were deported to Jasenovac from the area of the fighting against the partisans in the Kozara Mountains. Most of the men were killed in Jasenovac. The women were sent for forced labor in Germany, and the children were taken from their mothers, some were murdered and others were dispersed in orphanages throughout the country.

In April 1945 the partisan army approached the camp. In an attempt to erase traces of the atrocities, the Ustashe blew up all the installations and killed most of the inmates. An escape attempt by the prisoners failed, and only a few survived. The Ustaše interned, tortured and executed men, women and children in Jasenovac. The largest number of victims were Serbs, but other victims included Jews, Romani people, and Croatian resistance members opposed to the regime (i.e., Partisans or their sympathizers, categorized by the Ustaše as “communists”). Upon arrival at the camp, the prisoners were marked with colors, similar to the use of Nazi concentration camp badges: blue for Serbs, and red for communists (non-Serbian resistance members), while Roma had no marks. (This practice was later abandoned.)  Most victims were killed at execution sites near the camp: Granik, Gradina, and other places. Those kept alive were mostly skilled at needed professions and trades (doctors, pharmacists, electricians, shoemakers, goldsmiths, and so on) and were employed in services and workshops at Jasenovac.

Serbs constituted the majority of inmates in Jasenovac. In several instances, inmates were immediately killed for confessing their Serbian ethnicity and most considered it to be the reason for their imprisonment. The Serbs were predominantly brought from the Kozara region, where the Ustasa captured areas along with partisan guerrillas. These were brought to camp without sentence, almost destined to immediate liquidation, accelerated via use of a machine-gun.

Jews, being the primary target of Nazi-oriented Genocide, were the second-largest category of victims of Jasenovac.Most of the executions of Jews at Jasenovac occurred prior to August 1942. Thereafter, the NDH started to deport them to Auschwitz. In general, Jews were initially sent to Jasenovac from all parts of Croatia after being gathered in Zagreb, and from Bosnia and Herzegovina after being gathered in Sarajevo. Some, however, were transported directly to Jasenovac from other cities and smaller towns.

Roma in Jasenovac consisted of both Roma and Sinti, who were captured in various areas in Bosnia, especially in the Kozara region. They were brought to Jasenovac and taken to area III-C, under the open sky, in terms of nutrition, hydration, shelter and sanitary that were below the camp’s standards. During the reign of fascist Croatia, the entire Roma population of Croatia would be exterminated.

Anti-fascists consisted of various sorts of political and ideological antagonists of the Ustasa. In general, their treatment was similar to other inmates, although known communists were executed right away, and convicted Ustasa or law-enforcement officials, or others close to the Ustasa in opinion, such as Croatian peasants, were held on beneficial terms and granted amnesty after serving a duration of time. The Ustasa also imprisoned various sorts of other ethnicities: Ukrainians, Romanians,Slovenes and Montenegrians.

Living Conditions

The living conditions in the camp evidenced the severity typical in Nazi death camps: a meager diet, deplorable accommodations, and cruel behavior by the Ustaše guards. Also, as in many camps, conditions would be improved temporarily during visits by delegations – such as the press delegation that visited in February 1942 and a Red Cross delegation in June 1944 – and reverted after the delegation left.

Food: Again, typical of Nazi death camps, the diet of inmates at Jasenovac was insufficient to sustain life: The sorts of food they consumed changed during the camp’s existence. In camp Brocice, inmates were given a “soup” made of hot water with starch for breakfast, and beans for lunch and dinner (served at 6:00, 12:00 and 21:00). Food in Camp No. III was initially better, consisting of potatoes instead of beans; however, in January[when?] the diet was changed to a single daily serving of thin “turnip soup”. By the end of the year, the diet had been changed again, to three daily portions of thin gruel made of water and starch. Food changed repeatedly thereafter.

Water: Jasenovac was even more severe than most death camps in one respect: a general lack of potable water. Prisoners were forced to drink water from the Sava river, which was contaminated with ren (horseradish).

Accommodations: In the first camps, Brocice and Krapje, inmates slept in standard concentration-camp barracks, with three tiers of bunks. In Camp No. III, which housed some 3,000 inmates, inmates initially slept in the attics of the workshops, in an open depot designated as a railway “tunnel”, or simply in the open. A short time later, eight barracks were erected. Inmates slept in six of these barracks, while the other two were used as a “clinic” and a “hospital”, where ill inmates were concentrated to die or be liquidated.

Forced labor: As in all concentration camps, Jasenovac inmates were forced daily to perform some 11 hours of hard labor, under the eye of the Ustasa captors, who would execute any inmate for the most trivial reasons, allegedly for “sabotaging labor”. The labor section was overseen by Ustasas Hinko Dominik Picilli and Tihomir Kordic. Picillii would personally lash inmates to work harder. He divided the “Jasenovac labor force” into 16 groups, including groups of construction, brickworks, metal-works, agriculture, etc. The inmates would perish from the hard work. Work in the brickworks was hard. Blacksmith work was also done, as the inmates forged knives and other weapons for the Ustasa. Dike construction work was most feared.

Sanitation: Inside the camp, squalor and lack of sanitation reigned: clutter, blood, vomit and bodies filled the barracks, which were also full of pests and of the foul scent of the often overflowing latrine bucket. Due to exposure to the elements, inmates suffered from impaired health leading to epidemics of typhus, typhoid, malaria, pleuritis, influenza, dysentery and diphtheria. During pauses in labor (5:00-6:00; 12:00-13:00, 17:00-20:00) inmates had to relieve themselves at open latrines, which consisted of big pits dug in open fields, covered in planks. Inmates would tend to fall inside, and often died. The Ustase encouraged this by either having internees separate the planks, or by physically drowning inmates inside. The pit would overflow during floods and rains, and was also drained into the lake, from which inmate drinking water was taken. The inmate’s rags and blankets were too thin to prevent exposure to frost, as was the shelter of the barracks. The clothes and blankets were rarely and poorly cleansed, as inmates were only allowed to wash them briefly in the lake’s waters once a month save during winter time, when the lake froze. Then, a sanitation device was erected in a warehouse, where a few clothes were insufficiently boiled.

Lack of personal possessions: The inmates were stripped of their belongings and personal attire. As inmates, only ragged prison-issue clothing was given to them. In winter, inmates were given thin “rain-coats” and they were allowed to make light sandals. Inmates were given a personal food bowl, designated to contain 0.4 ltrs of “soup” they were fed with. Inmates whose bowl was missing (stolen by another inmate to defecate in) would receive no food. During delegation visits, inmates were given bowls twice as large with spoons. Additionally, at such times, inmates were given colored tags.

Anxiety: The fear of death, and the paradox of a situation in which the living dwell next to the dead, had great impact on the internees. Basically, an inmate’s life in a concentration camp can be viewed in the optimal way when looking at it in three stages: arrival to camp, living inside it, and the release. The first stage consisted of the shock caused by the hardships in transit to camp. The Ustase would fuel this shock by murdering a number of inmates on arrival and by temporarily housing new-arrivals in warehouses, attics, in the train tunnel and outdoors. After the inmates grew familiar with the life in camp, they would enter the second and most critical phase: living through the anguish of death, and the sorrow, hardships and abuse.

The peril of death was most prominent in “public performances for public punishment” or selections, when inmates would be lined in groups and individuals would be randomly pointed out to receive punishment of death before the rest. The Ustase would intensify this by prolonging the process, patrolling about and asking questions, gazing at inmates, choosing them and then refrain and point out another.

As inmates, people could react to the Ustase crimes in an active or passive manner. The activists would form resistance movements and groups, steal food, plot escapes and revolts, contacts with the outside world. The passive inmates, the majority, would react by attempt to survive, to go through the day unharmed. This is not “going in line to slaughter”, but rather another approach to survival, which deprived the Ustase of the possibility of completely dehumanizing the inmates.

However, some of these inmates became in this way utterly primitive, as their whole life revolved around following orders and eating a bowl of soup. Thus they became “musselmans”: physically appearing as living skeletons, but mentally stripped of their humanity beyond hope of salvation. All inmates suffered from psychological phenomena to some extent: obsessive thoughts of food, paranoia, delusions, day-dreams, lack of self-control. Some inmates reacted with attempts at documenting the atrocities, such as Nikola Nikolic, Djuro Schawrtz and Ilija Ivanovic, who all tried to memorize and even write of events, dates and details. Such deeds were perilous, since writing was punishable by death and tracking dates was hard. “King of the Cutthroats”

On the night of 29 August 1942, the prison guards made bets among themselves as to who could liquidate the largest number of inmates. One of the guards, Petar Brzica, boasted cutting the throats of about 1,360 new arrivals.

Other participants who confessed to participating in the bet included Ante Zrinusic, who killed some 600 inmates, and Mile Friganovic, who gave a detailed and consistent report of the incident. Friganovic admitted to having killed some 1,100 inmates.

He specifically recounted his torture of an old man named Vukasin; he attempted to compel the man to bless Ante Pavelic, which the old man refused to do, although Friganovic 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. This incident was witnessed by Dr. Nikola Nikolic.

In the concentration camp at Jasenovac, on the night of August 29, 1942, orders were issued for executions. Bets were made as to who could liquidate the largest number of inmates. Peter Brzica cut the throats of 1,360 prisoners with a specially sharp butcher’s knife. Having been proclaimed the prize-winner of the competition, he was elected King of the Cut-troats. A gold watch, a silver service, and a roasted sucking pig and wine were his other rewards.

The case of Peter Brzica is undoubtedly one of the most incredible in this category. Brzica was a law student and an ardent member of the foremast Catholic organization called the Catholic Crusaders. Srbosjek

Brzica and others used a knife that became known as srbosjek, meaning “Serb-cutter” (“cutthroat”). Its agricultural purpose was to make it easier for the field workers to cut wheat sheaves open before threshing them.

Systematic extermination of prisoners

Besides sporadic killings and deaths due to the poor living conditions, many inmates arriving at Jasenovac were scheduled for systematic liquidation. An important criterion for selection was the duration of a prisoner’s anticipated detention. Strong men capable of labor and sentenced to less than three years of incarceration were allowed to live. All inmates with indeterminate sentences or sentences of three years or more were immediately scheduled for liquidation, regardless of their fitness. Systematic extermination varied both as to place and form. Some of the executions were mechanical, following Nazi methodology, while others were manual.

The mechanical means of extermination included:

Cremation: The Ustase cremated living inmates, who were sometimes drugged and sometimes fully awake, as well as corpses. The first cremations took place in the brick factory ovens in January, 1942.

Engineer Hinko Dominik Picilli perfected this method by converting seven of the kiln’s furnace chambers into more sophisticated crematories..; Crematories were also placed in Gradina, across the Sava River. According to the State Commission, however, “there is no information that it ever went into operation.”. Later testimony, however, say the Gradina crematory had become operational. Some bodies were buried rather than cremated, as shown by exhumation of bodies late in the war.

Gassing and poisoning: The Ustase, in following the Nazi example, as set in Auschwitz and Sajmiste, tried to employ poisonous gas to kill inmates that arrived in Stara-Gradiska. They first tried to gas the women and children that arrived from camp Djakovo with gas vans that Simo Klaic called “green Thomas”. The method was later replaced with stationary gas-chambers with Zyklon B and sulfur dioxide.

Manual methods, the Ustase’s favorites, were liquidation that took part in utilizing sharp or blunt craftsmen tools: knives, saws, hammers, et cetera. These liquidations took place in various locations:

Granik: Granik was a ramp used to unload goods of Sava boats. In winter 1943-44, season agriculture laborers became unemployed, while large transports of new internees arrived and the need for liquidation, in light of the expected Axis defeat, were large. Therefore, “Maks” Luburic devised a plan to utilize the crane as a gallows on which slaughter would be committed, so that the bodies could be dumped into the stream of the flowing river. In the autumn, the Ustase NCO’s came in every night for some 20 days, with lists of names of people who were incarcerated in the warehouse, stripped, chained, beaten and then taken to the “Granik”, where weights were tied to the wire that was bent on their arms, and their intestines and neck were slashed, and they were thrown into the river with a blow of a blunt tool in the head. The method was later enhanced, so that inmates were tied in pairs, back to back, their bellies were cut before they were tossed into the river alive.

Gradina: The Ustase utilized empty areas in the vicinity of the villages Donja Gradina and Ustice, where they encircled an area marked for slaughter and mass graves in wire.

The Ustase slew victims with knives or smashed their skulls with mallets. When gypsies arrived in the camp, they did not undergo selection, but were rather concentrated under the open skies at a section of camp known as “III-C”. From there the gypsies were taken to liquidation in Gradina, working on the dike (men) or in the corn fields in Ustice (women) in between liquidations. Thus Gradina and Ustica became Roma mass grave sites. Furthermore, small groups of gypsies were utilized as gravediggers that actually participated in the slaughter at Gradina. Thus the extermination at the site grew until it became the main killing-ground in Jasenovac. Grave sites were also located in Ustica and in Draksenic.

Mlaka and Jablanac: Two sites used as collection and labor camps for the women and children in camps III and V, but also as places where many of these women and children, as well as other groups, were liquidated at the Sava bank in between the two locations.

Velika Kustarica: According to the state-commission, as far as 50,000 people were killed here in the winter amid 1941 and 1942. There is more evidence suggesting that killings took place there at that time and afterwards.

Nazi Croatia Today

Today’s Independent State of Croatia is the copy of the Nazi puppet state of some fifty years ago. The country has the same: name, flag, national emblem, national anthem, currency, uniforms (black shirts).

Jewish leaders were UNANIMOUS in saying they saw worring PARALLELS BETWEEN THE NAZI AND PRO-NAZI MASSACRES OF 50 YEARS AGO and the unease of Jews in Croatia under strongly nationalist regime in the break away republic TODAY… “What worries us is that those in power in Croatia NOW are largely THE SAME AS DURING THE NAZI ERA… In some cases THEY ARE EXACTLY THE SAME PEOPLE, now in their seventies and BACK from exile under the Communists. In other cases, they are the CHILDREN OF THE USTASHA… THEY WEAR *THE SAME BLACK SHIRTS*, the same black trousers, many carry THE SAME “SERBO-SEKS” [KNIVES FOR THE SERBS]…” said Dr. Klara Mandic, a senior Jewish community leader.

 — Phil Davidson [British] The Independent October 21, 1991, page 10 “War raises old anxieties for Croatian Jews”

The Croatian government has revived many of the paraphenalia of the Nazi puppet regime headed by Ante Pavelic in the early 1940s. STREETS AND SQUARES HAVE BEEN RENAMED AFTER USTASHA HEROES.

Plans are well under way to REINSTATE the kuna, THE CURRENCY OF THE FASCIST STATE. THE CROATIAN FLAG ONCE AGAIN SPORTS SAHOVNICA, THE RED AND WHITE CHEQUERED SHIELD WHICH SYMBOLIZED PAVELIC’S STATE – symbol which some… equate with a reunited Germany flying the swastika…

It is less easy to explain that lack of international reaction to the RESURGENT FASCISM *SO EVIDENT* in the building of the new nation. British suggestions of economic sanctions on account of Croatia’s military involvement in Bosnia have been repeatedly blocked by Germany… Germany is siding with Croatia… former partners in tourism and GENOCIDE. On the American side, THERE ARE NONE SO BLIND AS THOSE WHO WILL NOT SEE. SWASTIKAS, BLACK UNIFORMS, *RAPE AND PILLAGE* fade into insignificanse beside the demonic image the State Department has built for the Serbs.

 — Kenneth Roberts [British] THE SPECTATOR March 19 1994, pages 16, 17, 18 “UNRECONSTRUCTED NAZISM ON DISPLAY – The Germans warmly support the Croats. Kenneth Roberts says this reuniting of Second World War allies is distasteful”

Encyclopedia Britannica, Edition 1943, Vol 23, page 923 (Yugoslavia and war) describes the flag of the Croatian Ustashe: “The new flag of Croatia consists of three broad stripes, red, white and blue, and superimposed upon them a shield of checkered red and white squares”.

Open then any new book that shows the international flags (or stroll in front of the United Nations and check the flags there) and you will easily recognize the Ustasha flag of the Nazi time.

NAZI NOSTALGIA IN CROATIA

by Diana Johnstone Sept. 6, 1999

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When I visited Croatia three years ago, the book most prominently displayed in the leading bookstores of the capital city Zagreb was a new edition of the notorious anti-Semitic classic, “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion”. Next came the memoires of the World War II Croatian fascist Ustashe dictator Ante Pavelic, responsible for the organized genocide of Serbs, Jews and Romany (gypsies) that began in 1941, that is, even before the German Nazi “final solution”.

However, if the Croatian fascists actually led, rather than followed, the German Nazis down the path of genocide, that doesn’t mean they have forgotten their World War II benefactors. After all, it was thanks to Hitler’s invasion of Yugoslavia that the “Independent State of Croatia” was set up in April 1941, with Bosnia-Herzegovina (whose population was mostly Serb at the time) as part of its territory. And the hit song of 1991, when Croatia once again declared its independence from Yugoslavia and began driving out Serbs, was “Danke Deutschland” in gratitude to Germany’s strong diplomatic support for Zagreb’s unnegotiated secession.

In the West, of course, one will quickly object that the Germany of today is not the Germany of 1941. True enough. But in Zagreb, with a longer historical view, they are so much the same that visiting Germans are sometimes embarrassed when Croats enthusiastically welcome them with a raised arm and a Nazi “Heil!” greeting.

So it should be no surprise that this year’s best seller in Croatia is none other than a new edition of “Mein Kampf”. This is not a critical edition, mind you, but a reverently faithful reproduction of the original text by that great European leader, benefactor of Croatian nationalism and leader of the Third Reich, Adolf Hitler.

The magazine “Globus” reported that “Mein Kampf” is selling like hotcakes in all segments of Croatian society. For those who want to read more, there is a new book entitled “The Protocols of Zion, the Jews and Adolf Hitler” by Mladen Schwartz, leader of the Croatian neo-Nazi party New Right, and “Talks with Hitler” by the Fuhrer’s aide Herman Rauschning, as well as various other memoires celebrating the Ustashe state whose violent massacres of Serbs shocked the Italian fascist allies and even German diplomatic observers at the time.

The dissident Croatian writer Predrag Matvejevic, who has Italian citizenship, has sent the Rijeka daily “Novi List” an open letter to the Association of Croatian Writers and the Croatian center of the International PEN club denouncing their failure to protest at this promotion of the absolute worst of racist Nazi propaganda. “Passing through the streets of Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik and other cities in Croatia, countless Croatian citizens whose parents took part in the anti-fascist Partisan struggle are ashamed to see the works and photographs of Hitler and other Nazi and Ustashe criminals displayed in bookshop indows,” he wrote. “Their publication is a disgrace to Croatia and its culture”. This is “no accident”, he said, “in Tudjman’s Croatia.” For this is the same regime, he noted, that has allowed the destruction of thousands of monuments to the victims of fascism, from one end of Croatia to the other, and in which mass is celebrated non-stop in honor of the Ustashe “fuhrer” Pavelic in the churches of Split and Zagreb, the Italian daily “Il Manifesto” reported on September 3.

In another report in “Il Manifesto”, Giacomo Scotti reported from Zagreb that the terrorist campaign by nationalist bands led by the neofascist “Croatian Party of Rights” has been stepping up its pogroms against the small number of Serbs now living in the Krajina region. The overwhelmingly Serb population was driven from the Krajina by the U.S.-backed “Operation Storm” in August 1995. Officially, under heavy international pressure, the Croatian government has allowed some Serbs to come back, mostly old farmers. However, on August 25, the Croatian Supreme Court denied local tribunals the right to hear complaints from citizens who had not been allowed to enter their property, thus encouraging lawlessness.

With the complicity of the authorities, armed bands have been breaking into the few homes reoccupied by their Serb owners, beating and threatening old people and devastating their farms, chopping down trees and destroying crops to force them to leave. These facts are contained in two letters to the Croatian government from the Croatian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights.

By now, however, it is abundantly clear to everyone that crimes of intimidation, physical violence, murder, robbery, vandalism or “ethnic cleansing” are of no interest to Western governments, to international media or to any court in the world so long as the victims are Serbs.

Back From the Grave

By A.M. Rosenthal The New York Times, OP-ED, April 15, 1997 (for ‘fair use’ only)

Mr. Rosenthal was Editor of The New York Times for many years.

In World War II, Hitler had no executioners more willing, no ally more passionate, than the Fascists of Croatia.

They are returning, 50 years later, from what should have been their eternal grave, the defeat of Nazi Germany. The Western allies who dug that grave with the bodies of their servicemen have the power to stop them, but do not.

Croatian Fascists, known as the Ustashe, fought alongside German troops against Serbs, Muslims and Croats trying desperately, and vainly, to block the Nazi conquest of Yugoslavia. In 1941 Hitler rewarded Croatian Fascists by carving out a Croatian state and letting them run it. They did not let him down.

The Ustashe slaughtered Serbs, Jews and non-Fascist Croats — and with such glee and such cruelty that their name became a terror and stench throughout Europe.

Croatia disappeared with Hitler’s annihilation in 1945. A half-century later the West created a new Croatia, by recognizing the secession from Yugoslavia of Croatian nationalists, led by one Franjo Tudjman.

Not all were Fascists, by any means, but now the Ustashe is running in elections, brutalizing its enemies — Croat, Serb or Jew. Mr. Tudjman is giving them what they need most — presence, and the rewriting of history.

Two documents are a short course on the Ustashe. To honor the murdered and protect the future, read them. From pages 323-328 of the Encyclopedia of the Holocaust (Macmillan): ”More than a half million Serbs were killed, a quarter million expelled, 200,000 forced to convert to the Catholicism of the Croatian Fascists.

”Thousands were hurled from mountain tops, others were beaten to death, entire villages were burned down, women raped, people sent on death marches in the middle of winter, still others starved to death.”

Jews? Ante Pavelic, the Ustashe leader, announced that the Jews would be ”liquidated within a very short time.” They were, most of the 40,000.

But some chosen as victims did survive. Study the picture of the children after the camps were freed. They wear only bones and tightened skin. Serbs? Jews?

The second document is a fine piece of journalism from Croatia by the New York Times correspondent Chris Hedges (April 12) about the rebirth of Fascism there — the bullying, the sieg-ing and heil-ing in Croatian, the whole nastiness. Most important is the increasing work of Mr. Tudjman — a longtime Holocaust denier — to recast the Fascists as patriots and founders of the new Croatia.

This man likes to talk about how he himself fought German soldiers. Now a major political, military and financial beneficiary of the West, he permits pictures of Fascists dead and alive to be plastered around the country. He gives special status and pensions to Ustashe veterans. He tried to get the body of the killer-chief Pavelic returned from Spain, where he had fled, and buried with honor in Zagreb — like reburying Himmler under the linden. The family objected. So he brought back another Ustashe killer, this one alive, and made him a member of Parliament.

Western recognition of Mr. Tudjman’s Croatia was pushed hardest by Germany despite warnings from Bosnian Muslims that the timing could set off war among themselves, Serbs and Croats.

Franjo Tudjman is now ours. The West cannot evade responsibility for the rebirth of Fascism in Croatia. Peter Galbraith, U.S. Ambassador to Croatia, told me he had denounced Croatian ethnic cleansing of Serbs last year, and considered the glorification of the Ustashe an insult to Croats who fought Nazis, and to American veterans of World War II.

Mr. Tudjman and his Fascist proteges brush off ambassadorial protest with insult. Would he brush off the Presidents of the U.S. and France, the British Prime Minister — or the Chancellor of Germany — if they took action to stop Croatian Fascism? Such as denouncing the Tudjman buildup of the Ustashe, then reducing Western representation to sub-ambassadorial and slashing economic help to Croatia — the whole list?

That won’t change the Ustashe or improve Mr. Tudjman’s sickness of body and character. But it could force him to end Fascist rehabilitation work. Or has the West become so sick itself that it will permit Croatian Fascism to live on beyond the grave?

Video: Jasenovac Death Camp

In 1983, Croatian director Lordan Zafranović made a harrowing documentary about Jasenovac, the biggest death camp operated by the 1941-1945 “Independent State of Croatia.”

The film, “Jasenovac: Blood and Ashes” was suppressed during the 1990s, following the rise of Tudjman’s nationalist government. Zafranović himself was blacklisted and lived in exile in Prague.

  1. The film has recently become available on YouTube, with English subtitles: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch 
 
 

Istina je istina

 
Kad u prepunom autobusu čujete pjesmu “tko te ima, taj te nema”, provjerite gdje vam je novčanik.

“Kada sam se vratio u domovinu, shvatio sam da je nostalgija bolje rješenje”.  Kakva surova istina……Da nije bilo rata: Jaca ne bi bila u 90 kvadrata, ni Nadan u svojih nekoliko stotina također… Borković bi dogurao do starijeg vodnika … Čikara bi bio vodnik I klase…Krstičević bi sad polagao za kapetana JNA i ne bi znao…. Norac bi bio konobar….Sanader bi prodavao pornografiju,… Barba Luka bi bio sekretar CK SKH…, Rajić bi vozio kamion,… Rojs bi vozio autobus,… Korade bi mijenjao špine po Zagorju, …Zagorec bi bio pomoćni geodeta i nanašao bi motke,… Tolj bi bio pred svršetkom studija jugoslavistike,…  Todorić bi bio sitni švercer na Dolcu,… Kerum bi vozio valjak…. Bandić bi švercao karte pred Balkan kinom…. Uglavnom sve bi bilo na svojem mjestu….
 Jebem ti rat…
 

Karakteristike nas Hrvata- ….. 1. Lopovi smo do srzi ….. 2. Prevaranti ….. 3. Neskolovani ….. 4. Agresivni ….. 5. Neljubazni ….. 6. Politicki nepismeni// biramo kradeze ili komunjare/ ….. 7. Na istim principima odgajamo mlade //MA NEBUDI LUD DRPI AKO MOZES/ ….. 8. Homofobi ….. 9. Sovinisti ….. 10. Rasisti ….. 11. Veliki ,uglavnom lazni Katolici na kraju …..

Hrvatski zločini u Bosni

Zlocinci Praljak i Tuta (kahlica)
Možda Praljak i nije bio ratni zločinac, ali hrvatska strana u Bosni jest činila teške zločine. On je bio žrtva svog hubrisa i povijesnih okolnosti, kojima se nije imao razumijevanja suprotstaviti
Praljak u Hercegovini nije stekao nikakvu realnu vojnu, ni političku moć. Legenda, potvrđena iskazima bar trojice ili četvorice prilično vjerodostojnih očevidaca, kaže sljedeće: Nekoliko dana pošto se Praljak uselio u Glavni stožer HVO-a, ondje ga je došao posjetiti Mladen Naletilić Tuta, međunarodni kriminalac, zapovjednik Kažnjeničke bojne, i stvarni ratni zločinac. Tuta, je, prema iskazima svjedoka, Praljku ugurao pištolj u usta, pa rekao: “Ovdje zapovijedam ja, a ne ti”. I to je bilo sasvim nesporno.
Slobodan Praljak odlučio je umrijeti kao Sokrat. Što je u skladu s njegovom logikom javnih nastupa, još od vremena kad je djelovao kao donekle radikalni kazališni i filmski performer, pa do rušenja Starog mosta u Mostaru; poetici teatra apsurda svakako pripada činjenica da je Praljak, par minuta prije no što je popio otrov, oslobođen jedino od optužbe za uništavanje Starog mosta iako je to prekomjerno granatiranje simbola grada Mostara vjerojatno jedini stvarni Praljkov crimen, tijekom manje od četiri mjeseca, koliko je obavljao dužnost glavnog zapovjednika Hrvatskog vijeća obrane.
Da je ta četiri mjeseca odlučio provesti bilo gdje drugdje, osim u Hercegovini, Slobodan Praljak nikad ne bi završio ni na Haaškom ni na bilo kojem drugom ratnom sudu. Slobodan Praljak, gotovo smo sigurni, nije bio ratni zločinac. On je bio žrtva svog hubrisa i povijesnih okolnosti, kojima se nije imao razumijevanja suprotstaviti.
PRAVI ŠEF HERCEG-BOSNE BIO JE STVARNI ZLOČINAC, TUTA
Slobodan Praljak uvijek je želio biti veći od života. Osobito kad je nosio uniformu i kad je mislio da igra važnu ulogu u velikim povijesnim dramama (kasnije se s tim dramama i ulogom identificirao). Zato je tijekom Domovinskog rata dao milijun bombastičnih izjava, opravdavajući politiku, kojoj osobno nije bio osobito sklon. Praljkova jedina povezanost s idealima Herceg Bosne može se pronaći u grižnji savjesti zbog uloge njegova oca, šefa OZNE, u poslijeratnim progonima hercegovačkih Hrvata.
Pa čak i kad je nakon herojske, hemingwayevske misije u Sunji, i lošeg mandata u propagandom odjelu Ministarstva obrane, Praljak pristao postati zapovjednikom HVO-a, on u Hercegovini nije stekao
nikakvu realnu vojnu, ni političku moć.
HRABAR I NERAZUMAN ČOVJEK KRIVOG KONCEPTA LOJALNOSTI
Hrvatskim vijećem obrane zapovijedali su Gojko Šušak, kao veliki zagrebački pokrovitelj, pa Mate Boban, kao politički vođa Herceg Bosne, pa Tuta Naletilić, kao beskrupulozni izvršitelj svih mogućih naloga da se nekoga ubije, muči, spali, zatvori ili ponizi na bilo koji drugi način.
Generali koji su u Mostar dolazili iz Zagreba, poput Slobodana Praljka i Milivoja Petkovića, također nevinog osuđenog, nisu imali nikakve veze s tim i takvim zapovjednim lancem, čija se finalna karika nalazila u hrvatskom Ministarstvu obrane u Zagrebu, u uredu Gojka Šuška, kojem je predsjednik Tuđman još krajem 1992. godine prepustio upravljanje hrvatskim dijelovima Bosne i Hercegovine (zbog čega je stožerni general Anton Tus u prosincu 1992. godine podnio ostavku na mjesto načelnika Glavnog stožera Hrvatske vojske; Tus je odbio ratovati protiv Armije BIH).
Slobodan Praljak ispao je žrtva vlastitih pogrešnih odluka i krivog koncepta lojalnosti: on je, koliko smo ga poznavali – a to je poznanstvo trajalo godinama – bio hrabar i nerazuman čovjek, bez ikakvih stvarnih nacionalističkih predrasuda i bez ikakvih zločinačkih namjera.
HAAŠKI SUD JE BIO DUBOKO KOMPROMITIRAN
Samoubojstvo generala Praljka duboko kompromitira Haaški sud: što, pobogu, misliti o sudu, dakle o instituciji kojoj je core business uvođenje reda, a koja nije kadra spriječiti javno samoubojstvo, u trenutku izricanja zadnje presude? Osim što je po mnogočemu nekompetentan, Haaški je sud povremeno povijesno nepravedan. Sasvim je apsurdno ustvrditi da srpska država nije imala nikakve veze sa zločinima i politikom bosanskih Srba. Nesporna je povijesna istina da je Beograd bio pokretač i glavni pokrovitelj politike i svih zločina bosanskohercegovačkih Srba.
Uostalom, NATO je zato prijetio Srbima vojnom intervencijom još 1994. i 1995. godine, da bi 1999. napokon brutalno (i posve zasluženo) bombardirao Beograd, Niš i druge srpske gradove, kako bi uspostavio mir na prostoru bivše Jugoslavije. Presuda o hrvatskom zločinačkom pothvatu nije nepravedna samo zbog debalansa sa Srbijom, stvarnim krivcem za sve, pa i bosanski rat, i stvarnom počiniteljicom najgorih ratnih zločina, nego i zbog kompleksnosti hrvatskog odnosa prema Bosni i Hercegovini.
Činjenica je, naime, da je Hrvatska primila i hranila nekoliko stotina tisuća bošnjačkih prognanika, da je organizirala niz transporta oružja za Armiju BIH, te da je Hrvatska vojska spasila Bihać od srebreničke sudbine. Stoga je sasvim razumljivo što i istaknuti nehadezeovski političari, poput Zorana Milanovića, ocjenjuju kako se predsjednika Tuđmana ne smije optuživati za zločin protiv Bosne i Hercegovine; razumljivo je što i najrazumniji SDP-ov aktualni čelnik, pravnik Orsat Miljenić, smatra kako je haaška presuda o udruženom zločinačkom pothvatu sasvim nerealna.
PREVIŠE JE DOKAZA O STRAŠNIM ZLOČINIMA
Međutim, u današnjem svjetlu Praljkove tragedije i općenacionalne osupnosti potvrdom teze o udruženom zločinačkom pothvatu, ne smijemo zaboraviti na sljedeće, potpuno nesporne činjenice. Prvo, predsjednik Franjo Tuđman, prije prvog ispaljenog metka u Bosni i Hercegovini, javno i privatno govorio je o potrebi podjele Bosne i Hercegovine, o uspostavi Banovine Hrvatske, i o “maloj zemljici Bosni”, koja će, eto, ostati Aliji Izetbegoviću kad Hrvati i Srbi uzmu svoje.
Drugo, bosanskohercegovački Hrvati proglasili su Hrvatsku Republiku Herceg Bosnu usred države Bosne i Hercegovine, čime su formalno zanijekali državnost Bosne i Hercegovine. Treće, Hrvatska Republika Herceg Bosna aktivno je i formalno sudjelovala u pokušajima zamjene stanovništva i etničkog čišćenja: HRHB i HVO, dapače, o Božiću 1992.godine poticali su preostale Hrvate iz srednje Bosne da se presele u Hercegovinu, tvrdeći kako će zapadna Hercegovina postati dio Republike Hrvatske.
Četvrto, nesporno je da su se regularne postrojbe Hrvatske vojske borile na tlu Bosne i Hercegovine protiv Armije BIH. Radilo se, znači, o međunarodnom sukobu. I peto. Previše je dokaza o strašnim zločinima, što su ih pripadnici Hrvatskog vijeća obrane počinili u hrvatsko-bošnjačkom ratu: od koncentracijskih logora, do grupnih i pojedinačnih ubojstava. O puno srušenih džamija da ne govorimo.
KRIVI SU SAMO ZBOG SVOJIH ZABLUDA
U redu, poznati transkripti iz Ureda predsjednika, što ih je početkom dvijetisućitih objavljivao Feral Tribune, najstrastveniji Tuđmanov ideološki neprijatelj, jasno svjedoče da prvi hrvatski predsjednik zaista nije znao ništa o koncentracijskim logorima, masovnim deportacijama, Ahmićima, i drugim ubojstvima. No, Tuđman jest postavio ljude, koji su vladali Herceg Bosnom i koji su činili i naređivali zločine.
I nikoga od njih nije na vrijeme uhapsio. Hrvatska republika Herceg Bosna bila je samoubilačka politička formacija, toksična za Hrvate u Bosni, smrtonosna za Bošnjake, i tragična za bilo kakvu budućnost Bosne i Hercegovine. Samo su potpuno nerealni ljudi mogli očekivati kako će sve zablude i zločini Herceg Bosne proći bez opake, gadne kazne.
Slobodan Praljak, kao i dvojica drugih čija je kazna  potvrđena (Petković i Prlić), krivi su isključivo zbog zabluda – jer su pristali sudjelovati u jednoj opakoj i kaotičnoj vlasti – a zaista ne zbog zapovjedne ili izravne odgovornosti za zločine.

“Demokratska” Hrvatska

Verbalni delikt u hrvatskom školstvu

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Zapravo, iznenađeni smo što su toliki iznenađeni. Znamo gdje živimo, koja je godina, koja je zapravo godina, koja je državna ideologija, tko je na vlasti (ne na Markovom trgu, nego u institucijama, po uredima, na načelničkim, pročelničkim i svim ostalom poglavničkim mjestima) i, zapravo, ovako nešto je potpuno logično. Za one koji ne znaju, na kraju teksta prenosimo objavu koju je Marko Šolić, učitelj informatike objavio na svom profilu na Facebooku nakon odlaska na “terensku nastavu” u Vukovar. Ono što je uslijedilo, starije je podsjetilo na neka vremena od kojih bismo se svi htjeli udaljiti, a najviše, kao, oni koji nas upravo u ta vremena vraćaju.

Dakle, nakon objave teksta kolege Šolića uslijedio je upit portala Narod.hr školi u kojoj Šolić predaje i promptni odgovor ravnateljice: Šolić je dobio opomenu pred otkaz.

Dodajmo, Marko Šolić, član hrvatske Mense.

Marko Šolić, o kojemu je portal Srednja.hr napravio reportažu jer je svojim trudom i angažmanom opremio svoju školu kao malo koji učitelj u Hrvatskoj.

I ovdje završava 21. stoljeće, a počinje kombinacija Kafke, Orwella i Ždanova.

Dakle, obrazloženje koje je navela Ljiljana Klinger, ravnateljica Osnovne škole Matije Gupca, glasi:

“Temeljem izvješća kolege, utvrđeno je da je Marko Šolić svoj tekst pisao za vrijeme radnoga vremena koje je provodio u autobusu u pratnji s učenicima. I zato što je radio neki drugi posao, a nije skrbio i brinuo o učenicima dobio je opomenu pred otkaz“

Dakle, Šolić, khm, “nije dobio otkaz zbog toga što je napisao to što je napisao”, nego zbog toga što u autobusu, za vrijeme vožnje, nije pazio na djecu.

No, da bi bilo malo manje mjesta sumnji, ravnateljica je portalu Narod.hr pojasnila:

“To je ono što smo trenutno na osnovi važećih formalno-pravnih procedura imali mogućnost učiniti i poslati poruku da učitelj treba biti usredotočen na dijete i da učitelji imaju skrbiti o sigurnosti učenika. Nastavnik Šolić trebao je s učenicima tijekom vožnje i tijekom putovanja obraćati pozornost na okružje i na sve ono što je posebnost terenske nastave, zašto djeca uopće i idu na terensku nastavu. Gospodin Šolić zanemario je svoju radnu obvezu i radi toga je dobio opomenu pred otkaz.”

Ključni dio citata? Ovaj: To je ono što smo trenutno na osnovi važećih formalno-pravnih procedura imali mogućnost učiniti.

Prevedeno na kmetsko-feudalni Kaiser&König hrvatski: nismo ga mogli kazniti zbog onoga što je napravio, jer to u biti nije kažnjivo, ali zato ćemo mu naći nešto drugo što je napravio, pa makar bilo besmisleno, a on će već znati što je pravi uzrok. I to, naravno, što gluplje, to bolje jer će onda ona prava poruka biti jasnija. Ne’š ti meni Mense!

Kafka. Jesmo li spomenuli Kafku? Da, da, Kafka. Onaj za kojeg obrazovani ljudi uglavnom znaju, pa tako i vjerojatno Ljiljana Klinger, ravnateljica Osnovne škole Matije Gupca (ej, MATIJE GUPCA!). Samo što je ona Kafkin “Proces” očito shvatila kao priručnik.

Možda bi netko njoj i cijeloj njenoj kasti državnih službenika trebao dati da pročitaju “Preobražaj” u tankoj nadi da će i to shvatiti kao priručnik, pretvoriti se u žohare i odgmizati u kanalizaciju, gdje im je i mjesto.

Dakle, “Proces” se nastavlja, kolega Šolić, očekivano, cijeli slučaj nije htio komentirati (ne znamo je li angažirao odvjetnika, nadamo se da jest jer ovo je, da se poslužimo državnim K&K riječnikom ein Schweinerei koji treba riješiti sudskim putem, samo što je pitanje ima li u cijeloj Hrvatskoj dovoljno vode da se šmrkom otplavi svo blato i govna koja normalnima sprečavaju normalan život).

Kolegi Marku Šoliću pružamo podršku i stavljamo se na raspolaganje za sve objave koje bi htio podijeliti s javnošću.

Tekst zbog kojeg je dodijeljena opomena pred otkaz, ali ne zbog sadržaja, ne, to nikako, nego “zato jer ga je Šolić pisao u vrijeme radnog vremena”, dok je u autobusu koji vozi Autoputom bratstva i jedinstva zapravo trebao čuvati djecu je ovaj:

U autobusu sam, vraćam se s vođenja osmaša u obvezni posjet Vukovaru, organizirano i plaćeno od strane države.
I iskreno mi se povraća, a nije ni od autobusa ni od grozota u videima iz rata, nego od toga što pripremamo djecu za novi rat.
Išao sam bez predrasuda, čuo sam od kolega različite stvari, neki su govorili i kako se djeci prikazuje iznenađujuće realna slika o krivnji obje strane…

Ništa od toga.

I da, znam. Znam da su emocije toliko jake da je teško uopće raspravljati.

Znam i da ne dijelimo svi iste sustave vrijednosti, i da meni ne znače ništa stvari koje su drugima svete, i obrnuto.
Znam i neke ljude iz Vukovara, znam kakva se grozota dogodila, vidim koliko im je i koliko im je bilo teško, i nemam ništa protiv toga da djecu educiramo i da im već u osnovnoj školi istinu kažemo direktno, uz sve teško probavljive detalje.

Ali to se u organiziranom posjetu Vukovaru ne događa.

Bitni dijelovi istine se skrivaju i o njima se danas u Hrvatskoj ne smije pričati, a o nekim stvarima se direktno laže.
Pa su tako od licenciranih vodiča i predavača djeca primjerice mogla naučiti kako su u balvan-revoluciji bili četnici i arkanovci. 1990., u zaleđu Zadra, četnici i arkanovci. Ma da ne bi.

0 tome koji su bili uzroci balvan-revolucije ni riječi, to pitanje se ne smije postaviti.
0 ubojstvu Reihl-Kira također ni riječi, to je još jedna zabranjena tema.
0 tome zašto je Vukovar pao i zašto mu se nije pomoglo, ni riječi.
0 tome što se dogodilo s Jastrebom nakon rata, ni riječi.

Ali djeca su mogla čuti kako je Oluja bila akcija bez mrlje prije koje su civili otišli samoinicijativno, a zločina nije bilo. Onaj vlak kojim su moji susjedi iz Splita organizirano išli u pljačku valjda nije postojao. Kao ni Lora.

Djeca su mogla čuti i detaljan opis zločina.
Djeca su mogla čuti i detaljan opis zločina Vojislava Stanimirovića, inače saborskog zastupnika.
Djeca su mogla čuti i kako je Hrvatska vodila obrambeni rat unutar vlastitih granica.
Ok, pošteno, samo… HV u BiH? 0 tome također ne smijemo?

Da budem fer, bilo je i puno govora o miru, poštivanju svih ljudi bez obzira na nacionalnost, željama samo za normalnim suživotom normalnih ljudi…

Ali to je ostalo mlako i utopljeno u onom drugom.

I onda dolazi najgori dio. Naravno da ne smijemo o HV-u u BiH. Jer što god pričali, zapravo ne priznajemo BiH kao samostalnu državu.

Kako to znam?

Tako što se na završnom kvizu na kojem sudjeluje pet škola u jednoj dvorani, tri puta potiče djecu da se dižu na noge i u emotivnom zanosu nabrajaju dijelove Hrvatske, uz neizbježno ‘Herceg-Bosno srce ponosno’.

I što sad? Ništa.

Kad na Balkanu ponovno bude Vašar na kojem će se kupovati municija i trampiti racionalno za nacionalno*, ratovat ćemo u Herceg-Bosni.

Koja je, eto, naša.

Jer smo to desetljećima zaneseno pjevali.

A neki tamo Srbi su sigurno počeli s nekim provokacijama i netko je ubijen i moramo odgovoriti.

Tko će koga prvi ubiti, a tko dignuti barikade, nije ni bitno.

Oko toga će se dvije strane lako dogovoriti, kao i uvijek do sada.

Dogovorit će se oni ljudi koji će se obogatiti. Samo se nadam da ćemo ih ja i svi koje volim gledati iz neke Švicarske ili Norveške.

Ili ćemo, ako smo dovoljno glupi da i sada ne znamo ušutiti kad bi trebali, biti dovoljno glupi i da nešto pokušamo napraviti?

Nešto za nas nesumnjivo krajnje glupo. Kao Reihl-Kir.

* Ispričavam se za citiranje Balaševića, ali ako nam je jedan srpski glazbenik mogao napisati glazbu za himnu, valjda smijem citirati drugog?

P.S. Dodajem i komentar koji sam ispod napisao tu, za slučaj da netko ovo poželi negdje prenijeti:
Da se ne shvati krivo – sam Vukovar me zapravo pozitivno iznenadio. Ima predivnih dijelova u centru, muzej vučedolske kulture je arhitektonsko čudo, a sve ove stvari o tome što se tu dogodilo devedesetih bi stvarno svi trebali doći naučiti.

Samo u pravom i punom kontekstu.”, tvrdi Marko Šolić te još dodaje: “Inače, zaboravio sam u cijeloj strci dana…
Danas smo naučili i da su HOS-ovci ratni heroji koji se danas nepravedno politički demoniziraju.

(Nastavnici.org)

Vjerodostojni lopovi i kriminalci

Vjerodostojno nas je HDZ opljačkao u dva intervala, privatizacijskom i onom drugom – kroz pustošenje javnih poduzeća i državnog proračuna, vjerodostojno su, i temeljito, u sve segmente društva uveli sustav antivrijednosti, vjerodostojno su uništili svaki pokušaj uspostave pravne države, vjerodostojno su, da vjerodostojnije ne može, nacionalistički halabučili neprestano, vjerodostojno su suodgovorni za rat, posebno u Bosni i Hercegovini, gdje su usput vjerodostojno izvršili monetarni udar kamionima jugo-dinara – vjerodostojno se baveći državnim kriminalom, vjerodostojno su uništavali zdravstvo i obrazovanje, vjerodostojno su u tišini sklopili Vatikanske ugovore i Katoličku crkvu de facto stavili iznad zakona, vjerodostojno su pogazili sve što su bilo kada obećali, vjerodostojno su sijali mržnju, lagali, krali, izvrtali, podmetali, otimali, vjerodostojno su državu bacili desetljeća unatrag

Hrvati su daleko najgluplja nacija na planeti! Godinama dopuštaju da ih lopovski HDZ seksa u guzicu sa jedva “osvojenih” 20-30% glasova, uključujući glasove pomrlih i davno raspadnutih baba! Kilave opozicije jedva ugrabe po koju stolicu i nema tog boga da se ujedine u borbi protiv šizofrenih fašističkih lopova! Polovica sjedi kod kuće i čeka boga da siđe sa nebesa i glasa u njihovo ime… Fuuuuj nacijo!!!
Da ljudi koji sjede doma i sviraju kurcu dok kukaju, izađu na izbore i izglasaju neko novo lice, HDZ bi NESTAO poput dreka kada pustiš vodu. Sa novom vlasti , mladim ljudima ,novim licima,ljudima kojima ja napredak Hrvatske na srcu,ne samo novac Hrvatska i te kako mož e naprijed. Zato Hrvati povedite i vi mrtve babe i SVI NA GLASANJE, stoku na robiju!

Prolaze godine u spavanju

I tako prolaze godine,Hrvatska tone sve dublje u mulj i blato, a Hrvati spavaju

Zaboravljeni heroji

Zagreb – grad heroj

Zagreb je s okolicom u početku rata imao oko 300.000 stanovnika. Svaki šesti, odnosno njih 50.000 učestvovalo je u Narodnooslobodilačkoj borbi. Od tog broja poginulo ih je, u gradu na ulicama, u zatvorima i logorima ili u partizanskim jedinicama više od 20,000. Među poginulim Zagrepčanima bilo je 4.000 članova KPJ i SKOJ-a.

Osamdeset i devet Zagrepčana proglašeno je narodnim herojima. Šest stotina Zagrepčana nosioci su Partizanske spomenice 1941. godine.

Uručujući Orden narodnog heroja gradu 16. septembra 1975. godine predsjednik SFRJ, Josip Broz Tito, koji je takođe jedan od glavnih nosilaca revolucionarnog pokreta ovoga grada, rekao je:

Orden narodnog heroja kojeg predajem Zagrebu simbolizira priznanje svim učesnicima revolucionarnih zbivanja, svima koji su doprinijeli našoj pobjedi i izgradnji socijalizma, a posebno onima koji su u toj borbi hrabro i nesebično dali svoje živote (―)

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Ličnosti pokreta otpora i narodni heroji Zagreba

Grobnica narodnih heroja u Zagrebu

Božidar Adžija Marijan Badel Vladimir Bakarić Rajka Baković Stjepan Bubanić Joža Vlahović Vilim Galjer Šišo Ivo Gluhak Janko Gredelj Božidar Dakić Kata Dumbović Vinko Jeđut Zvonimir Kavurić Otokar Keršovani Slavko Komar Rudolf Kroflin Ivan Mečar Vladimir Nemet Braco, Bogdan Ogrizović, Josip Preskar , Ognjen Prica Ivo Lola Ribar Stipe Ugarković Predrag Heruc, August Cesarec Marijan Čavić Ivan Šibl Milan Špalj

Tri mlade djevojke u Zagrebu osudjene od izdajnicko-zlocinackog ustaskog rezima smiju se ispred svoga groba…

Zločin na djelu

Piše: Damir Gašparović

Četiri najveća hrvatska izvora, sada i službeno potvrđeno, više nisu u hrvatskim rukama! Ostali smo i bez Lipika i Jamnice i Svetog Roka i Cetine.

Dok nas naši političari zabavljaju bavljenjem poviješću oko koje nemaju pojma, miješajući se u gospodarstvo o kojem znaju još manje, ugrožavaju nam budućnost o kojoj ozbiljno niti ne razmišljaju. Iskustvo pokazuje da bismo se svaki puta kada nam stranke “prijete” izborima ili nekim epohalnim potezima za opće dobro morali dobro okrenuti oko sebe i vidjeti što su nam opet podvalili.

Tako, dok smo mi uspjeli u dvije godine steći tri premijera i dok smo se upustili u borbu za bivšu hrvatsku kompaniju koja se bavi energijom prošlosti (naftom),  ono što je zasigurno budućnost svake osobe na svijetu nestaje iz naših ruku. Naravno, u pitanju je voda.

Na problem gubitka kontrole nad najvećim hrvatskim izvorima pitke vode upozorio je premijera Plenkovića prije više mjeseci Pokret za modernu Hrvatsku. Odgovor je naravno bio – šutnja. Mogli smo se samo nadati da podaci o gubitku kontrole nisu istinite, ali..   
                                                 
Četiri najveća hrvatska izvora, sada i službeno potvrđeno, više nisu u hrvatskim rukama! Ostali smo i bez Lipika i Jamnice i Svetog Roka i Cetine.

Gdje su nestali izvori

Analizirajući pozadinu predaje izvora strancima, ne zna se koja je predaja čudnija. Podravka je bez ikakvog posebnog i opravdanog razloga prodala Lipički studenac Slovencima. Prijašnji vlasnik Svetog Roka je potpuno neobjašnjivo nagomilao velike gubitke na punionici pa su je u stečaju preuzeli novi vlasnici iz Saudijske Arabije. Sam premijer Plenković je potvrdio da je Agrokor “morao” za nove kredite založiti Jamnicu (ako nije  prije već bila založena za kredit u Sberbanci o čemu su se pojavljivale informacije). Pri tom je vjerojatno nenamjerno izjavio da je za kredit založeno i poljoprivredno zemljište koje ima u zakupu (ili vlasništvu?!) Agrokor.  Četvrti izvor – Cetinu preuzima offshor kompanija iz američke države Delaware – na 50 godina.
                                                                 
Neozbiljno je, najblaže rečeno da država sve to dopušta i mirno promatra. Jer razlog postajanja bilo koje države je zaštita vlastitih nacionalnih interesa. Općih i pojedinačnih. Cilj države mora biti osiguranje budućnosti države i građana, recimo stvaranjem nacionalnog fonda po primjeru Norveške u čiji se fond slijeva primjerice sav novac od koncesija eksploatacije silnih  izvora nafte. Različite su mogućnosti. I neusporedivo važnije od ustaša i partizana. Jer trenutno prodajemo svoju budućnost i  budućnost naše djece.

Cijena vode

Da bi sve bilo još spektakularnije, najavljuju nam da voda MORA hitno poskupiti – za 30%. I naravno – da to od nas traži Europska unija. Sad, postat će jasniji odgovori na pitanje tko će imati najviše koristi od poskupljenja hrvatskih izvora pitke i mineralne vode. Ali će postati puno nejasnije ZAŠTO  u Hrvatskoj voda mora poskupiti a u Irskoj MOŽE  ostati besplatna?              

Teško je na ovo dati pošten i fer odgovor, čak i onima koji  besramno uništavaju našu budućnost. Jer je voda trebala, mogla i morala biti dugoročni strateški resurs Republike Hrvatske. Ili se sve svodi na ono do čega dođemo koje god teme se dotaknemo – Hrvatska treba i zaslužuju i bolju vlast i bolju oporbu, neusporedivo poštenije i sposobnije političare od ovih koji nam sudbinom ravnaju već dvadeset i devet godina… I prevode nas uporno žedne preko vode

“Silovanje je zločin!”

Tisuće ljudi na prosvjedima u Hrvatskoj s jasnom porukom – “Silovanje je zločin!”

PIŠE NIKA VIZEK 19. LISTOPADA 2019.

PIXSELL.

  • Cijela Hrvatska je na nogama nakon skandalozne odluke zadarskog suca Ivana Markovića da mladiće osumnjičene za višestruko silovanje i ucjenjivanje maloljetnice pusti da se brane sa slobode
  • Prosvjedi pod nazivom “Pravda za djevojčice” posvećeni svim žrtvama seksualnog nasilja održavaju se u čak 13 hrvatskih gradova
  • Na ulice su izašle tisuće građana, koji su unatoč poništenju odluke suca i pritvaranju mladića, odlučili dati jasnu poruku da se takve situacije više nikada ne smiju ponavljati te su javno izrazili podršku žrtvama nasilja

Slučaj brutalnog silovanja djevojčice u okolici Zadra i reakcije institucija koje su vrlo mlako reagirale – podigli su na noge cijelu Hrvatsku. Danas se u devet hrvatskih gradova održavaju prosvjedi pod nazivom “Pravda za djevojčice” – u znak podrške svim žrtvama seksualnog nasilja.

Podsjetimo, građani u cijeloj zemlji organiziraju se protiv neshvatljive odluke suca zadarskog Županijskog suda Ivana Markovića da petoricu (punoljetnih) mladića od njih ukupno sedam osumnjičenih da su tijekom godine dana u više navrata grupno silovali, ucjenjivali, fizički i psihički zlostavljali maloljetnu djevojčicu pusti da se brane sa slobode.

 | Autor: Nika Vizek

NIKA VIZEK

Iako je pod pritiskom javnosti Izvanraspravno vijeće poništilo odluku suca te su mladići ipak završili u zatvoru, prosvjedi se nisu otkazali, već su organizatori i sudionici željeli pokazati da se takva situacija ne smije dogoditi više nikom – niti jednoj drugoj djevojčici, u niti jednom drugom gradu.

Zagrebački prosvjed počeo je u 10 sati na Trgu kralja Tomislava, a skupilo se nekoliko tisuća građana. Oni su vrlo jasno i glasno izrazili potporu svim žrtvama seksualnog nasilja, a mnogi su nosili i transparente na kojima su bile ispisane poruke podrške, pozivanje na pravdu, ali i jasne poruke institucijama što moraju činiti kako bi spriječili ovakve slučajeve. Iza prosvjeda u Zagrebu stoje inicijativa #spasime koju je prije nekoliko mjeseci pokrenula spisateljica, glumica i producentica Jelena Veljača u svrhu borbe protiv obiteljskog nasilja, Platforma za reproduktivna prava, Ženska soba – Centar za seksualna prava i Zaklada Solidarna. 

Od poznatih smo na prosvjedu u Zagrebu vidjeli Jelenu Veljaču, Barbaru Nolu, Larisu Lipovac, Marijanu Mikulić, Jelenu Radan, Meritas…

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“Zahtijevamo pravdu za sve žrtve silovanja, zahtijevamo da djeca uče o granicama i ravnopravnosti, da učimo kako pomoći i spriječiti. Zahtijevamo društvo koje će dječacima dopustiti da budu nježni i da plaču. Zamijenimo društvo šutnje društvom zajedničke podrške” riječi su koje su dopirale od organizatora prosvjeda.

“Tražimo da u državnom proračunu sljedeće godine bude dovoljno novca za sva savjetovanja i sve žene žrtve naselja. Tražimo da se napokon ukine kategorija spolnog odnosa bez pristanka. Silovanje je silovanje, a silovanje je zločin”

Martina Rebanović na prosvjed je došla s jasnim ciljem: “Želimo jasno dati do znanja da se ovakav slučaj više nikada ne smije ponoviti. Za ovo nema opravdanja, svi koji ne osuđuju nasilje su također nasilnici”.

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Sanja Sarnavka, aktivistica i veliki borac protiv nasilja i diskriminacije nad ženama, pročitala je emotivno pismo podrške silovanoj djevojčici koje je objavljeno na portalu libela.org. Ovo je dio tog pisma, a u cjelosti ga možeš pročitati OVDJE.

“Žao mi je što dijeliš iskustvo tolikog broja žena. Žao mi je što si kroz svoje iskustvo prolazila tako prokleto, jezivo sama. Žao mi je što živimo u društvu u kojem nasilje nad ženskim tijelom postoji. Nije pošteno što ženu ili djevojku, nakon proživljenog nasilja, društvo poziva na odgovornost. Nije fer što svaki samoprozvani stručnjak ima pravo iznova te maltretirati svojim riječima, sakriven iza tipkovnice i internetske veze. No iako živimo u društvu u kojem je takvo ponašanje često, to nije, niti smije biti, opravdanje za nasilje. Pojedinci koji su ti naudili odgovorni su za svoje postupke i tu odgovornost moraju snositi. Ali u ovom se pismu ne radi o njima. Radi se o pokušaju da do tebe dođe poruka: nisi sama.

Draga djevojčice, nisi sama. Želim da znaš da postoje osobe koje ti mogu pomoći, ako to trebaš i želiš. Želim da znaš da imaš vremena. Imaš sebe. Silovanjem ti to nisu oduzeli. Želim da znaš da ima nas koje ti vjerujemo. Ne mogu ti reći da znam kako ti je; to bi prvenstveno bilo netočno, a zatim i omalovažavajuće za tvoje jedinstveno iskustvo. Ne mogu ti obećati da će sve biti u redu jer ne znam hoće li, ali mogu ti obećati da ćemo se sve nastaviti boriti – kako znamo i koliko možemo – i da smo na tvojoj strani.Tvoja nepoznata prijateljica”

Osim u Zagrebu, prosvjedi se danas još održavaju u Zadru, Splitu, Puli, Labinu, Osijeku, Rijeci, Varaždinu, Šibeniku, Bjelovaru, Čazmi, Dugom Selu i Korčuli.

“Da ima institucija, mi sad ne bismo bili ovdje”, rekla je prosvjednica Romana Jakaša za 24sata koja je na prosvjed u Splitu dovela i svoju bebu.. “I sama sam bila u situaciji, u vanbračnoj zajednici, bila sam potlačena. Bilo me sram. I vjerujem da je to razlog i kod žrtve.”

“Mi nemamo slučaj, nemamo čak ni slučajeve. Mi imamo društvo koje mora početi iz temelja i raditi na promjenama. Institucije su zakazale. Mi kao društvo smo zakazali.” riječi su koje su stigle od organizatora prosvjeda u Zadru

Pogledajmo istini u oči

Hrvatsku su stvorili Tito, partizani i UDBA, a ne hrvatski branitelji!

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Hrvatsku u osamostaljenje nisu vodile ustaše koje su 45 godina u emigracije bile nesposobne za bilo kakvu konstruktivnu politiku, a kamo li stvaranje Hrvatske države. Te ustaše su u terorističkim akcijamo pobile preko 1000 građana Jugoslavije i to treba imati na umu kada slušamo srceparajuće priče o tome kako ih je UDBa likvidirala. Ti nesposobni zlikovci nisu stvorili ništa, a po svemu sudeći mnogi od njih su na početku rata dobili metak u leđa (Miro Barišić, Ludvig Pavlović) baš po Tuđmanovom nalogu. Hrvatsku su 1991. vodili Titovi partizani – Bobetko, Tuđman, Červenko, Špegelj, Manolić, Boljkovac, i drugi. Jedini među njima u partizanima nije bio Šušak, ali je on poput Tuđmana, Šeksa i drugih bio suradnik UDBE, a brat mu je bio oficir JNA.

2 kilometra bez kojih ne bi bilo Hrvatske

Početak šestog mjeseca 1943. godine, Sutjeska, Tito i njegovi partizani potpuno su opkoljeni. Čak ni uz najveći moral i organizaciju partizani ne uspijevaju probiti obruč koji su oko njih stegli Njemci, Talijani, Bugari i ustaše. A onda je Koča Popović samoinicijativno, protivno Titovoj naredbi krenuo u bijeg kroz malu pukotinu od samo 2 kilometra koja se otvorila između dvije njemačke jedinice. Kočin kurir prenosi poruku Titu, ne krene li i on ist čas za Kočom, nema mu spasa. Uz ogromne gubitke i puno sreće Tito se sa djelom partizana izvukao. Sutjeska će ostati grobnica najboljih i najhrabrijih partizanskih boraca, ali i prekretnica u 2. svjetskom ratu. Nakon nje Titove snage konstantno jačaju, a svi ostali polako slabe i propadaju.

Što bi se desilo da Tito nije uspio probiti obruč? Partizanski pokret bio bi uništen. Izginuo bi čitav vrhovni štab. Amerikanci i Britanci mogli su ili podržati četnike Draže Mihailovića ili čitavu Jugoslaviju prepustiti Sovjetima. Ako bi se odlučili za Dražu, sigurno je da Hrvatska ako bi uopće postojala, ne bi imala ni pola teritorija koje ima danas, a možemo samo pretpostaviti kakve bi odmazde nad Hrvatima bile izvršene zbog pokolja stotina tisuća Srba u Jasenovcu i preko dvadeset drugih logora. Ako bi pak Staljin dobio Jugoslaviju, na Jadranu bi umjesto hotela nikle njegove vojne baze. Katolička crkva u takvoj državi ne bi imala najljepši dio Zagreba (Kaptol) i ne bi bili suđeni samo oni svećenici koji su okrvavili ruke. Onda danas ne bi raspravljali o nepostojećem trovanju Stepinca jer bi mu boljševici sprašili metak u čelo.

Što je Tito učino za Hrvatsku?

A kako je točno Tito stvorio Hrvatsku? Nizom akata, od kojih ćemo navesti samo neke.

Prije svega, Istru je priključio Hrvatskoj. Da nije bilo Tita i partizana, ta najbogatija županija nikad ne bi bila u sastavu Hrvatske. Tito je kao Slovenac po majci mirne duše Istru mogao pripojiti i Sloveniji, jer je Istra i tako bila u sastavu slovenske pokrajine Primorske. A u sastavu Hrvatske prije 1945. nije bila nikad niti jedan dan. Samo zahvaljujući Titovoj upornosti, bez podrške Staljina, Italija je ostala bez Istre.

Tito je Hrvatskoj pripojio i Baranju, po prvi puta u povijesti. Baranju je 1918. oslobodila srpska vojska i vijeće Baranje je izglasalo prisajedinjene Srbiji, ali ju je Tito ipak dao Hrvatskoj.

Iz Hrvatske je u Vojvodinu iselio oko 50 000 Srba, pa kad uračunamo i njihovo potomsto možemo reći da je broj Srba 1990. zahvaljujući tome u Hrvatskoj bio manji za 15-20 posto.

Tito je prešutno dozvolio i protjerivanje Talijana iz Dalmacije i Istre i time taj prostor zauvijek zabetonirao u Hrvatsku.

Za razliku od Srbije koju je podjelio u 5 djelova i napravio joj dvije pokrajine i dvije nove republike, u Hrvatskoj je odbio prijedloge istaknutih partizana Vicka Krstulovića i braće Žanko da od Dalmacije napravi autonomnu pokrajinu.

Iako su hrvatski Srbi činili udarnu snagu Titovih partizana svo vrijeme rata, nije im dao Krajinu kao autonomnu pokrajinu.

Na koncu, stvorio je AVNOJ-ske granice Hrvatske koje su kasnije bile temelj za međunardono priznavanje Hrvatske kao i ustav iz 1974. koji je Hrvatskoj pravno omogućio da napusti Jugoslaviju.

Bez svega ovdje navedenog nikad ne bi bilo Hrvatske države. No, da stvar bude još bolja 1990. Hrvatsku u osamostaljenje nisu vodile ustaše koje su 45 godina u emigracije bile nesposobne za bilo kakvu konstruktivnu politiku, a kamo li stvaranje Hrvatske države. Te ustaše su u terorističkim akcijamo pobile preko 1000 građana Jugoslavije i to treba imati na umu kada slušamo srcpearajuće priče o tome kako ih je UDBa likvidirala. Ti nesposobni zlikovci nisu stvorili ništa, a po svemu sudeći mnogi od njih su na početku rata dobili metak u leđa (Miro Barišić, Ludvig Pavlović) baš po Tuđmanovom nalogu. Hrvatsku su 1991. vodili Titovi partizani – Bobetko, Tuđman, Červenko, Špegelj, Manolić, Boljkovac, i drugi. Jedini među njima u partizanima nije bio Šušak, ali je on poput Tuđmana, Šeksa i drugih bio suradnik UDBE, a brat mu je bio oficir JNA.

1991. je nastalo još 20 država

Koliko je uputno govoriti da je Hrvatska “stvorena” bilo od Tuđmana bilo od branitelja dok u isto vrijeme nastaje dvadesetak država. Je li Alija stvorio Bosnu, Kučan Sloveniju, Gligorov Makedoniju, a Milošević Savzenu Republiku Jugoslaviju? Danas jedan ozbiljan, nepristran istraživač neće romantičarski pristupiti događajima iz 1991.-1995., kao nekoj herojskoj borbi male grupice golorukih branitelja (odakle onda 500 000 branitelja u registru) protiv bradatih srpskih demona. Danas je jasno da je Tuđmanov čovjek od povjerenja Šarinić za vrijeme rata putovao u Beograd češće nego u Zagreb, da su Hrvati bosanskim Srbima prodavali naftu, a da se Karadžić zbog tajnog dogovora sa Tuđmanom nije uključio u Oluju, a o sudbini Posavine, Vukovara, trgovine oružijem i narkoticima već se u medijima naširoko govorilo. Bio je to rat koji je ličio na sve, samo ne na ono što ga je tuđmanovska propaganda prikazivala devedesetih. Ta propaganda i danas živi, sjetimo se samo sudca Turudića koji bi zatvorom kažnjavao svakog tko propituje zločinački karakter onoga što se u Hrvatskoj naziva “domovinski rat” ili kvazi-povijesničar Nazora i ekipe iz raznih “memorijalnih centara” čiji je cilj da klero-fašističko ludilo devedesetih nikada ne prođe.

Kako bilo, da nije Tita bilo, a i svih njegovih odluka od kojih smo u ovom tekstu nabrojali samo neke, Hrvatske ne bi bilo, bar ne u ovim granicama. Bila bi to, bez sumnje, manja Hrvatska i od one Šešeljeve linije Virovitica – Karlovac – Karlobag, jer ova Šešeljeva bar ima Istru. Kreleža je jednom rekao da će kad prođe svo to ludilo Hrvati uvidjeti značaj Tita. Ludilo očito još ne prolazi u ovoj ludnici zvanoj Hrvatska, jer ga podgrijavaju najopskurniji likovi, snimajući filmove pune krivotovorina o tome kako u Jasenovcu nije bilo genocida, a kako je Tito pobio preko 300 000 Hrvata.

Kada ministar Hasanbegović kaže da je domovinski rat jedina hrvatska pobjeda u 20. stoljeću bilo bi dobro razmisliti što je donjela ta pobjeda? Tranzicijsku pljačku, 56 milijardi duga, masovno iseljavanje mladih, prepuštanje tajkunima i strancima imovine, banaka, telekomunikacija koju su generacije stvarale. A što je donio “poraz” iz 1945.? Hrvatsku u avnojskim granicama, obnovljenju zemlju, desetine tisuća izgrađenih škola, bolnica, stanova, firmi, hotela, besplatno školstvo i zdravstvo. Kada se tako sagledaju stavri izgleda da je za Hrvatsku vrijedniji poraz iz 1945. nego pobjeda iz 1995. Ako je netko već stvorio Hrvatsku onda su to bili Tito i partizani, a ne branitelji. Je li trebalo stvoriti Hrvatsku koja je ovakva kakva je, to je već drugo pitanje…

Quo vadis, Croatia? Kuda ides Hrvatska?