24.03.2018 Zagreb, around 70.000 people organized themselves within 3-4 days to protest against the government/the Istanbul Convention which promotes paedophilia, calling the premier Plenkovic a modern pagan and traitor. Even the world scientist, Davor Pavuna says about the Istanbul Convention: pedophilia is hiding in the genetic ideology! This mass demonstration took place in Zagreb, then in Split. Supported by the church, veterans and heroes like general Željko Glasnović.

Find a beautiful collection pictures of Croatia here

From the Catholic Encyclopedia; The name Croatia is derived from that of a people called Croats (Hrvat, Chrobatos) i.e. "the nation ready to defend its home and rights", known as "White Croatia" or "Great Croatia" (Velika Hrvatska). Antemurale Christianitatis ('the bastion of Christianity'), a phrase that dates back to the Mediaeval Crusades at the beginning of the Ottoman invasion. Indicating that they and their ancestors have successfully protected, and still protect, the borders of Europe against intruding forces 'from the East'.

"Croatians, they are the best soldiers in the world. If I had only 100,000 Croatians, I would conquer the entire world." - Napoleon
Napoleon's general, a Croat, click here

Croatia's soil is soaked with blood of CHRISTIAN saints. The biggest persecutions ever in history against Christians took place there. Therefore there always should be zero tolerance against disrespect for the Christian faith on this holy soil ~ seen like nowhere else in the world. Croatia is a christian country, where many warriors and saints have died on this holy soil to defend their homeland.
In 1945 Yugoslav Partizans killed 66 Franciscans for no other reason than to demoralize the nation by killing the lambs of Christ, read more

Did you know that Arabs buy property from Croatian traitors? One recently bought soil to build a mosque. They also visit pages like this a lot, greedy eyes wanting that which is not theirs - once again - and tring to force a demonic cult which has given the world nothing but misery.

Velikaya Horvatiya. Alexander Mayorov (Sankt-Petersburg University 2006), on the ancient Great Croatia, an extensive early state of Iranic Croats between the rivers Tissa and Don in Eastern Europe, dating from 4th to 6th century AD, read more

Did you know that the Balkans are also the location of the first advanced civilizations? ...
Or that Croatian weddings have traditions that stretch back for hundreds of years such as waving the Croatian flag

Did you know that one of the greatest world travelers, Marko Polo, was born in 1254 on the island of Korcula?

That King Arthur, named Lucius Artorius Castus, was Croat and his sarcophagus and the memorial plaque is found nearby Split

~ Beauty inside and out ~ Croatian nuns love to marvel at what God has created

Eduard Slavoljub Penkala invented the ballpoint pen and the first fountain pen
The Croatian Jesuits had a great role in mother Theresa's spiritual development. Indeed, Fr. Franjo Jambrekovic, a Croatian Jesuit and parish priest at Skopje, had a profound influence on Mother Teresa during her childhood. As her spiritual Father, he fostered her vocation. She continued to carry on correspondence with him when she lived in India. She also nurtured a deep friendship with Fr. Ante Gabric in India, and talked to him in Croatian.
That Faust Vrancic invented the parachute
Rudjer Boskovic, (Croatian Jesuit) philosopher and scientist, inventor of the achromatic telescope
Andrija Mohorovicic, seismologist, discovered the 'Moho' discontinuity named after him
Marin Drzic was a comedy writer, one of the main influences on Shakespeare
Juraj Dalmatinac was the inventor of prefabricated buildings with stone slabs
Great Antonio Baričević was the worlds first strongman
After the Germans and the Russians, Croats were the third to have opera in Europe
Meet the Croatian physicist Davor Pavuna, click here

'Croatian Leonidas' Nikola Šubić Zrinski saved Pest with only 400 Croatian soldiers and in 1566 in the Siege of Szigetvár resisting 100,000 Ottoman soldiers
Already a beloved, heroic figure among his people, this lifelong soldier had fought countless battles in his 58 years of life, many of them against overwhelming odds. He drew his sword, held it high, and declared his intention to fight to the last: “Let us go out from this burning place into the open and stand up to our enemies. Who dies, he will be with God. Who dies not, his name will be honored. I will go first, and what I do, you do as well. And God as my witness – I will never leave you, my brothers and knights!”

Once upon a time there was a great Frankish king named Charlemagne, also known as "Pater Europae". This great king met a fair lady named Hildegard also known as "Hildegard of the Vinzgau" They had a son named Louis. Louis commonly known as "Louis the Pious", "Louis the Fair" or "Louis the Debonaire". Louis became friend with Borna, a croat from Dalmatia. Together with forces from Italy, Carinthia & Bavaria they waged a war against Ljudevit, Liudewitus, often also Ljudevit Posavski. They defeated him and made Borna the first Duke of Dalmatia in 819AD and Duke of Dalmatia and Liburnia in 821AD. Borna later became known as "The White Croatian Duke", "Duke of Dalmatian Croats" or "the Dalmatian King. This great tale occurred a hundred years before the events of the great and famous king Tomislav, latin: Tamisclaus.
The earliest mention of the Croatian name as Horovathos can be traced on two stone inscriptions in Greek language and script, dating from around the year 200, found by the Black Sea (more precisely in the seaport Tanais on the Azov sea, Krim). See also celtic burials in Croatia, click here

2018 - Lighting torches and applauding, tens of thousands of people on Tuesday bid an emotional farewell to Oliver Dragojević, the late Croatian singer who was also adored throughout the former Yugoslavia for his songs celebrating love and the Adriatic Sea. (source) Quote of Oliver: there is no money in the world for which I would sing in the country (Serbia) that has done so much evil in my Croatia.


Antemurale Christianitatis

The people that inspired Cassiodorus, Napoleon, Dante, George Bernard Shaw, the birthplace of Marko Polo and St. Jerome, a nation derived from that of a people called Croats (Hrvat, Chrobatos) i.e. "the nation ready to defend its home and rights"(ZA DOM SPREMNI!> a salute 447 years old!) and given the honorary title Antemurale Christianitatis in 1519. Heroes, inventors, saints, artists, teachers and the only people who preserved their roots 6500 years. (click here)
Aloysius Stepinac "Love for one's own nation must not turn a man into a wild animal, which destroys everything and calls for reprisal, but it must enrich him, so that his own nation respects and loves other nations."

The Croatian language is one of the oldest languages in the world, click here

Croatians have been exceptional soldiers from the very beginning of their history when Emperor Heraclius invited them as foederati to defeat the Avars in what is present day Croatia. Turkish archives write about the Croatians giving the fiercest resistance. (Croats arrived at the beginning of the 7th century in present day Croatia)

The Croatians endured the greatest burden of all the nations.
Justice for Croatia, see overview of madness, of the blood spilt by the communist regime and cetnik pigs, click here

Muslim pigs killing Croatian children (as usual always targetting the small) 1993-1994, click here
Find information on demons operating in Croatia here

Did you know that St. Paul was shipwrecked on the shore of Mljet (Island)? St. Paul the Apostole is the heavenly protector of Mljet Island and celebrated on the day of Municipality of Mljet.

The Southern Central European nation of Croatia is NOT not Eastern (and not Balkan)! It is Southern EU. The term Balkan is bound for Ottoman Empire. Croatia was not under the Ottoman Empire. East Europe is Turkey, Greece.. not Croatia. Neither geo or historically is Croatia Balkan. Croatia is not Balkan (and never been), the Serbian geographer (in 19th century) popularized that term. Croatia is at the crossroads of Central Europe, Southeast Europe, and the Mediterranean.

Hvala Vam svečeniće,vi ste naš glas istine.> Fra Luka Prcela
1478 do 1715, bitka za Sinj, Sisak, Knin itd: pravi Hrvat je uvik bio i uvik ce ostat kršćanin. 1945 Bleiburg, Mostar (ubojstva 66 hercegovačkih franjevaca!)
1991 Škabrnja, Vukovar, Ovčara, Voćin, Tovarnik: Za Dom i Krista protiv komunista!

Nikola Šubić Zrinski uzvikivao je "Za Dom sad u boj",
a ban Jelačić "Za dom", dok bi mu vojska odgovarala sa "Spremni umrijeti".
Uvijek za dom spremni!
Pozdrav za dom spremni star 447 godina
Najstariji Hrvatski pozdrav> HVALJEN ISUS!

Louis Cukela (Vjekoslav Lujo Čukela), was awarded both the Navy and Army Medals of Honor for extraordinary heroism in France 1918 during World War I. He was the only living man to hold two such decorations for extreme bravery in a single war.
Two Croatian names appear on the map of the Moon: the name of Rudjer Boskovic was given to a mountain on the visible side, and the name of A. Mohorovicic to a mountain on the dark side of the Moon

Did you know that the Balkans are also the location of the first advanced civilizations? ...
Or that Croatian weddings have traditions that stretch back for hundreds of years such as waving the Croatian flag
Did you know that one of the greatest world travelers, Marko Polo, was born in 1254 on the island of Korcula?
That King Arthur, named Lucius Artorius Castus, was Croat and his sarcophagus and the memorial plaque is found nearby Split
Croatia invented the tie. The word "croata" can be found in many languages as the root of words meaning "tie" or "cravat". Cravats were developed from Croatian mercenaries honored by Louis XIV in France during the 17th century. It was not until early 19th century that the cravat achieved the height of fashion in France and England. The French called it ‘cravate’, French for Croat or Croatian. The word “cravat,” lost its French final “e” when it crossed to England.

Sinjska alka/ Alka Tournament - celebrating the Turkish defeat ~ every year, on the first Sunday in August, a tilting competition takes place in Sinj, a brilliantly costumed knights (alkari) competing according to tourney rules preserved over the centuries. click here for an awesome video!

The Moreska dance is one of the oldest traditional European dances portraying a Christian and National victory over the Moors

The honorary title Antemurale Christianitatis was given to Croatia by Pope Leon X in 1519.
Read about the EU referendum swindle in Croatia, click here
Yugoslav comunists killing priests and nuns (it's always pagan scum kiilling them) click here

Defending the soil with a rosary around the soldiers neck; the Homeland war, click here



When you remove God from your land you remove His protection & favor as well: the Croats never went into war to steal land or goods (robbed or plundered), they only defended theirs like David vs Goliath. And they keep his commandments till this very day!

Bog - obitelj - domovina (used slogan: God - Family - Homeland)
“Za Dom Spremni” (For Home – Ready) has been known throughout the whole of the Croatian history, from the times of Nikola Subic Zrinski (1556 – 1566)



















Croatian legionnaires: http://foreignlegion.info/2013/12/19/major-roso-left-the-foreign-legion (Ivan Roso, now that's a man with balls!)
When you look at the amount of foreign volunteers (former legionnaires) in the Croatian War of Independence for example, the legionnaire does not seem to stop fighting just because his paycheck stops. A lot of them have deep thoughts about the world and a great sense of responsibility.

General Željko Glasnović is a Member of Croatian Parliament representing the Croatian diaspora. General Glasnovic was born in Croatia and had spent much of his life living and working in Canada. He returned to Croatia at the outbreak of Croatia’s Homeland War in 1991, joining the Croatian National Guard. He served in the Canadian Army, the French Foreign Legion, the Croatian Army (HV) and the Croatian Defence Council (HVO) and fought in a number wars: The Gulf War, the Croatian Homeland War and the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He was elected Member of Parliament in November 2015 and again in new elections held September 2016. 


Mirko "Cro Cop" Filipović, One of the greatest heavyweights in mixed martial arts history.
Cro Cop, short for "Croatian Cop", comes from his membership in Croatia's elite Police Special Forces tactical unit.

100% Croat - artist Mario Sokolić - click here for website


One of the most endangered animal species in Croatia is the Eurasian lynx (Lynx Lynx) whose extremely small population is on the edge of extinction in our and neighbouring countries. info: Plitvice Lakes National Park




".... There are values that we live for. There were people that we will never forget. And there are dreams that we will never give up. Because this country was made, our Croatia, on the blood and suffering of this generation, victorious generation!" - Marko Perković Thompson
VUKOVAR NIKADA NEĆE BITI BYKOBAP!

The Homeland War is the war fought by the Croatian people in defence of the Croatian state against the aggression brought in 1990 by the joint Greater Serbian forces: Serbian extremists in Croatia, the Yugoslav National Army (JNA) (which was gradually transformed into the Serbian army), and Serbia and Montenegro.
After the Homeland war in the 90s Serbs immediately came back and try to destroy Croatia from within again. Voting for perversion, destruction of Croat culture and even trying to get their own elected as mayor in Vukovar! Serbia's Seselj could not wait after release to burn Croatia's flag.


(The Black Legion (Ustaša/Crna Legija)) The Serbian king Karadjordjevic when he took over Croatia and the capital Zagreb, without the declaration of Croatians, created the Kingdom of Serbs and Croats in 1939> and made an agreement with Italy to sell Croatia namely Dalmacija to the Italians, which in due course came into effective when Italy laid claim to Dalmacija in 1943. At that stage Pavelic was leader of NDH, he had NO OPTION but to honour the agreement.. when Italy capitulated a couple of months later Pavelic made the agreement null and void.. hence bringing back Dalmacija under Croatian rule

pic taken by Duško Sisarić

IX. Bojna HOS-a "Rafael Vitez Boban" (monument in Split)

R.I.P. Mile Krajina (c. 1923 - 15 October 2014) was a noted gusle player from Croatia, who sang traditional folk songs. He was known for referring to current topics in his songs and for his performances within the scope of political rallies or commemorations, such as those for the Bleiburg tragedy.


Around 1680 - a Croatian virgin did not want to marry an Ottoman, next day he returned with 20 soldiers and killed her with a knife. Because that's what perverted demon worshippers do

The world’s fastest electric car is made in Croatia. Croatian carmaker Rimac Automobili apparently couldn't contain itself; it just pulled the digital veil off a car that the company claims is the fastest production electric vehicle in the world. Not only is that fast by, say, Tesla standards, that's fast by any standard. source

"Sve titule prvaka i pobjede bi zamijenio za jedan spašeni život!" Stipe Miočić
(I would trade all victores for a saved life, says Stipe Miocic the fire fighter)

A tradition in Croatia dating back to the Renaissance... lace-making, click here

Amazing boat wreck in Croatia discovered dates to 3,200 years, click here

WK 2018 Zlatko Dalić is a retired Croatian footballer and football coach who is currently manages the Croatia national team. He has a strong faith, always keeps the rosary with him and thanks God for all his accomplishments.
This is a wonderful man, coach of a wonderful team, click here to see the Croatian champs singing
Zlatko Dalić; "We did not play for ourselves. We played for your family, for You, for Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in diaspora, and especially for the Homeland defenders, because if it had not been for them, we would not have had the checkerboard on our jerseys" (aka there would not have been a Croatia!)
These people have solid gold hearts!! God bless them all!

Luka Modric has won the 2018 World Cup Golden Ball award and been declared the best player of the entire tournament, he was named Best Fifa Footballer of the Year

Street art - Croatia murals - honoring heroes

2018, March, Bad Blue Boys and Torcida honoring Milka Zadro, mother and grandmother of the legendary Vukovar defenders Blago and Robert Zadro, who died at the age 98.
These supporters of the two Croatian football clubs always do things like this. They are there, when they are needed. They are too, responsible for the murals so that heroes are not forgotten.

Najljepša ljubavna fotografija iz Domovinskog rata/ loveliest picture from the Homeland War, Valentinovo u Osijeku, Povratak "Gromova" iz operacije "Oluja" i susret Marijana i Ire Horvat.

2015 - Split is celebrating its day - Saint Domnius Day!

The Day of Saint Domnius, Split's protector, takes place on the 7th May bringing together around 10 thousand pilgrims, believers and other friends of Split. The main celebration includes a procession that starts from St. Domnius cathedral, passing through Riva and finishing on Doctor Franjo Tuđman square, where a Mass is then held. Sudamja, a popular festival in honour of Saint Domnius, begins early in the morning and includes many events: from brass band concerts, klapas, the selling of traditional souvenirs, wooden butterflies and similar toys for children to wooden utensils for older people, a rowing contest in front of the waterfront and the well-known Tombula game. source: Central Dalmatia facebook

Kalvarija - Gora blagoslova i utjehe - Foto: Branko Bošnjak i Robert Matijanić



Did you know that Saint Jerome was born in Štrigova in northern Croatia?
That Nikola Tesla was a Croatian-Serb? Tesla was born in Croatia, raised in Croatia and graduated in Rakovac, Croatia. Tesla was proud of his Croatian motherland and Serbian descent. When his mother died in 1892, he paid a visit to Croatian capital Zagreb, and gave a lecture about alternating current. On that occasion Tesla said: "As a son of my homeland, I feel it is my duty to help the city of Zagreb in every respect with my advice and work"
HOWEVER... why does Serbia hide Tesla's diary. The chances are that Tesla is Croat, not Croat-Serb origin. It does not help here that Serbs lie. They lie about pretty much everything, you can read about this statement from their own mouth here; click! I am basing his origin on his quote only, therefore say Croat-Serb. Read more, click here
The Croatian six framed by the udba; read here

"On the last day of the Creation God desired to crown his work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, stars and breath". - Irish Nobel Prize of Literature winner George Bernard Shaw
Dante Alighieri was in Croatia and his guide was Bishop Augustin Kazotic. He placed Croatians in a special place, read more by clicking here



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