Prosvjednici su razbili i drugu ploču u Vukovaru!

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Tridesetak prosvjednika okupljenih u Vukovaru čekićima i rukama razbilo je obje postavljene ploče s dvojezičnim natpisom, ispisanim latiničnim i ćiriličnim pismom. U naguravanju s prosvjednicima nekoliko interventnih policajaca zadobilo je ogrebotine.

Postavljanje dvojezičnih ploča s ispisanim latiničnim i ćiriličnim pismom u Vukovaru počelo je rano jutros. Prve ploče postavljene su oko pola 6 sati ujutro na zgradu policije i zgradu Porezne uprave. Treća ploča trebala je biti postavljena na zgradu Državne uprave gdje je organiziran prosvjed na kojem se okupilo stotinjak građana i predstavnika Stožera za obranu hrvatskog Vukovara, zbog čega je ispred zgrade angažirana i interventna policija. Ceste su blokirane i razvoj situacije je neizvjestan.

Tomislav Josić: Mi ćemo ove ploče sigurno skinuti

“Vukovar će do petka provreti, grad će bit prepun, u Vukovar dolaze ljudi sa svih strana, mi ćemo ove ploče sigurno skinuti”, rekao je Tomislav Josić, predsjednik Stožera za obranu hrvatskog Vukovara. Podsjetio je na obećanje ministra Arsena Bauka koji je rekao da će ploče biti postavljene uz svečanost.

“Ćirilica je u Vukovar uvođena tenkovima, a sada dolazi s transporterima i jakim policijskim snagama, istaknuo je Josić. Goran Bošnjak, predstavnik Ureda državne uprave, novinarima je rekao da sve naputke dobiva iz Ministarstva, kao i da je planirano da budu postavljene sve u isto vrijeme. Kada je došao na posao, zatekao je prosvjed.

Nakon objekata Policijske postaje Vukovar i Porezne uprave, ploče s dvojezičnim natpisom trebale bi se postaviti na objekte Ureda državne uprave Vukovarsko-srijemske županije i na zgrade Državnog odvjetništva i suda, a nakon njih i na druge objekte.

HSP dr. Ante Starčević: “Praznik demokracije” u Vukovaru u režiji Milanovića, Bauka i Sabe

Na postavljanje dvojezičnih ploča priopćenjem su reagirali iz Hrvatske stranke prava dr. Ante Starčevića.

“HSP AS najoštrije osuđuje i prosvjeduje protiv nasilnog postavljanja dvojezičnih ploča na području grada Vukovara. Iste su postavljene pod okriljem mraka na zgrade policije i Porezne uprave u Vukovaru tijekom noći.

Žurno postavljanje navedenih ploča posljedica su najave Stožera za obranu hrvatskog Vukovara koji je najavio kako će uz potporu građana dežurati pred zgradama državnih institucija od danas od 6 h ujutro. Način i vrijeme postavljanja ploča nije primjereno mjestu i političkom trenutku u kojem se nalazimo. Svakako je odraz političke i svake druge nedosljednosti aktualne vladajuće garniture počevši od premijera Zorana Milanovića, ministra uprave Arsena Bauka, pa do njihove marionete gradonačelnika Vukovara Željka Sabe.

Prilikom najave postavljanja navedenih ploča zapitao sam javno pred medijima ispred zgrade Državne uprave u Vukovaru na koji će način te ploče biti postavljene te konstatirao da mogu biti postavljene jedino kriomice pod okriljem mraka. Istog dana moju izjavu je demantirao aktualni ministar uprave Arsen Bauk najavljujući da će postavljanje prve ploče u gradu heroju Vukovaru biti praznik demokracije te da će iste biti postavljene javno i svečano.

Građani neka procjene sami žele li da i u njihovo mjesto stigne „praznik demokracije“ u režiji Milanovića, Bauka i Sabe tijekom kojeg se grubo krše prava hrvatskih branitelja, građana Vukovara i invalida Domovinskog rata na slobodu kretanja po gradu koji su branili”, stoji u priopćenju koje potpisuje glavni tajnik HSP AS-a Pero Ćorić.

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  • kvot

    A šta bi sa onim spomenikom ЋИРИЛИЦИ?
    Kako s ЋИРИЛИЦОМ žive Hrvati u RS-u i federaciji?

    ВУКОВАР!

  • kvot

    A šta bi sa onim spomenikom ЋИРИЛИЦИ?
    Kako s ЋИРИЛИЦОМ žive Hrvati u RS-u i federaciji?

    ВУКОВАР!

  • kvot
    • kvot

      THE JERUSALIM POST

      Nazi memorial in Croatia a disgrace to Europe

      Imagine for a minute that memorial masses were held in two major cities in Germany on the anniversary of the death of Adolf Hitler. Needless to say, such a ceremony would arouse fury, indignation, and widespread protests not only in Germany, but throughout the entire world. Last week, the local equivalent of such an event took place in Croatia, but instead of anger and demonstrations, not a single word of protest was heard from anywhere in the country.

      I am referring to the December 28 memorial masses conducted in Zagreb and Split (and perhaps elsewhere as well) to mark the 51st anniversary of the death of Ante Pavelić, the head of state of the infamous Independent State of Croatia, created by the Nazis and their Italian allies in 1941. Following its establishment, rule was turned over to the local fascist movement, the Ustasha, headed by its Poglavnik (leader) Ante Pavelić.

      During the entire course of its brief existence (1941- 1945), the Ustasha sought to rid the country (which consisted of the area of today’s Croatia plus most of Bosnia-Herzegovina) of all its minorities, as well as their local political opponents. In order to do so, they established a network of concentration camps all over the country, the largest and most notorious of which was Jasenovac, located on the banks of the Sava River, southeast of Zagreb. There, many tens of thousands of innocent civilians were murdered in a variety of brutal ways, which earned the camp the nickname of the “Auschwitz of the Balkans.”

      To this day, there continue to be disputes regarding the total number of civilians murdered by the Ustasha, but the number is certainly no fewer than several hundred thousand, primarily Serbs, along with Jews, Roma and anti-fascist Croats. And while all those who participated in these atrocities bear criminal responsibility, the individual with the greatest culpability was undoubtedly Ante
      Pavelić, who headed the most lethal regime in Axis-dominated Europe.

      THE MEMORIAL masses to honor Pavelić, who died in Spain in 1959 from wounds suffered in an assassination attempt two years earlier, mark a renewal of a tradition which began in the 1990s following the reestablishment of Croatian independence. In the wake of the conviction in Zagreb of Jasenovac commandant Dinko Sakic and in response to protests by the Wiesenthal Center, the mass was stopped and the priest responsible, Vjekoslav Lasic, left Croatia.

      Unfortunately, however, Lasic returned to Zagreb a few years ago and renewed his neo-fascist activity with impunity. At the funeral of Sakic, who insisted on being buried in his Ustasha uniform although in prison for his World War II crimes, it was Lasic who administered final rites. According to the Dominican priest, although Dinko Sakic did not observe all the Ten Commandments (Thou shalt not murder?), he was a model for all Croatians, and every Croat should be proud of his name.

      The question now is, how does such an event to honor the memory of one of the biggest mass murderers of World War II pass with nary a word of protest or condemnation? The obvious address for such indignation would be in Croatia itself, where many people fought with Tito’s partisans against the Ustasha, and a significant sector of the population have a strong anti-fascist tradition. But the same question applies outside the country as well.

      Croatia is well on its way to membership in the European Union (slated for 2013), a membership which is ostensibly contingent on the acceptance of EU values and norms. Is a memorial mass for one of Europe’s worst war criminals compatible with EU membership?

      The sad truth is that in this respect, the European Union has failed miserably in dealing with the resurgence of neo-fascism and the promotion of Holocaust distortion in its post-Communist members. Once admitted to the EU (and NATO), countries like Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Hungary and Romania have begun to take active steps to rewrite their World War II histories, minimizing or attempting to hide the highly-significant role played by their nationals in Holocaust crimes, with barely a word of protest or condemnation from Brussels.

      Instead of actively combating the Prague Declaration of June 3, 2008, which promotes the canard of historical equivalency between Nazi and Communist crimes and undermines the justified status of the Holocaust as a unique case of genocide, the EU has failed to adequately respond to this dangerous challenge to the accepted Western narrative of World War II and its tragic consequences.

      I wish I could conclude with the good news that Israel and the Jewish world have responded appropriately, but unfortunately that is not the case. These developments have been purposely ignored by the Israeli government, which under Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman refuses to respond to the assault on our past in those countries which have evinced no particular interest in championing the Palestinian cause.

      Last week’s masses in honor of Ante Pavelić are a mockery of Christian values and an insult to all the victims of the Ustasha, their relatives, friends, and people of morality and conscience the world over. The time has come for effective protests from within Croatia, as well as from the European Union, the United States and Canada, Israel and the Jewish world. That is the minimum that we owe the victims of that notorious mass murderer.

      • srka

        bjez nesretnice i ne siri kojekakve notorne lazi i propagandu.

        by Srka®

        • kvot

          Nesretna je mati koja tebe okoti.
          Jedino te ona može voljeti
          i to samo zbog komšiluka…..

  • kvot
    • kvot

      THE JERUSALIM POST

      Nazi memorial in Croatia a disgrace to Europe

      Imagine for a minute that memorial masses were held in two major cities in Germany on the anniversary of the death of Adolf Hitler. Needless to say, such a ceremony would arouse fury, indignation, and widespread protests not only in Germany, but throughout the entire world. Last week, the local equivalent of such an event took place in Croatia, but instead of anger and demonstrations, not a single word of protest was heard from anywhere in the country.

      I am referring to the December 28 memorial masses conducted in Zagreb and Split (and perhaps elsewhere as well) to mark the 51st anniversary of the death of Ante Pavelić, the head of state of the infamous Independent State of Croatia, created by the Nazis and their Italian allies in 1941. Following its establishment, rule was turned over to the local fascist movement, the Ustasha, headed by its Poglavnik (leader) Ante Pavelić.

      During the entire course of its brief existence (1941- 1945), the Ustasha sought to rid the country (which consisted of the area of today’s Croatia plus most of Bosnia-Herzegovina) of all its minorities, as well as their local political opponents. In order to do so, they established a network of concentration camps all over the country, the largest and most notorious of which was Jasenovac, located on the banks of the Sava River, southeast of Zagreb. There, many tens of thousands of innocent civilians were murdered in a variety of brutal ways, which earned the camp the nickname of the “Auschwitz of the Balkans.”

      To this day, there continue to be disputes regarding the total number of civilians murdered by the Ustasha, but the number is certainly no fewer than several hundred thousand, primarily Serbs, along with Jews, Roma and anti-fascist Croats. And while all those who participated in these atrocities bear criminal responsibility, the individual with the greatest culpability was undoubtedly Ante
      Pavelić, who headed the most lethal regime in Axis-dominated Europe.

      THE MEMORIAL masses to honor Pavelić, who died in Spain in 1959 from wounds suffered in an assassination attempt two years earlier, mark a renewal of a tradition which began in the 1990s following the reestablishment of Croatian independence. In the wake of the conviction in Zagreb of Jasenovac commandant Dinko Sakic and in response to protests by the Wiesenthal Center, the mass was stopped and the priest responsible, Vjekoslav Lasic, left Croatia.

      Unfortunately, however, Lasic returned to Zagreb a few years ago and renewed his neo-fascist activity with impunity. At the funeral of Sakic, who insisted on being buried in his Ustasha uniform although in prison for his World War II crimes, it was Lasic who administered final rites. According to the Dominican priest, although Dinko Sakic did not observe all the Ten Commandments (Thou shalt not murder?), he was a model for all Croatians, and every Croat should be proud of his name.

      The question now is, how does such an event to honor the memory of one of the biggest mass murderers of World War II pass with nary a word of protest or condemnation? The obvious address for such indignation would be in Croatia itself, where many people fought with Tito’s partisans against the Ustasha, and a significant sector of the population have a strong anti-fascist tradition. But the same question applies outside the country as well.

      Croatia is well on its way to membership in the European Union (slated for 2013), a membership which is ostensibly contingent on the acceptance of EU values and norms. Is a memorial mass for one of Europe’s worst war criminals compatible with EU membership?

      The sad truth is that in this respect, the European Union has failed miserably in dealing with the resurgence of neo-fascism and the promotion of Holocaust distortion in its post-Communist members. Once admitted to the EU (and NATO), countries like Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Hungary and Romania have begun to take active steps to rewrite their World War II histories, minimizing or attempting to hide the highly-significant role played by their nationals in Holocaust crimes, with barely a word of protest or condemnation from Brussels.

      Instead of actively combating the Prague Declaration of June 3, 2008, which promotes the canard of historical equivalency between Nazi and Communist crimes and undermines the justified status of the Holocaust as a unique case of genocide, the EU has failed to adequately respond to this dangerous challenge to the accepted Western narrative of World War II and its tragic consequences.

      I wish I could conclude with the good news that Israel and the Jewish world have responded appropriately, but unfortunately that is not the case. These developments have been purposely ignored by the Israeli government, which under Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman refuses to respond to the assault on our past in those countries which have evinced no particular interest in championing the Palestinian cause.

      Last week’s masses in honor of Ante Pavelić are a mockery of Christian values and an insult to all the victims of the Ustasha, their relatives, friends, and people of morality and conscience the world over. The time has come for effective protests from within Croatia, as well as from the European Union, the United States and Canada, Israel and the Jewish world. That is the minimum that we owe the victims of that notorious mass murderer.

      • srka

        bjez nesretnice i ne siri kojekakve notorne lazi i propagandu.

        by Srka®

        • kvot

          Nesretna je mati koja tebe okoti.
          Jedino te ona može voljeti
          i to samo zbog komšiluka…..

  • srka

    i neka ruse, trebaju se pitati svi gradjani RHrvatske…ocigledno da se velika vecina ne slaze sa dvojezicnim tablama.

    by Srka®

    • kvot

      Šta bi sa tvojom tolerancijom?

      • srka

        Tolerancijom!?!
        Kvote nesretnice…jos jednom…ne traziti “toleranciju” u gradu koji su umno-poremeceni cetnici uz potporu i srbo-JNA sravnili sa zemljom, izmasakrirali na stotine neduznih civila i prouzrocili nevidjene patnje.
        Ne pravi se lud!
        by Srka®

        • kvot

          Ja pitam za TVOJU toleranciju.
          Ti si nadaleko poznati humanista i patkojahač
          Pusti sada lažnu patetiku i suze krokodilske.
          Ti si onaj koji se izdaje za predstavnika civilizacijskog vrhunca i plod svjetske humanosti.
          Ti si “GANDISTA” na portalima.
          Ti s gnušanjem gledaš ubijanje mrava,
          ali uživaš u vlažnoj pačijoj kloaki.

          Patkojahač, jesi li svjestan da ovi vandali uništavaju svoju imovinu!?
          Slični su tvojim talibanima, koji po Avganistanu uništiše svjetski poznate istorijske spomenike.

  • srka

    i neka ruse, trebaju se pitati svi gradjani RHrvatske…ocigledno da se velika vecina ne slaze sa dvojezicnim tablama.

    by Srka®

    • kvot

      Šta bi sa tvojom tolerancijom?

      • srka

        Tolerancijom!?!
        Kvote nesretnice…jos jednom…ne traziti “toleranciju” u gradu koji su umno-poremeceni cetnici uz potporu i srbo-JNA sravnili sa zemljom, izmasakrirali na stotine neduznih civila i prouzrocili nevidjene patnje.
        Ne pravi se lud!
        by Srka®

        • kvot

          Ja pitam za TVOJU toleranciju.
          Ti si nadaleko poznati humanista i patkojahač
          Pusti sada lažnu patetiku i suze krokodilske.
          Ti si onaj koji se izdaje za predstavnika civilizacijskog vrhunca i plod svjetske humanosti.
          Ti si “GANDISTA” na portalima.
          Ti s gnušanjem gledaš ubijanje mrava,
          ali uživaš u vlažnoj pačijoj kloaki.

          Patkojahač, jesi li svjestan da ovi vandali uništavaju svoju imovinu!?
          Slični su tvojim talibanima, koji po Avganistanu uništiše svjetski poznate istorijske spomenike.