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Quote:Američki mediji žestoko napali Josipovića: Njegov glavni cilj je spasiti svog oca Antu od zatvora



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AMERIČKI dnevnik The Daily Caller iz Washingtona, koji su osnovali nezavisni konzervativac Tucker Carlson i Neil Patel, savjetnik bivšeg američkog potpredsjednika Dicka Cheneya, žestoko je napao hrvatskog predsjednika Ivu Josipovića i aktualnu hrvatsku vlast.


Josipovića optužuju da mu je glavna briga spasiti svog oca Antu od zatvora zbog brojnih ubojstava hrvatskih emigranata koje je naredila Ideološka komisija u vrijeme komunizma, a koju je vodio Josipovićev otac Ante. The Daily Caller piše da je srpske vlasti u Beogradu posjeduju dokumentaciju iz vremena komunizma kojom ucjenjuju Josipovića i druge članove hrvatske vlasti. Navode je od 21 člana Vlade RH 10 Srba, koji više zastupaju regionalne (jugoslavenske)  nego interese Hrvatske.
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Novinar američkog dnevnika Dan Rados, u tekstu pod naslovom “Is Serbia Controlling Croatia By Blackmailing Its President?” (Nadzire li Srbija Hrvatsku ucjenom njenog predsjednika?), piše:
“Ante Josipović, otac sadašnjeg predsjednika RH Ive Josipovića, bio je vrlo utjecajan član Komunističke vlasti za vrijeme Titove Jugoslavije. Postoje dokazi da je počinio neke vrlo ozbiljne zločine. Ti zločini posljedica su njegovog predsjedanja Ideološkom komisijom Komunističke partije Jugoslavije. Ta Komisija je odgovorna za ubojstvo više od 100 hrvatskih disidenata i novinara izvan bivše Jugoslavije. Najviše u Njemačkoj. Ti zločini će starijeg Josipovića gotovo sigurno dovesti do zatvor u neke od zemalja članica EU.
Netko je u Srbiji ima pristupom starim jugoslavenskim arhivima,  dokaze protiv Ante Josipovića koristi za ucjenu predsjednika Josipovića, ali i drugih hrvatskih dužnosnika. To za posljedicu ima veliki utjecaj Srbije na aktualnu vlast u Republici Hrvatskoj.

Zašto je to važno?

Ruski predsjednik Putin u politici prema Ukrajini mnogo je naučio iz srpskog vojnog debakla protiv Hrvatske. Shvatio je da će ekspanzionističku politiku prema Balkanu mnogo lakše ostvariti ako ima predsjednika kojim se lako manipulira. Predsjednik neke zemlje koji se može ucjenjivati i njime manipulirati dokazan je prečac za postizanje svojih ciljeva.

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Prvi krug predsjedničkih izbora u Hrvatskoj održan je 28. prosinca 2014. Izborna kampanja otvorila je pitanja koja se odnose na katastrofalno stanje u hrvatskom gospodarstvu, korupciju sudbene vlasti i nedostatak slobode medija. Sve ove teme vladajuća elita kontrolom medija nastoji skloniti u stranu, a glavni cilj predsjednika Josipovića je spasiti svog oca od zatvora.

Hrvatska paradoks

Iako je Republika Hrvatska članica EU i NATO-a utjecaj Srbiji na hrvatske institucije nikada nije bio veći. Josipović/Milanovićeva Vlada u RH ima 10 ministara srpskog podrijetla (od ukupno 21 člana Vlade). Oni ne zastupaju hrvatske interese. Protežiraju interese koji su se nekad zvali  jugoslavenski, sada ga nazivaju regionalni.
Hrvatska je skupo platila svoju neovisnost od Jugoslavije u  kojoj su dominirali Srbi. Desetine tisuća mladih izgubilo je život  1990-ih godina. Predsjednik Hrvatske danas javno promovira komunističku crvenu zvijezdu kao simbol ponosa, iako je taj isti znak na uniformama nosila vojska koja je prije 20 godina, tijekom Domovinskog rata,  uništavala hrvatske gradove poput Dubrovnika i Vukovara.
Štoviše, savjetnik za nacionalnu sigurnost predsjednika RH je sin bivšeg šefa jugoslavenske tajne policije, kojemu se trenutno sudi za ubojstvo nekoliko hrvatskih iseljenika u Münchenu, u Njemačkoj.
Radivoj Cvetićanin, bivši srpski veleposlanik u Hrvatsko, opisujući sastanak s predsjednikom Ivom Josipovićem u nedavno objavljenim memoarima, navodi kako je od Ive Josipovića, prije no što je postao predsjednik Hrvatske, dobio  tajne sudske dokumente o kaznenom postupku za ratne zločine. Gospodin Josipović je potvrdio da se stajao sa srpskom veleposlanika, ali je rekao da je dao samo knjige.

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Sve ove činjenice upućuju na paradoks:  Neokumunističko vodstvo Hrvatske – najmlađe članice Europske unije, koja je neovisnost izborila u krvavom ratu, aktivno radi na uključivanju Hrvatske u Savez balkanskih zemalja s rusko-srpskom dominacijom.

Hrvati nikada nisu srušili svoj Berlinski zid, oni samo ga obojili
Kad se Hrvatska odcijepila od Jugoslavije 1991. godine sve je pod kontrolom jugoslavenske tajne policije. Od vodećih političara do posljednjeg radnika u tvornici. Deseci tisuća ljudi su plaćeni da prate susjede i  prijave svaku “sumnjivu aktivnost”. Prema potrebi svatko je mogao biti proglašen krivim za “aktivnosti protiv naroda”, a potom osuđen na dugu zatvorsku kaznu ili čak pogubljen.
U 1990. Hrvatska se, zajedno sa Slovenijom, okrenula prema zapadu i prekinula veze sa SFRJ u kojoj su dominirali Srbi. Srpska manjina u Hrvatskoj, uz pomoć Jugoslavenske armije, pokušala je zaustaviti odcjepljenje Hrvatske od Jugoslavije. Nakon nekoliko godina krvave oružane borbe Hrvati su uspjeli vojno poraziti JNA i srpske pobunjeničke snage.
Nova hrvatska država je nastala tijekom Domovinskog rata, ali bivša jugoslavenska komunistička tajna policija nije raspuštena. Vjerojatno zbog toga jer novo hrvatsko vodstvo nije moglo riskirati “unutarnji rat” s ostacima totalitarnog režima. Nakon ostvarenja stoljetnog sna o vlastitoj državi, na vlast u Hrvatskoj 2000. godine došli su “reformirani” komunisti. Bivši Komunistička partija mijenja ime u “Socijaldemokratska partija”, no sve drugo ostalo je isto. Stari komunistički kadrovi zadržali su položaje, njeguju bliske odnose sa srpskom manjinom u Hrvatskoj i Srbima u bivšoj Jugoslaviji.
Zanimljivo je da danas nitko u Hrvatskoj pruža odgovore na jednostavna pitanja kao što su: Tko su ti tajni agenti, komunistički tužitelji, suci i novinari koji su doveli do toga da mediji služe kao suci i porotnici, čak i prije nego su slučajevi stignu sudove? Titova diktatura imala je krvnike, proizvođače mržnje koji su odgovorni za stotine tisuća žrtava. Njima se nikada nije sudilo?Gdje su oni danas?

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Ekonomski raspad slijedili politički

Zvuči nevjerojatno, ali Hrvatska se protiv ekonomske krize bori drastičnim povećanjem poreza, koji je uništio već oslabljeno gospodarstvo. Hrvatska primjenjuje stare ekonomske modele, već zaboravljene u drugim bivšim komunističkim zemljama. Umjesto reformi gospodarstva i rezanje javne potrošnje, Hrvatska se i dalje zadužuje prodajom nacionalnog blaga i povećanjem poreza.
Hrvatska je članica EU s najvećim PDV-om od 25 posto, s najvećom stopom nezaposlenosti, osobito među mladim obrazovanim ljudima koji traže budućnost negdje drugdje. Državu koja ima 4,5 milijuna stanovnika 2013. i 2014. napustilo je 2300 liječnika. Otišli su u potrazi za poslom u druge zemlje EU, SAD i Kanadu.
Povećani porezi, nedostatak investicija, slab poticaj za privatne investicijske projekte, blokiranje sredstva EU namijenjenih Hrvatskoj  – karakteristike su Josipovića ‘režima’.

Rimljani su vladali preko kruha i igara; Hrvatski vladari daju samo igre

Hrvatskim medijima dominiraju istih ljudi koji su slavili bivšeg diktatora Tita. Trenutni šef nacionalne televizije je Goran Radman, posljednji predsjednik Titove komunističke omladine.

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Mediji u Hrvatskoj koji su u privatnom vlasništvu usko su povezani sa strukturama prethodnog jugoslavenskog komunističkog režima. Čak i novinarsko društvo, iako formalno strukovna organizacije, politički je vrlo aktivno u podupiranju neokomunizma, a u njihovim prostorijama sjedište je izbornoga stožera aktualnog predsjednika.
Prema posljednjim anketama 76 posto Hrvata smatra da zemlja ide u pogrešnom smjeru. Unatoč tome sadašnji predsjednik za kampanju je izabrao sloganm: “Ovo je pravi put.” On je vješt populist, inače profesor prava s počasnim doktorat Sveučilišta Kalingrad u Rusiji, a njegova doktorska disertacija nosi naslov “Uhićenja i utamničenja.”
Josipović  ima veliki broj sljedbenike u Srbiji kojima je teško pao raspad Jugoslavije.
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Quote:Is Serbia Controlling Croatia By Blackmailing Its President?

12:05 PM 01/02/2015 | Opinion
Dan Rados | Dan Rados was born in Sarajevo in 1943, and emigrated from Yugoslavia in 1957 by intervention of International Red Cross. He immigrated to Argentina and was active in Buenos Aires in the Croatian Argentine community. He immigrated to USA in 1965 as a foreign student, and graduated from USF. He was manager-partner in a large international corporation for 25 years, and was co-founder and secretary of LA based CIS, Croatian Information Service, for 12 years. Rados has been interviewded on American television in Spanish and English languages on topics of communist Yugoslavia, and has contributed to papers in Croatia, and co-edited a monthly CIS publication, American Croatian, in the English language.



Background
The father of Croatia’s current president Ivo Josipovic, Mr. Ante Josipovic, was a very influential member of the communist inner circle during Tito’s Yugoslavia. There is evidence that he has committed some very serious crimes. These crimes resulted from his leadership in the “Ideological Commission” of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia. His office was responsible for the execution of over 100 Croatian dissidents and journalists outside of the former Yugoslavia, mainly in Germany. These crimes would almost certainly result in jail time in several EU countries, for the elder Josipovic. Someone in Serbia with access to old Yugoslav archives has the evidence about elder Josipovic and is using it to blackmail not only President Josipovic, but other implicated Croatian officials as well. The end result is that today, there is increased influence of Serbia in the government of Croatia.

Why does this matter?

Russian President Putin and his team are drawing parallels with Serbian expansionistic tendencies in Balkans, and adjusting their plans in Ukraine. Having learned from the Serbian military debacle with Croatia, they know that having a president who is easily manipulated, or even blackmailed by them in the other country, is a proven shortcut to achieving their goals.
The presidential elections in Croatia were held on December 28th 2014. The election campaign has brought up various issues concerning the disastrous state of the Croatian economy, corruption in the judicial branch of the government and lack of freedom of the press and media. All of these issues are being directly controlled and overshadowed by the personal interests of the Croatian ruling elite, with President Josipovic’s main interest being to keep his father out of jail.

Croatia’s paradox

The Republic of Croatia is a member of the EU and NATO; however Serbia’s influence in Croatian institutions has never been greater. The Josipovic/Milanovic government of Croatia has 10 ministers of Serb origin (out of 21 government members), who are pursuing an old Serb dominated-Yugoslav (now they call it regional) agenda rather than Croatian interests.
Croatians paid dearly for their independence from the Serb-dominated Yugoslavia by tens of thousands of young lives in 1990s. The president of Croatia publicly promotes The communist red star as a symbol of pride, although that was the same symbol worn on the uniforms of the army that 20 years ago was destroying Croatian cities like Dubrovnik and Vukovar during the Homeland War.
Moreover, the National Security Adviser to the President of Croatia is also the son of the former chief of the Yugoslav Secret Police, who is presently standing trial for the assassination of several Croatian immigrants in Munich, Germany, during the Yugoslav epoch.
Describing his meeting with President Ivo Josipovic in his recently published memoirs, the former Serbian Ambassador to Croatia Mr. Radivoj Cveticanin cites how Ivo Josipovic provided him with secret court records on criminal proceedings for the war crimes, even before he had become president of Croatia. Mr. Josipovic confirmed he had meetings with the Serbian ambassador, but said he was only giving him books.
All these facts point to the paradox: Croatia – the youngest EU member, that achieved its independence in a bloody war, is being led by the neo-communists who are actively working to drown Croatia in yet another Serbo-Russian-dominated alliance with the Balkan countries.
The people of Croatia who fought so hard for their independence are watching in disbelief all of their accomplishments and dreams being taken away, by media manipulation and by prosecution of victims rather than aggressors.

Croatians never tore down their Berlin Wall, they just repainted it

When Croatia seceded from Yugoslavia in 1991, everything was controlled by the Yugoslav Secret Police (KOS, UDBA), from every top politician to the last worker at the factory. Tens of thousands of people were paid to spy on their co-workers and neighbors, keep track of their habits and whereabouts, and report any “suspicious activity. As required, anyone could have been pronounced guilty for “activities against the people,” and then convicted to serve a long jail term, or get a life sentence, or even get executed.
In the 1990s Croatians, along with Slovenians, turned towards West and severed their ties with Yugoslavia, which was dominated by the Serbs. The Serbian minority in Croatia tried, with the help of the Yugoslav Army, to stop Croatia’s secession from Yugoslavia. After several years of bloody armed struggle, Croatians managed to militarily defeat the Yugoslav Army and the Serbian rebel forces. As the new Croatian state was formed during the Homeland War, the former Yugoslav communist Secret Police was not dissolved, allegedly because the new Croatian leadership could not risk an “internal war” with the remains of the totalitarian regime. Following the achievement of their centuries-old dream to finally have their own country, Croatia’s original surge in nationalism began to deflate, and by the year 2000 “reformed“ communists came back to power in Croatia. The former Communist Party changed its name to “Social Democratic Party,” yet everything else remained the same. They kept their close relationships with the Serbian minority in Croatia and the Serbs in former Yugoslavia – with the same old communists in their respective positions of leadership.
It is interesting that today no one in Croatia is providing answers to simple questions like:
Who were those snitches (secret agents), communist prosecutors, judges and reporters who made the media serve as judge and jury, even before the cases had reached the courts? Where are they now? Tito’s dictatorship had fearmongering executioners, responsible for hundreds of thousands deaths. Where are they now?

Economic meltdown followed a political one


It sounds incredible, but Croatia fought the economic crisis by drastically raising taxes, which ruined the already weakened economy. Croatia is applying old economic models, already forgotten by other former communist countries. Instead of reforming the economy and cutting the government costs, Croatia continues to borrow and sell off national treasures, while increasing taxes. As of today Croatia is the EU member with the highest VAT (value added tax) at 25 percent, and with the highest unemployment rate, especially among young professionals who seek their future elsewhere. For a country of 4.5 million people, the departure of 2,300 medical personnel in the years 2013 and 2014 amounts to an exodus. They left to look for work in other EU countries, the U.S. and Canada.
On the other hand, no one in the government  wants to provide the reasons why there were no EU funds claimed by any Croatian agency or any government body in 2014, despite over 1.5 billion euro budgeted by the EU for Croatia!?

Romans ruled by providing bread and games; Croatian rulers provide only games

Populism is the key lever in neo-communist actions everywhere. One can see the examples in Eastern Europe and in the countries of Central and South America. In Croatia the executive branch of the government has control over the judicial branch (particularly the prosecution) and direct control of the media.
Many state prosecutors are former Yugoslav communist secret police officials or their close relatives, and many present judges are the same ones that used to preside over the communist trials. The Croatian media scene is dominated by the same people who used to glorify former dictator Tito. The current head of the national television, the “HRT,” is Goran Radman, himself the last president of Tito’s communist youth organization. This well-rehearsed team sends to jail or fires someone every week because of “corruption,” in order to distract people’s attention from the real problems. The vast majority of cases involve political opposition leaders.
The media is served a steady stream of “secret” witness depositions, demonstrating how the country is being robbed. At the same time the attention is drawn away from the real problems, concealing the fact that the fleecing of the country is carried out by the government itself.
Increased taxes, no investments, no encouragement for private investment projects, halting the funds earmarked by the EU – all this seems to be the hallmark of the Josipovic’ regime.
Intense pressure is being exerted by the media and the government against the few remaining courts and judges who do not side with the government’s neo-communist politicians. Some Croatian judges admit: “It is better for the ones I convict to end up in the media, than for me not convicting them.”
Everyone in Croatia is scared of the media. They are privately owned, and tightly connected with the structures of the previous Yugoslav communist regime. Even the Journalists Association, although formally a trade organization, is politically active and skewed to neo-communist side. It seems as if their headquarters is serving as the campaign headquarters for the current president.
According to the latest polls 76 percent of Croatians think that the country is headed in a wrong direction. Nevertheless the incumbent president chose the campaign message of, “this is the right way.” He is a master of populism, who is otherwise a professor of law with an honorary doctorate from the University in Kalingrad, Russia, and a PhD thesis with the title “Arrests and Incarceration.” He has followers in Serbia and others who have a hard time adjusting to the disintegration of Yugoslavia.

President’s reelection apparatus 


Presently, Croatia is in the process of electing the President. Milan Bandic the mayor of Zagreb (capital of Croatia) was Josipovic’s main opponent to the president in the last election. He was arrested for “corruption” just before the beginning of the new election campaign. Close to 75 percent of Croatian citizens consider Mr.Bandic’s arrest politically motivated.
Croatia has an electoral commission that rules on the eligibility of candidates and the legality of their funding and campaign contributions. The rules apply to everyone except to the President Josipovic, who uses his office, staff and budget to fund his re-election campaign.
Croatian Radio and Television are the largest state-owned media organizations in Croatia, and they are preparing a grand debate of the presidential candidates. The moderator will be a less significant TV game show host, who happens to be a personal friend of the president. There will be four “independently selected” journalists asking questions. It is hard to believe but all five of these “Independent Journalists” are [url=https://dailycaller.com/2015/01/02/is-serbia-controlling-croatia-by-blackmailing-its-president/(http://www.dnevno.hr/vijesti/hrvatska/14...ml]Serbian[/url] and therefore somewhat sympathetic to President Josipovic’s cause.

Why do Serbs in Croatia today have more influence than ever before?

The question “Why do Serbs in Croatia today have more influence than ever” is best answered by observing the connection of President Ivo Josipovic to the Yugoslav Secret Police. The president’s father Ante Josipovic was in the top leadership of the Yugoslav Communist Party. The party was giving formal consent to executions of the dissidents and the removal of any political opposition to the Tito’s dictatorship, not only within Yugoslavia but all around the world! As a result of more than 30 executions perpetrated by the agents of Tito’s regime in Germany, the German government has recently ordered two former chiefs of the Yugoslav Secret Police to stand trial for the assassination of Croatian dissidents in Germany.
During the accession process to the EU membership, Croatia was obligated to extradite citizens who perpetrated crimes on the territory of any EU country. When Germany requested the extradition of Croatian citizens who had organized the executions of Croatian dissidents in Germany during the Yugoslav period, the present Croatian government under President Josipovic, was looking for any possible way to obstruct the process. This should not come as a surprise considering that the National Security Adviser to the President of Croatia, is Mr. Aleksandar (Sasa) Perkovic — the son of the former chief of the Yugoslav secret police Josip Perkovic, presently standing trial in Munich.
The documents that would prove Ante Josipovic’s complicity in those murders are missing from the government archives in Croatia (probably destroyed). However, the same archives were kept in Belgrade, the capital of the former Yugoslavia and could provide all the details about the President Josipovic’s father. Individuals having access to Belgrade archives hold power over the Croatian president and the ruling elite in Croatia, thus presenting a very serious national security problem.
Many Croat citizens expect that a lot will be resolved at the ongoing trial in Germany against the two former Yugoslav communist secret police chiefs, which could unwind some new legal cases in Croatia. Yet the prosecution of those Yugoslav criminals cannot have lasting results as long the affiliate present ruling class is in power in Croatia.

In conclusion

After the fall of Berlin Wall, Western democracy expanded to the Eastern Europe, but no one expected that the former communist structures would “hijack the democracy“and  become a new threat to stability. With crafty media manipulations and skewed judicial branches of the government, former communists in Croatia and their children have today greater influence than ever before, because they managed to amass great wealth.Their return to power was quiet and often imperceptible.
Croatian examples demonstrate, that the EU expansions to the former communist countries were built on false assumptions. Croatia needs a radical change. The members of former Secret Police and other such structures need to be identified by the process called lustration, and removed from the ruling structures in Croatia. Their networks need to be dismantled and the new unencumbered leadership should take over, to build a new future for Croatia, with the interests of Croatians at heart.
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Quote:NIJEMCI SLUŽBENO: Hrvatsku uništavaju komunisti od osnutka zemlje do danas!


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“I dok se u baltičkim državama, Poljskoj, Češkoj, Slovačkoj i Mađarskoj još donekle uspjelo zamijeniti stare elite, u Rumunjskoj, Bugarskoj, Sloveniji i Hrvatskoj su one skoro nedodirljive – u politici, gospodarstvu i pravosuđu, isto kao i u visokom školstvu i medijima.”, piše Karl-Peter Schwarz u svom članku “Organizirano okretanje glave” objavljenom njemačkom dnevnom listu Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ).
NAROD SE SVAĐA OKO DOMOLJUBLJA, A UDBA IH KRADE. PRAVOSUĐE JE KATASTROFA I PROGONE SE POLITIČKI NEISTOMIŠLJENICI. MEDIJE POSJEDUJE UDBA. SVE ĆE BITI MRAK DOK SE NE RASVJETLI PROŠLOST, A PROŠLOST NE MOGU RASVJETLITI LJUDI IZ PROŠLOSTI. 
Karl-Peter Schwarz je ekspert za komunizam i u Njemačkoj smatraju da posjeduje dokaze i fotografije kojima mogu po-zavidjeti sve sve medijske kuće i obavještajne službe. Nema tajni kojih nema, tako tvrdi u više svojih istupa da je Hrvatska i Slovenija okovana željeznom zavjesom komunista koji se nazivaju kršćani i partizani, a zapravo su interesne skupine koje nema tko razbiti jer imaju sustav manipulacije od politike do medija. Za lustraciju navodi nekoliko primjera, između ostalih i slučaj rumunjske novinarke Ondine Ghergut, koju je nedavno američka ambasada u Bukureštu odlikovala za njezina istraživanja o političkoj korupciji i vezama komunističke tajne službe Securitate. No ta ista novinarka sada je u svojoj domovini osuđena na novčanu kaznu od 300.000 eura zato što je svojim pisanjem “narušila ugled” jednog od bivših državnih odvjetnika, protiv kojeg se već vodi postupak zbog korupcije. “Kod prosječne mjesečne plaće od oko 400 eura takva je presuda isto što i doživotni prisilni rad.”, zaključuje novinar.
U članku se navode i porazni rezultati istraživanja “Platforme europskog sjećanja i savjesti” koja koordinira djelovanje instituta i organizacija koji obrađuju povijest totalitarnih režima.
“25 godina nakon godine promjena 1989. predočila je (ta platforma, o.a.) otrežnjujuću bilancu: istočnoj i jugoistočnoj Europi nije uspjelo uspješno prebroditi naslijeđe komunizma; njegovi zločini gotovo da i nisu gonjeni, a ni u jednoj postkomunističkoj zemlji ne vladaju solidni državnopravni odnosi. Komunizam je, doduše, ideološki odstupio, ali “nova klasa” je zadržala svoju vlast.” prenosi Schwarz. Piše kako je Milovan Đilas već 1957. tu klasu definirao kao “eksploatacijsku vlasničku klasu” koja se sastoji od članova komunističke partije koja je na vlasti.
“Novim političkim etiketama ta klasa još uvijek čuva svoje interese. U Rusiji je sovjetsku diktaturu zamijenila plebiscitiarna diktatura jednog predsjednika koji si svojom antizapadnom i nacionalističkom retorikom osigurava podršku za svoju politiku agresije i destabilizacije susjednih zemalja. U istočnoj i jugoistočnoj Europi iza demokratske fasade vlada kartel postkomunističkih oligarha, koji je preuzeo vlast nad državama, strankama i medijima.”, upozorava se u Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung.
Prenosi se i najnoviji indeks zaklade Bertelsmann o razvoju demokracije i tržišnog gospodarstva u tranzicijskim zemaljama koji ukazuje na pogoršanje u 12 od ukupno 17 postkomunističkih europskih država. Napredak je očito zabilježen samo u baltičkim zemljama i Poljskoj.“Nije slučajnost da su se zemlje koje su postigle najbolje rezultate također najviše i pozabavile svojom prošlošću. Dobro se pokazala upravo lustracija, često kritizirana na Zapadu, kojom su bivši dužnosnici isključeni iz javnog života. No zakazala je u pravosuđu. U skladu s time, pravosuđe je neotporno na političke utjecaje i korupciju”, pojašnjava Karl-Peter Schwarz.
Dimenzije komunističkih zločina procijenio je francuski povjesničar Stephan Courtois dokumentirajući da su komunisti širom svijeta ubili 85 do 100 milijuna ljudi, te da su milijuni građana završili u kaznenim ili radnim logorima, deportirani ili protjerani.
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