1. In other words : "Victim Olympians whinge some more" I know you want to make Israel proud, but to them you are still a bunch of nationalist and problematic goyim just like Croats.
    (Shqipterbian, 28 July 2016 02:39)

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  2. We in the Catholic world view Stepinac as a saviour. We in South America will always see him as a Saint. God Bless my dear friend.
    (Pedro Henriques, 27 July 2016 10:36)

    HAHAHAHA as if anyone in South America knows who the hell Stepinac is. Well, a few thousand fascists did relocate there after WWII, so I guess SOME people do. But very few. There is no honor in blessing concentration camps and forcefully converting several thousand people.
    (Ari Gold, 27 July 2016 17:38)

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  3. Communist propaganda seems to have set in with Serbian leadership. Here is what Sir Winston Churchill said after Stepinac's conviction:

    "Conditions in Yugoslavia are sinister and melancholy. The whole country is being converted, as far as possible, into a Communist area. Communism is being taught in the schools, and every effort is being made to create a Soviet Socialist Republic in the closest association with Moscow. It is not for us to interfere in the internal affairs of another country. Well, I am afraid I make my principle of general application. The Catholic Church and clergy in Croatia are being persecuted with the greatest severity, and the strictest measures of police government are applied to political dissentients. The circumstances of the trial and condemnation of the Archbishop of Zagreb have created widespread regret. There is growing discontent in Serbia, to whose peasant proprietors Communist doctrines are unwelcome."

    If you study Stepinac fairly, you cannot come to the conclusion that he was a fascist. It is simply not true!
    (Ian, 27 July 2016 16:46)

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  4. Dont speak by the whole South America. People dont even know about him here
    (Brazilac u beogradu, 27 July 2016 14:40)

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  5. The historical record showed that although Stepinac initially welcome an independent state, he condemned Jasenovac and openly preached from the pulpit against Nazi laws. That the communists gave him a show trial does not negate this. The Republic of Serbia is embarrassing itself and should listen to the historians who have studied Stepinac.
    (Ian, 27 July 2016 14:34)

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  6. how many protests notes is that now? Anyone keeping count?
    (whos counting, 27 July 2016 13:24)

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  7. We in the Catholic world view Stepinac as a saviour. We in South America will always see him as a Saint. God Bless my dear friend.
    (Pedro Henriques, 27 July 2016 10:36)

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