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If you arrived here from the article, "Bizarre Antisemitism from the Croatian Clerical-Fascist Lobby," and are looking for  http://www.clevelandleader.com/node/3386#comment-4976,
we diverted that link to this page because hyperlinks to specific posts on the clevelandleader.com Thompson discussion seem to no longer work, and that thread is immense. So, to save you time, below is post #4976.

--Jared Israel
Emperor's Clothes

[December 11, 2007]

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Post #4976:
"Yes, Virginia, Croatia's Thompson does Rejoice in the Holocaust"

Submitted by Jared Israel on November 13, 2007 - 8:19pm.

Someone calling himself Martin Krpan writes:

"Somebody here is lying! Your search - http://tinyurl.com/yskxtb  - did not match any documents! ???"

The link works fine. It is a 'tiny url' taking one to a web page with a link 144 characters long; therefore, I used a 'tiny url.' The web page is the first part of a Jan. 8, 2004 article on the newspaper website, Novi List, which quotes from Thompson's confession/boast that he sang two songs celebrating the Holocaust, rejoicing in the mass murder of Serbs, declaring "I am Ustasha!" and so on. (Thompson had just put the confession/boast on his own home page.)

Stating that the songs in question are "Jasenovac" and "Here comes dawn" (celebrating the Croatian death camps and the Croatian SS, respectively) Novi List quotes Thompson's confession, in Serbo-Croatian, of course:

"Ja nisam autor tih pjesama, ali sam ih pjevao, što je svima nama poznato, u određenom periodu svugdje po hrvatskim trgovima i dvoranama ne skrivajući se, pa je time ovo senzacionalno otkriće u najmanju ruku smiješn."

This translates:

"I am not the author of these songs, but I have been singing them, which is well known to all of us, during a certain period everywhere in Croatian squares and in halls without hiding, therefore this makes their sensational discovery ridiculous to say the least."

Thompson's letter is backed up in full in Serbo-Croatian on the Emperor's Clothes website, which I edit, at
http://tenc.net/croatia/thompson/perkconfess.htm

I posted the link to Novi List for credibility - to show that the backup was authentic.

In his comments, Mr. Krpan again brings up the subject of [Nazi - J.I.] stamps supposedly issued in Serbia in 1942. Serbia was conquered by Nazi Germany in 1941 and annexed by the Axis powers until 1945. They issued the stamps and everything else. Period. So the stamps business remains: irrelevant.

He is trying to divert from the issue which is: Croatia and the Catholic church are supporting Thompson who sings songs applauding the Holocaust - and who in 2004 confessed/boasted doing so, although now, three years later, he and his apologists try to lie about it.

Why are they sponsoring this Thompson who right now, on tour in the US and Canada, is singing "Alas My people," which is based on the most violent statement of anti-Jewish hatred, the infamous fabrication, "The Protocols of Zion"? Thompson has set this Nazi book-of-slanders to music:

[First two stanzas of Thompson's "E Moj Narode" or "Alas My People" starts here]

Since the times of Christ,
New faces but the scene is the same,
Evil forces battle against us to destroy us

Antichrists and Masons,
Communists of all sorts
[Note: This is the Nazi/clerical-fascist fairy tale of a Jewish-Masonic-Bolshevik plot, the Jews being the antichrists - J.I.]
Spread diabolic Satanic phrases
To defeat us.
Alas, my people, alas, my people.

-- Full text of English translation is at
http://emperors-clothes.com/croatia/moj.htm

[First two stanzas of Thompson's "E Moj Narode" or "Alas My People" ends here]

This is the song that a Youtube video shows Thompson singing in Toronto Nov. 4, 2007. It seems to be Thompson's biggest hit. It is the title-song of not one but two of his seven albums. The song ends by calling for a religious war to free Croats from the supposed oppression of the Masonic-antichrist-Bolshevik plotters. This is 'fascist-speak' for 'the Jewish people.' Meaning: a call for war against Jews, at least 30,000 of whom were murdered in Croatia by Thompson's predecessors. This song is exactly what Hitler and the Croatian Ustashe said in order to 'justify' the Holocaust.

Why has the Catholic Church sponsored Perkovic's tour, at least the part in New York City - and almost surely more?

Why did it fight to hold a Thompson concert in Sarajevo?
See: http://tenc.net/croatia/times1.htm#what

That's the issue. And they have no answer, so the only answer is: they are again pushing clerical fascism, which gave us the murder of a million people in Greater Croatia alone, mostly Serbs, but also most Jews and Roma (meaning 'Gypsies,' - they were killed because they were 'non-white.')

Why is the Catholic church sponsoring this renewal of clerical fascism? Why?

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