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This is what ChatGPT has to say about conspiracy in Croatia:

Croatia, with its intricate history and geopolitical position, has been the subject of various conspiracy theories. Here are some speculative narratives that have emerged:

1. War Crimes and Genocide Denial

  • Theory: Croatia’s involvement in the Yugoslav Wars, particularly the Croatian War of Independence (1991-1995), has led to conspiracy theories about war crimes and genocide denial. Some narratives may suggest that individuals, organizations, or governments deny or downplay atrocities committed during the conflict for political or ideological reasons, fostering tensions and hindering reconciliation efforts.
  • Supporters: Human rights activists, genocide scholars, conspiracy theorists.

2. Political Corruption and Oligarchy

  • Theory: Croatia’s political landscape, marked by corruption allegations and economic challenges, has led to speculation about political corruption and oligarchy. Some conspiracy theories may suggest that political elites and business interests manipulate the system to maintain power and control over resources, undermining democratic processes and impeding social progress.
  • Supporters: Anti-corruption activists, pro-democracy advocates, conspiracy theorists.

3. National Identity and Ethnic Divisions

  • Theory: Croatia’s complex history of nationalism and ethnic divisions has led to conspiracy theories about national identity and societal cohesion. Some narratives may suggest that external forces seek to exploit these divisions to undermine Croatia’s sovereignty or influence its internal affairs, perpetuating discord and hindering efforts at national unity.
  • Supporters: Nationalists, ethnic identity groups, conspiracy theorists.

4. European Union and Globalization

  • Theory: Croatia’s accession to the European Union (EU) and its integration into global economic networks have led to conspiracy theories about globalization and loss of sovereignty. Some narratives may suggest that the EU or other international institutions impose policies or agendas that undermine Croatia’s interests or erode its cultural identity, fueling skepticism and resistance to further integration.
  • Supporters: Eurosceptics, nationalist movements, conspiracy theorists.

Conclusion

Croatia’s complex historical legacy, including its role in the Yugoslav Wars and its transition to democracy, has made it a target for various conspiracy theories across different domains. As with any conspiracy theory, it’s essential to critically evaluate the evidence and consider multiple perspectives before drawing conclusions about Croatia.

My Analysis ˆ

Happy Skeptic

Wikipedia has an article about “the Magnate conspiracy.”

“The Magnate conspiracy . . . was a plot among Croatian and Hungarian nobles to oust the Habsburg Monarchy from Croatia and Hungary, in response to the Treaty of Vasvár in 1664.”

Of far more interest to me is the 2018 World Cup, which was a conspiracy clusterfuck. While World Cups are usually won by big, powerful European countries (along with Brazil and Argentina), tiny Croatia took third place twice, in 1998 and 2022. In 2018, it took second place in a World Cup that was clearly rigged; Croatia should have won the tournament.

To fully understand the breathtaking magnitude of this conspiracy, you need to consider several other countries, particularly Germany, Italy, Russia, and France.

Brazil is the undisputed king of soccer, having won five World Cups. Germany and Italy are tied for second place, with four World Cups each.

Germany won its last World Cup in 2014. During the tournament Germany trounced Brazil 7-1 in Brazil’s home stadium! It was Brazil’s worst defeat since 1920. In 2018, Germany—the defending champion—lost to Mexico 0-1 and to South Korea 0-2. Neither Mexico nor South Korea have ever won a World Cup. South Korea is one of Asia’s most notable soccer powers, but that isn’t saying much. No Asian country has ever reached the World Cup finals, let alone won a World Cup.

After its spectacular, almost unbelievable victory over Brazil in 2014, Germany placed last. It was the first time since 1938 that Germany did not advance beyond the first round, and the first time ever, the group stage. This doesn’t automatically qualify as a conspiracy; sports are unpredictable of course, and stunning upsets occur occasionally. However, I’m not finished.

In 2018, Italy did even worse than Germany, failing to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 60 years. How could two of the greatest soccer powers self-destruct simultaneously?

To put things in perspective, Germany, Italy, and Croatia were allies during World War II. Germany’s invasion of the Soviet Union was bloody beyond belief; it was a chapter Russians won’t soon forget. In fact, the 2018 World Cup was held in Russia. Imagine if Germany, Italy, and Croatia had taken first, second, and third place! The Jews would never allow such a thing to happen.

In fact, Croatia should have taken first place in its final against France. The referee—Néstor Pitana, from Argentina—is a professional actor.

France is home to more Jews than any other country but the U.S. and Israel. In 1998, the World Cup final pitted France against Brazil. Shortly before the game, Brazilian superstar Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima was struck with a mysterious illness. Two decades later, France won in another final that starred a referee who clearly wanted Croatia to lose.

Most of the facts related above could be dismissed as an anomaly. Taken together, however, they are reminiscent of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Three World War II Axis powers could have taken the three top spots in a World Cup on Russian soil. Instead, Germany and Italy self-destructed, while Croatia narrowly lost the final to the Jews’ favorite, France, which also won the 1998 World Cup under strange circumstances.

It wasn’t the first time the Jews fixed a soccer tournament. Henry Kissinger (a Jew) was involved in a controversial incident during the 1978 World Cup in Argentina, which took place under the rule of a military junta known for severe human rights abuses. Kissinger, a known soccer enthusiast, visited Buenos Aires during the tournament. His visit coincided with a critical semifinal match between Argentina and Peru, a match Argentina needed to win by at least four goals to advance to the final.

On the day of the match, Kissinger and Argentine dictator General Jorge Videla visited the Peruvian team’s locker room. Videla’s presence was unusual as it was the only time he visited a team’s locker room during the tournament. Reports indicate that the Peruvian players faced numerous disruptions, including mysterious delays on their way to the stadium and noisy disturbances the night before, which may have affected their performance. Argentina ultimately won the match 6-0, leading to suspicions of undue influence or match-fixing.

Argentina is home to more Jews than any other Latin American country. The referee who helped France win over Croatia in 2018 was from Argentina. He was also a professional actor, though I can’t determine if he’s Jewish.

In July 2018 Jewish hedge fund heavyweight Paul Singer became the owner of the Italian soccer team AC Milan after its previous owner defaulted on a $37 million loan payment owed to Singer’s hedge fund company. Elliott had loaned $400 million to the previous owner to help him purchase the team, which plays in Italy’s top football league (Serie A).

The 2018 World Cup was a cornucopia of conspiracy and conspiracy theories embracing everything from racism to Russia’s annexation of Crimea. However, it appears I’m the only person who has discerned what may be one of modern history’s most sensational conspiracies.

East vs West, or China vs The Jews

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BRI: Member of China’s belt and road initiative.
Home to no U.S. military bases.
Not one of the 18 wacko countries where “Holocaust denial”—whatever that is—is illegal.
Bans the cultivation of GMOs, though imports are allowed.
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NATO (joined in 2009)
Jewish Population (2020): 1,700 (Rank = 53)
Jewish Bankers: Belongs to the International Monetary Fund and/or the World Bank, making it a slave to the Jewish bankers.
Recognizes the illegitimate state of Israel.
Croatia has 2 Jewish Holocaust memorials or museums.
Croatia observes Holocaust Remembrance Day, or its equivalent on January 27 .

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