MI6: Peratović is an imbecile but useful

May 31, 2007

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Željko Peratović A Croatian journalist and MI6 agent in Croatia is a Mr. Zeljko Peratovic who works for the Vjesnik. He is one of the main planters of misinformation regarding the whereabouts of General Ante Gotovina in the Croatian media and has been specifically tasked with discrediting former combatants and officials of the former Tudjman regime.
Remarkably, he has previously been unmasked, along with several other journalists by the former head of POA (Croatian counter-intelligence service) Franjo Turek, but still remains a journalist.
His unmasking was confirmed by the President of Croatia Mr. Stjepan Mesic in the Feral Tribune no. 967 where it was stated that six journalists, including Globus’ Gordon Malic, (see: http://cryptome.org/mi6-croatia.htm) ex-chief of police department, Ranko Ostojic and several English diplomats, supplied incorrect and misleading information to the Croatian public that Ante Gotovina was in Croatia.
Photographic evidence was also produced to prove the conspiracy. Several had links to the former Yugoslav National Army, which Gotovina’s army fought against.
Mesic had been warned of the MI6 spies previously by Zeljko Bagic, his former national security aide “ that British intelligence had recruited a number of prominent journalists in Zagreb and was planting disinformation on the Gotovina case in the Zagreb media.
”Peratovic’s erratic behaviour has caused his handlers some concern. Several senior MI6 officials wanted him dropped immediately, but Bloom insisted he stay describing him as “an imbecile with a personal vendetta regarding Levar but useful nethertheless.”
Milan Levar was Peratovic’s friend and a war crimes witness allegedly murdered by organised criminals. Peratovic has convinced himself Gotovina is somehow responsible and is obsessed with connecting him to it. Peratovic’s defamation of Gotovina and constant unsuccessful attempts to link him to organised crime and spurious allegations of arms dealing links is renowned. He was one of the first Croatian journalists to report of alleged links between Tony Cascarino and the Real IRA and Gotovina being in Belfast. Apparently his “reliable British sources” had informed him. Some time later, after the story had been picked up and bounded around Croatia to the point where the original article was forgotten, he published another article in Vjesnik denouncing the allegations in the other papers as “fabricated” – as if he hadn’t introduced it in the first place. http://www.vjesnik.hr/pdf/2004%5C09%5C29%5C01A1.PDF He was recently instructed to re-focus his misinformation on Cascarino and told to dig for dirt and discredit his military record. Peratovic later approached a number of former combatants offering money and other gifts in exchange for predetermined comments they’d put their names to, though was unsuccessful. He was also told to initiate correspondence with Tom Walker, diplomatic correspondent for the Sunday Times and provide him with misinformation regarding “The Striker” and his alleged terrorist links.His own web site details his spy activities which he denies:



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