1. Thank you Bosnia for recognizing Kosova,
    my next holiday is in Bosnia.
    (Ataman, 8 March 2018 14:37)

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  2. (sj, 7 March 2018 12:20)
    and you should not believe the post war BS from after the wars in the 90s. Cetniks were nationalists, partizans were not only from one of the republics today. Croats were partizans too. Of course the governments in the old republics say today that everything was bad during communism, because they are scared that people could turn against them. That is why they like to keep alive the hate against the others.
    Funny is that at the end they will all end up in a new federation called EU.
    I grow up in a city with a big community from Ex Yugoslavia, and here are almost no problems at all. One of my sons best friend is a Kosovo Albanian. I am glad that people here are nostalgic for yugoslavia and often refer to themself as yugoslavs. Marriages between them are totally normal here. You live on the other end of the world, come here and ask people how they live today from 110 Euros retirement money.or how they feed their families with 250 euros income.
    (Tito reloaded, 7 March 2018 14:04)

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  3. (Tito reloaded, 7 March 2018 11:28)

    There were plenty of killings done by the Partisans during the war. Villagers had to give them food regardless if they had any for themselves. Don’t believe all that post war BS.

    The Chetniks were competitors for power to the communist only so don’t lump them with the Ustasha who are Croats and murderers.

    I live in Australia. Argentine was no1 Ustasha destination after WW2 while Melbourne Australia was No2. I know all about them. If you think that there was any chance of integrating, then your dreaming.
    Tito did not create any environment for peace because if he did then the 1990s would not have happened. He suppressed it, that’s all. No one was permitted to talk about Jasenovac.

    The death of Yugoslvaia was earmarked even while Tito was alive and the communists knew about it so Ante Markovic borrowed heavily to give big pay rises to workers so they would not allow the break up. That did not work. Now that debt is being repaid by the individual countries.

    It was only the Serbs that held onto Yugoslavia and they paid a heavy price for it. Not anymore. Good riddance to it. Let the other former republics sink or swim.
    (sj, 7 March 2018 12:20)

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  4. Long Live Republika Herceg-Bosna !
    (Lenards Clone, 7 March 2018 11:51)

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  5. Tito killed more people than Tudjman, Izetbegovic or Milosevic. The communists don't like to talk about that at all. Serbs have paid a heavy price for Yugoslavia and never again. The rest are on their own.
    (sj, 7 March 2018 10:00)
    You know that most of this killings were done in the aftermath of WWII? People in todays serbia lived better during Tito time than today. Did you count the people that had to leave their homes during the wars in the 90s?
    Yes Tito was going to far during the clean up of the mess that cetniks and ustasa created, it would have been better to give this people a chance to integrate or to leave. But he also created an environment for more than 40 years of peace in the balkans, and without Tudjman, Izetbegovic, Milosevic and their nationalist friend peace could have remained.

    Bratstvo i jedinstvo, smrt fašizmu, sloboda narodu
    (Tito reloaded, 7 March 2018 11:28)

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  6. May the day come Yugoslavs will be united again, and if it is in EU so may it be.
    Bratstvo i jedinstvo, smrt fašizmu, sloboda narodu
    (Tito reloaded, 6 March 2018 19:03)

    Tito killed more people than Tudjman, Izetbegovic or Milosevic. The communists don't like to talk about that at all. Serbs have paid a heavy price for Yugoslavia and never again. The rest are on their own.
    (sj, 7 March 2018 10:00)

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  7. The one thing that will unite us all is knowing that all those who participated in this meeting shook hands, hugged and knew that they were set for life while eating caviar.
    (MikeD, 7 March 2018 05:54)

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  8. Just split the damn thing In three pieces (Cro, Bos, Ser) no one wants to live with each other anyway. Also Massilion two places Alb-Bul 50/50
    and get it over with. The end
    (Albanian American, 7 March 2018 05:13)

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  9. Look at all those self serving Politicians all in one room
    (Sam, 7 March 2018 04:28)

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  10. And they laughed all the way to the bank together afterwards.
    (Andy UK, 6 March 2018 17:28) Andy I have heard of that iabout the UK. Your politicians aka "Lords" steal tax payers money to clean their moats and fix their cassels. The Queen and the "royalty" the biggest welfare bums in all of Britain living off the tax poor payers dolls etc. Has it got any better or getting still worse?
    (Lenard, 6 March 2018 23:17)

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  11. I don’t want to get carried away, but this is mildly encouraging.
    (Jeff, 6 March 2018 21:59)

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  12. At least they didn't invite the Dodo from the genocidal "Srpska" ghost entity. Don't worry Dodo you will get your chance to kiss Vucic's greater Chetnik fascist ass. Here is the way Croatian press [link] reported the meeting.
    (Lenard, 6 March 2018 21:05)

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  13. Of course it is not simple. One day the people in all this countries could ask, why this nationalist destroyed Yugoslavia. Why the people had to suffer for Izetbegovic, Milosevic, Tudjman and their fascist friends. Before people had social security, retirement money they could live from, they could go on holidays, could feed themself,... Izetbegovic is responsible for death of bosnians, Milosevic for the death of serbs and Tudjman for the death of croats beside beeing guilty for deaths on the other sides. And while people died they and their friends took as much as they could. May the day come Yugoslavs will be united again, and if it is in EU so may it be.
    Bratstvo i jedinstvo, smrt fašizmu, sloboda narodu
    (Tito reloaded, 6 March 2018 19:03)

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  14. Bakir Izetbegovic shows how massively he misses Recep Erdogan. He does not look like he is for the cooperation.
    (miho, 6 March 2018 18:47)

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  15. And they laughed all the way to the bank together afterwards.
    (Andy UK, 6 March 2018 17:28)

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