1. Even Peggy spends his holidays in Zvonimir Grad - Knin. It's about time Serbian dollars are heading to ZG.
    (Bam Bam, 27 January 2014 13:33)
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    This is priceless. You have outdone yourself Bam Bam.
    First of all I am a woman or are you that demented not to know it and second I have never been to Croatia nor would I ever go and spend one cent contributing to their economy.

    I have been to Dubrovnik and Cavtat, but that was when it was Yugoslavia. Croatian establishments won't be making any profit out of me.
    (Peggy, 28 January 2014 02:26)

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  2. Why do you Serbs continue to spend and exchange your worthless dinar in 'lijepu nasu'. Is it that bad in Orthodox countries that the Serbs have to spend there holidays in Catholic Croatia. Even Peggy spends his holidays in Zvonimir Grad - Knin. It's about time Serbian dollars are heading to ZG.
    (Bam Bam, 27 January 2014 13:33)

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  3. All that both sides need is time. It will come right one day and both sides will be able to forgive each other, but for time, it is to be expected that some spite will remain.
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    Are you serious Peter?
    How long has this been going on and repeating?
    (Peggy, 26 January 2014 02:25)

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  4. LOL give it time. The tourist season hasn't started yet for the minions of Split and Zadar to sniff out cars with BG plates :)
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 24 January 2014 17:52)
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    Maybe Serbs should stay away from Croatia full stop. There is nothing there for them of value and frankly their money will be much better received and appreciated somewhere else.
    Why should Serbs help Croatian economy by going their on holidays?
    So that a waiter can spit in their food?
    (Peggy, 26 January 2014 02:21)

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  5. erbs need to concentrate on gaining employment and not spend all day lazing around drinking coffee and worrying about where they want cyrillic signs to be put up. Don't they understand that nobody wants the signs, nobody can read the signs and certainly nobody wants the signs erected in Vukovar where Chetnik hordes devasted the city and massacred those that remained. Even the E.U wont save the Serbs on this one ! Other minorities have no problem excepting Croatia as their home but the Serbs keep pushing the boundaries. Let me remind you people that you live in Croatia and not some Graeter Serbia for heavens sake.
    (Bam Bam, 24 January 2014 00:59)

    I knew you be here boy. I done smelt you all the way from Abilene.
    You find Jesus yet? You do know that in order to find Jesus, you must repent, that means change your ways, turn your life over to the Lord-- otherwise He'll remain elusive to you.
    But once you find Him you'll never despair, cuz then you'll always be hearin' music in the air--an' everywhere! [link]
    (Texas Bob, 24 January 2014 18:46)

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  6. From Vladimir Putin...your brother:

    In Russia live like Russians. Any minority, from anywhere, if it wants to live in Russia , to work and eat in Russia , should speak Russian, and should respect the Russian laws.
    (Croatian Canadian, 24 January 2014 18:42)

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  7. Still, better a vandalized sign than an attack on some innocent person of the opposite ethnicity, no?
    (Peter Sudyka, 24 January 2014 09:52)

    LOL give it time. The tourist season hasn't started yet for the minions of Split and Zadar to sniff out cars with BG plates :)
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 24 January 2014 17:52)

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  8. Serbs need to concentrate on gaining employment and not spend all day lazing around drinking coffee and worrying about where they want cyrillic signs to be put up...blahblahlblahblah za dom whatever
    (Bam Bam, 24 January 2014 00:59)

    It's not Serbs in Croatia that need to refocus their daily schedule but the vast army of poor, broke, uneducated, and nearly homeless "war veterans" who have decided to make this a political issue to get attention and probably a warm meal from HDZ and HSP politicos who probably promised them something for showing up. I don't recall Croatian Serbs spending their entire day making Cyrillic an issue for the inhabitants of Uneventful Nasa. This is an EU-sponsored initiative because Croatia needs to respect minority and cultural rights of everyone living in their allegedly beautiful domovina. Rather, we should rephrase your carefully crafted response to:

    "Croats need to concentrate on gaining employment and not spend all day mulling around deserted town squares in Eastern Slavonia destroying public property because they believe the horror stories from Catholic priests and Thompson their country is under siege from Serbs and gays."

    I don't expect some American of loose Croatian connections to understand that. Thankfully I and other non-Stormfront.com users of the Internet are here to help you. I'd like to think the people who actually LIVE in Croatia have a better handle on the situation than you.

    Za dom Fail.
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 24 January 2014 17:50)

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  9. I find some comments here pretty funny, especially the comments that include the words "civilized countries" in reference to Croatia while you are Serbian.

    A few weeks ago I read an article on "wife beaters" in Serbia and the fact that women there do not have rights or protection by authorities when they are brutally beaten, "civilized" you say?

    One thing is to claim Croatians are uncivilized because they DO NOT and WILL NOT accept cirilica...would any Serb accept a similar case if it were a Serbian town where many people have yet been brought to justice and the wounds of the brutal Serb attack are still fresh? Just remember one key point and this may clarify why the topic is so sensitive...lets remove emotions and try to stay factual. Slobodan Milosevic openly said that Vukovar was held for 6 months while 6000 (it was less than 2000 but I will stay with his comment) Croats defended. We Serbs utilized over 100 tanks, 30,000 troops, the Air Force....

    If Milosevic openly admitted this and Croats feel sensitive towards cirilica and do not want it there, why is that so hard to understand? If on the other hand Croats were targeting Serb civilians, mistreating them and discriminating against them for being Serbian, I would easily request intervention and request the Croatian government take action. On the topic of cirilica, I think the Serb minority should learn to live with the Latin alphabet and move on...or move, pretty simple!
    (Croatian Canadian, 24 January 2014 17:00)

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  10. This is crazy. Civilized countries have a great degree of tolerance. It doesn't mean everybody loves everybody, it just means we tolerate everyone and diversity. In the US, we see Muslim women wearing veils all around. Even in my Catholic University, we have African American Muslim women and other foreign Muslim women wearing veils to classes. I know that there are Americans with horrific views about Muslims, yet in general they say nothing and they certainly don't go around tearing down signs in Arabic. That's tolerance. Croatia has a lot to learn.
    (raisin scone, 24 January 2014 12:00)

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  11. Why can´t the Croatian people accept signs written in Cyrillic? Shame on you! Serbia is better than Croatia.
    (Regina Blue, 23 January 2014 20:42)

    That's an easy one to answer. The Croats ran their own concentration camps during ww2 in order to exterminate
    Serbs, Jews, Roma and others that they deemed inferior to them.
    The cyrillic writing reminds them daily that they failed to fully accomplish what they set out to do.
    Also, instead of repenting, the Croat Nazis openly celebrate their concentration camp human atrocities in concerts with songs where regular folk attend along with (not too long ago) politicians with their wives and children. Scary ha?
    Croats who don't repent will always have to defend their monstrous past against humanity and live an evil secretive lie like the happy Ustasha priests and their altar boys until they join Cardinal Stepinac and the rest of their evildoers.
    (George, 24 January 2014 11:32)

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  12. @RATko,

    Leave Albanians out of this, it has nothing to do with us.
    (Mendo, 24 January 2014 09:59)

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  13. It's a double-edged sword. On one hand, and in the interests of the greater good, this sort of thing should be condemned by the authorities as the war is over and it is time to look forward, but given the hell that Vukovar was put through, the destruction and death that both sides felt, it is nothing strange that something like this happens and that the Croats feel this kind of sentiment. The wound are still very deep and not properly healed yet, given many of those people actually saw the war and its effects.

    All that both sides need is time. It will come right one day and both sides will be able to forgive each other, but for time, it is to be expected that some spite will remain.

    Still, better a vandalized sign than an attack on some innocent person of the opposite ethnicity, no?
    (Peter Sudyka, 24 January 2014 09:52)

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  14. Albanian's have nothing to do with this, why mention them......also why dont u learn to write in proper alphabet, then ur signs wont be taken down
    (fran marku, 23 January 2014 19:37)

    Both Albanians and Croats were Hitler's blood-drinking savage henchmen in the Balkans. While the Albanian and Croat Nazis were busy chasing Serb families and tending to concentration camps, the SS troops were busy tending to their lonely Nazi loving females. You see fran marku, most folks regard all Nazis and Nazi offspring as kin of a sort, and the lowest scum on earth who are still evading earthly justice. Hence the mentioning of Albania by the other poster. The way I see it is that Albania is not only Turkey, but also Germany. Makes sense to you?

    P.S. You ever ask yourselves why the Germans love these Nazi offspring mutts so much that she is always turning the blind eye to their evil towards the Serbs and other former non Nazi puppets?
    (E.B. Farnum, 24 January 2014 07:27)

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  15. Serbs need to concentrate on gaining employment and not spend all day lazing around drinking coffee and worrying about where they want cyrillic signs to be put up. Don't they understand that nobody wants the signs, nobody can read the signs and certainly nobody wants the signs erected in Vukovar where Chetnik hordes devasted the city and massacred those that remained. Even the E.U wont save the Serbs on this one ! Other minorities have no problem excepting Croatia as their home but the Serbs keep pushing the boundaries. Let me remind you people that you live in Croatia and not some Graeter Serbia for heavens sake.
    (Bam Bam, 24 January 2014 00:59)

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  16. My friends love my CYRILLIC tee-shirt. They all want one. It says CPbIJA on it. They don't know what it means until I tell them, but they still want one even when they do. These Croats should be grateful that we gave them a language to copy and speak and stop this childish and mindless vandalism.
    (C & M, 23 January 2014 23:44)

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  17. The Cyrillic script is something to be proud of. It looks beautiful and exotic. Why can´t the Croatian people accept signs written in Cyrillic? Shame on you! Serbia is better than Croatia.
    (Regina Blue, 23 January 2014 20:42)

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  18. Meanwhile in Lijepanašistan...
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 23 January 2014 20:03)

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  19. Albanian's have nothing to do with this, why mention them......also why dont u learn to write in proper alphabet, then ur signs wont be taken down
    (fran marku, 23 January 2014 19:37)

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  20. Once a chetnik always a chetnik like 99.9% of serbs.
    (Bridge, 23 January 2014 19:17)

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  21. Once nazis always nazis just like albanians.
    (Ratko, 23 January 2014 16:16)

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