1. It is about time that those Croatian fascists were given a lesson. We do not want such scum in the European Union.
    (Tony (from Berlin), 22 February 2014 19:10)

    Amazing how a hateful comment like this is up voted yet anyting remotley anti-Serbian is down...Oh wait, just rialized this is a Serbian news site. Nvermind. Cary on with you clouded, isolated little world of propoganda.
    (Jack34, 27 February 2014 22:46)

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  2. serbs are not welcomed anywhere in the balkans, because they committed crimes and genocides.
    It's simple.
    (eric, 21 February 2014 20:41)

    lol, too funny, we're the biggest demographic in the Balkans, explain that one. oh and wait till u get a china town. have fun smashing signs u big man you.
    (Ivan, 25 February 2014 17:16)

    Ivan, I think Eric just explained why Serbs seem to be the majority now in the Balkans, lol.
    (Jim, 27 February 2014 22:41)

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  3. serbs are not welcomed anywhere in the balkans, because they committed crimes and genocides.
    It's simple.
    (eric, 21 February 2014 20:41)

    lol, too funny, we're the biggest demographic in the Balkans, explain that one. oh and wait till u get a china town. have fun smashing signs u big man you.
    (Ivan, 25 February 2014 17:16)

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  4. "Serbs in Croatia have always been the cancer that was difficult to eradicate."

    This ustashi perverted mindset - very clear why not one generation in the balkans has known peace.

    May what you wish for others, BamBam, visit your home and those you love.
    (Roger7, 24 February 2014 14:34)

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  5. @BamBam;

    Your disturbed language is reminiscent of the dark days of the 1940's. 'Cancer in society.' Isn't that what the Nazi's used to say about the Jews. It must be difficult being a frustrated fascist living in the West. What with all those foreigners and homosexuals. Of course you could always consider moving back to that quiet little spot in the country. What was it called now? Oh yes, Jasenovac. Your spiritual home.
    (PEN, 24 February 2014 11:49)

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  6. well I'd suggest to buy iron plates that those facists wouldn't be able to smash. It would pay off in the long run. In fact, it is Croatian law that these signs need to be in cyrillic for minorities that reach a certain percentage, so there is no point to discuss why those signs are actually existing. And for all of you history loving people out here, the war has been over for 20 years now, it's not time to forget but time t forgive and to move on...
    (Nemac, 24 February 2014 10:33)

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  7. @eric, thanks for clearing that up for the rest of us. It's really that simple in your mind isn't it?
    (waiters, 23 February 2014 21:49)

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  8. Could it be that if someone smashed Latin signs, the Cytillic ones might stand a chance of catching on?
    (Bob, 23 February 2014 21:43)

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  9. This is what you get when you have a mix of Chetniks and YU loving Croats in government. Do you think the Russians would allow the Chechyans such a request or even the Albanians in Presevo. No this is not allowed because they aren't stupid. Let's allow cirilica but fight tooth and nail not to send war criminal and sadistic udba killer Josip Perkovic to Germany to face murder charges of dissedents in that country. Just goes to show that YU is still alive and well. Serbs in Croatia have always been the cancer that was difficult to eradicate. No amount of chemo therapy can fully cure what has plagued Croatia for centuries. These people want rights but stay indoors,ignore and refuse to celebrate national holidays in Croatia. There would be no problem if the Serbs just packed up and went to Serbia to live.
    (Bam Bam, 23 February 2014 00:46)

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  10. I agree Serbs aren't liked anywhere because of their crimes and lies.

    Vukovar je Hrvatska - Kosova je Albanija

    Zivela Hrvatska
    (VUKOVAR, 22 February 2014 21:13)

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  11. @Lenard;

    There were less than 4000 casualties on both sides at Vukovar. There were 1.120.000 Soviet casualties and 850.000 German casualties at the battle of Stalingrad. To compare the two in anyway is farcical. As for the number of shells fired, any comparison is pointless.
    As usual your comments are delusional and outlandish. Just out of interest though, how old are you?
    (PEN, 22 February 2014 19:48)

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  12. It is about time that those Croatian fascists were given a lesson. We do not want such scum in the European Union.
    (Tony (from Berlin), 22 February 2014 19:10)

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  13. If you Serbs in Serbia can read and write in Latin then this is nothing but provocation by Serbs who chose to live in Croatia! What do you say b92?
    (mario, 22 February 2014 16:22)

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  14. serbs are not welcomed anywhere in the balkans, because they committed crimes and genocides.
    It's simple.
    (eric, 21 February 2014 20:41)
    ===…==
    The only thing that's simple here is your mind.
    (Peggy, 22 February 2014 02:45)

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  15. serbs are not welcomed anywhere in the balkans, because they committed crimes and genocides.
    It's simple.
    (eric, 21 February 2014 20:41)

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  16. Croats just don't know how to read cyrillic, that's the real reason.
    (The Bug, 21 February 2014 18:43)

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  17. This is Croatian Vukovar [link] ! Stopt the comunist/facist Serbian army [link] fourth largest army in Europe for 3 months at the border out numbered by the criminal Serb rable 20 to 1. By a Croatian 3rd echelon brigade with hunting rifeles out numbered 1000 to 0 in tanks ,artilery ,air craft etc. More shells fell on Vukovar then on Stalingrad of WW2 now the crazy Serbs think they will dictait to Croatians LOL. The only support they have is from the crazy comunist moraly dead boy lovers in Zagreb. Which they are on their way out shown their true colors and all their anti Croatian BS the EU pupets.
    (Lenard, 21 February 2014 18:38)

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  18. "The sign was placed on the building of the Croatian Employment Service in Vukovar."

    Well at least the people making bi-lingual signs in Vukovar - Вуковар have enough work to avoid going to the unemployment office :)
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 21 February 2014 15:28)

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