1. I am assuming that when Ruza Tomasic calls the ICTY "unfair and biased," she means that it is "unfair and biased" against Croatia. Surprise, surprise, this is exactly the same allegation all nationalists (Serbian, Bosnian, Albanian, Macedonian) make when one of their ethnic kin is indicted by the ICTY or an indicted member of another national group with whom they have been in conflict is seen as getting lenient treatment. Interestingly, the minute a member of the other said ethnic group is prosecuted and convicted for crimes against their own ethnic group, the ICTY suddenly becomes a wonderful instrument of justice. I wonder what Tomasic's view of the ICTY was in November 2012? Epic fail.
    (Rory Yeomans, 30 November 2014 01:19)

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  2. Extreme Croatian nationalist politician and hatemonger Ruza Tomasic calling out extreme Serbian nationalist politician and hatemonger Vojislav Seselj: the day irony died.
    (Rory Yeomans, 30 November 2014 01:10)

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  3. If you want to deal with Šešelj, the most stupid thing you can do is to give attention to him. He is a ghost of the past. Now they are only feeding him. If the objective of the EP is to drive Serbia further into the powerrealm of Putin then they now did a really good job.
    MEPs are overpaid voting monkeys anyway. Some of them went to Kiev to show support for the revolution there which provided Putin with an opportunity to take Crimea. MEPs have geopolitical insight of lamp posts.

    And where was the EP when the ICTY released Gotovina and his buddies?
    (Joe A, 28 November 2014 11:30)

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  4. And immediately following that resolution Vojslav Seselj did not sleep very well. The EU parliament is one stop short of a joke. It was established to employ people who were incapable of attaining office in their respective countries. No one pays any attention to it.
    (sj, 28 November 2014 09:37)

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  5. Is that the same Croatian MEP Ruza Tomašević that said that would not like to see your child married to Serbian? Same one that said that there are too many Serbs in Croatia? Yes, Croatians are allowed not only hate speech but ethnic cleansing as well (to do what they say they will do). Serbia received clear message -> door to EU are closed, thank you EU!
    (Milica Ilic, 27 November 2014 21:13)

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  6. Did the resolution actually cite which words in the speech it categorized as "hate"?
    (Amnesty Yugoslavia, 27 November 2014 16:34)

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