1. The Hague is GUILTY of stealing 12 years of an innocent man's life. Who will pay for that?
    (njegos, 1 April 2016 22:01)

    Of course nobody will pay for something that did not happen! I'm not sure what you are talking about! Who is this man that the Hague stole 12 years of life of?!
    (icj1, 4 April 2016 23:12)

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  2. NOT GUILTY!! Ha,ha! The Hague is GUILTY of stealing 12 years of an innocent man's life. Who will pay for that?
    (njegos, 1 April 2016 22:01)

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  3. Every country has their Trump; the tragic-comic manifestation of the fool’s politick. The real test of a such anomalous leader’s ambitions, is to ask: what if they were not just baying at the moon in their backyard but rather in your neighbour’s yard directing their madness towards you? That is, would you want someone like him, proudly recounting his claim to infamy, leading the country neighboring you?
    He escaped legal culpability and he appears to know how to sleep at night unlike so many who can never sleep at ease knowing people like him still bark at night.
    (iko, 1 April 2016 11:40)

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  4. Who does Tihomir Oreskovic think he is? His opinion on this matter is completely invalid... he is not the leader of the EU. He is an ultra-nationalist Croat who actually think's his opinion is worth more than the other world leaders; it isn't.
    (Nik, 1 April 2016 10:19)

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  5. To bad! Hope Croatia and Bosnia find the proofs to convict hem. We all know that he is a war criminal.
    I think no matter how high Serbs must go – they always will “fall down” because are the only nation in Europe which treat like heroes the war criminals.
    (Joni, 1 April 2016 09:28)

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  6. Yes like for example, right now is the right time for Croatia to have a Canadian as PM. Tim is way over his head.
    (Ari Gold, 31 March 2016 18:13)

    Oreskovic is going to realize that Croatia is not Canada very quickly, the HDZ is using him as a puppet.
    (Jugoslavija, 31 March 2016 19:19)

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  7. Yawn.
    (factman, 31 March 2016 19:04)

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  8. LOL he said Seselj lit Croatian and EU flags on fire. Right, because that's a war crime? When Canadian raised Croatian PM Tim Oreskovic was asked about street signs in the Serbian alphabet, he said there's a right time for everything but now's not the right time. Yes like for example, right now is the right time for Croatia to have a Canadian as PM. Tim is way over his head.
    (Ari Gold, 31 March 2016 18:13)

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  9. blah blah blah the croats cry again hehhee just like you did in the war that you thought you won lol in which you won only in your dreams.........EU nobody cares for the EU that's why countries are wanting to leave the EU including ENGLAND......
    (ok, 31 March 2016 17:46)

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  10. I suppose somebody forgot to tell AIPAC, Robert Spencer and all others who influenced the verdict that this guy was also a pal of Saddam Hussein. Moron Trump is probably going to invite him to the white house even.
    (trendyhappens, 31 March 2016 13:33)

    To Lies Trendyhappens or whatever!,
    Stop your lies,Seselj and Saddam Hussein never meet,let alone a pal.
    Ask Regan and Bush Snj,that where best pal's with Saddam Hussein, and supported (selling and giving away free ARM'S and WEAPON'S) him against the War 1980's against Iran.So USA are where is PAL'S!.
    (sasa.p from Jagodina, Serbia, 31 March 2016 15:38)

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  11. "In a statement for the N1 broadcaster, he hinted that Zagreb might continue to block Serbia's EU membership talks unless Serbia "behaves in the right way.""

    Don't flatter yourself Timmy. Serbia's not the country that gets hysterical over an alphabet, believes that Nazi-era slogans shouted at football matches are healthy expressions of love of country, and marks an event of mass ethnic cleansing into a fun-filled family holiday hosted by Thompson and Friends and attended by "national heroes" acquitted for far greater crimes committed in the 1990s.
    (Balkan Anthropologist, 31 March 2016 15:12)

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  12. After hysteria over few refugees, I doubt hrvats can use the traditional 'Seselj was a symbol of hate and intolerance' speech. Croats reacted to those refugees as if it were serbs returning back home.
    (funnythough, 31 March 2016 13:36)

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  13. I suppose somebody forgot to tell AIPAC, Robert Spencer and all others who influenced the verdict that this guy was also a pal of Saddam Hussein. Moron Trump is probably going to invite him to the white house even.
    (trendyhappens, 31 March 2016 13:33)

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  14. Oreskovis, Ustashka posla!
    (sj, 31 March 2016 13:15)

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  15. EU member state Croatzia, where when the Isreali's came to Zagreb to play football recently, they were met with the croatian Sieg Heil! 'Za dom sepremeni'.

    The Israelis were mightily unhappy with that but no one in the West cares about 'small nazis' in Croatia & the Ukraine because they are Serbophobes and Russophobes. They are bothered with others (sic Slovakia) because they aren't Serbophobes and Russophobes..

    As for Croatia's threats to stop Serbia joining the EU, good! The pattern will repeat itself as it did last time they made such threats with the big member states leaning heavily on Zagreb until it changed its mind. Either way, Serbia isn't joining for a while.
    (EU Dude, 31 March 2016 13:02)

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  16. What was the Ustase government's reaction to the acquittal of Gotovina and Markic?
    (nevertrustapapist, 31 March 2016 12:53)

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  17. ""As we fulfilled all the criteria, so will Serbia," Oreskovic added."
    Yes, because all Serbs can go back to Croatia and reclaim what was taken from them without facing any obstacles. Oh wait....they can't and that is against the conditions that the EU set. But the EU itself is not so loyal to its own principles anyway.
    (Joe A, 31 March 2016 12:53)

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