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    Quote Originally Posted by Moje ime View Post
    @Stearsolina Vucic is bigger "Evropejac" today then Tadic was. They are just figures, all the same. Creators are outside.
    No doubt. He is in mutti lap. Kolinda is American poodle. But she doesn't have dark past, unlike him. Serbia should find somebody clean of 90s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stearsolina View Post
    That's in realm of speculation. Hungarians, Albanians and good part of Croats wouldn't be very co-operative. Don't forget King Alexander was shot by VMRO man, so Macedonians weren't so thrilled with Serbs as it seems.
    Yugoslavia had many enemies, enlarged Serbia woouldn't lack them either.
    We had problem with all of them in Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and they were dealt with. Serbia would have something that Yugoslavia never had and that is national unity and united nation, also you cant compere modern day Serbia and our society with Serbia from early 1900s. At the time we had powerful allies in France, UK and USA and we were generally respected by world unlike now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stearsolina View Post
    Serbs in Croatia have guarenteed places in parliament, while Croats in Serbia don't, you could give them the same benefits for a start.
    We simply don't want Vučić in Croatia, she invited him without consulting with government. Somebody else would be more acceptable, but not him, not Dačić, Vulin and such clique.

    Did they archeieve much in these two days ? I am not so sure...
    They dont have guaranted, but they have one in assembly:
    http://www.parlament.gov.rs/TOMISLAV...V.973.891.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morlak View Post
    We had problem with all of them in Kingdom of Yugoslavia, and they were dealt with. Serbia would have something that Yugoslavia never had and that is national unity and united nation, also you cant compere modern day Serbia and our society with Serbia from early 1900s. At the time we had powerful allies in France, UK and USA and we were generally respected by world unlike now.
    Ok, I see your point. Fair enough, but I think it would fail in the end, southern slavs and their neighbours (with exception of Bosniaks) entered 20th century with fully developed national conscience.
    That's why both Yugoslavia's failed, and I don't think Great Serbia fate would have been any different, powerful allies or not. Let's agree to disagree

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moje ime View Post
    You don't deserve to be in EU with such thinking. Kolinda did normal thing that is expected from any normal country.
    Tadic did apologize, isn't he? But question is when you're going to apologize for Serbia's victims? Both sides had victims.

    I am apolitical, I don't care about Vucic, Tadic, Milosevic, Kolinda etc. I'm sick of war themes, and very
    disappointed that there (Serbia, Croatia) are still so much closed mind people.

    I heard that Vucic listed some things that Serbia did for Croatian minority here in Serbia (Vojvodina) lately.
    When you're going to do something for Serbs in Croatia? I'm not
    sure there are any at all. Isn't that what is done here enough apology, better then empty words?

    Tadic did apologize and that wasn't a question with this visit, it was Vucic's personal past for which he should, only if he feels guilty, give a personal apology. If he doesn't, he should at least acknowledge that he was advocating for a Greater Serbia on the occupied Croatian territory, not deny it like he did, even though there are multiple videos of him. This has nothing to do with Serbs and Serbia, but him personally and his past. When Tadic visited no one cared.

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    Pointless tax money spending, Serbia's and Croatia's politics will always be polar opposites, if there's a possibility for economists and businessmen to cooperate let them have free reign, otherwise the two should fuck off each other.

    „Beer has it's own way of sorting things out, does it not?“

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