Croatia, Slovenia Prepare Border Arbitration

There are 20 comments on the BalkanInsight.com story from Jan 11, 2012, titled Croatia, Slovenia Prepare Border Arbitration. In it, BalkanInsight.com reports that:

Croatia and Slovenia are expected to launch their border arbitration proceedings shortly, after Brussels announced it would propose a list of judges by the end of the month.

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truth

Perth, Australia

#1 Jan 11, 2012
Slovenia constantly working against croat..i am going revil slovenia secret if you zuc ones more against my people!
UruEuWauWau

Milpitas, CA

#2 Jan 11, 2012
Ne 4e biti ni6ta od toga -- sve ye to lo6e za nacionalne interese Hrvatske, yako lo6e. U Hrvatskoy sve veleizdaynik do veleizdaynika na vlasti. Treba dovu4i malo hrvatske diyaspora6e da se vi6e i dyelatniye uklyu4e u politi4ki jivot domovine, a ne samo srati po forumima. ;-D
truth

Perth, Australia

#4 Jan 11, 2012
entire sun system
its set up
from all enternity
bum before they catch up
Ah well

Beograd, Serbia

#5 Jan 11, 2012
The monster creature called Croatia today should be divided onto real authentic Croatia, i.e. the area immediately around Zagreb, one eighth of the current size; former Hungarian Szlavonia megye; former Serbian and later Italian Dalmatia (Dalmazia); Italian Istria; The Serbian Militaergraentze of the Austrian Empire (Srpska Vojna Krajina); and the Ragusan (Dubrovnik) Republic, an Ottoman Turkish vassal state.
UruEuWauWau

Milpitas, CA

#6 Jan 11, 2012
Ah well wrote:
The monster creature called Croatia today should be divided onto real authentic Croatia, i.e. the area immediately around Zagreb, one eighth of the current size; former Hungarian Szlavonia megye; former Serbian and later Italian Dalmatia (Dalmazia); Italian Istria; The Serbian Militaergraentze of the Austrian Empire (Srpska Vojna Krajina); and the Ragusan (Dubrovnik) Republic, an Ottoman Turkish vassal state.
I nakon toga ti liyepo potanko i polako svi Hrvati izyebu cigansko-tursku mater, srpska budalo bez opanaka. ;-) & Serbia should be broken in 1/20th where only historical 'Pashaluk of Belgrade' should be considered Serbian, but popul8d mostly w/ Balkan Gypsies. ;-P Now fuhck off, ya dumb trollin' black Gypsy cuhnt. ;-D
Ah well

Beograd, Serbia

#7 Jan 11, 2012
UruEuWauWau wrote:
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I nakon toga ti liyepo potanko i polako svi Hrvati izyebu cigansko-tursku mater, srpska budalo bez opanaka. ;-) & Serbia should be broken in 1/20th where only historical 'Pashaluk of Belgrade' should be considered Serbian, but popul8d mostly w/ Balkan Gypsies. ;-P Now fuhck off, ya dumb trollin' black Gypsy cuhnt. ;-D
I nakon toga ti lepo potanko i polako svi buldozi i doge koje drze Beogradjani izjebu cigansko-tursku krmacu mater, ustaska budalo bez mozga, a tokom 150 godina turska slugo. ;-)

On a second thought, Croatia should be broken in more parts, including the historical 'Pasalik of Pozhega'(note that the spelling is "pasalik" NOT "pashaluk" as can be seen on weikipedia!).

Croatia of today is considered by a few morons as "Croatian", but popul8d mostly by Serbs who converted to Roman-Catholicism in the 19th century (cf. "Pilipenda" by Simo Matavulj), croatiansied Slovenes (Kajkavians), croatianised Italians (Dalmatia) and croatiansied Hungarians and Hungarian Gypsies. ;-P

Now phuck off, ya dumb trollin' ustasha retard cvnt. ;-D
pocahontas

Mississauga, Canada

#8 Jan 11, 2012
Ah well wrote:
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Hiding out from Austriacus Mr. my favourite word is moron Ah Well?

haha!!!

Since: Feb 09

Footscray, Australia

#9 Jan 11, 2012
pocahontas wrote:
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Hiding out from Austriacus Mr. my favourite word is moron Ah Well?
haha!!!
Bok stranger how are you and family. Happy New Year. Regards to the whole family. BOG I HRVATI OD IVICE

Since: Feb 11

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#11 Jan 11, 2012
Ah well wrote:
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I nakon toga ti lepo potanko i polako svi buldozi i doge koje drze Beogradjani izjebu cigansko-tursku krmacu mater, ustaska budalo bez mozga, a tokom 150 godina turska slugo. ;-)
On a second thought, Croatia should be broken in more parts, including the historical 'Pasalik of Pozhega'(note that the spelling is "pasalik" NOT "pashaluk" as can be seen on weikipedia!).
Croatia of today is considered by a few morons as "Croatian", but popul8d mostly by Serbs who converted to Roman-Catholicism in the 19th century (cf. "Pilipenda" by Simo Matavulj), croatiansied Slovenes (Kajkavians), croatianised Italians (Dalmatia) and croatiansied Hungarians and Hungarian Gypsies. ;-P
Now phuck off, ya dumb trollin' ustasha retard cvnt. ;-D
nice to know that there are idiotic trolls such as yourself on the forums nowdays, talking shit everyday basically.
truth

Perth, Australia

#12 Jan 11, 2012
zato su cetnici izgubili rat ww2
srbi su sluzili muslimane kao vassali
a znaju drugom nesto reci
a i muslimani su imali handzar divison
see
ha ha
Tesko male ljude i male zene pobijediti!
David pobijedi Golijata!
Za vrime ww2 u nasoj kuci su bile British Churchill
Misionary 3x man baza komanda..ajde ajde oladi
NASA JE KUCA GORILA U PLAMENU I OBITELJ ZBOG TOGA POKLANA!
Vi ste poslije okrecali kape lagali i proglasli sebe pobjednicima i pisali lazi o povjesti Hrvatskog naroda!

Gdje ste vi bili i sto ste pobijedili ama bas nista..
Kad je Churchill poslao svoje misije 3X onda ste vi cetnici i muslimani izgubili rat sa Musulinijom!
Sa Musulinojom ste zelili Dalmaciju i nije vam uspilo!Sto se tice nas u mom kraju nije bilo ni srba ni muslimana i moji nisu ubili nijednog onako kako ste vi pisali!Uvijek krivo pisete i krivo svjedocite!
UruEuWauWau

Milpitas, CA

#14 Jan 12, 2012
Ah well wrote:
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I nakon toga ti lepo potanko i polako svi buldozi i doge koje drze Beogradjani izjebu cigansko-tursku krmacu mater, ustaska budalo bez mozga, a tokom 150 godina turska slugo. ;-)
On a second thought, Croatia should be broken in more parts, including the historical 'Pasalik of Pozhega'(note that the spelling is "pasalik" NOT "pashaluk" as can be seen on weikipedia!).
Croatia of today is considered by a few morons as "Croatian", but popul8d mostly by Serbs who converted to Roman-Catholicism in the 19th century (cf. "Pilipenda" by Simo Matavulj), croatiansied Slovenes (Kajkavians), croatianised Italians (Dalmatia) and croatiansied Hungarians and Hungarian Gypsies. ;-P
Now phuck off, ya dumb trollin' ustasha retard cvnt. ;-D
Au, bre, ne6to si mi mlogo dockan dok yede6 govna, bre. Niye ti neki fazon, budalice. ;-) Ako, ako, treba da vidi6 kako izgleda kad ti yebem onu tvoyu kurvinsku cigansko-baliysku srpsku kevu u bazdivu neopranu pi4ku dok se kuya za teranye talasa u vlastitim govnima i gotivi mi brazilsku kitu pa mi malkice lije yaya, i ti je slu6a6 kako prvo tiho stenye a onda glasno yau4e. ;-D
UruEuWauWau

Milpitas, CA

#15 Jan 12, 2012
Ah well wrote:
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I nakon toga ti lepo potanko i polako svi buldozi i doge koje drze Beogradjani izjebu cigansko-tursku krmacu mater, ustaska budalo bez mozga, a tokom 150 godina turska slugo. ;-)
On a second thought, Croatia should be broken in more parts, including the historical 'Pasalik of Pozhega'(note that the spelling is "pasalik" NOT "pashaluk" as can be seen on weikipedia!).
Croatia of today is considered by a few morons as "Croatian", but popul8d mostly by Serbs who converted to Roman-Catholicism in the 19th century (cf. "Pilipenda" by Simo Matavulj), croatiansied Slovenes (Kajkavians), croatianised Italians (Dalmatia) and croatiansied Hungarians and Hungarian Gypsies. ;-P
Now phuck off, ya dumb trollin' ustasha retard cvnt. ;-D
Pa ti onda 4aletu natanane merdevinama na djubrivu cepam usrana pederska usta dok mu cigani iz Nee6a i okolice nabiyayu 6argarepu srednye veli4ine u srpsko bazdivo dupence. ;^D Ima bre da ti se Sveti Sava izdrka po celoy yebenoy tursko-ciganskoy familiyi, pa za drugo i niste, govno iz Srbiye bez mozga i slovenskog porekla. ;-) I nemoy da mi pri4a6 bre o Turcima i godinama, izyebali vas Turci, 6iptari i cigani na sve na4ine za 500 godina, kao ovi ovde severnoameri4ki belci svoye crna4ke robovske pi4kice. ;-) 6teta samo 6to Turci nisu crnye, pa da vidimo koliko crna4ke i meleske Srbiye stvarno ima na svetu, ma ima barem nekih 7 miliyona, mayke vam ga nabiyem retardirane srpske i neslovenske. ;-D I stand corrected w/ my previous post, Srbia should be broken in 1/60ths & every 1/60th should be given to Turks & Gypsies under control. ;-P Not even Pashaluk of Belgrade should be left to Serbs, who are basically a mixture of Turks & Gypsies. ;-) Now fuhck off, ya phagg retarded Slavic Serbian wannabe trollin' modgie cuhnt. I pozdravi mi kevu, ima da yoy opet cepam u dupe celu no4 dok mi kurvinska lepoyka milo peva a onda posle yau4e. I nemoy da mi kopira6 osmehe i stil. Kao 6to rekoh, niye ti fazon. Kapira6 bre?! Keheheh ;-D
pocahontas

Mississauga, Canada

#16 Jan 12, 2012
Ivica Melbourne wrote:
<quoted text>Bok stranger how are you and family. Happy New Year. Regards to the whole family. BOG I HRVATI OD IVICE
Everything is good over on this side of the world. Thank you and Happy New Year to you and your family.
wtf is a krajina

Adelaide, Australia

#17 Jan 12, 2012
Ah well wrote:
The monster creature called Croatia today should be divided onto real authentic Croatia, i.e. the area immediately around Zagreb, one eighth of the current size; former Hungarian Szlavonia megye; former Serbian and later Italian Dalmatia (Dalmazia); Italian Istria; The Serbian Militaergraentze of the Austrian Empire (Srpska Vojna Krajina); and the Ragusan (Dubrovnik) Republic, an Ottoman Turkish vassal state.
This is the funny thing and where you will always fall over like a fkn drunk on payday with your Nacertanije theories.

Take the beautiful Croatian province of Dalmatia for example. Since the 6th century, unlike the Serb nobility, Croatian Dukes, Princes and Kings had their seat of power located in coastal Dalmatian cities and the Croatian people have a recorded 1400 year history in Dalmatia of trade with neighbouring states, ship building, a maritime history and archaeological evidence of Croat mortuary assemblages in Dalmatian cities all along the coast.

If you believe that some half a.ss presence in Hum or Zahumlje over 1000 years ago, whose borders may have extended to the sea, itís worth noting that the inland mountain ranges or the hinterland is as close as you ever got to the sea, and the evidence suggests as much. Lmfao, Serbs with a maritime history? Donít get me wrong, the majority Serbs are good people but Im trying to imagine you fkrs on the beach, or even a boat for that matter prior to the inception of Jugoslavija.

Címon man, just because Serbs saw the fkn ocean for the first time in 1918, that doesnít automatically equate to Croats being Catholic Serbs, or the even more hilarious notion of a Serbian Dalmatian. Hehehehe thanks for the laughs anyway.

Kome bi sumilo more moje sinje da Hrvatske nije.
wtf is a krajina

Adelaide, Australia

#18 Jan 12, 2012
As for the slovenes, you've already got 2km of coastline you greedy bastar.ds, now fk off and come back when you learn how to swim.
Marko J

Beograd, Serbia

#19 Jan 12, 2012
wtf is a krajina wrote:
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This is the funny thing and where you will always fall over like a fkn drunk on payday with your Nacertanije theories.
Take the beautiful Croatian province of Dalmatia for example. Since the 6th century, unlike the Serb nobility, Croatian Dukes, Princes and Kings had their seat of power located in coastal Dalmatian cities and the Croatian people have a recorded 1400 year history in Dalmatia of trade with neighbouring states, ship building, a maritime history and archaeological evidence of Croat mortuary assemblages in Dalmatian cities all along the coast.
If you believe that some half a.ss presence in Hum or Zahumlje over 1000 years ago, whose borders may have extended to the sea, itís worth noting that the inland mountain ranges or the hinterland is as close as you ever got to the sea, and the evidence suggests as much. Lmfao, Serbs with a maritime history? Donít get me wrong, the majority Serbs are good people but Im trying to imagine you fkrs on the beach, or even a boat for that matter prior to the inception of Jugoslavija.
Címon man, just because Serbs saw the fkn ocean for the first time in 1918, that doesnít automatically equate to Croats being Catholic Serbs, or the even more hilarious notion of a Serbian Dalmatian. Hehehehe thanks for the laughs anyway.
Kome bi sumilo more moje sinje da Hrvatske nije.
Dalmatia was NEVER a part of Croatia until the creation of Banovina Croatia in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

Simple fact of history. Even in Austria-Hungary (a single country) Dalmatia was a province of Asutria, and Croatia a province of Hungary.

Of course Szlavonia was a different province.

Since: Feb 11

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#20 Jan 13, 2012
Marko J wrote:
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Dalmatia was NEVER a part of Croatia until the creation of Banovina Croatia in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
Simple fact of history. Even in Austria-Hungary (a single country) Dalmatia was a province of Asutria, and Croatia a province of Hungary.
Of course Szlavonia was a different province.
lol so u dont really know anything about Dalmatia? because u would know that Dalmatia was constantly ruled by various Kingdoms/powers in the middle ages, Byzantine empire, Franks, Austro-hungary, Croatian Kingdom,. oh look!! Croatian kingdom, so that means it was apart of croatia before Jugoslavia,>> mars!!!
wtf is krajina

Adelaide, Australia

#21 Jan 13, 2012
Marko J wrote:
<quoted text>Dalmatia was NEVER a part of Croatia until the creation of Banovina Croatia in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

Simple fact of history. Even in Austria-Hungary (a single country) Dalmatia was a province of Asutria, and Croatia a province of Hungary.

Of course Szlavonia was a different province.
Keep beating your head against the wall if you like but the simple 'fact' is that the Pacta conventa ensured historical continuity of the Croatian state and preserved its territorial integrity, i sad mozete samo da nam popusite kurac ako to vam smeta.
truth

Perth, Australia

#22 Jan 13, 2012
kako se lipo razgovaraju korjeni from white and red Croatia land which italian church leders call
Croatia Alba and Croatia Rubea up to Drac near Albania border
Drina cura fina..da da e pa sad mora da su stigli sa marsa

see
hand ''N'' hand by God creator
mum
from all enternity
byyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
djecice
mir zadrzite mir..svak u svoje babe kuha rucak..jelte
Ah well

Beograd, Serbia

#23 Jan 13, 2012
wtf is krajina wrote:
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Keep beating your head against the wall if you like but the simple 'fact' is that the Pacta conventa ensured historical continuity of the Croatian state and preserved its territorial integrity, i sad mozete samo da nam popusite kurac ako to vam smeta.
Pacta Conventa was a HUNGARIAN document, related to Croatia NOT INCLUDING EVEN SZLAVONIA MEGYE, LET ALONE DALMATIA that was NEVER a part of Croatia until the creation of Banovina Croatia in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

Simple fact of history.

Even in Austria-Hungary (a single country) Dalmatia was a province of Asutria, and Croatia a province of Hungary. Of course Szlavonia was a different province.

A sada mozete da nam polizete cmar, ustase. Naravno, prvo cemod a vam povadimo sve zube, jer grizete kao pseta.

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