How Croatia and Serbia buried the hat...

How Croatia and Serbia buried the hatchet

There are 78 comments on the BBC News story from Apr 29, 2013, titled How Croatia and Serbia buried the hatchet. In it, BBC News reports that:

In 1991 Croatia was in flames. Montenegrin troops from the Yugoslav army were bombarding the historic city of Dubrovnik and, with its backing, rebel Croatian Serbs were carving out one-third of the country.

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reality

Pascoe Vale, Australia

#1 Apr 29, 2013
Who said that the hatchet was ever buried, topix.com ?
Kurvatica

Adelaide, Australia

#2 Apr 29, 2013
Thays actualy a good article. Unbiased
Kurvatica

Adelaide, Australia

#3 Apr 29, 2013
That's *

“Mr C and S”

Since: Feb 09

Bracaland

#4 Apr 29, 2013
not nice, is it, brother fighting brother....leaving the bosnians out makes them look not good..what happened to the old brotherhood and kinship?
anton

Pascoe Vale, Australia

#6 Apr 30, 2013
brotherhood and unity is a yugoslav communist myth - it was forged on the blood of Croatian people 1945-1990
blimey wrote:
not nice, is it, brother fighting brother....leaving the bosnians out makes them look not good..what happened to the old brotherhood and kinship?
Dalmatin

Pascoe Vale, Australia

#7 Apr 30, 2013
what blood you croat nazi? It were Serbs who paid the biggest price in both shugoslavias and STILL they are paying

Never again!
Dalmatino

Australia

#8 Apr 30, 2013
Never? what about half the war reparations you took from Germany by inventing 100's of thousands of Ustase victims. Where's our cut of the loot? or did you blow it all?
Ivan the Bosanac

Bexley, Australia

#9 Apr 30, 2013
My opinion, hatchet has been buried. Croatia's objectives have been achieved. Why keep fighting if objectives have been achieved?

Btw, Did any of you other "Croats" go and watch Skoro when he was in Sydney recently?
I wouldn't mind doing a quick quiz to work out how many croats there are on this forum and how many of the following dregs are lurking about under various aliases
*. Serbs masquerading as croats
*. Tito loving yugoslaveni who claim to be croats but would say they are yugoslaveni if it meant they would receive benefit in the form of something as little as a can of Pal dogfood to feed their pathetic selves?

Anyone up for abit of trivia?
koko

Canterbury, UK

#10 Apr 30, 2013
The balkans are dying in terms of population growth, soon there won't be a Bosnia, Croatia or Serbia
we all hate albos

London, UK

#11 Apr 30, 2013
what a stupid article, we still hate eachothers guts
Dalmatin

Brisbane, Australia

#12 May 1, 2013
Ivan the Bosanac wrote:
My opinion, hatchet has been buried. Croatia's objectives have been achieved. Why keep fighting if objectives have been achieved?
Btw, Did any of you other "Croats" go and watch Skoro when he was in Sydney recently?
I wouldn't mind doing a quick quiz to work out how many croats there are on this forum and how many of the following dregs are lurking about under various aliases
*. Serbs masquerading as croats
*. Tito loving yugoslaveni who claim to be croats but would say they are yugoslaveni if it meant they would receive benefit in the form of something as little as a can of Pal dogfood to feed their pathetic selves?
Anyone up for abit of trivia?
The only truth of the matter is that a certain group of hateful fascists going around in Australia both Serbs & Croats have one thing in common & that is theyre hate for the Great Josip Broz Tito , whose only crime was to try & heal the old wounds between the South Slav people's & theyre Hungarian, Bulgarian & Albanian neighbours
Kurvatica

Adelaide, Australia

#13 May 1, 2013
Dalmatin wrote:
<quoted text>The only truth of the matter is that a certain group of hateful fascists going around in Australia both Serbs & Croats have one thing in common & that is theyre hate for the Great Josip Broz Tito , whose only crime was to try & heal the old wounds between the South Slav people's & theyre Hungarian, Bulgarian & Albanian neighbours
What makes you think we have that in common? You're an idiot. Tito was the only and the greatest leader of the south slavs. Dont put words in other peoples mouth.
Dalmatin

Australia

#14 May 1, 2013
Kurvatica wrote:
<quoted text> What makes you think we have that in common? You're an idiot. Tito was the only and the greatest leader of the south slavs. Dont put words in other peoples mouth.
It is a sad fact. The vast majority of Serbs, Croats & theyre descendants here in Australia hated Tito & continue to.
MAKS

Australia

#15 May 1, 2013
Kurvatica wrote:
<quoted text> What makes you think we have that in common? You're an idiot. Tito was the only and the greatest leader of the south slavs. Dont put words in other peoples mouth.
You are in the minority of serbs who think that way about tito. It is true that the serbs loved tito before the 90s because he created a greater serbia for them called jugoslavija, but after the 90s when it all fell apart majority of the serbs hate tito even more then the Croats ever did!
we all hate albos

London, UK

#16 May 1, 2013
Kurvatica wrote:
<quoted text> What makes you think we have that in common? You're an idiot. Tito was the only and the greatest leader of the south slavs. Dont put words in other peoples mouth.
he was a piece of sh*t that gave away Serb territories in kosovo! we lost vukovar in the late 1940's and about 32% of territories to siptars thanks to him.
Ulhman

Canterbury, UK

#17 May 1, 2013
Yugoslavia was a federation of several countries
we all hate albos

London, UK

#18 May 1, 2013
MAKS wrote:
<quoted text>
You are in the minority of serbs who think that way about tito. It is true that the serbs loved tito before the 90s because he created a greater serbia for them called jugoslavija, but after the 90s when it all fell apart majority of the serbs hate tito even more then the Croats ever did!
true Serbs hate tito, many Serbs regard him as an ustasa.
MAKS

Australia

#19 May 1, 2013
we all hate albos wrote:
<quoted text>true Serbs hate tito, many Serbs regard him as an ustasa.
And many croats see him as a commie chetnik. Which ever way you look at it he was TRASH!
simon says

Pascoe Vale, Australia

#20 May 1, 2013
Your so called beloved tito was a british agent. True josip broz tito died, and the bastard took away his identity. Just observe how he poorly speaks Serbian, it takes him an hour to form a proper sentence.
we all hate albos

London, UK

#21 May 1, 2013
MAKS wrote:
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And many croats see him as a commie chetnik. Which ever way you look at it he was TRASH!
how could that be when he always did favours for croats but never Serbs?

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