Lifelong Yugoslav dictator 'was not of Yugoslav origin'

Aug 20, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: B92

Broz - who came to power in the post-WW2, single-party communist Yugoslavia, and remained president until his death in 1980 - was officially of mixed Croat-Slovenian heritage.

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Tito spoke kajkavian dialect, which is just a form of Slovenian language. Real Croatian language was Chakavian. While Shtokavian was Serbian language based on a East Hercegovinian dialect.
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haha wrote:
Tito spoke kajkavian dialect, which is just a form of Slovenian language. Real Croatian language was Chakavian. While Shtokavian was Serbian language based on a East Hercegovinian dialect.
I have no problem with that view, it makes perfect sense.

We must all remember that Tito was very close to his Slovenian mother more so than his Croatian father who was a bastard.

It is not surprising or nor should it be seen as a revelation that the Great Tito spoke a kajkavian dialect. As most boys grow up in Slavic societies closer to their mothers rather than their fathers.
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Now in regards to this B92 article, again no surprises in regards to his speech patterns but regardless there is no evidence to suggest that Tito was not Croato-Slovene . This article is full of holes in that regard.

Tito spent many horrific years as a Soviet Russian P.O.W. & probably met with a lot of Polaks in the Russian gulags. Tito also spent many years as a protege of the Soviet political system. Why is it surprising then that Tito spoke Kajkavian with a little Russian/Polish twist to it !?
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the C.I.A. can go & get stuffed
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......................bunch of imperialistic idiotics
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haha wrote:
Tito spoke kajkavian dialect, which is just a form of Slovenian language. Real Croatian language was Chakavian. While Shtokavian was Serbian language based on a East Hercegovinian dialect.
another servian myth and lie
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Dr Milan Sufflay wrote:
..........bunch of imperialistic idiotics
servian stupidity
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Serbonazis wrote:
<quoted text>servian stupidity
Australian Croatian brilliance , i am not Servian
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tito was the british agent and freemason chosen for the balkan zone. Real josip broz died and tito whom we know took his identity. "tito" kept good connections with his superiors in london and was attending the freemason gatherings regularily
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And that's why he couldn't speak the language perfectly as well, because he wasnt from balkan at all

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haha wrote:
Tito spoke kajkavian dialect, which is just a form of Slovenian language. Real Croatian language was Chakavian. While Shtokavian was Serbian language based on a East Hercegovinian dialect.
All European country's have different dialects you silly chedo

Cakavian was used in early medieval Croatia and Kajkavian is not Slovenian but an old proto Slavic Croatian dialect and is similar but not the same as the Slovenian language. The similarities are due to the fact that Croats and Slovenes still retain their proto Slavic words in their language unlike the Serbs who virtually lost their original proto Slavic language after the 1400s about the time when the Turks wiped out the original Serbs.

As for Stokavian it was never spoken by the original Serbs. Stokavian came much later in history at around the 1300s and influenced the Serbs and Croats at around the same time.

Croats and Serbs simply made their own version of Stokavian. At least Croats retain their proto Slavic dialects unlike Serbs who lost all of it after 1389

The big irony is that in old Serbia/Raska-north Kosovo the so called heart of old Serbia the inhabitants native language is Torlak not Stokavian.

Its funny with you Serbs because you claim to be pure Slavs but that's far from the truth. Serbia has a long history of heavy Turkish infusion and in north Serbia the Serbs there have Roma origins wile in south Serbia the Serbs there have Albanian origins. I have several sources for this infomration, Would you like to talk about this and make a new thread on the matter?

You get brainwashed with that Seselj rubbish but don't worry i will teach you to be humble.
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SOKOL OvO wrote:
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All European country's have different dialects you silly chedo
Cakavian was used in early medieval Croatia and Kajkavian is not Slovenian but an old proto Slavic Croatian dialect and is similar but not the same as the Slovenian language. The similarities are due to the fact that Croats and Slovenes still retain their proto Slavic words in their language unlike the Serbs who virtually lost their original proto Slavic language after the 1400s about the time when the Turks wiped out the original Serbs.
As for Stokavian it was never spoken by the original Serbs. Stokavian came much later in history at around the 1300s and influenced the Serbs and Croats at around the same time.
Croats and Serbs simply made their own version of Stokavian. At least Croats retain their proto Slavic dialects unlike Serbs who lost all of it after 1389
The big irony is that in old Serbia/Raska-north Kosovo the so called heart of old Serbia the inhabitants native language is Torlak not Stokavian.
Its funny with you Serbs because you claim to be pure Slavs but that's far from the truth. Serbia has a long history of heavy Turkish infusion and in north Serbia the Serbs there have Roma origins wile in south Serbia the Serbs there have Albanian origins. I have several sources for this infomration, Would you like to talk about this and make a new thread on the matter?
You get brainwashed with that Seselj rubbish but don't worry i will teach you to be humble.
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SOKOL OvO wrote:
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in north Serbia the Serbs there have Roma origins
Have you been drinking ?

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TTito was the most notorious Balkan and Yugoslava murderer
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True croatian language was wiped out by Hungarians 1097

Croats in Vojvodina have Catholic Albanian origin
Croats in BiH have Vlach and Roma origin
Croats in Dalmatia have Vlach origin
Croats in Zagorje have Slovene and Hungarian origin

Biggest Vlach DNA percentage are in Croats and Bosniaks
SOKOL OvO wrote:
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All European country's have different dialects you silly chedo
Cakavian was used in early medieval Croatia and Kajkavian is not Slovenian but an old proto Slavic Croatian dialect and is similar but not the same as the Slovenian language. The similarities are due to the fact that Croats and Slovenes still retain their proto Slavic words in their language unlike the Serbs who virtually lost their original proto Slavic language after the 1400s about the time when the Turks wiped out the original Serbs.
As for Stokavian it was never spoken by the original Serbs. Stokavian came much later in history at around the 1300s and influenced the Serbs and Croats at around the same time.
Croats and Serbs simply made their own version of Stokavian. At least Croats retain their proto Slavic dialects unlike Serbs who lost all of it after 1389
The big irony is that in old Serbia/Raska-north Kosovo the so called heart of old Serbia the inhabitants native language is Torlak not Stokavian.
Its funny with you Serbs because you claim to be pure Slavs but that's far from the truth. Serbia has a long history of heavy Turkish infusion and in north Serbia the Serbs there have Roma origins wile in south Serbia the Serbs there have Albanian origins. I have several sources for this infomration, Would you like to talk about this and make a new thread on the matter?
You get brainwashed with that Seselj rubbish but don't worry i will teach you to be humble.
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Of course he was not Croat.

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VojnikCro wrote:
Of course he was not Croat.
LOL
For once your actually right !

He was half Croat half Slovene
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haha wrote:
Tito spoke kajkavian dialect, which is just a form of Slovenian language. Real Croatian language was Chakavian. While Shtokavian was Serbian language based on a East Hercegovinian dialect.
Well said.

....... "Kajkavian is thus generally considered a dialect of Serbo-Croatian , it is closer to neighboring Slovene than it is to Chakavian or Shtokavian."

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