Croatian Way - No Ethics

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#142 Nov 5, 2013
Jooosh04 wrote:
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No, but you had no problem (and with glee, I'm sure- any petty attempt to stain Croats) in posting it, did you?
Of course not. Look at all of what's said about Serbs.

Since: Jul 13

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#143 Nov 5, 2013
Jooosh04 wrote:
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So your friend just bitches about Croatia and you believe her no questions asked? I don't know who's more dumber in that case.
Nope. HE only talks about Serbia or Yugoslavia and never any hate speech against anyone or really any criticism for that matter. Which is why I was so surprised and horrified when I saw what was being posted over here and decided to stick around.Definitely not what I expected.

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#144 Nov 5, 2013
Jooosh04 wrote:
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The *yawn* is because I find your pathetic attempt at a slinging match boring, mundane and pathetic. If you're gonna slag us off, at least find something less predictable and more concrete.
You would prefer I post things similar to this article? Ok.

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#145 Nov 5, 2013
BTW Jooosh, your avatar is offensive.

“Whats the matter lolol”

Since: Jan 07

Toronto CANADA

#146 Nov 5, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
BTW Jooosh, your avatar is offensive.
yours is too bright turn it off!!

“Make burek, not war”

Since: Oct 13

Costa del Coventry

#147 Nov 5, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
<quoted text>I'm not interested in you no matter what age you are :)
I didn't say you were :D

“Make burek, not war”

Since: Oct 13

Costa del Coventry

#148 Nov 5, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
<quoted text>Haha. Liar.
I'm lying? Lol, you on crack or somethin?

“Make burek, not war”

Since: Oct 13

Costa del Coventry

#149 Nov 5, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
BTW Jooosh, your avatar is offensive.
As somebody who has Jewish family members, I don't find this avatar offensive at all. Mind your own bees-wax, if another Jew finds it offensive, then that's a different story.
pocahontas

Toronto, Canada

#150 Nov 6, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
<quoted text>Nope. HE only talks about Serbia or Yugoslavia and never any hate speech against anyone or really any criticism for that matter. Which is why I was so surprised and horrified when I saw what was being posted over here and decided to stick around.Definitely not what I expected.
So unlike the Serb who spent all of high school bugging me with his views on Croats. Never did ask him for his opinion, not once. lol

Since: Mar 13

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#151 Nov 6, 2013
We don't ask for your opinions, but here you are 'bugging' us with your views on Serbs.

Complementary 'lol' included.
pocahontas

Etobicoke, Canada

#152 Nov 6, 2013
Strahd wrote:
We don't ask for your opinions, but here you are 'bugging' us with your views on Serbs.
Complementary 'lol' included.
:-))

I haven't been around for a few days, so if you wouldn't mind pointing me in the direction of all of the discussions you've had with your fellow Serbs about anything nice. When will the time come when you stop using the presence of anyone here as a crutch hindering you from spreading your goodness and light? Never? lol

“Make burek, not war”

Since: Oct 13

Costa del Coventry

#153 Nov 6, 2013
pocahontas wrote:
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So unlike the Serb who spent all of high school bugging me with his views on Croats. Never did ask him for his opinion, not once. lol
Lol, same as the Polish girl who sat by me in College constantly bitching about Germans, you should have seen her face when after a whole year I finally told her my family was German, priceless :D
sergej_lavrov

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#154 Nov 6, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
Croatian girls are "crass, picky, lazy, and, most importantly, critical" = bitches
Nuff said
sergej_lavrov

Ljubljana, Slovenia

#155 Nov 6, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
http://www.unvamagazine.com/ed itorials/the-croatian-way/
The main feature of the Croatian Mentality is a superficial outlook on life that is focused on one thing: money.
A good example of this can be seen in our recent history, in our war. Croatia had a rough time throughout the 1990s because of the war for independence with our neighboring country, Serbia. During the war some Croatians fought for the freedom of their country, but others took advantage of the situation by smuggling anything and everything that could make money. We call these people war profiteers. Nowadays, most of these war profiteers have become rich and powerful businessmen who represent the elite society of Croatia. They socialize with politicians and other members of high society, and they are admired for their incredible wealth. I know what God thinks of money when I see to whom He has given it.
Sadly, Croatians actually make themselves poor to appear as though they are rich, and that reveals the depths of the Balkan Mentality. Many Croatians take large loans from banks to buy luxury cars that they will be paying off for the rest of their lives. And why do they do this? Because they want other Croatians to think that they have money, even if they don’t. Unreal but visible wealth is created out of invisible but quite real debt. Croatians have a deep-seated psychological need to use material wealth as the way to impress people — their neighbors, strangers, or people whom they don’t even like. Croatia has become so materialistic that it’s no wonder there is high rate of crime in Croatia — and again, widespread crime exposes a lack of ethics.
But what about those war heroes, the ones who tried to do the right thing, the ethical thing for their country? They are now neglected, they are poor and suffer “post traumatic stress” or other psychological problems from their war experiences. They represent poor society, they live on very low budgets, and many of them have problems with alcohol and violence. But we do not help them; instead, we look to those wealthy war profiteers and wish we were rich like them. This exposes the heart of the Croatian Mentality, and exposes a lack of humanity, a lack of strong values, a collapse in a nation’s ethics.
Croatia in its whole history was never an independent nation. We were always under the influence of other countries, so people were occupied with freedom rather than with money. After the war, we gained our freedom; but what next? Money and wealth is now the most important goal of Croatians, and that is just how society works in my country. Croatian society does not recognize higher values in life, and that is the biggest problem, that is the Croatian Mentality.
At present, the main goal in life for young Croatians is to become rich no matter what—and the “no matter what” part of that idea once again exposes the lack of any ethical considerations.
One of my friends has a rare opinion in Croatia: I would rather be hated for what I am than loved for what I am not. The majority of Croatians think the opposite, they prefer to be loved for what they are not.
Germans: God save us from war , famine and croats
Servonazis

United States

#156 Nov 6, 2013
sergej_lavrov wrote:
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Germans: God save us from war , famine and croats
God save us from the servoimposters and servian psychotic lunatics

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Since: Sep 13

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#157 Nov 6, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
<quoted text>Actually repetition is a valid strategy used when people are stubborn & refuse to see things from another POV. It's like putting up a wall.
How is it a valuable strategy? Repetition is a waste of time. Reiterating yourself and restating your opinions over and over again to prove a point is exactly that...pointless.

If someone IS intelligent enough to understand another's point of view or statements then no matter how stubborn they are they will still know deep down whether it's valid or false. Simply that. Shoving it down their throat is hardly an effective strategy; in fact you will make them resent your opinion even more EVEN IF they know it to be true.

If someone IS NOT intelligent enough to understand someone else's opinion than why would you keep repeating it to them? If they lack the capacity to understand it then there is nothing to be done...proving your point is a lost cause by then and hardly worth reiterating.

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#158 Nov 6, 2013
Paper Lace wrote:
<quoted text>Actually repetition is a valid strategy used when people are stubborn & refuse to see things from another POV. It's like putting up a wall.
Not attacking YOU here by the way or saying that you're wrong just saying it's a waste of time and gets you nowhere when you have to consistently repeat yourself to prove a point...it's really just someone's way of convincing themselves. Say it enough to themselves and eventually they'll believe it whether they know it's true or not.

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#159 Nov 6, 2013
pocahontas wrote:
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:-))
I haven't been around for a few days, so if you wouldn't mind pointing me in the direction of all of the discussions you've had with your fellow Serbs about anything nice. When will the time come when you stop using the presence of anyone here as a crutch hindering you from spreading your goodness and light? Never? lol


Well, you are right that having people like yourself and some of the other trolls makes it a little challenging for me sometimes in spreading goodwill around, but I try.

Since: Jul 13

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#160 Nov 6, 2013
Jooosh04 wrote:
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I'm lying?
That isn't an answer, that's a question.

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#161 Nov 6, 2013
Jooosh04 wrote:
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As somebody who has Jewish family members, I don't find this avatar offensive at all. Mind your own bees-wax, if another Jew finds it offensive, then that's a different story.
Are you serious?! "I have Jewish relatives so it's impossible for me to be anti semitic" LOL

I'm not Jewish and I don't even know anyone who's Jewish. It's offensive. Please change your pic.

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