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svirr Jul 3 2013, 8:06am replied:

ne razumijem zašto se upuštaš u ovakve bespotrebne rasprave.

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Mennano Aug 11 2013, 6:45am replied:


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svirr Aug 21 2013, 7:17am replied:

tvoj komentar je ogledalo tvoje inteligencije. strašno.

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Mennano Aug 27 2013, 12:32pm replied:

Ali ja nisam slav. Ko voli "Slavia"? Prava glupa stvar, slavi su krmetinja.

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Slavian Oct 26 2013, 11:26pm replied:

Hmmm, do I understand correctly? You wrote that you're not a Slav. I thought that people in Bosnia and Hercegovina are Slavs, either cristians or moslims. Please, explain. Because, if we now start dividing ourselves based on faith that would be the ultimate triumph of the Western Propaganda. To me, we are Slavs in the first place, then come other believes and parties. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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Mennano Aug 27 2013, 12:44pm replied:

Please read this stupid, this was written by experts and not by nationalistic serbians...

Contrary to frequent Serb and Croat nationalist claims, Bosnia and Herzegovina constitutes a historical entity which has its own identity and its own history. These two neighbors have, indeed, occupied minor parts of its territory, but only for brief periods of time and, as such, neither Serbia nor Croatia has any serious historical claims to Bosnia. Moreover, although Bosnia did interact with its Serb and Croat neighbors over the centuries, it had a very different history and culture from them. John Kinnamos, a late 12th-century Byzantine historian, reports that Bosnia was not subordinated; rather the Bosnians had their own distinct way of life and government. According to American professor John V.A. Fine, prominent authority in the field, the Bosnians (Bošnjani) have been a distinct people since at least the 10th century.

That text clearly says that we are not serbs, croats or "serbian muslims". We are one people and it shall be like that for ever until doomsday.

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Mennano Aug 27 2013, 12:33pm replied:

That is not true, please read history of bosnians. Then why do you serbians hate us so much if we are "serbians"? You serbs and your nationalism...

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-SRB-Knez Aug 27 2013, 3:06pm replied:

Mi vas ne mrzimo,niti imamo nesto protiv vas

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Mennano Aug 28 2013, 8:41am replied:

Uvijek ste imali nesto protiv nas.

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-SRB-Knez Aug 28 2013, 9:19am replied:

Pravo da ti kazem,izbegavam takve knjige,niti me one zanimaju a mislim da ne zanimaju ni tebe.Briga me kakvi smo pre bili.Zasto ne pogledamo kakvi smo sada?

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