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majo-213 Jun 27 2013, 10:29am says:

Is it true that the Croats were descendants of goths ?
I read in book about Waffen SS,
thanks to croat have germanic roots its has been recruited to Waffen SS as volunteers and it was not that cruel war in Croatia as in Serbia.

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Mennano Jun 30 2013, 5:10pm replied:

Croats are not descendents of goths, sorry. Everyone was recruited in the SS even in Bosnia...

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Ado13 Jun 5 2013, 5:53pm says:

I do agree that Bosniaks are slavic there is historical evidence to back it up but i disagree that Bosniaks originate from Serbs there is historical evidence that proves it wrong .

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 Fine, prominent authority in the field,the Bosnians (Bošnjani) have been a distinguishable people since at least the 10th century.

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Mennano Jun 7 2013, 11:19am replied:

What you wrote here is what I exactly mean! Bosnia isn't serbian or croatian, we had our own government, lifestyle and history. I hate how people claim that bosnians are serbians and croats, those dickheads can go hang themselfs. But slavic origins isn't 100% clear yet so we shouldn't argue anymore about it... So bye and thanks for your time and your efforts to convince me to your side.

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Ado13 Jun 5 2013, 5:58pm replied:

If you need more evidence than look it up in books and the internet,if you think that i m wrong pleas provide evidence (post links to the websites where you found it,tell us the name of the book you found it or the document, etc.).

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SRB-HawkEye- Jun 4 2013, 12:00pm says:

Ages ago, during the rule of Ottomans, on the nowaday territory of Bosnia, most of the people who lived there considered themselves as Serbs or Croats, no matter which religious beliefs they possessed. Most of the Serbs, had to convert to Islam, to preserve their family or fortune or their status in society.

During 1878, when Austro-Hungarian Empire became highly interested in Bosnia (also Serbia was also interested in annexing Bosnia to unite all states where Serbs were living), the Bosnia was annexed by it's side and started to create a state of Bosnia, with the new nationality: Bosnians. So, Serbs, in several years, became Bosnians. They were forced to leave the Cyrillic alphabet, Serbian politics, national symbols... So, one artificial community was created. Anyway, nowadays Bosnia, with Bosnian as nationality, was created in post-war (WW2) communist Yugoslavia. In post war communist Yugoslavia, new nationalities have emerged: Montenegrins, Bosnians and Macedonians (until the WW2 there were only Slovenians, Croatians and Serbs, so Serbs have now divided in Bosnian-Serb, Serbs, Montenegrins and Macedonians).
The Yugoslavian War messed up all- now there are even Croat-Bosnians, Muslim Bosnians- Bosniaks, and Serb-Bosnian.
What's the point of story? No matter what one Bosniak is saying, he is Slavic member, because his roots are probably Serbian or Croatian, he can not be Illyr or Ottoman, or something. He ancestor probably converted to islam, and the recent war and propaganda told him that his roots are Bosnian, or God knows who.

I hope everything is clear now.

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Mennano Jun 5 2013, 8:08am replied:

This is not historically correct...Not all of it anyway. You say that there were only three nationalities in Balkan? Yeah right, the macedonians have been around since the Roman Empire nad so has the "bosnians" well. Bosniaks however are not serbians that converted to Islam, that ******** has been around for ages and has only been spoken by ******* serbians. Who else? Bosnians, serbians and croats did never migrate to the balkans, thay have been there for thousands of years. And during the Ottoman Empire Bosnia and Serbia was independent countries that was defeated by the ottomans and later on was Bosnia captured by Austria-Hungary.

You serbs are all the same, thinking that you created the world and you must surely think that serbs created USA aswell -.- Bosnians have always been in Balkan but we have been called different names by different powers like Romans Empire where they called us Illyrians just because we was under the Illyrian rule. The stories about that bosnians are islamisized serbs is ********. Then I might aswell say that serbians are a people from the far corners of southern america, stupid isn't it? That's how you story looks like. Please go get a life lieing serb...

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SRB-HawkEye- Jun 5 2013, 3:05pm replied:

Macedonians in F.Y.R.O.M are not the same Macedonians you've mentioned. Those are part Serbs, part Bulgarians. Get your facts straight! those info's below, minor things are true, most of them are not, and that's the made-up history you telling.

Look guy, stop spitting on us, it could be possible that you actually have Serb origin. About USA, we didn't created it, but there are 30 000 Serbian topographic terms in USA, and believe it or not, even 18 Belgrades! Few distinguished American heroes have Serbian origin. Questions?
No, comparing that example with people from South America is idiotic. Yet, in my statement, there is a truth, no matter you are saying.
Anyway, I saw how old are you, so that's enough for me. Anyway, half of those guys below are lying and you are right? Give me a break kid. I'm a half Bosniak, but I know where I belong and what my origin is...

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Mennano May 30 2013, 1:01pm replied:

Bosnia isn't slavic at all. Our genetics with serbs are not the same except those persons that married for example serbians or croatians. Bosniaks are a independent people that have lived in Bosnia for thousands of years. How do you then explain the pyramid that was build by "bosnians" that is over 20 000 years old? Explain that you narrow minded twat. Here's the link --->

And besides, the language that I speak was taken from the croatians and the serbs during the Jugoslavian era. Serbiancroatian was teached all over Jugoslavia. We had our own language before that called bosancica. Please, please read history of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia before making any of these announcements...

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Mennano Jun 4 2013, 10:12am replied:

For the love of god... Ado, please. Can you stop reading stuffs that have been written by anyone? Haven't you heard that 70% of that's in Wikipedia is made up stuff by random peaplo... Go get a life you traitor.

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