First-generation immigrant from Eastern Europe

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Re: First-generation immigrant from Eastern Europe

Postby Theopliske8711 » Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:38 am

Quite the slip...

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Re: First-generation immigrant from Eastern Europe

Postby WalkingPlato » Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:53 pm

Miracle wrote:
milanproda wrote:Walking Plato, your analogy is not valid, as Serbs live all throughout the ex-yu. This is common misconception that Serbs only live in Serbia that is false. I have family that lived in croatia and bosnia for centuries.

No, he is correct in what he is stating. Its Bosnia, then Croatia that suffered. Serbians were the ones that attacked. Just because you loose the fight once you attack does not allow you to claim the title of "victim".
Ding ding ding ! We have a winner. And like someone else said, change communism to dictatorship. When you get into the upper level of academics, people know what they're talking about. You can't swindle them with the old broken arguments ... If I can see through it, they will see right through all that.

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