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    par far

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    Republika Srpska - Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Post  par far on Tue May 17, 2016 3:41 pm

    What is Russia going to do here?


    https://southfront.org/the-balkan-trap-for-moscow/
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    Post  sepheronx on Tue May 17, 2016 3:57 pm

    This is how you sound Par Far:
    "Haiti is going to have a US sponsored civil war in fighting against Eritrea! What will Russia do?"

    Unfortunately, Serbia will have to help itself. Russia may supply aid of some sort but Bosnia and H are lost long ago.
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    Post  KoTeMoRe on Tue May 17, 2016 3:58 pm

    There's nothing Russia can do about the Balkans, but send people and money for investment and hope the current vampirism trend from Europe and the disdain they use against us, turns the tide for good. I hope Russians will have patience and wait for their time. We're a poor region right now, because we have rested all our hopes in a junction with the EU. Given how well it has worked for both Italy and Greece, I'd say we're into the path for a terrible end.
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    Re: Republika Srpska - Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Post  eehnie on Wed Jun 15, 2016 3:52 am


    In an Europe where a referendum in Scotland is possible, with the time also is possible a referendum in the Republica Srpska.
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    Post  KiloGolf on Wed Jun 15, 2016 12:25 pm

    eehnie wrote:In an Europe where a referendum in Scotland is possible, with the time also is possible a referendum in the Republica Srpska.

    Same for the Serbs in Montenegro.

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    Post  SturmGuard on Thu Jun 16, 2016 11:56 pm

    If the Serbs were smart, the moment the Montenegrins voted for independence, they would organise a referendum to deport every single one of them to their glorious homeland.

    Yugocommunist bastards that colonised Belgrade and Vojvodina, utterly opportunistic and tribal mentality. The same problem we have with some other "newcomers" from "less civilised areas".

    Montenegrins will be Serb, Ustaša, Chetnik, Yugocommunist, Russophile, Russophobe, Orthodox, Atheist and Montenegrin in a single family in 3 generations.

    Whatever you think about "Montenegrin Serbs", it will amount to nothing: they will soon be your and my NATO allies.
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    Re: Republika Srpska - Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Post  Benya on Tue Jun 06, 2017 5:53 pm

    Is this article legit BTW?




    ONCE AGAIN THE BALKANS READY TO EXPLODE, BOSNIA HEADING FOR WAR !

    As other parts of the world roll on with their problems, an old hot spot is working its way back to being a conflict yet again.



    Things may be quiet in western Europe, but in the east it is anything but quiet. Bosnia & Herzegovina saw the risk of internal conflict grow in 2016, while relations with its neighbors also worsened, according to the latest edition of the Global Peace Index , which ranks 163 countries as to stability.

    Bosnia is one of the countries in Southeast Europe where the level of peacefulness fell the most last year, according to the latest edition of peace research initiative Vision of Humanity’s Global Peace Index (GPI) of 163 countries. Rising nationalistic rhetoric among politicians has provoked political crises in the country, seriously raising tensions.

    An increase in nationalist rhetoric led to a deterioration in relations with neighbouring countries for Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatia, while Montenegro 67th saw a strong increase in political instability following a tumultuous election in October 2016 that involved an alleged attempted coup.

    Bosnia plummeted 21 places on the index to 84th place. The country also was among the worst performers in Europe, ranking 34th out of 36 countries.

    Bosnian tensions in the country have been rising constantly amid efforts by political leaders to gain more support from each of the three constituent peoples – the Bosniaks or Bosnian Muslims, the Croats and the Serbs. This is only expected to increase in the coming year as the 2018 elections approach, with each group struggling for dominance.

    Bosnia and Herzegovina also had a large deterioration in relations due to the ongoing conflict, owing to a deterioration in both the level of internal conflict, and its relations with neighbouring countries.

    The decline in stability in Bosnia and Herzegovina was echoed in the region more generally, with both Serbia and Croatia also experiencing similar declines in stability the study noted.



    Source: Arrow http://novorossia.today/balkans-ready-explode-bosnia-heading-war/



    Well, I can only think that this is just a NATO false flag, as they are only talking tough after Montenegro had attained membership, or just the almost usual yellow press behavior of Novorossiya Today.
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    Re: Republika Srpska - Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Post  PapaDragon on Tue Jun 06, 2017 9:22 pm

    Benya wrote:Is this article legit BTW?



    ONCE AGAIN THE BALKANS READY TO EXPLODE, BOSNIA HEADING FOR WAR !

    As other parts of the world roll on with their problems, an old hot spot is working its way back to being a conflict yet again......................

    Nowhere nearly as dramatic and no, there will be no war (96,2% certainty on my part)

    However, Bosnia is artificial construct, plain and simple. Everyone there (and beyond) still hate each other's guts. War was fought because problems were thrown under a rug for nearly a century and because participants wanted to draw borders between each other.

    And now you have US and EU (mostly EU these days) investing huge amounts of cash in order to keep throwing problems under a rug and to erase the borders. It is a waste of money and is failing spectacularly. Also, cash is getting tight these days all round.

    So no war.
    I expect that place to dissolve quietly at some point. Republic of Srpska is more or less defined already. All that's left is for local Croats to figure out how they want to proceed and how much real estate is theirs.
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    Re: Republika Srpska - Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Post  Benya on Tue Jun 06, 2017 11:25 pm

    PapaDragon wrote:
    Benya wrote:Is this article legit BTW?



    ONCE AGAIN THE BALKANS READY TO EXPLODE, BOSNIA HEADING FOR WAR !

    As other parts of the world roll on with their problems, an old hot spot is working its way back to being a conflict yet again......................

    Nowhere nearly as dramatic and no, there will be no war (96,2% certainty on my part)

    However, Bosnia is artificial construct, plain and simple. Everyone there (and beyond) still hate each other's guts. War was fought because problems were thrown under a rug for nearly a century and because participants wanted to draw borders between each other.

    And now you have US and EU (mostly EU these days) investing huge amounts of cash in order to keep throwing problems under a rug and to erase the borders. It is a waste of money and is failing spectacularly. Also, cash is getting tight these days all round.

    So no war.
    I expect that place to dissolve quietly at some point. Republic of Srpska is more or less defined already. All that's left is for local Croats to figure out how they want to proceed and how much real estate is theirs.

    Ok, so no tensions anywhere in the Balkans cheers . Then it's NT being yellow press again. You as a Serb can see things happening in your vicinity way much clearer than some biased/self proclaimed "journalists" sitting in front of PC monitors somewhere in the war-torn DPR or LPR. However, I don't understand them, for them, spreading misinformation around the web is the only way to relieve stress caused by the war near their homes? dunno
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    Re: Republika Srpska - Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Post  Godric on Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:32 pm

    eehnie wrote:
    In an Europe where a referendum in Scotland is possible, with the time also is possible a referendum in the Republica Srpska.
    their will be another one sanctioned or not in the autumn of 2018 and the spring in 2019 due to Brexit Scotland voted overwhelmingly to stay in the EU 62% to 38% ... keep in my mind the current party in government Scotland was the only party against bombing Serbia and Montenegro in the whole of the UK ... unsure about Plaid Cymru (Welsh National Party)
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    Re: Republika Srpska - Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Post  George1 on Tue Oct 09, 2018 4:36 am

    Republika Srpska president says he will not allow Bosnia and Herzegovina to join NATO

    Milorad Dodik said Republika Srpska supports maintaining neutrality

    MOSCOW, October 9. /TASS/. President of Republika Srpska (part of Bosnia and Herzegovina) Milorad Dodik has said he will not allow the country to join NATO.

    "We will not allow [Bosnia and Herzegovina] to join NATO because Republika Srpska supports maintaining neutrality," Dodik told the Izvestiya daily in an interview published on Tuesday.

    The president said he will never vote in favor of such initiative. "This is my obligation, and it means that Bosnia and Herzegovina will not be able to join this organization [NATO]," he said.

    At the same time, Dodik noted that he has nothing against the participation of servicemen from Republika Srpska in international missions with a UN mandate.

    On Monday, Milorad Dodik from the Alliance of Independent Social Democrats was elected as president from the Serbian community. Dodik openly supports cooperation with Serbia and Russia and opposes Bosnia and Herzegovina's accession to NATO.


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