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Is it true what is written in this article? Was breakup of Yugoslavia really pushed by US/Nato or is only blabbering?
Big things like a country falling apart never happen because of one reason. You always have to look at all possible factors
By no means do I think evil and conniving kikes weren't involved in what was happening to Yugoslavia, but ultimately South Slavs were the ones who let themselves fight as much as they did. It's just our nature. Another thing that's our nature is not knowing how to run a fucking country. Tito knew how to make things work but there are only so many Titos in the world, so it's no surprise once he died is when shit started to go down
I always wondered whether people originating from the six former Yugoslav republics consider their countries to be a part of Southern Europe or if they limit the definition of such a macroregion to Greece, Italy and Spain. If the latter, I would also like to know if there are negative connotations attached to the term Southern Europe as well as its peoples and cultures. This thread responds to my very curiosity about a region I don't quite know and it isn't intended to be disrespectful in the slightest.
> Kćeri generala JNA predvodile su jugoslavensku suvremenu umjetnost, djeca oficira srednjeg i nižeg ranga rock n’ roll, partijski komesarčići omladinski tisak koji je ideološki kontrolirano kanalizirao mladenačku supkulturu Zapada, a što iz današnje perspektive djeluje otužno.