Over 130 injured as Bosnian anti-government protests turn violent
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RE: Over 130 injured as Bosnian anti-government protests turn violent
I've learned some valuable lesson from the past two days (which I "knew" before, but never truly experienced).

Most human rightists, left wing liberals, hippies and similar hipster gorups are human waste, sharp on tounge when it comes to support homosexual and minority rights, or to storm a church full of (passive and weak) elders, fiercely voicing demands for revolutionary change and anarchy.

But when the moment for action comes near, they run back home, hidding behind pseudo-intellectual comments in a true bourgeois middle class fashion (to which they belong, but whom they attacked moments ago), in an attempted attack against these "nasty holligans" who dared to destroy their beloved childhood memories.

Thanks to their keyboard courage, we are now left with dozens of youngsters (brave enough to act) in detention, and an even more rigorous police state.

In this sense... long live the hooligans, and this irreplacable life lesson! Smile

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2014 Feb 08 13:07
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EU to Consider Intervention in Bosnia if Tension Escalates
EU to Consider Intervention in Bosnia if Tension Escalates

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Quote:An eventual escalation of tension in Bosnia might result in intervention of EU forces, a high official warned Sunday.

Valentin Inzko, High Representative of the international community in Bosnia and Herzegovina, told Austrian media that the situation in the country will be analyzed next Tuesday.

"Austria will increase its troops there, but if it comes to escalation we would have to consider the intervention of EU forces. Currently, we do not have such intention," Inzko said for the Austrian Kurier newspaper.

"For many years people did not protest because for them the peace after the war, with more than 100 000 killed was very important," he explained.

"It all began in the town of Tuzla, where workers have not been paid for over a year. The have been protesting every Wednesday, but no one paid attention to them," Inzko said adding that the current situation is Bosnia is the worst since1995.

Sunday is the fifth day of anti-government protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Locals are protesting against high unemployment, rampant corruption and the lack of economic and political progress.

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Quite an interesting development of the situation. Members of those parties who nourish close (historical) ties to the Turks and Saudis are resigning and/or being chased out of governmental institutions, while the centar-right neoliberal party of SBB (whos head is a business magnate with an increasingly pro-American stance) is gaining in popularity in this political chaos.

Republika Srpska and the Croatian majority parts of Bosnia are being rather quite, while most of the protests develope on Bosniak territory.

Valentin Inzko mentioned during an interview on ORF the complexity and dysfunctionality of Bosnia's administrative structure, and possible constitutional reform which is currently being worked on, with Americans partaking in it.

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2014 Feb 09 12:51
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RE: Over 130 injured as Bosnian anti-government protests turn violent
Why is that the Bosniaks are getting rowdy while the Croats and Serbs remain more passive? Are they not as affected by the problematic/inefficient political-administrative structures?

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2014 Feb 09 13:46
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They don't want to show support for Bosniaks?

We must dissent.

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RE: Over 130 injured as Bosnian anti-government protests turn violent
(2014 Feb 08 13:02)Temnozor Wrote:  > Cyrillic on Bosnian police cars in Sarajevo

I bet on the left side of the cars the word 'police' is written in Latin letters.

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(2014 Feb 09 13:46)Mustapaita Wrote:  Why is that the Bosniaks are getting rowdy while the Croats and Serbs remain more passive? Are they not as affected by the problematic/inefficient political-administrative structures?

Bosniaks are rioting as a last resort for their troubles. Croats and Serbs would too, but...

There were protests and riots in Mostar (a town split between a Croat and Bosniak population), government buildings burnt, party headquarters demolished, but no info to confirm the nationality of the attackers has been released yet.
Although, bosnian Croats are in general rather passive for one simple reason, and that being their desire for secession from Bosnia and Hercegovina (which is highly unlikely), or the creation of a third political entity within a federalised BiH (as a possible solution).

There were protests in the Serbian part, only that their media covered it up as it seems. Protests in Banja Luka and Bijeljina, the two most populated cities in Republika Srpska took place the last there days.
The serbian populace seems to be politically split into two camps. One, demanding social justice and the resignation of their current high emperor of state who draged Serbs into a new dark age, with salaries and pensions being among the lowest in Europe, an enorme unemployment rate, and sparsely existing forgein investments (most of which end in a bankrupcy, with funds being sucked out to abroad).
And the other, who are mentaly still in the 19th century, in complete delusion to reality, knitting and drawing icons of their supreme leader, as those russian or korean nutcases you see on TV.


So basically... Bosniaks (and Bosnians)* are fighting for an unified and defederalised Bosnia, Croats for their ethnic share of political autonomy, and Serbs... I am honestly getting fed up with their rethorics, wild conspiracies and inane rambles. God knows what they are up to. As for the intentions of their political establishemnt, they are rather clear. They do what any fatcat would.

* - as there is a good deal of Serbs and Croats among them, especially in Tuzla and Sarajevo. One of the leaders in Sarajevo is a leninist Serb.

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2014 Feb 09 20:57
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(2014 Feb 07 19:12)Aramis Wrote:  The prime minister, as expected, blamed forgein infiltrators (i.e. american?), but based on what I've seen and the info I've gathered from speaking to the head of the rioters, it couldnt be further away from the truth.

Blaming American Agents is a Russian invention. Your government needs to pay us copyright fees now.

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Give or take a few years and this multicultural entity will have failed, too. The only question is: will Bosnia-Hercegovina split up before Belgium does?


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2014 Feb 09 22:49
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Some interesting photos from Sarajevo on last friday, some buddy of mine posted. Big Grin

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RE: Over 130 injured as Bosnian anti-government protests turn violent
(2014 Feb 08 13:07)Aramis Wrote:  But when the moment for action comes near, they run back home

... and bake democratic cupcakes while watching the event develop on Twitter and sharing Lennon's "Working class hero" on Facebook! LOL All while assuming a Ghandiesque stance.

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