Bosnia is not the land of the Bosniaks, it is the land of the Bosnians.
you will have to whitewash much of what is written in the history books then... for example,
"U plamenu pravednog oslobodilačkog rata iskiva se bratstvo Srba
, Muslimana i Hrvata
, i time se udara siguran temelj slobodne i zbratimljene BiH, ravnopravne federalne jedinice u Demokratskoj federativnoj Jugoslaviji. Prvi put u historiji Srbi
, Muslimani i Hrvati
Bosne i Hercegovine, ujedinjeni u Narodno-oslobodilačkom pokretu, stupili su na isti put, počeli da izgrađuju svoj zajednički dom, u čije su temelje uzidane kosti njihovih najboljih sinova. Prvi put u historiji oni su postali kovači svoje sudbine, čvrsto riješeni da jednom zauvijek sahrane vijekovnu mračnu i tešku prošlost i da izgrade državnu zajednicu u kojoj će živjeti u ravnopravnosti, slobodi, miru i blagostanju."
"the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina: No Serbs allowed"
A lot of Serbs do not consider themselves Bosnians and refuse to live among non-Serbs, they proved that in the war and they are continuing to prove it to this day through their fascist behavior and rhetoric.
considering we were the most widespread of the three ethnic groups within BiH at the outbreak of the war, your proposition that we have refused to live with the other 2 ethnicities in BiH is hard to believe... of course, the war changed everything and led to great transfers of populations within and also out of BiH and the post-war system has simply just entrenched those divisions... just curious, are we Serbs also to blame for the divisions and/or refusals to live with each other we see between Croats and Bosniaks in places like Mostar as well?
In the normal world, people within a country work for the betterment of their country, they don't issue threats of genocide, deny the existence of the country they live in while glorifying convicted war criminals that the whole world condemns. Serbs that are willing to work for the betterment of Bosnia and that condemn chetnik fascist ideology are more than welcomed in BIH and I will personally make sure they feel at home every single day but the others need to **** off to Serbia and live there among their own.
does this apply to all forms of nationalistic and/or extremist thought in BiH or just the ones that allows you to rid yourselves of the Serbs in BiH?
The fact that I have yet to see you clearly condemn the likes of Karadzic and Mladic is troublesome to say the least.
a post of mine from last year
"when it comes to Srebrenica, it is a subject matter with:
(1) intense complexities (prelude to the attack, had the town been demilitarised, the role of the Bosniak forces within the 'safe haven', Serbian attacks previously and in July 1995, planning, chain of command, alleged complicity, the nature of the executions of Bosniak POWs, the Bosniak break out, punishment of the perpetrators, legal tests and fact finding as to what the executions are to be properly characterised as with regard to the rules and conventions of war, crimes against humanity, genocide, the politicisation of the massacres, the international legal ramifications of the West's intervention as a result, reconciliation etc.) and;
(2) evident simplicities --> being that it was the single worst atrocity committed during the Bosnian War, it was committed by Serbian forces, it involved the executions of unarmed and captured Bosnian men and boys (and although the exact number of executions is the subject of contention, we are still talking in the thousands), and that any and all involved should never see the light of day again... truly shameful
it is probably unrealistic to explore the abovementioned complexities sufficiently on such a board but i am happy to discuss further if you wish"
I dare you to find me one post from a Bosniak or Croat poster on XT acknowledging specific wrongs and crimes committed by their own, and in particular, against Serbs [to be fair, I remember a post of Yashimi's criticising Alija and Suho begrudgingly once noted the gruesome methods of the Ustase]