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Serbian historian calls all Croats primitive on Croatian TV

Croatian Times

"All Croats are primitive, Vukovar is Serbia's ..." is just part of what Serbian historian Jovan Pein, said as a guest on a talk show on Croatian television last night (Mon), reported web portal index.hr.

Guests in the studio of the Croatian television programme "In medias res" were stunned when the Serbian historian made the comments after being invited onto the show to discuss the current legal proceedings in Belgrade which seek to rehabilitate General Draza Mihailovic.

Pein went on to say that Vukovar was a Serbian town. He also advised Croatian citizens to check out where the borders of Croatia and Serbia were once again and that Croats were appropriating land that did not belong to them, that they had appropriated 'Tomislav's babtistery', which belonged to Italy. Pein also added that Chetniks had not committed any crimes.

"I did not know he would talk about Vukovar being Serbia's, that was not mentioned in preparation talks before the show," said the show's host Petar Vlahov.




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