formed their country for the first time in the history by terrorism, killing 19yo disarmed soldiers from all exyu republics
funny how their residents are the most yugonostalgic now, no matter what slovenians on int says
>250.000 unskilled Yugo workers move here
>turbofolk parties start being held everywhere
>you're doing it cause you miss us, guise!
They're just being themselves - being yugos. No nostalgia involved.
The Slavic tricolor was first hoisted in Laibach as our national symbol before your country ever existed, and Triglav symbolizing our nation is even older. You mad cause you're a non-country, Luigi?
Still doesn't mean that we were ever close to any industrial powerhouse. Those were all concentrated around Belgium, don't you know. But yes, we were part of the European civ proper with the feudalism and Protestantism and all. Maybe that contributed to our work ethic.
They try really hard to be above rest of Yugoslavs. Like "we wuz western civilization n shit' and try to talk down to ex-Ottoman Empire occupied countries of former Yugolavia, when in fact majority of their country is filled with yugonostalgic Slovenes or Bosnian immigrants. kek
>being this triggered
I'm terribly sorry, but Russia is a horrible crime-infested shithole even by Eastern European standards.
It's a much nicer place than Russia by any metric.
But you have more employed people working for 75€ per month I'll give you that
>It's a much nicer place than Russia by any metric.
And all this turbo-folk and gypsies, I know right.
>But you have more employed people working for 75€ per month
Must seem like a fortune to you.
Look upon Slovenia, ye Russkiyes, and despair.
I'd rather have 10k gypsies than russians desu
>Must seem like a fortune to you.
their average salary is 1300 Euro man
>Having all that industry
Are you referring to the Russian porno industry, taking stuff out of the ground or airplanes that fall apart?
handful of gypsies > hearing the ezan every morning
It's more like 1100 after taxes. Our average is almost the same as our median wage
Nonsense, Slovenia is predicted to have exactly the same population size in 50 years as it does now.
>not being content with 16.000$ a year
why are Americans so greedy and soulless?
>Slovenia is predicted to have exactly the same population size in 50 years
Not true, we're going to shrink like 10%, but it's nothing compared to Japan
Slovenia is a land of wonders, unlike the frozen, flat industrial hell of Russia.
>judging a country by its cities
>having a valid opinion
And this is by Pueblo, Colorado, one of the worst cities in the US.
>a country should not be judged by the places it's citizens live in
As one of the original races of men, it is in our blood to be successful.
Thanks for the great thread, OP. It's nice to see so much butthurt from all sides just because we're superior to everyone.
Dumping pics from the United Alpine States of Carantania.
No one cares about your orthodoxy. People hated you at the time when everybody hated you because of denbts
another one for you, here you can observe the natural color of water, I imagine that lakes are yellow in Russia from all the waste dumping.
did someone call you fat?
Vocaroo it please.
I couldn't pronounce it right the entire time I was visiting.
>While relatively small quantities of water appear to be colorless, water's tint becomes a deeper blue as the thickness of the observed sample increases
being a smartass is no fun
Why do you hate water so much? Do you live in the middle of the Gobi desert or something?
>a country should not be judged by the places where 1/2 of its citizens live
You missed the point, faggot. I'm saying all cities are awful. There's too many people and not enough space.
>all these psuedo-russia countries talking
just form into 1 country, i can't keep up with this irrelevancy
It depends on who you are.
If you're a Slovene, you'll pronounce it ljubljana.
If you're a southern braća, you'll pronounce it lublana, cause southern braća can't or don't pronounce most of our consonant clusters.
>butthurt pseudo-german country
Go build a dike, Colgate-man.
Well, imperialists prevented us from taking Trieste and Klagenfurt, which would have allowed us to create an almost normal civil society with 4 actual cities where reasonable people could make a life. But because of muh fascismo, we were left with just 2, a forever crippled nation, more of a city state than a nation. Slovenia is a national project that was crippled by a vast anti-Slavic conspiracy of western countries ranging from Italy and Austria all the way to the Anglosphere.
I was questioning the faggot's pronunciation. Nobody except for Slovene professors and Yugoslavs pronounces it like that.
lol ok. Saj ne, da smo "lj" in "nj" dobili prav od naših "bratskih" sosedov. Če nisi slovenist, bosanc ali šiptar in rečeš Ljubljana, potem si pa res bogi.
List of countries, butthurt because of Slovene superiority:
Fyrom (??? Is this a country???)
Have I forgotten anyone? Will anyone else dare enter this thread?
Izvoli, Armine/Ljubomire, očitno ne zna lastne abecede (oprosti, azbuke): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zheklVG4hJ0
Vsak zemljevid, narejen pred prvo svetovno vojno lahko pogledaš, pa boš videl lj.
Pa Lublanske novice so tudi verjetno izdajali Srbjanci, kaj?
Who says it's just this one thread? I've been making a list for a few months now.
>Italy fought with the Axis powers in World War II. When the Fascist regime collapsed in 1943 and Italy capitulated, the territory was occupied by German forces who created the Operational Zone of the Adriatic Littoral, the capital of which was Trieste. The Yugoslav 4th Army and the Slovenian 9th Corps entered Trieste on May 1, 1945, after a battle in the town of Opicina. The 2nd Division (New Zealand) of the British 8th Army arrived on the next day and forced the surrender of the 2,000 German Army troops holding out in Trieste, who warily had refused to capitulate to partisan troops, fearing they would be executed by them. An uneasy truce developed between Allied and Yugoslav troops occupying the area until British Gen. Sir William Morgan proposed a partition of the territory and the removal of Yugoslav troops from the area occupied by the Allies. Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito agreed in principle on May 23, as the British XIII Corps was moving forward to the proposed demarcation line. An agreement was signed in Duino on June 10, creating the Morgan Line. The Yugoslav troops withdrew by June 12, 1945.
You said "who says it's just this one thread" when in your previous post you said "Will anyone else dare enter this thread," implying that this thread was what was being discussed. That's what I was saying "You sorta did, implicitly" to. Get it?