User talk:Peacemaker67

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G'day. If you have got something to say, pull up a pew and say it (but please follow the rules). There are three rules here:

  1. If you post on this page, I will (usually) reply on this page, in order to stop conversations from becoming fragmented;
  2. If you are the type of editor that rarely contributes in article space, one that prefers to moan endlessly about mouseshit on article talk pages without actually editing those articles using reliable sources, you will soon find that I am not interested in encouraging what I consider to be disruptive behaviour. If I don't respond to you, and you are wondering if this might be what I think about your approach to editing, don't be surprised if I refuse to engage in discussion with you; and
  3. If you are an editor that has posted here and had your post deleted without a response, or with an edit summary telling you to go away, don't post here again. If you have a complaint against me, there are places on WP to do that, this is not one of them. If this is you, repeated postings will result in a complaint by me against you for wikihounding. If you are intent on demonstrating that you are completely delusional, especially in areas covered by Arbitration Committee rulings, then you may find that you reap the whirlwind.

This is NOT the place to ignore all rules...

the editor as a young man

Holocaust in Independent State of Croatia[edit]

Maybe I just don't see it, but even that pagehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Holocaust_in_the_Independent_State_of_Croatia says that more than 300.000 Serbs died, and 40.000 Jews. But I can't see separate page for the Serbs, or special mention of the Serbs at the beginning of the article, which sounds ridicilous. Count the zeros. My questions are, therefore: If the Holocaust in ISC can't mention Serbs at the beginning, largely ignoring a big antiserb side of the regime, legislation, executive etz, then where on wikipedia can I read about serbian victims of ISC in WWII? Just on Jasenovac page? Hm... Somehow, on the page above, all ethnicities are not created equall, and the administrator approves that. OK, maybe the Holocaust is really just the jewish thing, but somehow, even this page became a thing about how Serbs were the nationalists in 1989. Croatia. That is, those Serbs that survived ISC regime 1941-1945. I don't see a fair representation of it. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Bata Životinja (talkcontribs) 01:19, 12 February 2015 (UTC)

It needs work, but the page you are looking for is World War II persecution of Serbs. The Holocaust is about the Jews. Cheers, Peacemaker67 (crack... thump) 09:46, 12 February 2015 (UTC)
Having a big problem with calling it persecution, while Srebrenica is genocide. Serbs in WWII were primarily victims of ISC regime, which had racist laws against the Serbs, and concentration camps with methods such as srbosjek - knife called serbcutter. Neither of those happened in Srebrenica. But the label is Bosnian Genocide. There's actually a page with that name on wikipedia. While this one is Persecution of Serbs. Again, it's not right Bata Životinja — Preceding undated comment added 15:32, 12 February 2015 (UTC)
My understanding is that the article is called Srebrenica massacre, so not sure what you are on about there. Peacemaker67 (crack... thump) 23:06, 20 February 2015 (UTC)

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Category reverts[edit]

Good morning, I noticed you had made three category reverts. Are you by any means able to expand these articles in order to show that 'Serbian Orthodox Christians' is a defining characteristic for these three people? Marcocapelle (talk) 05:52, 24 February 2015 (UTC)

G'day, the three reversions related to Draža Mihailović, Mihailo Ivanović may have been an overcorrection, but Milan Nedić is also mentioned in the DM link as well as here and here. There is a close relationship between Serbian nationalists such as Mihailović and Nedić and their policies, and the Church. I have reverted my action on Ivanović. Regards, Peacemaker67 (crack... thump) 09:44, 24 February 2015 (UTC)

The Signpost: 25 February 2015[edit]

The Signpost: 25 February 2015[edit]