Monday, May 23, 2005

Taking the Balkans out of Balkanization

Fed up with the situation in the Balkans, some Bosnians have decided that Tito got it right. They have proposes a new imagined community, a state without territorial, ethnic, and religious divisions. the Republic of Titoslavia.
The symbolic republic will be founded on Tito's birthday May 25 by a group of Tito's supporters in Saraybosna (Sarajevo). It will have a constitution, national anthem, passport, and an emblem but no land. Yezdimir Milosevic, the leader of the group, told Agency France Press (AFP): "This republic has no borders and land. The capital city of Titoslavia is the hearts of its citizens and Titoslavia lives where its citizens exist." A photo of Tito, taken during the WW II, will be at the center of the new flag of Titoslavia. The national anthem pledges: "Comrade Tito. We all promise to follow your way."


At 10:08 AM, Anonymous Martin said...

Sounds pretty much like the NSK-Project of Laibach.

At 3:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...



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