Talk:Ravna Gora (highland)

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These ARE FACTS: - Chetniks were (are) faschists who fought on the faschists side during the WWII and lost. - Serbia is the only homeland of the Chetniks. - Serbia did attack Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia in the 1990. and lost all the wars. - Chetniks did fight on the Serbian side, for the idea of "greater Serbia". - Idea of the "greater Serbia" still lives among the Serbian Nation (Please check out the most recent events in Serbia and Montenegro regarding Ravna Gora and Chetniks). - Serbia IS NOT free and democratic country, it's Government is influenced by Chetniks.

The factual content of this article is not what makes it inappropriate in wikipedia. The article author is clearly politically motivated and presents a very one sided view. The style of language used is inflammatory and unnecessarily emotive for une in an encyclopedia.

TomViza 17:18, 18 May 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Let's say there's an article about Nazi Germany. Maybe you'd also say that the author (writing about Nazi Germany in a rather negative (is there a positive stance about Nazi Germany whatsoever?), but historicaly correct way) is one-side minded and politically motivated? No, I didn't think you would, so please read more about the subject before writing such statements. The article is not politically motivated, it is written on the basis of the true, hard facts. Feel free to explore and verify by yourself.

By the way, for the sake of the true and the credibility of the Wikipedia: Ravna gora is in fact the name of the highland in Serbia and it's not populated, therefore it is not a village. There is village Ravna Gora in Croatia, but not linked to Ravna gora in Serbia whatsoever!

By Godwin's_law you have automatically lost your argument. TomViza 10:25, 2 November 2005 (UTC)Reply[reply]