In the sea of ​​imaginary news, our Happy Serb also appears to us!

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The Serbian candidate “Dara iz Jasenovac” dropped out of the race for the Oscar, of course, not by chance, the Ustashas conspired in the longer white world, and then lobbied. They could have really taken more care of vaccines in Croatia, rather than the prominent Croatian writer Vedrana Rudan coming to have Serbs vaccinated. The Ustashas could have, but they didn’t. The vaccine was not nationalistic enough, and the little German-American pioneer was picked up by Serbs. Strategic and political goals are changing.

Josipa Lisac, still wiser, decided to stay away from the Serbian vaccine. In our area, a war can always break out, because here wars happen as if they were comets, there is no cause, suddenly a war – Josipa decided not to go to the Serbs for worship, the years are ahead of her, she would not risk being tried the next day for collaboration. The unvaccinated Croatian Lady Gaga will hold a virtual concert. Safe distance from both Croats and Serbs.

However, in the sea of essential news that serves primarily to deepen and search for these little ones of ours, we missed one trivial, almost irrelevant – meeting between the Minister of Education of the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Serbia. At that honorary word, documents were signed obliging both ministries to reform curricula in primary and secondary schools in the coming period in order to contribute to peace, better understanding and greater tolerance among young people. The idea is for young Croats and Serbs to get to know the richness and diversity of both nations through various subjects, which will undoubtedly contribute to better understanding, respect and greater tolerance. Specific concepts and examples are also offered, which will be implemented in the following period with a major or minor change. Indeed, Serbian youth, unlike Croatian, get to know some Croatian writers in Serbian language and literature classes, through compulsory reading – Miroslav Krleža, Vesna Parun, Dobriša Cesarić, Antun Gustav Matoš, Ivan Mažuranić. An expert discussion has also developed about Marin Držić, Džora Držić, Šiško Menćetić, Dživo Gundulić and Ivo Andrić – who are also part of the curriculum in Serbia, but who are listed as Serbian writers. However, the agreement is that the disputed names should be treated exclusively as Dubrovnik writers, except for Andrić, and that the designation Yugoslav writer must accompany him.

In order not to further burden the respected population, I will quote the part of the proposal that refers to the reform of Croatian programs, and that also implies the reform of Serbian ones.

Bearing in mind that Serbs make up a significant part of the population in the Republic of Croatia and that the Republic of Serbia is both geographically and spiritually the closest country to us, it is proposed – to improve interpersonal relations that are deeply disturbed and are a consequence of long-standing conflicts between Croatian and Serbian people. Within the curricula, both in primary and secondary schools and gymnasiums, in each class they process teaching units related to Serbian art, culture, tradition, literature and history from the following subjects:

– Croatian language and literature (field of literature: history of Serbian literature; Serbian literature in the 20th century; contemporary Serbian writers in the Republic of Croatia, literature in a cultural context; field language – dialectology and history of language: the influence of the Serbian language on the development of the Croatian language, the influence of the Croatian language on the development of the Serbian language; culture of expression: Serbian and Croatian language discourses in the 20th century and the first decade 21st century;

– Art culture: history of Serbian art, Serbian art and: film, theater, opera and ballet; contemporary Serbian artists and their influence on the development of Croatian and European art;

– History: ancient and modern history of the Serbian people; history of Serbs in the territory of the Republic of Croatia – influence, cultural treasures and contribution of the Serbian people to the development of the Republic of Croatia; famous Serbs in Croatia; Croatian-Serbian ties through history (political, economic, economic, cultural – cooperation / dialogue);

– Civic education and Sociology: prejudices, dialogue, encouraging the development of knowledge about oneself and others; Croatian-Serbian friendship; workshop: are Croats and Serbs happy ?, the degree of participation of Croatian and Serbian people in cultural, sports and scientific activities, cultural habits and customs of the Serbian population, mythology and religion;

– Religious education: basic characteristics of Orthodoxy; the interpenetration of Catholicism and Orthodoxy; religious holidays of the Serbian people;

– Serbian language as an elective subject in all schools.

It is recommended to find common denominators between the Croatian and Serbian cultural heritage with full respect for the peculiarities and differences of the two peoples who have lived in the same geographical area for centuries.

Unfortunately, this meeting never took place, and it took another nineties, maybe even eighties; this is what the curriculum should have looked like. We know more about amoebae and arthropods, about the structure and connections of chemical elements, about prehistoric man and the climate in Tajikistan – and almost nothing, or nothing but prejudice, about the people we have lived with for years. This is how honest and well-intentioned dialogues are conducted. It’s late now, or maybe it’s not yet …

Jesus God, are we happy?

Jesus Christ!

The Serbian candidate “Dara iz Jasenovac” dropped out of the race for the Oscar, of course, not by chance, the Ustashas conspired in the longer white world, and then lobbied. They could have really taken more care of vaccines in Croatia, rather than the prominent Croatian writer Vedrana Rudan coming to have Serbs vaccinated. They could have been Ustashas, but they were not. The vaccine was not nationalistic enough, and even that little German-American phaser was picked up by Serbs. Strategic and political goals are changing.

Josipa Lisac, still wiser, decided to stay away from the Serbian vaccine. In our area, a war can always break out, because here wars happen as if they were comets, there is no cause, suddenly a war – Josipa decided not to go to the Serbs to pay homage, the years are ahead of her, she would not risk being tried the next day for collaboration. The unvaccinated Croatian Lady Gaga will hold a virtual concert. Safe distance from both Croats and Serbs.

However, in the sea of essential news that serves primarily to deepen and search for these little ones of ours, we missed one trivial, almost irrelevant – meeting between the Minister of Education of the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Serbia. At that honorary word, documents were signed obliging both ministries to reform curricula in primary and secondary schools in the coming period in order to contribute to peace, better understanding and greater tolerance among young people. The idea is for young Croats and Serbs to get to know the richness and diversity of both nations through various subjects, which will undoubtedly contribute to better understanding, respect and greater tolerance. Specific concepts and examples are also offered, which will be implemented in the following period with a major or minor change. Indeed, Serbian youth, unlike Croatian, get to know some Croatian writers in Serbian language and literature classes, through compulsory reading – Miroslav Krleža, Vesna Parun, Dobriša Cesarić, Antun Gustav Matoš, Ivan Mažuranić. An expert discussion has also developed about Marin Držić, Džora Držić, Šiško Menćetić, Dživo Gundulić and Ivo Andrić – who are also part of the curriculum in Serbia, but who are listed as Serbian writers. However, the agreement is that the disputed names should be treated exclusively as Dubrovnik writers, except for Andrić, and that the designation Yugoslav writer must accompany him.

In order not to further burden the respected population, I will quote the part of the proposal that refers to the reform of Croatian programs, and that also implies the reform of Serbian ones.

Bearing in mind that Serbs make up a significant part of the population in the Republic of Croatia and that the Republic of Serbia is both geographically and spiritually the closest country to us, it is proposed – to improve interpersonal relations that are deeply disturbed and are a consequence of long-standing conflicts between Croatian and Serbian people. Within the curricula, both in primary and secondary schools and gymnasiums, in each class they process teaching units related to Serbian art, culture, tradition, literature and history from the following subjects:

– Croatian language and literature (field of literature: history of Serbian literature; Serbian literature in the 20th century; contemporary Serbian writers in the Republic of Croatia, literature in a cultural context; field language – dialectology and history of language: the influence of the Serbian language on the development of the Croatian language, the influence of the Croatian language on the development of the Serbian language; culture of expression: Serbian and Croatian language discourses in the 20th century and the first decade 21st century;

– Art culture: history of Serbian art, Serbian art and: film, theater, opera and ballet; contemporary Serbian artists and their influence on the development of Croatian and European art;

– History: ancient and modern history of the Serbian people; history of Serbs in the territory of the Republic of Croatia – influence, cultural treasures and contribution of the Serbian people to the development of the Republic of Croatia; famous Serbs in Croatia; Croatian-Serbian ties through history (political, economic, economic, cultural – cooperation / dialogue);

– Civic education and Sociology: prejudices, dialogue, encouraging the development of knowledge about oneself and others; Croatian-Serbian friendship; workshop: are Croats and Serbs happy ?, the degree of participation of Croatian and Serbian people in cultural, sports and scientific activities, cultural habits and customs of the Serbian population, mythology and religion;

– Religious education: basic characteristics of Orthodoxy; the interpenetration of Catholicism and Orthodoxy; religious holidays of the Serbian people;

– Serbian language as an elective subject in all schools.

It is recommended to find common denominators between the Croatian and Serbian cultural heritage with full respect for the peculiarities and differences of the two peoples who have lived in the same geographical area for centuries.

Unfortunately, this is how the curriculum should have looked like in the 1990s, maybe even the 1980s. We know more about amoebae and arthropods, about the structure and connections of chemical elements, about prehistoric man and the climate in Tajikistan – and almost nothing, or nothing but prejudice, about the people we have lived with for years. This is how honest and well-intentioned dialogues are conducted. It’s late now, or maybe it’s not yet …

Jesus God, are we happy?

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