Yugoslavia would stay in history and stay remembered as one of societies predecessors to newly emerging Intermarium. Serbians would now focus on Serbian question what Polish elites around Polish prince Adam Czartoryski suggested them. But, back then after WWI, it was hard to focus on Serbian question and unite solely Serbian lands (no matter of Orthodox and of Catholic Serbs) when non-Serbian but still Slavic Slovenia was threatened to stay as part of Austria and Italy in that case. So, Serbians chosen Yugoslavia and gave shelter to Slovenians. Then, in environment of Uni-Polar world and Cold War, within Yugoslavia, Serbians were exposed to deeper disintegration of their ethnic being over the religious lines.
So, i think that would Serbians now correct one historical injustice. Serbs would reunite and they would create strong Serbian state, healthy Slavic society with underlined tolerance on religious differences among Serbs of different religious background.
On the other side, when Serbian lands (today`s Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia, Herzegovina) re-unite in one state and if Macedonia and Slovenia and possible Bulgaria (there were ideas that Bulgaria join when first and second Yugoslavia were formed) show intention to join with that new Serbia, there would be Yugoslavia. Even then, i am sure, it would be just pretext to joining of South Slavs into the Intermarium (just via Yugoslavia), as Pilsudski himself contemplated on that. But, this scenario depend on elements that are outside of our perception at this moment.
You would note that i didn`t mention Croatia as part of eventual new Yugoslavia because i don`t think that is realistic that Croatia survive as a state. Its just the matter of time when would Catholic Serbs and remaining Orthodox Serbs of what is now Croatia rebel against Croat oppression and decide to join with Serbia (Dalmatia-Adriatic coast, Slavonia and some other regions). What remain from Croatia (real ethnic Croatia) would stay oriented on Germany and won`t seek its future in Intermarium.Protesters and police in violent clashes in Montenegro
Podogrica (Montenegro) (AFP) - Montenegrin protesters on Sunday hurled stones and used pepper spray against police, who retaliated with tear gas during a rally of several thousand seeking the prime minister's resignation.
Demonstrators in the tiny Balkan nation are calling for "genuine elections" organised by a transitional government in place of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, who has been at the centre of power since the early 1990s.
"Milo thief!" and "He is over!" chanted the protesters, who eventually dispersed after about an hour.'Protests Won't Stop' Until Montenegro PM Resigns
balkaninsight.com/en/article/protests-won-t-stop-until-montenegro-pm-resigns-09-28-2015People carried placards calling for Djukanovic to step down, while some waved Serbian and Montenegrin flags
Montenegrin protesters plan daily protests until the prime minister steps down, as thousands attend Sunday's anti-government rally in Podgorica.Merged
: Devastation of Churches built by Nemanjic nobles, ancestral house of Polish Jadwiga; Should Poland react?
In a family tree of Polish Jadwiga, Serbian Nemanjic dynasty is the only Imperial noble house. So, highest ranking nobility in family tree. Therefore, Nemanjic`s noble house is considered to be original ancestral house of Polish Jadwiga. Nemanjic`s were only European Imperial nobility that was crowned, respected and recognized equally by the Pope from Rome and by the Patriarch of the Constantinople.
Jelisaveta (Elizabeth) of Serbia was the great-grandmother to Jadwiga of Poland and Mary of Hungary.Jadwiga of Poland
Anyway, Nemanjic`s built many Churches and monasteries on Kosovo and Metohija, in Raska region, in Dubrovnik, in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
These days, Churches built by Nemanjic`s are being desecrated and devastated by the Muslims extremists on Kosovo who dared to apply for UNESCO membership, while for that having support of the western Europe?
So, the question of this thread is what should official Poland do? Is this the right moment for official Poland to stand and publicly support and defend values that so eagerly promote- tradition and family? Is this the right moment for official Poland to openly support campaign of Serbian government, Campaign against Kosovo's UNESCO bid?
spot this >#NoKosovoUnesco: Campaign against Kosovo's UNESCO bid
The Serbian president's official YouTube channel has published a video about the destruction of Serbian cultural heritage in Kosovo.The Truth #NoKosovoUnesco
As you can learn watching video above, on the places of devastation of Churches regularly appears graffiti with inscription- ISIS.[moved from]
To be able to understand processes within Poland, one must observe what`s going on around Poland and how people that is kin to Poles react on continental events
This is how Serbians defend democracy during protest in BelgradeSource: Tanjug Thursday, March 10, 2016 | 09:35