Memento homo, quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris
I'm a little black humorous, changed the look of the blog and is now full of himself ..
I'm just trying to declare political package that is my Darwinian origin of species as well as trace the continent or the end of which I encourage.
And of course I read the posters and notices or society all these carnivals and various events I was doing with a small group from 1982 to 1988. No one can say I'm not from an early age and was alone on a stage, so at least that childhood my local primary school.
In the last 20 years I have missed too much but just what I am no longer in a certain form of mood ..
She has no more goody kerít let alone raise a leg on the chair, I've never not done except when necessary, dress socks ..Now when I'm no longer a child or Tito's pioneer; I'm a little bit away from certain traditions, although always when we were kids in a way characterized the time ..
but I somehow can not remember or can not be determined because of the system of government at that time gave too much importance..
All this suggests that this is one of our custom link in a chain of European customs.
Yugoslavia's exports, build factories, hospitals, schools, highways, railways. They were all middle class. Everybody was good. Then came Tudjman, all we kidnapped, privatized, robbed, and now we do not own, we do not have industry, we do not have their own bank, are naked and barefoot.
Of course, these myths are systematically implanted in the consciousness of the population for over twenty years...
In Yugoslavia were all employees.Yes, if you bought a ticket to Munich in one direction. Such was over half a million just in the first five years after Tito opened the border, in the period 1968 - 1973, and later they were joined by about a million people. The fall in unemployment in that age right corresponds to the number of people who are - moved. Official data on unemployment in the former Yugoslavia say it was the eighties mostly ranged around 15-16%, so it was significantly higher than in Croatia before the crisis, and a little smaller than it is today.A month after Tito's death in June 1980, the federal government has devalued the dinar by 30%, and then it will be the devaluation line up one after the other until the break-up of Yugoslavia.In 1983, Yugoslavia was officially bankrupt, although it never its citizens is not published (but posted others), and stopped paying all obligations abroad, which resulted in huge shortages.So: even before the war and the fall of communism, which blew the remains of the economy, we're back to where we were - before World War II. And in relation to that where we were in the Austro Hungarian Empire, when Croatia began to rapidly industrialize parallel with most other countries, and when they established refineries and ports and built most of the roads and railways, we have made a step back.