Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

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#126 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by Nedobrovoljac » 15/01/2014 17:08

Da li ste sigurni da su te bolesne vijesti išle sa Big-a?
Ja sam ih slušao kad god sam bio u tom dijelu RS-a, ali ih ne pamtim po takvim vijestima.

Pamtim onaj dosadni dzingl "big big", što su ubacivali svaki minut.


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#127 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by sinuhe » 15/01/2014 17:22

Ne sjecam ih se po ekstremizmu. Mozda kad bi se neko od slusatelja javio u emisiju. Ali generalno na BiG-u nije bilo politike.

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#128 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by Neregistrirani » 15/01/2014 17:56

Nikad nije bilo granatiranja/bombardovanja BL.
Vlasnik BIG radija je Buco Kragulj, nekako najprisutniji voditelji u t adoba su bili Opa, Saša Nikić i Gunja. Tad su bili cvjećke kakvi su sad nacionalisti.

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#129 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by sinuhe » 15/01/2014 18:21

Radili su na BiG-u i Jugosloveni kao Caja. Sve one pjesme je on osmislio.
Dvanaest zvjezdica, Prvi korpus Krajine.
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#130 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by Nedobrovoljac » 15/01/2014 18:24

Neregistrirani wrote:Nikad nije bilo granatiranja/bombardovanja BL.
Vlasnik BIG radija je Buco Kragulj, nekako najprisutniji voditelji u t adoba su bili Opa, Saša Nikić i Gunja. Tad su bili cvjećke kakvi su sad nacionalisti.
Jel Gunja onaj klempavi, crne, duge kose.?


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#132 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by dezurni_ucenik » 15/01/2014 18:32

A sjediste Biga bilo na Sehitlucima.

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#133 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by Jack Be Nimble » 15/01/2014 18:57

Ko je to? Sta je to? BIG RADIO!

Govorilo se da BiG dobilo ime po sestri i bratu: Bojana i Goran.

Ne sjecam se da li je to bilo kada se Galeb digao iz Zaluzana da malo leti nad BL i od jednom se pojavila dva F16. Vratili ga nazad u Zaluzane pa jedan od njih i sletio. Ili je jednom F16 imao kvar pa morao da sleti na Zaluzane. Da li je tu bilo istine ne znam, uglavnom BIG je bio na prvoj liniji sa Zaluzanima i govorilo se kako je njihov pilot mrsav pa mu daju Srpsku sniclu i Srpsku hranu da ga ojacaju. Kako se pilot divi da nikada bolju hranu nije jeo do sada itd. :lol:

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#134 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by AR15 » 15/01/2014 21:43

sinuhe wrote:Kako iz BL dodje do Dubrovnika? Neobican slucaj.
Nimalo neobičan slučaj.Moj otac je služio obavezni rok u JNA u Banja Luci,također završio u Dubrovniku.
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#135 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by Neregistrirani » 15/01/2014 22:18

Nedobrovoljac wrote: Jel Gunja onaj klempavi, crne, duge kose.?
Jeste, iz Nove varoši.
Jack Be Nimble wrote:
Govorilo se da BiG dobilo ime po sestri i bratu: Bojana i Goran.
Buco i Gordana, gazda i gazdarica.

Zlatko Basic Caja, nije glavni autor dzinglova - on se "samo" uvlacio gdje i kome je stigao, Opa je potpisivao vecinu toga. Ne znam sta mi je iz tog vremena bio veci rebus, sto je Bosnjak pristao da bude glavna uloga u nekom spotu "Krajino mati" u VRS uniformi ili sto je iko htio bas njega?
Kontam rezon da neko "ne talasa", gadna vremena, svako je imao svoje nacine da se nosi s tim, ali da se bas utrkuju da se dokazu, to nikad.

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#136 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by sinuhe » 15/01/2014 22:23

Caja je Jugosloven.


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#138 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by Neregistrirani » 15/01/2014 22:25

sinuhe wrote:Caja je Jugosloven.
nije Caja u spotu za Krajino-mati nego lik s Hiseta

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#139 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by sinuhe » 15/01/2014 22:32

Prelistao sam jednom Cajinu autobiografiju :D i pise tamo da je 1. korpus Krajine njegova pjesma. Malo se brani kao trebalo mu para.
A u tekstovima Amira Osmancevica sam primijetio da voli izmisljati pa Boga pitaj sta je on u knjigu stavio :lol:

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#140 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

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#141 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by ob433 » 16/01/2014 09:40

AR15 wrote:
sinuhe wrote:Kako iz BL dodje do Dubrovnika? Neobican slucaj.
Nimalo neobičan slučaj.Moj otac je služio obavezni rok u JNA u Banja Luci,također završio u Dubrovniku.
ma kad i gdje je sluzio JNA u B:Luci pa zavrsio u Dubrovniku ? sta lupetate ...

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#142 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by AR15 » 16/01/2014 10:05

ob433 wrote:
AR15 wrote:
sinuhe wrote:Kako iz BL dodje do Dubrovnika? Neobican slucaj.
Nimalo neobičan slučaj.Moj otac je služio obavezni rok u JNA u Banja Luci,također završio u Dubrovniku.
ma kad i gdje je sluzio JNA u B:Luci pa zavrsio u Dubrovniku ? sta lupetate ...
Ja ti govorim iz ličnog iskustva,šta ti lupetaš?

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#143 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by ob433 » 16/01/2014 13:21

ja lupam iz licnog iskustva ,a ti ono sto ti je tata pricao ,pitaj ga kad je bio i u kojoj jedinici u B.L.

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#144 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by AR15 » 16/01/2014 19:05

91',služio u BL,kasnjje je njegova jedinica prebačena u Vranje i onda u Dubrovnik.Nisam ga nikad pitao za jedinicu.

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Post by ob433 » 16/01/2014 20:23

AR15 wrote:91',služio u BL,kasnjje je njegova jedinica prebačena u Vranje i onda u Dubrovnik.Nisam ga nikad pitao za jedinicu.
e pa to je to , nije iz BL otisao na Dubrovnik ,nego iz Vranja , garant je bio u nekoj koja se povukla iz Slovenije jer ih je dosta doslo u BL

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#146 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by Saian » 16/01/2014 21:22

Sezam wrote:
Banjaluka 1991 - 1995 je jako opsezna tema, a posto smo na istoriji podforumu, daj da se sto vise bavimo detaljima i faktima, jer samo cemo tako dobiti pravu sliku o tome kako se je jedan grad za samo cetiri godine uspio do temelja promijeniti.

http://www.amazon.de/Eine-bosnische-Sta ... 3486705482

recenzija Ive Banca

Banja Luka, the second largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina (pop. 195,692 in 1991)
and currently the capital of the Bosnian Serb entity, stands in stark contrast to the
widespread notion that the Bosnian confl ict (1992–1995) was a war of fronts. In fact,
as elsewhere in northwestern Bosnia (Bosanska Krajina), the violent expulsion of
non-Serbs and the destruction of sixteen Muslim mosques was conducted in peacetime
and practically without the use of fi rearms. This extraordinary story of how a
multinational and multiconfessional city (43.47 percent Muslims, 31.21 percent Serbs,
and 17.38 percent Croats in 1991) became a nationally homogeneous capital of the
misnamed Republika Srpska is the subject of Armina Galijaš’s monograph, which she
defended as a doctoral dissertation at the University of Vienna in 2009.
Galijaš has produced an impressively documented book that is the product of
very thorough research of all available literature, periodical and monographic, as
well as interviews with notables from Banja Luka; questionnaires completed by refugees
from the same city; all the relevant reports, notably by UNCHR special rapporteur
Tadeusz Mazowiecki; and materials from the International Criminal Tribunal
for the Former Yugoslavia. The work is conceived chronologically and thematically
and embraces every imaginable phenomenon—political development, importance of
new social stratifi cation, religious and ideological reductionism, terror of the new
Serb elite, the growth of apartheid society, and the expulsion of non-Serbs. It is very
diffi cult to imagine that we shall ever get a better overview of this important segment
in the history of modern genocide. Certain sections—for instance, those on the
role of the Serbian Orthodox church, the ethnicization of language and toponyms,
ethnic cleansing in the professions (more than 1,000 non-Serbs fi red from various
medical jobs), economy, and administration—are among the best in the literature on
the Bosnian war. Other sections—for instance, the subchapters on mobilization and
forced labor and the new sacral shape of Banja Luka (the destruction of the venerable
Ferhadija mosque was particularly gruesome)—are in many ways unique.
My issue with this book is not with its contents and conclusions. These are on the
whole highly commendable. Rather, it is with what is missing in the interpretative
loom. Galijaš, like many authors who are rightly stunned by the ethnic violence of
the 1990s, tends to overlook the sources of the confl ict in the practice of twentiethcentury
dictatorships, especially of the prewar communist regime. It is not enough
to note the fi ft y-year absence of “political pluralism” following the Axis occupation.
The evidence most apposite to this history is not only the violence and repression
of the royal dictatorship, of the Ustašas, Chetniks, and Partisans, and of the early
communist period, but in the “normal” destruction of tradition in peacetime Titoist
Yugoslavia, the prime targets of which were Muslim cemeteries, mosques, mektebs,
tekkes, pilgrimage sites (dovišta), and various Christian churches, chapels, and monasteries.
When the period of manifest destruction ended in the late 1960s, the righting
of old wrongs provoked new resentments, which was the stock of the Serb backlash
aft er 1974. All of this is missing in Galijaš’s account. Hence, the exaggerated view of
the Left ’s political potential aft er 1990 and the scraps of nostalgia about Yugoslavia’s
prewar golden Lebenswelt.
In fact, just as the infrastructure of confl ict emerged from under Josip Broz Tito’s
šinjel, from the secondary school manuals on the obligatory subject of “all people’s
defense and social self-protection,” so did Ceca and Arkan and many other heroes of
the neue kulturelle Werte, and so did Milorad Dodik, the current boss of Republika
Srpska. These are the true products of the decades of destruction and intellectual
confusion. That untold story, with rather more than six characters, instead of the
misleading tales on socialist consumerism and the Sarajevo Winter Olympics, is in
search of an author.
Ivo Banac
Yale University
Bujrum!

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Post by AR15 » 17/01/2014 10:57

ob433 wrote:
AR15 wrote:91',služio u BL,kasnjje je njegova jedinica prebačena u Vranje i onda u Dubrovnik.Nisam ga nikad pitao za jedinicu.
e pa to je to , nije iz BL otisao na Dubrovnik ,nego iz Vranja , garant je bio u nekoj koja se povukla iz Slovenije jer ih je dosta doslo u BL
On je iz okoline BL,došao u BL da služi i kasnije ga poslali u Vranje,ugl. on nije bio u Sloveniji.Kad su se vratili iz Dubrovnika u Vranje,kod nas se već zakuhalo i on ispario za BiH

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#148 Re: Dogadjaji u Banja Luci 1991-1995

Post by emillio estevez » 19/01/2014 06:59

sinuhe wrote:Mislis dva rukometasa koji su nekoliko godina pred rat otisli u Zagreb i igrali za njihovu reprezentaciju. Smailagic i Saracevic, i trener Arslanagic. Bozidar Jovic je Srbin.
Doktor Kurjak i Berber hajde imaju neke veze sa BL, ali dugo su zivjeli u drugim mjestima.
Sam da ispravim Bozidar Jovic je Hrvat,, osobno ga poznajem.

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Post by sinuhe » 19/01/2014 10:30

Gluposti.
A ko nas je sutao?
U odnosu na mogucnosti vjerovatno najbolje organizovani Bosnjaci u BiH 1991-95.Ljudi u Velikoj Kladusi koji se nazivaju ljutim Krajisnicima i koji su mogli zivjeti a da u zivotu ne vide Srbina na dzamiju su stavili srpsku zastavu. :lol:

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Post by sinuhe » 19/01/2014 14:31

Ne radi se tu o nekom velikom broju. Nepoznato mi je da je iko i poginuo.
Najcesce su to bili Jugosloveni kao Franc Shubert koji je prije pogibije bio i komandir. Vazio je za velikog junaka, barem prema banjaluckom Glasu.

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