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Oh i see, so there was no Serbization of people including changing their faith and surnames into Serbian ones? Such as Vlachs in Croatia (Lika, Dalmatinska Zagora,) and in Bosnia, and turning them into "Serbs"?  ::) or Serbization of Macedonians and Bulgarians into Serbs with changing their surnames from (example) Popov into Popović etc.

Krajina? well let's look at the Vlach Voivod writing to a bishop:
"…da bi Laških sinov ne bilo, puste bi Kraine bile, nego se s nimi Kraine brane i podpiraju i oni su kakti jedan čit. I to dobro znate vaše gospodstvo, da smo jedna bratia, da oni ne mogu prez nas živi biti, kako ti ni mi prez nih. Tako nemoite nas bantuvati ni burkati Kraine med sobom. Ja ne možem kraine deržati ar se ona hoće zadovoljiti i fantiti."

I guess one of your politicians, Šešelj, is and ethnic old-rooted Serb as well? :)

Hell sure it was, but I personally do not know of one. As for Krajina, who knows better about Krajina then the people inhabiting it, I do not know of one Vlach (Aromunian), nor did I ever heard Vlach language there, nor did I ever met a Serb with ancestry other than Serb. Which gives me an illusion, it is only foreign propaganda.

Šešelj, is and ethnic old-rooted Serb from Popovo valley, Zahumlje. I heard a part of the branch was croatised.

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