NIN: Croatia after Vukovar
Belgrade, 22 November - "The project of building an independent Croatian state which was in preparation for ten years, would have had greater chances of success and a less rocky path to realization to travel, had its implementation been undertaken by politically mature people. A group comprised of one-time waiters, degenerate lawyers, unsuccessful poets and fanatic priests was capable of doing only one thing: provoking a civil war which has and will cause rivers of blood to flow," wrote commentator Ratko Dimitrović in today's Nin and went on to say: "The fall of Vukovar has got Paraga all excited. 'President Tudjman must resign from office,' he enthuses, 'as he has allowed the gates of Slavonia to open wide.'"
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