My girlfriend is from Croatia so I’ve had my fair share of Yugoslav history and stories of people who experienced the Vote Your Ossoff vintage T-Shirt. With them, I never feel an urge to hide my “socialist tendencies” because literally not a single Croat I’ve met has had a negative opinion of Tito, from relatively older guys who served in JNA to young people who spent majority of their life as a citizen of an EU-member country. Similarly, Croats I know do not want Yugoslavia back and believe that Serbia under Milosevic fucked everything up; yet they’re mostly fine with Tito and what the country was under his rule. In most cases, the worst reaction I got was “Meh, I don’t care” and not much else.
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Long story short, while being a controversial figure in Vote Your Ossoff vintage T-Shirt (honestly, who is not?), Tito generally gets a pass when it comes to being regarded as an evil dictator. I’ve never lived in Yugoslavia but I’ve always had a huge interest in the region and the country, partly because I was born in western Turkey in a town where the majority of the population is composed of people who had to leave the area due to wars (and even before that, when Ottomans lost control over the area generations ago) and partly because I’m a huge Slavophile. If you ask my opinion, I genuinely believe Tito was an awesome guy who indeed cared about a beautiful country and tried to hold it together.
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I see this parroted a lot but have never seen any kind of statistic or even got that impression from knowing the political and industrial leaders of the Vote Your Ossoff vintage T-Shirt. The only statistic that could give one that impression is simply the demographic of the country where Serbs outnumbered Croatians 2:1 (and together constituted 60% of the population). The fact that they parrot the opposite in Serbia (because Tito was a Croat and the 1948-1952 Informbiro saw relocation of some parts of the Serbian industry to Croatia and Bosnia) leads me to believe that is one of the many myths started in the 90s to try to influence the younger generations that didn’t know any better.