Many phenomenon in political and social life in Balkan warn that even eleven years after the last war xenophobia is present among the huge majority of citizens.Apart the economic poverty and depression, prejudices, misconceptions, and stereotypes about the others and us are wittingly regenerating. It multiplies fear and hatred and in practice, results with massive violence. Have new authorities and citizens of Western Balkans acquired any experiences from the past war dramas? Can we talk about positive changes, when we speak about xenophobia and hatred? Unfortunately, this questions can be answered and have to be mostly answered in a negative way.