Thursday, July 7, 2022

SLAVIC BROTHERHOOD IS A MYTH - A LIE/FABLE/FOLLY: The question for Slavic countries to ask yourself is if Russia, and Serbia are Slavic countries on the first place.

Serbia just recently engaged actively through acts of war in ethnic cleansing(genocide) against Bosnian(Slavic), Croat(Slavic), and Slovenia(Slavic - initial Serbian idea was cleanse every ethnic Slovenian from Slovenia just as Kosovar from Kosovo)...

Russia JUST RECENTLY cleansed out of Ukraine already over 11 million Ukrainians - Russia

previously cleansed out via Soviet Union in a 100 year war on people of Ukraine a population equal to size of Ukraine prior to 2014(Ukraine used to be twice the size of Ukraine prior to Russian occupation in 2014 - it wasn't about 8 million Ukrainian victims murdered via Holodomor alone under Joseph Stalin, but much more) , and is more than willing to commit itself with the same with THE SAME against Pollacks, Czechs, Slovaks...

Putin's principles of ethnic cleansing(indifferent from Serbian Milošević) AGAINST SLAVIC PEOPLES are 100% in line with description of ethnic cleansing(genocide) as term is described in any dictionary as wiping out people on highest

scale via war(not even social engineering) and FREQUENTLY EXCEED ACTIONS OF ADOLF HITLER WHO HAD HIS OWN PLAN FOR SLAVIC PEOPLE KNOWN AS FINAL SOLUTION.

It is a duty of Slavic member states(those who consider themselves as Slavic) to condemn Russia and Serbia most heavily and express as much as possible support for people of Ukraine OR REGROUP THEMSELVES INTO SEPARATE ETHNIC CATEGORY AND IN SOME CASES EVEN SHUT MOUTHS IN RESPECT TO THOSE WHO ASSISTED AND ASSIST UKRAINE TO BEST OF THEIR ABILITIES WITHOUT EVEN CATEGORIZING THEMSELVES ITO GROUP OF SLAVIC PEOPLE...
@Poland, Czech rep., Slovakia, Croatia, Bosnia, Bulgaria and others - ITS TIME TO EQUAL PUTIN AND WORK OF SLOBODAN MILOŠEVIĆ WITH ADOLF HITLER AND UPDATE(reset) YOURSELF ON NEW REALITY AS CALLS OF YESTERDAY WHILE REMAIN RELEVANT FOR ENTIRE HUMANITY, HOWEVER, ARE CONTRARY WITH PRESENT BELIEVES OF MANY PEOPLE WHO STUCK IN TIME...ITS TIME TO BOOST MUTUAL COOPERATION WITH WESTERN EUROPE FOR THE SAKE OF COMMON PROSPERITY/SECURITY. CONTRARY TO WHAT WE HAVE SEEN ON BALKANS WITH SERBIA WHICH LAUNCHED WAR ON 4 OTHER NATIONS AND WHAT WE SEE TODAY AGAIN IS THE CASE WITH RUSSIA ITS ALWAYS A DUTY OF LARGER GROUP(in this case Slavic group of which on Balkans Serbia was the largest) MEMBER TO REMAIN A PATRON/SPONSOR/PROTECTOR OF SMALLER WHICH NEVER EVER THROUGHOUT ENTIRE HISTORY WAS THE CASE WITH EITHER SERBIA OR RUSSIA. THEY BOTH FAILED TEST OF TIME AND BROTHERHOOD OF ANY KIND.










April 15, 2022

Pro-Russian Right-Wing Serbs Hold Another Demonstration In Belgrade

A protest for Russia organized by Serbian far-right group the People's Patrol in Belgrade on April 15.

Thousands of people waving Russian and Serbian flags and carrying pictures of Russian President Vladimir Putin marched through Belgrade on April 15 to protest Serbia's support for Russia's suspension from the UN Human Rights Council.

The demonstration, organized by the far-right anti-immigrant group the People’s Patrol, gathered at the monument to Russian Tsar Nikolai II in the center of Belgrade and from there walked to the Russian Embassy chanting, "Serbs and Russians -- brothers forever," "No NATO," and, "Crimea is Russia, Kosovo is Serbia.”

They lit torches and threw smoke bombs in front of the building of the Serbian presidency, shouting slogans against President Aleksandar Vucic. Law enforcement officers took no action.

The protest was also supported by the right-wing movement Dveri, which is entering the Serbian Parliament with 10 seats won in elections on April 3.

The organizers of the protest demanded that the government in Belgrade "immediately stop all proceedings against Russia in international organizations."

Serbia has voted against Russia three times in favor of UN resolutions condemning its invasion of Ukraine but has been explicit in supporting only decisions that do not relate to sanctions. Serbia voted to exclude Russia from the UN Human Rights Council on April 7, joining 93 members of the 193-member General Assembly voting in favor of suspension.

The protest on April 15 was the latest held in Belgrade in support of Russia’s war against Ukraine. A March 13 demonstration, also organized by the People's Patrol, featured several dozen vehicles marked with a Z -- symbol of the Russian Army in Ukraine -- and Serbian and Russian flags cruising the city's streets.

Protests in support of Russia were also organized on March 4 and March 24 in the center of Belgrade. They drew thousands of participants, who chanted slogans of support for Russia as they walked to the Russian Embassy.






ITS 2022 - NOT 1945 !!!


AND TODAY IN 2022 YOU ARE CLOSER TO RUSSIANS/SERBS OR GERMANS, BRITISH, AMERICANS, FRENCH ETC. !!????


RUSSIA DOESN'T MIND TO USE EVEN NUCLEAR ARSENAL TO CLEANSE NEXT TO UKRAINIAN A POLLACKS AND OTHER SLAVIC PEOPLES....





Over 40 countries sign accord pledging to rebuild Ukraine

The declaration is "the first step of a long journey," Switzerland's President Ignazio Cassis says. Shelling continues in Ukraine's east, where at least nine civilians are killed and six wounded in 24 hours, Ukrainian officials say. Germany seeks to kickstart expansion of renewable energy.






The United States, Japan, and Europe's leading economies are among more than 40 countries that signed the Lugano Declaration on Tuesday, aimed at raising funds to rebuild war-torn Ukraine. 

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The declaration is "the first step of a long journey," Switzerland's President Ignazio Cassis was quoted as saying by The New York Times

Lugano, which contains a set of seven founding principles for Ukraine's reconstruction, is named after the Swiss town, where Kyiv's allies met for a two-day conference to decide on the country's recovery plan.

The declaration aims to raise hundreds of billions of dollars. Earlier on Monday, Ukraine's Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal told participants of the conference that his country's recovery "is already estimated at $750 billion." 

He added that the key source of future reconstruction should be "the confiscated assets of Russia and Russian oligarchs." According to Shmyhal, such assets frozen by foreign states as part of sanctions imposed against Moscow already amounted to $300-500 billion.

While Ukraine's allies confirmed their commitment to aid Kyiv in recovering the country's infrastructure that has been heavily destroyed by Russian bombings, they called on political and economic reforms to be made.

"The rule of law must be systematically strengthened and corruption eradicated," the declaration stated.  

As Ukraine was previously ranked among the world's most corrupt countries by Transparency International, the issue of accountability is viewed among the most pressing by the states that agreed to provide considerable financial aid.

Meanwhile, foreign analysts said this week that Russia may be temporarily easing its offensive in Ukraine as the Russian military attempts to reassemble its forces for a renewed assault.

On Wednesday, Russian forces made no claimed or assessed territorial gains in Ukraine "for the first time in 133 days of war," according to the Institute for the Study of War. The Washington-based think tank institute suggested that Moscow may be taking an "operational pause" that does not entail "the complete cessation of active hostilities."

"Russian forces will likely confine themselves to relatively small-scale offensive actions as they attempt to set conditions for more significant offensive operations and rebuild the combat power needed to attempt those more ambitious undertakings," the institute said.

Shelling continued in Ukraine's east, where at least nine civilians were killed and six wounded in 24 hours, Ukrainian officials said.

Ukraine's presidential office said in its Thursday morning update that cities and villages in seven Ukrainian regions were shelled in the past day. Most of the civilian deaths occurred in Donetsk province, where fighting is ongoing. Seven civilians were killed there, including a child, the presidential office said.

Ten cities and villages came under shelling in Donetsk, and 35 buildings were destroyed, including a school, a vocational college, and a hospital, officials said.

Donetsk is part of the Donbas, a mostly Russian-speaking industrial area where Ukraine's most experienced soldiers are concentrated. Pro-Russian separatists have fought Ukrainian forces and controlled much of the Donbas for eight years. Russian President Vladimir Putin recognized the independence of two self-proclaimed republics there just before Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24.

Putin on Monday claimed victory in Luhansk, the other province constituting the Donbas, after Ukrainian forces withdrew from the last city they controlled there. The governor of Luhansk, Serhiy Haidai, denied Wednesday that the Russians had completely captured the province.

In Kharkiv, Ukraine's second-largest city, a boarding school was hit, but no one was injured. The Kharkiv region, which lies along the border with Russia, is under daily shelling, and two civilians were killed there over the past 24 hours.

The Ukrainian military said Thursday that Russian forces also carried out shelling and helicopter strikes in the Sumy region in the northeast.

Even as the fighting continued, the British Defense Ministry said it thinks Russia's military is "reconstituting" its forces. A ministry intelligence assessment issued Thursday said the heavy shelling along the front line in Donetsk is likely intended to secure previous Russian gains.

The British ministry noted a new law under consideration by the Russian parliament will give the government special economic powers amid the war.

The law would allow "Russia to avoid acknowledging it is engaged in a war or its failure to overcome Ukraine's military that was outnumbered and outgunned," the ministry said.

In related news, German lawmakers were poised Thursday to approve a major package of reforms aimed at boosting the production of renewable power, as Chancellor Olaf Scholz warned that the country has for too long relied on energy supplies from Russia.

The government unveiled its 600-page "Easter package" in April, less than two months after Russia's invasion of Ukraine escalated the simmering energy crisis between Moscow and western European neighbors, many of which were buyers of Russian fossil fuels.

Germany has sharply reduced its energy imports from Russia in recent months. The government aims to end the purchase of Russian coal and oil this year, and of natural gas by 2024.

Scholz said late Wednesday that the war was another reason for Europe's biggest economy to double down on its efforts to expand the use of renewable energy.

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"Germany has relied for too long and too unilaterally on energy supplies from Russia," he said at a renewable energy industry event in Berlin. "Today, we have to realize that Russia is using energy as a weapon. After all, no one believes that Russia is reducing its gas supplies for technical reasons alone."

Scholz's government recently pledged to rapidly accelerate the installation of sun and wind power facilities, setting a target of generating 80% of Germany's gross electricity use from renewable energy by 2030, and cutting greenhouse gas emissions from all sources to 'net zero' by 2045.

Economists have questioned whether those goals are achievable with current measures.

"If we want to keep energy affordable in the long term, if we want to reconcile supply security and climate protection, then this is only possible with renewable energies," said Scholz. "That's why we need to kick the expansion of renewables into high gear now."



Od psihiatra do zločinca

 

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Radovanu Karadžiću pripisujejo odgovornost za najhujši zločin med vojno na območju nekdanje Jugoslavije, genocid v Srebrenici leta 1995.
 
 

Če bi bil Haag sodno telo, bi bil pripravljen oditi tja ... A je politično telo, ki je bilo ustvarjeno za to, da krivdo naprti Srbom.

Radovan Karadžić

 
Nekdanji politični voditelj bosanskih Srbov Radovan Karadžić je do danes veljal za enega od najbolj iskanih obtožencev Mednarodnega sodišča za vojne zločine na območju nekdanje Jugoslavije v Haagu.

Obtožnica haaškega sodišča ga bremeni genocida, zločinov proti človečnosti, kršitev vojnega prava in hudih kršitev ženevskih konvencij. Pod njegovim poveljstvom je bila vojska Republike srbske odgovorna za etnično čiščenje in številna grozodejstva.

Trinajst let na begu
Ameriška vlada je leta 2001 za informacije, ki naj bi pripeljale do Karadžićeve aretacije, razpisala nagrado v vrednosti petih milijonov dolarjev.

Nekdanja glavna haaška tožilka Carla Del Ponte je več let trdila, da se vojaški poveljnik bosanskih Srbov Ratko Mladić skriva v Srbiji, občasno pa tudi v Republiki srbski, Karadžić pa v Republiki srbski in Črni gori, verjetno tudi v Srbiji. Večkrat je ostro obsodila mednarodne sile in pomanjkanje sodelovanja med različnimi obveščevalnimi službami, saj ga več kot deset let po vložitvi obtožnice niso prijeli.

Zaščita v Srbiji
Pozneje se je izvedelo, da so glavna haaška ubežnika dolgo varovale srbske civilne in vojaške oblasti.

Karadžić z ženo Ljiljano © Reuters

 
Psiholog v Crveni zvezdi
Karadžić se je rodil 19. junija 1945 v Črni gori, njegova družina pa je po rodu s Kosova. Njegov oče Vuk je bil med drugo svetovno vojno četnik, tako da je bil po vojni pretežni del njegovega otroštva v zaporu. Družina naj bi bila v sorodu tudi z očetom srbske abecede Vukom Karadžićem .

Leta 1960 se je Radovan Karadžić preselil v Sarajevo, kjer je spoznal svojo soprogo Ljiljano. Po študiju psihologije se je specializiral za zdravljenje depresije. Leta 1983 je postal psiholog beograjskega nogometnega kluba Crvena zvezda. Preden se je podal v politiko, pa je bil znan pesnik in psihiater.

Vstop v politiko
Srbski nacionalistični pisatelj Dobrica Ćosić ga je spodbudil, da se je odločil za politiko. Tako je leta 1990 postal predsednik Srbske demokratske stranke (SDS). Manj kot dve leti pozneje je razglasil neodvisno Republiko srbsko z glavnim mestom Sarajevom. Od 12. maja do 17. decembra 1992 je bil predsednik predsedstva Republike srbske, od 17. decembra 1992 do 19. julija 1996 pa njen predsednik in vrhovni poveljnik oboroženih sil.

21. novembra 1995 so takratni predsedniki BiH, Hrvaške in Srbije, Alija Izetbegović , Franjo Tuđman in Slobodan Milošević v ameriškem mestecu Dayton parafirali daytonski mirovni sporazum, ki so ga slovesno podpisali 14. decembra 1995 v francoskem mestecu Rambouillet.

Daytonski sporazum je pomenil tudi začetek konca politične oziroma vojaške kariere Karadžića in Mladića, ki je še vedno na begu. Leta 1996 je Karadžić zaradi pritiska mednarodne skupnosti in takratnega jugoslovanskega predsednika Slobodana Miloševića odstopil s položaja predsednika Republike srbske in pooblastila prenesel na podpredsednico Biljano Plavšić . 

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