Aleksandar Vučić to buy NIS back from Gazprom for the modest amount of 17 billion US$
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — When an ordinary Russian is growing old, his soul longs for eternal peace, but the Siloviki know no peace, they seek war: they know that only through this can they exist. In the Russian political lexicon, a silovik (Russian: силови́к, IPA: [sʲɪlɐˈvʲik]; plural: siloviki, Russian: силовики́, IPA: [sʲɪləvʲɪˈkʲi]) is a person who works in the Russian Armed Forces, the Russian national police, the Russian national drug control, the Russian immigration control (GUVM), the Ministry of Justice, the Federal Security Service (FSB), the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), the Federal Protective Service (FSO) and any other state organisation that is authorised to use force against people. This word is also used for a politician who came into politics from these organisations. Siloviki is also used as a collective noun to designate all troops and officers of all law enforcement agencies of post-Soviet countries, not necessarily high-ranking ones. The “desire” for war with the West had apparently become dominant by the Putin regime. The ecstasy of hysteria rules almost everywhere. Russia has gone wild with joy at the prospect of war with the United States of America and NATO. Dictator Aleksandar Vučić is another Russian creation; along with dropping bombs on innocent, unarmed, civilians – men, women & babies in the Ukraine. Sanctions did not stop the Kremlin. The Kremlin cult moved to Serbia and opened corporations for Russian oligarchs & FSB to continue its evil. The Kremlin is well known for making messes in its back yard and everywhere else it visits, and Serbia is just one more Russian disaster. While writing these lines, the Kremlin is preparing a new war in Kosovo, and the criminal Aleksandar Vučić regime blames its victims in Kosovo, which is the hallmark of a phony, cowardly, bully loser. Well, it is said that the Aleksandar Vučić cartel members are not Turks or Boxers, but (it says with sarcasm) “Russian brothers.” This definition, however, was darkened by the shadow of the Russian Bear.
Sharp accusations against Serbia and Russia
A Serbian TV channel just before the outbreak of the war in Ukraine broadcasted the story of a Serbian workman who was present at a patriotic demonstration, and who, carried away by patriotic emotion called out: “Down with Rio!” When his neighbors called attention to his mistake he cried out just as fervently, “Down with Rio Tinto!” Serbia revoked Rio Tinto’s (RIO.L) lithium exploration licences, bowing down to protesters who opposed the development of the project by the Anglo-Australian mining giant on environmental grounds. And yet, logical as this act may seem, it did not escape notice in the Kremlin. If Serbia had the right sort of statesman to lead the way. Serbia would then consider it a duty of honor also to cleanse her territory of the sort of insane Russian propaganda, and all sorts of Serbian traitors, but Serbia is clearly not ready to undertake a fundamental change in her policy towards Russia. After the Russian invasion of the Ukraine, the enthusiastic support, which the invasion found in all classes of the Serbian people surpassed all expectations. When it comes to Rio Tinto, it should be remembered that the anger of the Serbian people was cumulative. The protests seemed to be the climax of a long series of provocations by the criminal Aleksandar Vučić regime. The origins of the trouble go back, when JSC Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of Russia’s OAO Gazprom, acquired a majority stake in Serbia’s Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS), a Serbian multinational oil and gas company with headquarters in NIS building, Novi Sad, Serbia. NIS is one of the most profitable companies in Serbia and one of the largest domestic exporters. It employs around 11,000 people in Serbia and the region. The main activities of the company are exploration, production and refining of petroleum and natural gas, sales and distribution of a broad range of petroleum and gas products, as well as the implementation of energy and petrochemical projects. The main NIS production facilities are in the Republic of Serbia, while subsidiaries and representative offices have been established in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Romania, Russia and Angola.
The nervousness in the Kremlin increased
The Criminal Grotesque Aleksandar Vučić Regime
As the Russian threatening storm loomed darker and darker in the sky, the feeling against the Kremlin became more and more evident. A Rich TVX News Network investigation of this sort presents difficulties of a special character. For one thing, public opinion itself in Serbia is somewhat nebulous. It shades off into Russian governmental action at one end, into Serbian criminals at the other. Furthermore, public opinion would first have to be prepared. Dictator Aleksandar Vučić was invited to establish normal relations with the Western world. The civilised world frankly held out its hand to the bloodthirsty tyrant; the criminal grotesque Aleksandar Vučić regime has despised its gesture; the consequences now fall back on that regime. As the war in Ukraine continued longer than expected, however, nervousness in the Kremlin increased, the irritation of the Kremlin was stimulated by certain influences, the tension grew greater: so that by the time the ultimatum was sent to Serbia, the Kremlin seems to have been more ready for this step than it would have been immediately after the invasion of Ukraine. The plot was apparently hatched in the Kremlin, and Aleksandar Vučić finally agreed to the meeting of a conference of Gazprom to be held in Belgrade for the purpose of accepting Kremlin´s terms. In spite of the accumulated irritation of years, the Kremlin is forcing Serb dictator Aleksandar Vučić to buy NIS back from Gazprom for 17 billion US$. This is where things get a little complicated. The buyer will not be a Serbian company owned by the government. The buyer will be from Hungary. What the hell you might say. Well, you don’t really believe that the Kremlin will just give up the petroleum industry in Serbia like that? It also provides an opportunity for all involved to launder large sums of money. According to the Kremlin slogan: There is no way to happiness; happiness is the way. Various arguments were adduced to support the belief that in case of trouble with Aleksandar Vučić´s Serbia, the EU would be allowed a free hand in dealing with her. There is ample evidence to show that anti – Vučić regime feeling was strong and widespread in the EU. Resolution adopted last week says any advance in Serbia’s EU accession negotiations should be linked to Belgrade’s alignment with the EU on sanctions against Russia.
Serbia’s Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) was placed on the Yale blacklist
For a long time those in charge of affairs in Belgrade had been reproached for their lack of energy toward Moscow, and Aleksandar Vučić had naturally served as Russian front. How many times, during and since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, was he criticized on all sides, as much by the general public as by the EU! What was the result? The result was ZERO. The organized Red Orchestra network of Serbian traitors and criminals has carried out the Serbian-Russian energy deal with Gazprom, long since prepared in Moscow and Belgrade, which was part of the Kremlin strategy. For NIS the Serbian people cry, but they also call for revenge on the originators of this crime, demanding that the people of Serbia rid themselves of the nest of Russian murderers, which “vomits its brood” over the boundaries of the Putin regime. But the Serbian-Russian energy deal was crucial for Serbia, even the Gazprom deal gave the country a black eye in international financial circles. NIS was undervalued and the sale to Russia was completely political. The purchase price was $570 million, shockingly the Serbian people did not get a single cent of it. The entire amount was stolen and split between corrupt Kremlin bureaucrats and Serbian thieves. The Serbian orphans had neither bread nor water. That hasn’t changed to this day. Even today people and children are starving in Serbia. The Aleksandar Vučić regime is for sure the biggest scum that has ever ruled the country. The Serbian-Russian energy deal was completely corrupt. It would be too much to say that the Serbian-Russian deal was greeted with universal applause in the United States back then. But the ‘writing is on the wall’ for the Kremlin. Gazprom got what they deserved. Serbia’s Naftna Industrija Srbije (NIS) ended up on Yale´s «List of Shame», which is updated continuously by Yale professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Steven Tian and the amazing Yale team of experts. The Yale School of Management (also known as Yale SOM) is the graduate business school of Yale University, private research university in New Haven, Connecticut. To this day, the corrupt Kremlin bureaucrats are outraged at how unfairly Russia is being treated by Yale University. These demonic Kremlin beings, which only happen to have the human form, of course forgot to mention the murder, plunder and rape in Ukraine.