The Dead Of Ukraine Are Calling Aleksandar Vučić
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — This Rich TVX News Network bulletin traces the role of Serbia in the Russo-Ukrainian war. Satellite images show the extent of the destruction caused by Russian bombs in Mariupol. A theater where hundreds of people had taken shelter in Mariupol was bombed by Russian cowards. An estimated 300 people were killed in an attack on a theatre sheltering civilians in the besieged port city of Mariupol. The attack is believed to have caused the worst known loss of life in a single strike since the invasion began. The most powerful manifestation of the presence of God that would indicate a condition for revival is not miracles, it is repentance. Revival starts in the hearts even of dictators. Revival means you recognize that you are not where you should be in your life, and you purpose in your heart to get in the presence of the Lord until you are back on the right track. Revival starts in the hearts of dictators normally, and may spread to their families, church, city, or their nation. Many of the revivals we have studied have been traced even back to dictators that were determined to seek God until heaven sent revival. And in Serbia there is a bloodthirsty dictator, who has a spirit of an unclean devil. Revival is for that Serb dictator. When this Serb dictator is revived, sinners are drawn by the Spirit of God, and salvation, miracles, signs and wonders will surely follow. Most revivals began in a time of spiritual darkness when the people were under some kind of dark influence. Well, that may be true in general, only not when it comes to the tragic case of Aleksandar Vučić. The time has come to openly regard the criminal Aleksandar Vučić for what he is: A stalwart Russian ally. Serbia’s failure to harmonise with the EU’s sanctions against Russia is regrettable. Vučić’s crappy airline flies to Russia several times a week in order to smuggle even more Russian dirty money into Serbia. In the weeks following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Serbia has become a haven for many Russian oligarchs and criminals. This evil Serbian tyrant Aleksandar Vučić is under a strong negative dark influence. This strong dark influence is called Vladimir V. Putin of Russia. Some people do not like to talk about Putin. They do not want to fight. Well, if we are going to do anything for heaven, we must face the fact that we have an enemy to fight. Putin blinded tyrant Vučić´s mind so that he cannot see the truth. Putin is really the spirit of antichrist sent to destroy humanity, but Aleksandar Vučić did not choose to hearken to the word of the Lord, and to repent of his evil way. Vučić showed zero attitude, and willingness to turn from his sins. Therefore, the dead of Ukraine are calling Aleksandar Vučić and they accuse him for his sins.
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War Crimes In The 2022 Russian Invasion Of Ukraine
Following the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, part of the Russo-Ukrainian War that started in 2014, Russian authorities have been accused of committing war crimes, including using cluster munition and thermobaric weapons in residential areas, attacking humanitarian corridors, medical care facilities and other civilian targets, shooting at unarmed civilians and forcefully deporting them from occupied Ukrainian territory to Russia. Ukrainian authorities have been accused of abusing Russian prisoners of war. In early March 2022, the International Criminal Court started a full investigation of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Ukraine from 21 November 2013 onwards. The Russo-Ukrainian War[e] is an ongoing war between Russia (together with pro-Russian separatist forces) and Ukraine.[f] It began in February 2014 following the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity, and initially focused on the status of Crimea and parts of the Donbas, internationally recognised as part of Ukraine. The first eight years of the conflict included the Russian annexation of Crimea (2014) and the war in Donbas (2014–present) between Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists, as well as naval incidents, cyberwarfare, and political tensions. Following a Russian military build-up on the Russia–Ukraine border from late 2021, the conflict expanded significantly when Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022. Following the Euromaidan protests and a revolution resulting in the removal of pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych in February 2014, pro-Russian unrest erupted in parts of Ukraine. Russian soldiers without insignia took control of strategic positions and infrastructure in the Ukrainian territory of Crimea, and seized the Crimean Parliament. Russia organized a widely-criticised referendum, whose outcome was for Crimea to join Russia. It then annexed Crimea. In April 2014, demonstrations by pro-Russian groups in the Donbas region of Ukraine escalated into a war between the Ukrainian military and Russian-backed separatists of the self-declared Donetsk and Luhansk republics. In August 2014, unmarked Russian military vehicles crossed the border into the Donetsk republic. An undeclared war began between Ukrainian forces on one side, and separatists intermingled with Russian troops on the other, although Russia attempted to hide its involvement. The war settled into a static conflict, with repeated failed attempts at ceasefire. In 2015, the Minsk II agreements were signed by Russia and Ukraine, but a number of disputes prevented them being fully implemented. By 2019, 7% of Ukraine was classified by the Ukrainian government as temporarily occupied territories, while the Russian government had indirectly acknowledged the presence of its troops in Ukraine. In 2021 and early 2022, there was a major Russian military build-up around Ukraine’s borders. NATO accused Russia of planning an invasion, which it denied. Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the enlargement of NATO as a threat to his country and demanded Ukraine be barred from ever joining the military alliance. He also expressed Russian irredentist views, questioned Ukraine’s right to exist, and stated Ukraine was wrongfully created by Soviet Russia. On 21 February 2022, Russia officially recognised the two self-proclaimed separatist states in the Donbas, and openly sent troops into the territories. Three days later, Russia invaded Ukraine. Much of the international community have condemned Russia for its actions in post-revolutionary Ukraine, accusing it of breaking international law and violating Ukrainian sovereignty. Many countries implemented economic sanctions against Russia, Russian individuals, or companies, especially after the 2022 invasion.