The New York Times Opposes Aleksandar Vučić’s Brutal Regime In Serbia
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) – Drawing on Rich TVX News sources, with the full support of the U.S. Intelligence Community, the Pentagon, and the U.S. Department of State, the Rich TVX News Network researched the crimes of Serbian dictator Aleksandar Vučić, and we began to see his reign of terror as part of a long and ongoing tragedy. Hopefully, the Rich TVX News Network story about Aleksandar Vučić, who uses his power unjustly, as a tyrant, will help break the cycle of violence, and poverty that has brought so much misery to the people of Serbia by the criminal Vučić regime. Aleksandar Vučić’s fake COVID-19 Vaccines Victory Promo Tour put a friendly face on the American TV Screens. But while the Serbian tyrant charmed the public as paid ad on CNN, reports began to leak out from The New York Times, written by the highly respected Andrew Higgins, the bureau chief for East and Central Europe, which describes how Serbia’s dictator, Aleksandar Vučić, hailed Chinese investors as Serbia’s saviors, while the Chinese money had kept afloat two of Serbia’s biggest companies. Another tragedy took place in Alaska last Saturday. Petr Kellner, the Czech Republic’s richest person and one of the dominant figures in the country’s business scene, died in a helicopter crash in Alaska. The Rich TVX News Network would like to express deepest condolences to the family of Petr Kellner and of those killed. With Petr Kellner’s death, many of Aleksandar Vučić and Xi Jinping´s 5G plans also died under the helicopter wreckage. Xi Jinping´s foreign policy and Chinese businesses are actively encouraged to see Serbia and Eastern Europe as a trade and investment destination. China’s growing public presence in Serbia, coming as it does against the backdrop of a sustained Western media campaign of shock and awe at China’s new-found power. The New York Times story investigated the emerging relationship between China and Serbia to understand the character and content of China’s foreign policy towards Serbia. There is no doubt that Aleksandar Vučić has enabled China to achieve an unparalleled prominence in Serbia in an extraordinarily short period of time. The New York Times is an American daily newspaper based in New York City with a worldwide readership. Founded in 1851, the Times has since won 130 Pulitzer Prizes (the most of any newspaper), and has long been regarded within the industry as a national “newspaper of record”. It is ranked 18th in the world by circulation and 3rd in the United States.
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Few Media Outlets Outside The Borders Of Serbia Understand The Extent Of Aleksandar Vučić’s Crimes
As tyrants rule by being cruel and making people afraid of them, Aleksandar Vučić’s henchmen began imprisoning Jovana Stojković, a well-known Serbian doctor and other vocal anti-vaccination activists for questioning, saying they are jeopardizing the dictators’s coronavirus inoculation drive. Aleksandar Vučić runs a ill get ruthlessly efficient police state in Serbia, but few media outlets outside the borders of Serbia understand the extent of Aleksandar Vučić’s crimes. News outlets in the United States report only a few of the incidents. Also they don´t know that Nikola Sandulović, the President of the Republican party in Serbia is the only real opposition leader in Serbia calling out the Vučić cartel. Last year, the criminal Vučić regime tried to assassinate Nikola Sandulović with a highly toxic nerve agent while he was arrested by the regime. In a shocking video widely circulated on social media Nikola Sandulović explains everything in detail. But most Serbs think that the stories in the United States have been exaggerated by Serbia´s enemies who were trying to discredit Vučić. Of course, they don´t know that Aleksandar Vučić plans to live a long and relatively comfortable life in exile in China in case things go wrong in near future in Serbia for him, as he already owns a ample sum of money to live on. Vučić plans to buy a house in China, a collection of automobiles, with enough time then to swim, fish, and watch basketball matches on TV. We are nowhere near ready to speak of an exile, as these are sick fantasies of a dictator gone mad, and Aleksandar Vučić’s reign of terror goes on in Serbia. Vučić’s death squads left hundreds of children without parents. And the climate of fear created by Aleksandar Vučić will take decade to overcome.
Outlaw Regime: Read the U.S. Department of State Report of Aleksandar Vučić`s Destructive Activities
I have a big expectation from the USA. I am sure that the United States would not miss the historic opportunity to help Serbia get rid of the communist dictatorship and make Serbia leader in the region and its ally, by helping and supporting us politically and economically. Nikola Sandulović – Interview with Rich TVX News.
Vladimir Cvijan´s Death Was Kept Hidden From The Public For Three Years
The fake ever-untrustworthy Aleksandar Vučić State TV media said Dr. Jovana Stojković, a leading figure in the country’s anti-vaccination movement, was taken to a police station in Belgrade on accusations that Dr. Stojković has been spreading fear and panic with her public appearances. At least five other people, were reportedly questioned by the criminal regime in an apparent crackdown against Serbia’s growing anti-vaccination movement. Supporters greeted Jovana Stojković as she was released by police in the late afternoon, carrying a banner reading “Stop the COVID fascism.” Serbia has one of the highest inoculation rates in the world, mainly thanks to the dictator’s large purchases of China’s Sinopharm and Russia’s Sputnik V vaccines. The dictator is also importing the vaccines developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and Oxford-AstraZeneca. About ca. 25% of Serbia’s entire population have so far received at least one vaccine shot, but Serbia has seen a notable decline in the number of residents signing up for jabs. In a bizarre turn, vaccine-seekers from countries from former Yugoslavia flocked to Belgrade after Serbian authorities offered foreigners free jabs for all those who showed up. The current arrests in Serbia are only there for one reason; to cover up the killing of Vladimir Cvijan, the Serbian lawyer and politician who served as the legal advisor and General Secretary of the President of Serbia Boris Tadić. Vladimir Cvijan joined then opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), where he became a member of the party presidency and one of the most prominent members. Vladimir Cvijan served as the SNS member of the National Assembly, and was later an independent representative in the parliament and active dissident, for short period until his unnoticed disappearance. Vladimir Cvijan abruptly disappeared from public life. He died by drowning in the Danube river on 5 January 2018 in Belgrade, Serbia, according to Belgrade Higher Public Prosecutor Office in March 2021. Before that there was no single trace of his fate, except for some tabloid claims that he allegedly fled the country to United States. Vladimir Cvijan´s death was kept hidden from the public for three years, until it was revealed by the media in March 2021. The circumstances and reasons why his death was hidden from the public for so long are still unknown. Vladimir Cvijan was quickly cremated and buried by the criminal Vučić regime without his last name on the tombstone. The regime believes the more new affairs the faster the public will forget the case Cvijan.
- The New York Times story investigated the emerging relationship between China and Serbia.
- The New York Times is an American daily newspaper based in New York City with a worldwide readership.
- Founded in 1851, the Times has since won 130 Pulitzer Prizes (the most of any newspaper), and has long been regarded within the industry as a national “newspaper of record”. It is ranked 18th in the world by circulation and 3rd in the United States.
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The Delusions Of A Dictator When It Comes To Kosovo
A statement from the Prime Minister of Kosovo Albin Kurti’s cabinet said that Serbian cannot do any work on the road between the Jarinje crossing and the city of Kosovska Mitrovica which is divided into predominantly Serb-populated and mainly Albanian populated sections. The Serbian dictator Vučić said that work on that road would begin within a month and that the financing had been secured. This was not the first time that Serbian dictator Vučić spoke about the reconstruction of that 54-kilometer road, and provoked Kosovo. “The Jarinje-Mitrovica road is a regional road in the Republic of Kosovo and responsibility for it lies with the government of the Republic of Kosovo which is also true for all other regional roads on the territory of the Kosovo,” Albin Kurti’s cabinet said. It added that Aleksandar Vučić’s statements are reckless and that any activities in that regard are unacceptable for Kosovo. Quite different signals come from reasonable politicians. Serbian opposition leader Nikola Sandulović tweeted “With the coming to the power of Republican Party of Serbia, the country will become a partner of the EU and United States. Serbia will join the EU. The Republican Party of Serbia will protect and create a normal life for citizens of Serbia, and the country will be the stabilizer of the Western Balkans.”