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President Nikola Sandulović Is Suing America’s Enemy Aleksandar Vučić

This is the story of a man's fight with the regime of Aleksandar Vučić

President Nikola Sandulović Is Suing America’s Enemy Aleksandar Vučić

NEW YORK ( – The Rich TVX News Network revealed the extent and intensity of the repression that followed the 2012 coup of Aleksandar Vučić to those who had been ignorant of or in denial of the facts because of media censorship. In the continuing battle for human decency in Serbia, this is the story of a man’s fight with the regime of Aleksandar Vučić. The substantial evidence that was uncovered was reviewed and incorporated into President Joe Biden’s Executive Order from June 8, 2021. As we have learned it today, the President of the Republican Party in Serbia Nikola Sandulović, sued Aleksandar Vučić for libel. After lengthy hearings, for a year and a half, the lawsuit was in the First Basic Court, so that they could dismiss the lawsuit. Serbia´s next President Nikola Sandulović’s lawyer, Ms. Olivera Popović, filed an appeal with the Belgrade High Court, which upheld the appeal and remanded it for further proceedings. The tyranny of Aleksandar Vučić requires the presence of the armed forces aligned behind the hard line of a “Serbian Dictator” — a dictator that uses maximum terror to frighten the Serbian population and crush any civilian opposition. The dictator is putting pressure on the U.S. government to annul investigations into his family’s businesses. The Serbian government argued, in Vučić’s defense, everything from diplomatic immunity to a lack of jurisdiction by the United States. The coming case against the Serbian dictator will became a symbolic case of people who struggle for human rights and underscored the urgent need to create an international court to try this type of case. In short, a civilized world needs efficient tools to punish Serbian dictator Aleksandar Vučić.

This Is The Story Of A Man’s Fight With The Regime Of Aleksandar Vučić

Alek Goes to Hollywood

This sublation of comedy and tragedy creates laughter, but also continues the tragic through evoking despair, as Aleksandar Vučić presented the Order of the Republic of Serbia, the country’s highest recognition, to the Bosnian Serb Milorad Dodik in Belgrade on June 28. According to the fake ever-untrustworthy Serbian State Media of the criminal Vučić regime, Milorad Dodik was awarded with the Order of the Republic of Serbia on a large necklace for exceptional merits in developing and strengthening peaceful cooperation and friendly relations between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially the Republika Srpska as an entity of BiH. This act alone ensures the greatest shame as June 28 was significant in history: it was Vidovdan, “St. Vitus’ Day,’ which, for Orthodox Serbs, marked remembrance of Saint Lazar and the Holy Serbian Martyrs who had died at the battle of Kosovo Polje in 1389, defeated while defending Serbia against the Ottoman Turks. The same day of a huge rally of Serbs in 1989 at the site of the battle at Gazimestan in Kosovo, where Slobodan Milošević addressed them in a potent nationalist call to arms, seen by many as presaging the Bosnian conflict. In Gazimestan, Kosovo, June 28, 2021, a provocation of Aleksandar Vučić took place, there were a lot of hooligans among those present and Vučić is doing everything Milošević did in the past to push the Serbian people in front of him. In previous years, there were no such gatherings in Gazimestan. It was also the day that the Serb Gavrilo Princip assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo in 1914, which sparked World War I.  Slobodan Milošević was transferred to Belgrade’s central prison, then to The Hague on Vidovdan via helicopter, where he was placed under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

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Aleksandar Vučić’s Kiss-Ass Partner Milorad Dodik

Vučić Is In The Blackest Of Moods & Preparing For Exile In China

The killing of David Dragičević introduced many Americans to Milorad Dodik the dictator the Rich TVX News Network still calls “the butcher of Banja Luka,” but few understand the crucial role he has played and continues to play in the most troubled part of Europe. Milorad Dodik’s rise to power, from lowly Bosnian Serb apparatchik to president of Bosnia, is a tale of intrigue, cynical manipulation, and deceit whose full dimensions have never been presented to the American public. The world might never have heard of Milorad Dodik, then a gray Communist apparatchik, if there had not been the case of murder of David Dragičević, the Dragičević death still haunts Milorad Dodik, but all the time he was covered by his godfather Aleksandar Vučić in Belgrade. Deep down Aleksandar Vučić and Milorad Dodik are prisoners of their background. They cannot afford to be seen as traitors of the Serbs. According to senior American diplomats, Aleksandar Vučić is no longer prepared even to discuss Kosovo with them. American diplomats who dealt with Aleksandar Vučić on a regular basis felt a sense of frustration because countless rounds of talks about Kosovo never seemed to move the agenda along. Privately, however, Vučić is in the blackest of moods, and is preparing for exile in China. Truth is that Serbia´s finances are ruined, its economy in shambles after the COVID-19 pandemic. Aleksandar Vučić´s mistrust of the United States is now profound, as President Joe Biden has signed an executive order to sanction those who threaten the stability of the Western Balkans, and Vučić`s propaganda machinery had already begun to prepare the population for the coming showdown with the United States. Aleksandar Vučić’s kiss-ass partner Milorad Dodik, proclaimed his people “moral winners” in the coming war with the United States.

Quo Vadis, Aida?

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Kiss Him Goodbye

The kiss of death is the sign given by a mafioso boss or capo that signifies that a member of the crime family has been marked for death, usually as a result of some perceived betrayal. With the award of the Order of the Republic, Serbian dictator Aleksandar Vučić signifies that Milorad Dodik has been marked for political death. Perhaps these two dictators should have watched a movie together rather than having a monkey circus in Belgrade. Quo Vadis, Aida? has been racking up numerous awards, and is a film about Srebrenica, more precisely a subplot within the larger narrative of what took place in Srebrenica. On July 6, 1995, the Bosnian Serbs again began an assault on Srebrenica. Despite the presence of UN troops, the Serbs at Srebrenica perpetrated the single worst war crime since the end of World War II. While the world stood by and watched, Serb forces advanced into the “safe area” and rounded up tens of thousands of refugees. Some 23,000 Muslim women and children were separated from the men and deported. The women were “reassured” that everyone would be bussed out and safely reunited. Quo Vadis, Aida? is a 2020 Bosnian war film written, produced and directed by Jasmila Žbanić. An international co-production of twelve production companies, the film was shown in the main competition section of the 77th Venice International Film Festival. It was nominated for Best International Feature Film at the 93rd Academy Awards. The film is about the Srebrenica massacre, also known as the Srebrenica genocide, the July 1995 genocide of more than 8,000 Bosniak Muslim men and boys in and around the town of Srebrenica, during the Bosnian War. Already before, in 1993, the United Nations formed the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague. The ICTY was charged with the prosecution of persons responsible for serious violations of international humanitarian law committed in the territory of the former Yugoslavia since 1991. It is high time for the international community to set up a new court in the Balkans and to arrest the dictators Aleksandar Vučić and Milorad Dodik.