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Aleksandar Vučić himself encouraged Milorad Dodik for ‘silent secession’ of Republika Srpska

Putin: For Christ’s Sake, Aleksandar Vučić — Thinking, Is Your Bloody Job! So Think!

Russian President Vladimir Putin grew increasingly annoyed and frustrated

Putin: For Christ’s Sake, Aleksandar Vučić — Thinking, Is Your Bloody Job! So Think!

NEW YORK ( — There is considerable tension between Russia and Ukraine over the status of the Ukrainian regions of Crimea and Donbas and a host of other bilateral issues. It was only seven years ago that Russia seized part of southern Ukraine and backed separatists who started a conflict in large areas of the east. Russia has demanded strict limits on the activities of the US-led NATO military alliance in countries in Eastern Europe. The demands, which are unlikely to be met, come amid Western fears Russia plans to invade its neighbour Ukraine. However, the build-up of Russian forces in areas beyond Ukraine’s borders has prompted fears of another Russian invasion. If Putin orders an invasion of Ukraine, Russia runs the risk of being completely shut out of SWIFT, a major global payment system, the EU has warned amid claims in the West that Moscow is planning a strike on its neighbor. President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that Russia would be hit with “strong economic and other measures” as punishment should Moscow launch an offensive against Ukraine, the White House said. About three weeks ago, dictator Aleksandar Vučić traveled to Sochi to answer questions about the instructions he has been given by the Kremlin in the previous years. Vučić’s visit to Sochi marked the high tide of the next phase of ‘road to Vučić – ism’ in Serbia’s foreign and domestic policy, but when Aleksandar Vučić entered the room, his face was crimson, his usual color in moments of extreme excitement. Is Russia preparing to invade Ukraine? What will NATO do if Russia invades Ukraine? Aleksandar Vučić´s excitement had provoked a return of the pain in his hands. His cheek, too, burned once more. At meeting in Sochi, Aleksandar Vučić was constantly asking questions. Russian President Vladimir Putin grew increasingly annoyed and frustrated. “For Christ’s sake, Aleksandar — thinking, is your bloody job! So think! Vladimir Putin said that in his view, it would be no easy task, but Aleksandar Vučić was already a very bitter man.

Aleksandar Vučić Himself Encouraged Milorad Dodik For ‘Silent Secession’ Of Republika Srpska

Serb Dictator Aleksandar Vučić Fell Into A Clever Trap

The problem of Vučić’s miscommunication with Putin was more closely linked with the development of the new cold war, and thus even more liable to cause trouble between Russia and Ukraine. Vučić wanted a continuation of that conversation. “Please go on,” Vučić said. But he failed to get from Vladimir Putin what he had always received from Vojislav Šešelj. Vladimir Putin had a good memory. He did not forget Vučić’s apparent disregard for Kremlin´s policies in the past. There might be misunderstanding with Russia and with Putin himself; but in the longer run, the Aleksandar Vučić regime interests were those of the ‘Russian camp’, Aleksandar Vučić and Vladimir Putin were on the same side in the vital struggle against ‘United States’ and ‘Ukraine’. Vučić, like Šešelj, viewed the Greater Serbian ideology as a model of greatness. Vučić´s kiss-ass partner Milorad Dodik has insisted on trying to separate the Serb-run part of Bosnia from the rest of the country and to connect it with Serbia. Aleksandar Vučić himself encouraged Milorad Dodik for ‘silent secession’ of Republika Srpska — or, in more polite terms, to proceed with plans for the Greater Serbia, in which an Serbia enlarged to include the smaller Republika Srpska, would become a constituent Republic of Serbs. Putin accused Vučić in particular of having tried to embroil Russia with the West on the Kosovo issue which they were unwilling to press for themselves. In planning the next steps of Serbia’s domestic and foreign policy Aleksandar Vučić had to bear in mind a number of uncertain factors. Was Putin likely to be long in power? Was his health weak? More immediately important, how strong was Putins’s own position?

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Aleksandar Vučić Has Been Described As A Primitive Dictator

The Assassination Attempt On Nikola Sandulović By The Vučić Regime

The Serbian government is an autocracy in which the Aleksandar Vučić regime manages elections and administers the law to suit its own ends. Aleksandar Vučić has been described as a primitive dictator. Nevertheless, the last years brought new trends into the work of the Aleksandar Vučić regime in Serbia. The regime uses nerve agent — the murder weapon—not for fighting ideological enemies, as in Goli Otok times, but against critics of the Aleksandar Vučić regime. In Goli Otok prisoners were ‘re-educated’ through a punitive system carried out by the same prisoners, who were forced to inflict pain on their inmates to show loyalty to the regime and therefore advance on their own ‘path to redemption’. The assassination attempt on Serbia´s Opposition Leader Nikola Sandulović – poisoned by the rare human-made chemical warfare agent classified as a nerve agent – caused an international sensation. More broadly, the Nikola Sandulović case illustrated the way justice under Aleksandar Vučić would be decided: not by rule of law but by arbitrary rule of one dictator in power. A tsunami of greed and corruption had swept up everyone at the organized crime syndicate called the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS). They set up their own version of democracy in Serbia, and hate propaganda appeared with increasing frequency across the country. In the last 10 years, under the criminal Aleksandar Vučić regime, SNS apparatchiks were more focused on money and perks than the Serbian Radical Party had ever been. They wanted higher salaries and pensions, and they saw it as their right to benefit from the privatization of state property. There is a great dissatisfaction in Serbia with the Vučić regime’s corruption.

Aleksandar Vučić Will See His Political Hopes And Ideals Brutally Tested

In this Rich TVX News Network bulletin, we tried to explain what is wrong with the Serbian tyrant Aleksandar Vučić. What is wrong with such a dictator is that he drags up behind him thousands of little Vučić who are no more distinguished than he is. These are his colleagues from the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), a split from the far-right Serbian Radical Party (SRS) and a populist political party in Serbia, which has been the ruling party since 2012. Aleksandar Vučić will betray them, sell them, and “finish them off” the moment he does not need them anymore. They have simply become expendable—victims of circumstance. Aleksandar Vučić did not fight his way to Serbia´s president’s seat. He was selected by the UDBA. The UDBA apparatus that still functions as a secret political police force within the Balkan region, and abroad as an instrument of clandestine action. It was this system—that got other Serbian politicians and the BIA to appoint him. Under Tito´s rule, everyone was poor, even the members of the ruling Yugoslav nomenklatura. Yugoslav politician had power, but no money. Their apartments, cars, and houses belonged to the state. By comparison with what is going on today in Serbia, all former Yugoslav apparatchiks are simply boy scouts. Today, it is precisely the Aleksandar Vučić regime who are needed to fight crime and corruption that have raised the flag of corruption and crime. In Serbia, under the Stalinist dictator Vučić the secret service is now called BIA, but to the locals it’s the “association of crude bandits”. ‘BIA agent’ sounds horrible to Serbian people. They think of snitches reporting on their friends or spies in Serbia.

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Aleksandar Vučić Regime’s Troll Army, also called Vučić trolls or Vučić bots are state-sponsored anonymous Internet political commentators and trolls linked to Serb dictator Aleksandar Vučić.  Participants report that they are organized into teams and groups of commentators that participate in Serbian and international political blogs and Internet forums using social bots and large-scale orchestrated trolling and disinformation campaigns to promote pro-Vučić and pro-Greater Serbia propaganda.Serb dictator Aleksandar Vučić is financing legions of pro-Vučić internet trolls. The trolls are paid in euro cents per posting. On Twitter, some dumb Aleksandar Vučić trolls were starting to label Rich TVX News with all kind of names. You’ve got smart people and you’ve got dumb people. Pro-Vučić internet trolls just happen to be dumb and primitive. There are SNS internet trolls too – not literally dumb, but psychologically dumb. But nobody gives a damn about them. To help all those pro-Vučić internet trolls will be the purpose of this disclaimer. The following message is addressed to pro-Vučić internet trolls: We are extremely proud of our journalism and the stellar team of Rich TVX News Network. The Rich TVX News Network does not give a f*ck what you think.