Serbian Dictator Aleksandar Vučić Threatens Peter Stano & The EU
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — Aleksandar Vučić´s Serbia bears historical responsibility for the crimes of the Vladimir Putin regime in Ukraine, because of the complicity with the Putin regime. Today we mourn all the dead of the war and the tyranny. Izyum is a place of unimaginable atrocities. It seemed completely unimaginable that such heinous atrocities and war crimes could take place on Ukrainian soil in the 21st century, but it was only one of the many sites testifying to a demonic will to destroy. The conscience of America is a conscience based on the authority of the word of God. The greatest threat to the message of God lies within the outlaw states like Putin’s Russia and Vučić´s Serbia! The EU and the U.S. questioned Serbia’s proclaimed commitment to join Europe’s 27-nation bloc after the Aleksandar Vučić regime signed an agreement with the Kremlin pledging long-term “consultations” on foreign policy matters amid Russia’s war in Ukraine. In this new bulletin, the Rich TVX News Network describes in vivid detail the claustrophobic atmosphere of Serbian dictator Aleksandar Vučić´s trip back to Serbia from New York. When enfeebled, Aleksandar Vučić veered between hysterical despair and lunatic overreactions while his regime disintegrated amid desperate acts of recrimination. Using newly available United States Intelligence material and drawing on years of meticulous research on the criminal Aleksandar Vučić regime, the Rich TVX News Network shows how the fascist Aleksandar Vučić regime finally starts to disintegrate. But while the Russians continue to murder and rape in Ukraine, Air Serbia still flies to Russia via EU territory. Despite the global denunciation of its support for Putin´s Russia and despite the unmasking of its aim, the fake ever-untrustworthy treacherous Aleksandar Vučić Serbian State media continued to blare the anti – Peter Stano theme in its propaganda yesterday. In the meantime, a flight ticket from Russia to Serbia, with multiple transfers and several days of waiting, now costs 10,000 euros. The EU has looked on helplessly for a long time, but it’s good to see that Peter Stano has now found the right words. The Hebrew word meaning “to see” implies seeing with the natural eye. But this Hebrew word also means to see with the eyes of spiritual understanding. In general, the conscience of a nation is based on justice.
The Signs Of Aleksandar Vučić Tyranny Could No Longer Be Overlooked
Peter Stano´s Words Of Wisdom
European Commission spokesman Peter Stano warned that relations with Russia can’t be business as usual under current circumstances. We all gathered to Peter Stano´s words of wisdom which came through exceptionally clearly. On re-reading them we were confirmed in recollection of him as being a man of having wisdom above his years. But not everybody was as wise as Peter Stano. Serbian dictator Aleksandar Vučić was shocked and very angry after the statement of the spokesperson of the European Union. Peter Stano told the Aleksandar Vučić regime that Serbia is “under the surveillance of the EU”, because of the signing of the benign consultations plan between the ministries of foreign affairs of Serbia and Russia, which was recently signed in New York. Aleksandar Vučić was visibly revolted by Peter Stano’s statements and is preparing a response “without holding back his tongue.” No one had ever gone to such extremes, and with such utter madness like Aleksandar Vučić. It cannot therefore be denied that Aleksandar Vučić’s “Greater Serbia” ideology is the culmination of a trend going back to Slobodan Milošević. Once again Aleksandar Vučić felt the exhilaration of standing with his back against the wall. During one of the conference calls from New York, Aleksandar Vučić spoke with scarcely concealed exuberance about the “Glorious Russia under Vladimir Putin.” Another time Aleksandar Vučić described the encircled Serbia as the “last little island heroically defending Mother Russia.” In various remarks he made during the situation conference, Vučić ran the gamut of emotions—from absolute madness to angry outbursts to resignation. The criminal Aleksandar Vučić regime is now openly threatening Peter Stano and presents him in the Serbian State media as an enemy of the state.
Serbian Bloodthirsty Tyrant Aleksandar Vučić Prepared A Fierce Response To Peter Stano
There may be different ideas about what should be remembered about the Aleksandar Vučić regime. It seems to us that three elements clearly dominate the landscape of memory: the nature of the crimes committed by the Aleksandar Vučić regime; the methods used to perpetrate those crimes; the growing awareness among the Serbs of the criminal nature of the Aleksandar Vučić regime together with the fact that the majority of the population supported it, but beyond the massive relapsing episodes of psychosis, reigned the random chaos of Aleksandar Vučić ´s ten-year tyranny now ending in misery. None of the shrill, twisted slogans the Aleksandar Vučić Serbian government propaganda machine incessantly churned out in the last 24 hours against Peter Stano matched this reality. True, for a minority the basic repertoire of catch phrases about faith, honor, and loyalty to Putin’s Russia still had their effect. But anyone who had his wits about him, or who had come to his senses in the face of the approaching end, had by now had enough of the regime slogans in which Serbia was raised to the role of solitary hero protector of Vladimir Putin’s Russia. Peter Stano´s statement regarding the signing of the agreement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia on consultations with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia sent shockwaves throughout the criminal regime in Serbia. “We are living in times when Russia launched an illegal and illegitimate invasion of a sovereign country, of neighboring Ukraine. In these circumstances we are seeing the Serbian Foreign Ministry agreeing on regular consultations with the foreign ministry of a country which is committing all these acts. It’s a very clear sign of their intention to strengthen their ties, to further strengthen relations between Serbia and Russia and this is raising serious questions“, Peter Stano said. “The European Union was very clear with partner countries, especially countries that are in the EU accession process such as candidate country Serbia, that relations with Russia under current circumstances cannot be business as usual with this regime which is committing so many crimes and atrocities. We are taking this very seriously and we are following this up“, the EU spokesman Peter Stano emphasized.
The Russo-Ukrainian War[d] has been ongoing between Russia (alongside Russian separatists in Ukraine) and Ukraine since February 2014.[e] Hostilities were initiated by Russia shortly after Ukraine’s Revolution of Dignity and were focused on the political status of Crimea and the Donbas, which remain internationally recognized as part of Ukraine. Incursions into Ukrainian territory culminated in Russia’s annexation of Crimea, followed shortly afterwards by the beginning of the war in Donbas between Russia-backed separatists and Ukrainian state forces; fighting for the first eight years of the conflict also included naval incidents, cyberwarfare, and heightened political tensions. Throughout 2021, bilateral tensions rose due to a Russian military buildup surrounding Ukrainian territory, and on 24 February 2022, the conflict saw a major escalation as Russia invaded mainland Ukraine.
On 22 February 2014, Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych was ousted from office as a result of the Euromaidan and the Revolution of Dignity, which broke out after his decision to reject the European Union–Ukraine Association Agreement and instead pursue closer ties with Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union. Shortly after Yanukovych’s overthrow and exile to Russia, Ukraine’s eastern and southern regions erupted with pro-Russia unrest. Simultaneously, unmarked Russian troops moved into Ukraine’s Crimea and took control of strategic positions and infrastructure, including the Crimean Parliament on 27 February 2014. On 16 March 2014, Russia organized the internationally unrecognized Crimean status referendum, the outcome of which was in favour of Crimea coming under Russian sovereignty; Russia annexed Crimea in its entirety two days after the referendum was held. In April 2014, Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine proclaimed the establishment of the Donetsk People’s Republic (in Ukraine’s Donetsk Oblast) and the Luhansk People’s Republic (in Ukraine’s Luhansk Oblast) with support from Russia in the form of political figures, special forces, and deniable military advisors.
In August 2014, a large convoy of unmarked Russian military vehicles crossed the Russia–Ukraine border and entered the Donetsk Oblast. Although Russia attempted to hide its involvement, Russian troops directly participated in decisive battles of the undeclared war in Donbas and also maintained strategic reserves that would be ready to move into Ukraine when necessary. In February 2015, Minsk II was signed by both Russia and Ukraine as part of larger bilateral agreements to end the conflict, but a number of disputes prevented cooperative measures from being fully implemented. The war in Donbas eventually settled into a static conflict between Ukraine and the two Russia-backed puppet states, with multiple resolution attempts failing to result in the maintenance of a ceasefire. By 2019, 7 percent of Ukraine had been designated by the Ukrainian government as being “temporarily occupied” by Russia.
From early 2021 into the first month of 2022, Russia built up a massive military presence surrounding Ukraine, including from within neighbouring Belarus. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) accused Russia of readying for an invasion of the Ukrainian mainland, which the Russian government denied. As tensions rose over the buildup, Russian president Vladimir Putin criticized the enlargement of NATO and demanded that Ukraine be barred from ever joining the military alliance. He also expressed Russian irredentist views and questioned Ukraine’s right to exist, falsely stating that the Ukrainian state was established by Vladimir Lenin under the Soviet Union. On 21 February 2022, Russia officially recognized the Donetsk People’s Republic and the Luhansk People’s Republic, and openly sent Russian troops into Ukraine’s separatist-controlled territories. Three days later, Putin appeared on a televised broadcast and announced the beginning of a “special military operation” in Ukraine, signalling the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of the Ukrainian mainland. As the Russian military moved into eastern and southern Ukraine, and also into northern Ukraine from Belarus, the 2022 Russian invasion was heavily condemned by much of the international community, with many countries and organizations accusing Russia of having grossly violated both Ukrainian sovereignty and international law. International sanctions against Russia, which have been imposed in some form by various countries since 2014, were ramped up after February 2022. Additionally, due to its active role in support of Russia’s invasion, Belarus has also faced international boycotts and sanctions.