“Shut Up, You Donkey!” Victoria Nuland Threatened Aleksandar Vučić
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — This Rich TVX News Network bulletin is intended to give you an overview of that effulgent stream of profanity and insults in the last conference call between Victoria Nuland and Serbia´s dictator Aleksandar Vučić, according to intelligence sources. We are well-stocked with those harder-to-translate diplomatic insults that turn swearing into true poetry. There is no shortage of animal insults to choose from either. Sometimes there’s no sense in beating around the bush. Where to begin? In Beijing, Pyongyang, Moscow, Sochi, Minsk, Belgrade? Often, when a dictator becomes extremely cynical in his outlook on geopolitics and the people around him, he loses his objectivity to the degree that there is no longer right and wrong, good or bad. What emerges is a totally self-centered dictator, a bloodthirsty tyrant unable to give, but always eager to take. When tyrants like Aleksandar Vučić surface in politics or any other fields in which large numbers of people are affected, the results often are disastrous. And who is to blame for Aleksandar Vučić? Angela Merkel, perhaps. The rise of Aleksandar Vučić is a story which raises many questions. The whole world can now pick up its own enjoyment and pleasure from the phone conversation between Serbia´s dictator Vučić and Victoria Nuland. Aleksandar Vučić refused to follow suit in sanctions against Russia. For Aleksandar Vučić, Russia has been an ally because of historical, cultural, and economic links between the two countries. Aleksandar Vučić’s reluctance to employ sanctions against Vladimir V. Putin and Russia is a clear indicator of the camaraderie that the Serbian tyrant has with Putin. So far, it has always worked well for Vučić in talks with western diplomats. But this time something else has happened. “Not quite, you son of a bitch,” Victoria Nuland told Aleksandar Vučić over the phone. Nuland grabbed Vučić much harder than anybody ever before, even if we can’t write everything here because it is not suitable for minors, but then the bloodthirsty tyrant started whimpering and begging for mercy on the phone like a little child. We guess the shock was pretty bad. “Serbia would be leveled to the ground if he dares to continue to support Russia. That would happen to anyone who supports Russia,” Nuland told him. Now, you may think that an F is a terrible grade. Some people think every “F” word is dirty. Well, Nuland threw countless F-words in his face. Vučić´s mouth fell open “H-How?” Vučić stuttered. “Wh-where?” “Shut up, you donkey! We’ve already got enough on you. I’ll stretch your ears out like a donkey,” Victoria Nuland threatened Aleksandar Vučić. This is the kind of thing you say to an old Serbian enemy. The trials of the past have faded, but the mutual hatred remains. For centuries donkeys have been held in special affection. Here in this Rich TVX News Network bulletin you can celebrate the total donkey: the animal. The whimpering Serbian dictator looked as if he wished he’d bitten his tongue off. “Please… no,” he begged. “You are born of a donkey! The point is, we just thought you’d like to know all that before you decide your next step,” Victoria Nuland reminded him. Immediately afterwards, the wife of the tyrant, Tamara Vučić contacted Olena Zelenska, the wife of the Ukrainian President, with the wish to transfer a donation to the suffering Ukrainian people.
Victoria Jane Nuland (born July 1, 1961) is an American diplomat currently serving as Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs. Nuland, a former member of the foreign service, served as the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs at the United States Department of State from 2013 to 2017 and US Permanent Representative to NATO from 2005 to 2008. She held the rank of Career Ambassador, the highest diplomatic rank in the United States Foreign Service. She is the former CEO of the Center for a New American Security, (CNAS), serving from January 2018 until early 2019, and is also the Brady-Johnson Distinguished Practitioner in Grand Strategy at Yale University, and a member of the board of the National Endowment for Democracy. She served as a nonresident fellow in the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution and senior counselor at the Albright Stonebridge Group.