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  • #344372

    Anonymous

    Perhaps some of you may know the presidential elections in Serbia were held in Sunday, where current prime minister became the president of Serbia. For this last two days protests in all larger Serbian cities were held against the dictatorship of current regime.

    #436037

    Anonymous

    Yea all my Serbian friends on Facebook are sharing posts in support of the protests. Let’s see if Soros gets involved and the CIA supplies serbs with weapons and money to start a coup. Could be interesting lol 

    #436039

    Anonymous

    Current regime is selling out the country to Arabs and Chinese, the workers are treated as slaves. They stimulate foreign investors by giving 3x bigger benefits per worker to foreign companies then local companies. They broke law on many occassion, and yet nobody was accussed. They decrease unemployment by forcing the people to leave the country in order to find a job. They are the only country in the Europe that reduced retirements for the pensioners and they also cut the salaries of police officers, soldiers, doctors, teachers and other workers employed by public organizations, institutions and companies. Like I wrote the prime minister is also president and the medias are being controlled so its nothing unusual.

    #436046

    Anonymous

    I would say Soros is already involved. These protests are very similar to the Macedonian ones last year, who were financed by Soros and USAID. The Balkan route is being destabilized in preparation for the next wave of ”refugees” to be unleashed on Europe by Turkey.

    #436048

    Anonymous

    @”Rex Hatson”
    Both countries have dictatorship of a party that’s been composed of illiterates and mobsters. Harassing the voters, calling them on phone and asking whether or not they will go to elections and whether or not they will vote for their candidates. This sounds more like Soros controlled government, its a copy-paste.

    Current Serbian regime for once is surely funded by the West/EU/Soros, they’ve been pulling moves that only made damage to our economy. However no justification for protestors, they should’ve go out to voting and vote their candidates. I blame the students originally from smaller places that are now studying in larger cities. It was them who didn’t go out to vote because they couldn’t salvage one day of their lazy lives to go back to their home town and vote their preferred candidate. Now old people votes will create their future.

    #436049

    Anonymous

    I find it surprising and annoying that people are surprised and annoyed that democracy doesn’t work as advertised.

    #436050

    Anonymous

    @aaaaa I find it surprising and annoying that you are surprised and annoyed that people are surprised and annoyed that democracy doesn’t work as advertised. :D

    Yep, democracy doesn’t work… Maybe on Iceland…

    #436053

    Anonymous

    Switzerland, more like.

    #436102

    Anonymous

    You are talking about “lazy students” who didnt go to vote and stuff… What about dead people who show up on those voting lists? I’m sure they didn’t mind getting up from grave and voting for prime minister. 

    #436104

    Anonymous

    @comi
    What about illegal lex specialis for Belgrade Waterfront, cut of retirements for pensioners or 15+ billion USD loan government took in just under 5 years? All of that is far more important than a couple of hundred dead voters who by the way didn’t even decided the elections results. All of that was before the elections. Nobody cared when those things happened.

    In any case I don’t question the good and honest intention of common protestor but someone will use the youth for political self-promotion in the end, as its always have been in this country. I have high doubts anything will be better for common citizen.

    #436231

    Anonymous

    @Shaokang First of all i hate politics and every man in it but who do you think should be president of Serbia? Is it maybe better to be Seselj who is educated man but blinded with hate and nationalism or maybe that clown Beli? Or maybe you would like to have 4 more years a president who is not capable of reading the text someone else writes for him?

    #436232

    Anonymous

    i mean this regime is not good for sure but maybe it will cause less damage than others.

    #436233

    Anonymous

    @Nikola93 You don’t seem to understand the seriousness of situation Serbia is in. You and your generations (as well as mine) won’t have retirements as the things stands now. This government is made of failed professors, ex-chauvinists, uneducated and con men. The plan for Serbia is to inhabit 50k of Muslim refugees. Currently there are around 15-20k residing. Government is giving away our money and land to them to settle in. Good luck if you still want these guys. 

    #436245

    Anonymous

    Nope didn’t said i want these guys, didn’t answered my question what do you think who should be the leader

    #436252

    Anonymous

    Beli is much better than Vucic. He might look like clown because of his performance, but people behind him are more serious. You also had Jankovic and Radulovic.

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