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Did the Berlin Wall Just Fall in Montenegro?

By Aleksandar Pavic – Independent analyst and researcher – For Strategic Culture Foundation – To some it may seem like hyperbole, but members of the victorious Montenegrin opposition could be excused for exclaiming late Sunday, August 30, 2020, that the Berlin Wall had finally fallen in their country as well – albeit a “mere” three decades […]

Will Montenegro Join with Serbia and Russia in Electoral Victory Aftermath?

By Mikhail Plisyuk for EAD  – The parliamentary elections that took place in Montenegro yesterday, August 30, will definitely go down in history: they marked the end of 30 years of steadfastness in power of the current president of the country, Milo Djukanovic . Despite the fact that his party became the leader of the race, it is the opposition, […]

VICTORY! Montenegrin NATO Deep State Socialists Defeated – Djukanovic Dictatorship Ends in Election Upset

Podgorica – According to preliminary results, the victory in the parliamentary elections in Montenegro was won by the combined forces of the opposition, which bypasses the ruling Democratic Party of Socialists of the country’s president Milo Djukanovic and its traditional partners and financiers from New York and Brussels. The State Election Commission of Montenegro (SEC), […]

Zionist Bolsonaro has Lowest Rating in Brazil’s post-dictatorship history

BRASILIA – Jair Bolsonaro has the worst assessment after the first three months in office, comparing with all presidents elected after the military dictatorship, the Folha de São Paulo daily Datafolha reported on Sunday. President Jair Bolsonaro will complete the first 100 days in office on Wednesday. According to the Datafolha Institute, 30% of Brazilians […]

Is Brazil facing another military coup? Society’s polarization spikes

BRAZIL – Many indicate that the Brazilian elections this October may be the most unpredictable in history. With left-wing Lula imprisoned and the danger of “radicalism” pending, the political landscape seems to have no current suitable candidate. According to a Brazilian specialist in Latin American affairs, Lyudmila Okuneva, a professor at the University of International […]

The Chilling Statistics of Ukrainian Police State

Is this what Maidan stood for?  May 13, 2015       ВЗГЛЯД / Репрессии и террор на Украине Translated by Kristina Rus Repressions and Terror in Ukraine After the coup of February 22, 2014 (Vzglyad. The Business Paper) Sources: Reporters without Borders; Ukrainian official data; The Foundation of Research of Problems of Democracy; open sources […]

Poroshenko administration instructs Ukrainian media how to lie about WWII

Ukrainian Trident hanging below swastika sign at a Galician parade April 17, 2015 Translated by Kristina Rus Kiev junta finally solved the dilemma of its position regarding WWII – equate Putin to Hitler, and declare Ukrainian nationalists – fighters against Nazism Cassad: Kiev’s secret instructions for the media for May 9: UPA – fighters against […]