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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), […]

SERBIAN ORTHODOX SCHISM: Head of “Montenegrin church” says his structure would get Tomos

By Yekaterina Filatova for UOJ “Metropolitan” Mikhail Dedeic is convinced that without the church structure he leads with its “century-old property”, Montenegro would not be a full-fledged state.   The head of the Montenegrin schismatics, “Metropolitan” Mikhail Dedeic, called the law on religious freedom adopted by the Montenegrin authorities “a crucial historical turning point” and stated that […]

Patriarch Kirill backs Serbia: “No One Should Remain on the Sidelines from What is Happening in Montenegro and World Orthodoxy”

His Holiness Patriarch Kirill considers it crucial to support Orthodox Christians of Montenegro in every possible way, who are going through difficult times today. It is also important to defend the purity of canonical Orthodoxy in general throughout the world, the Patriarch said. According to patriarchia.ru, the Primate of the Russian Orthodox Church commented on the […]

Bishop Beaten in Montenegro Urges Faithful to Keep the Peace

PODGORICA – His Grace Bishop Metodije of Diokleia, a canonical hierarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro, was beaten by police on December 26 while peacefully participating in a protest against the adoption of a new law that the Church warns will result in the government confiscating Church property. Two faithful were also injured trying to […]

Montenegrin NATO Vassal Police Beat Serbian Bishop, Faithful Protesting Adoption of Ukraine-Style Anti-Church law

PODGORICA – Despite strong protests from the hierarchs, clergy, monastics, and tens of thousands of faithful of the Serbian Orthodox Church, the majority religion in the country, the Montenegrin Parliament adopted the anti-Church law “On Freedom of Religion and Belief and the Legal Status of Religious Communities” on December 26. Large crowds of Orthodox faithful […]

NATO Doesn’t Care That Montenegro Is a Haven For Crime and Corruption

There was international jubilation when Montenegro seceded from its union with Serbia in 2006 after a controversial referendum. The Referendum Law prevented Montenegrins living and registered in Serbia from voting in the referendum, ensuring that tens of thousands of Montenegrins, in a country of only 622,000, who would have voted to remain the union could […]