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CIJA Sting Operation Stirs FCDO’s ‘Hotch Potch’ of Spooks

Vanessa Beeley A recent sting operation carried out by the Commission for International Justice and Accountablity (CIJA) entrapped an unsuspecting academic member of the Working Group on Syria Media and Propganda (WGSPM) into engaging in a series of email conversations with a fake “Russian agent”. These emails were then supplied to the BBC producer, Chloe Hadjimatheou, who is responsible …

Sergey Lavrov expresses amazement at Trump impeachment farce [Video]

While the United States’ government and religious structures reflect the decay in this increasingly feckless country (amplified by a fake election and a fake President!), Russia and Serbia show the world an alternative: Reality. Christianity. A rejection of secularism and globalism. Dr Steve Turley offers his summary of recent developments, showing that Sergey Lavrov slammed […]

Belgrade may postpone or end transfer of Serbian embassy to Jerusalem

By Paul Antonopoulos | February 5, 2021 After the Israeli recognition of the so-called independent state of Kosovo on Monday, Belgrade finds itself in a difficult position and will reconsider its decision to move the Serbian embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Serbia committed itself to this step by signing the September 2020 Washington Agreement […]

How a US-Backed Coup in Serbia Inspired the DC Insurrection

A MintPress News investigation reveals that the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol drew inspiration from the 2000 overthrow of Serbian president Slobodan Milošević and a conspiratorially-minded Serbian scientist who issued calls for violence.  
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Montenegro expelled the Serbian Ambassador because Đukanović lost control of parliament

By Paul Antonopoulos | December 4, 2020 Serbian Ambassador to Montenegro, Vladimir Božović, was declared a persona non grata last week and was asked to leave the country. The Montenegrin Foreign Ministry justified its reasoning because of Serbia’s alleged “long and continuous meddling in the internal affairs of Montenegro.” They also claimed that the Serbian ambassador […]