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Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić Scores Landslide Election Victory

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Serb nationalist leader scores big win in Serbian elections -- quite the big Slavic comeback, thanks to America's war on Russia -- stay tuned for more and more of this

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić Scores Landslide Election Victory

An early official count in Serbia’s national elections has confirmed a landslide victory for the president, Aleksandar Vučić, and his populist party, important allies of Russia in the Balkans and Europe.

Vucic scored an outright victory in Sunday’s presidential election with the backing of 60% of the voters, while his Serbian Progressive party (SNS) gained 43% of ballots in parliamentary elections, according to a near complete tally by state election authorities.

The results mean no runoff vote is needed in the presidential election and that Vučić’s party will be able to form the next government in a coalition with junior partners in the 250-member assembly.
 
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oh, gotta add:


A former ultranationalist, Vučić has served as defence minister, prime minister and president.

Russian president Vladimir Putin congratulated Vučić, saying that the outcome confirmed a “broad public support” for his independent foreign policies. The Russian leader voiced hope that Vučić’s activities would help further strengthen the “strategic partnership” between Russia and Serbia
 
Serbia, land of human trafficking for prostitution. Go figure.
 
Serb nationalist leader scores big win in Serbian elections -- quite the big Slavic comeback, thanks to America's war on Russia -- stay tuned for more and more of this


What the **** are you "conservatives" smoking? Russia is the one invading neighboring countries!
 
Serbia is certainly in a strategic location which can have a wider impact on the region:


Pro-Moscow Vucic declares victory in Serbian elections​

Vucic wins some 60 per cent of the vote in the presidential race

Aleksander Vucic, an ally of Russia, has won Serbia’s presidential and parliamentary elections, securing another five-year term in office.

With almost all the votes counted, Mr Vucic has won around 60 per cent of the vote in the presidential race. Meanwhile, his populist Serbian Progressive Party – an important ally to Russia in the Balkans and in Europe – secured 43 per cent of the vote.

The projection means that no run-off vote is needed and Mr Vucic can form the next Serbian government in a coalition with junior partners in the 250-member assembly. The results will be formally declared on Monday evening.
 
To understand the politics of this, you need only know that Serbs consider themselves the natural rulers of the Balkans, while most everyone else there considers them a bunch of illiterate sheepherders.
 
When Moscow is paying you by the wordcount, no concept is too stupid.

"Slavic landslide", as if the people voting for non-nationalists aren't Slavic enough. Never a bad word about safron mobs, or dictators.

Goofy goofball, you told on yourself.
 
To understand the politics of this, you need only know that Serbs consider themselves the natural rulers of the Balkans, while most everyone else there considers them a bunch of illiterate sheepherders.

That's just your convenient line. We could have inserted any other name in there, because it's like a merry-go-round. It's like an Andy Warhol thing -- everybody gets their turn to be called the bad guys.

According to Serbian officials, NATO bombing resulted in deaths of 3,500 to 4,000 people, while some 10,000 people were injured, two-thirds of them being civilians. The material damages were in the tens of billions of dollars. During the three months of the bombing campaign, NATO dropped 15 tons of depleted uranium as bombs. After that, Serbia had the highest cancer rate out of any country in Europe. For the first 10 years following the bombing, some 30,000 people came down with cancer in that country, and between 10,000 and 18,000 of them died. But most news media don't say anything about that.
 
That's just your convenient line. We could have inserted any other name in there, because it's like a merry-go-round. It's like an Andy Warhol thing -- everybody gets their turn to be called the bad guys.

According to Serbian officials, NATO bombing resulted in deaths of 3,500 to 4,000 people, while some 10,000 people were injured, two-thirds of them being civilians. The material damages were in the tens of billions of dollars. During the three months of the bombing campaign, NATO dropped 15 tons of depleted uranium as bombs. After that, Serbia had the highest cancer rate out of any country in Europe. For the first 10 years following the bombing, some 30,000 people came down with cancer in that country, and between 10,000 and 18,000 of them died. But most news media don't say anything about that.
After Bosnia and Kosovo, paybacks are a bitch aren't they?
 
Serbia doesn't come up much in conversation. A friend of mine recently visited that area. He had lived and worked in Central Asia, and so he was used to hospitable cultures.

Kosovo and Bosnia he found fascinating in various ways. The Serbians he found to be arrogant and depressing with a grudge, even though they had been the cause of the forced oppression and attempted annihilation of neighboring minority groups.

Serbian food was bland, Serbs walked around with a woe is me mindset--bullies with a victim mentality, sound like any other nation?--and again, their arrogance was as overwhelming as their language grated on the ears.

In short, he concluded that Serbia is a country full of whiny bitches. They deserve whichever ultranationalist they decide to elect.
 
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Serbia doesn't come up much in conversation. A friend of mine recently visited that area. He had lived and worked in Central Asia, and so he was used to hospitable cultures.

Kosovo and Bosnia he found fascinating in various ways. The Serbians he found to be arrogant and depressing with a grudge, even though they had been the cause of the forced oppression and attempted annihilation of neighboring minority groups.

Serbian food was bland, Serbs walked around with a woe is me mindset--bullies with a victim mentality, sound like any other nation?--and again, their arrogance was as overwhelming as their language grated on the ears.

In short, he concluded that Serbia is a country full of whiny bitches. They deserve whichever ultranationalist they decide to elect.

This seems to be the standard description of any untermenschen -- "whiny arrogant aggressive entitled domineering" etc, etc (translation: better to get rid of them)
 
This seems to be the standard description of any untermenschen -- "whiny arrogant aggressive entitled domineering" etc, etc (translation: better to get rid of them)

I don't want to get rid of them, naturally--that's just something that your broken translator arrived at all on its own. Instead, my point was that I will never visit such a dour place.

But I do appreciate you falling over yourself to demonstrate the whiny victimhood that I was talking about with regard to Serbians.
 
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