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  • Reynolds
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    • Oct 2018
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    Marching With Serbian Nationalists


    Marching With the Serbian Nationalists



    “The Clintons can blow us!” hundreds roar as we pass the US embassy in Belgrade. One of the Serbians marching turns to me with a proud smile: “this is our traditional saying since the war.”



    Although the topic of NATO's aggression against Serbia is a common topic among its people. This demonstration was for a different kind of attack, a cultural one, with the left-liberal government of Montenegro as the catalyst. They were passing a cleverly camouflaged “freedom of religion” law that was anything but, a legislation that will allow the government to seize control of century's old Serbian Orthodox churches and use them in whatever way they see fit. As with most things in the Balkans it's a complicated situation that requires taking a look at the ruling party of Montenegro to get a better understanding of why Serbian patriots are compelled to take to the streets.

    The president of Montenegro is Milo Djukanivic from the DPS (Democratic Party of Socialists) which is just “facelift” of its original name, “Montenegrin League of Communists,” who have been in power since 1945. Unlike all its neighbors the Montenegrin League of Communists were never truly removed from power when the Soviet Union collapsed, they simply changed the name of their party ... The DPS has been accused of everything from voter fraud and blackmail to embezzlement, not to mention a slew of car bombings, driveby shootings ... That the controlling DPS has set its sights on the Serbian Orthodox Church is no surprise, with 7 out of 10 citizens saying they are a member of the Church, making it a major populist rallying point preventing the total omnipotence of big business, globalist interlopers and corrupt politicians dictating the terms of Montenegrin liberalism.





    Many consider the Orthodox church the last true bastion of Christianity for its heavy emphasis on traditional values and its hard rejection of the LGBT and liberal degenerate culture that many other sects of Christianity have readily embraced. This religious barrier to the cultural liberal maximalist project along with its defense of ethnic Serbs in regions where they are under attack (Kosovo, Montenegro, etc) has continuously put the government at odds with the church. I'm lucky to have one of the best seats in the house for this demonstration being one of 12 in front holding up the banner that reads' 'REJECT'' in cyrillic. What I did find captivating was the younger generation, some spilling out of the cafes to watch the flare lit march only to give us the 3-finger Serbian salute and then join in! The more we marched, the more young lads felt compelled to drop everything and join our ranks. After the demonstration I went back to a pub owned by the nationalist organization Kormilo.That night was just one of many demonstrations taking place throughout Serbia and Montenegro, with some turning violent in Montenegro where riot police have been brutally beating protesters, including an Orthodox priest.

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