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Balkan Countries Should Stand Up Against The Toxic American Influence
"This skillful disinformation campaign has been spectacularly successful in derailing sections of the traditional peace and progressive movement." Backing up Globalization with Military Might
I've written about it before, and every day proves that I was correct: America does not want a strong Europe. It is partly responsible for the conflict in Ukraine. The best deal for America is for Europeans to hate Europeans. The war in Ukraine was created to divert your attention away from the fact that Vanguard Group and Black Rock possess practically every product on the planet, and it is the reason you are being forced to be injected with experimental gene products.
Fortunately, not all politicians are WEF puppets or, at the very least, are aware that the WEF strategy to implement global social credit system may not succeed and that they should have a backup plan. There's a reason why some of these politicians are from the Balkans.
Balkan countries, have been at war for most of the history, but the last few years have been peaceful.
We've learnt that hatred just leads to further misery.
We are related, and we should love and respect one another.
We accept life as it is, have strong family ties, and have not broken our bond with Mother Earth.
I am a Bulgarian, and meeting someone from another Balkan country seems like meeting family.
Like the war in Yugoslavia, the conflict in Ukraine is just another attempt by the American corporations to gain more power.
Peaceful Europe means independence from America and China, economic prosperity, and the preservation of European culture. That is terrifying for America.
The Balkan countries also have the lowest rate of gene product implementation. The gene product is designed to generate consumers, and we the Balkan people just refuse it. It is no accident that we are being dragged into the so-called conflict in Ukraine at the same time when American diplomats are spreading mistrust among the Balkan countries. I believe we've had enough!
The owners of American politicians have wrecked the Balkans numerous times, and it is now time for liberation!
A Balkan Economic Union, for example, has a fair possibility of becoming one of the world's most powerful economic unions. We have everything we need, and we can get what we don't have for a far better rate than within the EU. We should strengthen our ties with Asia, Africa, and South America. We don't have to be the slaves of American corporations.
Balkan countries as well, have a significant advantage since we control the only direct route from Asia to Europe.
The Balkan Economic Union could impose an additional fee for any products transiting through its territory, with the profits going toward improving the road infrastructure that is in need of rehabilitation.
We don't need the EU, NATO, WHO, and other parasitic antihuman organizations that fight against creating peace in our beautiful planet by focusing on hatred rather than love, on differences rather than similarities.
Take a look at this excellent read, which may be difficult for some readers but demonstrates what NATO is all about: “Backing up Globalization with Military Might, New World Order Onslaught” by Karen Talbot https://www.globalissues.org/article/448/backing-up-globalization-with-military-might
Check this this paragraph. Does this sound familiar?
The ongoing media hype, including the unprecedented demonization of the Serbs, is designed to continue molding public opinion to accept the "justice" of the war. The unmistakable message is that the "Serbs got what they deserve."
It also masterfully conceals, and therefore allows unimpeded momentum toward, the true goals behind the stepped-up saber-rattling of the world's super-power and its allies. This skillful disinformation campaign has been spectacularly successful in derailing sections of the traditional peace and progressive movement.
There is an excellent book on the topic Neoliberalism, Militarism, and Armed Conflict, Vol. 27: 4, 2000. It includes the analysis of Karen Talbot http://www.socialjusticejournal.org/product/neoliberalism-militarism-and-armed-conflict-vol-27-4-2000/
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