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  • ross1948 9:02 am on June 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Crown Prince Aleksandr, Draza Mihailovic, , , ,   

    A Right Royal Game Today? Monarchists Clash In The Balkans! 

    If you’re at a loose end this morning, and in the vicinity of Serbia, you could do worse than watch the footie!

    There’s a game scheduled between two teams of Balkan royalists, a friendly of course, both of whose heroes deserves support.

    Meanwhile, good to read that the Kingdom of Serbia Association, says it has collected over 120,000 signature of support for the restoration of a king – and plans to submit its petition to parliament soon.


    First Congress of the Kingdom of Serbia Association


    The Karadjordjevic dynasty was betrayed by their Western Allies, when Churchill forced the young King Peter to disown the Chetnik resistance in German-occupied Serbia and switched Allied support to the Communists under Tito….

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    … who subsequently hunted down the Chetnik’s brave Draza Mihailovic, putting him to death after a kangaroo court  ‘convicted’ the patriot of ‘treason.’


    Justice for Serb Patriots – the Fight Goes On 

    Crown Prince Aleksandr came home after the Red regime was replaced by democracy, but self-seeking politicians have refused a referendum on the monarchy so far.

    In fact the new Europhiliac elite don’t like people power on any issues, it seems.  Belgrade Europhiliac – No Way Will Serbs Be Allowed A Vote! 


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    Crown Prince Aleksandr


    Aleksandr’s spokesman says that if the monarchy is restored,

    “The king would represent all the political parties but also all citizens. He would not be able to interfere in legislative, executive and judicial power but he could contribute to building a lawful state with his criticism or praise,” he said, adding that the crown would be “a cohesive factor of stability”.


    And the soccer?

    ….the match will be held on June 11, in honour of the 95th anniversary of the marriage of King Aleksandar of Yugoslavia and his Romanian bride Queen Marie and amid the presence of some Romanian royals.    http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/article/kingdom-of-serbia-association-wants-monarchy-reinstituted-05-23-2017

    As for Romania’s rightul ruler…. The royal house is still very popular and in 2014 Prime Minister Victor Ponta promised a referendum on whether or not to reinstate the monarchy…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_of_the_Romanians

    But Romanians have never yet had the chance to vote for King Michael, now home in his native land too, a very old national hero.


  • ross1948 8:06 am on July 8, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Belgrade Europhiliac – No Way Will Serbs Be Allowed A Vote! 

    The people of Serbia probably thought, when the communist dictatorship lost its grim grip on their nation, that at long last they’d be free to determine their own future.

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    • Not if their current Prime Minister, Aleksandar Vucic, has anything to do with it!

    He’s the worst kind of arrogant Europhiliac elitist, as you’d likely expect from his impeccable pro-crimmigrant stance.

    A big fan of Mama Stasi Merkel, he has strongly aligned himself with the policies of the German Chancellor…




    ….and publicly praised German migration policy. 

    We don’t build fences,”he has said. Aleksandar Vučić – Wikipedia

    But while he’s got a soft spot for the alien horde, he takes a tough line against his own people.

    He has now declared that Serbia would not hold a referendum on whether to join the European Union. 



    He’s quite adamant.

    Vucic said: “My answer to that is clear: There won’t be a referendum no matter how many initiatives there are for that.”



    A perfect pinko pin-up boy, with that gut hostility to the right of his own fellow-citizens to approve or reject their subordination to Brussels.

    Having won the Battle for Britain, freedom-fighters in the UK should show whatever solidarity they can with the Serbs now facing disenfranchisement.

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    • Indeed, such solidarity could be seen as, historically, a moral duty, given how their young monarch, exiled in WW2 London, was bullied into betraying the anti-communist Resistance leader Draza Mihailovic, thus handing post-war power to totalitarian marxists.    


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