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A strange White House deal between Serbia and Kosovo

Via Balkan Insight (…

The agreement signed between Kosovo and Serbia in Washington does no major damage to either side – but its main beneficiary was the US President.

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September 8, 2020

One of your worst analyses to date. Your understanding of this issue is shallow, at best, and your comments about Vučić are ignorant in the extreme. As any Serb will testify, the man is pro-Western to the core, and his policies have been treasonous and anti-Russian since day one. The only “balancing” he is involved with is one between his own interests and those of his Western sponsors; everything else is mere propaganda. And, by the way, how dare you speak of “Kosovo” as a state? You, of all people, should know better? Would you be willing to speak in… Read more »

Paul Martin
Paul Martin
September 9, 2020

There is always something that goes missing in the reportage, and this case, it is the sense of quite another reason for this sudden “agreement” between Kosovo and Serbia. Incidentally, it is also the same factor that lies behind the coming together of Israel and the UAE, and will be a “hidden” factor in most of the other similar “kiss and make up” convergences in the near future. It is called NESARA and GESARA. Any chance you’ve heard of it? (G)ESARA is the Global version of the National Economic Security and Reformation Act, which is first to be enacted in… Read more »

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A strange White House deal between Serbia and Kosovo

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