Voices from Russia

Saturday, 23 April 2016

23 April 2016. It Was Seventeen Years Ago That Chilly Hilly Laughed at the Killing of Serbian Journalists in Their Studio… Friends Don’t Let Friends Vote for Soulless Fiends

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A memorial to the murdered RTS staff… Chilly Hilly laughed at this and wants to repeat it. What does that tell you about her backers?


I saw this on FB:

17 years ago, 16 employees of the Radio-Television ‪#‎Serbia‬ lost their lives during the NATO bombing of ‪#‎Yugoslavia‬. On 23 April 1999, NATO hit the RTS studios with two devastating missile strikes. That was just one out of many civilian buildings bombed in 1999, and still no one from any of the NATO member states is held responsible for that crime. Those killed during the NATO attack were:

  • Jelica Munitlak (27)
  • Ksenija Banković (27)
  • Darko Stoimenovski (25)
  • Nebojša Stojanović (26)
  • Dragorad Dragojević (27)
  • Dragan Tasić (29)
  • Aleksandar Deletić (30)
  • Slaviša Stevanović ( 32)
  • Siniša Medić (32)
  • Ivan Stukalo (33)
  • Dejan Marković (39)
  • Milan Joksimović (47)
  • Branislav Jovanović (50)
  • Milovan Janković (59)
  • Tomislav Mitrović (61)
  • Slobodan Jontić (54)

Вечная память

There is something that you can do. One of the war criminals responsible for this criminal attack is running for US President. Don’t vote for Hillary Clinton. She laughed, not only at the death of these journalists, but at the Easter Bombing of Belgrade. What does that tell you about her backers (especially, those who claim to be Orthodox)? That’s sad, ain’t it? Remember to light a candle for the dead tomorrow… we’re Christians; that’s what we do.

Keep Chilly Hilly out of the White House.



Saturday, 27 October 2012

Anti-Serb Graffiti on Orthodox Church in Hungary


MTI reported that vandals painted anti-Serb graffiti on a Serbian Orthodox church in the town of Szentendre near Budapest. Hungarian police stated that vandals spray-painted the walls of the Serbian Orthodox church and a memorial plaque of Serbian writer Jakov Ignjatović in the last two days. On Friday night, Fr Zoran, a priest of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) in Budapest told Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) that the graffiti painted on the church included the saying, “Death to Chetniks”. He said that vandals painted “Go back to your Serbia” on the memorial plaque and on the walls of the Serbian school, adding that flyers with similar texts were handed out in the town. MTI emphasised that an investigation was underway. The headquarters of the SPC Diocese of Budapest are located in Szentendre. The Serbian museum, library, and archives located in the town are of utmost importance for the remaining Serbs in Szentendre. Serbs first came to Szentendre during the Great Serb Migration in 1690, led by Serbian Patriarch Arsenije Čarnojević.

27 October 2012



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