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Increased Soros Destabilization through the Appearance of “Micro-nations”

by Wayne Madsen, Strategic Culture

The appearance of a micro-nation called «Liberland» on the Croatian-Serbian border may indicate that the provocation and destabilization specialists funded by billionaire global troublemaker George Soros have discovered that the concept of micro-nations may serve as the latest tool for the further «Balkanization» of an overly-segmented Balkan peninsula. The appearance of small states championing libertarianism may also be a harbinger of greater involvement internationally by the deep-pocketed billionaire libertarian brothers, Charles and David Koch, who have done so much to corporatize government in the United States.

Czech national Vit Jedlicka has proclaimed the micro-nation of Liberland on unclaimed territory on the west bank of the Danube River between Croatia and Serbia but which is adjoined to Croatia by land. The parcel of land is not the only disputed territory arising from the collapse of the former Yugoslavia. Vukovar and Sarengrad islands in the Danube are also disputed territories, claimed by Croatia but occupied by Serbia. Continue reading Increased Soros Destabilization through the Appearance of “Micro-nations”