Nikola Sandulović: For Milorad Dodik The Loss Of Power Will Be Very Hard — Pravda Za Davida
NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — The Rich TVX News Network predicted that Jelena Trivić would defeat Milorad Dodik in the upcoming election in Republika Srpska. Jelena Trivić is a Bosnian Serb politician and university professor serving as a member of the National Assembly of Republika Srpska. For one thing, the Kremlin is losing its preeminent power position in Republika Srpska. But why should we all be happy about this? Well, the centralized power created by the criminal Milorad Dodik regime in Republika Srpska, one of the two entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is in many respects, unprecedented. Clearly, power in the Balkan countries does not exist in its own right. When it comes, it is wrapped into the character of the dictator who holds it, and when it goes, it bears an identity that has been changed by the experience. Those dictators who hold or lose power do not all share the same experience. Many things go with the loss of power, but for a dictator such as Milorad Dodik, it means life or death. When power is held for any length of time, it has an impact on the dictator’s psyche. When power is lost, it is never clear what will remain to tyrants like Milorad Dodik who held it. Mirjana “Mira” Marković, a KGB agent and the wife of Slobodan Milošević, brought Milorad Dodik to power. But by and large, the Butcher of Banja Luka Milorad Dodik ruled by terror in Republika Srpska. The dictator’s police apparatus beat old women, mothers and their babies in the streets of Banja Luka. As we learned from the Serbian security structure, two high-ranking UDBA members from Jelena Trivić’s own block are trying right now to prevent her victory, of course, it will not work. Their aim is to rig the elections in favor of the Milorad Dodik regime. More worrisome is the security side of the question. Of course, the highly criminal Milorad Dodik regime will not voluntarily surrender. However hopeful the changes in the Republika Srpska, the last thing the United States should do is to stay passive. Milorad Dodik must be arrested as soon as possible before he can flee to Russia. Read more here.