"I have ever deemed it fundamental for the United States never to take active part in the quarrels of Europe. Their political interests are entirely distinct from ours. Their mutual jealousies, their balance of power, their complicated alliances, their forms and principles of government, are all foreign to us. They are nations of eternal war." -- Thomas Jefferson

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The President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, gave a long interview to the Swiss weekly magazine "Weltwoche" during which he revealed that Serbia controls the reserves of oil, flour, sugar as in 3-4 months we will have a world war.

Due to the very good relations of the Serbian president with B. Putin and Moscow, it is possible that Vucic knows what is going on behind the scenes and that he conveyed some Russian ultimatum to NATO, especially after the admission of the transfer of Ukrainian F-16s to NATO ones bases in Romania and Poland.

Russia should get biblical with its response to Western sanctions by turning life in the West into a "permanent nightmare" and inflicting maximum damage on unfriendly countries, Russian Security Council Deputy Chairman Dmitry Medvedev said.

The Train Has Left the Station and No One Can Stop It. Europe Will be at War with Russia. Serbias President A. Vucic By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Ladylove

 

These are the words of Serbia’s President Aleksander Vucic. He ought to know. He is in the middle of it. He thinks Europe will be at war with Russia in “not more than three or four months,” if that long.

President Vucic says “no one is attempting to stop the war. Nobody is speaking about peace. Peace is almost a forbidden word.” Scroll down for text and 5 minute video

EU court slaps $216m fine on Hungary for not following asylum laws MikeRivero

The European Union’s top court has slapped Hungary with a 200-million-euro ($216m) fine and imposed a daily one-million-euro ($1.08m) penalty for failing to follow the bloc’s asylum laws and for illegally deporting migrants.

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday that the alliance was discussing the “adaption” of its nuclear arsenal to the “current security environment” amid soaring tensions with Russia.

He listed two examples of NATO’s “adaptation,” the Netherlands acquiring F-35 fighter jets that could drop US nuclear weapons stored in the country and the US modernizing its nuclear warheads that are deployed across Europe.