The President of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik today, announced that he will move to protect his country from the devastating and destructive influence of the Soros Foundation. Soros has been one of the most destructive forces in Eastern Europe, undermining democracy and subverting national sovereignty in the countries where it operates. He plans to do this by proposing new legislation, based on U.S. law.
“In its law, the United States calls foreign non-governmental organizations, or those financed by foreigners, ‘foreign agents on the territory of the USA,’” Dodik told reporters in Banja Luka.
He said he merely intends to replace the word USA in the legislative draft, replacing it with Republika Srpska. Dodik said the law will require reporting every type of transaction and all activities.
Dodik said that the Soros Foundation intends to transfer its headquarters for the Balkans from Tirana to Sarajevo. Having already subverted Albanian democracy where it has worked to destroy the political opposition and impose a government subservient to Western interests, Soros now plans to increase its efforts to do the same in Bosnia and Herzegovina. “It has an obvious intention to act according to the principles they have developed to destabilize society. Of course, we will protect ourselves from that. Soros is unacceptable here, it is not a benevolent organization, but a destructive one that wants to carry out its destructive campaigns, which we have seen in a number of countries around the world,” the President of Republika Srpska declared.
Dodik said that laws need to be strengthened because there are individuals who want to buy the journalistic community for their own objectives while claiming to protect it. He asked where was the free press when the former high representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Valentin Incko, imposed amendments to the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina, crushing free speech by punishing those accused of denying the genocide in Srebrenica or of glorifying of war crimes. “Where was the free press to write about it? How can a law say you can't say something? Why don't they protest? Why don't you write that he cannot impose it? They have different attitudes towards foreigners and what we want to do,” Dodik told reporters.
The President said that it is necessary to ensure that the media does its work freely and that he is ready to discuss in detail with editors and journalists about amendments to the Criminal Code of Srpska.