In a move eerily similar to the tactics employed by the globalist left against Donald Trump in the United States, the President of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik, is facing charges by Bosnia’s high court for refusing to recognize the authority of German colonial administrator Christian Schmidt and the rulings of the country’s Muslim-dominated constitutional court.
Tensions have increased in the country in recent months following attempts by Bosnian authorities, backed by Schmidt, to confiscate property owned by Republika Srpska as outlined in the Dayton Agreement that ended the war in the country in the mid-1990s.
Following the moves, Dodik signed laws adopted by the democratically-elected assembly of Republika Srpska refusing to recognize decisions imposed by Christian Schmidt who claims the role of High Representative, but who was never confirmed in that position by the U.N. Security Council as required by the Dayton Agreement, as well as decisions imposed by the globalist Muslim-dominated constitutional court. Because he illegitimately assumed the role of High Representative, being focibly imposed on the country by globalist colonial authorities, Dodik has rightly refused to recognize Schmidt’s authority.
A court official told Agence France Press that Dodik was indicted for “failure to comply with the decisions of the High Representative.” If convicted, the democratically-elected President of Republika Srpska faces six months to five years in prison.
For standing up for democracy and defending the rights of Serbs living in Republika Srpska, Dodik is facing a concerted globalist campaign employing lawfare tactics. He has also been sanctioned by the United States for his political stance. More than a quarter of a century after the end of the brutal war in the region, Bosnia is a failed state that is only held together by a globalist colonial regime.