verb [ trans. ]
divide (a region or body) into smaller mutually hostile states or groups.
Balkanization |ˌbôlkənəˈzā sh ən| noun
ORIGIN 1920s: from Balkan Peninsula (where this was done in the late 19th and early 20th cent.) + -ize .
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Bankers have perfected a profitable pattern of taking over countries and their wealth, using a team of talented public relations people, compromised local government officials, the UN, NATO and USA military. The “Axis of Evil” was a list of countries that did not have a central Rothschild bank and wished to handle their oil wealth in currencies other than dollars. Bankers are now working to take more countries down as quickly as possible, especially in the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Apparently Russia is in their crosshairs as well, as they are vilifying Russia on a daily basis.
Debt, death, destruction, bribery, threats, blackmail, poverty, propaganda, pitting people against another, outright lying, rewriting history, torture, arranging suicides among their own employees, murder, war. Bankers are well organized and have figured out how to take down the world, one nation – or maybe two or three or four – at a time. This is gangster behavior on a big scale. Here we have the sad story of what used to be known as Yugoslavia.
Boris Malagurski’s award-winning Canadian film The Weight of Chains, dealing with the breakup of Yugoslavia from a different angle… If you thought you knew why Yugoslavia broke up, get ready for 2 hours of shocking facts that will shed a different light on Western intervention in the Balkans… Malagurski will expose the root causes of the Yugoslav wars and explain that the goal was for the West to create economic and geopolitical colonies in that part of the world.
Who’s in the film? Everyone from former “Economic Hitman” John Perkins, Retired Major General of the UN Army Lewis Mackenzie, Canadian economist Michel Chossudovsky, Canadian journalist Scott Taylor, former Canadian Ambassador to Yugoslavia James Bissett, humanitarian Vlade Divac and the list goes on! Please donate towards the next film that Boris Malagurski is working on: The Weight of Chains 2, which will continue the story where the first film ends! Watch the trailer and donate now at: http://www.weightofchains.com/2