Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić knows how to treat a conservative news legend like Tucker Carlson. Rolling out the red carpet treatment, Vučić and his cabinet gave Carlson a warm welcome in Budapest. This is how leaders should welcome truth-seeking journalists, unlike some people who shall remain nameless.
Now, Carlson’s visit to Serbia is not just about enjoying the scenery and tasting the local delicacies. No, no, no! He’s there to talk about some serious stuff like NATO’s bombing in the region and what’s really going on in Ukraine. Finally, someone who wants to hear a different perspective, unlike those mainstream media puppets.
Serbia, being a country with close ties to Russia, is not jumping on the European Union bandwagon to arm Ukraine. And who can blame them? It’s time someone stood up against the reckless warmongering of the EU. Carlson’s sharp analysis and opposition to endless conflicts and escalations have made him quite popular among media outlets in the Russian orbit. Way to go, Tucker!
WATCH: Tucker Carlson Meets With Serbian Prime Minister In Budapesthttps://t.co/SHumtMaR7B
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Of course, anyone who goes against the mainstream narrative will be immediately attacked. Accusations of spreading “Putin’s propaganda” have been hurled at Carlson from all directions. But here’s the thing, folks: just because someone disagrees with the war in Ukraine does not mean they’re a puppet of Putin. It means they have a brain of their own and can see through the lies and manipulation.
During their meeting, Carlson and Vučić delved into the war in Ukraine, dissecting its impact on the European economy. It’s fascinating to hear Carlson’s take on how NATO’s actions have crushed Europe economically. I mean, who needs a strong economy anyway? Certainly not Germany, the largest economy in Europe. The destruction of Nord Stream by the Biden Administration is like a blow to the gut of the German economy. Can you feel the sarcasm dripping from these words, dear readers?
It’s about time someone like Carlson sheds light on the ripple effects of NATO countries attacking each other. If this doesn’t make you question the so-called unity of NATO, then what will? Perhaps it’s time we reevaluate our alliances and focus on taking care of our own interests instead of blindly following the lead of those who seem to have forgotten what’s best for us.
In the end, Carlson’s visit to Serbia is not just about meeting a foreign leader but about challenging the status quo and giving a voice to those who have been silenced. Kudos to Tucker for fearlessly speaking his mind. Keep seeking the truth, my friend!