Macedonian Human Rights Movement International President Bill Nicholov met with European Free Alliance President Lorena Lopez de Lacalle and Political and Public Affairs Advisor Paul Butcher on January 26, 2023 to discuss grave issues facing Macedonians, including the abhorrent conditions that political prisoners are enduring in the Republic of Macedonia — stemming from their dissent against the forced and highly derogatory name change into "North Macedonia" — and the subsequent increase of violence, threats, and denial of basic human rights throughout the Balkans, also resulting from the forced name, identity and history change imposed on Macedonians.
On January 27, 2023, Macedonian Human Rights Movement International (MHRMI) President, Bill Nicholov, and MHRMI as an organization, filed lawsuits for insult and defamation in Basic Civil Court Skopje, Macedonia against Bujar Osmani, foreign minister of the Macedonia regime and 360 Degrees, a media outlet in Macedonia.
Osmani and 360 Degrees are highly critical of those who dissent against the regime and U.S. anti-Macedonian policies and crackdown on human rights and civil liberties. The lawsuits are for violations of the Law on Civil Liability for Insult and Defamation.
A drunk driver runs a red light and slams into a crowd of pedestrians, gravely injuring several. If this happened in Macedonia, the headline in Western media would be: "Pedestrians Cause Car Accident, Major Damage to Vehicle".
Imagine that every headline and news story about your ethnic group is rife with misinformation and designed to eradicate the existence of your ethnic identity.
A complaint for the infringement of EU law has been filed against the Republic of Bulgaria at the European Commission for refusing to register the Macedonian Club for Ethnic Tolerance, thereby breaching several fundamental EU rights, directives, procedures and EU practices.
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International is proud to announce that we have funded the opening of the Nikola Vaptsarov Macedonian Cultural Centre in Gorna Djumaja (renamed "Blagoevgrad" by Bulgaria), Pirin Macedonia. An official ceremony will take place on October 30, 2022.
The cultural centre will be operated by the Macedonian Society for the Protection of Basic Human Rights, an organization which advocates for the oppressed Macedonian minority in Bulgaria, and will continue to be financed by Macedonian Human Rights Movement International.
Throughout his political career, Joe Biden has lived for — while millions have died as a result of — U.S.-waged wars, proxy wars, coups, and all-around American interventionism. He talked about the "tenets of the United Nations", "human rights", "international law" and had the unsurprising audacity to say...
A core leftist principle is anti-interventionism. But American faux-leftists (read: the Democratic Party) are beholden to the same force that drives the Republican Party — American Culture. (And both parties partially, if not completely, created it). It is this culture that not only forbids Americans from speaking out against interventionism and warmongering, it practically mandates “celebrating the troops” at every opportunity.
I've asked Freeland why she supports the regime in Macedonia. I've kept her and her policy advisors apprised of escalating human rights abuses against Macedonians throughout the Balkans. Describing the two broken legs suffered by the spokeswoman of an opposition party, also at a protest against the regime, did not phase her. NATO expansion is her goal, and nothing will get in her way.
It's a New Kind of Reality Competition -
Human rights abuses must be condemned no matter the perpetrator. But that is not the American way. The American way is to condemn abuses unless they’re committed by the United States or a U.S.-backed proxy.
Continuing the “American way” theme, I’ve found a new way of exposing U.S. foreign policy hypocrisy – a reality TV competition! Let’s play The Masked Human Rights Abuser: