Although in the core of Eurasianism historically there are Russians, Eurasianism is a very open, polycentric model. The presentation on Vidovdan in Serbia is associated with very deep, strong organic ties that exist between Serbia and Russia. For us, Serbia is the western vanguard of our civilization. Civilization is Eurasian, and Serbia is in some ways Eurasian. Although this is a European state, it is an Orthodox country, it is closely connected historically with the Russian state. It is connected with a completely unique identity, Balkan, in a sense Turanian, because many people came here to the Balkans from the territory of Turan in ancient times.
Adherents of the Bosnian church was not only a simple people, but also many notable secular feudal lords and even some bans. The example of Bosnia during this period suggests that historically there was a State with a predominantly frankly Gnostic religion, and that this State was Slavic (Serbian), and its ideological origins should be sought in post-Byzantine Bulgaria, and then to the Paulicians, Manichaeans, and, perhaps, , And to the early Christian Gnostics.
In the capital of Serbia, Belgrade, there was a press conference of Alexander Dugin, Leonid Savin and Alexei Belyaev-Gintovt, dedicated to the opening of the office of the International Eurasian Movement in Serbia. Representatives of local mass media and the public gathered in the hall of the “Moscow” hotel. News Front broadcasted live from the scene.
A young man chanting “Murderer, leave Belgrade” hurled a pie at his face while he was presenting his film, “Peshmerga,” on Wednesday. Another man climbed the stage with a banner bearing a communist hammer and sickle that read, “Bernard Levy advocates imperialist murders.”
Now, we are confronted by the fact that there is our great friend Russia, and the European Union, to which we aspire to join and are surrounded by, and whose member we would like to become if they will accept us without humiliation, but with dignity. Russia and the European Union are now in a dispute in which it is very difficult to determine our place. But if you see that Serbia did not join the sanctions against Russia, then this is a sign as to whose side we have taken in this dispute.