Regarding Montenegro, here is the link with more pictures and clips:

Those who protested consisted of mainly ex leading party's supporters, which ruled this country for 30 years. Some of them are connected to narcotics or other criminal activities, others have financial benefits and need to keep them. The rest are just hotheads who got brainwashed that they should hate Serbia. Something similar like in USA democrats are brainwashed to hate Trump.

What is also interesting is that the chaos began when Mr.Veljovic (ex leading party's Police chief) began pushing policemen with his group at the constructed gate.
Yesterday there was another gathering called "patriotic" gathering, which is organized in old royal capital named Cetinje.
The most interesting thing to me was the banner Antifa Cetinje, which obviously shows who supports it. Here is the picture with the banner:
Antifa cetinje.jpg
According to some of the comments, Antifa attacked a mosque representing the Erdogan Turkish state opinion. - I guess they are affiliated with the ultra-nationalistic Grey Wolves.

Antifa are extremists who firmly believe in Marx's quote-"Religion is the opium of the people". It's only a matter of time before they turn against the Muslims. But it seems Christianity is their main target.
Nov 30, 2022

Antifa Is Older Than You Might Think
Jul 31, 2020 Bloomberg Quicktake: Originals
As white supremacist and other extreme right wing groups continue to grow, so too has an aggressive effort to defeat them. In the U.S., racist and sometimes violent supporters of President Donald Trump are often met, and overwhelmed, by groups of anti-fascists, some of whom refer to themselves as Antifa. Occasionally engaging in destructive acts of their own, their cause extends back almost a century, to an infamous street battle with pro-Hitler fascists in 1930s London.

Berlin New Year Eve Violence | Arsonists Attack Police, Fire Crew Amid Rise In Extremism In Germany
Jan 3, 2023 CRUX
New Year's celebrations in Germany was marred by attacks against firefighters, the police and other emergency service staff. Berlin’s fire department reported 38 separate incidents, including 14 cases where fire trucks were supposedly "lured into ambushes". The police also said that it detained more than 100 people for arson offences. Germany reported that attackers used fireworks and beer crates to target fire trucks. 33 police officers and 15 emergency responders were injured in Berlin due to the violence on January 1. Germany has vowed to crack down on people responsible for violence around the weekend’s New Year celebrations. German police and firefighters’ unions have called for a ban on personal fireworks on New Year’s Eve. While there was no evidence that the incidents were politically motivated, Germany has witnessed a rise in violent political extremism. #Germany #NYEAttacks #Germanyfire #Scholz #Berlinattacks #Europe #Arson #WorldNews
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