This is something you’ve never seen
in Serbia and you’ll never see it again. You won’t see it.
Well done! Marka Žvaka with Beli. Who is this Beli?
-Young people should rule. How can you not know who Beli is?
-People told me he was a young man. Yes, all dressed in white,
he walks around the town. We were handing out
university diplomas the other day. Three sacks of diplomas were handed out.
We want to be the most educated town. Were people taking them?
-Of course. Especially, at the market. Next week we’re handing out PhDs.
-This is Gordan Vesnić, the city manager. The city manager.
-Hi! –Hi! “We stand strong!” We thought, if we won,
to reopen „Drapšin“ factory and produce Lamborghinis.
But, since we haven’t won, we’ll try to bring young people together,
activate them, organize some festivals. Maybe collective trainings, you know,
a bit of communism, labor actions… Hiking up Kosmaj mountain, drinking water at Selters spa. The town is dead. -Saturday morning
trainings will be lead by president Beli. We’ve definitely hit
rock bottom as a small town. But we won’t use the term „comrade“,
it’s tacky, we’ll find something else. Uncle. Uncle Beli!
-Uncle! -Hello! All right. I live near a high school
and a primary school and when I pass by during recess,
it’s total chaos. They shout: “Uncle Beli!” “Take a selfie with me!” I like that.
They are politically inactive, but they get the point. –My mother
loves Beli more than me at the moment. I’ve got 30% of the votes
in my house and Beli’s got 70%. Yes? Hello. Thank you very much. Thank you. No, I’m not ignoring journalists,
I’ve been talking to five TV stations and fourteen radio stations since
this morning. I’m talking on two phones. We need a double. -The campaign
lasted for 38 days and we kicked ass. People congratulate us like
we won. Actually… -We won! We spent 300 euros for the campaign.
38 days and 300 euros, 20% of the votes. Where did you get the money? -We
were collecting it. It was the best part. We paid 1500 dinars for the shoes,
each of us invested 200 dinars. Beli is the man! You should know that!
An honest young man! Without a stain! He will be the president of
the municipality! -Thank you! With God’s help, the next time he
will be in the National Assembly! Thank you so much.
–We stand strong! –We stand strong! I was born in Mladenovac in 1991.
I am a student of communicology, young artist, athlete… It’s funny, my neighbor asked me
if I could get a job for his son. –Really? People think
we have some power now. We have the power to
bring young people together, to activate them, to organize
labor actions and stuff… We have no money at all. But maybe some
of these rich people will invest something. It’s a healthy idea. –What will
you do in the local government? First of all, the transparency. We want to show where the budget money goes. When you show people where
their money is spent, you earn trust. Nobody has done that so far.
How much was spent, when, what for… We will present everything
on our website samojako.rs. The first project in plan is to
turn Markovačko lake into a sea. Fifty tons of salt goes
directly into the lake, we will make a sea and import two
white sharks. Because of Beli (white). I though maybe bull sharks,
but they must be white sharks. It was very windy this morning
so I had to put on double socks. But H2O, so the feet can breathe.
Hello! We stand strong! -We stand strong! Roma people are with you! -I’ll build
you Dubai down there. –Long live Beli! Dubai, you know Dubai. Girls? What about girls?
-Are they chasing you? They are, bro, seriously.
Ask him, it’s incredible. Baby mamas.
-Usually, mothers. -Yes, mothers. That’s all normal, you know.
-Congratulations! We need young people. That’s right. We stand strong! Beli, you rule!
-Hey, Crni, you rule! I just want to greet you, congratulations.
No one will save us but young people. Are you Sidzim’s son? -I am.
-Your father is a good man. -Thank you. A good man, I know him.
-Thank you. If you continue what you’ve started,
everything will be well. –Thank you. All the best. We stand strong!
Hey, what’s up? We won at two or three polling
sites, we were ahead of Vučić. We came second in the villages,
maybe third in two of the villages. Do you have a message
for the current government? And for the people?
-What could I… I don’t know, I have
nothing to say to them. They are the bigger charade than we are,
although you can’t get lower that this. And to the people… I don’t know.
They should follow our work, they might learn something and
maybe something comes out of it.