Boris Malagurski (born August 11, 1988) is a Serbian right-wing extremist, ultranationalist, conspiracy theorist and a self-declared adherent of genocidal butcher Slobodan Milosevic, who resides in Canada. He is also a Wikipedia sockpuppeteer and self-promoter who has written autobiographies of himself in several languages. In addition, he makes what he calls "films."
Wikipedia sockpuppetry in service of Milosevic
He used to push pro-Milosevic views as a Wikipedia editor named banned in 2007, he returned using a multitude of accounts including and , and still remains at large on Wikipedia. His attempt to write an initially failed; however, having being recreated several times, it survived multiple .. After being more or less permanently
Although he spends most of the day sockpuppeteering on Wikipedia, he also manages to make independent "films." These are essentially hard-right Serbian nationalist propaganda with all the production values of a home movie from 1987, in which they portray the Serbs as the noble yet oppressed victims of the wars they started against neighbouring countries, and Milosevic as the greatest hero of them all. In many ways, Boris Malagurski is the Serbian-Canadian counterpart of
In addition to his pro-Milosevic escapades on the English Wikipedia, he has managed to get desysopped and banned by his fellows over at the Serbian Wikipedia, as his nationalist views were too extreme even for them.
Characteristic of his self-promotion is his claim on Wikipedia that he was the "Winner, Silver Palm Award, 2009." In reality, he was one of 14 winners in the category "student films", and one of 76 winners overall of said award (after 13 other students had been awarded their Golden Palms) at an obscure film festival in Mexico, where literally everyone got an award.
He is the son of Brankislavskiakianusski Malagurski and Slavica Svetlanaskoja Malagurska, Serbian genocidal nationalists from Subotica.
- Malagurski: Cultural Learnings of Canada for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Ethnically Pure Greater Serbia
The full ugly list of Boris' self-promotion
- Promotional autobiography exaggerating his importance in the English Wikipedia
- Autobiography in the Bulgarian (lol) Wikipedia
- Autobiography in the Spanish Wikipedia
- Autobiography in the Italian Wikipedia
- Autobiography in the Serbian Wikipedia
- Autobiography in the other Serbian Wikipedia
- Promotional self-written article on his Serbian nationalist home-made propaganda video "Kosovo: Can You Imagine?" (with six language versions)
- Another of his home-made videos (with nine language versions)
- And another one
- And another one
Request for adminship
Boris failed spectacularly at his Slobodan Milosevic and the sockpuppets used to support his nomination.in 2006, in which he, true to his assburger personality, revealed that his main hobby is editing Wikipedia. The majority of users in the discussion were not impressed, and described him as a Serbian nationalist, noting his attempted whitewashing of
Best quote about Boris
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