Not only is Marko Milosavljević, a university professor of journalism, spreading lies and slandering Slovenia abroad; this time he even went a step further and told the show The Listening Post on the English TV channel Al Jazeera that in Slovenia, “lots of journalists and editors are afraid that something will happen to them,” while – beware! – he also drew attention to the cases of murders of journalists in several countries of the European Union, such as Slovakia, Malta and Greece. It is utterly inconceivable that someone is willing to portray their homeland in such a distorted manner abroad, just to score some political points. On top of it all, he is a professor of journalism who is passing on his professional “skills” to the next generation of Slovenian journalists.
Critics of the current government, and Prime Minister Janez Janša in particular, have once again worked hard to export untruths to foreign media outlets. The editor-in-chief of Oštra, Anuška Delić, explained to the Qatari television network Al Jazeera how our government is supposedly ruthlessly attacking Slovenian journalists and the media. Delić also commented on our media outlet: “Nova24TV is considered one of the main sources of misinformation and false news in Slovenia,” she said. Once again, the same old ancient trick of the leftists – you simply have to point your finger at the others and accuse them of your own actions. A really elegant and, above all, professional move, but still – thank you for the mention, Delić.
In addition to Delić, Marko Milosavljević, a professor of journalism at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana, Blaž Zgaga, an activist and journalist, and Boris Tomašič, editor of Nova24TV, were also guests on the show.
So far, only the journalists who did not favour the left have been attacked
We must once again point out the case of the excellent and credible Milosavljević, who explained in the television report that the aggressive rhetoric of the Slovenian government could lead to physical violence. Physical violence of who? Perhaps the leftists who aggressively rallied on the streets of Ljubljana in November? Namely, during all this time, there was no detection of anyone from the government side also being physically violent, so it is not entirely clear what the professor of journalism was trying to hint at, but it is definitely clear that his statement was primarily intended for a dramatic effect and to describe his own rhetoric.
“Lots of journalists and editors are afraid that something will happen to them,” Miosavljević then said. Here, we can ask ourselves once again – who are the journalists that are afraid? And above all – which journalists had actually had something happen to them so far, or who did anything to them? The November protests, for example, come to mind again, when a journalist and photo-reporter got beaten up pretty badly by the hooligans, set up by the leftists. Alas, there is also the rapper Zlatko, who forcibly took the camera from our cameraman. And if we go a bit further back, we also remember the brutal attack on journalist Miro Petek. Threats against Jože Možina and the attack on Petra Janša. Do we even need to continue?
In addition to his absurd statement, Milosavljević also drew attention to the cases of murders of journalists in several countries of the European Union, such as Slovakia, Malta and Greece, the ostro.si web portal wrote. Seriously? Thanks to our current government, the murders of journalists might also start happening? What is the name of the disorder that is characterised by distortions of reality and thinking, paranoia and strange beliefs? Or is it just that some are starting to believe their own fairy tales?