“Can I knock on the doors of the National Assembly?” rapper Zlatko asked the police at Wednesday’s protest, to which he came carrying a large wooden cross, along with a crowd of protesters, which also included the old acquaintance of the police, delinquent Anis Ličina.
After Tuesday’s incident, when security guards arrested a man with a chainsaw in front of the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia, who was protesting against the protective measures, the anti-government protesters also gathered in front of the National Assembly on Wednesday. By the way, the protests are not only banned but also very dangerous and irresponsible, as we are in a new wave of the epidemic, with an even more dangerous variant of the coronavirus.
Several well-known and controversial faces were gathered among the protesters, such as the old acquaintance of the police, Anis Ličina, the passionate fan of the red star, Igor Bricelj, and the troubled rapper Zlatan Čordić Zlatko. It was the latter that upset people with a very unusual performance, which also bothered many Christians.
He eased his soul by knocking on the door of the National Assembly
Čordić came to the door of the temple of democracy accompanied by a crowd of protesters, carrying a large wooden cross, saying that “he is carrying his own cross,” even though he is Muslim, not Christian, and well-informed sources even claim that Zlatko has been associated with very extreme Islamists. Čordič wanted to knock on the door of the National Assembly; however, the police would not let him – he was only allowed to knock after he put the cross on the ground. After he eased his soul by knocking on the door, he put the cross back onto his shoulders and set out in search of new challenges.