Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights (with communist roots) Dunja Mijatovic has joined forces with Islamists, but today she supports illegal migration and speaks about media freedom

Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights (with communist roots) Dunja Mijatovic Photo: Gunnar Vrang / Wikipedia Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights (with communist roots) Dunja Mijatovic Photo: Gunnar Vrang / Wikipedia

Last Friday, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatovic described Slovenia as one of the countries where there is pressure on journalists and unacceptable interference with the public's right to information. Slovenia thus found itself in an infamous society - in a group of countries with Hungary, Russia, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Romania, Azerbaijan and some others.

Of course, this is complete nonsense, because in our country the journalists of the dominant left-wing media mostly put pressure on the government with the help of the national RTV Slovenia and with the help of lies and manipulations (an example is the show Tarča) they carry out a real media pogrom over the government. Not to mention left-wing bulletins, such as Mladina magazine ...

And who is Dunja Mijatovic? She is the daughter of Tatjana Ljujic Mijatovic, who was the Serbian representative in the Presidency of BiH from 1992 to 1996. She was enthroned by Alija Izetbegovic. In 1993, she was BiH Ambassador to the UN and Deputy President of the Sarajevo City Council, as well as Deputy President of the Education Council at the Federal Ministry of Education in Sarajevo.

It's interesting that Tatjana Ljujic Mijatovic is a member of the Serbian Civil Council in BiH, for which the head of the team for coordinating investigations of war crimes and missing civilians of the Republic of Serbia, Stasa Kosarac, stated that it could not speak on behalf of the Serbian nation because it never condemned crimes against Serbian civilians.

He also mentioned that people around this council spent the entire war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the service of Alija Izetbegovic, so it can be said that her status among Serbs is similar to the status of Zeljko Komšič among Croats. That is to say, they are essentially left-wing traitors of both Serbian and Croatian national interests, working in the interests of the Muslim majority in BiH.

Dunja Mijatovic's grandfather was a high-ranking commander in the partisan communist movement during the Second World War.

At the age of 34, Dunja Mijatovic established the Communications Regulatory Agency in BiH. In 1987, she completed her postgraduate studies in Sarajevo, after which she received a master's degree in European studies from the University of Sarajevo, Sussex, Bologna and the London School of Economics.

Already in 1998, she was one of the founders of the Communications Regulatory Agency in BiH, and in 2015 she received the Charlemagne Medal, which »recognizes the contribution of a person in the media in the process of European integration and development of European identity«.

At the beginning of 2018, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe elected Dunja Mijatovic as the new Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights as the candidate of BiH.

She took over the position on April 1st 2018. At that time, the Slovenian Minister of Justice Goran Klemencic also unsuccessfully ran for the position ...

Experts on the situation say that Dunja Mijatovic works in the interest of left-wing organizations that support the multicultural destruction of Europe and the so-called open society advocated by the notorious American billionaire George Soros.

Therefore we shouldn't be surprised when she strives so much for illegal migrants and attacks some European governments that are strongly opposed to illegal migration.

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