By: Jože Biščak
The small size and limitations shown by the mainstream media in reporting and commenting on the Bled Strategic Forum are shocking, but not surprising. Minimising and trivialising the event, which exceeded all expectations and showed that many leaders of the participating countries cared deeply about Europe, was taken to extremes in a hair-splitting search for criticism and pathological hatred of Janez Janša; a few left wing lunatics on Bled Island, who unfurled a flag on the steps below the Church of the Mother of God and protested against alleged fascism in Slovenia, were presented as the highlight of the forum.
Many important and ground-breaking things were happening. The media mainstream has either deliberately ignored them or exposed people who have lamented the fact that Europe does not want to accept the thousands of Afghans who leave their wives and children at home and flee instead of fighting the Taliban dictatorship. And of course, the rule of law in Slovenia was also a popular “eternal” topic of leftists. All spiced up with an alleged avalanche of European criticism of Aleš Hojs, who reiterated in Brussels that the EU will not open humanitarian corridors and will not grant asylum to Afghans right on the assembly line. This was also supported in a joint statement by the interior ministers, but the focus of the MSM was on the left wing debates in the European Parliament, and their star was Malin Björk, a member of the European left who wore a “I feel Slovenia” T-shirt. This was an unprecedented disgrace, an unworthy gesture by an MEP, which leftists in these places presented as a concern for Slovenia.
No worries. Slovenia is in good shape, economically it is among the fastest recovering EU countries. Vaccination coverage is not as high as we would like, but if a person does not get vaccinated solely because of opposition to the center-right government (and this is presented to the public as an expression of distrust in the government), s/he really is not in his/her right mind. What does the government have to do with the vaccine? It was not made by it, it was made by top scientists and it is almost a miracle. So why would they be against it? Therefore, compared to anti-government rebels, even classic anti-vaccinators, who are afraid of inserting chips into the body with a needle, work incredibly intelligently. One has to agree with Albert Einstein that only the universe and stupidity are infinite, wherein he was not entirely convinced that the universe is infinite.
We no longer need hanging conspiracies at all, the latest fashion trend of leftists is stupidity, which is the result of many years of indoctrination (in the education system) and is gaining new meaning. Until now, even fools seemed to be aware of some universal rational facts not to get around every logical thing. But as it turns out, over the years, these people have developed a (special) personal system, a way of thinking that follows the logic of the instructions for assembling car models. American publicist and writer J. R. Dunn says this is due to a “perpendicular view of the world” that works on the principle of autopilot and does what it is instructed to do.
Leftists always find a reason for their destructive actions. First they start a fire, cause damage, say with familiar grimaces that there was a reason why they did it. There are thousands of reasons. If nothing else, they resort to the fight against racism. The most important thing is to literally invent a reason. They follow this, not a rational explanation. The only difference is in scale, says Dunn, and he asks, “If one abnormality is bad enough, consider what a platoon or battalion can do?” Everyone would have their reasons: this is the only thing that matters to them, and they follow this concept to the end (along with the media mainstream) regardless of the consequences. Any destruction goes in favour of the progressive movement; even the dead due to the Chinese virus are a justifiable reason for them to sabotage government measures, let alone to shame Slovenia before the world.
Worried and stunned puppets who are working to take the world to a better tomorrow are just – puppets. But dangerous. In the end, they are responsible for the damage they cause, so they need to be stopped in some way so that we do not one day helplessly watch rivers of blood from the banks.
Jože Biščak is the editor-in-chief of the weekly Demokracija, a long-term investigative journalist, and since 2020 also the president of the Slovenian Association of Patriotic Journalists and the author of three books.