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“This is all the diversity we need in Europe” This was a statement that was not even his, which is why Žan Mahnič was labelled a racist on 24ur!

By: Aleš Ernecl

The cooperative opposition has found a new scapegoat through which, with the help of the mainstream media, beggars for political points are stupid and disgraced. Now they have pulled out their traditional map of the fight against racism from the sleeve and attacked the SDS MP and State Secretary, Žan Mahnič. An SDS member was attacked on 24ur for posting a tweet in which four beauties posed with the caption “This is all the diversity we need in Europe.” Below the picture of each of the four women is the inscription “European”.

In the past, Žan Mahnič has been a frequent target of left-wing media “spin doctors”. This time he was approached because he was allegedly a racist. In one of the main mainstream media, Pop TV, they even made an effort to weave a completely constructed story of Slovenian citizen Kim Camara, who originates from Sierra Leone, around the story of Mahnič’s tweets.

She is a woman who has been used by the left-wing media for some time to promote the immigration of blacks to Slovenia and attacks on alleged Slovenian racism. Mladina, an extreme left-wing media outlet, published a classic example of an article about manipulation about her in June, in which Camara explains that every third Slovene tells her something racist. Apparently a woman pulled out of mothballs for such cases.

In this 24ur article, Camara is used to create the impression that Mahnič’s tweet personally affected a black person, even though it is neither Mahnič’s statement nor any attack on blacks, people with fringe, or Sierra Leoneans.

Fajon and Camara don’t know what racism is

At 24ur, Mahnič was attacked for a tweet that was not his authorship. Mahnič merely shared the “controversial tweet”. The tweet says “this is all the diversity we need in Europe.” Next to it is a photo of four women. The “controversial” tweet can be found above. That didn’t stop 24ur from lying outright in their post. The tweet was presented as the work of Žan Mahnič, which is even worse, and with a photomontage they covered up the fact that it was not Mahnič’s tweet.

It was only in the 49th second that they showed a tweet on 24ur, which was not a photomontage, published by Mahnič and written below in a big red frame: “MAHNIČ SPREAD A RACIST MESSAGE”. The question on the spot is where they found racism on the 24ur, but if as they themselves presented the tweet there is talk of different hair colours.

The aforementioned Camara, said that this is of course a kind of racism. Camara is said to have known that Mahnič wanted to say that only whites belong to Europe and that the other race does not belong here. That she felt offended because she lived in the country where she grew up. First of all, it is not true that it is racism. Racism is, if we disregard the Marxist entanglements of definitions, hatred of another race. Where did Mahnič express here that he hates anyone? No, he did not.

Due to the controversial tweet, SD president Tanja Fajon also attacked Mahnič, writing that “Žan Mahnič is primarily a disease symptom of the ruling coalition. These base, insulting, hostile communications.” At the very least, I would expect his resignation, but most of all, an apology.

https://twitter.com/ZanMahnic/status/1328661234204467202

The claim made by Mahnič did not cover people like Camara. If anything, the tweet problematised the pseudo-humanist puff that comes to us from the US, which is a living experiment in how variety and diversity do not enrich, but merely cause destruction. With this puff, Europeans are also trying to impose immigrants from all over the world, saying that they are not human if they do not accept them, saying that they are impatient if they do not accept them. In that context, his argument must be read. As a cynical remark to violent and manipulative globalism, which, under the guise of humanism, brings short-term joy and happiness only to the beneficiaries. And Fajon is the voice of Brussels and other world beneficiaries, even though she presents herself as a voice of “people”.

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