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Culibrk: Attacks Against Journalists Reveal an Abnormal Serbia

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Archive / News | 31.07.23 | access_time 15:58

Milan Culibrk (Photo:PrintScreen YouTube)

The editor-in-chief of the NIN magazine, Milan Culibrk, said on July 31 that targeting professional journalists had become commonplace, and another proof that we were living in an abnormal country.

Culibrk said for BETA that anyone saying anything that the people in power did not like, would be declared a foreign mercenary or a local traitor, wishing ill upon their own people and the state.

“Unlike the people in power though, we want what’s best for the people and the state. The authorities are working to make things worse and worse. It’s a classic fallacy, used to divert attention from the bad things happening to us every day,” Culibrk explained.

The NIN editor warned that the videos targeting journalists threatened their safety, because someone may accept the false accusations against journalist as true, “and problems may occure.”

Three days ago a video was posted on social networks against N1, Nova S, Danas and Insajder journalists, explaining that their mission was to “destroy completely Serbian culture and Orthodoxy in Serbia,” and that foreign money had been used to support the mission.


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