Saturday, September 25, 2021

YUGO FUHRER BORUT PAHOR'S PRIVATE YUGO MEDIA KNOWN AS "DELO" NEWSPAPER REPORTS: Pahor at the UN: "The culture of dialogue has fallen dangerously"

Borut Pahor's sense for dialogue came with preliminary attack on me that consequently left be nerve wracked even today two days latter when writing this.

From United Nations where Borut Pahor(Milan Kučan) have magically appeared on day after attack and where UDBA assassin now talks about dialogue rather than his whereabouts during his 27 year MK Ultra torture whereabouts which ruined my life for good. Two weeks after Serbian chetnik Aleksandar Vucic who had few days earlier visit from Angela Merkel calls basically for new Balkan war - Pahor now cries for help in front of UN accents what he refers to as "importance of working together"

His methods of "dialogue", however, indifferent from Lukashenko and just one week earlier one met with Ursula von der Leyen - main Angela Merkel's ally who assisted Lukashenko with war on Belarus population. Idea for war on Belarus population on hos its done, however, was created as Ursula von der Leyen stated me through my case during which psychiatric Ljubljana Polje along police and judicial system RUN FOR LIFE EXPULSIONS FROM SLOVENIA commended in 2008. Repeated in 2017 and again in 2018. Manial bestiality of psychiatric Ljubljana Polje upgraded violence against me since return from Poland into pain causing radiation procedures along what I should be my identifying "to obtain physical proofs about MK Ultra" even via car purchases open fields of torture all over Slovenia.   

Pahor at the UN: "The culture of dialogue has fallen dangerously"

During his speech in New York, the President emphasized the importance of working together to address the greatest common challenges.

On the fourth day of the general debate, which is taking place as part of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Slovenian President Borut Pahor also addressed the delegates at the Palace of Peace. In his speech, he focused on three topics that other leaders in New York City paid close attention to: the covida-19 pandemic, climate change, and security and peace.

But even before touching on each of these challenges, the President of the Republic pointed out the importance of dialogue in resolving common problems. "We have a historic opportunity to tackle change in a way that will benefit all of humanity," Pahor said. But the condition for this, according to him, is insistence on dialogue, "especially with those with whom we do not agree."

"The culture of dialogue has declined dangerously," stressed the President of the Republic, who pointed out the growth of offensive, intolerant and hate speech as a problem. "We must do everything in our power to emphasize respect for and appease different opinions."

The importance of finding a common language with like-minded people was also pointed out by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who stepped on the podium just in front of his Slovenian counterpart. But the main difference between their two emphases was that Pahor's introductory words could be understood not only in an international but also in a domestic political context.

Borut Pahor's private YUGO dialogue means used in process which ruined me via firms acts of genocide 27 years of life.
Serbian elite CHETNIK battalion station in Slovenia 

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