Writes: Miodrag Zivkovic
“Our” Venerable Prime Minister had a long interview on his regime television last night. It was sad to watch and listen to it, because he looked more like a lost reality star (cooperative or a crazy house) than a politician who decides the fate of a country and its citizens.
Lost in time and space, lost between desires and possibilities, between faith and politics, he showed all the depth and essence of the agony that this country is experiencing with him and his malice, irresponsible and frivolous company.
It was clear to anyone who wanted to see that this country with this kind of a government does not go forward, but dangerously backward. In half a year of rule, our crisis deepened, and stagnation and decay accelerated.
Crucified between the church and the state on the one hand and desires and possibilities on the other, he showed that they are tied in a knot that is no longer impossible to untie.
From the very beginning, it was clear that in that government, “it was not known who drank and who paid”, and now it is clearer that the state and citizens pay their bills.
We saw last night that this kind of a government can neither be reset nor recycled, unfortunately for all its mentors. Attempts to start from scratch with or without Krivokapic, with new-old politicians who would “refresh” it with their clerical chauvinism, are less and less realistic and not far from utopia.
The helplessness that the Prime Minister demonstrated in every respect last night, trying to package it with personal innocence and ignorance, should have caused regret in the viewers.
Let those who devised this dangerous and malicious plan mourn, let all those who supported it and still support it mourn, because this bestiality must have its quick end, and not any new beginning and continuation of this evil that has befallen us.
And in the end, who knows how many times we realized that there are no fools, like educated people.