Croatia’s UN Secretary General Candidate Vesna Pusic – Trampling On Human Rights

  What a miserable wretch! She actually thinks her persona is the same as the country of Croatia! That she is Croatia! The world’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders has yet to classify this delusion, as far as I am aware!   Reacting to criticisms from Croatia regarding her unsuitability as candidate for […]

Race For UN Secretary General Drenched By Former Yugoslavia

The UN Secretary General candidature basket seems to be overflowing with candidates from most states of former Yugoslavia (that communist contraption that broke apart in 1990’s) – five (out of six), in fact: Danilo Turk, former President of Slovenia and former UN Assistant Secretary General; Igor Luksic, Montenegro’s Foreign Minister; Vesna Pusic, former Minister of […]

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