Video: Slovak Prime Minister Predicted Assassination Attempt Just A Month Ago


by Paul Joseph Watson, Summit News:

Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico, who was shot five times earlier this week in an assassination attempt, predicted that such an incident would happen just last month.

As Remix News points out, Fico warned that political polarisation in Slovakia had escalated to a point that could result in the murder of a leading government politician.


During the recorded message, The prime minister blamed the media for “amplifying” the situation, charging that it has spurred “progressive voters” to engage in “vulgar and aggressive” behaviour that could lead to violence against politicians.

“I am not exaggerating by a millimeter,” Fico declared in the video.

The Slovakian government has blasted the opposition and left-wing media, with Ľuboš Blaha, the deputy speaker of the Slovak parliament urging “You have made us all targets.”

“You have spread a haunting hatred for years. You hated that people elected us so much that you went after us like wild animals. These are the fruits of your labor. The prime minister is fighting for his life because of you,” Blaha further asserted.

The country’s interior minister, Matúš Šutaj Eštok also slammed the media, stating “I am asking all of you to stop piling on the attacks and expressions of hatred that are directed at one political camp or another. From what was unleashed and many of you sowed, a storm arose today. And we are slowly standing on the threshold of civil war.”

The gunman was identified as a far left-wing activist named Juraj Cintula who is a member of the pro-West and socially liberal “Progressive Slovakia” party. A video of him after the shooting reportedly shows Cintula complaining about government policies.

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