When I look at Slovenia I see a country without a vision. Without imagination what would make the country something special. What would put it on the map. I see many great individuals with great ideas doing great things. But as a country? A small country lost somewhere in the middle of the Europe, without its own path, just following and responding to internal and external pressures. Not really in control of its own future.
Maybe it is because our politicians are corrupt, but maybe it is also because we don’t really want to change things. We don’t aim for some bright future, but would just like that it is “good enough”. We just want to survive. We don’t see the country as something which is ours and over which we have some control and which we can improve and improve until it shines.
So how do you want to see Slovenia in 21st century? For what it should be known? What should be those ways which would bring prosperity to it? We should do new things for that, as a country, we cannot just replicate others.
Article about the Exposer project in Dnevnik, Slovenian daily newspaper. It is described as a web portal which brings demonstrations closer to the people, as a way for those who are otherwise not using social networks to see what is happening there.
Presentation of the Exposer project in Mladina, a weekly Slovenian newspaper, describing it as a place to learn everything about demonstrations in Slovenia.
Interview with me about ongoing demonstrations against corrupt government officials in Slovenia in most-read and quite a bit yellowish Slovenian daily newspaper.