Nowadays, the Slovenian leftists are talking nonsense. They say that the current Slovenian Armed Forces carries on the tradition of the Slovenian Territorial Defense, established in 1968, as if the Slovene Bolsheviks were already preparing the inception of the Slovenian army for when independence would take place.
When “that time” actually came, however, the communists began to disarm it, while their soon-to-be Deep State boss, spread the news that an independent Slovenia was not intimately his option. The leftists do not lack imagination in creating a lie for their daily political goals. A few years ago, during the traditional days of raving at the festivity for the reds in Dražgoše, someone screamed that they, the “reds” liberated Slovenia first in 1945 and then again in 1991. In 1945, they took power and ruled practically until 1991, then freed us again, from themselves. This statement, in my opinion, exceeds the area of lies and passes into that of psychiatry. Another false myth is the one about the Partisans being the Slovenian army. When in fact, in a few months’ time, their beloved Marshal sent them the Montenegrin communist Pero Popivoda (an elusive Stalinist who had been taken to Moscow during the Informbiro period) to take over the actual command of the Slovenian partisans. It was this “Slovenian army” that began to break apart on its own right after the end of the war, lingering only a while longer in the first post-war weeks to slaughter several Slovenians, more than the invaders have during the entire war.
To conceal these awkward facts, the reds invented a new myth about the devoted and honest partisans. However, every small partisan unit had, from the beginning to the end of the war, a communist politician with regular obligatory political classes. They were the ones that discussed the eradication of “anti-national elements” and the expropriation of “capitalists and kulaks”. Given the countless practical examples of these eradications and expropriations that occurred during the war, only complete retards could be “misled” into believing otherwise. The honest partisans could not have existed at all because any honest man would have abandoned a murderous gang.