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Monday, October 3, 2022

Luke Mesec’s worn-out clothes in the attic

By: Jože Biščak

Then there is Luka Mesec, the paradoxical idol of young people who cry at night that they missed the generation 68. All together, they only know about what happened half a century ago, what the revolutionaries of that time told them drunkenly. That it was nice. That they were a collective. That they wanted more socialism. That in the morning they were looking for panties in the bushes. That they enthroned solo women. That they broke all the norms. That there was freedom for all. Unfortunately for them, the Berlin Wall fell, so they turned to Nietzsche, whom they never liked. But in an emergency, you can be even satisfied with something worse. They wanted to have something, but they did not get it. And if they have nothing, nobody in the world will have anything. Even the Fotopub, a disguised memory of their heroics, where they raised their young, has now failed them.

Mesec seems to have internalised all of this. His youth spent among artists and activist intellectuals made him a postmodern communist. The idea that there are no rules and that everything is allowed, and if there are norms, we adjust them to our advantage, is far more destructive than any socialist dictatorship in the 20th century. What his party is doing in the Ministries of Culture and Labour is a recipe for dismantling everything that is working and well. Yes, Stalin, Lenin, Broz, and Ceaușescu must feel like worn-out clothes in a termite-infested attic closet.

Mesec’s tribute to Mencinger is a clear sign of which way the wind blows, the promise of distributing aid for the crisis (which was cooked up precisely by 24/7 watermelon politics) is, as a rule, for his friends, invisible power structures and servile entrepreneurs, it is an unprecedented excess, which will not bring victory to Slovenia. Maybe he acts like this precisely because he hates winners. He and his ideological ancestors are the losers of history. That is why they hate the winners, even the most hardworking and innovative entrepreneurs, to whom the free market and free-thinking logic brought them prosperity. They know that well. And they hate to know it. That is why they also hate themselves. Such people destroy. They are dangerous. One of them is Luka Mesec. A minister.

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