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Tuesday, August 9, 2022

The impact of rivets on everyone’s life

By: Jože Biščak

Since the dominant media and their guild associations are nothing but a propaganda machine for demonising the right and hiding (or relativising) the rogueries of the left, it is difficult for average educated readers and viewers to get an honest insight into Slovenian politics and society in general. Especially before the elections, when the spilling of doses of toxic concentrate over everyone who is not visually close to each other follow with lightning speed. That they are right is confirmed by falsified opinion polls, which say that the public thinks so too. That handful of media and journalists who do not follow their scams are lonely, outcast and threatened in the sense: “Fu*k, there are more of us than them, there are only a handful of them, and we know exactly who they are.”

More direct threats that the days are numbered for those who are not with them, in one way or another, would be difficult to utter. But because leftists, who still control just about every subsystem in the country, are allowed to threaten, nothing has happened to anyone. Even with the gruesome announcement of Robert Golob, the main candidate of the deep state against the conservative leader Janez Janša, who described in detail how they will deal with ideological opponents in a Putin-like way, despite all written and unwritten rules, no one stumbled. Moreover, he reaps the enthusiasm of his pals and supporters and, as a guest of honour, invites the sexual predator and corruption-prone Ljubljana Mayor Zoran Janković, for whom court documents and evidence are miraculously disappearing or being destroyed.

The most eminent minds of classical liberalism of the 20th century drew attention to the abuse of the judiciary, which can become the main destroyer of freedom and democracy through ideological interpretation of laws. We have witnessed this in these places for three quarters of a century, and there is no sign of any fundamental reform on the horizon: the judiciary has become an army of crippled minds, not to endanger their existence, the media throws the villains out of the background. It is no coincidence that they wanted to arrest journalist and editor Bojan Požar before the election, to heat up the affairs of Janez Janša (this has been happening to him before the election for several consecutive elections) and to start a process against the conservative magazine Demokracija.

The abuse of justice in the present by the standards of the past, of course, has its roots. Even before independence, a little-known survey showed what they are, finding that as many as 80 percent of judges emphasise “the great importance of the socialist society’s moral principles for judicial decision-making” and that “the avant-garde role of the League of Communists is at the forefront”. Needless to say, the vast majority of judges were members of the Communist Party. Although very important for understanding judgments, this has never been shouted from the rooftops, much less interrupted by lustration. Overnight, the totalitarian judiciary put on the mask of a defender of the rule of law in a (at least declarative level) democratic state. At least one generation will be needed to change and normalise at least a little.

I only hope that enough Slovenes are aware of this, so that they do not fall prey to the campaign of the radical left, which openly hates mental difference, which violates the standards of dignity and morality, which subjugates the subsystems. And it is tragic how many young people who grew up in independent Slovenia do not understand and do not appreciate the real blessing of having their own country, but want a new experiment in human governance, which the former regime certainly did and still does it through parallel mechanisms under the guise of Soros’s liberal democracy.

The Airbus 380 consists of about four million parts. If they do not work synchronously and correctly, if the parts are not well made, a single defect can cause a whole range of inconveniences – from minor inconveniences to disaster. Slovenian democracy has several broken parts, the deep state prevents them from being replaced and that power is decided in fair elections. It wants to have the influence to decide on this on the street by bicycle, in courtrooms with mounted trials or in a café at Koseški bajer. Therefore, such a decline in public confidence in democratic processes and institutions, which can destroy everything due to the persecution of the media mainstream. Life too. As a small, poorly made, or mounted rivet can crash an airplane.

Jože Biščak is the editor-in-chief of the conservative magazine Demokracija, president of the Slovenian Association of Patriotic Journalists and author of the books Zgodbe iz Kavarne Hayek, Zapisi konservativnega liberalca, and Potovati z Orwellom.

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