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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Toothpaste eaters

By: Jože Biščak

Do you also feel uncomfortable and weird watching mind and common-sense die? How do the dominant media overwhelm us with stupidity, and milk-toothed non-governmental are being smart-arses? A thick shield around a man is needed to fend off this. Listen carefully to what they are saying. They point the finger at the centre-right government and claim: our democracy is under threat, our media are under attack, our rule of law is under attack, our people are being destroyed, our RTV Slovenia is being destroyed, our NGOs are not funded enough, the streets are ours. This is the least unusual use of the possessive pronoun, which, however, expresses the actual nature of the left – possessiveness. And when the word applies to the rules of the game, it turns out that hypocrisy is a leftist long-standing fashion command: the rules are for yours, not ours. They deserve the Museum of the Art of Hypocrisy, so much of this has been accumulated.

It is the same with left-wing political parties that have the opportunity to cross the electoral threshold. Only so much has changed that the lead has been taken by Golob, the other four are squeezed into a corner. And when a man is squeezed into a corner, he does desperate, crazy things. A freedom-loving man should be honestly afraid if these individuals were to seize power: a showdown with anyone who in any way cooperated with the centre-right government; a ban on publishing or broadcasting right-wing media; repeal of all laws and regulations adopted by the Janša government. The latter means that people will have to return the money. The hunt for conservative thinkers is therefore open. This is their programme. They promise nothing but brutal “denazification” on Putin’s model; therefore, the part of the public that will not accept their authority should be feared. The striking fist is on the ground all the time. Friday’s cyclists and feminists from the March 8 Institute are exactly that. And before you even realise what is going on, the collapse will begin. Even Kučan, who shyly hid in the shadows and occasionally peeked out, no longer does so. The main puppeteer from Murgle addressed them last Friday, saying that democracy needs to be restored. Whose? Ours, of course.

Even the media mainstream has finally shed its mask. Long-standing mutual affections with left-wing ideology and politics no longer hide their independence and neutrality at all, as they have clearly shown on national television. This is certainly a turning point in the way politics is treated in the media: now they are open animators and the biggest eaters of socialist toothpaste, adapting journalistic genres to the needs of political correctness. They hide their innate bias behind attacks on increasingly influential media at the right-wing ideological pole. These are obviously becoming very big clogs for them in spreading their propaganda. “Poor me,” they say, pointing not only to the political right, but also to a large part of the (until recently gullible) public who simply no longer trust them. At least half of the nation is now evil to them. But when our people are in power, they will settle accounts with everyone and everyone will love the flower language again, right?

If we do not have the lizard brain, we know where it leads, we have experienced it before: an attempt to cleanse different groups and worldviews that resist collective subordination and threaten the community. So, pay attention to how the left, with its emotional images and trembling voice, explains that “with the new social agreement (…), they will fight for freedom until the final victory”. And that the only right path is theirs or none at all, they say with an obsessive rush to stuff the victim’s face. Yes, the cult of the left is ideological unity and purity, there are no alternatives, anyone who thinks differently will be branded and removed as dangerous to the collective. They promise that they will therefore demolish everything that the centre-right government has built. This showdown is the only thing the left thinks sincerely. With a lack of smarter and more serious work where you must roll up your sleeves, everything else is a dangerous cookbook of utopian ideas and voyeuristic criticism.

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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