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(VIDEO) Left-wing extremist Jašar threatens Slovenian police officers: “When it bursts, you better stay cops at home, because nothing will stop us. You are too small, to handle us.”

“When it bursts, the cops better to stay at home, because nothing will stop us,” Sanjin Jašar, a left-wing extremist and drug producer and dealer, wrote on the social network Facebook.

Many threats to the right-centre government of Janez Janša to “hit the streets” after the end of the health crisis (you can watch the video HERE), went left-wing activist Jašar even a step further. So much, so that he was reported to police by Božidar Novak.

Jašar told the police: “When it bursts, the cops better to stay at home, because nothing will stop us. Stay with your families and let the people do their thing. You are too small, to handle us. This is not year 2012, but year 2020. And left and right and centre, after 30 years, we will stand together again and sweep with all of you.”

Shortly afterwards, he announced also that he would violate a partial ban on cross-border commuting:

“ARE YOU FOR ACTION?

I am going to drive out of the county this weekend and photoshoot cops, if they stop me, I will tell them what is waiting for them soon and I will put the footage on FB and Youtube. I am so experienced in this, that they can only pray to God not to stop me. All you have to do is, pay off the potential penalties, if any. What do you say?”

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