By: Jože Biščak
Alem Maksuti is a kind of Slovenian Raj Patel. Or vice versa. It does not even matter. He likes to lecture to Slovenes how to live in our country, what we can do and what we should not do. He spits on everything that just smells of nationally conscious, indigenous culture, and tradition. “The best thing a man can do for the homeland is to give it up,” he wrote on the social network Twitter. The choice of his words is also appropriate. “C*nt” or “f*ck off” are his constants, only he does not use asterisks as decent people do. That is understandable. The DNA south of the Kolpa leaves its mark. And he probably cannot help himself.
It is incomprehensible that the national television presents Maksuti as a credible analyst, and devotes enviable minutes to him for sowing hatred towards Slovenia. The “Slovenian” recently described the war of independence as an act of terrorism, the independence fighters as terrorists. For him, beef soup, strukelj, and traditional folk music are fascist and imbecile patriotic symbols. With reputable television networks, such a person would not even get to the doorman. But TV Slovenia is not reputable, so you can see everything possible on its programmes. In addition to many apologists for the culture of revocation, the modern fashion trend of the left, also Maksuti.
Obviously, the time is not far when potica, a traditional festive Slovenian dessert, will be marked as xenophobic, almost racist. Given that the reports on potica (povitica) date back to the Middle Ages, this is another proof of its dark past for the progressives, with which it is necessary to settle accounts definitively. Like the aforementioned Raj Patel, who is not from the US by birth, a country that hospitably welcomed him among them, and would preach to Americans about apple pie, this iconic dish beyond the puddle. As a real progressive demagogue, who must be called a “scholar,” he set out to eliminate, within the rotten brains of social justice, the devil’s injustices and described the pie as a remnant of colonialism, an oppressive tool of Western civilization. Not only that. A pie is racist, telling the story of the oppressive nature of the white race. For Raj, who is of Indian descent, it represents a prime example of “injustice in food”. And the apple tree that bears the apple? Ah, this is just a source of evil. The tree is a sign of occupation, not healthy food, he believes. “Noble savages” were forced, idyllic tribes were enslaved by apple trees. The delusions of a tanned Raj in the left wing Guardian are dead serious. When it comes to fighting the world against such an “oppressive tool of Christian civilisation” as apple and apple pie, laughter disappears from the face. No, injustices must be removed, the tyranny of the white man must be suppressed, even if all the apple trees have to be cut down, right?
In fact, it is already hard to keep track of everything they come up with. They are so quick in their progressive dogma, that they literally find a new enemy every day, who they blame for everything that comes to their mind at a given moment based on abstract concepts. They are not picky with their supporters either. At the last Friday’s “protest”, well-meaning people were able to observe with horror that potential terrorists had joined the classic criminals in the “fight against the government”. One cannot believe how many Palestinians are suddenly in Slovenia.
It was almost like in the middle of a Hamas brood in Gaza. It has become clear that Hamas is not a rebel Palestinian movement, but a killing machine that wants the complete domination of Islam, which is also being rapidly exported to Europe.
I do not know how it is with you and what you think, but I am very worried that the time is not far when these people, following the dictates of the tops of terrorist organisations, will pull Kalashnikovs and start shooting in our homeland as well. And people such as Jaša, Tea, Branimir, or Zlatko will have this to exterminate fascism, which is shown to them at ever shorter intervals. You, along with the media mainstream, are publicly accused and branded for any deviation from their intentions. But do not be afraid of the bad words of bad people. Be bold in witnessing what is dear to you.
Jože Biščak is the editor-in-chief of the weekly Demokracija, a long-term investigative journalist, and since 2020 also the president of the Slovenian Association of Patriotic Journalists and the author of three books.