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Monday, August 8, 2022

(Letters – from victory to victory) Slovenes in wonderland

By: Vinko Vasle

Last Thursday, a large crowd of Slovenes celebrated a day of great thanks in memory of January 27th, 2020, when Marjan Šarec resigned and when not only the citizens but also his coalition partners took a break. They then reunited – in the KUL coalition, because now they are united, full of love and can no longer afford to fight, because there is dictatorship and fascism in the country.

Only a few months have passed and a few days ago we experienced the first big clash in the unified KUL, when the Levica party and Alenka Bratušek’s party insulted each other for several hours in parliament, with Nataša Sukić and Marko Bandelli being the most active. On both sides, they shouted for the chairman to protect their integrity, which they did not have anyway. And the young hopes of the party of proud successors of the Communists made sure that everything smelled very bad after the war in KUL, not only after the schism. They used photoshop to draw Golob’s hair on Šarec’s face and wrote – a new face, a new disappointment. After the intervention of a small evil communist from Murgle, the tweet had to be withdrawn. But that was not all. Tanja Fajon continued the war with Robert Golob by bringing in a man of ethical economics, Sandi Češko, as the party’s economic chief. This ethical entrepreneur, who owns a firm in a tax haven, for example, fired an entire call centre because they wanted to get organised, and got rich with the help of a brothel and a top shop. Češko immediately justified his position with the Social Democrats when he said that it is difficult to say that Golob is a successful entrepreneur because he was at the head of a monopoly firm.

Of course, immediately came the voice of the little evil, who commanded that the arrival of Robert Golob into politics should be understood as an opportunity and not as a competition. In KUL, they immediately knelt before the great leader of the Udba and the Party and invited Golob to an introductory meeting. Little evil with a 5,600 euros pension is advocating for a big bluffer with 48,000 euros. His award for excellent work is 800 thousand euros. The success of the great manager is also reflected in the fact that he bought a kilowatt hour from the nuclear power plant in Krško for 26 euros and sold it at a market price of 200 euros under the slogan “cheap energy”. However, it is not yet clear who enabled him to conclude such a criminal contract with the state nuclear power plant. Someone should sit here for a while.

In the land of fascists

That we live in a wonderland is also witnessed by the Golob’s congress, which was held in complete secrecy. The secret congress of the party of the Chairman of the Parliament Igor Zorčič also testifies that there is little fascism in the country. From here to secret candidates in elections, secret governments if they win, and secret prisons are not far away. In wonderland, Urška Klakočar Zupančič became the vice-president of his Freedom Movement party, who, as a judge insulted Janez Janša with dictator and a frustrated person with a criminal past, whereas at the congress she spoke at length about respect, freedom, and democracy. The name of Golob’s party also fits – in a country where more than a third of the fascists are, as Golob claims, liberation is needed. It is suspected that his congress never happened as there was no members that could take valid decisions.

Gregor Perič, MP, posted about freedom of insulting and discrediting while stating untruths on the networks of March 8, where he was insulted with a pile of shit, a leech, a cunt, a scoundrel, and a thief. In accordance with the great moral and ethical attitude of the March 8 Institute and its director Nika Kovač, its message must also be understood: “Sometimes we are like a bull. We see the target and run.” Now, I am the target with a satirical verse about fucking. I look forward to it.

  1. S. In the wonderland, the diploma of the Supreme Judge Branko Masleša also emerged like a phoenix from the ashes. It was maliciously added that if you go to Sarajevo for čevapi, you also get a diploma. He will sue nearly 190 of those who have and still doubt his degree.
  2. S. S. After the visit of Putin’s prosecutors, Chief Prosecutor Drago Šketa went on a special tour to European prosecutors and lied there. It would be weird if he did not.

Vinko Vasle is a long-time journalist, publicist, satirist, and writer.

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