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Milan Kučan disgustingly insulted Dražgoše for his red orgy against the current government and explained who are the undesirables

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Milan Kučan in Dražgoše. (Photo: Daniel Novaković / STA)

By: Sara Kovač / Nova24tv

According to the 24ur portal, former President of the Republic Milan Kučan, as the keynote speaker at the ceremony marking the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Dražgoše, took the opportunity to “comment very critically on the government’s actions”. Kučan also found it controversial that during the 30th anniversary celebrations we listen to the bookkeeping list of the government’s achievements. Apparently, however, he did not find it disputable that he was masturbating at the grave on the topic of political divisions and overthrowing the current government – in order to return his people to power, he literally goes through corpses. In Dražgoše, according to STA, around 1,500 people listened to Kučan, who attended the ceremony despite the epidemiological situation – the organiser was expected to provide a maximum of 750 seats, but many were also outside the event space.

“It is necessary to say where the disintegration of the constitutional order, attempts to rule by decrees, circumvention of laws, attacks on the judiciary, prosecutor’s office and freedom of the press can lead,” Milan Kučan said in Dražgoše. “Today’s images of fascism are not the same as those of half-past history. But the starting points are the same,” he added, according to 24ur’s reporting. He also warned that the upcoming elections are the only democratic means of changing power. By the way, he also mentioned that war is an evil against humanity, which is why working for peace is so very valuable. But it was not noticed that he himself contributed to the peace. He is, of course, convinced that our people are divided mainly by the “ruthless display of power of the current authorities, which systematically introduces new divisions into people’s lives.”

Kučan explained which part of the Slovenes should be exterminated this time

It is known that the anniversary of the Battle of Dražgoše is used and abused every year as a platform for political propaganda of the left political pole. This is clear even to some on the left – the Socialist Party of Slovenia did not attend the ceremony for this very reason. However, the ceremony was attended by the President of the Republic Borut Pahor, the President of the National Assembly Igor Zorčič and the SD delegation with Matjaž Nemec. Of course, SAB MP Marko Bandelli was also noticed, who just yesterday announced the extermination of fascists and collaborators. Luka Mesec, Miha Kordiš and Zoran Janković were also seen. “On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the burning of Dražgoše and the massacre of the villagers, a pious mourning ceremony should take place. Instead, Kučan staged Gazimestan and explained which part of the Slovenes should be exterminated this time,” commented Prime Minister Janez Janša regarding Kučan’s speech.

“We live in a situation where the world is facing a serious, difficult-to-manage threat posed by the epidemic,” said Kučan, noting that there are worrying encroachments on the foundations of the values on which modern democratic society and international law are based. “They are inherited by populisms and nationalisms, anti-solidarity sovereign doctrines and egoisms, within which there are more and more signs of the revival of fascism,” he said. “It must not be forgotten that fascism has grown into a state ideology and a means of militaristic policy with a war of conquest and crimes against humanity by using and abusing the mechanisms of democratic parliamentary democracy. We Slovenes were also the target of this ideology,” he reminded, adding that this is why we should remain sensitive in recognising the signs of its renewal. “Therefore, we must draw attention to them in the new situation and call them by their real names. Understandably, today’s images of fascism are not the same as those of half-past history. But the starting points are the same,” he stressed. Apparently the left pole does not understand that it is democratic for power to change. When there is a change of government, they always label political opponents as fascists, as they are accustomed to one-mindedness from the times of the almighty League of Communists. It is interesting how Kučan thinks that he is suitable for preaching, what democracy is, when an independent democratic Slovenia did not represent an intimate option for him.

“It is necessary to say where the disintegration of the constitutional order, attempts to rule by decrees, circumventing and blackmailing laws, interventions in the principle of separation of powers, attacks on the judiciary and judges, the independence of prosecutors and police, supervisory institutions, freedom of the press, human rights and dignity, which lead to the use and promotion of hate speech and vulgarity, disrespect for church and state separation, attitudes towards refugees, abuse of historiography and equating patriotism with the demand for support for the current government and the largest government party, lead to” he said. All in all, it sounds as if we are listening to the fabrications of the KUL members, who, when the takeover failed, took lies abroad and convinced people what kind of dictatorship they are supposedly living in. How are they supposed to subordinate the media? But speak of the devil, whoever wanted to check the statements of the Slovenian left, could soon see that everything is exactly the opposite.

Kučan also emphasised his belief that this should be pointed out and that it should be resisted in the name of respect for the freedom-loving efforts of past generations and responsibility for the future. He said that Slovenes are “scattered” like never before and that, according to him, we are also divided by the ruthless display of power of the current authorities, which systematically introduces new divisions into people’s lives. Of course, he concealed the fact that it is the left pole that is causing the rift because of the desire for power. In doing so, they are also not hindered by the epidemic.

Kučan was also critical of the government’s response to the epidemic

Kučan pointed out that the government is not looking for an alliance with the citizens, but is looking for the culprits among them for the unsuccessful fight against the epidemic. “Peaceful protesters are considered enemies. They refuse dialogue with them, and respond to their proposals, demands and objections with police repression,” he stressed. He also found it controversial that at the time of the 30th anniversary celebrations, we are listening to the bookkeeping list of the government’s achievements, although in reality it is precisely the statistics that is in favour of the functioning of the government. For the protesters, however, we were able to see how peaceful they can be. During the violent protests, journalists drew the short straw and a lot of material damage was caused. Apparently, however, this does not bother some who are sitting on the couch in Murgle in the meantime. As Kučan does not acknowledge that the government is the one responsible for the achievements, he said that the achievements are in fact the achievements of the entire Slovenian society, the efforts and sacrifices of the vast majority of citizens. However, in his opinion, achievements are not what divides Slovenian society. “It is divided by things that the ruling politics does not talk about, but does with gross, illegitimate and illegal encroachments on the constitutional legal and social value fabric of society. It does that against the will of the people in the name of hidden political and ideological goals: to create another republic, which will be to its liking in the desire for a so-called shifting of the whole social structure to the right, even to the extreme right.” Obviously, Kučan, perceives only those who are on the correct line as people.

The message of this year’s commemorative meeting in Dražgoše is that it is necessary to participate in the elections

“It is precisely because of the recognition of these tendencies that there is resistance among the people,” Kučan added in his speech. He assessed that the government could not hide the mentioned tendencies by distributing pre-election gifts and attempts to bribe individual social groups with dismissals, nor by promising infrastructure and other investments to mayors. As for the fact that it is necessary to go to the polls, we definitely agree with Kučan.

“They cannot be overshadowed by the fact that such a division of EU funds intended for recovery and development after the epidemic does not allow for serious strategic and structural investments that would bring Slovenia closer to the goal of a green, digital and high-tech country. On the contrary, this exclusive policy of the government distances us from this goal.” Kučan was also convinced that instead of bragging, we need a fair and realistic assessment of both the situation and the price we will pay for it. Obviously, Kučan is particularly annoyed by the fact that his people cannot freely dispose of the record EU funds that the Slovenian government has managed to negotiate.

In Dražgoše, around 1,500 people listened to Kučan, who attended the ceremony despite the epidemiological situation. After some cancelled events last year, the organisers from the Association of Fighters for the Values of the National Liberation War of Slovenia and the Škofja Loka Association decided to prepare the ceremony due to the exceptional importance of preserving historical memory. It is interesting that Kučan criticises the government’s actions in controlling the epidemic – and at the same time supports the event in the middle of the epidemic, when we have more than 4,000 new infections a day in Slovenia.

“Dražgoše lives in the memory of all those who care about our homeland, who respect history, our fighters and freedom fighters. They are a symbol of resistance, courage, and self-confidence. Memorial ceremonies in Osankarica and Dražgoše are a reminder that the responsibility for our destiny is in our hands,” wrote SD President Tanja Fajon. It should be reminded that 41 innocent villagers were shot in Dražgoše, and another 81 were interned in camps, while the village was burned. Also because the partisans in the village organised rallies and spread Bolshevik propaganda. How do the relatives of the slain feel? The murdered Dražgoše residents were buried by a German priest. In 1976, they were transferred to a monument without a religious ceremony, although relatives asked if they could be left in the consecrated land. “Every year they organise red orgies and jump on the graves of slain villagers,” the Huda jama Association reminded.

Kučan also reminded that the time after the epidemic will be difficult, and the recovery will be long and hard. Governance will require the trust and support of citizens, including renunciation. “The false image is misleading and does not allow for recovery. Nor is it averting responsibility with a false image of the future government,” he said, accusing the government of being a huge thorn in his side and clearly threatening his very existence. All this is true, but Kučan is pointing in the wrong direction, who is misleading people and showing them a false picture. I would be most honest if I set up a mirror – Kučan and his people have been misleading for at least thirty years.

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