Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Bargaining

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Another comment of mine I sent invain. Another censorship case. It recalls the age of Mussolini and the "preventive arrests" the Fascist police did against political dissidents. Or the Slovenia and Yugoslavia of doc Natlačen and Stojadinović who were arresting the Slovenes fled from Fascist Italy to escape the wars of Mussolini in Africa. The occasion: the anniversary of the conquer of Maribor against the Austrian emperial troops, a battle won by the first Slovenian army led by general Rudolf Maister in November 1919. But.... wait a moment! Look! My comment is now visible! Magic? Or.... The explanation is more simple. Meanwhile I was preparing this post you are reading, they - thanks the "save now" function - could have known in advance what I had in mind. And thought it was a good idea to not push too much with the censorship. Also because maybe I could be the only person on this sad planet who is seeing that page with my comment,.... maybe every other visitor of that page - aliens too - doesn't see the message I posted.... But, following the empering Slovenian mind of today, I say: who cares? Here you have it! Ladies and gentlemen the comment of avles below.....

Pahor in Janša enotno o generalu Maistru


Or:

Pahor in Janša united about general Maister


General Rudolf Maister - Vojanov se je rodil 29. marca 1874 v Kamniku
23. november 2010 ob 13:30
Ljubljana - MMC RTV SLO

Above image - general Rudolf Maister - from the same page of the article.


The comment in original Slovenian language:

Ti Maistrovi dnevi bi mogli bit vedno nekje na Štajerskem ali Koroškem! Slavo Maistru, Slomšku, Prešernu, Trubarju in ostalim Slovencem in Slovenkam, ki so imeli jajca, ki jih današnji centralisti s Pahorjem na čelu nimajo in nas pošiljajo nazaj na Balkan.

Ah ja! Zdaj razumem zakaj Primorci, kadar so bezali iz Mussolinijevih rok, niso bili dobrodosli v notranji Sloveniji.... Se spominjate neh?.... "Primorci-Zamorci" litanije? .....Morda ker medtem Maister, Slomšku in drugi (pa pustite v miru, daj, buogi Trubar!) so se bojevali proti Hapsburski jarmi, v Trstu, v tisti "pljuci Slovenije" kako je rekel znamenita oseba, kadar "Iridentisti" in "liberalci" so napadli Slovence vsak dan, in v vsakem nacinu so ponizevali Slovence, in so rekli nijm "s'ciavo", "vrni se domov, zakaj!" ("Zakaj" kot drugi ponizevalni vzdevek), in druge ljubezne besede, Slovenci so imeli samo tisti majhen koscek Hapsburkega zakona kot varovanje, in kadar so vzklikali, kot tista noc 12. Julja 1868 po ulici Stadion, na cesarstvo, tisti "liberalci" taljani, ki se so borili z isto vnemo proti Dunaji kot Maister, Slomšku, itd, so nijmi odgovarjali: "merda all'Austria!" - "drek na Avstriji!".

Ja, razumem prav zakaj Jansa in Pahor, Dipiazza in Jankovic so zdruzeni.... In razumem zakaj mansjno v Italiji je vedno v tezavi in Italjanska vlada se zanemarija.... Pa v nasprotjie Luka Koper zelo dela....Kaj hocete? Je to morda nekaksno "trgovanje"?... Jaz te dam eno ruobo, ti mi das drugo ruobo....Vmes: bye bye zamejci in vas zgodovinski spomin!

Trgovanje,..... trgovanje.....
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Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Play a Jesuit Song
http://adrgegenreformationheute.blogspot.com/2010/11/play-jesuit-song_02.html

Translation:

These Maister days should still be somewhere in Styria or Carinthia! Glory to Maister, to Slomšek, to Prešernu, to Trubar and to the rest of Slovenians who had balls, which today's centralists headed by Pahor have not and they are sending us back to the Balkans.

Oh yeah! Now I understand why the Primorci, when they fled away from Mussolini's hands, were not welcomed in the inner Slovenia ...... Do you remember, eh?..... The litany "Primorci-Zamorci" ?..... Probably because meanwhile Maister, Slomšek and others (but please, leave Trubar in peace!) did fight against the Hapsburg oppression, in Triest, in that "lung of Slovenia" as it was named by a famous person , when "Irridentists" and "liberals" did attack the Slovenes every day, and in every possible manner they were offending Slovenes, and they were naming them "s'ciavo", "go home zakaj!", and other "loving" words, the Slovenes had only that little piece of Hapsburg law as a form of defence, those Italian "liberals", who did fight against Wien with the same ardour of Maister, Slomšek etc., did answer to them: "merda all'Austria!" ("shit to Austria!").

Yes, I understand why just Janša and Pahor, Dipiazza and Jankovic are united.... and understand why the minority in Italy is always in difficulties and the Italian government don't care.... But at the opposite the Luka Koper works very much.... What do you want? Is maybe this a sort of "bargaining"?.... I give to you a thing, you give me another thing.... In the middle: bye bye zameici and to your historical memory!

Bargaining.... bargaining......
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Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Play a Jesuit Song
http://adrgegenreformationheute.blogspot.com/2010/11/play-jesuit-song_02.html



Above image - the cover of the book "Fatti di luglio 1868", showing the Slovenes soldiers of the Territorial militia - Tuesday, September 29, 2009 - Fatti di Luglio 1868

http://adrgegenreformationheute.blogspot.com/2009/09/fatti-di-luglio-1868.html

The text with some comments for the words and expression used - in a possible future message, a deep explanation about what is happening:

These Maister days (from Rudolf Maister, the Slovenian general who after the end of WWI fought the former emperial army to conquer the Slovenian Styria - a.) should still be somewhere in Styria or Carinthia! Glory to Maister, to Slomšek (the Slovenian nationalist bishop, of course of the church of Rome! - a.), to Prešernu, to Trubar and to the rest of Slovenians who had balls, which today's centralists headed by Pahor have not and they are sending us back to the Balkans.

Oh yeah! Now I understand why the Primorci (Slovenes of Primorje, coastal region bordering the Italian ethnic territory and the first to be occupied by Italy after 1918 – a.), when they fled away from Mussolini's hands, were not welcomed in the inner Slovenia (inside SHS Yugoslavia – a.)...... Do you remember, eh?..... The litany "Primorci-Zamorci" ("zamorci" means "niggers, a word in rhyme with "primorci", practically "niggers from Primorje" – a.)?..... Probably because meanwhile Maister, Slomšek and others (but please, leave Trubar in peace!) did fight against the Hapsburg oppression, in Triest, in that "lung of Slovenia" (The city of Triest was considered an economical lung for the Slovenes – a.) as it was named by a famous person (Ivan Tavčar), when "Irridentists" and "liberals" did attack the Slovenes every day, and in every possible manner they were offending Slovenes, and they were naming them "s'ciavo" (a very offensive nickname for the Slovenes and Croats, coming from the Venetian dialect; "Calvinist predestination" of the superior role of the Venetian race? – a.), "go home zakaj!" ("Zakaj" as another offending nickname), and other "loving" words, the Slovenes had only that little piece of Hapsburg law as a form of defence, those Italian "liberals", who did fight against Wien with the same ardour of Maister, Slomšek etc., did answer to them: "merda all'Austria!" ("shit to Austria!").

Yes, I understand why just Janša and Pahor, Dipiazza and Jankovic are united.... and understand why the minority ("minority" value only for the Slovenes in Italy. For the Italians in Slovenia and Croatia value: "community"; no comment – a.) in Italy is always in difficulties and the Italian government don't care.... But at the opposite the Luka Koper (the industrial harbour of Koper/Capodistria which is located in the coast province of Slovenia on the Adriatic sea – a.) works very much.... What do you want? Is maybe this a sort of "bargaining"?.... I give to you a thing, you give me another thing.... In the middle: bye bye zameici (a term for the Slovenes living oustide the state of Slovenia – a.) and to your historical memory!

Bargaining.... bargaining......
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Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Play a Jesuit Song
http://adrgegenreformationheute.blogspot.com/2010/11/play-jesuit-song_02.html
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(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)

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