Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Mons. Tacchi Venturi arrives in Ljubljana


Lubiana, 16 aprile 3 XXI



Visit in Lubiana of Jesuit Father
Mons. Tacchi Venturi.

To the

To the General Direction of P.S.


As news it is informed that the day 8th current month is arrived in Lubiana Mons. Tacchi Venturi, who departed to Rome in the successive day 10th.-

He found accommodation with the local Jesuit Convent.-

During his permanency, which had an extreme confidential character, the mentioned Monsignore conferred with the Bishop of Lubiana.-

From received confidential information it should result that through him the Vatican confirmed to the above mentioned Bishop the order to the Slovenian clergy to be respectful and obedient to the italian authorities.-

Therefore I consider as related to his visit the declaration done by Mons. Rozman and communicated with sheet n. 229/2/Res. of the 13th current, with the object: “Exact declaration of the Bishop of Ljubljana as regard the “Liberator Front”.-


(Emilio Grazioli)

(The bold characters are mine – avles)

An image of the original document can be found at the page 28 of the pdf document, URL:



Criminals of War Roman Catholic bishop Gregorij Rožman and
Benito Mussolini's high commissar for the province of Ljubljana Emilio Grazioli:

how the Slovenian clergy-fascist collaborationism of today works for the Roman Catholic psychological mass deception:

Saturday, July 31, 2010


See how the Holy See and the Jesuit order implemented the Roman Catholic religious purge of Slovenia 1941 - 1945:

Saturday, July 17, 2010


Italian general Ruggero conversation with the bishop Rožman in the autumn of 1942

From the introduction of the book:


“Again, after more than fifty years, the legendary book “Belogardizem” of FrančekSaje has been published. The first edition in 1951 sold out within weeks. Saje wrote the book as a full blooded chronicler and analyst. At more than 600 pages there is: - thoroughly analyzed the pre-war social, political and party image Slovenia; - precisely described and documented the development and work of the Slovenian collaborationist organizations and their supporters; - documented the relationship of the Roman Catholic Church, of the clergy and of the bishop Rožman with the Italian occupants; - All this is seasoned with a number of interesting documents and testimonies which show the hindrance of the political and religious leadership of the Slovenian collaborationism at home and in the London 'exiled' government, knowing that they were collaborating in front of the eyes of the their own suffering nation and of the world anti-fascist coalition.”



(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)