Above collage - from "Prime Minister Janez Janša meets representatives of the Slovenian economy, members of the Presidency Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Managers Association and discussed the proposals and views on the further development of the Slovenian economy." - URL: http://www.primorske.si/Slovenija-in-svet/Menedzerji--Stavka-javnega-sektorja-je-krivicna.aspxand from URL: http://www.glasistre.hr/hrvatska/vijest/343177[in this article Lacota says that the principal responsible of the elimination of Italians were Italians the same under the influence of the Communist party. He is in assonance with the just in time series of articles on Il Piccolo which exposed the same thesis of Lacota. In any case the responsible and master of all, for Lacota, was Tito and the Yugoslav Communist party. Excusation non petita by Lacota?]
They are condanned now by their 'legitimate' , 'patriotic' government of Janez Janša, to live like in the Italian lager for Slovenes of Gonars?
Ideological/religious discrimination. Point.
The same Slovenian circles of Trieste and of the littoral/Primorje, heirs of the 'holy' mission of doc Janko Kralj: ULTRAMONTANISM OR DEATH.
PS: this is a little OT, but don't forget that today is the 32th anniversary of USTICA MASSACRE:
Aerolinee Itavia Flight 870
"Flight 870 was a regularly scheduled transit from Guglielmo Marconi Airport in Bologna to Palermo International Airport in Palermo, Sicily. The flight departed 2 hours late at 20:08 CET on 27 June 1980. At the controls of the McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15 that evening were Captain Domenico Gatti and First Officer Enzo Fontana.The aircraft (registered I-TIGI) crashed into the Tyrrhenian Sea near the island of Ustica, about 130 km southwest of Naples, at 20:59 CET. All 81 people on board - 2 pilots, 2 flight attendants, and 77 passengers - were killed.
Two Italian Air Force F-104s were scrambled at 21:00 CET from Grosseto Air Force Base to locate the accident area and to spot any survivors, but failed due to poor visibility. In July 2006 the re-assembled fragments of the DC-9 aircraft were returned to Bologna from Pratica di Mare Air Force Base near Rome."