Saturday, August 25, 2012

Vatican/Jesuit Ultramontane purge and coupe also in the police forces?

     The recent events shaking the church in Slovenia probably are definitively fixed: a tactical camouflage in order to not arise the suspect that the Continuing purge of the Ultramontane government of Janez Janša is for the benefit of the direct mastermind of his political party, the Vatican and Jesuit order. Slovenia is smashed down with the alibi of a (well designed?) financial crisis, and the secular structures and secular rights are destroyed. The "right of citizenship", is, by Ultramontane government of Janez Janss, re-modeled on theological religious criteria: you have right of citizenship only if considered a "loyal to the pope". The discrimination in the law on the old age pensions is clearly proving that: the old age pension to the ones who gained them in the context of the II World Was as "anti-fascist partisan" have been heavily cut. But the ones of the veterans of the twenty years ago secession see their old age pension untouched. This is clearly a denial of the right of citizenship based not on usual secular legal basis but on theological/religious basis. In other words, as Tito's Yugoslavia expelled the Jesuits from Ljubljana, now the Jesuits have their revenge.

    See also the dismissing of the head of the police forces and especially the new law as preparations for deeper Ultramontane purge. In the coastal Primorje, which always create problems for the Franciscans of Ljubljana, the security forces if possible are substituted by elements from inner Slovenia, evidently retained more obedient and loyal to the pope and to the Jesuits. This is the true war, not the one declared by a Norwegian patsy:

Director General of Police after the novelty a political function?

[written "political", to be meant: "religious" - avles]
  Date: 16/8/2012 7:02:00 - Page: Black Chronicle
 [note the date: the day after the "virgin Mary" Day - avles]

 With the amendment to the Act on the organization and work in the police will be adopted, the Interior Minister will appoint the new Director General of Police

 That regulatory changes particularly with regard to the appointment of Director General of Police, the Minister of Internal Affairs Dr. Vinko Gorenak announced immediately upon taking up his duties.

 The preparation of two new Act on the Police are on the way: The Law on the organization and work in the police (ODP) and the draft law on the duties and powers of the police. Both should go into consideration in Parliament - but first the inter-ministerial address - under the ordinary procedure, in the proposed new law ODP at 48. Article it is discussed the appointment and dismissal of the Director General of Police, which, together with his deputy, will be appointed and dismissed by the Government on the proposal of the minister of internal. This is stated in the bill. There will be changes in ODP, particularly with regard to the appointment of Director General of Police, the Minister of Internal Affairs Dr. Vinko Gorenak announced immediately upon taking up his duties. Last week, when he resigned police chief Janko Gorsek, said that the Parliament will adopt the law in question most likely in October. But professional public and the opposition already rising significantly and dust concerns.

 Political, not professional designation

The appointment of the first man the police will have, if adopted ODP law, and about which there is little doubt, a highly political act. As noted in the draft ODP, the director general of police for their work and the work of the police is responsible in front of/accountable to the Minister [therefore not to the parliament, in sight of the liquidation of it in the next phase of the European wide Ultramontane coupe - avles].  Upon appointment of the first man the police there is therefore silent on the three-member commission, which should "verify" the candidate proposed by the minister, , instead the choice of candidate for the first police officer in the country exclusively in the hands of the Minister of the Interior [Jesuit coupe d'etat!!! - avles], and that also without public or internal competitive examination. All that was already adopted by the previous government ["anti-fascist" center left government of Borut Pahor, but ever at the order of Rome - avles], but Interior Minister Kresalova , for the proposed candidate for the Director General of Police,  at least consulted the three-member commission.

Read more in today's show!


     Removing  the director of police should, in normal conditions, not a tragedy but a right of the new government. But in this case when a government is the secular arm of the Vatican/Jesuit attack to transform the state in a complete tool of the Ultramontanism, the condition are of an exceptional emergency, a coupe d'etat! - ["Goršek, which is led by police three years and a half, should have resigned, although since the beginning of the mandate of the Minister Janez Janša rumors that the Minister of the Interior Vinko Gorenak intended to remove, state media. Goršek at the press conference confirmed his departure and said Karol Turk as his successor. His resignation was due to differences in the views of the minister Vinko Gorenakom the conduct of police." URL:]

Above video - the press conference "Janko Goršek odstopil z mesta generalnega direktorja policije"/"Janko Goršek resigned as Director General of Police" - URL:

    Tomorrow the author Boris Pahor will celebrate the 99° birthday, meanwhile Slovenia is from day to day becoming a Jesuit reduction. A further distraction.

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     See also the sequent posts [no, it goes far over the same Lacota who is only a poor puppet in the game of satanic Rome. The title was most a suggestion, things are not centered on the question of the Fojbe, it's the Euro(po)pean coupe d'etat; the second post, "appendix" one, is the most telling one]:

 Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The new government of Slovenia, prime minister: JANEZ LACOTA?


Thursday, June 28, 2012

Janez in Rome [appendix of the previous "Janez Lacota"]

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