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Old September 20th, 2010 #1
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Slovenian troops "illegally in Afghanistan"

20 September 2010 | 13:11 | Source: B92

LJUBLJANA -- The union of the Slovenian military has sent a letter to the country's President Danilo Turk regarding troop deployment in Afghanistan.

The letter informed Turk that the Slovenian government was "illegally sending troops" taking part in NATO operations.

The union informed the commander-in-chief that the Slovenian government was unconstitutionally and illegally sending Slovenian soldiers to Afghanistan.

President of the Slovenian Armed Forces Union Gvido Novak added in the letter that it was necessary for parliament to make a decision first before Slovenian troops could participate in offensive, war actions.

Reports said that without a state of war being declared, the decision cannot be made without parliament, while the government is yet to send its proposal to MPs, only a week before the deployment of the Slovenian troops in Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, Colonel Vojteh Mihevc, the commander of the 14th contingent of the Slovenian Armed Forces which is supposed to be deployed to Afghanistan, has not denied that the army would be used in offensive operations outside the country's borders.

Novak warned in his letter that new Slovenian military mission to Afghanistan will not be peacekeeping and defensive any longer, and that it will be a war mission whose goal will be to defeat the enemy.

That is why the union has called upon the president to, in accordance with the Constitution, make a decision to protect Slovenian troops from missions that the government is unconstitutionally and illegally sending them to, and to protect them from committing planned and deliberate criminal acts while performing their tasks without a legal basis, said the letter.
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On the 17th September near Ljubljana we(Slovenski radikali), organized a small ballad night with singer of Russian band Kolovrat. First D. had a speech where he thanked to S.R. for organizing the gig and to all comrades who come and he talked about European cooperation between white comrades and unity.Then the gig started with ballad Kosovo front which was dedicated to Serbian comrade that was attending the gig and had a birthday on that day. After that he played other Kolovrat songs like Blood of patriots, Geroi roa and some other songs which are dedicated to ROA and other volunteers that fought against communists and zionism in WW2, a song dedicated to Ian Stuart, Honour and Blood and beside Kolovrat songs he also played frederikus rex from landser and skrewdriver covers like tomorrow belongs to me and hail victory which made audience very glad and everyone joined him and singalong .Then he also played a few songs on the requests of some people from the audience and also once again was played song Kosovo front this time with help of Serbian comrade.The ballad night attend around 50 comrades and it was going around two and a half hours.
In the end we would like to thanks to all comrades hwo attend the gig, special to D. for such a good performance.

Hail Slavonic Comradeship and European Unity!!!

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PM: Slovenia is no servile state

1 December 2010 | 16:49 | Source: B92

LJUBLJANA -- Slovenia does not have a servile policy and Slovenian citizens should not be ashamed, said Slovenian PM Borut Pahor, prompted by a WikiLeaks cable.

The Slovenian PM commented on the content of the U.S. diplomatic dispatch, published by the Spanish media.

Then charge d'affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Ljubljana said in the dispatch that the Slovenian prime minister had offered to accept prisoners from Guantanamo in exchange for a 20-minute meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama.

Slovenia also offered U.S. company Westinghouse a contract on the second block of the Krško Nuclear Power Plant and easy access to leaders of the Western Balkans.

The Slovenian PM stressed today in Ljubljana that "people write a lot of things in cables believing that they would remain confidential" and that their publication was "putting the U.S. authorities in an uncomfortable position".

Pahor added that Slovenia did not have a servile but a sovereign foreign policy. As far as accepting prisoners from Guantanamo is concerned, he says he never approved of the war in Iraq, and that he was advocating the closing of that prison, but that he was ready to accept one of the prisoners from Guantanamo “as a friendly country”, without any compensation.

“The impressions of American side got are wrong. I won’t say, lying,” he was quoted as saying.

As far as offering a contract to Westinghouse, despite the fact that there is already a French bidder for the project, the Slovenian prime minister said that Slovenia wants foreign investments and added, “we want investors from the world which we are a part of”.

Pahor pointed out that the rest of the world saw Slovenia as a "respectable and sovereign country".

“I would like to tell the Slovenian citizens that they have a government which is conducting a sovereign policy. Nobody should be ashamed,” he reassured the public, and added that he met with U.S. representatives on Wednesday, when he "could tell they were uncomfortable".

However, they learned from Pahor that they could "still count on Slovenia support as an ally".
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Slovenia in protest note to Croatia

20 January 2011 | 16:18 | Source: Tanjug

ZAGREB -- Slovenia has sent a protest note to Croatia protesting what it sees as prejudging of the sea border between the two countries.

The Croatian national television reported that, according to Croatia's rulebook, the border is established along the middle of the Bay of Piran, adding, however, that this will only be so until the completion of the demarcation between the two countries.

Official Ljubljana assessed that this was Croatia's unilateral move, but believes that this will not affect the achieved arbitrage agreement.

Due to the position of official Ljubljana, Slovenian Maritime Law expert Marko Pavliha stood down from the arbitrage committee.

"The problem is in the border line. The arbitrage will determine where the border is in the Gulf of Piran and where exactly Slovenia will have access to the waters," said Pavliha, adding that prejudging of the border in Croatia's official documents was "wrongful".
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On March of 26th our organisation Slovenski Radikali held a small gig in Ljubljana area. This was the third concert we organised and the first one this year and this time we invited October 15 from Poland and Serbian band Razor 88.The gig started around 9 in the evening and beside Slovenians there was also one Serbian comrade and comrades from Slovakia atending the event. First band on stage was October 15,backed up by Razor88 members since only vocalist and guitarist came from Poland, wich started their set with song called Katostrofa that already warmed up the audience,their next song was Skrewdriver classic Back with a bang followed by two Honor covers Cena idei and well known NS.Allthou the comrades from O15 had only one pratcice the day before with Razor88 backing them up they played at their best together and allthou the audience was small the athmosphere was great, everyone was enjoying the concert and most of the audience sang along to the well known covers but also to their own songs.After the Honor covers they played the song called United followed by a classic Fortress cover I hate commie scum,another song that made everyone in the audience glad,then they played Triumf Woli,Tribute to our gods and Here we come and finished their set with Skrewdriver cover Tommorow belongs to me.After a short break Serbians Razor 88 hit the stage and again we could hear Skrewdriver cover Back with a bang,wich was their first song followed by After the fire.Then they sang two songs from their project cd with Gammadion called Workshop of life and United swords.The audience already warmed up by O15 gladly joined in and sing along to all of their songs and everyone were specially glady when they heard the next songs,both well known R88 songs,No more brothers wars and We will play.After that they played another Skrewdriver classic Hail the new dawn followed by a song called Stadion,a cover from Agnostic Front song Gotta go,but with Serbian lyrics dedicaded to football hooligans.Then they played a few also well known R88 songs,on wich everyone in front of the stage sang along,Blood runs red,Final victory and a few more followed by a legendary Konkwista 88 song called Skinheads for witch the O15 singer joined them on stage.After that another R88 classic called Hammerfall followed by Tommorow belongs to me,Hey,Lies and the last song another Skrewdriver classic WP.Then they wanted to finish their set but on the request on the audience that enjoyed every second of their gig they played three more songs again and then finish the gig.Both bands played great with alot of energy and power and the athmosphere on their gig was at its best, full of comradeship and unity and everyone that decided to come to the gig was satisfied.It was another action wich went sucesfully for our organisation and we would like to thank everyone that came to the gig and supported this event.

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Friday 13.05.2011 | 14:49

Slovenia criticized over “erased” citizens, Roma

Source: Tanjug, STA

LJUBLJANA -- Amnesty International criticized Slovenia in its annual report because of its treatment of Roma, and of citizens removed from permanent residence registry.

The AI underlined that the Slovenian authorities failed to guarantee rights to a group of people known as “the erased” - several thousand individuals who were in 1992 unlawfully removed from the Slovenian registry of permanent residents.

They mainly came from other former Yugoslav republics, but never received any kind of compensation, the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) reported.

The adoption of the law that would enable retroactive obtaining of permanent resident status for “the erased” was violated by xenophobic statements by a few mediators, while an attempt to table the law at a referendum in order to annul it was in the end denied by the Constitutional Court, the AI report reads.

Furthermore, AI points to the discrimination against the Roma population in Slovenia, whose members live in very bad conditions, often without water, electricity and sewage.

The report recalls that the UN agencies urged the Slovenian authorities in March 2010 to take steps to resolve the problem of the Roma community and prevent its discrimination in various aspects of social life, including education, accommodation, health and employment.
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Slovenia backs Russian "European security strategy"

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MOSCOW -- Slovenian leader Danilo Turk gave his backing to a much-vaunted draft European security treaty unveiled by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev two years ago.



"Today, we live in a multipolar world, and [security] system needs reorganizing," Turk said during talks with Medvedev in Moscow.

Tuerk said a NATO summit last year showed that some progress was being made.

"No efforts should be spared to move it [the initiative] ahead," the Slovenian president said.

Western powers have been unenthusiastic about Medvedev's draft treaty, and NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said last year there was no need for it.
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ALI ZERDIN | March 25, 2012 03:34 PM EST |


LJUBLJANA, Slovenia — Slovenians rejected in a national referendum on Sunday a new family law that included a highly contested clause that would allow same-sex couples to adopt children in some cases.

The law drafted by Slovenia's former center-left government – and opposed by conservatives close to the Catholic Church – would have allowed gay couples to adopt the biological children of their partners. It did not allow the adoption of children from a third party.

With 98 percent of the vote counted, about 55 percent of those who took part in the referendum rejected the law, while about 45 supported it, the state referendum commission said. Turnout was low, about 26 percent.

The result meant that the new family law will not be applied and a new one cannot be drafted within a year.

Unlike its Balkan neighbors, Serbia and Croatia – where gays often face verbal and physical abuse – the small Alpine nation and European Union member is relatively tolerant of homosexuality. In 2006, Slovenia allowed official registration of same-sex relationships.

A conservative children rights group collected 42,000 signatures by February to challenge the law in the referendum. It argued that the law is against traditional family values and that gay couples should not be allowed any adoption rights.

Roman Catholic, Serbian Orthodox and Muslim communities in Slovenia also jointly signed a petition before the referendum, asking Slovenes to reject the law.

"Marriage and family are of utmost importance for the development of the human person and society," the petition said. "For this reason, we all have an obligation to protect the values of marriage and of family as a community of a husband and a wife, and children."

Those who argued in favor of the new law said the gay adoption clause has been unfairly thrust into the public focus in the months leading to the referendum, overshadowing other provisions that further protect children rights in general.
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Not that I have any love for Slovenian ZOG but this scum is just as bad.


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Court rules against returning property rights to prince

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LJUBLJANA -- The Higher Court in Ljubljana has confirmed a lower instance ruling that denied ownership rights over a Brdo pri Kranju property to Aleksandar Karađorđević.


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The resort is now used by the Slovenian state for protocol purposes.

Crown Prince Aleksandar's lawyer said that he had sent the ruling to his client, and for the time being "had no reply".

However he also noted that their next move will likely be to seek revision of the process at Slovenia's Supreme Court.

A court in the town of Kranj in May 2010 rejected the case filed against the Republic of Slovenia by Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević.

Karađorđević sued in order to determine property rights related to about half the estate of Brdo pri Kranju (Brdo near Kranj), seeking compensation as one possibility.

The land in question was bought by Prince Pavle Karađorđević, the regent of Yugoslavia, on several occasions from 1936 until 1939. Pavle registered the property in land books, while Prince Aleksandar is in possession of contracts that he said proved the ownership claim.

The property was taken from the Krađorđević family by the communist authorities of Yugoslavia after the Second World War, and nationalized. Its value has been put at EUR 260,000.

The Kranj court said last year that since Prince Pavle signed the contracts with "physical entities, rather than with the state" - Aleksandar had no right to seek payment of compensation from the state.

Prince Pavle was first cousin of Crown Prince Aleksandar's father, Yugoslav King Petar II. Pavle's daughter, Princess Jelisaveta, has not thus far filed any lawsuits demanding restoration of ownership rights related to the Slovenia-based property.




Prince Aleksandar Karađorđević, traitor to Serbian people and ZOG whore.
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Nice shirts made by Slovenian Radikali and BH/C18 Republika Srpska. Limited number available and only 10€.

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On Tuesday during qualifications for the Euro League Slovenian fans of Maribor were attacked by muslim fans of Zeleznicar in Sarajevo, after 'taunting' them with chants of Srebrenica and Serbia.



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November 14, 2012 | 20:23

Slovenia turns "pro-Russian" when it comes to energy

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LJUBLJANA -- By signing an investment deal with Russia to build the South Stream pipeline "Slovenia has taken a clear stance in the energy battle between Russia and the EU".


Slovenian and Russian PMs Janez Janša and Dmitry Medvedev in Moscow on Wednesday (Tanjug)


A rival to the Russia-led project is the EU and American-backed Nabucco, notes the Slovenian daily Delo in an article published on Wednesday.

Slovenia, an EU member, "is already seen as a Russian Trojan horse in the Brussels", claims the commentary, and adds that this concerns not only the South Stream, but also the fact that many Slovenian companies are "open to Russian investments". The EU/US jews don't like any international projects business and transactions to be done without their approval and close oversight. Itz a crime for Slovenia to do something like this!

But the article goes on to note that suspicion towards Russian investments is "completely stupid", and that while "a certain amount of caution might be necessary" the fear of Russia in the West is "unjustified":

"Not only is diversifying of sources and channels of gas transportation welcome, but it also brings investments to the Slovenian economy."

The article came in the wake of the signing on Tuesday of a contract that will allow the natural gas pipeline to be built in Slovenia. The deal was inked by Russia's Gazprom and the government in Ljubljana.

South Stream is expected to become operational in 2015, and to bring 63 billion cubic meters of Russian gas to Europe every year. Serbia is among the countries participating in the project.
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Slovenia police: 33 facing charges over violence during anti-government protests

By Associated Press, Published: December 2

LJUBLJANA, Slovenia — More than 30 people are facing charges in Slovenia, police said Saturday, for clashing with police during anti-government protests in the capital that left more than 15 people injured and fueled tensions on the eve of a presidential election in the economically struggling EU nation.

The demonstrators, who were detained after Friday’s clashes, have been released pending further investigation, said police spokeswoman Maja Ciperle Adlesic. The 33 people been charged with violating public order and will face further charges for attacking police, she said.

About 8,000 people joined the demonstrations in Ljubljana against Prime Minister Janez Jansa’s government and its cost-cutting measures drafted to avoid an international bailout for the financially troubled Slovenia.

Police said violence erupted at the end of the gathering when more than 100 violent extremists threw rocks, and police responded with water cannons and tear gas. The hooded, young demonstrators then fought street battles with the police throughout the city center.

The clashes in Ljubljana were the second this week, after a rally in the second-largest city of Maribor against the local mayor also turned violent. Violent protests are highly unusual in the otherwise calm Alpine nation, triggering fears Slovenia’s economic crisis could push the country into instability.

Police said many of the demonstrators were underage and some already have criminal records. They said the hooligans came to the protests in organized groups, carrying backpacks filled with rocks and fire balls.

Local media reported they are members of far-right and hooligan groups, which have mushroomed in Slovenia because of the crisis. Police said an investigation is still under way.

“We never had riots like this against police in Slovenia,” spokesman Vinko Stojicek said. “We will analyze the behavior and draw conclusions.”


More protests are planned for next week in both Ljubljana and Maribor.

Slovenia is facing one of the worst recessions of the 17 eurozone nations. Its economy has shrunk more than 8 percent since 2009 and continues to decline, resulting in a sharp drop in exports and living standards and a surge in unemployment, which now stands at about 12 percent.

Jansa’s center-right government has launched pension and labor reforms and cut salaries in the public sector as part of an austerity package. The reforms have somewhat been stalled because of political bickering among the divided leaders.

The protesters in Ljubljana on Friday carried banners that read “He is Finished” or “Thieves,” urging the ouster from power of Jansa’s government whom they accused of corruption.

“We are all fed up,” 36-year-old Leon Kores, whose salary in a kindergarten has been slashed with the austerity package, said on Saturday. “They have all been stealing from us, and now when there is no more money we will pay the price.”

The presidential runoff on Sunday is pitting incumbent Danilo Turk against former prime minister Borut Pahor, who is tipped to be the front-runner. Pahor has supported some of Jansa’s reform measures, while Turk has been highly critical.

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