“Levičarsko & birokratsko močvirje”, ki bi ga počistil slovenski Orban

Tudi v tujini si več ne zatiskajo oči pred pozicioniranjem prvaka SDS Janeza Janše, pa čeprav govorijo o metamorfozi sredinskega konzervativca v skrajnega desničarja. No, ta metamorfoza je zgolj navidezna, saj je Janša predvsem fleksibilen, pragmatični populist, katerega cilj je zgolj maksimizacija ratinga njegove stranke. Njemu je osebno najbrž vseeno za nevarnost imigrantov, je pač izkoristil frustracije med ljudmi in prilagodil portfelj svojih obljub njihovim njihovim strahovom. In se pozicioniral desno od Zmaga Jelinčiča. Tako kot mu je bilo leta 2008 najbrž vseeno za EU, je pač izkoristil trenutek slovenskega predsedovanja EU in postal velik Evropejec. In če bo politična dezintegracija EU dobila na momentu, bo Janša pač zajahal ta val ob boku Orbanu, Le Penovi itd. Glavno, da prinaša točke med ljudmi.

Edina nerodnost je le, da če bi bil Janša relativni zmagovalec nedeljskih volitev in po nekem čudežu skupaj z ostalimi frustriranimi in šovinističnimi konzervativci (NSi, SLS) in izgubljenci (LMŠ) oblikoval novo vladno koalicijo, se njegova nekdanja pokroviteljica Angela Markel ne bi želela prav pogosto rokovati in slikati z njim. Emmanuel Macron tudi ne. Bi pa se Janša izvrstno razumel s Trumpom, saj uporabljata isto terminologijo (“drain the swamp“), pa tudi s Putinom, saj gredo obema na živce ne dovolj patriotske mlade umetnice.

He has peppered his campaign with calls to “drain the swamp”, ranted against political foes on Twitter, and driven home his anti-immigration message with populist bombast.

But this is not Donald Trump, or even Viktor Orbán of Hungary. It is Janez Janša, the former Slovenian prime minister, whose rightwing Slovenian Democratic party (SDS) is leading in the polls ahead of Sunday’s general election.

The heated rhetoric, combined with allegations of corruption, is leading to concerns among international observers about the direction of Slovenia, which is generally regarded as a regional success story.

But recently the SDS has been hit by its own scandal over a controversial €450,000 loan which it was forced to return. The SDS was unable to respond to the Guardian’s request for comment.

“Slovenia has achieved a lot in the past 25 years, but often the political class thinks of the state and its resources as their own personal ATM,” Bitenc said.

To bolster his campaign, Janša has enlisted the support of controversial Hungarian prime minister Orbán, an advocate of “illiberal democracy” and opponent of non-European immigration who has been accused of capitalising on xenophobia and antisemitism.

Orban spoke at two SDS election events, wholeheartedly endorsing Janša.

If elected, Janša is likely to look to make common cause with the Eurosceptic Polish and Hungarian governments, while taking a tougher line on the domestic media, says Bitenc. But he may also look to the White House, with its Slovenian first lady, Melania Trump.

Vir: The Guardian

One response

  1. Tudi v demokracijah na žalost nastajajo kulti osebnosti, ki vodijo v neke nove diktature. Številni ljudje očitno ne morejo iz svojih primitivnih kož. Je veliko nepočiščenega sranja na obeh glavnih polih. Pa vendarle, problematičen in korumpiran politik kakršen je Jankovič, danes na ravni nacionalne politike nima kaj iskati, ljudje so ga v glavnem od*****. Medtem, ko bodo desničarji JJ-a volili pa če jim pred očmi sprejema podkupnine, domače in iz tujine. Nobenih meril, nobenih sankcij, zato pa je tako kot je.

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