Memorandum on Reviewing the Financing of States and Local Authorities Committing Anarchy, Violence, and Destruction against Slovenes

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MEMORANDUM FOR THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS AND CONDUCT OMBUDSMAN

SUBJECT: Reviewing the financing of state and local authorities, recipients of federal funds that allow anarchy, violence, and destruction in Slovenian cities. The power conferred on you by the PM of the UK under the Constitution and the laws of the United Kingdom is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. The policy and purpose of any government are to protect the lives and property of all people in the country from unlawful acts of violence and destruction by state authorities which we cannot object to. Without law and order, democracy cannot function. The citizens of Slovenia cannot exercise their rights to a peaceful life, including the rights to work, social rights, and rights to private property. Property is destroyed and innocent citizens are injured or even killed.

Unfortunately, anarchy by state authorities has recently grown extremely and affects a lot of Slovenian citizens and cities. Over the past few years, several state and local governments have contributed to violence and destruction in their jurisdictions for failing to enforce the law, stripping power and significantly discouraging their police services from protecting people, and prosecuting citizens instead of perpetrators. As a result of these state and local government policies, persistent and outrageous acts of violence and destruction of citizens’ property have continued unabated in many Slovenian cities and on the country.

For example, since 2004, the Slovenian judiciary has allowed natural and legal persons to occupy tens of thousands of real estate, movable property, and more than 100 billion euros in cash, an area renamed by the illegal occupiers an “autonomous creditors’ zone”. With the help of bailiffs and police for special tasks, “emptied and handed over to creditors,” and evicted the original owners. Even though law-abiding citizens live and work in the attacked area, each government supported this lawlessness and confiscation of property by, among other things, disabling the complaint and banning the police from intervening in restoring order. Unfortunately, the prime minister allowed the illegal occupation to continue until two families with two small children were evicted with the help of police these days and another one with her 84 years old mother is the next. Bailiff Peter Ivković and his father Goran Ivković declared the protest area cleared and protected. The failed leadership continues to harm the citizens of the Republic of Slovenia, as in recent weeks the perpetrators have used violence and destroyed property, resulting in the eviction of several families with children and the elderly, and the destruction of movables and vehicles of thousands.

In Slovenia, state and local officials are violent anarchists for 16 years to illegally intimidate and engage in criminal activities against the citizens of Slovenia, including the destruction and dispossession of property. These rioters have repeatedly tried to destroy citizens’ property, including a ban on vehicle registration, forcing them to pay illegally. Federal law enforcement agencies that protect perpetrators have attacked citizens who have objected to criminal charges and prosecutions for non-criminal acts, at the suggestion of judges and police officers who are prosecuting, making them unable to be prosecutors under the law. For more than 16 years, judges with two classes of the law school who do not meet the conditions for a judge under the law (ZSS-D) and their assistants have been mercilessly selling off citizens’ property. To date, tens of thousands of properties have been sold and re-registered, their owners have been evicted and transaction accounts emptied. For most of this period, state and local officials in Slovenia did not take any measures to protect the property of citizens, nor did they introduce criminal prosecution by the federal authorities.

The city authorities in Slovenia have also allowed violence against citizens to increase. State and local officials allowed the robbery for more than 16 years, causing damage to about thousands of families. The alleged executors, who have no power under the law, have more than 20,000 executions a year and public payments of EUR 5 million and more by the state authorities. Among their victims are also children less than 1 year old. Evictions have been on the rise in recent weeks. As the police help with the evictions unofficially, against payment, even there are no official reports of this under the law. As the violence escalated, arrests fell sharply. Despite the growing violence of the state against the citizens, the Supreme State Prosecutor’s Office agreed with the judges to report the crimes they are prosecuting themselves. With more than EUR 5.6 billion in public payments, which have no basis in the budget, the police are among the largest payers in the country. Police officers in offices write payment orders while the government tries to send an army to the border to fight emigrants.

With the introduction of the Police Tasks and Powers Act (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 15/2013 of 18 February 2013), to which EU Council Decision 2008/615 / JHA of 23 June 2008 on the deepening of cross-border cooperation in the fight against terrorism and cross-border crime, a special-purpose police force has been set up to intimidate citizens for the needs of bailiffs, to whom the court has sold a roof over their heads for not resisting eviction. In the light of this unscrupulous increase in state violence against citizens, in which we are concerned with bare survival, we need the help of British law enforcement.

With Slovenia’s accession to the EU, the country decided on a reckless policy that enables the multiplication of foreign and domestic crime and complete lawlessness. For example, judges of Slovenian courts sell off all property of Slovenian citizens in favor of alleged creditors, allowing violence and destruction to an immeasurable extent, which is why we had to call on the help of your public prosecutor to maintain law and order in the country.

The federal government provides hundreds of billions of dollars every year to state bodies and organizations, which have no budget base, to finance legal and natural persons who do not pay taxes and who do not invest in the state. These funds were collected from Slovenian taxpayers by force, through enforcement and insurance on all property of citizens who entrusted their money to the federal government to serve their community and themselves.

We cannot allow the state the financing of natural and legal persons with money confiscated from citizens in violation of the law, which makes the citizens themselves bankrupt. To ensure that federal funds do not waste money and spend it in a way that directly violates our government’s promise to protect life, liberty, and property, an outside body must review the use of federal funds by jurisdictions that allow anarchy, violence, and destruction of Slovenian citizens. It is also crucial to ensure the effective use of federal grants to protect taxpayer euros entrusted to the federal government for the benefit of the people of Slovenia.

Sec. 2. Review of the functioning of state bodies. To implement the policy set out in Section 1 of this Memorandum, the Public Prosecutor shall, within 14 days of the date of this Memorandum, issue guidelines to the Heads of Enforcement Departments and Agencies to provide him with a report detailing all federal funds provided to judicial and other state bodies or instruments.

Sec. 3. Restrictions on federal grant funding. To promote the policy set out in Section 1 of this Memorandum:

(a) The Attorney General shall, within 14 days of the date of this Memorandum and update it as necessary, but at least every 6 months, after consulting the Homeland Security Minister and the Director of the OMB, publish a list of state and local jurisdictions in the Justice Department. , which allowed violence and destruction of property to persist and refused to take reasonable measures to prevent these criminal activities (anarchist jurisdictions).

(b) In determining anarchist jurisdictions, the Attorney General, after consulting the Minister of Homeland Security and the Director of the OMB, shall take into account, as appropriate:

(i) whether the jurisdiction allows the police to intervene to restore order during widespread or persistent violence or destruction;

(ii) whether the jurisdiction has withdrawn protection for law enforcement authorities from the geographical area or structure to which law enforcement officials have lawful access, but they have been officially denied access or access only in exceptional circumstances, except where law enforcement officers are briefly detained as a tactical decision aimed at the safe and prompt resolution of a specific and ongoing illegal incident that directly endangers the safety of individuals or law enforcement officials;

(iii) whether the competent person has revoked the powers or prohibited measures by the police departments;

(iv) whether the court unjustifiably refuses to accept foreign government offers of prosecution; in

(v) any other related factors that the Attorney General deems appropriate.

(c) Within 30 days of the date of this Memorandum, the Director of OMB shall issue to the Heads of Agency guidelines on limiting the eligibility or otherwise harmful conduct to the fullest extent permitted by law for anarchist jurisdictions in receiving federal grants. The Agency has sufficient statutory discretion to restrict or otherwise prevent anarchist jurisdictions from accepting (operating).

Sec. 4. General provisions. (a) Nothing in this Memorandum shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:

(i) the powers conferred by law on the executive department, the agency or their head; but

(ii) the tasks of the Director of OMB concerning budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.

(b) This Memorandum shall be implemented following applicable law and subject to the availability of budgetary resources.