Above image - Love is an impossible illusion which lasts only an instant. Beautiful and shining like a snow's crystal. Like a snowflake you can see it slowly falling. A falling ice's star. To suddenly disappear when it is in your hand. It remains only an image of it, a star made of paper to remember those instants, a star of paper to keep near you heart because it is the most precious thing you have.
There are zones of Karst for which I have a particular sentiment. One of this is the zone around Dutovlje and Tomaj. My ancestry comes from Dutovlje, my surname was changed with the Fascist decree of 1935, and it comes from there. The actual “Roncelli” comes from an improbable Slovenian “Ronzel”. I never heard of such surname among Slovenes, probably it was just changed before the Fascism, inside the offices of the Austrian empire where there were employed many Italians who were anti-Slovenian. Probably it cames from “Renčelj”, where the “č” was read as “c” without that particular accent, and pronounced as an acute “z”. My case is common in this region, and witnesses the bureaucratic genocide of Fascist nationalist Italy which cancelled the presence of Slovenes simply with a law which transforming then in “Italians”. This allowed the persecution because you cannot transform the identity of a person with a bureaucratic document. Slovenes remained Slovenes in the daily life, and this was seen as “offence” in front of a “generous” Italian “civilization” which offered to them the “status” of Italians, but they refused it showing “ingratitude”. As you can see the physical persecution was strictly linked with a very penetrating psychological violence whose effects sometimes continue to last also today.
The Italian propaganda on the Fojbe and on the exodus from Istria and Dalmazia, locally supported by an allegedly Jewish owned paper (“make it appear Jewish”? Soon I'll come back on the role of that Masonic Judaism servant of the Counter Reformation), the “Il Piccolo” of Trieste, who recently is obsessed by the argument “Vergarolla” (by me exposed one year before), of course couldn’t be compared with the destruction of the Slovenian community executed by Fascism and nationalism in Primorje. Only in the infamous s.c. "ventennio" (aka or "ventennial", those "twenty years" of Italian Fascist "civilization" of Primorje, Istria and Dalmatia), between both world wars, about 70,000 Slovenes and Croats, but especially Slovenes, were expelled or escaped from Istria and Primorje assigned by the Rapallo’s treaty to Italy. The maximum estimated number of Italians who escaped from Yugoslavia in the post war troubled year amount to 300,000, but Italy is not four times more inhabited than Slovenia and Croatia, Italy has a population about ten times greater than Slovenia and Croatia. And with those 70,000 there are not included the human losses during WWII to which Slovenia and Croatia were submitted in consequence of the aggression of 6th April 1941....
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I feel so a deep link with this part of Karst from where it comes part of my ancestry. Those lands are absorbing me, an emotion like a melting snow's crystal which imbues the soil. In Tomaj, near Dutovlje, there it was born Srecko Kosovel. On my bedside table I have always Kosovel's books, which I often read before to sleep. No elsewhere than in his words I'am able to see reflected my the most deep sentiments and under their surface unerstand the meaning of the word love.
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Thursday, December 15, 2011
"I have to deal with my priesthood, which is rebellious and half protestant".
(As I have no time, no resources, no money, no support at disposition, it is clear that what I wrote is affected by many errors and uncorrectness. I am not a prostitute lay journalist of this dirty Vatican 'tollerant' regime called 'democracy'. I have not the 51% of the Bank of America supporting my writings. I don't control the Casinò of Ostenda and neither Citroen and Peugeot as the General Superior did at least in 1958. So corrections and additions could appear in the future)