Thursday, October 21, 2021

Finally the probability my WANTING TO BECOME MK ULTRA PIGLET used to earn billions through proving case as real in minds of those(WASHINGTON, LONDON AND BERLIN) who created Musk/ Bezos/ Trumps and others

 as is as big as Jews and others(Slovenians were there too just for me to remind you as Germans had them displaced all over German and also inside of Polish concentration camps - nazis murdered 6.5% of Slovenian population during WWII) wanting to become humans on whom Joseph Mengele experimented on during WWII ;) 

@Black LIES matter - In post WWII legacy when other nations and races built their well being for the sake of better world through work and solidarity, you have instead relied again more and more on those who attempted to wipe us all out. And as your poverty exploded throughout African continent and similar followed your path to wherever you found yourself at, your masters found even the way to expand through you to otherwise unlikely countries and continents - in this case as you both hoped for through an individual like myself in the name of human rights you both praise so much. You are disgrace for human race next to your masters. 

It will stay this way in my eyes despite black activists' involvement against me for the sake of $$$ and THE idea to "save" me on behalf of those whom we saved you from total wipe-out 80 years ago - its how colonialism works too, but not here and not in this case.

For German Reichstag and Londonians to know(they love to mix issues a but too much and think of themselves exactly the opposite from whatever they have done to someone after things don't go through as they imagined would - its when they become victims and victim and aggressor):

97,457 - the most reliable and accurate number of World War II casualties to date

During the Second World War and immediately after it, at least 97,450 people or 6.5 percent of the population died as a result of the war on the territory of present-day Slovenia. This is the final number of victims reached by researchers during the extremely demanding research project of the Institute of Recent History, which for this purpose examined meters of all kinds of material and, among other things, visited 200 local and registry offices throughout Slovenia. 

"This is the most accurate approximation of the number of war victims. It will probably not be possible to get a more precise one, as we will never know about all the victims, for example in cases where traces of entire families have been lost and there are no entries in the registers books and no material or testimony, "emphasizes Dr. Jagadeesh B From the Institute of Recent History, which has been leading the project Victims of the Second World War and directly after it since 2007. She says that about 60 percent of the victims could be verified in the field on the basis of registry books.

The research, which is coming to an end in the field (formally it will end in September), also answered the frequently asked questions in the past decades: on which side did the most victims fall or who killed and who was killed. This is now largely known. There is a total number of registered victims of the war - 97,457 - and the suspicion of victims by category and by individual years of the war and directly after it. It should be noted that for 4904 victims it was not possible to determine the year of death, the number of victims in the total suspicion does not represent the suspicion of victims by individual years.

Revolutionary violence - a response to the occupier's terror

In the second half of 1941, the resistance movement was only gradually established. The war in Slovenia claimed 2,600 victims (the numbers are rounded). They were fallen in the April war in the Yugoslav Royal Army and civilians during the attack on Yugoslavia. Who will most actively kill and kill in the years to come, the Nazis have already shown this year: 600 Styrian disableds and the mentally handicapped are mercilessly killed in Hartheim, Austria. In 1942, when the party began an open revolution in the Province of Ljubljana, the war and its suffering exploded. This year, the god Mars claims more than 11,100 victims.

Partisan units had 2,200 losses; The partisans died mainly in armed conflict or were shot as hostages. Among the activists and supporters of the partisan resistance, 1,500 people were killed. Nearly 5,000 of all the victims counted this year were civilians, which speaks to the suffering that the population was exposed, especially in rural areas. Dr. Deželak-Baricheva explains that the village guards, which people set up mainly to protect their property and lives, have not yet contributed to the bloody outcome of the fighting this year, and there have not been many casualties among the guards.

However, this year - according to the mentioned research - also from the perspective of the registered victims, it is shown what generated or at least contributed to the fratricidal conflict. In that year, the Italians and Germans, the main perpetrators of the aforementioned 5,000 civilian casualties, killed as many as 1,900 hostages; Among them were both partisans and civilians. For partisan actions, they regularly retaliated by retaliating against the inhabitants, sending them to camps and burning entire villages. On the other hand, by the end of July, the National Protection, Partisans and the Security Intelligence Service (VOS) had caused around 800 civilian casualties. The liquidations, which began as early as 1941, are known to have taken place without legal proceedings. The assassins, at least one of whom was later declared a national hero, assassinated several important figures of the Catholic side under the tactic of the party, among them dr. Marko Natlačen (he was shot by a priest as a priest), university professor Dr Lambert Ehrlich and student Jaroslav Kikelj.

"It is quite clear that revolutionary violence was crucial for the establishment of an armed counter-revolution, but it is also true that the victims of the liquidations were, at least in some cases, the occupier's informants," says our interlocutor.

The Bloody Tax of the Last Year of the War

In 1943, the war claimed 16,700 lives. Partisan units suffered the most losses - 7,700 dead; there were 4,500 casualties among civilians that year. On the anti-partisan side, they had at least 1,000 dead, mostly Chetniks and village guards. "In 1943, the Chetniks, village guards and home guards caused more than 700 deaths, and together with the occupier of about 300 more, but the partisans caused 780 deaths in September, October and November alone," the sad statistics show. Land-Barcheva.

The fourth year of the war had already claimed 27,000 casualties. The partisan units had nearly 11,000 dead, another 1,400 died among OF activists and associates, and the armed counter-revolution had more than 1,000 dead. There were about 5,500 civilian casualties. More than 4,500 mobilized soldiers fell in the German army, almost all on the Russian front. This year also marks a turning point: for the first time, the anti-partisan side causes more casualties than the partisan side. The latter is responsible for 2,700 deaths, while the anti-partisan cause 2,500 in independent actions, and another 960 in cooperation with the occupier.

In 1945, the war lasted only four and a half months, but the bloody tax is the highest this year: all the victims, including 14,800 killed after the war (including those who died in prisons and post-war camps) were as many as 34,100. People were dying in the last fierce struggles for liberation, in concentration camps and under the hand of the victors. The structure of the victims is as follows: 7,200 partisans, about 1,000 activists, 6,200 civilians and almost 13,000 members of the armed counter-revolution, mostly home guards. That year, 83 people died based on military court rulings. Even in 1946, death was still in full swing: The total number of victims was 646. The reasons for these deaths are different. People were still dying as a result of living in camps and prisons, because of the death sentences (39 people were executed) or because of belonging to a German nationality. Of the 149 killed without trial, the majority were of German nationality.

Flattering reviews from abroad

The data obtained from this survey are as much as a third higher than the estimates valid before the survey. Its authors and performers are proud of it: it has received many flattering appraisals abroad for its accession, such as at last year's international conference in Budapest, co-organized by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. Dr. Deželak-Baricheva is still afraid for the fate of this valuable database. "A solution must be found to ensure that this database will continue to be a living organism in the future - that it will be complementary and that permanent access to it will be ensured - as the Institute alone cannot bear this burden. If the three researchers are currently working there will be no qualified historian who can perform reliable statistical analyzes in the collection, who will lose their jobs.which was certainly not the goal of the fifteen-year efforts of the researchers," warns Dr. Deželak-Baričeva.

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