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Opinion / Editorial

It is not a shame to be a communist, it is a shame to steal and exploit others

It is not a shame to be a communist, it is a shame to steal and exploit others

The great scientist, Albert Einstein, said: "I have never been a communist, but even if I had been, I would not be ashamed of it." I once again brought to mind this opinion of this personality, since a group of deputies, supposedly democrats, have presented to the Parliament an initiative for the decommunization of the country, focusing especially on all the films and every artistic thing produced before '90. This initiative means holding the snake in the breast like corruption and trying to remove the horseshoe from a dead horse. Those honest communists who remain in Albania today are the true democrats. These employees of the Parliament, that you cannot call them MPs, want to revive fascism in the name of decommunization. Sons of scumbags who collaborated with the occupier and fascism, don't be proud of the past, but to lower their heads and apologize to the people. Today, there are no communists in Albania anymore, there is a communist mentality, which we find in these pseudo-democrats. Even today, when there is neither a true left nor right in our country, a communist alternative would soften capitalist greed to some extent. There are few honest communists, but the fact that even the parties they belong to are divided into three, shows that they are more interested in gaining privileges than defending communist ideas. This was also shown by the fact, when the party of the late Miloshi, combined the votes in the 2015 local government elections with those of the Democratic Party, which also includes these scoundrels of fascism who take such initiatives today. I had a coffee one day with a chairman of the Communist Party of a district, which owns shops and has rented some apartments. "We must increase the ranks of the communists - he told me that a great evil threatens the country." And what kind of communist are you - I told him, communists are stripped of property and privileges. While you invested millions, you use some workers who are enslaved for a ridiculous salary. And I brought as an example some of the patriots who fought the ANCL War, such as Haxhi Lleshi, Enver Hoxha, Manush Muftiu, Ymer Dishnica, Omer Nishani, Myslim Peza, who had the privileges and donated to the war to bring freedom to everyone, while you use the policy today to add your privileges. Let's face it, what danger have Berisha, Basha, Alibeaj, Paloka, Noka, Pampuri seen in these thirty years of democracy from communism, apart from being enriched to the point of saturation. Why is communism to blame for the Meta family, the oligarchs who were born in democracy, they spend millions on plastic surgery, they add villas and mansions every day and continue to beat those who have no bread to eat every day!? I don't know which is more shameful, being an honest communist, having your own convictions, or stealing, committing corruption, exploiting the sweat of others. Movies from the time of communism, and everything else good that system had, carry on a wonderful tradition and are not banned, neither by order nor by law. We are pluralistic and everyone sees and lives according to their tastes. There are many works and creations circulating in the market today, with communist, fascist, sexist content, according to the ideas and wishes of those who wrote them, but the parliament cannot stand up and stop them, as the Central Committee once did with the "Red Pashalars". "of Kadare. "Monism films make communist propaganda and are ruining our youth" - say the pseudo-democratic initiators. We ask the "lovers" of education, who harms the young the most, the communist film "The Return of the Dead Army" based on the motifs of Kadare's novel, or the show "Puputhen", the film "Like all the others", or "Rapists" , the movie "In every season", or "Cape of Temptations", "Tale from the past" or "Two fingers honey!" Who spoils young people, the discussions in the movie "Autumn Rains", or the promiscuous discussions of some deputies in the parliament!" How can you stop the pearl poems of Kadare and Agolli and allow, and even honor with an award, such a mess as the book "Vrima!" The Albanian viewer is wise enough to distinguish between value and anti-value. Whoever tries, from the villas of Lalzi or Farka, to undo the tradition, it cannot shake a hair, neither the glorious National Liberation War nor the artistic creativity of the socialist era. If the democratic "geniuses" are able to make a better film than "At the beginning of summer", "Concert in the year 36", "The second of November", "In our house", "Who dies walking", then the Albanian viewer will automatically forget these monisms. Look at how the television scenes are filled every night, with terms and sex scenes. Even an intellectual demanded that we make the Albanian language sexy for the students! Communism had its evils, but capitalism too, never mind who is an angel. Georges Wolinski, the cartoonist of the French magazine "Charlie", who was executed by terrorists, wrote: "The question is, whether we prefer to be oppressed by communism, or to be exploited by capitalism." neither the glorious National Liberation War nor the artistic creativity of the socialist era. If the democratic "geniuses" are able to make a better film than "At the beginning of summer", "Concert in the year 36", "The second of November", "In our house", "Who dies walking", then the Albanian viewer will automatically forget these monisms. Look at how the television scenes are filled every night, with terms and sex scenes. Even an intellectual demanded that we make the Albanian language sexy for the students! Communism had its evils, but capitalism too, never mind who is an angel. Georges Wolinski, the cartoonist of the French magazine "Charlie", who was executed by terrorists, wrote: "The question is, whether we prefer to be oppressed by communism, or to be exploited by capitalism." neither the glorious National Liberation War nor the artistic creativity of the socialist era. If the democratic "geniuses" are able to make a better film than "At the beginning of summer", "Concert in the year 36", "The second of November", "In our house", "Who dies walking", then the Albanian viewer will automatically forget these monisms. Look at how the television scenes are filled every night, with terms and sex scenes. Even an intellectual demanded that we make the Albanian language sexy for the students! Communism had its evils, but capitalism too, never mind who is an angel. Georges Wolinski, the cartoonist of the French magazine "Charlie", who was executed by terrorists, wrote: "The question is, whether we prefer to be oppressed by communism, or to be exploited by capitalism." If the democratic "geniuses" are able to make a better film than "At the beginning of summer", "Concert in the year 36", "The second of November", "In our house", "Who dies walking", then the Albanian viewer will automatically forget these monisms. Look at how the television scenes are filled every night, with terms and sex scenes. Even an intellectual demanded that we make the Albanian language sexy for the students! Communism had its evils, but capitalism too, never mind who is an angel. Georges Wolinski, the cartoonist of the French magazine "Charlie", who was executed by terrorists, wrote: "The question is, whether we prefer to be oppressed by communism, or to be exploited by capitalism." If the democratic "geniuses" are able to make a better film than "At the beginning of summer", "Concert in the year 36", "The second of November", "In our house", "Who dies walking", then the Albanian viewer will automatically forget these monisms. Look at how the television scenes are filled every night, with terms and sex scenes. Even an intellectual demanded that we make the Albanian language sexy for the students! Communism had its evils, but capitalism too, never mind who is an angel. Georges Wolinski, the cartoonist of the French magazine "Charlie", who was executed by terrorists, wrote: "The question is, whether we prefer to be oppressed by communism, or to be exploited by capitalism." then the Albanian viewer will automatically forget these monisms. Look at how the television scenes are filled every night, with terms and sex scenes. Even an intellectual demanded that we make the Albanian language sexy for the students! Communism had its evils, but capitalism too, never mind who is an angel. Georges Wolinski, the cartoonist of the French magazine "Charlie", who was executed by terrorists, wrote: "The question is, whether we prefer to be oppressed by communism, or to be exploited by capitalism." then the Albanian viewer will automatically forget these monisms. Look at how the television scenes are filled every night, with terms and sex scenes. Even an intellectual demanded that we make the Albanian language sexy for the students! Communism had its evils, but capitalism too, never mind who is an angel. Georges Wolinski, the cartoonist of the French magazine "Charlie", who was executed by terrorists, wrote: "The question is, whether we prefer to be oppressed by communism, or to be exploited by capitalism."