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Opinion / Editorial

Neoballists who want to leave Albania without history

Neoballists who want to leave Albania without history

A few years ago, when Agron Tufa, the former director of the Institute for the Study of the Crimes of Communism, an ordinary slanderer, fraudster and plagiarist (Albanian-thief) suggested that Albanian films from the time of socialism should no longer be shown, or even burned, and when many people took it as an aberration of an unbalanced person, we, the Presidency of the National Organization of Martyrs of the Fatherland, reacted strongly. I expressed myself even more harshly when we read the books published by this so-called institute directed by him, where the main leaders of the National Liberation War were accused of being criminals, even going so far as to call many Heroes and Martyrs of this War criminals. Regardless of any barking in books or media by a guy like Teodor Kareco who calls the Martyrs of the Fatherland "the black page of the nation" or any ballistics who calls the partisans of the National Liberation War criminals, we have not deigned to deal with them, because those who bark on the streets will be dealt with by the Municipality... We are concerned about the anti-Albanian actions and attitudes maintained and defended by any institution, party or organization (supported by Albanian tax payers' money), such as the Institute for the Study of the Crimes of Communism or, more recently, by the Group Half-cock parliamentarian of the DP, headed by Enkelejd Alibeaj. A long time ago, inspired by an imitation of the comedy The Prefect, some politicians or some employees of the Institute for the Study of the Crimes of Communism started a campaign for the decommunization of Albania, but without saying concrete things, how and what should be done... It seemed as if this problem was forgotten, and a few days ago we heard and read about an initiative undertaken by E. Alibeaj's half-cock Parliamentary Grouping of the DP (we define it as his grouping, because we do not we are finding out how many groups and subgroups this party has...) for the decommunization of Albania. It is true that in the former socialist countries of Europe initiatives have been taken and laws approved for decommunization, but none of these countries have acted as proposed in the presented draft law. In none of these countries has everything created in the years of socialism been sought and destroyed. On the contrary, as we will say below, there were no monuments, busts, names of streets or institutions bearing the names of Martyrs of the war against Nazi-fascism. films shot in that period continue to be shown there, exhibitions of works of visual art created in that period are opened, works of that time continue to be published and read, etc. With this initiative that Alibeaj and Co. for the decommunization of Albania, reminds Putin and Co. of Russia who want to de-Nazify Ukraine with tanks, cannons and airplanes, but they, by law, reach that point, so it can be said without fear that its approval and implementation would lead to the de-Albanianization of Albania, leaving Albania without papers, no writings, no commemorative dates, no films and many works of visual art, no monuments, etc. that is, to leave it without memory, without history.....and to do what the foreign conquerors have failed to do during many centuries. We don't deal with people's biographies, include the members of this group who have presented this draft law, but we know that, as they themselves have declared, Enkeleid Alibeaj is the grandson of the master criminal Isa Toska, while Helidon Bushati is the grandson of the collaborator Maliq Bushati, former Prime Minister during the fascist occupation, for which he, in the election campaign for MP in the Assembly, declared that "I will follow the path and example of Malik Bushati". From the beginning, we emphasize that this draft law contradicts the positions and decisions of important international institutions. At the beginning of the 90s, when laws for decommunization were approved in the former socialist countries and there was a tendency for collective punishments, The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe approved the Resolution "On measures to eliminate the legacies of former totalitarian communist systems" which condemned the principle of collective responsibility, stating that "It accepts the mechanism of lustration together with the principles of the rule of law, where individual guilt must be proven in individual path. No one should be subjected to lustration just for belonging to any organization in the service of the former communist regimes or for activities that at that time were legal, from the point of view of the law of that country and international law". Even the EU and the UN viewed the lustration laws in these countries very carefully, and the only measure that was welcomed by all international institutions at the time was the opening of files. In 1995, when the DP was in power and had an absolute majority in the Assembly, it approved the law "On Genocide and crimes against humanity committed in Albania during the communist rule for political, ideological and religious motives" the international reaction was immediate, demanding its cancellation . It is known how his fate went, before long it was canceled as a law because it was not in accordance with the reality and the requirements of international institutions. We emphasize that in no former socialist country of Eastern Europe has such a law been approved, no party, even the most anti-communist ones, have had the courage to draft a draft law such as that of Alibeaj and Co. Decommunization in those countries began with the opening of archives, the prohibition of the use of communist symbols, removing the monuments of the classics of Marxism-Leninism and other communist leaders, removing the names of the streets that bore their names or of the communist leaders of these countries, etc. In almost all these countries, "Institutes of National Memory" were created, as social and non-state institutions, etc. We point out that in these countries, with the exception of any problems that arise over time, decommunization is considered complete. Czechoslovakia (after the split, the Czech Republic) is considered a model for the decommunization of the country. It was the first country to approve the law "On the time of lack of freedom", according to which the violations of human rights in the period 1948-1989 were recognized. According to this law, every Czechoslovak citizen had the right to familiarize himself with the archives of the secret services. Also, according to him, it was banned for 5 years that former security and police associates, high-ranking officials of the Communist Party, etc. to occupy leadership positions in the Czechoslovak state. After the separation of Czechoslovakia, in the Czech Republic, this law was extended until 2010. We emphasize that in Czechoslovakia and later in the Czech Republic, there was no "witch hunt". Thus, for example, no one left the Czech administration, with the exception of former associates of the secret services. Regardless of the words that are said, in Article 1 of the proposed law that "The purpose of this law is...to achieve social peace, reconciliation and national unity..." in reality this project would further deepen the division among Albanians. He wants to destroy everything created and built in those years, in every field of life, in architecture, cinematography, literature and in general in art, culture, etc., but with a Byzantine cunning seeks not only to level all the monuments, busts, even the cemeteries of the Martyrs of the Motherland, but to extinguish from memory the National Liberation War and possibly rehabilitate the collaborators and collaborators of the Nazi-fascist invaders. For many reasons, communist ideas penetrated Albania late and practically did not occupy much space in the consciousness of Albanians. Despite the fact that the Communist Party was put in charge of the National Liberation War, the overwhelming majority of Albanians took up the rifle and fought for freedom, for liberation from the invaders and their collaborators and not for the installation of the socialist system, for which they had no idea. Despite many mistakes, faults and crimes that were committed during that system, in the years of what is called the period of socialism, Albania recognized positive achievements. Thus, that system found Albania with 900 thousand inhabitants and left it with 3.5 million (Today not even half are left in Albania) in those years blood feuds were stopped, illiteracy disappeared and education spread to the deepest areas, diseases disappeared such as malaria, syphilis etc. by taking the health service to the deepest areas, women were emancipated, factories, combines and hydropower plants were built, Albania was electrified, art and culture developed, etc. but very bad things were also done, such as the class war, the punishment of many innocent people or for a word of mouth, the isolation from the outside world, the extreme order of the economic situation that led the Albanians to poverty, etc. etc. These and many others were the reasons why the Albanians rose up en masse for the overthrow of that system and the establishment of a democratic system. In reality, the decommunization of Albania had already begun in the era of socialism. At the end of the 80s, Albania was clinging to a house that could barely stand, it was enough to throw a foundation stone and it would collapse. And this was very clearly seen in July 1990, when thousands of people entered the embassies, which showed that practically that system had collapsed. It was enough for the daily movement of the students for the system to crumble, and despite not declaring it, the Labor Party had closed its mission, although it won the majority in the March 31 elections.....It should be emphasized that that system, as it was implemented "ate itself" and as it proved in practice, it was overthrown in a short time in all European countries, where Albania was the last. Before the Democratic Party came to power, the "decommunization" of Albania began. Slogans "To destroy everything left by communism", "White check", "Shock therapy" etc. incited the Laraman mobs to destroy everything, factories and plants, irrigation and drainage canals, to loot warehouses and warehouses...which deepened even more after the arrival of a power. Remember the infamous Article 24/1, according to everyone, all the "unwanted" were fired, actions that had not happened in any former socialist country. They were not satisfied with these, but they released the monuments and busts of the Martyrs, their cemeteries, and even invented the Civil War. They began to attack and accuse the Martyrs of the Motherland, the partisans, those who had fought the war that liberated Albania, they began to heroize and decorate the traitors and collaborators of the invaders..... Of course, all the communist symbols disappeared, the monuments and busts of Enver Hoxha and other ALP leaders were destroyed, the works of Hoxha and other communist leaders were removed from circulation, etc. All the communist leaders of that time were imprisoned and sentenced, etc. which had not happened in any other former socialist country. Albania was almost decommunized, but in contrast to other former socialist countries, no party that has been in power these 30 years has agreed to open the archives of the secret services... The question rightly arises: what is left in Albania from that Alibeaj e Co. system and seed. to decommunize. With the exception of some nostalgic people, no one wants the return of that system, on the contrary, most want the democratization of Albania. But they have trouble elsewhere. They want to erase from the memory of Albanians every trace of those 50 years, in the first place, everything related to the Anti-Fascist National Liberation War, to rehabilitate the traitors and collaborators of fascism, to destroy novels and poems, films and music, monuments, busts and commemorative plaques, in short to leave Albania without history... they left nothing unsaid and slandered against the National Liberation War, against those who fought the war, against its leaders and against the Martyrs, now by law they want to extinguish every trace of it. They want to remove the names of the Martyrs from streets and institutions, raze cemeteries, destroy monuments, busts and commemorative plaques, ban any literary, cinematographic or visual art work, etc. etc. actions unheard of anywhere in the world....and all this in the name of decommunization. (see Articles 7, 11 and 12). Without talking about the values ??of this war that not only connected us with the Anti-Fascist Coalition and saved Albania from further fragmentation, we want to remind some of these traitors and collaborators of the Nazi-fascist invaders some examples of how those who gave their lives in this war are treated in other countries. war. Let's start with R. ?eke, known as a model for decommunism. Near Prague is the village of Lidice, burned and razed by the German invaders, where all males over 15 years old were killed. A magnificent human-sized monument has been erected there, where thousands of people go every year to commemorate that event, not to mention millions of foreign tourists. At the entrance to Prague's central railway station, the names of railway workers shot by the German invaders are written in golden letters. The name of the Czech communist journalist Julius Fu?ik, the author of the book "Reportage with a rope at the throat" (translated into 90 languages ??of the world) is known in Europe and beyond, but even though he was a staunch communist, his monument today is located in the middle of Prague. In our neighbor, in Italy, on the wall of the Bologna library is written: Emilia Romano-3 million inhabitants, 14,425 partisans fought, 2,059 people were killed, 954 people were wounded, 2,350 people were shot, 829 people died in concentration camps. In the Paris Metro, a station bears the name Gi Moke of the 17-year-old communist, shot by the Germans. Before the shooting, he wrote a letter to his mother, in which he wrote, among other things, "I will be killed." First of all, I want to ask you, my mother, to remain a woman. I know how to stay. My life of 17 and a half years has been short. Of course I want to live. But what I wish from the bottom of my heart is that my death serves something great". Books and films continue to be written about it. President Sarkozy ordered that Gi Moke's letter be read in all French schools... Even we Albanians have our own Gi Moke, a 17-year-old, shot by the Germans in the infamous Pristina camp, who the night before the shooting wrote "He is killed from Germans Nuri Bushati from Shkodra. 17 years old. Flourish my Motherland". The Italians, the French, the Czechs and all the peoples of Europe are proud of their sons who gave their lives in the war against Nazi-fascism, but Alibeaj and Co. they want to forget the name of Nuri Bushati and thousands of others who gave their lives for the liberation of the Motherland, to forget the name of Qemal Stafa, the inimitable young man for his idealism, intelligence, talent and bravery, who was killed like men with rifles in hand. They remove the busts, the name of the school and destroy everything related to your name and that of his friends. They want to destroy every book that talks about the National Liberation War or is related to that 50-year period of Albania's history. They want to burn the books of Ismail Kadare, Dritëro Agolli and many other writers and poets, just like the German Nazis did. They want to burn hundreds of films, to forget the extraordinary actors Loro Kovaçi, Kadri Roshi, Sander Prosi, Tinka Kurti, Robert Ndrenika, Margarita Xhepa, Rikard Ljarja, Roza Anagnosti, and many others, to forget the names of Prek Jakova, the composer of the opera first Albanian "Mrika", of ?esk Zadeja and Tish Daisa, Kujtim Laros, Ferdinand Dedas, Aleksandër Lalos etc., to raze the "Mother Albania" monuments, of the "Five Heroes" and many other monuments just because they have a star, they want to destroy the mosaic of the National Museum with a red star (we recommend these neoballists to go see the Palace of Culture in Dresden restored before 2- 3 years, where on the front page there is a restored mosaic, similar and in size to that of the National Museum where, among others, a red star shines). They want to prohibit by law that people do not commemorate any historical event or date that links to the National Liberation War, that people do not gather in Peza to commemorate the Conference of Peza, the National Unity Conference, that no battle against the invaders be commemorated, to be extinguished from the memory of Albanians May 5 and any date related to the events of the war or the fall of the Martyrs of the Motherland. How to put a lid on all this crap, Alibeaj and Co. propose that the Institute for the Study of Crimes and Consequences of Communism in Albania "supervises and takes measures for the implementation of this law" and that "the administrative acts issued by this Institute ... are final". This proposal seems unbelievable when it is known that at the head of that institute is a ballistician who declared orally and in writing against the National Liberation War, its partisans and its Martyrs, otherwise as the people say "you hang the wolf's livers on the neck". But let Alibeaj and Co. be clear. that history cannot be undone no matter how hard the descendants of the collaborators of the Nazi-fascist invaders try,