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O fol e mba o dh ... te ha

O fol e mba o dh ... te ha

If we balance the achievements and failures in these 30 years that we like to call democracy, the disappointment is obviously great. If we compare reality with what we expected, we will have a cartoon ahead. If we blindly believed in the promises of politicians in these years, it is acceptable to say the joke, with a little change of our great actor Luftar Paja "it is a dream and it does not come true". But the difference between that dream and this reality is such a big gap that no normal logic accepts it. If not one brick a day, but one a month our politicians come to the building of democracy, today this Albania would not be America, but would approach it. If not one shovel per day, but one per week, the state would get its hands on the Albanian economy, today we would not be Switzerland, but we would be close to it. We are probably the only country in the world that has what a state needs to be a paradise: we have the sea and the mountains, we have the fertile field and the minerals that no one else has. But we also have farts from politicians who, as long as they are in opposition, guarantee mountains of promises to make a big difference, but when they come to power, they have little memory and become motorbikes to bring the good of Albania to their families. Not to mention the promises of the beginning of democracy that we are inflated with them, but let us mention the latter. It was the current Prime Minister himself who on the eve of the campaign promised not a few, but 300 thousand jobs, warming the hopes of Albanian families for an improvement of their daily lives. At the end of 8 years of government, such a promise has not been fulfilled. Let the elder of the country find justification as much as he wants, the people will keep the promise and not the excuses. They do not bring him any material good. Albanian children, when the father goes home for dinner, do not first ask him where he looked for a job and who lied to him from his employers, but look at how much income he brought home. They look at it from their pockets, whatever is drawn for them. We also ask this to the Prime Minister in this second term that is ending: how much did you fill our pockets? Also in the political aspect, he promised that as soon as he comes to power, he will find and punish the perpetrators of January 11 with 4 simple demonstrators killed in the middle of the boulevard. Today, after eight years, there are various excuses, while the one who is accused of this in the leading role comes out and the Serb-Serb declares that Rama himself would be shot if he crossed the fence of the Prime Ministry. To keep an eye on these statements will at least be said to have broken the hearts of those who brought you to power. If you knew that with a justice captured from the past you could not find true justice why then did you make such statements ?! And the worst thing is that even today they still stick with this cause in their mouths while in 8 years no official step was taken in search of this justice. Thankfully it was remembered on this eve of the campaign to seek restoration, but considering what happened it seems to be done for the facade. There are so many beautiful promises and actresses on the opposition side as well. Remember the home defense soap opera in Astir where the expansion of the city ring road will take place? For more than a year, in the rain and in the sun, 100-200 people from Halle gathered in the hope that they would save their homes and businesses, they clashed with law enforcement and even tried cold cells and as a result… today everything broke down. They in their resistance took inspiration from some opposition MPs, the most ardent Balliu i vogel, who came among them, made a televised statement and then went to their magnificent villas (in fact Balliu i vogel even tried the dungeon also the courtroom). There is an expression of the people full of meaning: O speak and keep o dh ... to eat. The statements of these deputies that only the houses of the people of Halle would be demolished on their bodies were blown away and when these houses were demolished and these deputies continue to be demolished, who knows where they roam on horseback. But the most scandalous in not keeping the promise is the stage with the National Theater that I feel more comfortable calling the People's Theater. It became the building built 70 years ago more important than the castle of Constantinople centuries ago. The most determined resistance fighters stayed day and night in its custody and said that they were far from politics and preserved the history of Albanian art and the destroyers stood almost like hunters waiting for prey, in this case the moment to destroy it. It was declared daily that they were far from politics, but every day they met with its leaders and the latter took part in the protest as "free citizens". They even claimed as in the demonstrations of Astiri that "only on their bodies that theater would be destroyed". And the wonder that happens with every politician promise: the moment the diggers were introduced for demolition only the brave Monica put up a bit of resistance that looked more like a pre-prepared movie scene while the others do not know where they were. The theater was demolished and no deputy body was found under the wheels of the diggers (unless such a thing happened that the life of an Albanian is worth more than the theater). The word was not kept, but the promise is not dead yet: when they come to power (on April 25 or after four years) today's opposition will set up the theater as it has been and where it has been. Is there any normal mind that believes this except the Budina brothers who as it was later learned had no motive to preserve the values ??of a cartoon theater, but to be present in the opposition lists for MPs? We are making this reminder to the Albanian citizens because we are in the electoral campaign and many promises have begun. Some seem practical and feasible, but some are utopias from the wording. The Prime Minister received the blessing of the Fier hospital from Brother Erdogan and started at least visionarily working with the foundations, but the voters do not expect only this. They want concrete program that everything is done with their future in this time of pandemic, but also when it ends. Voters expect the Prime Minister and the SP chairman to bring representatives to the new Parliament who will make laws for the good of Albania and not for their home and children. They do not want empty promises like the one for jobs, but a concrete solution. Meanwhile, they demand from the leader of the opposition a program not based on dreams that make him prime minister, but how this Albania that he calls on the verge of catastrophe and on the brink of collapse will really change. But this change is not made in the wind by promising in vain the salary of 1200 euros for doctors and bringing the income of citizens to 10 thousand euros per year. To be interested once in how many bags of money are in the National Bank and in the state treasury and how many bags he will put from his personal budget then to promise chicks on the spit. If the treasury and the bank were full, not Edi Rama, but whoever of us would be in charge of the government would increase the salaries ten times for every citizen. Gone are the days of vain promises in the air, and the time has come for even candidates to be slaves to the popular expression: stretch your legs as long as you have the quilt. And this Albanian quilt has never managed to cover the feet of the Albanians who remained Hallejians all their lives. To be interested once in how many bags of money are in the National Bank and in the state treasury and how many bags he will put from his personal budget then to promise chicks on the spit. If the treasury and the bank were full, not Edi Rama, but whoever of us would be in charge of the government would increase the salaries ten times for every citizen. Gone are the days of vain promises in the air, and the time has come for even candidates to be slaves to the popular expression: stretch your legs as long as you have the quilt. And this Albanian quilt has never managed to cover the feet of the Albanians who remained Hallejians all their lives. To be interested once in how many bags of money are in the National Bank and in the state treasury and how many bags he will put from his personal budget then to promise chicks on the spit. If the treasury and the bank were full, not Edi Rama, but whoever of us would be in charge of the government would increase the salaries ten times for every citizen. Gone are the days of vain promises in the air, and the time has come for even candidates to be slaves to the popular expression: stretch your legs as long as you have the quilt. And this Albanian quilt has never managed to cover the feet of the Albanians who remained Hallejians all their lives. Gone are the days of vain promises in the air, and the time has come for even candidates to be slaves to the popular expression: stretch your legs as much as you have the quilt. And this Albanian quilt has never managed to cover the feet of the Albanians who remained Hallejians all their lives. Gone are the days of vain promises in the air, and the time has come for even candidates to be slaves to the popular expression: stretch your legs as much as you have the quilt. And this Albanian quilt has never managed to cover the feet of the Albanians who remained Hallejians all their lives.