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Politicians, we must heal ourselves!
Written by Gjon Neçaj 5 Dhjetor 2022
The first thing we talk about when we meet each other is undoubtedly the question "how are you?" But as Churchill said, who is optimistic sees the opportunity precisely in difficult times. Then, what should be done? So above everything in a person is health, on which then depends a normal life and the conditions to live and work normally. But, given the political and media events of the last few days, we have come to a conclusion that we are sick, but unfortunately not sick from the health side, but from the mental side. Supporting the government for the initiated reforms, today's opposition and yesterday's majority are "like guts on embers" charging this government with various epithets, such as "mafia", "criminal", "crime government", and its ministers since the beginning of the nineties had just taken the steps in life, 'communists', 'Enveristas', etc., etc. Likewise, the media, some of which are national, discuss the legalization of marijuana, hashish and other drugs. Those journalists and presenters should know that for 30 years in a row the Albanian society has been "drugged", and therefore we are where we are, instead of counting, let the young Albanians use drugs, oil wherever they want. we finish. We have heard so far extreme culminations of actions from the most banal ones, to the action of the last days of the son with his mother in a drunken state, and others and others. Albanian society and policy makers are not prepared to stigmatize to the point of freely allowing deadly substances, infecting not only our youth, but also society in general. So my mind tells me that we are mentally ill when we undertake such initiatives. We have carefully followed the actions of our politicians in the parliament, mainly the opposition, the statements but also the media writings of the analysts, it seems that something that is in order and on the right path, is suppressed, underestimated, and these hallucinations of these evil mouths , simply, are inexplicable. Fortunately, political and socio-economic developments do not depend on these little souls, because Albania is not their personal property. And, with all this, educational, political, economic developments, that is, social developments in general, do not depend on these pseudo-politicians. So are we, the Albanian society, sick? This without a doubt. This is not even worth mentioning. Now, we must find the medicine to recover from this disease, and the sovereign trusts the governing majority. But who will heal us? Who are they who will administer the general social developments? We Albanians have not yet formed as a nation in the full sense of the word. Albanians still do not have a national program that would emancipate them in terms of raising national consciousness, for their own protection, not to attack others. We still have problems with our identity. Politicians are entirely at the service of politics "for themselves" and not for the electorate. The pandemic, which is now approaching the second anniversary of its arrival on the global stage, has radically transformed our lives in this part of the world both near and far from Europe. From the Balkans, we have seen Europe and Europeans at their best and worst. Like nature, politics hates a vacuum, and hardly anyone can deny that the energy of joining Europe, which years ago weighed on the hearts and peoples, today has taken the form of melancholy.