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"To hit the sky with two fingers"
Written by Klevis Bakillari 1 Prill 2023
Albanian society is often considered unstructured. Arguments are given such as: conditioning in adaptability for survival against invasions over the centuries, internal conflicts of political nature, temptation to the temptations of potential invaders, the rise and fall of the pashalars, the rise and end of feudalism and the class war in totalitarianism and its reformation in post-communism . In any way we look at it, more than unstructured, the Albanian society is a subverted society, or one that has suffered or carried out continuous subversions. Because of these natural 'upheavals', class inheritance has been made impossible and a leading or integrating layer has not been fixed. In the conditions of these stratified turbulences of society and the lack of an orientation that we still manage to find today, we can say with conviction that more than unstructured, Albanian society is a fluid society. This fluid society has adapted to unexpected conditions and has taken the form of the existential vessel of survival in which it is found. However, in the unstoppable socio-political vortex, the society has been held strong around a unitary element which may have enabled its continuation or existence. This element is the 'good reaction to evil'. Albanian society reacted well and cautiously when it protected the territory to the historical events of the Slavic invasions, when during the Ottoman occupation it protected the language, when during the royal bourgeoisie it protected the parliamentary fighting spirit and especially during the monist system it protected the consciousness of freedom as the sense of the interception of democracy. It continued to perfect the conduct of democracy by advocating Western orientation. Western and patriotic political ideals have been and remain strong for Albanians. It is unacceptable to claim the opposite if we know the historical path of Albania. However, even though with a burning European zeal, the society has not yet succeeded in carrying out the proper, qualitative democratic integration. To cut short this issue, sociologists and analysts blame the Albanian society, that is, the mass, for this arrhythmia of social, political and economic development. So, the actions of the mass have caused Albania as a whole to lose the pace of development, compared to the surrounding countries. I don't think this reasoning holds up. First, today the surrounding countries are not in our integration step. If we trace the Albanian historical path, we will see that it has always had the western direction. In every aspect. The issue is how this will of society has been treated, in specific stages, by the political classes. Albanians are very interactive, vital and love progress, order after development. However, the historical journey has had stationary deformations. This is because of the 'steering class', i.e. the political class which, like the whole mass, has emerged from social upheavals. As such, the leading classes at different stages have also changed the historical stations in the journey of the Albanian state. It is not worth mentioning them because we cannot change the past, but we can build the future. Compared to all the political-social orders that exist in the world, the democratic order guarantees us the right freedoms to act and correct everything that was done wrong or was undone in the past. Because democracy guarantees and protects by law conscious freedom for everyone. Post-communism will remain for a long time in the collective and historical memory, as a phase of chaos and internal political amateurism. We inherited the supremacy of the 'tough' and cultivated the cult of the individual. We sowed nepotism and reaped corruption. With political and selective orders, we attacked the works of our ancestors, we attacked property, we violated the freedom of others, we destroyed our heritage like crazy. Time to finally separate from division, noise and extortion. We must create resilience and legacies so that we no longer experience overwhelming social upheaval. Exposure to aggressive historical circumstances has magnified the role of political elites. They are seen as God, as saviors! These situations have given super power and super power to the political elites, which have often turned into internal conquerors! On the other hand, this phenomenon has increased the opportunity within the society. This increased opportunity has been used by political elites to materialize their will. A will in favor of minorities and backstage! The best time to make corrections is today. This is due to the fact that in our western horizon, today we see Europe, approaching. We are in the transformative phase of democracy, shaping it as a political-social order regulated by rules. Albania needs space where competitive oppositionism can develop. This opposition, which has the property problem in its genetics, has usurped this space without permission. Time to give space to cultural life, so that the life of Albanians is not empty and creates a viral addiction to regressive politics and surrealism! All these defects, we have fish from the political and media sharks. At the collective level, we are what we consume medially and politically. Time to pull you back, the superpower given to mediocre political media and violent politicians, who with their irresistible appetite, have led Albanian society to a cultural anorexia and political apathy. Time not to remain consumers, but to become political consumers. So that society does not remain a subject that takes the shape of the vessel into which it is thrown, we must abandon and abolish the actors of the post-communist nightmare. We cannot approach Europe without leaving the destructive politicians! We know how to react well to evil because we know that to poke the sky with two fingers means stupidity.