Sunday, April 12, 2009

Everyone is involved

“Everyone is involved. Everyone.” (“The International”)

If you think that only movies can give you the scoop of how dirty and corrupted can intelligence agencies and government officials come when it comes down to defending their key positions, think again!

Moldova, the only ex-soviet country where the communist party was able to govern the country after the Perestroyka until now, has been for almost a week a nationwide arena of dirty tricks, provocations and mass manipulation.

The results presented after processing 100% votes have proven shocking for the population. The Communist Party has accumulated 49,48% votes. THAT MEANS 1 OF 2 MOLDOVANS VOTED COMMUNISTS!

As a sign of disagreement with the results, the progressive youth and young specialists who have seen for their country a democratic future have initiated a peaceful protest action on evening of April, 6. As the authorities paid no attention to them, those who were concerned, young, middle aged and old people alike, have gathered the next morning in front of the governmental buildings for a peaceful protest, but as a result of a series of provocations the noble idea of defending their rights of fair elections has turned into a terrible act of vandalism.

Although the Statutory Law of Moldovan Secret Service Officers allows officers to use force when strategic objectives under their protection such as parliament and presidency buildings are attacked, the authorities have not reacted according to the law. Instead, a group of young cadets and trainees were brought under the wrath of instigators, dressed in civilian clothes. Their superiors directed the actions from away giving these young people no support. The crowd did not want the defenders of the buildings to suffer, screaming” Un, doi, politia cu noi!” which means “Police, please consider our side!” and making a free corridor for them to retreat from the building in case they would decide to do so. The people who just wanted their democratic rights to be respected realized that the call of honor held the policemen in place and didn’t want them to suffer, quite weird for a “mob of enraged, drunk children” as they were presented by biased national media, don’t you think?!!!

Further on, the scandalous “fact” of planting the flags of EU and Romania on the roof of the Parliament building also proved itself as a fraud. The door that leads on the top of building is made of steel and only 3 officials have the key to it. HOW IS IT POSSIBLE THAT UNPREPARED PEOPLE COULD FORCE IT??

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look closer to the man next to the youngsters planting the flag, he is wearing a policeman hat!!!

According to sources within the parliament’s collaborators, a few days before the “sudden attack ” the officials were told to archive their most important documents and the ladies were told to wear low heeled shoes that would allow them to run quickly.

Although the opposition leaders have openly called to cease violence and destructions, a group of people who CLEARLY didn’t come there to protect their democratic values, continued vandalizing the buildings.

What could cause young people to be so violent?? Maybe the FREE LIQUOR and DOUBTFUL CONTENT CIGARETTES given away FOR FREE from an army vehicle with Transnistrian license plates that has hidden behind the Government Building, where the official forces have concentrated!

There are video proofs that Parliament was set on fire FROM INSIDE. And why the fire fighters that were next to the Parliament building watch the fire with a smile on their face, instead of putting it off?

This terrible list goes on and on. What happened on April, 7 was nothing but a monstrous mocking of the constitutional right for peaceful demonstrations and free expression of opinion (art. 32 and art. 40 Constitution of Republic of Moldova). And it was only the beginning of a series of repressions, threats, abuses and other crimes against humanity and democracy. These crimes were documented on tape, seen by eye witnesses but ignored by officials. YET!

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