-It can’t be done and I don’t get involved, most people say when it comes to a union of Romanians! I have a house, a family, a car and I don’t want to waste my time. Maybe I’ll even get a job without this crisis!
He can’t imagine losing them tomorrow. That I can be left with nothing. It’s just a matter of time. Or that he saves them, but their descendants leave and they have no one to leave them. They imagine that they can survive by isolation, on their own, by good manners, without realizing that distrust, pessimism, hatred and misunderstandings reach them through the fluctuating current, through the water full of impurities, through the air more and more. poisoned, via the internet and the telephone line or on the frequencies of mobile phones. There is no solution on your own. And not for the family. It is also crushed by the confusion generated by the crisis and the Romanian-Romanian war.
-Don’t get in because we have what we need!
As long as we are not united, we have nothing! The wind of winter, the wind of poverty, the wind of bejania, the wind of dismemberment can be aroused in an instant and can beat us from all sides.
Cities are not eternal either. Neither do the countries. Even the peoples do not enjoy the guarantee of eternity. Without union, they also did not ensure survival in time. The history of human civilization is full of the names of extinct peoples who thought themselves immortal. The Romanian-Romanian war is the fastest way to reach their list. The eternity of nations does not come naturally. It is a product resulting from an effort coming from a self-awareness. Peoples and countries defend themselves and build their journey through time or go extinct.
In the years of communism, many of us chose the solution of non-involvement. That’s why it lasted so long and was so relentless!
Many of us said:
-I don’t interfere!
For me, the reaction of a man watching a fight between two neighbors remains eloquent.
-I’m a worker and I don’t get involved!
He gave a social appearance to his cowardice, his stupidity, his lack of courage and involvement.
Because we did not speak openly about the dysfunctions and aberrations of the system, we kept believing that we were saved by silence, by cowardice, by complicity. Some, even by support! The bravest, who wanted to cross the paralyzing threshold of resignation, were exhausted by the community or the Security. Sometimes even the cowardice of the family.
-If you interfere, we all suffer! I’ll kick you out, hang up our phone, we can’t go abroad anymore, the child will be the black sheep of the school….
The culmination is that after the end of that hell, many of us thought we could move on, without putting ashes on our heads, without asking for forgiveness. And I converted much of the unrecognized and unresolved guilt into a secret, cunning, nicely packed hate reaction into a fear of taking over. We have chosen the freedom to hate and foolishly oppose anything, only out of a desire to get rid of the past.
More cowardly than the sentence “I don’t want to have problems!” nothing sounds in Romanian.
We easily gave up history, the traditions of our parents, their habits from our grandparents and great-grandparents.
Governments can be better or worse at managing our resentments. And they come out in front of us, barking like a scapegoat for the indecision (fear or laziness) of getting involved in the search for a solution. Governments offer us a culprit on the tray to justify each of us why we fail, why we are not successful, why our country is always at the tail end of Europe. With our support, our governments and governments become just the false agenda of all. They are the ideal explanation for our dissatisfaction, for the lack of courage and organization, for the illusory unity left only at the level of the Romanian language. He urges us and entices us to be content with the straw in the eyes of others, perched on the stairs of responsibility. Governments give us an excuse to say that the culprit is always someone else. Somewhere outside of us. Ours as a family, as a profession, as a locality, as a city, as a country. It’s always someone else’s fault! The Russians, the coward, the bastard! In fact, they all hide our helplessness, our inaction, our lack of decision, our solidarity, our contempt for altruism, our involvement, our inability to unite as a people, to behave like an impregnable city.
The unity of a community is not a gift. It’s being built! The union of 1859 was a project and the result of an organizing effort. The top people put their shoulder to the wheel and Romania won in power. At the first Union the flowering of the country began. The second Union of Romanians, the Great Union, brought the most spectacular trigger of creative energies. The Great Union was not just a union of territories and populations. It also brought an extraordinary confluence of energies. Today’s Romania is, for the most part, the fruit of the unification of the Romanians of those years and of the energies launched then.
The Second World War and communism destroyed what could lift us up among the leading peoples of Europe, installing dihonia, isolation, hatred, suspicion, fear and disengagement as a way of life. We could not completely separate ourselves from the communist past. We did not cut a gap between the fears of that time and our new way of being. Dihonia and hatred remained the negative energies that continue to grind us.
Without a relaunch of the union of the Romanians, of their solidarity, we have nothing to claim. We cannot remove what separates us or what prevents us from developing. The promises of political parties without our mobilization to become a nation and a united people make no money. They spread only illusions and deepen the discontent of the population, spreading an ugly cloth over the country.
The fault of our unification is, after all, of all.
And together, through a process of solidarity, we could remove it!
Source: Cotidianul RO by www.cotidianul.ro.
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