Is the National Party reborn?

Finally, the harassment in the PNL also raises water. Ludovic Orban, a profiteer like his colleagues, understands that the wave of opportunism of the liberals, led by Klaus Iohannis, is so great that it drowns, sweeps or buries it.

All the liberals formed a flock of yes-man clubs around Cîțu. Not because man is smart, handsome, or strong. It’s nothing useful to us. He is only a servant to Klaus Iohannis, who, in turn, is a pedantic servant of the wave of Westernism mimicked in Romania under the pressure of Europe.

Can someone show us at least one idea that belongs to the president or prime minister? Something Romanian, something independent, autonomous, brave, to raise them in the eyes of Europeans or at least in the eyes of Romanians. The president is a pale shadow of Germany in Romania by its very nature. He does not think differently and does not think identically. He just doesn’t think or care. It’s enough for him to be president. He practices the politics of dandelion, of nodding, of snowdrops blooming with European spring.

And because his cruel, rigid, often terrible spirit shares justice, fasts, ascents, and collapses, the whole bunch of PNL servants gathered around him like incubator chicks around and under the feathers of a mute and threatening nest.

Late after all, after playing in the same style and speaking the same European wooden language, refusing to think about his language, Ludovic Orban finally woke up. And he realized that he is alone enough to wonder where the truth is, where he still has a loophole and how he could face this internationalist wave that has fallen across Romania, even in the chatter of secretaries and drivers from Cotroceni and Piata. Victory.

His speech on Monday, since the election (betrayal) of Monica Anisie (which he fully deserves!) Could change both his life and the party. It really means something to Romania!

“Since 1875, the PNL has been the engine of Romania’s development and we must remain so, but we must be the National Liberal Party, strongly anchored in our history, in our traditions, in specific customs, in maintaining the identity and personality of the Romanian people. We must be a party that is strongly connected to the church, a party that promotes Christian morality as the foundation of public morality. We must be a party that supports all the traditional values ​​of the Romanians, values ​​such as the family, the church, the Romanian village, the community. We are a party that is never allowed to forget its past. We must be the party to fight, as Brătianu fought in the peace negotiations, risking his position as prime minister in order to defend Romania’s fundamental interests in front of any partner, both at European and international level. . We must promote Romania’s image, Romania’s interests, to truly transform Romania into a respected, appreciated partner, who has a hard word to say and a partner who has the strength to reach their strengths in the partnership we have. both at NATO and EU level. “

Do you know what this tone and this return of a party leader to Romanian values ​​means? In one move, the whole gang around Cîțu was pushed into the semantic and ideological fields of the Comintern, into the turbulent waves of a lazy internationalism, pumped across the ocean and taken over by European and Romanian leaders.

Late and unexpected, Ludovic Orban gave it to the voice of the Romanian people. He raised the flag of a national party within the PNL. The Foreign Party, represented today by President Iohannis, the Prime Minister and the “reformist” group, finally has a declared opponent with a program.

I do not expect this new position to be immediately embraced by President Iohannis, although it should. He is the president of Romania, not of Sibiu, not of the Olt Valley. Unfortunately, he never played the patriotic card. She doesn’t know, she doesn’t feel, and I wouldn’t risk too much if I said she despised her. He also did not agree with the celebration of the Treaty of Trianon, he did what he could to get the anniversary of the Centenary of the Great Union erased, and in Burxelles he was not able to formulate any Romanian position (idea).

Only now is it seen that he thinks the same as Dan Barna and is of the same thick fabric as Dacian Cioloș, as Ghinea, Cîțu and Turcan, as Băsescu, Coldea, Maior, Dâncu and Elena Udrea. Their connections with Romania are only of domicile and income. No more!

I don’t know what future a “national” spirit has in a PNL that remains a simple “national” and “Romanian” packaging. All interests push the PNL elections in the direction of a European control over the liberals, the Government and Romania.

Will Ludovic Orban win the dispute for the PNL leadership or will he lose, but will he attract a larger part of the Romanian population to his side? I don’t know and I don’t want to guess.

It may be a little late for the PNL elections!

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