Isn’t Klaus Iohannis a “red plague”?

First of all, do I suggest we see together where the “red plague / black plague” comes from?

“The Black Death or Black Plague was a bubonic plague pandemic that occurred in Afro-Eurasia between 1346-1353. It is the pandemic that has recorded the most deaths in human history, killing 75-200 million people in Eurasia and North Africa, reaching its peak in Europe between 1347 and 1351. Bubonic plague is caused by the bacterium Yersinia pestis, which it could also cause sepsis or pneumonic plague ”. (Wikipedia)

The political significance was outlined by the Elie Wiesel Institute:

The Elie Wiesel Institute considers the formula “red plague” and its counterpart “brown plague” to be part of the ideological propaganda formulas used in the interwar period and during World War II. They designated, on the one hand, the Stalinist regime in Moscow and the European communist parties, and, on the other hand, the fascist regimes in Italy and Germany as well as other fascist parties in Europe. (Red plague / brown plague – ideological propaganda formulas – INSHR website)

In fact, the expression “red plague” is only the German translation of the expression “Die Rote Pest”, which was the title of the article signed by Fritz Reinhardt, known as “one of the gray eminences of the Nazi economy” writes Ion Spânu in Cotidianul .

In the Romanian press, the expression “red plague” was introduced by the shaky poet Florica Mitroi in an article with the same title published in the magazine “România Mare” by Corneliu Vadim Tudor.

Who was the “red plague” in Romania? In recent years, the red plague has been the expression of propaganda on the foreheads of the PSD. The stamp put by Florica Mitroi on the image of the communists was “glued” on the pound of those considered their political heirs.

In fact, who was really the “red plague” in our country?

Who forced the election of a political party, winner of elections, out of the democratic game? Who instigated hatred and division? Who missed all the major projects that gained popular support? Who missed all his electoral projects, from the country project, to “normal Romania” and “educated Romania”, including the removal of the PSD from the political scene? Who totally ignored the history of the country he leads (at least symbolically) and dedicated himself only to the stamping of Romania as an anti-Semitic country? Do he and his small group deal with the establishment of a National Museum of Holocaust History in Romania, with the study of the Jewish tragedy in schools, while the history of our country is minimized and the historical monuments are falling apart?

Is Romania not about to become a political, economic and social space of progressive political experiments under its enslaved leadership? Isn’t Romania losing its cultural, political, historical and economic identity step by step in the Iohannis regime?

Didn’t the one chosen by the population to be the mediator of the political and public scene in the country put on the red coat to start the operation of dividing the society? To hide the fact that on the night of the tragedy at Colectiv he was in bed in Sibiu, did he return in a hurry, put on his red plague coat and start leading the demonstrators to overthrow the government? For this operation, “people had to die.”

Who amplified the division of the Romanian population in the first half of 1990? Then it was a diversion of the former Securitate. The mining dementia was relaunched by Traian Băsescu and, later, maintained as a communication technique by the mono-mental president Klaus Iohannis. Most of his speeches in 2019 contain such a divisive message, formulated on a single chord. That of hatred and division!

What did Klaus Iohannis say in his regime years, when he was hysterical about his political opponents, when he fell asleep when it came to the interests of Romania and the population? I took some of his statements together in a documentary published by

”OCTOBER 10:“ The fall of the PSD government is the natural result of the reaction of the whole society towards the abuses and incompetence of this government. The success of the censure motion confirms a process that began some time ago, with the May 26 vote in the referendum and the European Parliament. This process is called PSD’s entry into history. ”

OCTOBER 11: “PSD confirmed that it did not understand anything about the political evolution and the desire of the Romanians. We need an urgent government that comes and repairs the mistakes made by PSD in the economy. I will not appoint PSD members for government! ”

OCTOBER 15: “A few days ago, the motion of censure passed and the PSD government fell and this is very good, because PSD, since 2017, has had three governments that have seriously harmed Romania. PSD effectively inhibited Romania’s development and kept us all in place. ” (NEWSROMANIA.NET)

Klaus Iohannis would also declare on November 5:

“The failed and irresponsible PSD government ended last night. PSD amateurs and people who saw only their own interest and the party gang they created wanted to get their hands on all the great systems in Romania and you were all a favorite target for PSD members. Those three failed PSD governments have constantly tried to screw their friends, the nations, into the most important positions in the state. ”(NEWSROMANIA.NET)

The same Klaus Iohannis would say in 2020:

FEBRUARY 5: “PSD does not want reforms. PSD wants back to power. The red barons want back the public money. In my opinion, it is inadmissible to waste time and nerves because we still have a PSD that does not want reforms! ”.

FEBRUARY 24: “PSD continues to prove that it is an irresponsible party that is playing with Romania’s destiny. What PSD is doing is an unprecedented defiance of the people, especially in these days when Romania needs responsible political action and not politicians to take it deeper into crisis and instability. ”(NEWSROMANIA.NET )

The peak of Klaus Iohannis’ hysteria would be reached on APRIL 29, 2020:

“It is incredible, dear Romanians, what is happening in the Romanian Parliament. PSD helped UDMR to pass through the Chamber of Deputies a law that gives wide autonomy to the Szekler Land. It’s incredible where you got to with this PSD! While we, the Government, the other authorities are fighting for the lives of Romanians, we are fighting to get rid of this pandemic, PSD, the great PSD, is fighting in the secret offices of the Parliament to give Transylvania to the Hungarians. Jó napot, Ciolacu! What did the leader of Budapest, Viktor Orbán, promise you in exchange for this agreement? You see, dear Romanians, this means a toxic majority, the toxic PSD majority. I no longer want the important problems of the nation to be decided by PSD. I no longer want this toxic PSD majority to decide against Romania and against Romanians. ”(NEWSROMANIA.NET)

President Klaus Iohannis would also say in August 2020:

“PSD has nothing to do with Romania, with the Romanians and with the public budget, PSD has to do with its own electoral-populist maneuvers.”

AUGUST 19: “PSD has no solutions for Romanians. PSD is probably looking for solutions for barons who feel disconnected from public resources and are probably suffering. ”(NEWSROMANIA.NET)

Doesn’t the terrible incoherence and carelessness of the boulder hide something else? Isn’t Romania’s “red plague” the very president of Klaus Iohannis?

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