When I started typing the title, I accidentally wrote “Tomania”, the country of dictator Adenoid Hynkel in Charles Chaplin’s masterpiece The Great Dictator.
Although it was just a simple mistake, it proves to be incredibly appropriate.
In a country of the European Union, Romania of the year 2008, the vice president of the National Liberal Party, a governing party who’s president is the prime minister, declares this (my approximate translation):
RO: “…mai bine se face o eventuală nedreptate decât să fie tolerată o dezordine”.
EN: “…It’s preferable to have a possible injustice rather than tolerating disorder.”
I am really, really ashamed I am a citizen of this country, and it saddens me even more remembering I had the opportunity to leave for good, and I didn’t.
There is no hope, this country will never change. This nation is like a flock of stupid sheep, constantly driven over the cliff by scum rulers.