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OPINION Justice is not political persecution

The criminals, thugs and perpetrators find their safe haven in politics. They have never answered a single question, haven’t admitted a single crime or criminal act of theirs. When a court investigation or journalistic research completely exposes them, they shamelessly call this political persecution. They have at their disposal money, corrupt journalists and non-governmental organizations to announce the “truth” almost as much as they need.

illustration: Day Williams – “Lady Justice Under Fire”

by: XHABIR DERALLA

The correct diagnosis of the mental, psychological and moral-political condition of certain, well-known figures, has always, without an exception, caused nervousness, aggression and fear. Shame is noticed among some, but very rarely. Among the rarest are those who in regards to the diagnosis react with determination to do something good for themselves and for others, to eliminate their weaknesses and to fix the damages inflicted upon others. But today let’s see the first ones, the ones who react with nervousness, aggression and fear. The ones with no shame.

Satisfaction from justice isn’t the same as revenge. Justice anticipates punishment and the possibility for rehabilitation, resocialization and reintegration into the normal course of life. Even if it concerns a war criminal. No matter how much we don’t like it, the criminal has and uses the right to be a politician and to run for elections. Once the sentence is served.

Revenge demands pain inflicted upon the offender, at least in the extent that the offender has caused. Revenge demands that the suffering of the punished be visible, public, at a city square. Justice is cold and demands proportions of punishment that does not destroy, but compensates and corrects. And it’s never ideal, especially in a period after the rule of a criminal regime clique such as the one of Gruevski and his mafia Family.

Gruevski’s regime abused justice, turned it into a significant part of his criminal apparatus. Turned the judiciary into an undignified “Swarovski” system of oppressing and cruel retribution against those not like-minded, and the police into a gangster baseball bat for coercion, fear and logistics for his election theft.

The media turned into bulletin boards in which editors and journalists like flies flew around this shit of a regime. And they fed on the crumbs which, nevertheless, are measured in millions of euros, and which the regime stole from the citizens. They obediently distorted the facts and led a propaganda war in the service of the “little dictator”, as the world press called him. They are doing this now as well, when democracy has been restored in the country and freedom of speech. They are still in his blind and obedient service.

No one can say how much time is needed for a society to heal, an impoverished and isolated country, because of Gruevski’s 11-year dreadful rule. Determination is important, for there to be no revenge, because only a captured state retaliates, a democratic one sanctions and corrects the situation, and even the perpetrators themselves. Justice must not depend on the public judgement, especially when that public is contaminated with lethal doses of “aluminum”, with lies, slander and hate speech produced by the still rich and well-functioning kitchens of the criminals.

If the opposition is criminalized to the core and doesn’t show signs of a democratic life, it may well disappear. The Macedonian society has enough intellectual capacities to create a new political opposition, a democratic and constructive one, such that together with the citizens will walk towards a democratic Europe. The European Union itself is also deeply injured on the inside. Neo-fascists, autocrats, ultranationalists and criminals are well-organized and have shaken the democratic foundations of several states. One of them is also the country host to the fugitive from justice, the Macedonian “little dictator”.

At home, his godfathers, servants and executors, have been blocking the European future of our country for years. Only when the cold finger of justice touches them do they begin to give up their religion – gruevism, and even then they do it reluctantly, with twisted statements, in an unskilled manner and with hastily composed legal empty phrases…

The criminals, thugs and perpetrators find their safe haven in politics. They have never answered a single question, haven’t admitted a single crime or criminal act of theirs. When a court investigation or journalistic research completely exposes them, they shamelessly call this political persecution. They have at their disposal money, corrupt journalists and non-governmental organizations to announce the “truth” almost as much as they need.

But justice is not political persecution. And one day they need to be held responsible for the political persecution they carried out before and for the black propaganda now. If court justice doesn’t catch up with them, then for sure the judgement of the public and history will, which they think they can manipulate and distort.

They have raised a dense smoke curtain around them, while the rude lie has crept into people’s consciousness. They divided people for a long time, kept them in fear and uncertainty for a long time. Now it’is easy to cause doubt and twist the facts about what was happening and what is happening when there are so many clients, known and unknown, who have pulled on the monstrous system that the criminals created.

If a person wants to live decently and in a dignified manner, in a normal country, a good way to oppose these characters is to: constantly think again! To respond to the black propaganda with questions about its creators and their motives. To begin with, it’s quite enough to answer the easy question: Why do criminals respond to every criminal charge with press conferences and endless tirades, lies and provoking speech in the media that they used to and still control with the money they have stolen from us?

And then all the other question will come in order. And answers.

Translation: N. Cvetkovska

 

 

 

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