Albania. A young militant and graduate, he is a soldier in the name of poverty. What is a man without the love of his homeland?Currently there are about 35 private universities as economic status in limited liability companies (Srl), of these (Srl), 10 are owned by Albanian private investors, Turkish 1, Greek Cypriot 2, Greek-American 1, Italian 1 and so below. If you are the son of "no one" graduate from these universities (only economically speaking) it is a rather difficult undertaking, but if you have determination and tenacity, it is not impossible to have a degree because there are so-called state universities. The real ordeal begins after finishing his studies and looking for a moderate job. In these cases, we do not pretend to find a job that is connected in every way with the title of the degree (you know, it's impossible), but at least a job that gives you the satisfaction of saying "Thanks to my degree today I have a job ". A striking example is the history of AL A young man from northern Albania, the son of" no one "graduated with excellent results in Humanities, appears in various offices in his city in search of a free space to get a job. Any use would have prevented him from leaving his city where his family lives, but duped by the run-down system he decides to leave for Tirana and meet the Albanian Fata Morgana. Tirana, today as never before is the last Fata Morgana that soothes the frustrations of the young Albanians and helps them not to lose hope. A little like the Barbarian King who loved the countries of the sun and with the help of it aspired to reach the desired island, the beautiful Sicily.
AL Once he arrives in Tirana he realizes that the system is the same, but unlike his city he has a rent to pay and the costs to be covered. Being a waiter in black, he is invaded by an even more opaque wave like that of physical tension and tries to avoid total exhaustion. As the son of "no one" he enrolls in a "competition", passes the tests (if you can call them that) and in that way the young graduate with excellent results in Humanities is forced to become a member of the Albanian army even though he is a military student. , free from military obligations. Today he has a safe job he works eight hours a day and after two years of work he gets to earn 20.950 Lek (translated into Euro are: a misery and a shame put together).
During the first year, says A. L, I burst into tears almost every day. I felt like I was dying inside in that creepy place where everything is simulation. I still can't make sense of moving around at any time, going to the woods to fight against the wind, maybe we had an imaginary enemy like in the times of Enver Hoxha. The only positive thing is that I don't pay the gym, I work as a favor. AL also pronounces itself on a topic that we at AlbaniaNews were previously already occupied . By doing this work, I continue to hate my country and can't wait to escape. Actually I wanted to go to Afghanistan for 6 months. I would have gladly made a sacrifice to earn at least something more, but it was never possible for me. When it comes to our group "sons of no one" there is always someone else who leaves for us. Behind the missions of Albanian troops abroad there is a real business. As long as the former bandits disguised as commanders continue to start at the top of the Albanian governments, there will be nothing left but to cry. So much so that every fault has a mother and a father. Concludes A.
L In Albania from the 2008 the compulsory military service has been officially suspended and yet many young people like AL who cannot find another job are forced to do this kind of service which today is understood as work. A job that leads young people to hate their homeland, what job is it?
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