Try to trace a political-institutional map of the Albanian state and the transformations that its institutions have undergone in recent weeks; what will come out of it will be a monochrome political map all painted in blue, a deep and sad blue that often brings to mind the blue note, diminished interval of fifth considered from the classical harmony as dissonant and that in Italy it was worth to the blues the nickname of "stoned music"."We are talking about that blue that neither the Greeks nor the Romans appreciated because it was the color of the eyes of the barbarians, so not a noble color. Cyanos, the Greek blue, is the color of suffering: "cyanotic" is a pale, suffering person. Coeruleus, the blue Latin, is another word for white; in fact the word serves to describe the color of the wax. Moreover, the Blue was not considered a color in its own right, but now a variation of white, now of green, now of black. With Christianity things change, as blue becomes the color of the virgin Mary. It will thus be considered as a color that gives serenity and invites calm, symbolizing escape and peace. "In politics, blue is used, in most countries, to refer to conservative parties. This does not happen in the United States, where traditionally blue is the unofficial color of the Democratic Party. In Albania the question is very different. Blue is the symbol of the Democratic Party which is a Conservative party affiliated with the EPP. On the ideological level it is a party that has little to do with Democratic Christianity and even less with the conservatism of the European popular parties, but it is considered a right-wing party.
The Democratic Party has dominated the country's political scene for over twenty years. It is the only political force that has managed to strengthen itself over the years, transforming the state from a simply corrupt system into a sophisticated system of domination based on the fear of dismissal and marginalization. Fear as total control over institutions and society.
For a long time corruption has kept the state in place without the help of law and political force. In recent years, however, corruption within the state has been transformed, coexisting peacefully with the law and with political power, and has in fact made a political alternation impossible and has consequently created not a few times serious political and institutional crises.
The injustices and the pain that the Albanian people have undergone in twenty years of transition towards "democracy" almost all carry the unmistakable mark of the PD and its undisputed leader. The faces of the politicians have never changed and all have the color of the Greek cyanos, the color of the pale and suffering man. But they don't care, not even sick and incapable if they want to leave.
In doing so everything is covered with their pale, everything takes the form of their strangeness making us adverse to all that which is right. They don't look like ours.
Reality takes the color of the eyes of barbarian invaders, of unwanted foreigners. We are taking everything, our lands, our rights, our freedoms, our future; they are taking everything that they have never been. It happened with the Presidency of the Republic a few weeks ago. The same pale color covered the Parliament and its President. The Constitutional Court will become so. We don't talk about the Prime Minister; he has always been blue. The General Prosecutor's Office is not known if it is already blue but soon it will become. The Judiciary is blue. The Secret Services became a few days ago. And so on with all the important institutions of the state.
Everything in appearance seems so clear and peaceful. Blue always gives this feeling of peace and tranquility. But we must always be careful because deep down it hides a great destructive force and the real problem lies in the fact that for now nobody really wants to mix the waters too much to see how dirty it is hiding.
The opposition meanwhile tries to put the sticks in the wheels but without achieving the desired result. The logic of the tyranny of the majority is working perfectly; there is nothing left to be incorporated into the iron law of the majority that wants at all costs the homogeneity and destruction of every opposition.
The last opposition that the Socialist Party has made, that on the question of immunity, has proved to be correct, just try to think about what would have happened if immunity had been lifted.
Therefore in a supposed democratic regime in which all the powers are in the hands of one person, protecting oneself and RESISTER is the only possible way.