Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Romania - a new "Revolution" after 20 years since communism fall???

Romanian TV stations manipulate the Romanians - TV websites do not show the events that took place on 1st of December 2009 - country's national day.
1 December represents the national day of Romania. Just 6 days before presidential elections the population started a series of anti-PSD protests across the country. The protesters express their disagreement with Mircea Geoana - one of the main runner for presidency - and his PSD party. In a hit of the coincidence, like 20 years ago, today's demonstrations started in Timisoara where 3000 people booed Geoana, Antonescu and Johannis and later some other protest movements occured in Brasov, Iasi, Constanta, Targoviste and Bucharest. At the moment it looks like more than 1000 people are gathered in central Bucharest. Most of the Romanian televisions are shadowed by censorship the only TV station broadcasting from Bucharest's University Square is OTV. The televisions loyal to PSD either do not air anything (keeping the events hidden) or present WRONG statistics about the people. For example ANTENA3 said that 3000 pro-PSD and 200 pro-PDL were in Timisoara and in REALITY it was the other way around (3000 ANTI-PSD and less than 200 of PSD sympathizers gathered from surroundings)


Anonymous,  December 1, 2009 at 9:29 PM  

JOS COMUNISMUUUUl !!!! Partidul PLM voteaza Traian Basescu !

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