President Dodon is preparing to go to Moscow on special election mission. He goes to ask Russia for the €200 million loan, the money needed to buy voters, and the anti-COVID vaccine, which Putin promised to Dodon as a donation. Even they haven’t tested it yet, and it is not excluded to show health risks.
One million Moldovans, outraged by Igor Dodon’s decision to run for the second presidential term, are asking him to step down. Why? Because he broke his oath. “I swear to give all my strength and skill to Moldova’s prosperity, to respect the country’s Constitution and laws, to defend democracy, fundamental human rights and freedoms, sovereignty, independence, Moldova’s unity, and territorial integrity,” swore Dodon in 2016, upon his inauguration. However, Moldova saw whom Igor Dodon gave himself in these four years, how he took into account the Constitution, how he defended human rights and freedoms, whose interests of independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity he defended. Not from the recent electoral records, made by Dodon’s brigade, which report how many honorary medals the president gave, with whom and how many times he shook hands and took pictures, how many TV shows he attended.
From his visits to Moscow and his betrayals, Moldova saw from the meetings and obedience to the so-called president of the breakaway region Transnistria, and the recognition of Transnistrian separatism. The country saw Dodon’s humiliation of veterans and fighters of the War of Independence, his criminal attempts to federalize Moldova (bring back under the Russian scepter). The Moldovan people saw from the thieves with dirty money (the Bahamas Offshore Case), from the misery, poverty, and discomfort of the vast majority of the population. From the Dodon’s dynasty’s enrichment, from the Dodon’s empty promises about Moldova’s “prosperity” and bringing Europe in our homes.
Igor Dodon will never be a sovereign, patriotic and responsible president of Moldova, as he claims. Dodon is Putin’s humble slave He promoted Russia’s interests in Moldova. Servility made him president, and he will choose to be a servant for the years to come, because that’s good for him and Russia.
The Kremlin, which failed in its 1990 referendum or the 1992 war to hold the Moldovan people in subjection, chose to take revenge on us through docile and anti-national governments that would exhaust and exterminate us through poverty, blasphemy, persecution, and exodus. To understand better the leadership of President Dodon, analyze the bills for water, electricity, and other utilities, go to pharmacies and, after filling your bags with drugs (which is impossible to be healthy in a state with a sick government), count what is left of your pensions or salaries. Do not forget the costs for travel, treatment, kindergarten, school, births, and funerals. What is left? A life lived in ignorance.
The National Bureau of Statistics reports that Moldova’s population has decreased from three to 2.6 million in the last four years. Annually, one percent of the population leaves the country. The number of young people (18–29 years) has decreased by 27.4 percent. The number of people over the age of 60 increased by about 10 percent. The death rate has increased by 1.3 percent, and the number of newborns decreased by 2000 (Moldova is on the second place among the countries with the lowest birth rate, after Portugal). The living standard is below any level, and the population is degrading, and the governing system is banditry.
As Dodon muttered periodically, Moldova’s status remains uncertain, between East and West, or nowhere. If the trends continue, the outlook is worse: according to statistical forecasts, the elderly over 60 will become a third of the total population in the next 20 years. So, the Moldovan people will get older quickly and on a large scale. Just how the socialists together with Dodon have always wanted: a republic abandoned by its citizens, with a few young adults. Or even better, a few elderly people left, whom Dodon can lie, manipulate, and buy with a state’s medal, “a photo with the president,” or with 0.5 euros in retirement.
The above figures are not merely statistics. The numbers show a dramatic situation for Moldova’s destinies, resulting from state policy. Russia decided to hand Moldova over to the puppet parties, like Communists, Socialists, Democrats, which ruled Moldova for 30 years. These parties stole from the citizens, plundered them, and brought Moldova to the point of asking the Kremlin for pity and mercy.
Dodon is not the only problem for the November 1 election. A second big problem is Renato Usatîi, the Bălți District mayor, already registered for the presidential race. Moscow wants to reach the second round with two candidates: Dodon and Usatîi. Will the right-wing forces accept this?