In Albania there is a small story that is told in the form of an irony or joke, when someone is judged for what he didn’t do, and the one who is the real culprit is not mentioned. Someone stole a villager his cow, and then his fellow villagers went home.
The missing cow was a big problem for him, because the farmer take from the cattle milk, cheese and butter. He kept the house with that cow. But all the friends who came in his house one by one, criticized him very harshly. “How did they steal the cow? Why you let the door open? How is it possible that you didn’t hear it when it was taken out? Why you hadn’t properly connected?”, and other things like this.
In the end, the villager, tired and upset by the accusations, said to his friends:”Does have the thief any fault?”. So is the story of Ylli Ndroqi with the reactions coming from a small part of the opposition, and some people mainly close to him and the SMI party.
Everything is being called a political attack on him. All that is being said, is that journalists are being attacked. But so far no one comes out and doesn’t tell the truth, that the citizen Ylli Ndroqi is indeed the citizen Xhemail Pasmaçiu, as SPAK said.
Convicted of drug trafficking in Turkey, and arrested in 2015 on behalf of the Italian law, again for drug trafficking. Is Ylli Ndroqi to blame? Does this individual have a responsibility? How can the public, and some segment of opposition find the time to allegedly speak on reporters.
Journalists have done very well to attack Erion Veliaj. And they can find dozens of media outlets to attack both the mayor of Tirana and the country’s Prime Minister. But it is ridiculous to channel everything only to journalists and call it a political attack, leaving aside the real culprits, the one who is the owner of the television, who is accused by justice and yesterday SPAK came out with concrete facts about this issue.
Therefore, we ask: Does have the thief (trafficker) any fault? The fact is that Ylli Ndroqi is a former convicted trafficker. Then, what are they talking about? What they say? Why no one put the dots on “i”? We are dealing with a former trafficker, arrested for drug trafficking, who is a media owner. That is the issue.
Could be the media of a former drug trafficker the opposition voice of the citizens? Nobody is saying that. Everyone tries to avoid. They want the “thief” innocent. So, the trafficker is not called such, although he was once condemned, but today it is free.
Meanwhile, on the other hand, it is claimed that he is in opposition with actual government. And what harm could it do if Pablo Escobar, were the voice of the opposition in one country? These things happened when the “Escobar’s” became deputies.
It is no wonder that exponents from the underworld became such, because this it happened in Albania. In 2013 at least 11 people with criminal records, convicted of drugs or prostitution, became part of parliament, and the decriminalization law was needed to remove them.
But everything was not enough there. It had to go to the media as well. Therefore, the case of the thief who is not tried as guilty. But the blame goes to the investigating institutions, or the Albanians who have suffered, or the media that is the only victim of representation by a former drug trafficker owner, are the main problem.
But, in fact it is quite the opposite. The main problem is the former drug trafficker, not the journalists, nor the society, nor the media. They are not responsible. Anyone who channels these as part of this issue, does it so for the sole purpose of protecting a former drug trafficker. And in this case they do nothing but protect the “thief”, or in this case by serving a former trafficker./ CNA.al
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