Rather than us arguing, it’s better to crochet a beautiful hymn. (“Wake up, Romanian” hasn’t woken anyone yet). Here are some arguments, more fixed than the rotating Victoria Palace:
1) It’s composed in a minor key, say those who have a musical ear, while “Masioza” (as Gigi Becali inspiredly pronounces the name of the French national anthem) is made to order.
2) It’s hard to remember. It’s easier to remember “Kubva Zambezi guske Limpopo” (a beautiful verse from the Zimbabwean Republic anthem), than “Pre voi va ciriri a la pisma malice” (verse one, stanza five of eleven).
3) It can be hacked at any time, you wonder who. If we adopted the anthem of the Steaua team – “Dub dub dub da da dub dub dub, da dub da dub da da dub dub…”, we would definitively remove this danger – we can cut from anywhere, so that it is not noticed.
Obviously, an anthem in a minor scale does not stop Romanian society from its triumphal march.
I think, however, that we could choose something mobilizing: “Step by step”. In the age of technology revolution? These words – the revolution of technologies – hurt me.
How? Shall we change the flag too? You say that orange, leek-green is worn this summer…?
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