“Two distinct coplanar lines that have no common point are called parallel lines.” Let physics professor Iohannis Klaus say that it is not so.
On the principle of parallel rights, Mr. Iohannis, president of Romania, created two parallel worlds. His Majesty’s World and Real Romania. A World in which His Majesty travels on luxury planes from Japan to Latin America, and commutes to Sibiu with the official motorcade, while teachers take out loans from banks or friends to pay for the repairs of the cars they use through “Asphalted Romania”.
While in Real Romania the teachers are on strike, dissatisfied with their salaries, and not only in Klaus Iohannis’ “Educated Romania”, the Senate, one of the institutions under his tutelage, adopted the Education Laws. On this occasion, Nicolae Ciucă, His Prime Minister, declared from under the presidential slipper: “The Government of Romania is ready to implement the vision of student-centered education”. Deep, just like all the depths of Mr. Ciucă, who seems to have discovered communication since he became prime minister.
From the chorus of praisers of the “Educated Romania” project, League Deca broke out, also having a solo, that it was not in vain that Mr. Iohannis sent it to promote his titanic thinking in education: “Equity, performance, investments, respect and safety are just some of the key words that the pre-university education law has translated into coherent and predictable measures. The Ministry of Education, through its team, and with the help of you and the entire society, managed to develop a legislative project that would really respond to the needs of students throughout their entire educational journey”.
Mrs. Deca also said that “the teachers’ claims are related to the salary scale, found in the salary law, not in the Education laws”. Under these conditions, why didn’t Mrs. Deca’s boss do it in parallel with “Educated Romania” and “Employed Romania”?
The vote in the Senate given to the Education Laws to please the former teacher from Sibiu represents maximum arrogance towards those without whom it is impossible to talk about the education system – teachers, teachers, educators and auxiliary staff -, who are currently in strike.
From his almost 2 meters and from the 11,000 meters of the luxury planes with which he flies in His World, Mr. Iohannis did not hesitate to descend to the level of simple teachers to listen to their steps and to try to solve at least part of the existing problems.
Mr. Iohannis, from Mărginimea Sibiului, limited himself to saying only that “the requests of the teachers are justified”, and that’s it. That he just wasn’t going to get his guild mates in his head.
Convenience and demagoguery recommend Klaus Iohannis for another lukewarm post after he will no longer be the president of Romania: that of head of the Didactic and Demagogic Publishing House.
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