How this thing is going to end is the most common question that my friends, and my acquaintances, and readers ask me. In order not to sound like a prophet, I answer with a question: Which thing do you mean, this one with the mosquitoes?! When a stronger wind blows the mosquitoes will be gone, I respond in a serious tone, hiding my irony. Forget the mosquitoes, I mean the referendum whether we will change the name, whether we will join the EU and NATO, or they are just lying to us, whether we will preserve our identity, whether they will change our name, what kind of citizenship we will have, will the Macedonian language stay unchanged, will our history be erased, what will be the name contained in the Macedonian state institutions, what will be written on the Macedonian export products, will Macedonia fall apart, why do you think that the boycott is an act against the future of Macedonia and a whole lot of questions that, according the way they are presented, I usually recognize the determination to those who ask these questions. The further conversation confirms this because the issues take the form of a statement, firm conviction, “IN FAVOUR”, “AGAINST” or “I Boycott””.
In such a case, the conversation becomes futile and usually leads to a quarrel. You can choose to turn the work on a joke, but it also becomes dangerous. You will easily lose a long-standing friend, even if you are like-minded, but in a moment of heated debate, because of one uttered word, comes to an incident and insults that break the decades-old friendship. On social networks, the thing is just as dramatic but getting into a fight is harder to do, which does not mean that there will be no quarrel at their next meeting. Party activists in the strongest squad are already involved in propaganda internet websites and Facebook 24/7. Macedonia is dangerously divided into several types of different opinionated people.
Voting AGAINST the agreement with Greece and the call for a boycott is merely a mask and a strong tool for manipulating the citizens behind which are completely different motives. It is a propaganda that is recognized as a product of the intelligence laboratories of opponents of Macedonia becoming a member of NATO and the EU. After the fact that the spy institutions already knew has been revealed, that only a minority of citizens of Macedonia read the Agreement with Greece, and understood it even less, with good prospects not to read it and understand it at all, then it is ideal field for intelligence work and for kneading the dough with a brutal campaign that gets into all the pores of life.
Thais dough also changed the plans of the propaganda centers. For example, pro-Russian installations with well-known outsiders in politics used for ridicule, become unattractive overnight after revealing themselves as a rotten board that Moscow had stepped on. This error of Kremlin has already announced the first sanctions and changes seen in diplomatic activity and in the intelligence actions on the ground. The great ignorance and lack of information contained in the agreement, its misunderstanding and interpretation caused the media and social networks, oral traditions, poverty and corruption, and the sowing of fear and hatred to be the main foundations and pillars on which anti-NATO anti-European campaign against Macedonia lean on, to boycott its own future.
On the other hand, in the middle of the summer, a big avalanche from the neighborhood was rolling down. Serbia announced a referendum on the exchange of territories and people with Kosovo. The new drawing of boundaries on geographic maps has always ended with bloodshed, not only in the Balkans. The final rewriting of the borders with the tragic breakup of Yugoslavia has obviously not been completed for Slobodan Milosevic’s heirs. This time the supporters of the idea come from Kosovo and Bosnia, but also from Macedonia. They threaten us that as soon as the bear starts playing in the neighborhood, he will come to us. By changing borders in southern Serbia and Kosovo, this evil will come to our doorstep too. In such a situation, the biggest opponent and stopper of the Macedonian Euro-Atlantic integration, the President of the State, Gjorge Ivanov, went on vacation. This man, tired of many state presidential activities, did not have the time to talk with generals from the top of NATO, and he has the duty to be the supreme commander of the armed forces of Macedonia. What an idiot this man is, acting as a useless hero. Instead of the president of the state to urgently convene the Security Council, to which he stands as a constitutional obligation, and nothing has been done for the security of Macedonia so far, he went on holiday and missed meetings with the generals because he knows what they will tell him, and for what he never had a rational response. What in this situation was required by the dramatic announcement of changing the borders in the neighborhood was the engagement of the president of the state, Macedonia, to become a NATO member soon. The newly created dangerous situation orders him to immediately sign the ratification of the agreement with Greece and call the Security Council to come out to the public by calling on political parties and parliament for immediate acceptance of the agreement with Greece for faster NATO accession. The president’s duty to do this before the delineations between Serbia and Kosovo begin, on one hand, but on the other, in Bosnia as well. Events that have a top national and security priority across the region to which they are approached with great focus and concern. But for many influential politicians and geo-strategies in the world, this is a major topic as a new danger of destabilization in the Balkans.
In such a crisis and a dangerous regional situation, President Ivanov abandons the country. The public prosecutor and the constitutional court have constitutional competencies and responsibilities to take action if the moves of the president of the country jeopardize the security of the country and if his behavior becomes improper. In such cases, they must take preventive measures.
Meanwhile, Hristijan Mickoski, the president of VMRO-DPMNE and leader of the opposition, while meditating until September 10 when he will announce his position to the party, it would be great if he would think, besides the danger of drawing new ethnic and state borders in the neighborhood and on the following topic: what if the referendum passes by the turnout of over 950,000 citizens from which the majority voted “FOR”? Will Mickoski then count the way Macedonians and non-Macedonians voted, or how many VMRO members boycotted Macedonia to announce that the referendum was forged and unconstitutional? How this referendum division will affect Macedonia in the future if it becomes a member of NATO and the EU without the support of VMRO-DPMNE. It is worthwhile to think about this topic.