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Farewell to Cicerone Ionitoiu – Sarah in Romania
Photo source Oh, how ilnitoiu I have just seen a post on the Facebook page of La Maison Roumaine by its president Alexandre Herlea on the recent death of writer, resistance fighter and political prisoner under the communist regime Cicerone Ionitoiu. Here is a translation of Mr Herlea’s words:. Born on 8th May in Craiova, he joined in the fight against soviet occupiers and their allies immediately after the Second World War.
From a modest peasant family, he was a student of history and part of the youth leaders of the PNT Parti National Paysan Roumain – the largest democratic party in the country. With a courage and determination that seemed to have no bounds, Ionitoiu tirelessly lead the fight for the freedom, democracy and dignity of the Romanian people. Arrested by the communists, he was sentenced to a total of 26 years – he did Photo source In Paris, he continued to be extremely active. Ionitoiu wrote a number of highly impressive works, amongst them: Afterhe took an active role in the rebirth of the PNT, helped its president Corneliu Coposu and denounced the acts of those who were really in power in Romania: With firmness and lucidity, he refused any form of collaboration with either.
Cicerone Ionitoiu was a credit to Romania and to his generation. May he rest in peace. La Maison Roumaine sends its sincere condolences to his loved ones.
Photo source Almost more upsetting than his death to me was that had I not seen Mr Herlea’s post, I cicefone not have known he had left us.
The Romanian press hardly batted an eyelid except for Adevarul who published a good piece by Alex Stefanescu. Surely, the passing of such a man could not have gone unnoticed.
Could it be that he really is simply unknown in his native homeland? If so, then for shame.
Cicerone Ionitoiu – Martiri si Marturisitori ai Bisericii Ortodoxe din Romania 1948-1989
Eye on Romania says that it was mentioned in ” three small newspapers – all of them just reprinting a press release from the PNTCD party. Please do read Sam’s excellent post on Ionitoiu – it’s absolutely overflowing with information. What a travesty that the loss of this incredible man was not given more importance in the very country for which he waged such a courageous war against the evils of an oppressive, insane regime for liberty and the future of our children.
Instead, I learn of it oinitoiu the president of an association here in Paris and an American living in Cluj May Cicerone Ionitoiu rest in peace at last – and may all those like him who tirelessly fought for cicerpne freedom and dignity of the Romanian people not get too dizzy turning in their graves as they see what has become of the population for whom they so relentlessly battled Hotnews and Mediafax, what happened to you?
I have just received an e-mail from Simina Lazar who is currently organising an exhibition in Angers of some There is horrific news this evening of an attack on 16 cats in Bucharest – attacks by animals of the In loc fabricam Nicusori Alte timpuri, alte moravuri! I have never understood what you have against Nicusor Dan.
There, you have a man who CARES about the city, about architecture, about patrimony and preservation. And he is one of the very few who actually DOES something about it.
What exactly is your problem, Dan? I do not understand. You are right, Sarah in Romania. Nicusor Dan has done a lot for Bucharest’s patrimony more than anyone I know and therefore, I have a problem with Dan G. These brave men who are without honour in their own country. They have honour wherever they are, but they are not cicfrone or respected. Farewell to Cicerone Ionitoiu.
Here is a translation of Mr Herlea’s words: Commenter avec CanalBlog Utiliser Facebook. Adresse email visible uniquement par l’auteur du blog. Always write kindly of my adopted country.
Come here often and try to understand it.