The parody with the work of the State Police, it just doesn't has an ending! As we warned you yesterday, in the upcoming days we will publish some facts that have come to our hands about how these individuals are paid by our taxes to monitor ordinary people who like, comment or share the posts of media sites that write against government and show how dirty are involved the politicians of this country. In this way, everyone is observed as if they were inside a big virtual "eye", which is targeted for what they can say. But let's focus on the part that exactly these individuals who are paid with our taxes, are put at the service of the state to protect us... ironic right...?!
Anyway, today we will make public some real anecdotes, how the enlightened Court Police *OPGJ* of Albania start their days and we will examine their minutes, similar to the books of barcoletes that are shown to children.
Careful! The following images may not be visually comprehensible to you and difficult to understand, since the multi-million dollar printer ink, for which the State Police is publicly procuring, has run out, is it finished, God knows, but what will make you laugh is the language used and of course the ending of the review.
THIS IS HOW AN OPGJ SPENDS THE WORKING DAY IN ALBANIA:
Instagram review of JOQ ALBANIA
Thus, an entire Police Directorate engaged all OPGJ, this time Artan Dashin, to stalk JOQ on social networks. On November 28, 2019, two days after the earthquake which caused a significant number of victims, and while many other people were under the ruins, Dashi saved likes and comments under the posts of JOQ Albania. You can judge the level at which the minutes start, we are moving on to the next part, the fact that why this OPGJ has recorded a post of ours made immediately after the government blocked our main domain joqalbania.com at the time when the staff and managers were pressured not to continue reporting the events narrated by the people. The whole parody in this record lies in the fact that nothing was considered irregular in relation to this post, as OPGJ Artani himself writes at the end of it.
Earlier, on the same day, OPGJ Gertian Brovina, had reviewed some of our posts, which by order of the government were spreading panic. Reports from the people, which should have set the investigative bodies in motion, to verify the number of victims and not be used as an opportunity to attack the opposition media for reasons that we all know well. These acts were also denounced by international bodies as imposing censorship on free media, against the government and not subordinated or bought by it.