Terrified, disgust, fear, corruption, misery , anger, revenge are a couple of words that are overflowing my mind when I’m thinking about the place I was born. It’s not the country but the people are leaving there. I was full of anger when I read and saw the news about the Japanese teacher was killed in Bucharest. Bucharest, a name that gives me a feeling of mean, disgust and unpleasant all together at once. I’m Romanian because I’ve been born there and I speak their language but that doesn’t make me one of them. you can’t control the place you are born, but you can control the place you live and also can control what kind of person can you become.
I know so many Japanese people and every single one of them were so nice to me and have only good things to say about them. I’ve been to Japan about 3 times and I never ever had a problem there. I’ve been respected and I respected everyone I interacted with and I spend a very good time there. Everyone was so welcoming and friendly.
I can’t stop thinking about the Japanese people who saw and read the news about what happened in Romania. What they are thinking, what their opinion is about Romania and Romanian people. For sure not a good one. When I was hopping that the relations between Romania and Japan will get better it had to happen something.
I wish they will send the criminal to be judged in Japan and be prisoned there. Let them do whatever they want with them. I’m so full of anger. These criminals should be killed by working on roadworks and starved, same as it was before, eye for an eye law.
I wonder how such a peaceful person with such kind and good thoughts, died in such a horrific way. She wanted to teach these people Japanese. She wanted to help, and look what happened to her.
If I ever hated Romanians now I hate them twice as much. We should separate again Transylvania from the others. Truthfully we are no way any near to be like the ones in the South, poor, stupid, ignorant, thieves and criminals.
I pray to God that He will deliver her soul in heaven and bring peace over her family, who is left over with pain and suffering in their hearts. Give Your blessings upon them and help them to live a fulfilled life. Take them under your protection. You can make justice and bring peace to their souls, Hollowed be Your name forever and ever, Amen.
Note for Japanese people: “Please do not think of all of us that we are the same, because we are not. We should fight together to get rid of the scumbags of society. Let’s fight the right fight.”