Bloomberg, a neo-fascist fiction about the Danube-Black Sea Canal

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By Constantin Radut
It is a custom of many decades as sound names of foreign press, especially from Europe and the US, to tel quel, the news and appreciation from the so-called journalist ladies who, perhaps, have not read a history book in their life.
It does, and not for the first time, Bloomberg, which, in its electronic edition yesterday, October 27, presents a text titled: ‘The Canal of Death is Now an Economic Gateway for Eastern Europe.’
Reading the text signed by James M Gomez, based on the information provided by the new entry, Irina Vilcu, from Romania and probably also a Bulgarian correspondent, we find things paralyzing.
For example: ‘The canal from the Danube River to the port of Constanta is notorious in Romanian history. Thousands of political prisoners died to start it … ‘. From where to what? The Black Sea Danube Canal is one of the biggest achievements of Romanian and European engineering. The canal, over 95 km long, is the third-largest in the world after Suez and Panama.
It began to be built in 1976 and was completed in 1984. It has nothing to do with the political prisoners who were exterminated by the communists during the 1950s.
But why not hit the stone where it shouldn’t? This is the wish of Bloomberg or Mr. Gomez. Do they know a building or technical work of such magnitude that did not ask for sacrifices?
So it is not good that the Danube-Black Sea Canal was made. But if it was done why should he support the economy of countries like Romania and Bulgaria? Countries that have developed agriculture with 33 billion euros European funds. That is, there are countries that have ‘taken advantage of the European Union.
Isn’t that Mr. Gomez? Then you know that the biggest beneficiary of European funds for agriculture is the British Crown. The queen and her entourage receive subsidies from the EU over 5 times higher than the Romanian and Bulgarian farmers. It’s good? Sure it’s okay. Romanians and Bulgarians are poor, it does not deserve more.
A neo-fascist logic, as well as titles of the text delivered by Bucharest Irina Valcu.
It is clear from the text that the cereal port is a Communist party. Everything old and rusty.
Has anyone noticed?
I was last Friday. What Comvex has there (attention, Mr. Gomez, a Romanian company not a British one) and further develops is the utmost shout of the cereal rolling technique in the port.
Neither does Rotterdam have silo, loading and unloading facilities.
The cereal terminal is presented on the Comvex site. If, by chance, Gomez & Co knows something about agriculture and cereals it can understand … If not, to live happily in the Bloomberg world devoid of reality and touched by neo-fascist ideas …
Highlights of the new cereal terminal in Constanta Port can be read on the website https://www.comvex.ro/en/grains/

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