The plan of the Bucharest fire was “cooked up in a university laboratory in Budapest, and that’s no surprise to any honest Romanian man” – writes a Romanian social democrat Parliament representative. Ninel Peia refers to secret service sources and says: Putin and Merkel were also part of the plan, and their ultimate goal was to take Transylvania, reports nol.hu.
Ninel Peia, Romanian social democrat representative made some surprising claims; the politician was informed by the secret service that the Bucharest Colectiv nightclub fire was part of a secret, international plan, made in Budapest.
According to Peia, the conspiracy can be tied to Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, and Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, who made a pact in Budapest. The long term goal of the fire, which has 60 victims so far, was to break-up Romania. Peia, who gained his doctorate degree at the Academia Nationala de Informatii “Mihai Viteazul”, Colegiul National de Informatii (National Intelligence Academy “Mihai Viteazul”, National College of Information, where he specialized in National Security) wrote about the evil plan of the 30 October Bucharest fire on his blog. He says that the plan was
“cooked up in a university laboratory in Budapest, and that’s no surprise to any honest Romanian man.”
Peia stated that provokers would have infiltrated the crowd, and they would have fired the people up to start a counter-revolution. According to the plan, the crowd would have set fire to the Ministry of Interior, to the headquarters of the government, and to the Parliament. It would have been equal to the burning down of the Reichstag, and it “would have ended the Romanian democracy.”
Meanwhile, a committee consisting of intellectuals, politicians, and businessmen was ready to declare the independence of Transylvania in Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvár). The politician said that the “Hungarian governed” Transylvanian Republic would have been protected by Germany and Russia.
At the same time, the independence of Western Moldavia (Moldva) would have been declared as well, leaving only Wallachia (Havasföld) for Romania, warned Peia.
The tragedy was hindered by Victor Ponta, former Prime Minister of Romania, who resigned just in time to ease the public mood – writes the politician. (The truth is that more people were on the streets on the night Ponta resigned, than in the previous days).
Peia’s scenario was analysed by the social democrat channel Romaina TV. The intellectual guests did not reject the possibility that there’s some truth in Peia’s words, and urged the authorities to investigate the claims.
based on an article of nol.hu
translated by Adrienn Sain
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