Ion Cristoiu: The need to be strong not only in writing, but also in the direct influence of politicians, is a strange start for our great journalists from the past.

In 1929, William Martin, the newspaper’s director, “Geneva Journal“, Published in Paris, at Editions des Horizons de Francea book about the First World War, christened The statesmen during the war. Nothing surprising in denigrating Ionel Brătianu, to whom a chapter is dedicated. Because the Paris Conference did not leave its back, as today’s Romanian staff did, the West tried to caricature Ionel Brătianu. In the book, in order to be more venomous, the author considers the Act by which the Destroyed Prince Carol was declared a private person a simple revenge of Ionel Brătianu on the one who opposed him on the way to dictatorship. A slander, of course, because Ionel Brătianu acted in the case of Lupeasca’s lover as a real statesman. Among the protests in the country against the book is the one signed by Eliza Brătianu, the widow of the great politician. She signs in “Romania’s Independence“September 22, 1929, what the newspaper calls Elise J. Brátiano, Open letter to Mr. William Martin.

The letter is answered by Nae Ionescu through a series of articles from word the look of a campaign:

On the edge of a noble defense. Mrs. Brătianu’s letterwordOctober 3, 1929, “Antimilitarism, pacifism and other … crimes, Mrs. Brătianu’s letterwordOctober 4, 1929, “Hate against monarchies. Mrs. Brătianu’s letterwordOctober 5, 1929, About “the expulsion of Prince Carol. Mrs. Brătianu’s letterwordOctober 6, 1929, Agnus dei …, Mrs. Brătianu’s letter”. wordOctober 8, 1929, “Who drove away Prince Carol. King Ferdinand and the act of January 4th. Mrs. Brătianu’s letterwordOctober 10, 1929.

Nae Ionescu’s campaign focuses on the approach of the Act of January 4, 1926, necessary to save the country, as will be shown in History, as an act of revenge of Ionel Brătianu, unjust to the Prince. Nae Ionescu will continue with this series The War for the Rehabilitation of Charles II and for the Preparation of the Restoration. The article Agnus Dei… does not shy away from the beginning of a Personality Cult before the person becomes a Personality:

„SWe acknowledge, madam, that there has never been a more persistent and infamous defamation campaign than the one that has been waged against Prince Carol in the last three years. He was “a dead man,” and yet no stone was heavy enough to overturn the frightened watchmen of the perpetrators against the shadows of the night..

A dead man? As long as he lives there, in exile, somewhere justice will shed tears, and our nation will be agitated as in the pains of amputation. Whoever devised the act of the 4th of January was, in his vanity or sinister blindness, a man lacking courage; he stopped halfway: the iron, the poison, or the bullets had to be worked here. And maybe that wasn’t enough either. For to two embarrassments under the grass would have been, and still – even from there would have been unearthed our historical destinies and the love, widowed in a vicious way by the royal offspring – of the faithful country.

Poor Nae Ionescu!

Like many Romanian intellectuals, he bet on a Dictator convinced that he, who came to the country and with the support given by the words of the publicists, would be grateful to those who helped him. Nae Ionescu hopes for more. He hoped to be the Adviser of the Autocrat and thus the true Master, the one in the shadows. The need to be strong not only in writing but also in politics is a strange start for our great journalists. I also met her in Stelian Popescu’s reprimand letters addressed to General Ion Antonescu, after his coming to power, that he did not keep him informed of the decisions taken, that he did not ask for his advice. Intellectuals are like mistresses here. Orgasmically try the pleasure of running the country in bedding. Life contradicted Nae Ionescu. Once in power, Charles II did not feel the need for any secret advisor. He did what went through his mind and especially his hormones. He will have talked to Master Nae, but so as not to upset him by not paying attention. When the issue of the fight with the Iron Guard arose, Carol II did not hesitate to close the Word and send Nae Ionescu to the Miercurea Ciuc Camp. It is even said that he died of poisoning by His Majesty. I, who know this, read Nae Ionescu’s articles against Elisa Brătianu (who was right, though) with an ironic smile.

At the same time, I realize I’m wrong. I ask Nae Ionescu for my position, as a man who has already lived the future that Nae Ionescu is thinking about.

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