Let's start with the definitions of these "ugly" words: Aggression refers to behavior that is intended to cause harm or pain. Aggression can be either physical or verbal. Behavior that accidentally causes harm or pain is not aggression. Violence refers to rough or injurious physical force, action, or treatment, also rough or immoderate vehemence, as of feeling or language. Ostentation means pretentious or conspicuous show, as of wealth or importance, displayed intended to impress others. The words aggressiveness, violence, ostentation describe perfectly a part of the actual Romanian society. This part of the Romanian society is often mistaken with the good part as well. So, the Romanian society is divided in two parts that I will call: the good part and the bad part. Let's start with the bad part. Some of the people belonging the bad part are emigrating and working in foreign countries such as Spain, Italy, England, Germany. Their behavior is damaging the Romanian society image, and most of Romanians are considered to be gipsys even if they have nothing to do with the bad part of Romanian society. That bad part, emigrates, some to work honestly, but many of them steal and beg and rape. You can see at the news almost every day about Romanian people who commit crimes in foreign countries. Some individuals belonging to that bad part remain in their native country, Romania. But they are not doing anything good for this society, they are not thinking it's about their country, they are selfish and think only at themselves and their wealth. The word aggressiveness is represented by a man who steals from someone else or robbing a bank, by a mother that leaves her child at someone's doorsteps, by men and women who swear and hit people, caring only for themselves, and not caring that they might hurt someone close like a brother, like a mother, like a son or a daughter or even a stranger who walks by.