10.11.06

O carnaval é quando um homem quiser

O facciosismo, tanto à esquerda como ao centro como à direita, é uma praga ao serviço da estupidificação. O melhor seria não lhe darmos expressão, mas não deixa de ser caricato verificar que o que para uns é um exemplo de repressão violentíssima para outros pode ser uma boa razão para defender um Estado. Um deles estará longe da verdade, cada qual acredita no que quer. Eu, apesar de gripado, tentarei não me deixar “influenziar”.

6 Comments:

At 11:44 da tarde, Blogger Lutz said...

Escrevi o post antes de saber que as autoridades israelitas cederam às pressões dos religiosos. Não estava a espera disso.
Lá se foi esta boa razão...

 
At 12:01 da manhã, Anonymous hmbf said...

Caríssimo Lutz, é preciso relativizar. «Repression brings violence», cantavam uns tipos aqui da minha terra. Sabe o que lhe digo? Religiões e partidos, cada vez mais me convenço que são todos porcaria. Mas eu sou um simplório.

 
At 12:19 da tarde, Blogger grande said...

«Gay Pride» em Jerusalém decorre sem incidentes
Cerca de 10.000 pessoas participaram, na sexta-feira, no estádio da Universidade hebraica na comemoração do quinto «Gay Pride» (Orgulho Gay) anual em Jerusalém que decorreu sem incidentes e sob um forte dispositivo de segurança.
Entre os participantes contava-se Dana Olmert, filha do primeiro-ministro, ela própria lésbica assumida.
http://www.tsf.pt/online/internacional/interior.asp?id_artigo=TSF175195

desculpem. é que não percebi nenhum destes posts. devemos estar a falar de coisas diferentes. se me pudessem ajudar...

 
At 1:47 da tarde, Blogger hmbf said...

Caríssimo grande, é preciso relativizar. «Repression brings violence», cantavam uns tipos aqui da minha terra. Sabe o que lhe digo? Religiões e partidos, cada vez mais me convenço que são todos porcaria. Mas eu sou um simplório.

 
At 2:06 da tarde, Anonymous hmbf said...

Gay Pride event ends in relative quiet

(Riot policemen arrest gay anarchist demonstrators after trying to march from the Bell Garden in Jerusalem to the "Pride Rally" on Friday.)

Following weeks of tension and threats of violence that left Israel's capital city at the precipice of full-blown riots and bloodshed, Jerusalem's Gay Pride event came to a relatively quiet end Friday afternoon, leaving police and Jerusalem's residents breathing a collective sigh of relief. Jerusalem Police chief Ilan Franco said, "the police and the [residents] of Jerusalem can mark a very important chapter of success in returning to sanity. "This test was one of the most complex that the Jerusalem Police, and the Police in general have ever been forced to face," said Franco. Despite sporadic incidents of protest throughout the city, large-scale haredi demonstrations planned to protest the hotly contested event were cancelled on Friday. Instead, announcements broadcast over loudspeakers asked the residents to make their way to local synagogues and read psalms. Jerusalem Police prevented some 50 gay activists, who had gathered at the city's Liberty Bell Park from holding a spontaneous march in the direction of the rally, held at Hebrew University's Givat Ram Stadium. Twenty of the activists were arrested after they refused to get on buses to the university. Also in Liberty Bell Park, clashes were reported between the activists and right-wing opponents of the march. Earlier, police detained a 14-year-old youth after he was caught in possession of spikes. Police suspected that the teen was intending to scatter the spikes on the roads leading to the Gay Pride event. In addition, some 30 sacks of sand were found in Kiryat Moshe. Police claimed that protestors had planned to use the sacks to block roads leading to the event. Meanwhile, in Jerusalem's Sacher Park, five religious youths were caught in possession of brass knuckles, clubs, knives and a loaded pistol. Police arrested the five, who were suspected of planning to violently disrupt the Gay Pride event. After the event kicked off in Givat Ram, border policemen arrested a 30-year-old protestor who infiltrated the stadium and jumped onto the main stage during one of the performances. A total of over 3,000 police were set to man event on Friday, and a further 2,500 policemen were due to be deployed in east Jerusalem, the Old City and around the Temple Mount out of concern that Palestinians would riot following Wednesday's shelling in Beit Hanun that killed twenty Gazan civilians. Police raised the state of alert to its highest possible level and Insp.-Gen. Moshe Karadi ordered a general mobilization in all departments of Israel Police. Security services received more than 80 terror attack warnings. Most of them were of a general nature but approximately one quarter of them were more specific.

in The Jerusalem Post.

 
At 9:12 da tarde, Blogger hmbf said...

Também podes ir aqui: http://haaretz.com/hasen/spages/785989.html . Destaco, "facciosamente", uma parte:

Witness: Police used excessive force
Right-wing activists who were also at Gan Hapa'amon confronted the gay activists, and one of the anti-gay protestors was also arrested.

According to the gay activists, the police exerted excessive force against them.

One of them told Haaretz that "police decided to arrest us only after we agreed to its proposed compromise that we leave the park in groups of three, quietly, with no posters and escorted by policemen."

According to him, when the activists began leaving, the police used "outrageous violence" against them, and several activists were beaten up.

The government complex area in Jerusalem is currently fenced off, and all by-passers in the area are inspected by police.

Earlier on Friday, a 14-year-old ultra-Orthodox Jew was arrested in Jerusalem with spikes on his person.

Some 250 religious school students marched in protest of the gay pride rally a short time later.

Police closed down for traffic on Friday morning the streets
Ruppin, Wolffson and Hamada near the Givat Ram Campus, as well as all the roads leading to the Western Wall in East Jerusalem.


Resumindo: eu não estive lá, não sei o que se passou. E cada vez me parece mais impossível saber o que se passa sem estar onde se passa, dado o facciosismo que é colocado nos relatos. Isto vale para tudo e para todos. A imparcialidade nunca foi um forte humano.

 

Enviar um comentário

Links to this post:

Criar uma hiperligação

<< Home