Posts Tagged ‘inequality’


In Fanny Lulu's diary on April 30, 2012 at 11:19 am

Nous sommes le peuple indigné.

(We are the people enraged.)

Nous avons le droit de se sentir outragé.

(We have the right to feel outraged.)

Nous sommes trompés et les malades de toute la triche.

(We are cheated and sick of all these shadies cheating on us for ages.)

WE ARE THE MAJORITY but it definitely seems that we are the slaves of the HAPPY MINORITY !

This is not  an academic column and shouldn’t be written in that serious way in order to bring to the people’s attention whom i do want to reach and to cry of my restless body and soul with…

Dreaming makes you free ! Dreams are turned to nightmares by dirty hands, visible and secret powers. We live in this world and this world belongs to all of us. And in this world we have the absolute right to live humanly and with dignity.

We are all entangled in a system we cannot control. A system that is killing us slowly and by stealth. Some of us go along with this and others resist and seek a better world. We must shake the shackles of our “learned helplessness”, a virus that terrorizes us and pushes us into “depression”, the plague of our age. Whether it is capitalism or socialism or sharia that shape our lives, that manufacture our consent and wrap us up in the hustle of life they all fail to give us what we need and seek as humans. Consuming for consumption’s sake cannot make up for our real needs. And in many parts of the world those real needs such as freedom from hunger, adequate shelter, access to safe water, healthcare, education, job security and equality of opportunity are kept from us by greed, persecution and blatant injustice. We cannot remain silent when faced with inequities and we must fight for our fundamental rights. Our rights as humans, our rights as citizens, our rights as women and men.

As opposed to spreading hate speeches, i would love you to be aware of your human rights and step up your awareness by reading, watching, listening and enhancing your points of view. You should never forget that the capitalist system has not been existed all of a sudden and it will never collapse unless it completes its evolution through the naturel disasters, economic crisis, civil wars etc… In light of this reality you should figure out that everygrassroots movement goes along by improving in the course of time as long as you stop mental masturbation and take an action.

We must stand up for our granted lives against the powers which steal our rights from our hands and minds!

We must stand up for our earth we live in against the capitalist thieves!

We want back our green spaces which is not for sale but for every living creature, streets to walk and bike in freedom, love affairs based on true love, business connection based on honesty, nonviolent communication between common people and more to live humanly in the world.

We want you “politicians” to be aware of that the main reason behind terrorism is poverty and inequality and to know the truth that there will not be the real richness before the people of the whole world get rich.

Salute to all the proletarians of the world!

Salute them with my raised right and left fists of  “Solidarity” !

Salute them with the bright light of hope!

And Salute to all the Legal Terrorists from the poor and indignant crowd of the world!

Come and join us in the bloody race between thesis and antithesis in order to take your side and seize “The Mondays in The Sun”after “Bloodless Sundays”!

Leaving the living!

In Afasia's corner... on April 4, 2012 at 3:43 pm

A 77 years old retired person shot himself right front of Parliament in Athens. That sad news made me look at suicide rates in Greece. What I found on is that, rates are almost double than right before economical crisis. People suicide due to economical crisis. People are ashamed to look at garbage and prefer to die in honour.

Before the financial crisis first began to bite three years ago, Greece had the lowest suicide rate in Europe at 2.8 per 100,000 inhabitants. It now has almost double that number, the highest on the continent, despite the stigma in a nation where the Orthodox Church refuses funeral rights for those who take their lives. Attempted suicides have also increased.

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I also checked politicians attempted to suicide. There are not really many politicians. This makes me repeat the same question on same exact topic. How economic crisis can affect us all, we loose our jobs, our money in banks, our lives, our houses, they even put us in prison due to some circumstances and how come this critical situation which makes all of us suffer does not affect any politician? They can keep living almost with the same tranquillity. They can increase their salaries. They can buy a yacht to their son/daughter. They can keep travelling all over the world for business purposes. When would they think about cutting their salaries, stop travelling for a while, cutting parliamentary expenses. Do we really need to mention that? Aren´t those our common senses? Why can´t we share the same situation and have same difficulties if we all are same countries citizens? How can they permit this inequality? How can just look at their people suiciding with cold blood?

Repeating all those questions make me angrier. I believe that makes all of us feel angrier. I strongly believe, it´s going to be too late when people go out and kill politicians instead suiciding!! It´s going to be really late to take some action before people start looting/stealing instead searching food in some garbage.

We hope they(politicians) will measure the situation and avoid any other sad suicide attempt by our citizens of the world due to this artificial, fake, false, hand made economical crisis! If you(politicians) really want to exploit something, please don´t do it with our lives.

Thanks and Best Regards

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Our cruel world of indifference and inequality…

In Afasia's corner... on April 2, 2012 at 10:01 am

A poor Pakistani boy suicides by burning himself because his family could not afford school dress. His family neither could send him to the school due to lack of money but local private school accepted him for free as he was a promising student.

He died in hospital due to his injuries and the family has difficulties to pay the treatment of 5.500$.

This situation just remind us many Pakistani, African, Chinese or South American little boys or girls having difficulties just to study and learn. It´s our governments indifference and inequality not providing the basic needs for our children who are going to build our future and burning instead front of our eyes. Not so different in Europe. European children can go to school, study and learn but same kind of indifference here also work. In a system which create reckless children of Europe´s future, they are just like us.

We should think about our education system once again and teach our children the importance of all alive, all living on this planet. Show them the diverse of differences and living in peace all together is possible. Tell them about our history not proudly showing our fathers mistakes and wars. Any child watching TV everyday would do anything violence like it´s something normal. It´s more normal in Middle East, South American or African countries. A child growing with drug sellers may do this business as it´s something normal(Mexico). A girl sees her elder sisters doing prostitution may think that is the easiest way to earn money(like in Brazil).

Creating a world of equality is possible.  Just by giving love a chance instead of breeding disasters, like my dear friend said before by her lovely article! Give a chance and read her article too.

Thanks and Best Regards

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