La mejor reseña que he leído de la manifa del 11-S en Bruselas

Escrita por un danés residente en Bruselas y publicada por el Brussels Journal. Merece la pena leerla para completar otras reseñas citadas aquí (Reflexiones sobre la manifestación de 11-S).

En la disputa habida entre los organizadores (SIOE) y el Vlaamms Belang se pone de parte de los primeros, pero dejémolos a un lado, yo no estoy tan seguro. Lo más curioso es el relato del encuentro de los manifestantes con el alcalde en un café:

I had the fine opportunity after he had asked where we all came from, to ask his table what ‘Freedom of Speech’ meant. Some shook their heads and then I repeated in French, then to humiliate him further I told them it reminded me of a return to the 1930’s and that I thought the mayor was behaving like a Fascist — I let it sink in, and then I added that “you know, we have got no Fascists in Denmark, but we love cartoons and we still have got freedom of expression.”

Y lo mejor de todo que el movimiento se extiende:

The whole thing was worth it and with SIOE to start in Poland, the Czech Republic, Belgium and Russia, it was decided to reject all political parties with the rational decision that SIOE can’t support any political parties but all political parties can support SIOE and speak their cause — As Anders Gravers illustrated to a journalist asking him if he was rightwing he asked back “Tell me if it is rightwing or leftwing to be against stoning?”

Me fío cada vez más de los países del Este, incluida Rusia.

On the 11th of September I Broke the Law

PS: Por cierto, ¿os queréis creer que la foto de arriba no aparece en Google?

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