Free Burma - Freiheit für Burma

Freiheit für Burma, der heutige Aktionstag der weltweiten Bloggingszene ist auch in unserem Sinn. Angezettelt und mit immenser Kraft umgesetzt von Robert Basic, mitgetragen durch eine riesige Community. Organisiert durch ein Wiki. Sogar eine Flickr-Gruppe gibt es.

Die wirtschaftlich katastrophale Lage hat die Proteste mit verursacht. Die Menschen wollen frei leben, arbeiten, Geld für sich und ihre Umwelt verdienen. Wenn die UNO etwas wert ist, rauft sie sich zu einem klaren Statement zusammen.

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6 thoughts on “Free Burma – der Freiheit eine Bahn

  1. Ich finde es tragisch, wie wenig Aufmerksamkeit unsere Politiker der Lag ein Burma schenken. Wünschte mir mehr Engagement. Man soll nicht nur politisch Druck ausüben, sondern versuchen den Menschen vor Ort zu helfen.

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  3. Man ersetze im nachfolgenden Text «Tibet» durch «Burma»…

    Every so often, I find myself for the umpteenth time, driving behind a Vermont granolamobile whose bumper not only proclaims the driver’s enduring post-2004 support for Kerry/Edwards but also bears the slogan “FREE TIBET.”

    It must be great to be the guy with the printing contract for the “FREE TIBET” stickers. Not so good for the guy back in Tibet wondering when the freedom thereof will actually get under way. Are you in favor of a Free Tibet? It’s hard to find anyone who isn’t. Every college in America is. There’s the Indiana University Students for a Free Tibet, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Students for a Free Tibet, and the Students for a Free Tibet University of Michigan chapter, and the University of Montana Students for a Free Tibet in Missoula, which is where they might as well relocate the last three Tibetans by the time it is freed.

    Everyone’s for a free Tibet, but no one’s for freeing Tibet. So Tibet will stay unfree–as unfree now as it was when the first Free Tibet campaigner slapped the very first “FREE TIBET” sticker onto the back of his Edsel. Idealism as inertia is the hallmark of the movement. Well, not entirely inert: it must be a pain in the neck when you trade in the Volvo for a Subaru and have to bend down and paste on a new “FREE TIBET” sticker. For a while, my otherwise not terribly political wife got extremely irritated by the Free Tibet shtick, demanding to know at a pancake breakfast at the local church what precisely some harmless hippy-dippy old neighbor of ours meant by the sticker he’d been proudly displaying decade in, decade out: “But what exactly are you doing to free Tibet?” she insisted. “You’re not doing anything, are you?”

    “Give the guy a break.” I said when we got back home. “He’s advertising his moral superiority, not calling for action. If Rumsfeld were to say, ‘Free Tibet? Jiminy, what a swell idea! The Third Infantry Division goes in on Thursday,’ the bumper-sticker crowd would be aghast. They’d have to bend down and peel off the ‘Free Tibet’ stickers and replace them with ‘WAR IS NOT THE ANSWER.’”

    But there’ll never be a Free Tibet–because, through all the decades Americans were driving around with the bumper stickers, the Chinese were moving populations, torturing Tibetans, imposing inter-marriage until Tibet was altered beyond recognition. By the time the guys with the Free Tibet stickers get around to freeing Tibet there’ll be no Tibet left to free.

    (aus «America Alone» von Mark Steyn)

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