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Happy new year ?
- by leG 01/01/2013 @ 12:18
Happy new year !
( take it easy with all your own choices :
☃ ♦ ♤ ♣ ⚖ ☮ ☀ ☔ ♬ ♫ ♪ ♩ ☼ ♥ )
A single one in charge: the wind!
- by ptitLadit 14/03/2011 @ 08:56
A single one in charge: the wind!
lets laugh, We'll have enough time to cry ...
- by RisCocher 23/02/2011 @ 13:23
When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, [...] ,a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.
Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer
, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed
. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations
, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty
, to throw off such Government
, and to provide new Guards for their future security. [...]
( à ce qui ce dit, multiplier les effets graphiques sur un texte, ça fait agressif et risque d'indisposer le lecteur : - désolé ! src="inc/img/smileys/mad.gif" border="0" title="mad" alt="mad"> )
1rst on line graphiware !
- by SarkomMence 11/02/2011 @ 18:51
Tunisia / France : underestimate of the malaise
- by MalEntendu 18/01/2011 @ 11:06
Tunisia / France : underestimate of the malaise
The blunder of our national MAM
: can't it be significant of some indiscrimination in France?
see => "A French diplomacy in the spotlight"
Here is a French government which, proud of its "victory
" against the millions of French demonstrators opposite to its "reform
" of the pensions,
proposed to the Tunisian government " a French cooperation in maintenance of law and order and in management of demonstrations " !!!
Our leaders themselves (MAM last night on TV) acknowledge having first somewhat underestimated the situation in Tunisia.
Is not the French plebs entitled to have a strong presentiment of a French carelessness exceeding the mere diplomatic sphere?
The example of Tunisia might give ideas to the nearby countries...
but ... what it is thus that prevents a lot of insignificant French people from feeling guided by this voisinnage
... otherwise the sedative virtues of the anachronistic statuses of our public service !...
(= > see last articles on this blog
Let us wish all the peoples, who fight today for a real democracy, not to fall in turn in the historic trap of fallacieuses ideologies which had driven somewhere else to Mandarinat, to Nomenklatura, and ... to our french "fonctionnaires
" ! ( with many kinds of privileges and the first of them : to be, during there whole life, protected from unemployment...)
Despite the slogans heard in french demonstrations ( "Tous ensemble, tous ensemble, ouais, ouais !"
) who did not notice how few demonstrators are really representative of the most modest, or victims of injustices ? If our state employees could be unemployed, demonstrations would be bigger in France !
We know their weak argumentation ... ( They decree that people who can't gain competition for their magic statuses are jealous ... They rely on a magic concept of "égalité des chances
" in order to replace the equality wanted by human rights ...)
In fact, on the short term, this artificial stability given to privileged persons can offer some interesting effects. And, so, we can interpret favorably, this time, servicemen's non-action :
But, if we wanted to generalize, it would be necessary, at first, to stop forgetting in France, which was the essential reason of the conscription (military service for all the citizens); namely: a public-spirited control of the career soldiers, by an implicit "duty of disobedience "
If our hexagonal state employees - small or High (not to say big) - continue to want to be more royalist than king, in exceptions in the democratic ideal, we are bound to hope that the real democracy comes to us from there where we waited for it least : China? somewhere else?...
The Frogs which ask for King
- by ReinetteDuBoycot 25/01/2010 @ 12:21
Go to Hell
- by 100prefeRance 05/06/2009 @ 17:51
Message for Irish people (from a french fellow)
- by SyNic 08/06/2008 @ 19:18
dear Irish people, ("peuple des cités lointaines" ...)
You might have heard this sentence (or one translation) :
--" ... Je souhaite que les Irlandais comprennent l'enjeu extrêmement fort qui les concerne, qui nous concerne ..." /
"... I hope that the Irish understand the extremely high stakes, as they are concerned, as we are concerned ..."
As a simple french citizen, please, one moment, let me tell you that I'm out of this non-communication
. ( Do those words bring you anything ? ) I was not consulted to formalize such a speech! You will consider it suggests a particular opinion
and it does not reflect a 'general will' from french people.
I am convinced
that you, as much as anyone, have the capacity to understand the challenge of democratic principles respect : you don't need my wishes for that.
On the other hand - whether regarding the ratification of the European treaty, you might remain undecided -
I humbly wish that you will not forget these observations:
-- The French were not directly consulted for the approval of this treaty
-- The text of this treaty is not very different from the "draft European Constitution."
"On 29 May 2005, the French have rejected (54.67%) the draft European Constitution that was submitted to them by way of referendum"
-- The Dutch, neither, have not had the opportunity to directly approve this 'new' treaty.
During the consultative referendum held on Wednesday 1st June 2005, the Dutch have rejected (61.6%) the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe. The participation was important because it amounts to 64.8%, well beyond the 39% recorded in 2004 for the European elections. (See: http://constitution-europeenne.info/)
-- You use the Internet. You may help yourself to guess whether the Dutch people are really friendly to the treaty
-- French, Dutch, (and all the Europeans who have not had the opportunity to express their democratic convictions) have no other choice but to rely on your votes ...
Enough swagger, we need true debates
- by HyppoCrieZy 16/03/2008 @ 18:51
" Enough swagger, we need true debates "
[ WORLD FATE ?? ]
[sorry about approximative translation from french text..:« every day, the media approach 'questions of society making controversy ', that seem to smell the powder, but say to me, in this breaker of 'contradictory' opinions, how many wet firecrackers? How much saliva poured in a simplistic way to hide from true problems being daylight?
u should find the original ... : ]
It is more important to show common sense and lucidity than to adopt simplistic positions, because, finally, our society cannot be, (according to economist Mao Yashi), a society where seemingly we preach the cause of the poor men, but where really we make nothing for them and where, on the contrary, we spend wildly his saliva to damage better the interests of the most deprived »
Where from comes the illness I feel by reading what precedes?
Whoever, in Europe, in any cases in France, would have been able to write these lines by thinking of his immediate environment? Why couldn't I find these words by myself ?...
Hey indeed not ! It was necessary that those words came from Chinese, speaking about their country (see International Mail N 906, in March, 2008, p 31)
[ see also the evocation of a petition signed by 12709 petitioners of all China ..]
The intensity of the evoked 'problem' is maybe bigger in China...
For all that, if the nature of the problem is also felt in our country, (which pretends to be more free and more 'democratic'), how is it that this question was never so clearly expressed by ourselves?
May be, that 'would not make it' in our 'democratic' country ?
Even if the reality of the evoked 'problem' is doubtless harder in China than in our country, don't we have more moral responsability to react to this kind of fault ( as we are so proud of our freedom )?
Would we more become 'used to that' than those who are sensible 'to discover' the 'democracy'?...