Since 2011 i’ve been in awe at how France manages to balance out the right of its constituents to assemble and engage on political discourse on the street, while at the same time equalize the use of force on the crowds, it can get rough—but at least they don’t bury you. My observations come after experiencing both the American and the south of the border [policing] styles. My hope, as i prepare to head out into the crowd [today] is that all involved give each other a break.
Read on a tale about two cities.
“It was was the best of times,
it was the worst of times…“
TimeStamp 13h [time-now]…
… just a thought, or rather a response to the CGT member who ‘suggested’ to me that just about ‘anyone with a camera’ [mostly the ‘medias’] only focus on the destructive part of a so-called extreme left during a manifestation:
This blog, M’sieur, is all for workers rights and for finding a space to protest about what might be making your political thermometer go up—BUT—if the actions of discourse extend to deface a Children’s Hospital [on the section where surgery is being performed] then you are no longer engaging in whatever you might think that ‘class-warfare” means; if your movement has reached that new low then —your movement— just lost the specific “pro” part in the word “progressive”.
Breaking news: Popular primary vote count season in the U.S. is now over. Projected winners: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump… check local listings. With this, asegovia3.wordpress.com concludes its coverage of MSNBC Special Election take, for the primary election process in the U.S. of A.
Happy times —as close to the Wall— and Orlando should not be a political springboard for the owner of the Trump Tower.