Ce ramane de facut? Pungesti, RO (7 dec. 2013)


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Intr’o tara in care dreptul la proprietate privata este incalcat grosolan, dreptul la libera exprimare este abuziv interzis, dreptul la libera circulatie este constrans, ce ne mai ramane de facut?

Astazi la Pungesti, batrani, femei, copii, tineri erau luati pe sus si aruncati in dube de catre acesti „eroi” ai vremurilor noastre, jandarmii.

Oamenii veniti acolo sa-si apere pamantul au fost pur si simplu calcati in picioare pentru ca au avut putearea sa spuna STOP. Oare cati dintre noi avem acest sentiment inversunat care ne face sa spunem STOP?

Oameni inlaturati abuziv de pe pamanturile lor, oameni mintiti in fata de catre cei pe care i’au ales, oameni batjocoriti si batuti in propria lor „casa”. Acesta a fost scenariul zilei de astazi Sambata 7 decembrie, Pungesti, Vaslui, Romania.

Copiii se uita speriati si nu inteleg, batranii se uita neputinciosi cum le sunt calcate in picioare de sutele de jandarmi, pamanturile abia semanate, tinerii sunt luati,batuti si incarcati in masinile jandarmeriei ca niste animale.

Daca va uitati atent cine are drapelul tarii in mana si cine isi apara pamantul si drepturile, are de suferit.

Oare cand ne vom trezi si vom realiza ca daca suntem cu totii solidari putem schimba Romania?

 

In a country where the right to private property is wildly violated, where the right to freedom of expression is abusively denied, where the right to freedom of movement is constrained, what is there left to do?

Today at Pungesti, elderly, women, young people and even children, were lifted up and thrown into vans by these „heroes” of our times, the policemen.

The people that came there to defend their land, were simply trampled because they had the guts to say STOP. I wonder how many of us have this will power and heat to say STOP, nowadays?

People abusively removed from their lands, people lied to their face by those they had elected, people mocked and beaten in their own “home”. This was the cruel and sad scenario of Saturday – December 7th, Pungesti, Vaslui, Romania.

The children look scared and do not understand a thing, elder people look helpless as their freshly sown lands are trampled on by hundreds of policemen, and the young ones are taken away, beaten and loaded in the county police cars like animals.

If you look carefully, you see that the ones who wave our country’s flag and the ones who try to defend their land and rights, are the ones who have to suffer the cops’ violence.

When are we going to wake up for real and realize that only united we can change and save Romania?

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