Nombre de messages : 8069
Localisation : Washington D.C.
Date d'inscription : 28/05/2005
|LA NEGROPHOBIE TUE !|| |
LA NEGROPHOBIE TUE !Ceux qui sont réfractaires à la langue de William
Shakespeare se contenteront, si on peut dire ça, des images effroyables
de cette Congolaise qui s'est immole, car poussée à bout par un racisme
au quotidien qui l'a complètement marginalisé au Luxembourg. Pour en
arriver là, on peut imaginer que cette mère de famille n'en pouvait
probablement plus de vivre le mépris, la marginalisation et les
humiliations diverses.Fallait-il pour autant en arriver là ? Non ! La
vie vaut la peine d'être vécue, comme le chantait le formidable Serge
Avant que d'autres soient tentés
d'en faire de même, à quand le traitement de la NEGROPHOBIE comme un
grand fléau mondial ? Il faudra le faire, à défaut, il y en a qui ne se
sentiront pas concernés alors que leur quotidien est pavé d'actes de
NEGROPHOBIE structurelle ou subliminale. Par exemple, demandez aux
Zozos de Zoé, ils ne savent toujours pas qu'ils ont apporté la
démonstration que ce syndrome à plusieurs variantes. Dans leur cas, il
s'agissait seulement de razzier et déporter 103 enfants afin de les
"sauver" de la misère. No comment !
horrifying sight which traumatized shoppers and office workers in the
centre of Luxembourg City last week has now been labeled as a protest against racism. The Belgian woman of Congolese origin who set herself alight in the middle
of Place d'Armes told witnesses that she was! doing it to protest
against racism, moments before she carried out th e desperate act which
has left her in hospital fighting for her life.
Delvaux-Mufu, a mother of three in her forties, alerted several
national newspapers late on Tuesday morning last week that she would be
burning herself alive on place des Martyrs at
12.45 am, before setting out accompanied by her husband to walk through
the centre of town to her macabre rendezvous. The police were alerted
and officers were deployed to the Rousegärtchen.
the woman changed her plan when she came across a group of journalists
gathered to cover an event organized by the 'Movement écologique' on
Place d'Armes, opposite the Cercle municipal. She soaked herself in
petrol before confronting the members of the press, announcing that she
was about to sacrifice her life to protest against racism. Moments
later, she struck a match, turning herself into a human torch in front
of hundreds of people.
s husband and passers-by jumped on the burning body, attempting to
stifle the flames with coats and jackets. The sce! ne made several
people feel unwell and many witnesses who filled the square at
lunchtime were traumatized by the woman's shrieking screams of
unimaginable pain. The flames were already extinguished when police,
rescue services and the fire brigade arrived at the scene. One person
is reported to have vomited after seeing the woman being transported
into an ambulance. The events in Place d'Armes have also started a
controversy regarding the authorities' lack of psychological support
was taken to the Bon Secours hospital in Metz , where she is being
treated in a specialized ward for burns and is fighting for her life.
Grand Duchess Maria Teresa visited the woman and her family at the
hospital last week.
television was the first to run a news flash about the incident on its
website on Tuesday afternoon last week. 352 reported the bulletin in
its news in brief section, shortly before going to print. Events
preceding the incident only came to light later on in the week.
42-year-old Belgian citizen and her husband had been facing financial
difficulties. They had recently indebted themselves by buying a Citroën
garage in Oberwampach, before realizing they were missing the documents
that would allow them to set up a business. Delvaux-Mufu wrote a letter
to Le Jeudi recounting her story of bureaucratic difficulties and
economic despair. "I'm against all forms of violence, but day after
day, my family and I have to endure moral violence, discrimination,
insults and much more from Mr Juncker's administration" , she said in
the letter published last week.
problems had driven the woman to desperately plead her case at the
Prime minister's office early on the same day of the incident. Her
threat to burn herself alive on Place des Martyrs after being turned
away by the authorities caused government officials to contact the
police. A city-wide search was organized, but nobody could foresee the
woman would change her plans.'
Le Mensonge peut courir un an, la vérité le rattrape en un jour, dit le sage Haoussa
se SURPASSER ,ne JAMAIS ABDIQUER,TOUJOURS RESTER HUMBLE