The end for me is not very far off any more. But it still leaves me a chance to be able to remind others of what acted as the basis of my political engagement. It was the years of resistance to the Nazi occupation -- and the program of social rights worked out 66 years ago by the National Council of the Resistance! It is to Jean Moulin [murdered founder of the Council] that we owe, as part of this Council, the uniting of all elements of occupied France -- the movements, the parties, the labor unions -- to proclaim their membership in Fighting France, and we owe this to the only leader that it acknowledged, General de Gaulle.
|Published (Last):||12 October 2019|
|PDF File Size:||4.61 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||5.94 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
They were especially embarrassed by the efficiency of non-violence that is committed to ensuring it raises the support, understanding, support of all those who in the world are the enemies of oppression. In the concept of efficiency, I choose a non-violent hope. The people who accompanied us have not been allowed into the Gaza Strip. Yet that is what is now in danger. They have been guided by their fears. Indignez vous! Some dare to say to us that the State cannot afford the expenses of enblish measures for citizens any more.
Thus, they can tell indignez-vous english translation, terrorism is a form of exasperation. In the notion of exasperation, it is necessary to understand violence as the regrettable conclusion of situations not acceptable to those who are subjected them. He is the German philosopher Walter Benjamin.
To emancipate we must ensure that each Member State of United Nations undertakes to respect these universal rights. It is comprehensible, I would say almost natural, but it still is not acceptable. So must the oppressors. You probably heard already, especially if you are in Western Europe, about the latest editorial phenomenon which some call The New Tranlation Red Franslation.
The official reports alone should provoke a commitment. More than the material destructions like tranlation Red Cross hospital in Cast Lead, indignez-ous the behavior of Gazans, their patriotism, their love of the sea and beaches, their constant concern for the welfare of their children, Page 9 countless, laughing, that haunt our memory. Fromafter a dreadful drama [WWII], it was an ambitious resurrection of society to which the remaining contingent of the Council of the Resistance devoted itself.
To the young people, I say: The Hegelianism interprets the long history of humanity as having a meaning: It does not help its cause, but we can explain this gesture by the exasperation of Gazans. Machine translation like Deepl or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia.
Tranzlation have been guided by their fears. I share conclusions of the South African judge. By Stephane Hessel, Page 1. We joined the stream of history and the mainstream of the history must neglish through each.
It was as principal private secretary of Henry Laugier, the adjunct general-secretary of the UN, and as and secretary of the Commission on Human Rights that I with others was led to participate in the writing of this statement.
The new generation cannot let this gap become even greater. Views Read Edit View history. The basic pattern of resistance was indignation.
True, the reasons for outrage today may seem less net or the world too complex. We saw them making bricks, for lack of cement, to rebuild the thousands of houses destroyed by tanks. Because it does not allow one to acquire results that hope can possibly, eventually produce. Englidh doing the ordering, who decides? TOP Related Posts.
Indignez vous! by Stephane Hessel – the text
Gepubliceerd: 30 november Tags: "Indignez-vous! Whatever the reason, Indignez Vous! The book has sold over , in just three months. It will be interesting to see if Indignez-vous! Cry Out!
"Indignez-vous!" - English
Content[ edit ] The year-old author starts with a brief reference to his participation in the French Resistance at the end of the Second World War , pointing out that outrage was at its roots. He then outlines two somewhat contradictory views of history that have both influenced him, that of the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre , who was his teacher at the Ecole normale superieure in Paris and that of the German writer Walter Benjamin , who was a colleague and a close friend of his father, Franz Hessel. The author asserts that indifference is the worst of attitudes. He speaks of his experience among the drafters of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and exhorts young people to look around for topics of indignation.
- CICLO DE LOEFFLER PDF
- LON BLOY LE SANG DU PAUVRE PDF
- FRATURA ESCAFOIDE PDF
- CESSNA 172SP G1000 POH PDF
- CT7 BUSINESS ECONOMICS PDF
- DANCING SKELETONS DETTWYLER PDF
- TERRY GUINDI LOS SECRETOS DETRAS DEL SECRETO PDF
- BALON INTRAAORTICO DE CONTRAPULSACION PDF
- FRIEDRICH AUGUST VON HAYEK THE ROAD TO SERFDOM PDF