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  1. 2007/08/24
    독일: 인종 차별 공포 #2
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  2. 2006/11/21
    2001年11月~ #2
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  3. 2006/11/13
    2001年11月~ #1
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  4. 2006/08/04
    2005.8.04
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  5. 2006/03/12
    지난 주
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  6. 2005/12/16
    12.15 '報告'..
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  7. 2005/12/07
    In Exile... ^^
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  8. 2005/11/21
    4 년전에 #8(3)
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  9. 2005/11/20
    4 년전에 #7(1)
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  10. 2005/11/19
    4 년전에 #6
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독일: 인종 차별 공포 #2

1992.8.24, ROSTOCK-LICHTENHAGEN

 

Today, 15 years ago, the racist mass riots in Rostock-Lichtenhagen, (north)East Germany,

after two days of excessive attacks against a

hostel for refugees (asylum seekers) and migrant workers reached its apex. Hundreds of nazis, supported/joined by thousands of "ordinary" citizens, mainly (german) neighbors of the hostel, tried to kill nearly 100 Vietnamese

migrant workers..

 

 

 

1992.8.24.. 

..the most horrific terror night against the house of Vietnamese migrant workers 

Attack with signal ammunition gun 

 Massive fire bomb attacks

 Burning barricades against the fire brigades and paramedics

 After the latest terror night: a living room for the Vietnamese migrant workers

 8.25: the day after the progrom

 

 

 

About the background and the detailed chronology you must read that !

 

Related:

Le pogrom d’août 1992 à Rostock (French article)

Als der Mob die Herrschaft übernahm (German article)

Attacchi Nazisti #1 (Italian..)

Attacchi Nazisti #2 (..docu..)

Attacchi Nazisti #3 (..video)

Lichtenhagen August 1992 (German video)


Related to the latest racist riot last Sunday:

Jewish leader sounds alarm after racist attack (Guardian, 8.23)

 

 



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2001年11月~ #2

 

2001年11月21日

 

 

Remembering that date..

..after all, I think I lost all my means of expression..

 

 


 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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2001年11月~ #1

 

 

2001年 11月 12日 ~

 

 


"OH..!"

^_^

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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2005.8.04

Exactly one year ago I was deported from S.K. - uhuu~
진보블로그 공감 버튼트위터로 리트윗하기페이스북에 공유하기딜리셔스에 북마크

지난 주

Ya, what I did last week...

Between last Sun. and Tuesday I saw the Black Sea, Persian Gulf, Pakistan, China, Tibet, Gobi and the Yellow Sea, yaeh, right 황해!! And all this two times!

So, now you have to guess what I did... and with which result...

 

And to make it worse... meanwhile my friend, harrharr, I used to live together with him since about 6 month, kicked me out of the flat! Wow, what a funny surprise!!!

 

So now at first I have to find a new flat and later... I just dont know...

 

IT SEEMS THAT THE LIFE IS JUST A HUGE TRASH BAG!!! harrharr...

 

more about this bullshit perhaps later...

진보블로그 공감 버튼트위터로 리트윗하기페이스북에 공유하기딜리셔스에 북마크

12.15 '報告'..

Since the early morning (local time) I was just busy with the present solidarity staff of MTU for to get a better contact (and it's very difficult by 8,000 KM between..., when you don't have a "magic communication...^^"/nearly exactly 4 years ago we, ... and me, had this kind of communication - even sometimes without phone calls, e-mails... just in mind.. NO THIS WAS NOT A CASE FOR MENTAL HOSPITAL, Not AT ALL!) for to improve our efforts.

 

The last what I did today (CET), I uploaded the latest/only(grrrr~) appeal of KCTU for to support our(MTU's) struggle:


 

 

Help MTU have its demands met! Prevent more MTU leaders from being arrested!

On Monday, December 5, 2005, migrant workers from the Migrants' Trade
Union began occupying the offices of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC, actually a part of the government) in protest of a recent decision to uphold the unlawful detention of MTU's president, Anwar Hossain.....

 

The entire stuff you can read here:

http://migrant.nodong.net/zb/view.php?id=newsndates&page=1&sn1=&divpage=1&sn=off&ss=on&sc=on&select_arrange=headnum&desc=asc&no=260

 

 

 

Wow~ today (CET) the next article on the ETU-MB home page got 1,000 readers - and actually the article is a kind of strange... the writer (...^^) got a lot of problems after publishing...

But anyway..., once again: 

...축하..^^

And here you can read the stuff:

http://migrant.nodong.net/zb/view.php?id=newsndates&page=6&sn1=&divpage=1&sn=off&ss=on&sc=on&select_arrange=headnum&desc=asc&no=165

 

 

 

香港: 反WTO

 

It seems that our street fighters took a rest - actually not really, but at least there were no clashes with the cops reported...



삼보일배...

 

More about it here:

http://www.nodong.org/main/news_view.html?serial=437

and here:

http://www.voiceofpeople.org/new/news_view.html?serial=34212

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THAT'S ALL!

진보블로그 공감 버튼트위터로 리트윗하기페이스북에 공유하기딜리셔스에 북마크

In Exile... ^^

...TODAY SINCE FOUR MONTHS (today local time..),

ACTUALLY FOUR MONTHS TO LONG...

 

 

Well, last night (local time) I just was sitting here on the computer (old European...) until a.m. 3:00 and was waiting for news about the MTU occupation struggle in the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). In the early night I read the news about it in jinbo.net (wow, what is going on there??? no-one, or just few people are reading this stuff nowadays... I remember when I wrote aricles there some time ago I had hundreds, or even about thousand readers...). Later, around midnight a got a mail from S.K. that possibly the activists can be arrested soon. So I was really a kind, let's say, nervously.. But from then until last noon (local time) a Korean friend gave me more detailed informations.

 

Even I knew that there are some special actions going on at "home" I was getting up like usual, turned on the computer for the first check, what is going on in the world (the 3rd WW was starting, or so...??). After that I checked this site here to get the first news about MTU's activities (just in the "guestbook") and after that I just was checking, like usual every morning, the blog of my friend (comrade, or whatever...)... But actually I had no really time to think, understand (well, my Korean is still sh..) about her writings, postings (uhuu~, sorry, sorry..., but I realized.., I understood well, or again, I understood nothing..), because I just started to get everything together - in my "mind" - for an article about MTU's activities for our intl. solidarity.

 

Finally after two hours I had everything together, including the HTML version (please.. just hand made...) and I started to upload the stuff at first in LabourStart (www.labourstart.org ). And just a short while later they wrote me this: "OK, it's our top story -- meaning that it's also appearing simultaneously on hundreds of other websites thanks to our syndication." (wow, just a kind of small success...). Later I uploaded my stuff in East Asia, Australia, NZ.. (like her in Taiwan.. http://www.twimc.org/newswire/display/738/index.php )..

 

Meanwhile I got a mail from the directors of the (strange) "documentary" Migrant Workers Are Not Terrorists

http://info.piff.org/eng/html/archive/arc_search_view.asp?idx=10184&c_idx=16&m_entry_year=

and they wrote this:


"We just received happy news: that all our revolutionary documentaries
inc. Migrant Workers Are Not Terrorists have been selected to 9th Dhaka
International Film Festival in Bangladesh.
The festival starts on 17th January 2006 and runs through the 25th.
Rainbow Film Society has been organising the Dhaka International Film
Festival (DIFF) on a regular basis since 1992. The DIFF is the most
prestigious film event in Bangladesh, and to a great extent has helped
shape a healthy and positive film culture in the country. The DIFF is a
bold expression of resistance against the decadence, vulgarity and cheap
commercialism that pervades the mainstream. The festival has also been
able to create space for the young and aspiring filmmakers connect with
the bigger world outside and global trends and to strengthen the
parallel trend in Bangladesh cinema.

 

Anyway, we will visit Berlinale from February 9.-15.
...would be nice to have some drinks if youre there."

 

Yeah, another kind of nice message for me today..., even no-one knows DIFF (I think even they don't have a home page...).

 

And now, after I published our (MTU's) stuff in  E. Asia, S. Africa and nearly the entire Europe (from Cyprus to Norway..) I will continue with the Americas and then... I will just wait for the next news..

 

Finally, here (CET) it is now nearly a.m. 1:00, I finished the Americas..

http://chiapas.indymedia.org/display.php3?article_id=116391 chiapaz

http://santiago.indymedia.org/news/2005/12/41756.php chile

http://la.indymedia.org/news/2005/12/140735.php L.A.

http://peru.indymedia.org/news/2005/12/22972.php peru

http://dc.indymedia.org/newswire/display/131613/index.php washington, and so on... (actually it is everywhere the same..^^)

And now I did enough for today/y'day...!!!

 

Finally don't forget today's - actually every day's - ANTI-WAR EVENT!

P.M. 7, Gwanghwamun, in front of Kyobo B/D (yeah, it would be so good if one MTU activist go there to tell the people, and I know there are many citizens there at this time, what's going on, why we - MTU - take action now..) 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Look at the stars

I'll kiss you again

Between the bars

Where I'm seeing you there

With your hands in the air

Waiting to finally be caught

 

 

 

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4 년전에 #8

Yesterday, 4 years ago, I arrived back home. The first what I did, I was checking my e-mail box. And for my great surprise (was it really a surprise for me??) I found the first mail from my...!

 

 

And the mail was just soo nice, and as bonus she sent me beautiful pictures... Wow... and only few minutes later, I just wanted to go to bed, to take a rest, I got the first - nice, funny, lovely - phone call from her (and later hundreds more were following...)!

Actually starting from this time - for a while - the most wonderful, just let뭩 say magic time ?even we were separated over 8,000 KM - since ever was beginning for me...... and...

 

-FIN-



 

...just graffities in my currently neighbourhood... hihi...

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4 년전에 #7

Yesterday, 4 years ago - it was Tuesday and my last full day I spent in S.K. (remember it was just my first visit in the country...) - my German friend and me we went to a short trip to Incheon. There we wanted to search for the areas where several scenes of the beautiful movie "Take Care of my Cat" were photographed, because several scenes were playing there.

 

 

First we went on a hill to check the area... Wow, the air was complete f.. dirty and you could just see the ugly port and some factories. Later we wanted to walk to the seaside, but unfortunately we'd to pass a industrial area where even the breathing was paining because of the dirty air. The 밷oardwalk?(so-called promenade) was just terrible, desert and not nice, not really...

There I made a call to Seoul, to my new friend, that we could meet in the evening at the subway station near to the house where I was staying at that time. I told her that we will finish the trip in Incheon not so late, because we wanted to prepare a German dinner as a special surprise. She said that she will come at the time and that already is happy to meet me...

Of course after the boardwalk we found the areas what for we were searching for the Chinese quarter and some of the most poor areas in Incheon. It was exactly like it was shown in the movie. Actually it was very depressing, even I knew that still many people are forced to life in such terrible conditions..

 

In the afternoon back in Seoul we prepared the dinner and in the evening I was walking, very anxious, to the subway station to pick up... I met her (uhuu~ she was so happy..) and I brought her to the house. Wow, and she brought flowers for the owner of the house (soon she called her "older sister" the first time that I heard this..).

Anyway the German dinner was good, but I think a little unfamiliar to her (perhaps not spicy enough...) and in the beginning ?funny to see ?she had some problems to use fork and knife (haha, like me when I had to use...). Later we were drinking Italian wine (I think it wasn't sweet enough...), we my German friend and me, told about our visit in N. Korea the year before and we showed some of the pictures we made there.

 

After a while our hosts got tired and we, my friend and me, had to move in the room I was staying during the time there. And a really interesting and beautiful time was beginning. She told me many things about her family, I learned a lot about the Korean society and until the late night, early morning she told me traditional stories about Buddha and the small tree, about princess Ba-ri...... Actually this night was the best present for me in all the time I spent in S.K. ?I just felt very, very comfortable... actually the situation was not really explainable. Finally I was learning a lot, but also many things just left me confusing... Finally in the coming morning we뭗 to say good bye, perhaps for a long, long time, because just few hours later the plane would bring me back home, 8,000 KM far away from her...

I know, how I told this story it is to illbred, not sensible enough (ha, usually I just write about class struggle, bloody street battles and stuff like that..)...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

진보블로그 공감 버튼트위터로 리트윗하기페이스북에 공유하기딜리셔스에 북마크

4 년전에 #6

Yesterday, 4 years ago ? it was Monday ? in the early evening I was meeting with my new Korean friend (...remember the night before...) again. Ha, and she was not alone, she just brought a friend (...) with her. Intersting idea, but pehaps not so clever (...).

She wanted to show me her university and during the tour there she told me beautiful stories about it and her experiences, her being there. Following the sightseeing tour through the univ. she invited me to her most famos tea house in the near neighborhood. Wow, she brought just for me, she said, a very special tea ? chrysanthemum tea (hwanghwa-cha ) and the staff in the tea house prepared it for us. Actually a real nice experience it was for me!

Later we took a bus to downtown and just after some stations the friend (...) had obvious enough from us ? the entire time he was just hanging around beside or behind us, without nothing to say, or even to understand ? and just left us alone.

Later my she showed me the King?s Palace (Gyeongbok-gung, she called it the imperial palace...hihi..) and some places she like in downtown Seoul. Wow... and during this short tour she also promised me that when I would come the next time to visit her in S. Korea, she would "speak much better English like now". This night we spent not so long time together because she had to be "at the right time" in her dormitory. And before we left each other, I brought her to a taxi, we made an appointment for the next evening (actually I wanted to invite her for a trip to Incheon, to visit the places in which many scenes of the movie "Take Care of my Cat" were playing, but unfortunately she had to go to the univ.). But on the other side I could promising her, that on the coming evening (actually my last evening/night in S. Korea, before the day later I?d to fly back...) there would be a surprise waiting for her...

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