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(en) Brazil, SÃo Paulo, rhizome - "They heard? It's the sound of your world falling ": EZLN (pt) [machine translation]

Date Thu, 24 Jan 2013 16:06:36 +0200


http://desinformemonos.org/2012/12/escutaram-eo-som-de-seu-mundo-se-derrubando-ezln -- In a massive action, disciplined and simultaneously, not seen since the days of insurgent survey of 1994, thousands of Zapatistas occupied peacefully in a deafening silence and five cities in the state of Chiapas. A few hours later showed a brief statement. ---- DesinformÃmonos ---- Translation: Mariana Petroni and Erneneck ---- Photos: Moyses ZÃÃiga ---- Chiapas, Mexico. Thousands of support bases of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) occupied a silent emblematic streets of the five municipalities of Chiapas, in the first demonstration that the Zapatistas do pubic since May 7, 2011, when joined the call of the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity. This simultaneous action and massive, the largest in history, was preceded by the announcement that the indigenous organization would give his word, which met a few hours after mobilization.

"To whom it may concern. Heard? It's the sound of your world falling. It is the resurfacing of our world. The day was the day it was night. And night will be the day that will be the day "the message was signed by Subcomandante Marcos and widespread hours later, through Enlace Zapatista page.

In each of the cities occupied (Ocosingo, Las Margaritas, Palenque, Altamirano and San CristÃbal), the Tzeltal, Tzotzil, ch'oles, Tojolabal, Zoque, and mestizos mames marched with their traditional scarves and balaclava, queued and silence rigorous. Men and women, mostly young, started on the templete in each city, and raised his fist. That was the most symbolic expression of the entire mobilization.

Strength, discipline, an extraordinary order, dignity, integrity and cohesion. Not hardly. There are 19 years in which a multitude of times were considered dead, divided and isolated. Again and again came out to say "here we are." Today, with 40,000 Zapatistas streets, again silenced, all at once, rumors infused.

In San CristÃbal de Las Casas, a city where demonstrations are traditionally made for the EZLN outside its territory, more than 20 000 men and women from the Zapatista caracol of Oventik where focused a day earlier, paraded under a rain that began at dawn . The march of 28 detachments (numbering according to leading groups in their balaclava) started out of town, around eight-thirty in the morning, and about noon the rear was still far from the city center. The central square was too small to receive all of them.

Inhabitants and tourists cheered and sang the hymn in some sections of the Zapatista march. Traders, as usual, dropped the curtains, because the Indians surprised them again. The pavilion has been placed in front of the cathedral, while the blocks were located Zapatistas arranged around the central area of ââtown.
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