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» 17/02/2003

¶ 5000 in ljubljana, 10.000 in zagreb, 500.000 in new york, 1 million in london, 3 millions in rome... we did it, we went on the street, we asked for humanity, equality and piece. how oldschool, but so necessary. again.

the weird thing happend at the demonstration on the
15 of February. first of all i would say this wasn't just some demonstration, it was a calm walk for us all. and than i saw a guy walking with scribled poster that said 'down with husein'. i was shoked, ironicaly asking him if he missed the que, but he answered to me: madam, aren't we all here for piece.
instead of argueing i tried to continue, asking myself how come that people don't value and colerrate properly, how come that they make misplaced assumptions so regulary. the question is not bush vs. husein, but the far more complex issue about absolutism, centralisation, power, control and privacy. the hidden enemy is always a fiction, this is why he is hidden. the fiction can be always missused for mass paranoia. and paranoia is always leading to wrong conclusions.

this world looks like a big mistake. but at least there will be no more war.

yes i do.
i do believe. (00:28)



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