Активисты про сгоревший Нотр-Дам-де-Пари

Vyacheslav Bashkov

Козицын (владелец УГМК и президент ХК «Автомобилист») заявил, что поддержит сгоревший Нотр-Дам, – сообщают СМИ.

Уважаемый Андрей Анатольевич, прошу обратить Ваше внимание, что в посёлке Северка, который входит в муниципальный округ Екатеринбурга, нет канализации. И дети, посещающие там школу, бегают на улицу в туалет системы “выгребная яма”. Может хрен с этим Нотр-Дамом? Помогите сделать канализацию школе, пожалуйста.

Cleanamarina Pty Ltd

11 ч.

Gone! Yesterday tragedy struct as Notre-Dame burnt down. At the same time the last female Yangtze Softshell Turtle died.

Within 24hrs over €600million has been pledged to rebuild an icon of imagined reality yet the extinction of another species has gone with barely an acknowledgement let alone the pledge of millions of Euros to halt or at least slow the current mass extinction event.

We place a ridiculous value on objects that are far from essential to our survival yet watch as ecosystems rapidly degrade to the point of collapse – at what cost to humanity?

I value both our cultural and natural history but it’s essential to remember and value our planets integrity over symbolism.

Xavier Duacastilla Soler

#Notredame Yo la dejaría así de quemada como reclamo turístico y que dediquen el dinero que invertirían en restaurarla en menesteres más espirituales como por ejemplo dar cobijo al desamparado, dar abrigo al desnudo, dar de comer al hambriento y de beber al sediento.

Hay uno imbéciles que sueltan 300 millones de euros para restaurarla. O sea que tienen pasta para esto y no para sacar al país a delante.

14 ч.Mientras… en el país del FOIE…

19 ч. Notre dame de touts les jours

Anarchist Black Cross Oceania
12 ч.#StandUpForTheBurrup

Cindy Milstein

Certain images become Rorschach tests. They capture what’s on the minds of society at a particular juncture in human history. Especially if we’re honest about what we see and feel at first glance. We become vessels for articulating the collective fears and fantasies of a specific era, all by simply blurting out our initial reaction on looking at the image of Notre-Dame in flames. In a flash, 865 years — from when a pope laid down the first foundation stone to today’s conflagration, and all the domination of clergy, colonizers, and capitalists in between — are telescoped into a mere second of unmediated, subconscious response.

For me, that initial split-second Rorschach test conjured a word, “metaphor,” and a feeling, “end times.” It was like a scene at the finale of a long, scary movie where one over-the-top image is supposed to convey cataclysm, and precisely because of the folly of the bad, bad guys.

Notre-Dame on fire looked and felt like a metaphor for all the hierarchical structures that are crumbling under their own weight almost at the same moment these days, exposed for the violence that they are — patriarchy, heteronormativity, white supremacy, and Christian hegemony, to name a few — but that would rather burn down the whole planet (along with its mosques, synagogues, and black churches) instead of stepping aside for a new world without gods and masters. They’d rather light the torches of a global fascism than allow humanity and the nonhuman world to bask in the light of what we know is possible for all — humbled and dignified lives, meeting our needs and desires in egalitarian concert with each other. A world in which we’d make art so beautiful that it would never be in serve of inquisitions, expulsions, displacements, sexual assault, and genocide, or even tourism, and thus we’d have far more compelling reasons to mourn its loss.

#WeAreTheGrandchildrenOfTheRebelsYouCouldNotBurn #WeMustOutliveThem

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