20 dezembro, 2010

Bazar - Sao Paulo - Brasil

KWAME ADZRAKU - Buenos Aires - Argentina

18 dezembro, 2010

A participaçao política das mulheres - ONU

            A Organizaçao das Naçoes Unidas publicou mapa sobre a participaçao politica de mulheres pelo mundo. O Brasil deixa muito a desejar, està na 77 posicao em relacao a participacao das mulheres nos Ministerios, e 111 posicao sobre a participacao das mulheres no Parlamento.
             Esperamos que a situacao melhore com Dilma na Presidência da República.

             Confiram
             http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/public/womeninpolitics2010/wmnmap10_en.pdf

16 dezembro, 2010

70 anos do Frank Zappa!

SHOW/FESTA NO CAFÉ PIUPIU
 
    70 ANOS DO FZ!
 
A TCSB, fará sua primeira apresentação após o Zappanale na Alemanha.
Estamos morrendo de saudades de vcs, vamos curtir juntos!
 
terça dia 21 de dezembro,
às 21,30, casa abre às 20,30
ingresso 20,00R$ 
 
na Rua 13 de Maio 134.

LUNDU EN DESACUERDO CON LAS “DISCULPAS DE FRECUENCIA LATINA POR EL RACISMO DEL PERSONAJE NEGRO MAMA”

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CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS Y PROMOCIÓN AFROPERUANOS
COMUNICADO

LUNDU EN DESACUERDO CON LAS “DISCULPAS DE FRECUENCIA LATINA POR EL RACISMO DEL PERSONAJE NEGRO MAMA”

LUNDU considera que el reportaje de Frecuencia Latina - Canal 2, emitido el día 14 de diciembre en el noticiero de “90 segundos”, con respecto a la resolución Tribunal de Ética 001-2010/TCQ-SNRTV no se condice ni obedece el mandato de difusión impuesto por dicho tribunal por las siguientes consideraciones:

1)      En la parte OCTAVA DEL MANDATO DE DIFUSIÓN de la resolución pre citada se establece que Frecuencia Latina  - Canal 2 exprese las disculpas del caso con relación a las secuencias 6.2 y 6.5. En el numeral 6.2 se hace referencia al diálogo que contiene las siguientes expresiones referidas a personas afroperuanas: “guindón con brazos”, “gallinazo”, “cocodrilo”. En el numeral 6.5 se señala que hay actitudes que revisten discriminación por el sólo hecho de tener el referido personaje la condición de afroperuano, lo que se manifiesta en diálogos despectivos hacia el personaje y actitudes prejuiciosas, como asustarse ante su presencia o presumir su conducta delictiva. Lo que en palabras del Tribunal “no se condice con los principios y valores recogidos en el Código de Ética” que rige para el presente caso y que se encuentra inspirado en los tratados de Derechos Humanos.

Sin embargo, Frecuencia Latina – Canal 2 ha pedido disculpas de manera general, a quienes se sientan ofendidos, sin precisar la secuencia ni ser específicos hacia la comunidad afroperuana, cuando se señala en la resolución aludida que la expresión de disculpas al público televidente y de manera especial al público afroperuano.
2)      El MANDATO dice además, que se debe describir las decisiones adoptadas por el Tribunal y que son 5 decisiones. No obstante, Frecuencia Latina – Canal 2 solo describe la segunda decisión que le favorece, mas no la tercera, cuarta y quinta.

La TERCERA DECISIÓN señala la aceptación de la queja referida argumentando que los diálogos y conductas en las secuencias atribuidas al personaje “Negro Mama” sí afectan la dignidad de las personas y constituyen expresiones que implican una discriminación racial hacia la comunidad afroperuana. De otro lado, la CUARTA DECISIÓN establece los diálogos y conductas advertidos por el Tribunal como atentatorios a la dignidad de las personas; mientras que la QUINTA DECISIÓN indica que toda queja presentada ante la SNRTV deberá ser puesta de conocimiento de los artistas o periodistas.
3)      Lo más grave consiste en: ninguna parte del mandato de difusión se señala que estas disculpas públicas tienen que ser refutadas y/o comentadas, puesto que no existe en el momento de la difusión ningún representante de la SNRTV, ni de LUNDU para que pueda rebatir los argumentos expuestos, más aún cuando estos ya fueron deliberados en la SNRTV con representantes de Frecuencia Latina y LUNDU. La resolución constituye una decisión que hay que acatar en todos sus extremos; mas no únicamente en lo que puede favorecer al medio de comunicación, refutando los argumentos expuestos por LUNDU y tomados en cuenta por la SNRTV.

4)      Esperamos que la SNRTV se exprese al respecto pues consideramos que se debe de garantizar el adecuado cumplimiento de su propia resolución, pues es sumamente preocupante que se socave de esta manera la estructura misma del Tribunal de la SNRTV a través de un inadecuado cumplimiento de sus decisiones.

5)      Reiteramos nuestro profundo respeto a la libertad de expresión y a la importancia de generar NUEVOS MODELOS de medios de comunicación y empresas que no refuercen estereotipos  discriminatorios y que,  por el contrario,  aporten  hacia la construcción de relaciones de respeto entre los peruanos y peruanas.

Lima, 15 de diciembre de 2010
Con el ruego de su difusión
LUNDU Centro de Estudios y Promoción Afroperuanos
Contactos a los teléfonos 993 -530-955 / 628-3764

Comunicaciones LUNDU


Av. Bolívar 138 "A". Pueblo Libre. Lima. Telefax: (0511) 628 3764


09 dezembro, 2010

Solidariedade a Lino e Mário Ito Bocchini

Publicado pelo Centro de Mídia Independente
Maior jornal do Brasil processa blog independente e inaugura um novo tipo de censura.

Entrevista com Lino Bocchini

08/12/2010 às 22:32

Ação inédita na Justiça está sendo boicotada pela mídia brasileira, que é dominada por poucas famílias, e abre um precedente terrível para todos os blogueiros do país

A exemplo do que aconteceu na eleição do Obama e em outros pleitos na Europa, na recente disputa presidencial brasileira, que terminou com a eleição da candidata de Lula (Dilma Roussef), a internet teve peso inédito na campanha eleitoral. A atuação de centenas de blogs foi especialmente importante porque, em sua maioria, eles apoiaram a candidata de esquerda (Dilma) e, por outro lado, praticamente toda a mídia convencional (rádio, TVs, jornais e revistas) defendeu fortemente o candidato de oposição, José Serra, que formou uma poderosa coalização política-midiática-religiosa conservadora ? que acabou derrotada. A importância da Internet ficou óbvia no último dia 24 de novembro, quando Lula concedeu a primeira entrevista de um presidente brasileiro exclusiva para blogueiros. Foi um claro reconhecimento à sua importância e ao contraponto que eles fizeram à mídia tradicional.

Em meio a esse cenário, surgiu em setembro um blog chamado Falha de S.Paulo, uma paródia ao maior jornal brasileiro, a Folha de S.Paulo. Em português, "Folha" é uma das formas de referir-se a um jornal. E "Falha" significa falha. Era um blog recheado de fotomontagens, brincadeiras e críticas ácidas ao noticiário da Folha. Eram críticas sempre bem-humoradas, porém duras. Para se ter uma ideia, uma das montagens de maior sucesso (e mais irônica) punha o rosto do dono do jornal, Otavio Frias Filho, no corpo de Darth Vader. Pois bem: após um mês no ar o jornal entrou na Justiça para censurar o blog. Pior: conseguiu. Ainda pior: além de conseguir cassar o endereço, a Folha abriu um processo de 88 páginas contra os criadores do site, pedindo indenização em dinheiro por danos morais.

O jornal alega "uso indevido de marca", por causa da semelhança entre os nomes Folha e Falha e porque o logotipo do site era inspirado no do jornal. A paródia foi criada por dois irmãos (Lino e Mário Ito Bocchini) que não têm ligação com nenhum partido político ou qualquer outra entidade. São duas pessoas "avulsas", o primeiro jornalista e o segundo, designer. E agora os irmãos estão tendo uma dificuldade brutal (e gastando bastante dinheiro) para se defender na Justiça de uma ação volumosa do maior jornal do país. E a previsão dos advogados e professores de direito ouvidos pela dupla é a de que a Folha deve ganhar a ação, mais por ser uma companhia grande e poderosa e menos pelo mérito da questão em si.

Aqui entra o motivo pelo qual os irmãos Bocchini resolveram levar a questão para além das fronteiras do país: no Brasil, menos de 10 famílias dominam os grandes meios de comunicação. E uma dessas famílias é justamente a Frias, que ficou incomodada com a Falha de S.Paulo e suas brincadeiras como a do Darth Vader. Por corporativismo, nunca um órgão de uma família noticia algo relacionado à outra. É uma espécie de tradição brasileira. A censura de um blog, ainda mais seguida de um pedido de indenização, é uma ação judicial inédita no Brasil. Por conta disso, os irmãos Bocchini estão sendo chamados a diversos eventos de comunicação, convidados a dar palestras etc. Estão recebendo muita solidariedade de blogueiros e ativistas por liberdade de expressão de todo país, e figuras públicas como o ex-ministro Gilberto Gil gravaram depoimentos condenando a censura e o processo da Folha. Mesmo assim jornais rádios, TVs e revistas seguem ignorando completamente o assunto.

A preocupação geral é que, se o jornal ganhar essa ação inédita (como tudo indica que vá acontecer), um recado claro estará dado às demais grandes corporações brasileiras, sejam de comunicação ou não: se alguém incomodar você na Internet, invente uma desculpa como essa do "uso indevido de marca". A Justiça irá tirar o site do ar e ainda lhe conseguir uma indenização em dinheiro. Ou seja, está nascendo um novo tipo de censura em nosso país, justamente pelas mãos de quem vive da liberdade de expressão. E não estamos conseguindo furar o bloqueio da mídia convencional, dominada pelas tais poucas famílias que já dissemos. Por isso só nos resta agora apelar para o exterior. link da página de divulgação:

A prisao de Assange, uma história mal contada...

Publicado no Daily Mail por Richard Pendlebury a reportagem "The Wikileaks sex files".

The Wikileaks sex files:

How two one-night stands sparked a worldwide hunt for Julian Assange


By Richard Pendlebury

December 07, 2010 "Daily Mail" -- A winter morning in backwoods Scandinavia and the chime of a church bell drifts across the snowbound town of Enkoping. Does it also toll for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange?

Today, this small industrial centre, 40 miles west of Stockholm, remains best-known — if known at all — as the birthplace of the ­adjustable spanner.

But if extradition proceedings involving ­Britain are successful, it could soon be rather more celebrated — by the U.S. government at least — as the place where Mr Assange made a ­catastrophic error.

Here, in a first-floor flat in a dreary apartment block, the mastermind behind the leak of more than 250,000 classified U.S. diplomatic cables this month slept with a female admirer whom he had just met at a seminar. She subsequently made a complaint to police.

As a result, Assange, believed to be in hiding in England, faces a criminal prosecution and ­possibly jail. Last night, a European Arrest ­Warrant was given by Interpol to Scotland Yard.

The Stockholm police want to question him regarding the possible rape of a woman and separate allegations from another Swedish admirer, with whom he was having a concurrent fling. But there remains a huge question mark over the evidence. Many people believe that the 39-year-old ­Australian-born whistleblower is the victim of a U.S. government dirty tricks campaign.

They argue that the whole squalid affair is a sexfalla, which translates loosely from the Swedish as a ‘honeytrap’.

One thing is clear, though: Sweden’s complex rape laws are central to the story.

Using a number of sources including leaked police interviews, we can begin to piece together the sequence of events which led to Assange’s liberty being threatened by Stockholm police rather than Washington, where already one U.S. politician has called on him to executed for ‘spying’.

The story began on August 11 this year, when Assange arrived in Stockholm.

He had been invited to be the key speaker at a seminar on ‘war and the role of the media’, ­organised by the ­centre-Left Brotherhood Movement.

His point of contact was a female party official, whom we shall refer to as Sarah (her identity must be ­protected because of the ongoing legal proceedings).

An attractive blonde, Sarah was already a well-known ‘radical feminist’. In her 30s, she had travelled the world following various fashionable causes.

While a research assistant at a local university she had not only been the protegee of a militant feminist ­academic, but held the post of ‘campus sexual equity officer’. Fighting male discrimination in all forms, including sexual harassment, was her forte.

Sarah and Assange had never met. But in a series of internet and telephone conversations, they agreed that during his visit he could stay at her small apartment in central Stockholm. She said she would be away from the city until the day of the seminar itself.

What happened over the next few days — while casting an extraordinary light on the values of the two women involved — suggests that even if the WikiLeaks founder is innocent of any charges, he is certainly a man of strong sexual appetites who is not averse to exploiting his fame.

Certainly his stay was always going to be a very social affair, mingling with like-minded and undoubtedly ­admiring people.

That Thursday, he held court at the Beirut Cafe in Stockholm, dining with fellow ‘open government’ campaigners and an American journalist.

The following afternoon, Sarah returned to Stockholm, 24 hours earlier than planned. In an interview she later gave to police, she is reported to have said: ‘He (Assange) was there when I came home. We talked a little and decided that he could stay.’ The pair went out for dinner together at a nearby restaurant. Afterwards they returned to her flat and had sex. What is not disputed by either of them is that a condom broke — an event which, as we shall see, would later take on great significance.

At the time, however, the pair ­continued to be friendly enough the next day, a Saturday, with Sarah even throwing a party for him at her home in the evening.

That same day, Assange attended his seminar at the Swedish trade union HQ. In the front row of the audience, dressed in an eye-catching pink jumper — you can see her on a YouTube ­internet clip recorded at the time — was a pretty twentysomething whom we shall call Jessica. She was the woman — who two sources this week told me is a council employee — from Enkoping.

Jessica would later tell police that she had first seen Assange on television a few weeks before. She had found him ‘interesting, brave and admirable’. As a result, she began to follow the ­WikiLeaks saga, and when she discovered that he was due to visit Stockholm she ­contacted the Brotherhood Movement to volunteer to help out at the seminar. Although her offer was not taken up, she decided to attend the seminar anyway and took a large number of photos of Assange during his 90-minute talk.

It is believed that by happenstance Jessica also met Sarah — the woman with whom Assange had spent the night — during the meeting.

Afterwards, she hung around and was still there when Assange — who has a child from a failed relationship around 20 years ago — left with a group of male friends for lunch.

Sources conflict here. One says that she asked to tag along; another that Assange invited her to join them.

Subsequently, one of Assange’s friends recalled that Jessica had been ‘very keen’ to get Assange’s attention.

She was later to tell police that, at the restaurant, Assange put his arm around her shoulder. ‘I was flattered. It was obvious that he was flirting,’ she reportedly said.

The attraction was mutual. After lunch, the pair went to the cinema to see a film called Deep Sea. Jessica’s account suggests that were ‘intimate’ and then went to a park where Assange told her she was ‘attractive’.

But he had to leave to go to a ‘crayfish party’, a traditional, and usually boozy, Swedish summer event.

Jessica asked if they would meet again. ‘Of course,’ said the WikiLeaks supremo. They parted and she took a train back to Enkoping while he took a cab back to his temporary base at Sarah’s flat, where the crayfish party was to be held. You might think it strange that Sarah would want to throw a party in honour of the man about whom she would later make a complaint to police concerning their liaison the night before.

This is only one of several puzzling flaws in the prosecution case.

A few hours after that party, Sarah apparently Tweeted: ‘Sitting outside ... nearly freezing, with the world’s coolest people. It’s pretty amazing!’ She was later to try to erase this message.

During the party, Assange apparently phoned Jessica and a few hours later she was boasting to friends about her flirtation with him. At that point, according to police reports, her friends advised her ‘the ball is in your court’.

So it was that on the Monday, Jessica called Assange and they arranged to get together in Stockholm. When they did meet they agreed to go to her home in Enkoping, but he had no money for a train ticket and said he didn’t want to use a credit card because he would be ‘tracked’ (presumably, as he saw it, by the CIA or other agencies).

So Jessica bought both their tickets.

She had snagged perhaps the world’s most famous activist, and after they arrived at her apartment they had sex. According to her testimony to police, Assange wore a condom. The following morning they made love again. This time he used no protection.

Jessica reportedly said later that she was upset that he had refused when she asked him to wear a condom.

Again there is scant evidence — in the public domain at least — of rape, sexual molestation or unlawful coercion.

What’s more, the following morning, on the Tuesday, the pair amicably went out to have breakfast together and, at her prompting, Assange promised to stay in touch. He then returned to Stockholm, with Jessica again paying for his ticket.

What happened next is difficult to explain. The most likely interpretation of events is that as a result of a one-night stand, one participant came to regret what had happened.

Jessica was worried she could have caught a sexual disease, or even be pregnant: and this is where the story takes an intriguing turn. She then decided to phone Sarah — whom she had met at the ­seminar, and with whom Assange had been staying — and apparently confided to her that she’d had unprotected sex with him.

At that point, Sarah said that she, too, had slept with him.

As a result of this conversation, Sarah reportedly phoned an acquaintance of Assange and said that she wanted him to leave her apartment. (He refused to do so, and maintains that she only asked him to leave three days later, on the Friday of that week.)

How must Sarah have felt to ­discover that the man she’d taken to her bed three days before had already taken up with another woman? ­Furious? Jealous? Out for revenge? Perhaps she merely felt aggrieved for a fellow woman in distress.

Having taken stock of their options for a day or so, on Friday, August 20, Sarah and Jessica took drastic action.

They went together to a Stockholm police station where they said they were seeking advice on how to proceed with a complaint by Jessica against Assange.

According to one source, Jessica wanted to know if it was possible to force Assange to undergo an HIV test. Sarah, the seasoned feminist warrior, said she was there merely to support Jessica. But she also gave police an account of what had happened between herself and Assange a week before.

The female interviewing officer, presumably because of allegations of a sabotaged condom in one case and a refusal to wear one in the ­second, concluded that both women were victims: that ­Jessica had been raped, and Sarah subject to sexual molestation.

It was Friday evening. A duty prosecuting attorney, Maria ­Kjellstrand, was called.

She agreed that Assange should be sought on suspicion of rape.

The following day, Sarah was questioned again, cementing the allegation of sexual misconduct against Assange. That evening, detectives tried to find him and searched Stockholm’s entertainment district — but to no avail.

By Sunday morning, the news had leaked to the Press.

Indeed, it has been suggested that the two women had discussed approaching a tabloid newspaper to maximise Assange’s discomfort. By now, the authorities realised they had a high-profile case on their hands and legal papers were rushed to the weekend home of the chief ­prosecutor, who dismissed the rape charge.

She felt that what had occurred were no more than minor offences.

But the case was now starting to spin out of control.

Sarah next spoke to a newspaper, saying: ‘In both cases, the sex had been consensual from the start but had eventually turned into abuse.’

Rejecting accusations of an international plot to trap Assange, she added: ‘The accusations were not set up by the Pentagon or anybody else. The responsibility for what happened to me and the other girl lies with a man with a twisted view of women, who has a problem accepting the word “no”.’

The two women then instructed Claes Borgstrom, a so-called ‘gender lawyer’ who is a leading supporter of a campaign to extend the legal ­definition of rape to help bring more rapists to justice.

As a result, in September the case was reopened by the authorities, and last month Interpol said Assange was wanted for ‘sex crimes’.

Yesterday, his lawyer Mark Stephens said the Swedish warrant was a ‘political stunt’ and that he would fight it on the grounds that it could lead to the WikiLeaks founder being handed over to the American authorities (Sweden has an ­extradition treaty with the U.S.).

Assange continues to insist that he has done nothing wrong, and that his sexual encounters with both women were consensual.

But last week, the Swedish High Court refused to hear his final appeal against arrest, and extra­dition papers were presented to police in England, where Assange is currently in hiding. He is able to stay in this country thanks to a six-month visa which expires in the spring.

So what to make of a story in which it’s hard to argue that any of the ­parties emerges with much credit? How reliable are the two female witnesses?

Earlier this year, Sarah is reported to have posted a telling entry on her website, which she has since removed. But a copy has been retrieved and widely circulated on the internet.

Entitled ‘7 Steps to Legal Revenge’, it explains how women can use courts to get their own back on unfaithful lovers.

Step 7 says: ‘Go to it and keep your goal in sight. Make sure your victim suffers just as you did.’ (The highlighting of text is Sarah’s own.)

As for Assange, he remains in ­hiding in Britain, and his website continues to release classified American documents that are ­daily embarrassing the U.S. government.

Clearly, he is responsible for an avalanche of political leaks. Whether he is also guilty of sexual offences remains to be seen.

But the more one learns about the case, the more one feels that, unlike the bell in Enkoping, the allegations simply don’t ring true.



08 dezembro, 2010

Batuque Conexao Africa Brasil - FEMI KUTI no Brasil.

Quem avisa amigo é.....

SESC Santo André

Dia(s) 18/12

Sábado, das 17h às 22h30.

Apresentação de Femi Kuti, Elo da Corrente, Kiko Dinucci e os DJ's Pathy Dejesus e MC Anelis Assumpção. Femi Kuti - Altamente dançante e política, a música do chamado Príncipe do Afrobeat leva adiante o legado iniciado por seu pai nos anos 1970. Com personalidade própria, faz questão de expandir as fronteiras estéticas do gênero ao incluir em sua discografia parcerias com artistas de diversos outros estilos, como os rappers Common e Mos Def. Acompanhado por uma big band, Femi Kuti garante um baile de primeira linha. Elo da Corrente - O renomado trio de hip hop paulistano marcou em 2010 o lançamento do EP “O Sonho Dourado da Família”. No evento o grupo apresenta um show especial criado inteiramente a partir do material colhido por Mário de Andrade em 1938, durante sua Missão de Pesquisas Folclóricas. A apresentação conta com reforços dos músicos Marcelo Munari (Instituto), Rogerio Martins (Hurtmold) e Marcelo Cabral. Kiko Dinucci - Uma das mais talentosas revelações da cena nacional em anos recentes, o compositor possui estilo e destreza marcantes ao violão. Seu repertório é rico em referências ao candomblé e à vanguarda paulista. No Batuque, se apresenta ao lado de Thiago França (sax), Sergio Machado (bateria), Samba San (percussão), Marcelo Cabral (baixo) e da cantora Juçara Marçal. Venda de ingressos a partir de 01 de dezembro. No Espaço de Eventos.

 
SESC Santo André

Dia(s) 19/12

Domingo, das 17h às 22h30.

Apresentação de Femi Kuti, M.Takara 3, Maquinado + convidados e o DJ Nuts. Femi Kuti - Altamente dançante e política, a música do chamado Príncipe do Afrobeat leva adiante o legado iniciado por seu pai nos anos 1970. Com personalidade própria, faz questão de expandir as fronteiras estéticas do gênero ao incluir em sua discografia parcerias com artistas de diversos outros estilos, como os rappers Common e Mos Def. Acompanhado por uma big band, Femi Kuti garante um baile de primeira linha. M.Takara 3 - Integrante das bandas Hurtmold e São Paulo Underground, o baterista e multinstrumentista paulistano tem um histórico de parcerias que vai de Marcelo Camelo ao ícone do jazz Pharoah Sanders, passando por Prefuse 73 e Naná Vasconcelos. Maquinado - O projeto solo do guitarrista Lúcio Maia, da Nação Zumbi, lançou esse ano seu segundo disco, “Mundialmente Anônimo”, bem recebido por público e crítica. Nesse show, acompanhado por uma banda que inclui músicos do Cidadão Instigado, Maia recebe ainda o convidado R. Brandão. Venda de ingressos a partir de 01 de dezembro. No Espaço de Eventos.










07 dezembro, 2010

Ad infinitum

Tenho plena conciência de que soa pernóstico o uso do latim no título (ou no corpo) de um texto. Ocorre que escrevi - em tom queixoso, reconheço - para uns poucos amigos sobre a má qualidade dos textos que tenho lido. Foi justamente este o título do emio, ad infinitum; para esses amigos o latim soa tão natural quanto a palavra 'pernóstico'.

É claro que, habituada à leitura de boa literatura, sofro com o descuido no estilo. Mas não foi esse o teor da queixa: o problema é que já não se escreve mais. As pessoas copiam e colam fragmentos de textos alheios e despudoradamente apresentam a composição final - grotesca como a criação do doutor Frankenstein - como fruto do seu trabalho (e veio daí o título em latim: faz-se esse copia e cola a partir de textos nos quais já foi usado esse artifício, os quais, por sua vez, foram escritos da mesma forma: ad infinitum). Outra artimanha da pseudoacademia é o uso indiscriminado de citações e referências bibliográficas - para arrotar erudição ou esconder a própria falta de conteúdo, cita-se este ou aquele grande autor, mesmo que a citação não seja apropriada para o contexto.


Não foi para tornar a queixa pública que escrevo aqui e acolá, mas para compartilhar uma boa dica de leitura. Em resposta ao Ad infinitum, um amigo (obrigada, Maurice) sugeriu a leitura do Prólogo do Dom Quixote. A leitura é deliciosa e o texto tem aquela ironia fina que raros autores são capazes. Não obstante ter me maravilhado com o estilo, fiquei chocada com a atualidade do texto do Cervantes. Quatrocentos anos! E essência de sua crítica cabe perfeitamente nos dias atuais.


Em livre tradução, um trechinho: "apenas tens de te aproveitar da imitação no que estiveres escrevendo, que, quanto mais perfeita ela for, tanto melhor será o que escreves."

Wikileaks Mirros

           Atualmente o Wikileaks está espelhado por 507 sites.
           Confiram a lista:
          

Wikileaks Mirrors





















Wikileaks is currently under heavy attack.
In order to make it impossible to ever fully remove Wikileaks from the Internet, you will find below a list of mirrors of Wikileaks website and CableGate pages.
If you want to add your mirror to the list, see our Mass Mirroring Wikileaks page

Mirror List

Wikileaks is currently mirrored on 507 sites
wikileaks.as50620.netwikileaks.tard.is ipv6freeus.jsdev.org
wikileaks.enzym.sufreeus.jsdev.orgwikileaks.cellue.de
wikileaks.kafe-in.net ipv6wl.opsec.eu ipv6wl.donatepl0x.com
wikileaks.challet.euwikileaks.kister.orgwl.gernox.de
wikileaks.morningtime.comwikileaks.renout.nlwikileaks.fdn.fr
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