Post(s) tagged with "1995"

«When with the entrails of the last priest we’ll strangle the last soldier the world will begin to change» [“El Argentino” paraphrasing Diderot]
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«When with the entrails of the last priest we’ll strangle the last soldier the world will begin to change» [“El Argentino” paraphrasing Diderot]

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Source: mutualassureddistraction

Xan: What do you do in Portugal? It’s so far from your country!

Bàrbara: Working. I do… reportages and take pictures. To the Americans this is a primitive land.

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Source: mutualassureddistraction

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Source: mutualassureddistraction

picturesofwar:

In a July 13, 1995, an unidentified woman and her mother, refugees from Srebrenica, cry together at a UN base north of Sarajevo because they don’t know what happened to the rest of their family.(Darko Bandic/Associated Press)

picturesofwar:

In a July 13, 1995, an unidentified woman and her mother, refugees from Srebrenica, cry together at a UN base north of Sarajevo because they don’t know what happened to the rest of their family.

(Darko Bandic/Associated Press)

Source: fuckyeahmovieposters

godsgifttooxygen:

This has me intrigued.

recognizedsaint:

Radiohead - High and Dry

thepoliticalnotebook:

Today, Bosnia marks the twenty year anniversary of the outbreak of war. Honoring the memory of those killed in the siege of Sarajevo, 11,541 red chairs have been lined up in 825 rows down the capital’s streets like a river of blood: one for each of the victims from April 6, 1992 until 1995. 

[MSNBC]

Photos: Amel Emric / AP

microbofobia:

Radiohead - High and Dry

cosmicpebble:

 ”A Place called Chiapas” (1998)
“A Place Called Chiapas is a 1998 Canadian documentary film of first-hand accounts of the Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN) the (Zapatista Army of National Liberation or Zapatistas) and the lives of its soldiers and the people for whom they fight. Director Nettie Wild takes the viewer to rebel territory in the southwestern Mexican state of Chiapas, where the EZLN live and evade the Mexican Army.”

nearlyvintage:

  Nicole Kidman, 1995

nearlyvintage:

  Nicole Kidman, 1995

Source: nearlyvintage

john malkovich for prada, fall 1995

Source: foudre

tintenkiller:

A sangue freddo - Il teatro degli orrori

"E’ nell’indifferenza che un uomo 
un uomo vero 
muore davvero

Kenule “Ken” Beeson Saro Wiwa (October 10, 1941 – November 10, 1995) was a Nigerian author, television producer, environmental activist, and winner of the Right Livelihood Award and theGoldman Environmental Prize. Saro-Wiwa was a member of the Ogoni people, an ethnic minority in Nigeria whose homeland, Ogoniland, in the Niger Delta has been targeted for crude oil extractionsince the 1950s and which has suffered extreme and unremediated environmental damage from decades of indiscriminate petroleum wastedumping. Initially as spokesperson, and then as President, of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP), Saro-Wiwa led anonviolent campaign against environmental degradation of the land and waters of Ogoniland by the operations of the multinational petroleum industry, especially Shell. He was also an outspoken critic of the Nigerian government, which he viewed as reluctant to enforce environmental regulations on the foreign petroleum companies operating in the area.

At the peak of his non-violent campaign, Saro-Wiwa was arrested, hastily tried by a specialmilitary tribunal, and hanged in 1995 by the military government of General Sani Abacha, all on charges widely viewed as entirely politically motivated and completely unfounded. Hisexecution provoked international outrage and resulted in Nigeria’s suspension from theCommonwealth of Nations for over three years.

glitchthemachine:

The Putin System is a documentary chronicling Putin’s rise to power in Russia along with the implications for ordinary Russian people.

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