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Beitrag(#2218869) Verfasst am: 27.07.2020, 17:57    Titel: Antworten mit Zitat

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Professor Maureen Healy is the chair of the history department at Lewis and Clark College. She teaches Modern European History, with a specialization in the history of Germany and Eastern Europe (and the rise of fascism). She was shot in the head by federal agents on Monday night and is recovering from the injury and the concussion, but shared a statement of her experience, and gave permission to share this.
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Statement by Maureen Healy, July 22, 2020
For Immediate Release
Since June, I have been attending peaceful protests in Portland neighborhoods in support of Black Lives Matter. I have gone with family and friends.
I am a 52-year-old mother. I am a history professor.
I went downtown yesterday to express my opinion as a citizen of the United States, and as a resident of Portland. Of Oregon. This is my home. I was protesting peacefully. So why did federal troops shoot me in the head Monday night?
I was in a large crowd of ordinary folks. Adults, teens, students. Moms and dads. It looked to me like a cross-section of the City. Black Lives Matter voices led the crowd on a peaceful march from the Justice Center past the murals at the Apple store. The marchers were singing songs. We were chanting. We were saying names of Black people that have been killed by police. We observed a moment of silence in front of the George Floyd mural.
I wanted to, and will continue to, exercise my First Amendment right to speak. Federal troops have been sent to my city to extinguish these peaceful protests. I was not damaging federal property. I was in a crowd with at least a thousand other ordinary people. I was standing in a public space.
In addition to being a Portland resident, I am also a historian. My field is Modern European History, with specialization in the history of Germany and Eastern Europe. I teach my students about the rise of fascism in Europe.
By professional training and long years of teaching, I am knowledgeable about the historical slide by which seemingly vibrant democracies succumbed to authoritarian rule. Militarized federal troops are shooting indiscriminately into crowds of ordinary people in our country. We are on that slide.
It dawned on me when I was in the ER, and had a chance to catch my breath (post tear gas): my government did this to me. My own government. I was not shot by a random person in the street. A federal law enforcement officer pulled a trigger that sent an impact munition into my head.
After being hit I was assisted greatly by several volunteer medics. At least one of them was with Rosehip Medic Collective. To take shelter from the teargas I was hustled into a nearby van. Inside they bandaged my head and drove me several blocks away. From there my family took me to the ER. I am grateful for the assistance, skill, and incredibly kind care of these volunteer medics.
We must take this back to Black Lives Matter. Police brutality against Black people is the real subject of these peaceful protests that have been happening in my city and across the country. What happened to me is nothing. It is nothing compared to what happens to Black citizens at the hands of law enforcement, mostly local police, every day. And that is why we have been marching. That is why I will continue to march.


Die BLM-Bewegung ist sehr wichtig, um den antirassistischen Willen der Mehrheit der Bevölkerung in den USA massiv und nachhaltig zum Ausdruck zu bringen - und damit auch den Gegensatz zu der Politik der Spaltung und Unterdrückung der herrschenden "Eliten" in den USA.

Es ist zunächst einmal völlig unverständlich, wieso die "Demokraten" einen Greis wie Biden als Gegenkandidat zu dem ***** aufstellen. Auch Sanders war hier keine Alternative. Die "Demokraten" sollten statt dessen eine Kandidatin wie Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez aufstellen, die immerhin ein bürgerlich-soziales, antirassistisches und Keynesianistisches Programm vertritt und auch dahinter zu stehen scheint.

Aber Cortez und andere junge bürgerlich-linke Kandidat/-innen sind in der Partei nicht gewollt, zu links. Deshalb Biden. skeptisch


Du meinst tatsaechlich die haetten AOC Trump zum Frass vorwerfen sollen?

Ich mag den Biden auch nicht. Ich halte den fuer korrupt. Aber dem Trump ziehe ich ihn allemal vor. Nach Biden koennte dann jemand wie AOC eine Chance haben.
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