Azione non violenta 10.11.2022Mimmo Cortese Traducido por: Jpic-jp.org
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Je crois que l'auteur fait un contresens sur la pensée de Bonhoeffer. Pour ce dernier, il s'agit de la soumission au destin, de l'acceptation d'une situation, et surement pas de capitulation devant l'ennemi comme sa vie et sa mort le prouvent.
One article made me feel impassioned, the one on ‘surrender’.
I write as someone who has always been very interested in my own history, the history of Scotland. This country had a huge struggle for hundreds of years to try to stop England seizing it. Indeed, the very good Scottish natural port of Berwick upon Tweed changed hands 17 times, until Scotland could no longer rise to its defence.
What I really want to explain is why Scotland submitted to the very unequal union with England in 1707. England had been totally preventing other countries from trading with Scotland for many years eg capturing Scottish ships and killing the crews. Scotland had suffered several years of disastrous harvests. It then had the idea of trying to establish a colony in the area which is now Panama. The state put all its money into this enterprise and persuaded any Scots with money to contribute as much as they could. The first settlers were hit with disease and starvation. England forbad all neighbouring European colonies from giving help to the Scots, on threat of war. The Scots all died and of course Scotland was poorer than ever. Then England proposed Union with Scotland, with the threat of immediate invasion if Scotland refused. The Scottish population was very much against the Union but some politicians were bribed by the English to sign the agreement - and perhaps they were right to surrender, as they avoided a devastating slaughter.
Las mujeres llevan el mayor peso en tiempo de guerra, son las primeras victimas y las que deben buscar la supervivencia para sus familias en medio de los conflictos; sin embargo en las negociaciones [...]
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