Friday, June 24, 2011

Silent protesters take the streets of Belarus

In a bid to overcome the repressive police state that dominates Belarus, people has gone out to the streets of central Minsk and other cities of the Eastern European republic walking around without banners nor slogans.

The reaction of the police was to arrest people indiscriminately, as they could hardly know who were just walking and who were protesting. An ingenuous way of showing discontent even in the worst of police states:


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