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Cheerz and Hey There from Dresden

Discussion in 'New members introductions' started by drun-KEE-n, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. drun-KEE-n

    drun-KEE-nMember Forum Member


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    Huhuu :ecouteurs:

    i´m Kee, an 28 years small, real deep philosophic and non-politic woman from germany.

    Before i´ll tell you about my basic thoughts i´ll say short, that i came to this site while searching some good d-beat, crust and hc-punk music from all over the world. i like all kind of lyriks which act the conflicts, ways, fights, sorrows,...of individuals in relation to his/her system, society, moral, every day problems, desease, despairs, consumption, corruption, cheating, killing earth/ nature... but also real philosophical themes like the whole human beeing, to be on this world as a species who has the posibillities to to experience itself, the life, death, and the responsibilitiy of everyone for himself, for the humans arround him, his familiy, friends, strangers...

    these are also the basic themes in my life:

    i know that i can´t change the world in his huge structures, systems, politics, wars, hunger, poverty, cruelty, violence, mass-kills of animals, hiting and raping of mother earth, when i am ALONE. a long time, it made me really sad, depressed, sick, dispeared and ill. my head and my thoughts ached, because i had no purpose, no way to go - i did´nt know who i am - i already don´t know really (i find everyday a new part of me) - but today i found a way to change the world everyday a little bit more. do you want to know how?

    i think positve energy is everywhere. you find it in a smile on the face of an unknown person, in helping and taking care to each other, in speaking with your neighbours in your house, in the tram or train, in the supermarket, bibliothek, concerts and so on. in the moment when people share this energy by helping, speaking, showing courage, smiling,.., the positiv energy between the people grows.
    if everybody would start by himself, ask himself the "big" questions, who iam?, what am i doing here on this planet?, why am i so sad about this or that? why do the other people hurt me, just because they simply are? Why do i hate this or that? Or themes like that, at one point you recognize, that you are not different to anyone or anything else, and you feel love for the humans and the whole planet.
    yes - you can say now: whats with the rasicts, fascist, sexists, homophobes and so on...well - i also can´t understand why people can get so onesided in their points of views, why they hate others because they hate herselfs, or think that they are better, higher, nicer as their enemys... i dont tolerate such persons - you cannot be tolerant to intolerance... i want to understand the influences (political, gender, cultural, socializational...)
    what i want to say is:

    Fight for a better world directly arround you, look for your families, your friends, for the things that happen in front of your eyes, dont cheat each other - help and take care of each other, give what you can share and take what you need - and so i get the hope that anyone else do the same, and if everyone would do that, we can start to fight "the global players" from the roots of our relationships so that they can´t destroy our communities.
    political acting is important, but also the social part - everyone can find his place in this world. we all have the responsibility for our present, future and past.

    this was a long text - iam sorry - i´m not able to tell my thoughts in two or three sentences :ecouteurs: :D

    i´m glad beeing here and i hope we will have some good conversations and i learn other points of views.

    Rock on :rock:
     

  2. Rathryn

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    Wow... seems like a well thought out introduction 0.o
    Enjoy your stay, I'd say, but I think you will
     
  3. drun-KEE-n

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    oooo i didn´t need long time for that - just four days haha -
    no, i just like to speak loooooong in short time ;-) and that what i said is well thought and often discussed with others..

    we´ll see us - now i must look around here first

    greetz
     
  4. Bananaman

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    Well a positive attitude and good example policy is a great thing but don't expect too much in the way of success, at least that is my experience. But, my life is a series of relapses from positive to not so positive attitude. But, I do agree on one thing, the way to strengthen the movement is by working within the community and making it stronger locally which in time will bring in more people...
     
  5. drun-KEE-n

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    yea, i really agree with you. i know that this point of view doesn´t matter for the most people around. it hurts but its real. i often get misunderstood and iget told that i´m too far away from reality and things like that. its difficult to holt the optimistic view. i like to say i am an urgently pessimist but a cronically optimist.

    but if i can reach just only one person, so i change the world in the micro perspective hahaha :ecouteurs:
     
  6. Rathryn

    RathrynExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    According to some beliefs everyone creates their own reality anyway ;)
     
  7. drun-KEE-n

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    YES, our imaging and illusions are strong. everyone draw his own pictures. i understand (i believe i understand haha) because everyone is influenced by his own history, experiences, cultural context and so on...but it´s nice to see how others understand the own perspective and show that there are so many possibilities to interpret it based on the specific experiences and opinions :thumbsup: :p
     
  8. punkmar77

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    Welcome! how is it living in the tragic city of Dresden?
     
  9. drun-KEE-n

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    hi punkmar, this is a question unable to answer short.

    i was born here and i love this city. its a great mix between cultur, art science, tourism wondferful landscapes, also "big" city and especially many subcultures here. here are my history my experiensces my family and my nearest friends at home. i lived for three years outside this place, because i was sick of this town. but from the far i felt that my heart belongs to dresden. that was the time when the flood came over my hometown - and a wasn´t able to do anything.

    i think you mean the tragic history of my town - the bombing out in february the 13th/14th and 15th 1945. well my opinion is - when a group of people mean that they are the "chosen race" and start the WWII - there´s no wonder that thy have to pay the bill... so many million humans had to die and it makes mi REALLY sick, when this fucking fascist go ERVERY year in OUR town on the streats an SPIT of our shame and our history and state again again and again what cruelty it was to bomb our town away and NEVER let ANY word about all the victims of the nationalsocialistic ära... they use the democratic freedom of assembly to laugh at us, to spit on us they mock the system wich made it able that they can marching through our city under police secure and we got forced to look at this shame every year - the whole world see this fucking 5000people crowd. but the other 100.000 / 200.000 / 300.000 people who wants to set a sign against fascism, the crying grandmoms and - dads who lost their families here, or all the normal people who are sick of it all - ... or our real great organisated "black block" is always shown as a raw flash mob... this year i´ll go again on the street to show ma fist to all fucking nazis and cops who save them!

    Dresden is my home - it will always belongs to me <3
     
  10. punkmar77

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    YES! you are a girl after my own heart <3 I can't imagine how insulted I would feel if I was there in your shoes, I would probably lose it and do something violent and go to prison :ecouteurs: Dresden sounds wonderful and I bet it is a very modernized city..too bad it has to put up with that type of nonsense every year but as long as beautiful people like you take the fight to them they will have to stay in the shadows where they belong....CHEERS :beers: :ecouteurs:
     
  11. drun-KEE-n

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    <3 <3 <3 oooooh thank you for your feeling with my heartbeat <3 <3 <3 my face turns into red haha

    oh yea dresden is getting more and more beautyful every year. i love the view from the brigde to our historic oldtown panorama - every day it looks different.

    oh its always, every year hard to understand that old men and women forced to stay away from our inner city, away from the frauenkirche, the theaterplatz, the semperoper, the zwinger - (womenchurch, theatres-place i gues in english) - our cultural centre - because of this scum, wich take every year to march with the opers of Richard Wagner (hitlers prime music...) and their paroles through and every year the "black block" blocks PEACEFUL the augustusbrich (the direct way to the theatres place) - and kicked away by the fucking cops and their helpers - and you stay there and you CANT believe how THIS contradictions are POSSIBLE. culprit-victim-twist... our liberal and oeconimic parties have successful blocked the petition to cut the freedom of assembly to stop this shame in january... Does the sun shines for this scum too??? is strictly say NO.

    i agree with you - its not easy to stay cool in front of the cops you want to trhow them they shit law in their faces...or stones... :p

    this year we want to build a circle around the scum and the cops - ao the same like what they do every year with us - i hope it will work - we want to break the wall of cops to get directly to the real mob.
    but also our restaurants and shops fight against the scum. when the augustusbridge is blocked - the wankers get hungry and thirsty and they want to drink and eat in the surrounding restaurants. and they get every year kicked out there haha. no food for the fascist.

    four years ago - two girlsfriends annd me found a way tho the marching wankers - and we stood right next to the crowd and stand there only with our fingers pressed our noses - after a few minutes, the people right next to us did the same - brown shit smells like hell - this was loudless protest - and the cops and espeacially the suckers weren´t able to to anything haha...

    we will see what happens next weekend! - it seem to get the biggest protest against the scum because ALL DRESDEN PEOPLE ARE SICK OF FASCIST

    "WE HAVE BROUGHT YOU SOMETHING - E D U C A T I O N"

    No tolerance for fascistic intolerance

    CHEERS and Best wishes my friend :beers: :D

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  12. punkmar77

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    Haha that is really funny, I have always said that humor offends the fascists much more than violence...that was a great story...good luck with future resistance and please keep us posted...
     
  13. drun-KEE-n

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    YES - my words! they never destroy our smile haha

    i´ll stay here. i like this space. we´ll see us

    :ecouteurs:
     
  14. drun-KEE-n

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    Short info for all whose are interessted in:

    Yesterday it was the very FIRST time that all active people in Dresden had PREVENTED the every years nazi´s marching up on Feb. 13th SUCCESSFULLY!!

    :ecouteurs: :ecouteurs: :ecouteurs:

    So great - the clear blocking concept and the straight and peaceful conversion of it made it possible!

    The biggest nazi marching up europe´s crashed disgracefully :rock:

    I´m so proud that WE SMASHED THE SCUM!

    :ecouteurs: