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Avant son incarcération, Bahar Kimyongür avait lancé un appel urgent à la constitution d'une délégation internationale en Turquie en vue de sauver la vie de l'avocat des droits de l'Homme Behiç Asçi, en grève de la faim depuis plusieurs mois en protestation pour les conditions de détention de ses clients. Il fut écouté mais Maître Asçi se débat encore entre la vie et la mort. Faisons du geste généreux de Bahar une victoire : Soutenons sa campagne ! [Lire]

 


Karin Resetarits, Liberal European member of parliament: fr

«A new Inquisition»

To start off, we want to underline that this press conference is not meant to question the anti-terrorist policies in general.

No, we only want to question a certain application of it.

An anti-terrorist policy that finds its origin in the Administration of George Bush, and that is not only accepted, but even partly supported and adopted by the European governments.

The actual form of the US anti-terrorist policy and thus, also the EU's, is a new version of the Inquisition.

In the name of this anti-terrorist policy, wars are lead that are against international law, secret prisons are authorised, the use of torture is legitimated, people are alleged and arrested for racist and religious motivations.

The case of Bahar shows how easy it has become for the state to intimidate citizens that are not welcome in a political sense, to incarcerate them, and finally, to re-educate them.
 
To disappear in prison for several years, it is enough that a Court decides that one is a member or sympathiser of an illegal organisation.

It is not necessary anymore to have committed a crime; the allegation of conspiracy is enough.

In the Middle Ages it was also enough that one's way of thinking was in opposition to the clerical and secular morals to be burned on the pyre.

On a political level, we call for the creation of an independent institution, a kind of "anti-terrorist commission".

It is not sustainable that the European Council secretly issues a blacklist. The Council must make it public at this independent institution.

Organisations and persons that figure on that list must be informed about it, and they also have to be informed on the legal consequences and possibilities of that fact.

The Council acts without control and thus puts its citizens into an arbitrary situation.

It can not be possible for instance, that activists of the Iranian Peoples Mojahedin come and go into the EP, hold press conferences with Members of the Parliament, whereas activists of the Turkish movement DHKC are sentenced to several years of prison for the same lobbyist activities.

Both organisations are on the blacklist. The first are authorised to carry out heir political lobbying in Europe at the moment, as the Council is more afraid of the actual Iranian leadership then of the resistance movement.

The others are accused and alleged of conspiracy because the Erdogan government is flirting with Europe and supported by the US and the EU in its fight against the radical opposition in its country.

What happens with Hamas for instance?
Are people terrorists if they support this organisation? What would for example happen to a Belgian citizen that administrates the Hamas' information office in Brussels if this person translates press statements for the organisation?

Would he or she also be liable of four years of prison? And would he or she also be extradited to Israel by another European country in case Israel would issues an international warrant of arrest against this person?

An independent anti-terrorist commission must check all this cases, must give information on who is and who is not on this list, which organisation one can legally support within these laws, and under which circumstances the moral support of such an organisation is punishable.

The petition for Bahar's case that we sent out on the Internet only a few days ago has meanwhile been signed by several thousand people all over the world, without that the media would have reported a lot about the case.
For me, this is the prove that time is high to start a Europe-wide citizens initiative against this new kind of inquisition.

Those that want to defend fundamental democratic rights have to sign this petition.

Unfortunately, the European Constitution does not exist yet. Otherwise we could very officially launch such a citizens initiative.

Our next step will be to examine what usefully possibilities are left for the citizens of the European Union to defend themselves against this anti-terrorist policy.



Le Clea est un collectif citoyen visant à promouvoir un débat critique sur les nouvelles législations antiterroristes. Le cas de Bahar Kimyongür est exemplaire à cet égard. En vertu de ces nouvelles dispositions, non seulement les libertés d'expression et d'association sont mises à mal mais, en plus, l'avenir d'un homme qui n'a commis aucun délit et comdamné aujourd'hui à cinq ans de prison ferme, est gravement compromis.  
 
 
 

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«(...) au moyen de méthodes toujours plus efficaces de manipulation mentale, les démocraties changeront de nature. Les vieilles formes pittoresques – élections, parlements, hautes cours de justice– demeureront mais la substance sous-jacente sera une nouvelle forme de totalitarisme non violent. Toutes les appellations traditionnelles, tous les slogans consacrés resteront exactement ce qu'ils étaient aux bon vieux temps. La démocratie et la liberté seront les thèmes de toutes les émissions (...) et de tous les éditoriaux mais (...) l'oligarchie au pouvoir et son élite hautement qualifiée de soldats, de policiers, de fabricants de pensée, de manipulateurs mentaux mènera tout et tout le monde comme bon lui semblera.»
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