oskar hansen


Walls


SHAN Hai Guan is where he Chinese wall meets the ocean
and the uselessness of building a wall as protection from
thoughts, cultures and new ideas to enter into the soul of
humanity, comes to a halt. We saw that in in Berlin, we see
new walls hastily built in Palestine, where Israel- ruled by
opportunists - tries to keep the truth out. Walls are porous,
and anyway they can´t stop the great inequity that befell
the Palestinians.
One cannot build walls across seas, and we can´t stop walls
shielding lies. If we shout long enough walls in Israel will fall
as Jericho’s walls did and the rightful owner of the land of
Palestine will win through.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 29, 2013

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