Bouquetin à Champagny le Haut en SAVOIE LIBRE

Bouquetin à Champagny le Haut en SAVOIE LIBRE

mardi 11 octobre 2011

SAVOIE, INDIGNE, MANIFESTATION, ANTI-GOYIM, FEMME, MANIFESTATION, ECHO DES MONTAGNES, FREDERIC BERGER, MIXHEL LANGINIEUX, AMIANTE, SORBONNE, JUGE

L'ECHO des MONTAGNES, dans le légitime but de vous informer, vous prouve que les femmes du monde entier savent aussi s'indigner, face à la politique des jérusalistes-maçonniques-anti-goyim-mondialistes.

La preuve en photographie, cliquez dessus, superbe:


Women Protest Worldwide Photos

[Image] In this Saturday, June 25, 2011 file photo, Yemeni women, wearing headbands that read in Arabic, "housewives", attend a demonstration demanding the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in Sanaa, Yemen. As demonstrations first swelled in Yemen, the regime distributed a photo of female activist Tawakkul Kamran in a protest test with a male colleague _ cutting out others around them _ to taint her for sinfully sitting alone with a man. Kamran's Nobel peace prize win win draws attention to the role of women in the Arab Spring uprisings.
[Image] On October 5, 2011, a jury in State Supreme Court in Queens foundthe woman, Barbara Sheehan, not guilty of second-degree murder charges in a case that had been viewed as a strenuous test of a battered-woman defense. Her son and daughter, the children of her slain husband, wept with joy. During the trial, the jury heard how Ms. Sheehan had been relentlessly abused by her husband, Raymond Sheehan, a former police sergeant, during their 24 years of marriage. (Uli Seit)
[Image] Africa's first democratically elected female president, a Liberian peace activist and a woman who stood up to Yemen's authoritarian regime won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday Oct. 7, 2011 for their work to secure women's rights, which the prize committee described as fundamental to advancing world peace. Seen in this combo from left: Tawakkul Karman of Yemen, Liberian peace activist Leymah Gbowee and Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. (AP Photo)
[Image] In this Tuesday, March 8, 2011 file photo, an Egyptian female protester, second right, argues with a man as hundreds of women marched to Cairo's central Tahrir Square to celebrate International Women's Day, Egypt. As demonstrations first swelled in Yemen, the regime distributed a photo of female activist Tawakkul Kamran in a protest test with a male colleague _ cutting out others around them _ to taint her for sinfully sitting alone with a man. Kamran's Nobel peace win draws attention to the role of women in the Arab Spring uprisings.
[Image] In this Friday, April 1, 2011 file photo, Egyptian women chant slogans as they attend a demonstration in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. As demonstrations first swelled in Yemen, the regime distributed a photo of female activist Tawakkul Kamran in a protest test with a male colleague _ cutting out others around them _ to taint her for sinfully sitting alone with a man. Kamran's Nobel peace win draws attention to the role of women in the Arab Spring uprisings.
[Image] Ellen Rios, right, donates a vegan lasagna she made to a protestor at the "Occupy Wall Street" protests in Zuccotti Park, Friday, October 7, 2011, in New York. The three-week-old campout in a lower Manhattan plaza looks like a jumble of tattered sleeping bags, but teams of volunteers working on food, sanitation, health care and other needs keep the shifting population of protesters functioning like an impromptu city within the city. (Andrew Burton)
[Image] A woman helps unpack boxes of donations in the "Shipping and Receiving" section of Zuccotti Park, where "Occupy Wall Street" protests are taking place, in New York, Friday, October 7, 2011. The three-week-old campout in a lower Manhattan plaza looks like a jumble of tattered sleeping bags, but teams of volunteers working on food, sanitation, health care and other needs keep the shifting population of protesters functioning like an impromptu city within the city. (Andrew Burton)
[Image] In this Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011 file photo, Yemeni activist Tawakkul Karman, left, chants slogans along with other demonstrators holding banners during an anti-government protest in Sanaa, Yemen. Banner on right reads in Arabic, "33 years of authoritarian rule." The 2011 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded Friday, Oct. 7, 2011 to Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberian peace activist Leymah Gbowee and Tawakkul Karman of Yemen for their work on women's rights. (Hani Mohammed)
[Image] Protesters hold carnations in their mouths in Bucharest, Romania, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011, during the Romanian version of the Slut Walk march. The Slut Walk, a protest against harassment of women initiated by the outfits they wear or their behavior in public, was the first of it's kind in Romania, a country where it is still quite widely believed that sexual aggression victims bear at least some responsibility for being targeted.(Vadim Ghirda)
[Image] Protesters including Jean Blackwood, left, of Columbia, Mo, and Crystal Elinski, center, of Portland, Ore., hold bundles representing killed children next to a "corporate America" flag, during a march past the White House in Washington, Friday, Oct. 7, 2011, part of Occupy DC activities in Washington. (Jacquelyn Martin)
[Image] Occupy Boston protesters march through the Financial district in Boston, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011. The group is part of a nationwide grassroots movement in support of the ongoing Wall Street protests in New York. (Elise Amendola)
[Image] One of several demonstrators is taken into custody by police after refusing to leave a Bank of America branch in downtown Los Angeles, Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011. The arrests Thursday afternoon came at the end of a demonstration that moved among high-rises housing the offices of banks and other financial institutions. (Chris Carlson)
[Image] Theresa Shoatz protests in a cross walk near City Hall Thursday, Oct. 6, 2011, in Philadelphia. Organizers of the Occupy Philadelphia demonstration say Thursday's protest is a stand against corporate greed. (Matt Rourke)
[Image] A woman holds up a placard with the image of German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a protest outside the German embassy in the Greek capital Athens, on Thursday Oct. 6, 2011. The placard reads, "Europe will become German." The small group of protesters said Germany must pay Greece reparations for its occupation of the country during WWII before Greece pays off its debts. (Kostas Tsironis)
[Image] Occupy Wall Street protesters march towards Zuccotti Park in New York's Financial District, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011. Protests against Wall Street entered their 18th day Tuesday as demonstrators across the country show their anger over the wobbly economy and what they see as corporate greed by marching on Federal Reserve banks and camping out in parks from Los Angeles to Portland, Maine. (Jason DeCrow)
[Image] Pakistani opposition lawmakers rally outside the parliament to condemn severe power shortages, corruption and lawlessness, Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, Oct, 6. 2011. Dozens of opposition parliamentarians boycotted a session of parliament and held a sit-in protest at the gate of Presidential palace condemning severe power shortages, corruption and lawlessness in Pakistan. Placard on left reads "corrupt government, let poor live."(B.K. Bangash)
[Image] An Occupy Wall Street protester is penned in by barricades and police after trying to march to Wall Street in New York, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011. Protesters in suits and T-shirts with union slogans left work early to march with activists who have been camped out in Zuccotti Park for days. Some marchers brought along their children, hoisting them onto their shoulders as they walked down Broadway. (Seth Wenig)
[Image] Riot police detain a protester during minor clashes in Athens, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011. Greek civil servants walked off the job on a 24-hour strike Wednesday, paralyzing the public sector in a protest over ever-deeper austerity measures applied as the government struggles to avoid a catastrophic default. At least 16,000 protesters converged in the Greek capital, and a crowd of about 10,000 gathered in the northern city of Thessaloniki. (Thanassis Stavrakis)
[Image] Occupy Wall Street protesters march to join a union rally at Foley Square in New York, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011. The protests have gathered momentum and gained participants in recent days as news of mass arrests and a coordinated media campaign by the protestors have given rise to similar demonstrations around the country. (Seth Wenig)
[Image] Jordan McCarthy, 22, from Sandwich, N.H., awakes from under a makeshift shelter where she is camped out among participants in the Occupy Wall Street Protest at Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011 in New York. "We have allowed greed to be more important than humans," said McCarthy who joined the camp a week ago.
[Image] Foley Square, New York, NY, October 5, 2011. (Cryptome)
[Image] Demonstrator Andrea Vitale cries during a protest to stop the eviction of Matias Gonzalez, a 52-year-old Spanish citizen who can't pay his mortage, Barcelona Spain, Monday, Oct. 3, 2011. As in many European countries, Spanish mortgages are not like US-style ones in which defaulters can return the keys to the bank and walk away from their debt, albeit with their credit rating in ruins. Here, mortgage holders not only have to give the house back, but also pay off bank debt.
[Image] Occupy Wall Street protestor Alexi Morris is arrested along with at several others in the financial district's Zucotti park, Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, in New York. The arrests of 700 people on Brooklyn Bridge over the weekend fueled the anger of the protesters camping in a Manhattan park and sparked support elsewhere in the country as the campaign entered its third week. (John Minchillo)
[Image] Occupy Wall Street protestors play drums and sing songs in the financial district's Zuccotti park Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011, in New York. The protests have gathered momentum and gained participants in recent days as news of mass arrests and a coordinated media campaign by the protestors have given rise to similar demonstrations around the country. (John Minchillo)
[Image] In this citizen journalism image made on a mobile phone and provided by Shaam News Network, anti-Syrian President Bashar Assad protesters flash V-victory signs as a woman in the foreground displays her hands with the Arabic word reading: "leave", during a demonstration against the Syrian regime, in Edlib province, Syria, on Friday, Sept. 30, 2011. Syrian security forces opened fire on protesters Friday as thousands rallied across the country to call for the downfall of President Bashar Assad.
[Image] Tibetan exiles hold placards at a protest in New Delhi, India, Friday, Sept. 30, 2011. The protest was to express solidarity with two monks who self-immolated on Sept. 26 in Eastern Tibet and against alleged Chinese oppression. (Tsering Topgyal)

[Image]High school students chant slogans during a protest in front of the Greek Parliament in Athens, Thursday, Sept 29 2011. Weeks-long education protests have recently spread to state schools,with a growing number of building occupations around the country. Greece's troubled Socialist government is facing a growing number of protests against austerity measures, aimed at securing continued bailout loan payment from eurozone countries and the IMF. (Kostas Tsironis)
[Image] Members of French aid group Medecins du Monde carrying a giant cotton bud and placards reading " Free consultations", demonstrate for an Universal Health Coverage, outside a meeting of the G20 Labour and Employment Ministers in Paris, Monday, Sept. 26, 2011. (Thibault Camus)
[Image] Activists hold a prayer vigil at Sule pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar, Monday, Sept. 26, 2011. The protesters said they demonstrated to honor persons killed and jailed during pro-democracy protests for years ago led by Buddhist monks. (Khin Maung Win)
[Image] Demonstrators march near the headquarters of Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) during their anti-nuclear power protest, in Tokyo, Saturday, Aug. 6, 2011. TEPCO's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant was crippled by an earthquake and tsunami March 11, which caused the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl. (Shizuo Kambayashi)
[Image] In this June 24, 2011 photo, Pakistani students rally against right-wing student union Jamiat at the Punjab University in Lahore, Pakistan. Two months after the covert U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden, posters emblazoned with images of the burning World Trade Center towers appeared at the prestigious university advertising a literary contest to glorify the slain al-Qaida chief. (K.M. Chaudary)
[Image] Women protest during a rally denouncing corruption, demanding better civil rights and demanding a new constitution, in Casablanca Sunday, April 24, 2011. Banners read, at left, "Freedom, equality and civil rights" and at right "Clause 19 of Constitution must go!" revering to King Mohammed VI's power. (Abdeljalil Bounhar)

    


    N'oubliez pas aussi le "cri d'indignation suivant" contre l'amiante:
 
 
Pour avoir défendu la vie humaine, les étudiants, le quartier et la santé publique, devant les fou-rires de Jean et Xavière TIBERI
dont la famille et les proches habitent sur de Santeuil devant Censier Paris-III.
Pour avoir dénoncé la persévérance dans l'homicide à la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Fac amiantée depuis avril 1964.
Construite sans permis de construire au grand dam du Préfet de la Seine, floquée d'amiante sur 6kl et demi de poutres de fer.
Pour avoir publié les noms des présidents et agents hygiène/sécurité responsables pénalement et juridiquement d'un bâtiment
public reconnu amianté, accueillant la jeunesse d'ici et du monde entier.
L'étudiant LANGINIEUX a été condamné par les 31e et 17e chambres correctionnelles pour "diffamation".
Il doit "réparation" à l'Etat assassin et ses sbires, sur deux décisions des présidents de chambre : Olivier PERRUSSET et
Nicolas BONNAL ainsi que leurs confrères.
Au total, 93 magistrats serviles (quatre vingt treize), en non-application de droit ont participé à cette affaire d'empoisonnement sur
15 années (à partir de juillet 1996).
 
Dont Jean-Claude MARIN, Jean-Louis NADAL, Jean-Claude MAGENDIE, Jacques DEGRANDI, Philippe COURROYE,
François FALLETTI, Jean-Marie VEILLE, Alain PERIER, Joëlle LACKMANN, et les magistrats de la Cour de Justice
de la République qui ont protégé : DSK, FABIUS, AUBRY, ROYAL, VOYNET, BUFFET, ALLÈGRE, LANG, etc., 26 ministres
en tout, désignés par Maître JOISSAINS-MASINI (12 pour "coups et blessures") et Michel LANGINIEUX (14 "non-assistance
à personne en danger en connaissance de cause").
 
Pis : le non-lieu du juge d'instruction Michèle VAUBAILLON est irrégulier depuis 2002 car incomplet, signé sans les notifications
requises [art. 183, 507, 508 du C.p.p.] : les délais, dès lors, courent toujours [in vitam aeternam], sur 4 pourvois en cassation refusés !!!
 
Cette fonctionnaire aux ordres, ignare autant qu'inique, n'a tenu compte ni du travail de la Police judiciaire, ni des dossiers des
malades, ni des morts ignorés, ni du quartier contaminé, ni de la Fac en danger, ni des experts, ni du médecin de prévention Catherine KORBA, ni du toxicologue Yves HUBERT, ni du médecin du Ministère Michel DAMON, ni de l'Expert judiciaire Marcel DELPORTE, ni du bras droit du Ministre ALLEGRE, Michel GARNIER, ni du C.C.H.S. : [Comité Central Hygiène et Sécurité National], ni des preuves,
ni des chiffres, ni des données.
La juge VAUBAILLON voulait sa "promotion" en Cour d'appel : elle l'a obtenue sur force bigoudis et salons de coiffure,
macchabées à l'appui. Mais très bien coiffée.
 
Que cela se sache !