Bouquetin à Champagny le Haut en SAVOIE LIBRE

Bouquetin à Champagny le Haut en SAVOIE LIBRE

lundi 30 janvier 2012

SAVOIE, DAVOS, FEMEN,UKRAINE, FRANC-MACON, ILLUMINATI, ECHO DES MONTAGNES, FREDERIC BBRGER

FEMEN Protests at World Economic Forum
 

[Image] Activists of the Ukrainian feminist nudity group FEMEN clash with Swiss police during a protest at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, WEF, in Davos, Switzerland, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. (Jean-Christophe Bott)
[Image] EDS NOTE NUDITY Topless Ukrainian protesters demonstrate at the entrance to the congress center where the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Switzerland Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. The activists are from the group Femen, which has have become popular in Ukraine for staging small, half-naked protests against a range of issues including oppression of political opposition. (Anja Niedringhaus)
[Image] Topless Ukrainian protesters climb up a fence at the entrance to the congress center where the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Switzerland Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. The activists are from the group Femen, which has have become popular in Ukraine for staging small, half-naked protests against a range of issues including oppression of political opposition. (Anja Niedringhaus)
[Image] EDS NOTE NUDITY - Topless Ukrainian protesters demonstrate at the entrance to the congress center where the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. The activists are from the group Femen, which has become popular in Ukraine for staging small, half-naked protests against a range of issues including oppression of political opposition. (Anja Niedringhaus)
[Image] EDS NOTE NUDITY- A topless Ukrainian protester is arrested by Swiss police after climbing up a fence at the entrance to the congress center where the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. The activists are from the group Femen, which has become popular in Ukraine for staging small, half-naked protests against a range of issues including oppression of political opposition. (Anja Niedringhaus)
[Image] Topless Ukrainian protesters demonstrate at the entrance to the congress center where the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Switzerland Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. The activists are from the group Femen, which has have become popular in Ukraine for staging small, half-naked protests against a range of issues including oppression of political opposition. (Anja Niedringhaus)
[Image] A topless Ukrainian protester is arrested by Swiss police after climbing up a fence at the entrance to the congress center where the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Switzerland Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. The activists are from the group Femen, which has have become popular in Ukraine for staging small, half-naked protests against a range of issues including oppression of political opposition. (Anja Niedringhaus)
[Image] Topless Ukrainian protesters demonstrate at the entrance to the congress center where the World Economic Forum takes place in Davos, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. The activists are from the group Femen, which has have become popular in Ukraine for staging small, half-naked protests against a range of issues including oppression of political opposition. (Anja Niedringhaus)
[Image] An activist from Ukrainian feminist group FEMEN shouts slogans as she is arrested by Swiss police during a topless protest on January 28, 2012, against the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting on January 28, 2012 in the Swiss resort of Davos. Getty
[Image] An activist from Ukrainian feminist group FEMEN shouts slogans as she is arrested by Swiss police during a topless protest on January 28, 2012, against the World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting on January 28, 2012 in the Swiss resort of Davos. Getty
[Image] Attivist from Ukrainian feminist group ' Femen ' is arrested by Swiss police as they make a topless protest on January 28, 2012, against the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the center of the Swiss resort of Davos. The global elite has talked itself into an upbeat frame of mind as the Davos forum nears its climax on Saturday, but the Greek debt crisis still hangs heavily over proceedings. Getty
[Image] EDS NOTE : NUDITY - A member of the Ukrainian FEMEN women's rights group is detained by policemen after a protest at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, WEF, in Davos, Switzerland, Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012. In freezing temperatures three topless Ukrainian protesters were detained Saturday while climbing a security fence outside the economic forum to draw attention to the needs of the world's poor. The protesters had their papers checked and will be released later from custody.


Women Protest Worldwide Photos 11

[Image] Cindy'Lee, leader and presidential candidate for the 'Parti du Plaisir' (Pleasure Party) campaigns, demonstrates in front of France's Standard and Poor's agency, on January 24, 2012 in Paris, to protest against France's new rating by Standard and Poor's agency. France was stripped of its top AAA credit rating by one notch to AA+ on January 14, 2012. Getty
[Image] Demonstrators with ACTA stickers on their mouths take part in a protest against Poland's government plans to sign international copyright agreement ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement), in front of the European Union office in Warsaw on January 24, 2012. The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) aims to create international standards for intellectual property protection, but some groups oppose it as limiting Internet freedoms. Poland, which joined the EU in 2004, has committed to signing ACTA on January 26. Getty
[Image] Nepalese students chant anti government slogans during a torch rally to protest against Nepal Oil Corporation's decision to hike prices on major petroleum products, including petrol, diesel, kerosene and LPG in Kathmandu January 24, 2012. Reuters
[Image] Members of the Turkish Communist Party (TKP) chant slongans against French president during a protest outside the French consulate in Istanbul, on January 24, 2012. The French Senate on Monday approved, by 127 votes to 86, the measure which makes it an offence punishable by jail in France to deny that the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman Turk forces amounted to genocide. French President Nicolas Sarkozy, whose right-wing UMP party put forward the bill, now has sign it into law. Getty
[Image] Monica a German trucker gestures on the Turin highway during a truckers' protest against the government's deregulation plans in Turin January 23, 2012. Truckers blocked roads throughout Italy and taxi drivers resumed a strike on Monday as opposition mounted to fuel tax rises and economic reforms aimed at opening up competition in protected sectors including transport and pharmacies. Reuters
[Image] Pro-life activists protest at the March for Life rally on January 23, 2012 in Washington, DC. Pro-life activists gather each year to protest on the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. Getty
[Image] An 'Occupy WEF' protester cuts firewood during a protest against the World Economic Forum (WEF) at the Swiss resort of Davos on January 23, 2012. Some 1,600 economic and political leaders, including 40 heads of states and governments, will be asked to urgently find ways to reform a capitalist system that has been described as 'outdated and crumbling as they converge at eastern Switzerland's chic ski station of Davos for the 42nd edition of the five-day World Economic Forum (WEF) which opens on January 25, 2012. Getty
[Image] Members of a leftist Turkish party waves party flags and hold a banner reading 'Armenian allegations are part of a new Treaty of Sevres (which would have divided Turkey) by the USA and EU' as they protest outside the French embassy in Ankara on January 23, 2012. Turkey threatened France with new sanctions over a bill criminalising the denial of the Armenian genocide as the French Senate prepared to vote on the legislation. Getty
[Image] Cambodian victims hold a demonstration to mark the third anniversary of a forced eviction in the Dey Krahorm community, Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Three years ago residents were forcibly evicted from their homes and told by local authorities that the land was owned by others. (Heng Sinith)
[Image] AIDS protestors are seen outside the FDA building on Monday Jan. 23, 2012, in Silver Spring, MD. (Larry French)
[Image] A Hungarian protestor covers her mouth with a mask during a protest in support of the largest opposition radio station 'Klub Radio' which recently lost its radio frequency in Budapest, Hungary, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2012. Thousands gathered to protest against the government's controversial media law and to help the 'Klub Radio'. (Bela Szandelszky)
[Image] The Ladies in White, a group of family members of imprisoned dissidents, protest during their weekly march in Havana January 22, 2012. The opposition group "Ladies in White" accused the Cuban government on Sunday of "murdering" by neglect a 31-year-old dissident who died last week following a hunger strike in prison. Ladies in White leader Berta Soler said Wilman Villar Mendoza died because the government did not respect his rights and that he was only the latest such victim to die for the same reason. Reuters
[Image] Anti-government protesters shout as they carry portraits of several prisoners during a rally organized by the pro-democracy 20th February movement in Casablanca, Morocco, Sunday, Jan. 22 2012. Like the rest of the region, Morocco was once shaken by pro-democracy protests but the king has succeeded in blunting them by holding early elections and amending the constitution and the numbers of protesters have dwindled.
[Image] Demonstrators, dressed as workers, holds a sign that reads in Spanish 'I don't want apartheids in Chile' during a protest in support of maids and workers outside the gated community "El Algarrobal II" in Chicureo, Chile, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012. According to community rules, workers are forbidden to walk along the residential development.
[Image] Topless activists of Ukraine's protest group Femen punch reporters in front of the Bulgarian Parliament in Sofia, on Saturday, Jan 21, 2012. Ukrainian female rights activists FEMEN staged a protest in Sofia against the domestic violence on women and children and against human trafficking. (Valentina Petrova)
[Image] An anti-government protester holds a banner that reads 'I love democracy' while posing in front of a group of riot police in combat gear in Bucharest, Romania, early Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012. Police on Sunday clashed with a small contingent of around 1,000 protesters in the capital, after demonstrations against austerity measures turned violent. (Vadim Ghirda)
[Image] Occupy protester Julie Searle chains herself to fellow protesters blocking a Bank of America branch entrance on Friday, Jan. 20, 2012, in San Francisco. Anti-Wall Street demonstrators across the U.S. planned rallies Friday in front of banks and courthouses. (Noah Berger)
[Image] Children chant slogans during an anti-Syrian regime demonstration at the mountain resort town of Zabadani, Syria, near the Lebanese border, on Friday Jan. 20, 2012. President Bashar Assad's forces attacked Zabadani, some 17 miles (27 kilometers) west of the capital, for six days, sparking fierce fighting that involved heavy bombardments and clashes with army defectors.

[Image] Protesters hold signs that read in Spanish "English get out of Malvinas" outside the British embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Friday Jan. 20, 2012. A small crowd of demonstrators turned out Friday after British Prime Minister David Cameron accused Argentina of being "much more than colonialist" for asserting its claims to the islands.
[Image] A demonstrator chants as she holds up a poster with the image of Chile's Interior Minister Rodrigo Hinzpeter, during a protest against a proposed plan on new ways to crack down on unauthorized social protests, in Santiago, Chile, Thursday Jan. 19, 2012. "Hinzpeter Law," had included enabling police to seize images from media without court orders but Hinzpeter is backing away from that idea.
[Image] Half naked and caged activists of the animal rights group 'Igualdad Animal' (Equality Animal) symbolically sit in cages to denounce the slaying of animals to make fur coats, in Barcelona, Spain, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. (Manu Fernandez)
[Image] Bulgarian environmental activist wears a gas mask and carries Bulgarian national flag during a protest in Sofia, on Wednesday, Jan 18, 2012. Though the Bulgarian parliament banned on Wednesday shale oil and gas exploration through hydraulic fracturing or fracking hundreds activists gathered to protest against the environmental policy of the government. (Valentina Petrova)
[Image] Israeli Ethiopian girls have their faces painted as they take part in a demonstration against racism and discrimination in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012. Thousands of young Ethiopian immigrants and other supporters gathered on Wednesday outside the Israeli parliament, to protest what they say is racism directed at them. (Sebastian Scheiner)
[Image] An anti-government protester draped in a Bahraini flag argues with riot police who told her to go inside as police dispersed a banned demonstration Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012, in Manama, Bahrain. Opposition groups, led by al-Wefaq society, had called for a march through central Manama, but turned the protest into a sit-in when police who turned out in large numbers blocked their way.
[Image] Workers demonstrate at the request of the CGT union (General Confederation of Work), in Marseille, southern France, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012, against what they describe as anti social government measures. Labor unions insist workers shouldn't have to pay the cost of the financial crisis at a time when many French companies are still making profits, and accuse unpopular conservative leader President Nicolas Sarkozy of putting together a slap-dash solution ahead of elections.
[Image] Occupy London protesters chant anti-corporate slogans as they gather on the steps of St. Paul's Cathedral, in central London, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012. Britain's High Court decided Wednesday, Occupy London protest camp an be evicted from outside St. Paul's Cathedral. (Lefteris Pitarakis)
[Image] Occupy Congress protesters arrives for a day of demonstrations and activities on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. (J. Scott Applewhite)
[Image] Protester, holds a black cross to symbolically mourn the death of PSI (Private Sector Involvement) and CDS (Credit Default Swaps) during a rally in central Athens, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. Strikes and demonstrations over austerity measures hit the Greek capital of Athens on Tuesday, as international debt inspectors returned to resume their scrutiny of the country's reforms. (Dimitri Messinis)
[Image] International Indignados movement demonstrators chash with Italian police officers as they try to move out of St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, in Rome, Saturday, Jan. 13, 2012. The Indignados staged a sit-in and tried to place tents and climb the Vatican Christmas tree as a protest. (Andrew Medichini)
[Image] Border guards, fire brigade officers and prison guards blow horns as they protest demanding monthly wage increases of 300 zlotys (US dollar 85, euro 66) , just like those recently given to the police and armed forces, in Warsaw, Poland, Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012. Similar protests took place simultaneously in Warsaw, Gdansk, Poznan and Wroclaw, the four Polish towns that will host the Euro 2012 soccer championships games. (Alik Keplicz)
[Image] Indigenous women rest after protesting the Conga gold and silver mining project in Cajamarca, Peru, Tuesday Jan. 3, 2012. Demonstrators in Peru resumed their protests against plans to develop a $4.8 billion gold mine, saying they fear the mine will will taint their water and affect a major aquifer. The mine is majority owned by U.S.-based Newmont Mining Corp. (Karel Navarro)