Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Bella ciao

Nice one thanks to Mr. R.

6 comments:

Parvati said...

From Italy: so pleased Iranians fighting for freedom are using our great resistance song! Our hearts are with you - I've dedicated my blog to your struggle, with video of Yare Dabestani... another wonderful freedom-song -
http://darkmirror.blogspot.com/

So Viva l'Iran!! and Viva l'Italia! - hey even our flags are the same colours... And guess what else? We too have a crappy corrupt lying brutal vicious hypocritical and oppressive government :-(... so maybe your example will INSPIRE us too to try to give it another push???

Lisa

Parvati said...

P.S. just read that Rome City Council has voted to name a street after Neda Agha-Soltani:

(my trans.)
"The motion, presented by Alessandro Onorato of the UDC (Christian Democratic Union) was appproved yesterday by the city council with bipartisan support (...)."

"Neda will be a symbol of courage and freedom for Rome", Onorato explained. "An example for all young people who ask for a better world. Naming a street after her will remind everyone of those who have been imprisoned or have lost their lives from last June onwards for demanding freedom and democracy in Iran".

http://www.romatoday.it/politica/via-intitolata-a-neda-a-roma.html

Renegade Eye said...

Bravo

News Blog said...

Nice Post
Gay

rosemann said...

Great song, you will win. As in the spanish fight against the fascist the slogan was "No Pasaran", meaning they wont get through.
I learned this song in the 6th class of my school back in east-German Berlin. Always when I sing it to somebody in Italy, people are surprissed and immediately invite me home. This song gives you power in the fight.

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