Jadarmiyya d desert
and it was all about the borders again. algeria morocco without capitals. what capitals good for if they do not really translate the concerns of people. i do not personally like capitals specially in the eyes i mean "I" and in the beginnings things like rabat algiers nouakshoot.. did i just misspell again this Victorian transtextual leit motif. i care a little.
the borders are again full of injured hungry people that we all call afraican after having spent a whole lot of time trying to " burn" the borders to a promised land: europa. i know how it looks like to be under the mercy of moroccan jadarmiyya. the gendarmes of the sahara. city dwellers who are pissed off.. angry and hungry for moroccan riyals.
i know the sahara borders from times of camel traffics and now cigarettes and hashish. well sometimes arms well we sell everything in the borders and we buy jadarmiyya. and now our friends the gendarmes have other occupations that have to do with the "black" illegal immigrants. they are not six or seven people, they are thousands of people. scary situation for the gendarmes. but they easiest thing is to throw them out there n what s called the borders of algeria. and start the talk of the regimes. insulting each other. and accusing each other about things done. they never talk about things to do. Things like opening the borders for people to visit each other. or problems of Tiharyyin and other villages that we had to evacuate in the deserts of morocco.
according to aljazeera, morocco has recently expelled at least 2000 immigrants, sparking concern from international human rights groups and aid organizations about the conditions and speed of the operation."Difficulties are compounded as Morocco has strained relations with Algiers since the latter has backed the Polisario Front during more than a decade of political impasse following a truce in 1992, and hosts Polisario's Saharawi government in exile."
well things get mixed up for the two capitals. and the Polizario issues surfaced here are just a face of shame that the two regimes are showing. who cares about what they think now. the care should fall on these thousands of people thrown out there in the sahara deserts without food or medication. there are pregnant women and sick people women and men who need help.
Mr. jettou, the head of moroccan bureaucracy accuses algeria of letting illegal immigrants cross the borders. he thinks that algeria is trying to foreground the W.Sahara issue by letting all these people in.
well here we are busy talking about how low the contexts are and we so the readings for our PI classes. we know about the coming frosts more than we know about bread needed for our friends imprisoned in the sahara deserts trying to just reach home. bennaqs.
21 October 2005
Jadarmiyya d desert