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ΟΙ ΚΙΝΕΖΟΙ ΞΥΠΝΗΣΑΝΕ ΚΑΙ ΔΙΑΔΗΛΩΝΟΥΝ……ΕΝΑΝΤΙΟΝ ΤΗΣ ΜΟΛΥΝΣΗΣ ΤΟΥ ΠΕΡΙΒΑΛΛΟΝΤΟΣ

Posted by satyrikon στο 29 Ιουλίου, 2012

ΜΗΝ ΤΟ ΑΚΟΥΤΕ ΠΑΡΑΞΕΝΑ.

Η ΑΛΜΑΤΩΔΗΣ ΑΝΑΠΤΥΞΗ ΤΗΣ ΚΙΝΑΣ ΚΑΙ ΓΕΝΙΚΩΤΕΡΑ ΤΗΣ ΑΣΙΑΣ ΕΧΕΙ ΔΗΜΙΟΥΡΓΗΣΕΙ ΕΝΑ ΤΕΡΑΣΤΙΟ ΣΥΝΕΦΟ ΜΟΛΥΝΣΗΣ ΠΟΥ ΑΙΩΡΕΙΤΑΙ ΠΑΝΩ ΑΠΟ ΑΥΤΕΣ ΤΙΣ ΧΩΡΕΣ ΓΙΑΤΙ Η ΑΝΑΠΤΥΞΗ ΕΧΕΙ «ΦΟΥΓΑΡΑ» ΚΑΙ ΑΝΕΞΕΛΕΓΚΤΗ ,ΛΟΓΩ ΚΕΡΔΟΥΣ,ΡΥΠΑΝΣΗ.

ΟΙ ΦΩΤΟΓΡΑΦΙΕΣ ΠΟΥ ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΟΥΝ ΔΕΙΧΝΟΥΝ ΤΗΝ ΤΟΠΙΚΗ ΑΝΤΙΔΡΑΣΗ ΤΩΝ ΚΙΝΕΖΩΝ ΣΤΗΝ ΠΟΛΗ Qidong  ΟΠΟΥ ΕΓΙΝΕ ΠΡΟΣΠΑΘΕΙΑ ΑΠΟ ΤΙΣ ΚΙΝΕΖΙΚΕΣ ΑΡΧΕΣ ΝΑ ΦΤΙΑΞΟΥΝ ΕΝΑ ΑΓΩΓΟ ΑΠΟΒΛΗΤΩΝ.

«Αξιωματούχοι στην ανατολική Κίνα ακύρωσαν το προγραμματισμένο βιομηχανικό έργο του αγωγού αποβλήτων οταν έως και 1.000 διαδηλωτές κατέλαβαν  ένα κυβερνητικό γραφείο, ανέτρεψαν αυτοκίνητα, κατέστρεψαν ηλεκτρονικούς υπολογιστές και χτύπησαν τους αστυνομικούς.»

 

 


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Qidong China Protest Photos

[Image]Local residents clash with the police in front of a local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under constructionin Qidong, Jiangsu province July 28, 2012. Chinese officials cancelled an industrial waste pipeline project on Saturday after anti-pollutiondemonstrators occupied the government office in eastern China, destroying computers and overturning cars.The demonstration was the latest in a string of protests sparked by fears of environmental degradation and

highlights the social tensions the government in Beijing faces as it approaches a leadership transition this year. Reuters

[Image]A police officer bleeds after clashing with local residents in front of a local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under constructionin Qidong, Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012.  Reuters
[Image]A woman, with her face covered in blood, is helped by demonstrators after clashes with police during protest against an industrial waste pipeline under constructionin Qidong, Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]Local residents, holding banner which reads «Against the Oji Paper Group, protect our homeland», shout as they gather to protest against plans for a water dischargeproject in Qidong, China Saturday, July 28, 2012. AP
[Image]A group of protesters overturn a car near the local government office compound in the coastal city of Qidong, near Shanghai, in the eastern China provinceof Jiangsu on July 28, 2012. Getty
[Image]Local residents gather around scattered documents and an overturned car during a protest against plans for a water discharge project in Qidong,China Saturday, July 28, 2012. AP
[Image]Local residents surround a vehicle after they overturned it, as they gather to protest against plans for a water discharge project in Qidong, China Saturday,July 28, 2012. AP
[Image]Armed police officers head to the local government office building where local residents gathered to protest against plans for a water discharge project inQidong, China Saturday, July 28, 2012. AP
[Image]Local residents stand on smashed cars as they occupy the local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under constructionin Qidong, Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters

[Image]Police beat a protestor on the ground (not pictured) outside the local government offices in the coastal city of Qidong, near Shanghai,in the eastern China province of Jiangsuon July 28, 2012.  Getty[Image]Police restrain a protestor outside the local government offices in the coastal city of Qidong, near Shanghai, in the eastern

China province of Jiangsu on July 28, 2012. Getty

[Image]A police officer is thrown to the ground by protesters near the local government office building Saturday July 28, 2012 in Qidong, Jiangsu Province, China.Authorities in eastern China dropped plans for a water-discharge project Saturday after thousands of protesters angry about pollution took to the streets,in the latest of many such confrontations in a country where three decades of rapid economic expansion have come at an environmental price. AP
[Image]Protesters and police clash outside the local government offices in Qidong in the eastern China province of Jiangsu on July 28, 2012.  Getty[Image][Image]
[Image]A line of paramilitary police makes its way through protesters outside the local government offices inQidong in the eastern China province of Jiangsu on July 28, 2012. Getty[Image]
[Image][Image][Image]Protesters and police gather outside the local government offices inQidong in the eastern China province of Jiangsu on July 28, 2012.Thousands of demonstrators protested against alleged pollution from a paper factory in this eastenChina city and clashed with police after they seized bottles of liquor and wine from

the offices along with cartons of cigarettes, items which Chinese officials frequently receive as bribes. Getty

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[Image]Police officers guard the local government office building Saturday July 28, 2012 in Qidong, Jiangsu Province, China. AP
[Image]Protesters stand as police officers guard the local government office building Saturday July 28, 2012 in Qidong, Jiangsu Province, China. AP
[Image]Vehicles damaged by protesters are seen at the local government office building Saturday July 28, 2012 in Qidong, Jiangsu Province, China. AP
[Image]A protester stands in front of a lines of riot police officers Saturday July 28, 2012 in Qidong, Jiangsu Province, China. AP
[Image]Protesters, right, confront with police officers, left, near the local government office building Saturday July 28, 2012 in Qidong, Jiangsu Province, China.  AP

[Image]A demonstrator fights with a police officer in front of the local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong,Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Angry demonstrators occupied a government office in eastern China on Saturday, destroying computers and overturning cars parkedoutside in a violent protest against an industrial waste pipeline they said would poison their coastal waters. The demonstration was the latest in a string of protestssparked by fears of environment degradation and highlights the social tensions the government in Beijing is having to deal with as it approaches a leadershiptransition this year. About a 1,000 protesters marched through the coastal city of Qidong, about one hour north of Shanghai by car, shouting slogans againstthe plan to build a pipeline through the city that would empty waste from a nearby paper factory into the sea. Reuters
[Image]Protesters beat a policeman (C) during a protest outside the local government offices in Qidong in the eastern China province of Jiangsu on July 28, 2012.Thousands of demonstrators protested against alleged pollution from a paper factory in this easten China city and clashed with police after they seized bottlesof liquor and wine from the offices along with cartons of cigarettes, items which Chinese officials frequently receive as bribes. Getty[Image]
[Image]Protesters beat a policeman (C) during a protest outside the local government offices in Qidong in the eastern China province of Jiangsu on July 28, 2012.Thousands of demonstrators protested against alleged pollution from a paper factory in this easten China city and clashed with police after they seized bottlesof liquor and wine from the offices along with cartons of cigarettes, items which Chinese officials frequently receive as bribes. Getty[Image]
[Image]Local residents occupy a local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong, Jiangsu ProvinceJuly 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]Local residents push over a police vehicle as they gather to protest against plans for a water discharge project in Qidong, China Saturday, July 28, 2012.The government in the city announced on its official website Saturday that the plans were scrapped amid opposition by local residents, who are concernedover potential pollution. AP
[Image]A police car lies overturned as protesters occupy a government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong,Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]A local resident squats on a destroyed car after demonstrators occupied the local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipelineunder construction in Qidong, Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]Demonstrators stand inside a destroyed office at the local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong,Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Angry demonstrators occupied a government office in eastern China on Saturday, destroying computers and overturning cars ina violent protest against an industrial waste pipeline they said would poison their coastal waters.  Reuters
[Image]Police officers stands next to a damaged police car after demonstrators occupied the local government building during a protest against an industrial wastepipeline under construction in Qidong, Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters[Image]
[Image]A demonstrator smashes a car window during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in front of the local government building in Qidong,Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]Demonstrators smash a car in front of the local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong,Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]Local residents gather to protest against plans for a water discharge project in Qidong, China Saturday, July 28, 2012. The government in the city announcedon its official website Saturday that the plans were scrapped amid opposition by local residents, who are concerned over potential pollution. AP
[Image]Local residents gather to protest against plans for a water discharge project in Qidong, China Saturday, July 28, 2012. The government in the city announced onits official website Saturday that the plans were scrapped amid opposition by local residents, who are concerned over potential pollution. AP
[Image]Local residents protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong, Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]Local residents marche during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong, Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters[Image]
[Image]Police officers try to calm the crowd during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong, Jiangsu Province July 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]Local residents occupy the local government building during a protest against an industrial waste pipeline under construction in Qidong, Jiangsu ProvinceJuly 28, 2012. Reuters
[Image]Protesters gather on rooftops to shout slogans outside the local government offices in the coastal city of Qidong, near Shanghai, in the eastern Chinaprovince of Jiangsu on July 28, 2012.  Getty
[Image]People standing on cars hold a banner as other protestors shout slogans inside the local government office compound in the coastal city of Qidong,near Shanghai, in the eastern China province of Jiangsu on July 28, 2012. Getty
[Image]Protestor shout slogans and hold placards outside the local government offices in the coastal city of Qidong, near Shanghai, in the eastern China provinceof Jiangsu on July 28, 2012. Getty[Image]

 

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