An expression of life is a piece of art and a piece of art can be found anywhere in the world as an object on the street, whether bitter or sweet, we are all a part of life. You can watch me ride, or try it yourself backwards travel is freedom!
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Another angle of what a satanic empire looks like.
Reminds me of the a scene in the movie "terminator".
They’re not pirates. They’re not hooligans. The Arctic 30, an international group of Greenpeace activists and journalists arrested in September at an offshore oil platform in Russia’s Arctic waters, are no longer accused criminals.
Charges against all members of the group are being dropped by Russia, and the 26 non-Russians among them will be free to return to their homelands.
The initial bill listed hooliganism and mass riot charges, but said that only convicts can seek amnesty. The parliament then passed amendments stipulating that cases on those charges be closed even before reaching trial or verdict.
The amendments effectively meant that prosecution of the entire Greenpeace crew arrested after a protest in the Barents Sea and charged with hooliganism would end and the foreigners now staying in St Petersburg could finally go home.
“I might soon be going home to my family, but I should never have been charged and jailed in the first place,”said Peter Willcox, the American captain of Greenpeace’s vessel. “We sailed north to bear witness to a profound environmental threat but our ship was stormed by masked men wielding knives and guns. Now it’s nearly over and we may soon be truly free, but there’s no amnesty for the Arctic. We may soon be home, but the Arctic remains a fragile global treasure under assault by oil companies and the rising temperatures they’re driving. We went there to protest against this madness. We were never the criminals here.”