you've had one of these glossy papers with a smiling sun and Green in the milk box that says the elderly lady next to me in the cafe at the Bellevue, the real sun pool but, have nothing to laugh about, have no face and no eyebrows.
I see your mirror image in the windshield, outside on the square passing people just to each other. And on this high-gloss piece of paper, next to the laughing sun, a fear was faced. Fear of people coming into your country. Fear of obfuscation in your country. Fear of climate hysteria in your country. You didn't know, says the lady, that you have a country you've never gotten one, never took, you have none bought, had only been in this a country conceived in a house, in a bed of two people, who were also begotten in a bed, in a house, and then born had been.
It need so much energy against this mistrust, it is clear from this built anxiety to arrive. To explain So much energy that a sun got no eyebrows, and that people with darker eyebrows are not evil people. They build a fear in this country that is not yours, says the lady, and places to keep a Hand on the cold pane, and in the faces of Temporary.
The anxiety is expected to grow in the borders of the country and the borders of the people along.Julia Weber
you should grow to the borders of the country and also the limits of the human along, the fear, to make people so suspicious as possible, and paralyze, so that the people get rigid boundaries no longer connect to each other and so sleepy, even democracy, if I understand this. I nod at her face in the disk, and then turns to me and says, no.
talk about The task of a government is to give people security so that you are able to stay together. It is the task of the government is to create a connection between those who want a great road for big cars, and those whose children play in the streets. People-to-people, are loud, and the quiet, those concrete ones, and those with dogs. There is always, and of course, these differences, and you'll agree, but it was the task of the parties, to build a society of fear. And a smiling sun have to do with fear as much as the sun can ever have a face.
Julia Weber is a writer and lives in Zurich. For the "Tages-Anzeiger" writes to you every week via Zurich loopholes.
Created: 11.03.2020, 17:37 PMUpdated Date: 11 March 2020, 22:02