Oppression


If a single person feels oppression in his daily job, he maybe asks for help from a labor union, a law service, at last a health care system. Sometimes journalists or even politicians can help to fight versus oppression, distress, burn out. What are your thoughts related to the term “OPPRESSION”? Depression?
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the following 4 pictures were sent to my group “BLOG IT!” by third party photographers, click on the images to enter their flickr galleries:

Cayuco con inmigrantes (Boat with subsaharian inmigrants). + Ceramic Worker
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Gaddani Ship Breaking by Zahid Hussein + Greece Riots

1 - title="Cayuco con inmigrantes" (Boat with Subsaharian immigrants). by Miguelángel
2 - title="Ceramic Worker" by @sHik
3 - title="Gaddani Ship Breaking" by Zahid Hussein by zahidpix
4 - title="Greece Riots" by dimios_

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13 responses to “Oppression

  1. Not having a job is depression, societies are so impotent with people and can’t offer them jobs.
    I am a socialist oriented and think people deserve a decent life without depression from not having jobs.

    Opression=Prolonged cruel or unjust treatment or control….I was lucky and had no opression in my life, thanks God.

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  2. The last photo, Greece Riots and man on fire is scary. It is a shame what the world is coming to.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  3. “Contempt is the weapon of the weak
    and a defense against one’s own
    despised and unwanted feelings.”

    Alice Miller, psychologist and author
    (1923-2010)

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  4. Very colorful stairs.

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  5. Contempt is one step from dissent!

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  6. Miguel Ángel Adam Muñoz

    From all these inhuman situations there is always someone getting benefit, quite often great benefits.
    Thank you very much for posting my photo.

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  7. Bless you for this VERY much needed photographic display of just a few of the manifestations of oppression in this world today! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  8. Hello all, here’s my contribution to this week’s Photo Challenge. This might not be an exact interpretation, but I think it still works:

    http://stephenkellycreative.wordpress.com/2012/03/02/weekly-photo-challenge-oppression/

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  9. Comes in all shapes and forms… :-(

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