Suffering under orthodoxy

From North Korea to Iran, from China to Russia etc. it is possible to suffer under a certain kind of orthodoxy. Maybe in every nation, maybe in every job or neighborhood, even family. The hope of the new tools, the world wide web 2.0, internet access with high speed connection, digital photography, blogging of freethinkers etc. is: to have the wonderful chance to change many kinds of orthodoxy. To open narrow minded hierarchies. To build up communities with more fairness and empathy, more freedom and liberty. The chance to compare global conditions of living is the chance to work against orthodoxy. [photo by frizztext; title: INSPECTORS ARE COMING - originally uploaded at http://www.flickr.com/photos/frizztext/196028064/ About criticasters: THOUGH BY WHIM, ENVY OR RESENTMENT LED, THEY DAMN THOSE AUTHORS, WHOM THEY NEVER READ. (Charles Churchill, 1732-1764)] recently I was also amused by another quotation: Bishop William Warburton (1697-1779): “Orthodoxy is my doxy; heterodoxy is another man’s doxy.”

the following photos are from third parties, kindly sent to my flickr group BLOG IT! Click on the pictures to enter the photographers’ galleries!
1Banda de trompetas y cornetas2End of the Arirang mass game - Pyongyang North Korea
3Miss Mouna smiling under her veil, Salalah, Oman4Die Deutschen
5Moscow6Looking Back...
7Ceramic Worker8The Letter Writer

1 – “Banda de trompetas y cornetas”, photo by Miguelángel, España
2 – North Korea producing joy-dancers – photo by Eric Lafforgue
3 – Veil duty for women in Arabia – photo by Eric Lafforgue
4 – German boy focused on uniform – photo by Giancarlo Rado
5 – “Moscow” – photo by Peter Gutierrez
6 – “Looking Back…” – photo by Cindy Seigle
7 – “Ceramic Worker” photo by @sHik / Ashik, Bangladesh
8 – “The Letter Writer” photo by Rita Banerji, Calcutta
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websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - my own photos at frizztext, 3 - flickr group group: BLOG IT!

14 responses to “Suffering under orthodoxy

  1. Powerful words and photos Frizz.

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  2. These countries are serious issues.

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  3. The internet allows the people of the individual Nations to interact with each other on a more personal level, which is no doubt why our Government’s want to regulate the internet. If that ever happens, we’ll be right back to square one.

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  4. To me, an example of the powerful use of photography showed up as a Time magazine cover:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/05/world/asia/05afghan.html

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    • yes, many of us remember the “Time Magazine’s recent cover photo of Aisha, an 18-year-old Afghan woman whose nose and ears were sliced off in 2009, under orders from a local Taliban commander…” fits the topic …

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  6. Oh, bless you, bless you, dear Brother Frizz, for taking this very strong stand against the kinds of orthodoxies around the world that enslave and destroy and cripple and hold us all away from each other. So very wonderful is the worldwideweb in facilitating the breaking down of barriers! Great work you are doing here, Frizz!

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  7. The Oryginal Truth: So convolutedly hidden under the chothed religion!

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  9. And still on these days, still there are people suffering…Still there are people who make their lives just stepping on the others, specially women, …And then, they say “my words have been taken out of context”

    http://www.melillahoy.es/noticia/22957/Religion/Malik-Ibn-Benaisa-dice-en-Ceuta-que-arreglarse-es-de-fornicadoras.html

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