8. Dezember 2014 von Sydney Polart ©
It’s the opaque blue wall, on which the ugly face of fascism becomes most visible.
It’s the code of silence, which connects the police with fascism.
It’s the blue wall that shields the police off from any transparency.
It’s the blue wall, which silences any criticism from outside or from within.
It’s the blue wall, from which the questions drip off and the answers go away unheard.
It’s the blue wall, which drapes itself in the blanket of secrecy, and hides under it everything that they want to be hided.
But the time is ripe for change. It’s the blue wall, which needs to be washed, cleaned from the ugly past. It needs to become transparent. It needs to be washed, until it lost its blue, it needs to be washed until it is colorless and every color feels represented by its officials.
Dr. Dr. Immanuel Fruhmann