WORLD REFUGEE DAY

We read with sadness renewed the data offered on June 18, 2021 in the annual report of the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) where we are struck by the fact that 2020 has been the ninth consecutive year in which the number of refugees and displaced has increased. So much so that there are currently more than twice as many people displaced as a decade ago, when the figure was below 40 million.


Any figure - twice half or a fraction - is a shame that should put us in a state of bad milk capable of causing an earthquake. The threads that encapsulate the piece need a handful of scissors capable of influencing wherever necessary and releasing the philately prisoner of tyranny, commercial interests, hatred, terrorism, corporate relations, militarism , poor provoked and hypocrisy. The hypocrisy of wealthy countries is disgusting. The hypocrisy of those who often cause displacement and then curse people's movements when it comes to them closely.


The migrations of poor people (we are talking about people without material resources) make a lot uncomfortable and we see it every day in the speeches of many political parties, who fill their mouths with patriotism and defenses of freedom , while denying the future to those who need a gateway to their threatened existence of a non-future. And among these people we find those who have the sad honor of being unwanted migrants and refugees for their personal experience.

We will not go into definitions, nor differentiations, because it is not the place or the time. Everyone as a human being has a dignity and a right to a full life. We are not so naïve to pretend what is ideal ( although it would be desirable), but we cannot give up denouncing this completely inhumane situation in which millions of people are poured every year.

Everyone from their little or large pole who gets angry as they please and puts their seed on it. Those who can offer the keys to some doors have an obligation to do so (by situation and by mandate). And it's not welcome - or pedagogical - to let them go through life without accountability.

We want to end up with a stanza of Lluís Llach,where he offers us tenderness to fight.

" The world I live in often I don't feel mine
And I know the whys of a revolt
Misery and war, hunger and death
Fascism and hatred, anger and fear
I reject a world that mourns these sorrows, so much sorrow
But all at once comes the tenderness "

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