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Er, der alles erlebt hat, was ein Mensch erleben kann, wendet sich im gesegneten Alter von 93 Jahren an die heutige Gesellschaft, und insbesondere an die Jugend. Hessel fordert das Gegenteil: Hessel zitiert oft politische Beispiele von internationaler Reichweite; so weit muss man nicht gehen.
Hessel ist dabei kein schwarzmalender Kulturpessimist; sein Aufruf ist keine Anklageschrift, sondern durchzogen vom Prinzip der Hoffnung und einem positiven Denken. Eine win-win-Situation. Jul 27, Franck Emsallem added it. Et on ne peut faire plus efficace: Feb 19, Andrea rated it it was ok Shelves: Impossible devant ce mini opuscule gentillet, consensuel, et finalement bien fade.
Mais bon, c'est pour la bonne cause Apr 23, Laurel Zuckerman rated it did not like it. A perfect jewel of false history, hatred and hypocritical, sloppy thinking. It is the reader, not Mr Hessel, who should be outraged. Given the distinguished biography and advanced age of the author, I wish I could find some glimmer of redeeming value in this hateful little pamphlet. But I cannot.
What a pitiful end to a long, courageous and at times brilliant career. Let me state few things first I have not given 4 stars for the exactness of the historic details given in this book. For, I am not adequately equipped with the knowledge of few events narrated in this booklet.
Moreover, it is also not a thoroughly researched work. It is just a booklet that stimulates the young mind to 'outrage. About the author Stephane Hessel is ninety Let me state few things first I have not given 4 stars for the exactness of the historic details given in this book.
About the author Stephane Hessel is ninety three years old and was a member of the Resistance group that sought to liberate France from the occupying German force during the World War II. He was captured as a POW and later was sent to a concentration camp.
He is even today a staunch supporter of those formulations and defends them with all his strength. About the Book Hessel sees that the present world is very much against the ideals of Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Capitalist world has captured the governing authorities all over the world. And as a consequence, every fundamental right has become the sole property of some private agencies. He sees it as a deviation from the United Nations' Declaration which sought for A comprehensive Social Security plan, to guarantee all citizens a means of livelihood in every case where they are unable to get it by working.
But today, the world has changed.
The privatization of banks, education, electricity, etc has resulted in steep hike in living costs. The fundamental rights like education and health care become nearly impossible for the poor.
And so, he asks the youngsters of today to become like him, the Resistance fighter. He writes: The motivation that underlay the Resistance was outrage We say to you: Take over, keep going, get angry! I want you, each and every one of you, to have a reason to be outraged. This is precious. When something outrages you, as Nazism did me, that is when you become a militant, strong and engaged. To be a man is to be outraged at some fundamental right denied to a human being.
Indifference is a worse attitude for that reveals that one is not a man. And to be outraged does not necessarily mean to take to arms.
Violence is an act of exasperation.
It does not contain hope. Terrorism itself, we might say, is a form of exasperation. And exasperation here is a negative term. What is needed is not exasperation, but hope. Exasperation is the denial of hope. It is understandable, I would almost say it is natural. None the less, it is not acceptable, because it does not allow people to achieve the results that hope can.
And hope is offered in non-violence. He advocates thus for the non violent protests. The outraged person should protest in the non violent way. Final Remark The student protests in France and Britain, and the non violent protests in the Middle Eastern countries in the recent times were preceded by the publication of this book, if the introduction to this booklet by Charles Glass is to be believed View 2 comments.
Un insulto a la inteligencia del lector. Mejor no, no hablemos del bochornoso papel de Francia durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. View all 4 comments. Oct 11, Daniel Roy rated it really liked it Shelves: Clocking barely below 30 pages, "Indignez-vous! It reads like the words of an awe-inspiring grandfather, speaking gently to France's grandchildren of WW2 and compelling them to find reasons to rise up peacefully.
If I had read this work by itself two years ago, chances are I would have merely dismissed it as idealistic and incomplete. Sure, Hessel's life is a true inspiration, and his call to feel outrage at the way we treat the less fortun Clocking barely below 30 pages, "Indignez-vous! Sure, Hessel's life is a true inspiration, and his call to feel outrage at the way we treat the less fortunate of the world the Rom in Europe, Palestinians, immigrants truly does make your heart beat faster.
But at the time of publication, it must have felt like a lucid but helpless call for political action in Sarkozy's France. But in the wake of the Arab Spring, the Spanish Indignados who take their names after this book and now Occupy Wall Street, Hessel might yet prove to be both prescient and at the forefront of a renewed world solidarity movement.
And reading his pamphlet now, in the light of what it has contributed to conjure from the apathy of the masses It makes you want to take to the streets, filled with outrage and pride like our forefathers.
Jan 12, Alexis Martin rated it it was ok Shelves: Petit livre sans beaucoup de contenu. U martu U svojoj Ko je taj neprijatelj protiv kog treba da se pobunimo? Mar 26, K. Ashcomb rated it liked it. This is a small pamphlet to wake up the young and not so young to take a better look at the state of our democracy and hearts of men who see markets the true purpose. Hessel argues that the media holds too great power of our attention and minds, that we are losing our welfare state to the argument that the divide is somehow deserved between the rich and the poor, that our democracy is in poor condition, and we are reckless with our planet.
Thus it is Time for Outrage! Time to revisit the ideas w This is a small pamphlet to wake up the young and not so young to take a better look at the state of our democracy and hearts of men who see markets the true purpose.
Time to revisit the ideas written in Human Rights and time to say enough is enough. It is a thought-provoking piece. Meant to wake up the young and to say to them that there is a way to influence and that is to speak up.
The call for resistance to get angry is not the call to take arms and use violence to get the desired outcome but to see and to speak up and to use peaceful ways to be heard. It is rare to see someone say it is okay to get angry. That there is something good in anger. Most of us have been taught that anger is something to frown upon. But actually, we need that feeling to tell us something is wrong and to react.
He is a true gentleman. It saddens me to think about how rare his kind is. A man who can quote poems and holds peace and human life as sacred and has a way to invoke people to listen to him. Thank you for reading! This is a complicated review. I give it 4 stars because of the message but there are many works more specific and comprehensive than this.
It's a bestseller in France and has been cited for being influential in inspiring people involved in the Arab Spring revolutions. That's impressive considering it is very short at only 29 pages of actual work - there are additional notes and background on the author included as well.
It also does not say anything that hasn't been said before or can't be found This is a complicated review. It also does not say anything that hasn't been said before or can't be found written or spoken by many different people from around the world. And lastly, what I think some might find most frustrating, is it does not have any "magical" answers, is not an instruction manual for leading a revolution, and does not contain any specific action items.
Instead, what it does contain are some memories of the author's involvement in the French resistance and formation of the UN, the author's personal belief in the need for the creation of a Palestinian state, and a call for people to harness the outrage they should feel about injustices in the world to affect change. Personally I think getting more people engaged in issues affecting humanity is an important and noble message, and I'm happy to see it spread by whatever means possible.
So I'm glad I got it and checked it out. What a powerful message. This book was a very good read, and I regret not bringing it with me to the US. Katsuhiko Tsurudome how can i read it through online? Lists with This Book. Anne-anne Salikala rated it it was ok Sep 21, It contains enough details and is filled with information that manages to keep you from drowsing off which I believe is a success while making you learn something from the same time.
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