dijous, 31 de març de 2011

Memòria històrica


Foren uns fets terribles, esfereïdors. La mena de succés luctuós que colpeja la consciència i et porta a reflexionar sobre la condició humana. Una tragèdia col·lectiva que mostrava fins a quin punt les persones són —som— capaces de produir horrors.

Per tal que aquests fets no caiguessin en l'oblit els autoritats construïren un museu en memòria dels damnificats.

El museu fou un èxit rotund: cada dia milers de persones feien cua per entrar-hi. I cada deu anys un grup de criminals ocasionals intentava reproduir els fets.

12 comentaris:

El porquet ha dit...

Potser estem fent bandera de la memòria selectiva?

Alyebard ha dit...

O de l'amnèsia històrica?

Jordi ha dit...

Els humans som el pitjor animal que hi ha.

Ina Blackwood ha dit...

Podria il·luminar als ignorants com jo... A quin succès s'està referint?

Aris ha dit...

si, això sol passar, molta memoria històrica i tal, per que sempre s'acabi repetint...

Srta. Tiquismiquis ha dit...

Eps que de tot s'en pot fer professió.

zel ha dit...

No hi ha res més burro que la humana multitud. Ai.

Agnès S. ha dit...

Molt bé, però recordar, sempre ha de servir per alguna cosa de profit...he dit de profit!!!!
No per despertar ràbia, (i compartir-la, i "cagar-nos" en la mare que els va parir),o per tenir la conciència tranquil·la pel fet de recordar aquesta gent i que no sel's oblidi....
...quina merda! (i això que no se benbé del que parles, però segur que també s'hi escau...)

Jacint Maussarell ha dit...

Memòria irònica.

helena arumi ha dit...

Hi ha coses dins la història que no es poden ni es deuen oblidar. Museus, pel·lícules, llibres... el que sigui perquè la gent sàpiga quin gen de l'horror duem tatuat a foc en el nostre ADN "privilegiat"

sànset i utnoa ha dit...

d’això se’n diu memòria histriònica...

*Sànset*

Anònim ha dit...

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