Friday, September 02, 2011

Ugandan Police Use Pink Goo To Stifle Opposition

"Reuters has a gallery of images from the scene of anti-government unrest in Uganda, where things have turned surreal with authorities using an unknown pink substance as their choice method of repression. Brutality made beautiful, as whole streets, buildings, and crowds are made magenta:

Ugandan police dispersed opposition who had gathered in a Kampala suburb on Wednesday to mourn people killed during demonstrations earlier this year. Keen to attract foreign investors to turn the country into a major oil producer, Uganda was rocked by widespread anti-government protests in April and May [when] at least nine people were killed in the government’s clampdown."

One should wonder just how toxic this stuff is.


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