Hi, Do you have a license? School kids charged adults for safe Bangladesh ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

When we speak for truth, they said us imprudent. If we want justice, they sent us to the prison. When we occupied streets for unjust, they tagged our name in Razakar‘s list. Proviso we demand safety, they grant death for us. When we move in the street, they think we are the terrorist. Their talks on democracy remind crocodile tears. The parliament where they seat and debate it repeats the same drama over again. They made pavement for pedestrians and now it means hucksters. We know ‘administration’ is another name of bribery and corruption, even if they adore the darling to ejaculate good governance. This may represent the morals of Bangladesh where actually no morals belong that could admire its citizens with true care and sensitivity. 

The aforementioned paragraph is a token exposition of placards has shown by school kids when they occupied streets to make a protest against unwanted road mishap in the country. The teenagers came out with placards and took possession of road traffic for a week; the motive of this spontaneous movement was to stop people’s unexpected death procession due to the reckless vehicles on roads and highways. Bangladesh achieved its freedom through a crucial sacrifice of millions about fifty years ago. The hidden inspiration of this sacrificial movement was to ensure peace and justice who was the victim of unjust and discrimination in that time. Anyway, people yet suffer in a different context. Once the West Pakistan rulers forced them to live in poverty and unjust. The compatriot purchased their freedom through sensational movements but their own people now appeared opponent to them. They forced fellow citizens adjusting them with irregularities in a stoical face. The tricky power players in Bangladesh get tremendous success over their compatriots; now the sullen majority believes discrimination and waywardness are inevitable who want justice in this accursed land. It means the sacrificial essence of freedom fighters has lost its meaning in course of time.

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Source: Daily Stormer: Riots in Bangladesh, Possible Coup, Andrew Anglin

… The boys who were in the dreamy movement and who were not there due to the adverse ambiance, a majority of them will be lost in course of time; few among of them remain after this, they will have a chance to rebuild the world for upcoming descendants. The ‘robust few’ will appear as a leader for the future generation. How they achieve it by living on today’s unpleasant ambiance?—the question is vital, but today’s protester must find the answer through his self-learning.
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Bangladesh is such a place where historically public harassment is high and people are predestined to see them in the street over and again. Peoples’ movement against the dirty political system and power beneficiaries happened many times in near and remote past. The country has a golden history of Language Movement and mass upsurge against the former and subsequent autocratic regimes of West Pakistan and Bangladesh. This time the outrageous innocent mob occupied avenues for road safety. A recent study on road mishap claims careless driving killed 25000 people each year in Bangladesh; as well as 1.8 million drives vehicle without any driving license; above all, millions of public vehicles are unfit to move in the road. The public transport in Bangladesh is messy and corrupted, where the bus owner association played a pivotal rule when any public protest happened against road incident on the street. It seems like so a government operates its own legitimacy within the government itself. Leaders of the association exploit reinless labor force if any occurrence happened against the road mafias. Current there is no strong legislation that could control the road-thugs of this country. 

Mr. Shajahan Khan, a powerful minister now led this sector with daring laughter. He was a leftist in his early political career and later turned on to the reverse. This man is the new mobster of this money-making sector; even prime minister fear him when he burst with laughter and kick out any complaint against him that his reckless steering murders innocent people every day. He is a muscleman politician as like his macho mustache. Mr. Khan is the minister of shipping but occupying an influential position in the road transportation sector. He now possessed the position as executive president of Bangladesh Road Transport Workers’ Federation. The man loves to control public transportation as a minister and leading trade unionist of this profitable sector. His leftist trick of exploiting labor force might teach him how to make a profit from it and how to involve his loving family members with this! 

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Source: Unmad Magazine: Current Editor: Ahsan Habib: “Hi Mama, do have a license?”

… Dear adults, do not worry if you see your kid distrust you at near future. Please try to realize, since you lost your innocence in course of time so you deserve this mistreatment from your loving child. It would be best if you let him go so he can weave life as like the Weaver… That is why further worry and advice of adults is fantastical; let them go their own way and tried to be a companion of this youngling force if possible; but, don’t try to spoil them with your rotten consultation.
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Mr. Shajahan Khan, his name sometimes reminds Mughal Empire Shah Jahan. The empire was the king of a vast kingdom and made Tajmahal for remembrance of his beloved wife Momtaj. Minister Shajahan Khan is the new king of a vast moneymaking kingdom. He recently permits a bus named Jabal-e-Noor to his relative. Jabal-e-Noor means the mountain of light; Mr. Shajahan and his buddies have great favoritism moving public vehicles on roads at the speed of light, so none can beat them. However, the Jabal-e-Noor killed innocent school kids very recent when it was moving on the road with drunken amusement and laughter, as Mr. Shajahan often shows the same postures in televised talk shows. Bangladeshi adults are ‘nevermind’ generation‘; they see Mr. Shajahan smiles when news media charged him for the horrific mafia activity happened in the transport sector. Yes, they could allow it with a stoical face but the kids cannot, so this is the first time when naughty boys are in the street with a placard,—“Lucky to born in this country o mama/ people die under vehicle’s wheels/ and minister laughs.” 

Very sad for Mr. Laugh, his timing of laughter betrays him at this time. Politics is the tricky game of smile and crocodile tears. Mr. Shajahan, sorry…Mr. Laugh, it would be better for him if he confronted news media with crocodile tears instead of laughing like a buffoon. The kids are not like their parents; they are yet not prepared to consider the minister’s laugh with staid resilience. The naughty boys yet have an amazing innocence that can outburst in a moment when a powerful minister suppose like Mr. Shajahan vomits politics with a tricky smile, even heard the news that Jabal-e-Noor crushed on schoolboy just a minute before. This weeklong movement transmits a signal that Kids’ innocent rage can shake the entire system that has already rotten and died before death appears to it. The politicians and mafias are reciprocal to each other in Bangladesh; no effective political system actually exists here that could oxygenate its citizens;—youngsters shakes the so-called adult’s perception through their spontaneity in the streets. This spontaneity proved kids are ready to ignore political fraudulence, but they are reluctant to tolerate the system that gives space a mafia-God behaves like a joker. The significance of this apparently ended movement is there; it was spontaneous in nature and rockers of this movement tried to address the problem where the country belonging since after its independence. 

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Source: Auto blog.com: Placard for Safe Road Movement: Bangladesh considers capital punishment for traffic accident deaths: Reporter: Serajul Quadir and Ruma Paul.

… kids should carefully ignore such adult who will try to teach them about the meaning of revolution and so on. The books are there to understand this; life also is there to think about this; Nature is there to feel this. The only moral that an adult can give to his little kids and that is,—dear child, try to understand how a Weaver gather, choose, and re-construct its home with staid endurance. This realization is stronger than the fucking revolution and blah.
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Opportunists and spineless opposition party have tried utilizing the movement so the downfall of present tyrannical government can get quick pace. However, the youth force denies all tricks before back to their mother’s lap. They sent clear messages to the society,—look, we are not come here to change the nasty ruling party and give chance to another nasty opposition; we come here to shake the dirty political system which is perhaps the root cause of all evildoer activities we’ve seen in this country. They really mean it when the foreign journalist asked a protester,—“Hi, do you have a concern that political thugs of government and opposition party could hijack the movement and divert your advisability in wrong ways to achieve their evil desire?” The teenage replied with matured tone:

“Don’t treat us fool. We come here to shake the system that fucked us every day. We believe make a significant change in the system is necessary than the downfall of a ruling party from governance. We are in the street to make the system more human which you adults or senior citizens failed to give us. We think safe Bangladesh is imperative rather than digital Bangladesh, and that’s why we are here.”

Discomfortable for the ruling party who implants internet technology as a tarp for this youth force in excuse of Digital Bangladesh; so it can be used to addict youth forces in selfie and fun; so they ‘dopamined’ and never feel any urge to raise questions against the government and corrupted system of the country. Anyway, the recent movement made this trick futile. Kids deny this in their placard, “We don’t want 4G speed or 1GB internet in a cheap rate/ we want road safety for the kids and adult citizens.” 

This approach might be a new experience for the adults who came out in the street several times through political motivation. The experience gave them pain and despair; each time today’s adults returned home with bitterness; their bad experience motivated them to believe the bottom of all garlic have remained ‘same’ to the end. The rulers fall, but the system remains unchanged;—this is the common perception of Bangladeshi adult citizens. Anyway, current movement tried to shake it through its weeklong outstanding activities in the streets. This is the memorable significance of this nonpolitical social movement. It indicates a swing generation has grown up in Bangladesh who trained them to interrogate the system and express their disbelief to the power players before trusting them twice.
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Source: Google image: Placard: Safe Road Movement: Photography: Unknown

… Hi child, keep continuing the essence what you have achieved from the movement. Please distrust the system; trained yourself for suspecting the authoritative guardians who sent you in school and college; remember the moral that they sent you to read books but never inspired you to read life with open eyes. Dear kids, if you want to keep your innocence and have a desire to survive later please educate you in disbelieve; please remember, the adults are not always right in their perception and life living; even you have necessity to distrust your parents and teachers as well if time beckons you to deny the loving parents.
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The weeklong movement was creative if we consider the age and maturity of this youth force; naughty teenagers took charge of controlling the road traffic in a disciplined manner. The whole country saw how they checked vehicle’s license and fitness. Their weeklong movement penalized powerful citizens for breaking traffic laws. The loving kids sweep roads, removes garbage from the streets, and they inspired pedestrians to use foot over bridge. Not only this, they fought against the trained armed force and political gangsters with daring innocence. A marvelous scenario of the movement was created when the brats made a fence to protect their female classmates from the sexual harassment of political thugs. They did not occupy streets for vandalism; rather the frivolous youngsters displayed their outrageous emotion in placards with creative irony. “Hi Mama (means ‘maternal uncle’ in the Bengali language), do you have a license?” –they placarded the question popular in all over Bangladesh

The moral of this question is immense. The whole nation was astonished and soon after realized, yes, they achieved the license of freedom but nobody has a valid license operate this country with moral dignity and sincerity. Morality is a vague word but sometimes it appeared essential when we relate it with good governance; for instance, when a minister permits vehicles on the street he should have some moral guts that he is for service of those people who select him to lead them. The Kids movement unveiled the tragic truth that nobody remains in the country who could be used for people’s service

The movement has come along with a lesson for the adults; they were not prepared to think an outrageous movement could possible in this country without vandalism or destruction of public property. The teenagers’ movement was exceptional in this context. The spirit of the movement was unique and they collected it from the month-long Shahbagh movement, happened in the year 2013. Young bloggers and online activists occupied Shahbagh for a month and demand the death trial of war criminals; though the movement was ended creating a contradiction between different interest groups and political agents. The horrific emergence of Islamic Fundamentalists made the entire movement grievous. Shahbagh movement exploded with prolonged pain and confusion where the nation has lived since to the frightful killing of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1975. He was the dream-making leader of independence, but rebellious traitors killed him in excuse of chaos and turmoil. That killing was a landmark in the history of Bangladesh, which at later flings the nation in mental agony and confusionShahbagh blasted all this trickery through its month-long movement in the street, where one party blames another as an antagonist for the essence of independence. However, the approach of this long movement was full of creative zeal and irony.

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Source: Google image: Placard: Safe Road Movement: Police grabbed kids’ throat: Photography: Unknown

… Police grabbed kids’ throat… such picture exhibits stress, it indicates statehood feels the loose motion and do not delay farting vulgarity in all possible ways. Kids didn’t delay to address this obscenity by issuing the reverse, where they said, “Who the fucking asshole police are?” The adults who were shocked to see such language in Kids’ procession they might forget, these kids are not coming here to welcome prime minister with a flower necklace.
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The kids also educated them from a recent movement on Job Quota reform for the candidates. The ending of this movement as well as was not pleasant for the supporters who consider it realistic and justified. The rockers of Shahbagh and quota reform movement were vibrant and spontaneous in the beginning but they lost when opportunists made access and infused them in the movement; this persuasion made both of the apparently non-political social movement disputable and confusing to the people who had sympathy on it. The kids were concern about this; they tried best to concentrate on the issue they have raised so that it can unveil the real face of Bangladesh, where powerful adults corrupt the system to serve their own charity. Adults’ activism in Bangladesh looked disgraceful when the youngling population was busy to leak out the fault line and tried to repair it with delightful togetherness. 

After the dramatic ending of this weeklong movement, we can say the glum days are waiting for adults who consider them the guardian of this fragile society. Bangladesh is a rotten country despite its immense potential. Here permitless vehicles killed innocent people and the majority are aloof to keep driving license or valid documents when they drive in the roads and highways. What a joke (!), the powerful minister do not hesitate drives his car on the wrong route. Traffic jam happened when the honorable prime minister and VIP move in the road buzzing terrific siren. Lawmakers appeared as lawbreakers and police harassed people for the subscription. Bribery is the only way if anybody wants to survive in this country. Stock market robbery and bankruptcy is a normal event here; besides, the public mandate can change overnight through vote rigging. Sound weird but question paper leaks out just before the moment of an exam and Education Minister tried to hide his responsibility with bullshit wording. The objective of educating people is political here; sad, harmony is absent in the education system that can synchronize society in fortitude and togetherness

Education is a business and teachers are alike with merchandisers. Anarchy or disorder eclipsed the country with dark fear. A recent street art might enough to realize the situation where people are staying now. An artist addressed the member of a minority class called him Subodh and appealed him to flee from this country if possible. “Subodh, let flee; the time is no longer in favor of you now.”—such appeal indicates the ruling system of this country has gone out-of-order. Kids’ movement once again brings out the truth in front of the state operators and its eunuch adults.

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Source: The daily star: Protesters resolute: Photo: Anisur Rahman

… Any protest against the systematic exploitation of peoples’ right, it must burst some bad smile with true vulgarity; except for this, it cannot shake the system where rosy faces are hungry to smell the ‘deodorized dog shit’, to think it a fragrance.
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Kids showed their maturity in the weeklong protest; even they didn’t hesitate to show vulgarity when statehood moved its police forces so panic can create in the street. The possibility of downfall always creates tension in power-suckers’ mind, and nervousness is inevitable when the little kids beckon such a terrific message in the poster, “If you fear then you endst/ if you protest then you are Bangladesh.” This movement was unique in another sense that the under-eighteen generation was not hesitant using slang words during the peak moment of the protest. They triggered slang when state power tried scattered the emotional gathering through its armed force and with abusive words.

Police grabbed kids’ throat… such picture exhibits stress, it indicates statehood feels the loose motion and do not delay farting vulgarity in all possible ways. Kids didn’t delay to address this obscenity by issuing the reverse, where they said, “Who the fucking asshole police are?” The adults who were shocked to see such language in Kids’ procession they might forget, these kids are not coming here to welcome prime minister with a flower necklace. The adults might be the victim of oblivion that movement in the street is not a rose garden; movement happened when obscenity rise in a society; and language played an actor rule in this obscene battle between two oppositions. Any protest against the systematic exploitation of peoples’ right, it must burst some bad smile with true vulgarity; except for this, it cannot shake the system where rosy faces are hungry to smell the ‘deodorized dog shit’, to think it a fragrance. 

Kamal Kumar Majumder, the contemporary Bengali writer once wrote, “He who attacks language he save the language.” The kids’ reminds Kamal Kumar, Subimal MishraAkhteruzzaman Elias, and Nabarun Bhattacharya‘s gestures when they attack the deodorized rosy society with witty rage. Their wording shows up why slang or swear-words are essential to attack the deodorized system, which dominates people with vulgar laughter and tried to control them by using tricky dominance. Swear-words are the part of the system from where language has come out; they are rising from the dark cave-hole where system fuck life in myriad ways. The premature generation sees them fucked by the adults on roads and everywhere, so it was inevitable for them to use slang when a minister like Mr. Shajahan who tried to blow up the justified claim with indecent laughter and disregard. This new boom was ready to answer the minister with witty laughter, “Comrade falls into politics/ Kicks people/ king has no moral/ Hi listen, no time to fuck the leader.” 

A shocking experience for the inoffensive impotent adult citizens; they never think this innocent force could appear as a threat for the system where they used to live on year-after-year despite their mental agony to it. Their golden kids who love junk food, they think who have no difference with a pet kitten, and sometimes they express their despair to think about the future of this selfie generation, whom they think become apparent stoic to the great history and struggle of this legendary landscape…, this sudden boom sweeps all assumption false and fictional. It happened in the first time when guardians permit their loving kids to confront bullets and tear shells with dareness. A little kid writes in his placard during the movement, “Hi Mama, don’t wait for me. I am going to the door of no return and will not come back to see you again. Pray for the toddler whom you love even more than your life.” Certainly emotional; but his message is clear;—the new sun is rising as a wakeup call for the rotten adults of Bangladesh.
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Source: Google Image: Placard: Comrade falls into politics/ Kicks people/ king has no moral/ Hi listen, no time to fuck the leader. Photo: unknown

… The unexpected vibrant movement has already sent a message to the statehood that the kids are not come here to play movers’ rule in chessboard to satisfy political rivals and opponents of the ruling party. They already slapped oldie generation, and now it is clear parents have little ideas about their perilous adolescents. The lacking may give adult citizens a space to observe their kids from a different perspective.
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Kids’ protest was different from the protest happened in this country near or remote after. The characters and ambiance of this movement are different and the language as well. The whole country has seen how they took-over mending the indiscipline traffic system on their amateurish shoulder. The beautiful juveniles are still innocent to understand the dirty face of political thugs; nonetheless, they looked committed in the entire movement; where they tried to teach the mighty statehood, dirty ministers, filthy politicians, corrupted bureaucrats and castrated intellectuals, and as well as the horrified adult citizens of the country. The message of movement has already appeared shocking and humiliating for so-called adults of Bangladesh who lost their self-pride due to the prolonged fucking of the political system and mismanagement. 

The unexpected vibrant movement has already sent a message to the statehood that the kids are not come here to play movers’ rule in chessboard to satisfy political rivals and opponents of the ruling party. They already slapped oldie generation, and now it is clear parents have little ideas about their perilous adolescents. The lacking may give adult citizens a space to observe their kids from a different perspective. How a kid thinks and in which way he reacts when necessity alerts him to occupy streets for change and protest? —such question will appear as inevitable in near future. Addresses the kids with enough vigilance and sensation are essential for matured adults. The golden flowers remind them to think again nothing fine happened here for a kid that he could regard as appreciable for his bright future. They change the definition of patriotism through this amazing movement. The morals of this movement might be this, a true patriot never waits for others, nor he depends on others; he himself appointed him to eradicate weeds from the garden. The adults must understand the moral before adding any comment to praise or condemn it.

Let notify the lesson kids has tried to disseminate the citizens:

I. The state has already expired and administers of the country failed to ensure safety and happiness for future progeny.

II. The essence of sacrifice in independence is blurry and absconded because of the senile leadership.

III. Governance is unfair and unconstitutional where it abortive to ensure justice for the citizens. 

IV. The sociopolitical system is ineffectual despite the recent economic growth and eye-catching development of majority people in the country. 

V. Reform in the education system is inevitable since when it serves political interest

VI. A knowledge-oriented society is essential if this dying state wants to recover the moment of togetherness from its commune based simplicity and cultural legacy. The essence of living a simple life with satisfaction is missing now due to the empty-headed imitation of western ideas and leadership forced people to swill it. 

VII. Success against corruption is until impossible if reform in the economic system failed to address the meaning of happiness with care. 

VIII. Implants technology is inevitable but it should handle with care so that state can use it to make a human society where socioeconomic discrimination is nominal. The society must have necessity addressing Nature-oriented life this people once hold on in their life with inborn spontaneity.

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Source: Google Image: Graffiti: Subodh, let flee; The time is no longer in favor now, Artist: Unknown

… They change the definition of patriotism through this amazing movement. The morals of this movement might be this, a true patriot never waits for others, nor he depends on others; he himself appointed him to eradicate weeds from the garden. The adults must understand the moral before adding any comment to praise or condemn it.
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Degrading for the adult citizens when their descendants write in the placard, “Repair of the state is ongoing, sorry for the momentary inconvenience.” Nobody has appointed them what they did in the street, but when the guardians and operators of statehood failed to perform the responsibility there might have no alternative other than this. This cheering youth did not tremble to remind the adults, “47 years have passed of independence, what Prick you people have torn apart in those years?” A great humiliation for the state machinery; shameful for the state head, chief justice, politicians, bureaucrats and all other guardians who treat this sullen land like a lustful rapist. Disgraceful as well for the folks who think they are destined to carry all these irregularities in their shoulder with ultimate silence. They are the parents of this youth mob but the parenting has now appeared futile to the little kids, as because they always teach them to become appreciable which the authority has to think acknowledgeable for them and kids too. 

Ruthless discipline is the strength from where power generates for the kingship and its flatterers; anyway, innocence sometimes appeared as a threat and it happened in the streets of Bangladesh. The kids have now achieved the courage to deny promises of statehood. Prime minister has already granted their claims and declared that she will ready to make it true. Kids denied the declaration first with a clear statement that none in country’s history keep his promises until people forced him to do it; so they will not back home until they’ve certainty that claims for ‘safe road’ have got some real progress. Embarrassing for the liars who use politics as a ladder of power, upsetting for the prime minister as well who make a promise to break it. She breaks her recent promise when the reform movement in job quota system happened; perplexing for the civil society players who think power never could sustain without treachery. 

This is might be the first movement in human history where protesters deny the honey-suckle promises of power-suckers. Such disbelief is the strength of this kids’ movement. Only the innocent kid can keep suchlike belief in his heart that he needs what he demands before go back to his mother’s lovely womb. These kids had no leader when they claimed justice in the street; they made them capable to lead the whole movement with togetherness and common feelings. Yes, they used social media to protect their innocence from the dirty adults. These kids carefully handle the weeklong movement so none can pollute their identity as a non-political force of future, and they trained them for self-leadership stands on the sharing of common principle. One group was unknown to the other but their motif echoed the same tune during the entire moments of protest. 

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Source: Google Image: School kids made a fence to protect the school girls when rumor spreads thugs rapped 4 girls

… The moral of this question is immense. The whole nation was astonished and soon after realized, yes, they achieved the license of freedom but nobody has a valid license operate this country with moral dignity and sincerity. Morality is a vague word but sometimes it appeared essential when we relate it to good governance;… The Kids movement unveiled the tragic truth that nobody remains in the country who could be used for people’s service.
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Adults were busy to find the leader in this movement and they mocked them to hear this. One protester clearly mentioned kids’ mindset when the sly TV journalist tried to instigate him during an interview session so he can disclose the hidden source of this exceptional movement. Yonder protester just defeats her with an innocent punch:

“Listen, we are a group of kids here and we’ve no leader at all. Every member of each group commits them to lead the movement, and there is no certainty that if one group decided to back home other groups will do the same. Yes, we will back if we get minimum certainty that the state understands our feeling and addressing it with care.”

Maybe due to the reason, they engraved witty words in the placard,—”Dear Prime minister sent your ministers and policies in school to educate them, and apparently let students take care of the streets.” A very bad signal for the egotistical leaders who think they are the landlord of this beautiful landscape and its beaten dwellers; indeed an alert for the rulers who lead this shady land in colonial approach, and who believe people are make-bound to carry the order and discipline with utter silence.

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Source: Google Image: Placard: Safe Road Movement: Photo: Unknown

… Discomfortable for the ruling party who implants internet technology as a tarp for this youth force in excuse of Digital Bangladesh; so it can be used to addict youth forces in selfie and fun; so they ‘dopamined’ and never feel any urge to raise questions against the government and corrupted system of the country. Anyway, the recent movement made this trick futile.
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The hype of this movement is over now; those dream-looking kids have already back to their lovely mothers; and, rotten adults now have taken over the charge of this dreamy movement to spoil it. Anyway, adults’ involvement doesn’t mean anything. We know who are they and what dickhead they can tear by using this dreamy movement. Every little kid is ‘real human’ and this humanity lost in time when they going to ‘adult’. Adults are the surname of adultery who fuck himself first and then tried to fuck the whole Nature and the Nature-influenced human nature as wellAdults vandalize dream but they cannot make a new dream from the debris. Thus, the discussion about the later fate of underage movement is nonsensical. We could barely say this:

Hi child, keep continuing the essence what you have achieved from the movement. Please distrust the system; trained yourself for suspecting the authoritative guardians who sent you in school and college; remember the moral that they sent you to read books but never inspired you to read life with open eyes.

Dear kids, if you want to keep your innocence and have a desire to survive later please educate you in disbelieve; please remember, the adults are not always right in their perception and life living; even you have necessity to distrust your parents and teachers as well if time beckons you to deny the loving parents.

The achievement of this movement is significant. We can say the kids are now ready to make questions about what they learned from family and seminary. The problem of humanity related to the problem of innocence. Human race yet not capable keep continuing the true innocence which Nature give him on his moment of birth. A question cannot be born without distrust. Except for disbelief, new thinking and dream cannot be born. Thinking is a dream and it planted in the kids’ mind first. The future political system in Bangladesh could never be possible except for this. The seminary will not teach the kids what they have already achieved from the weeklong movement. This is self-learning and they should continue this beyond over the adults’ fencing. Anyway, we can say as well, kids should carefully ignore such adult who will try to teach them about the meaning of revolution and so on. The books are there to understand this; life also is there to think about this; Nature is there to feel this. The only moral that we adult can advice our little kids and that is,—dear child, try to understand how a Weaver gather, choose, and re-construct its home with staid endurance. This realization is strongest than the fucking revolution and blah.

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Source: Google Image: Placard: Dear Prime minister sent your ministers and policies in school to educate them, and apparently let students take care of the streets., Photo: Unknown

… After the dramatic ending of this weeklong movement, we can say the glum days are waiting for adults who consider them the guardian of this fragile society. Bangladesh is a rotten country despite its immense potential… A knowledge-oriented society is essential if this dying state wants to recover the moment of togetherness from its commune based simplicity and cultural legacy. The essence of living a simple life with satisfaction is missing now due to the empty-headed imitation of western ideas and leadership forced people to swill it.
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The boys who were in the dreamy movement and who were not there due to the adverse ambiance, a majority of them will be lost in course of time; few among of them remain after this, they will have a chance to rebuild the world for upcoming descendants. The ‘robust few’ will appear as a leader for the future generation. How they achieve it by living on today’s unpleasant ambiance?—the question is vital, but today’s protester must find the answer through his self-learning

Dear adults, do not worry if you see your kid distrust you at near future. Please try to realize, since you lost your innocence in course of time so you deserve this mistreatment from your loving child. It would be best if you let him go so he can weave life as like the Weaver. This apparently ended movement has left a strong message to the adults, that is,—the youngling kids know how to occupy streets when the necessity arises; as well as they know how to weave home for all of the members in the planet. That is why further worry and advice of adults is fantastical; let them go their own way and tried to be a companion of this youngling force if possible; but, don’t try to spoil them with your rotten consultation.
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… These kids had no leader when they claimed justice in the street; they made them capable to lead the whole movement with togetherness and common feelings. Yes, they used social media to protect their innocence from the dirty adults. These kids carefully handle the weeklong movement so none can pollute their identity as a non-political force of future, and they trained them for self-leadership stands on the sharing of common principle. One group was unknown to the other but their motif echoed the same tune during the entire moments of protest.
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Source: Google Image: Poster Art: Safe Road Movement: If you fear then you last/ if you protest then you are Bangladesh.

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