UNE DÉCLARATION DE CHERCHEUSES, D’ACTIVISTES ET D’ARTISTES FÉMINISTES SUR L’ÉLECTION DE DONALD TRUMP COMME PRÉSIDENT DES USA

Geste d’un courage admirable au moment où Trump nomme des antiféministes avoués à tous ses ministères et réclame déjà la liste des programmes visant à instaurer l’égalité des sexes.
On peut ajouter son nom à ceux des signataires.

Le mardi 8 novembre 2016, une importante minorité de l’électorat américain a choisi d’envoyer à la Maison Blanche le milliardaire Donald Trump, un sexiste avoué et un raciste impénitent, qui a passé près de quarante ans à s’en prendre aux personnes les plus vulnérables. Le fait d’asperger de sa haine les femmes, les personnes de couleur, les immigrant·e·s, les musulman·e·s et les personnes handicapées est la forme la plus cohérente et la plus documentée d’engagement public de Trump. Cet homme s’est vanté d’avoir agressé sexuellement des femmes parce que, comme il l’a avoué à la légère, sa célébrité lui a facilité la tâche. Nous pouvons seulement tenir pour acquis qu’un climat d’hostilité et une anxiété sur ce qui risquait d’arriver à ses victimes ont contribué à cette dynamique. Le changement politique auquel nous assistons maintenant, y compris la nomination au cabinet du président élu de personnes reconnues pour leur intolérance, réaffirme le mépris envers et la vulnérabilité structurelle de toute personne qui n’est pas blanche, mâle, droite, cisgenre, non handicapée et de classe moyenne ou supérieure.
En tant que communauté de chercheuses, d’activistes et d’artistes féministes, nous affirmons que le temps d’agir est maintenant. Nous ne pouvons pas endurer quatre années de présidence d’un Trump sans nous doter d’un plan. Nous devons protéger la justice reproductive, lutter pour la vie des Noir·e·s, défendre les droits des personnes LGBTQIA, perturber le déplacement des populations indigènes et le vol de leurs ressources, défendre les sans-papiers et leur fournir des refuges sécuritaires, refuser haut et fort toute islamophobie et s’opposer à l’accélération du néolibéralisme et de ses politiques qui détournent les ressources vers les 1% les plus riches et abandonnent celles et ceux qui vivent au bas de la hiérarchie économique. Nous devons également dénoncer la militarisation au pays et à l’étranger, et le déni des changements climatiques qui menace de détruire toute la planète.
Nous devons aussi rejeter les appels aux compromis, à la compréhension et à la collaboration. Nous ne pouvons pas plier et nous ne plierons pas. Notre première priorité est de résister. Nous devons résister à l’instanciation de l’autocratie. Nous devons résister à cette perversion de la démocratie. Nous devons refuser la propagande rassurante spin et contester tout récit qui cherche à désigner le moment actuel comme de « la démocratie au travail ». Ce n’est pas la démocratie; c’est la montée d’une version étatsunienne du fascisme au XXIe siècle. Nous devons le nommer, afin de pouvoir l’affronter et le vaincre. Les personnes les plus vulnérables, au pays et à l’étranger, ne peuvent pas se permettre de nous voir tergiverser ou garder le silence. Les menaces posées par le colonialisme et l’empire des colons partout sur la planète n’ont jamais été plus réelles, et notre volonté de nous opposer à ces injustices n’a jamais été plus forte. Concrètement, aux États-Unis, nous nous opposons à la construction d’un mur au long de la frontière entre les États-Unis et le Mexique, et à la création d’un registre des résident·e·s musulman·e·s.
Nous devons nos meilleures réflexions, enseignements et efforts d’organisation à la conjoncture actuelle et aux communautés pour lesquelles nous luttons. Nous devons trouver des solutions créatives pour répondre aux besoins immédiats des personnes qui seront gravement touchées au cours des 100 premiers jours de la présidence de Trump. Nous devons nous motiver à créer des cadres analytiques nouveaux, plus précis et plus radicaux, qui puissent nous aider à articuler les enjeux de l’heure.
La chose la plus importante que nous puissions faire en ce moment est de nous engager sans réserve par nos actions envers celles et ceux qui sont marginalisés, d’insister pour que les médias soient autorisés à faire leur travail, et de protéger le droit de protester et de faire dissidence. Nous reconnaissons clairement que notre silence ne nous protègera pas. Au lendemain du 8 novembre, le silence n’est pas seulement un manque de mots : c’est une inertie profonde de la pensée et de la praxis libératrice. Alors qu’attendons-nous? Nous sommes celles et ceux que nous attendons. Nous nous engageons à nous battre, avec une détermination farouche, au nom des valeurs et des principes en lesquels nous croyons et des personnes que nous aimons.
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