Peasant Photos

Peasant - Dissident people from the Nueva Jerusalen (New Jerusalem) religious community --where in the last month the catholic sect in charge of the community destroyed two lay schools-- hold a sign demanding their right to choose a school, in Turicato, Michoacan State, Mexico, on August 27, 2012. Nueva Jerusalen community was founded in 1973 after peasant woman Gabina Romero said that Our Lady of the Rosary had materialized before her with the message to found a community of penitents to save the world. Nowadays the community counts 4,000 inhabitants arrived from the whole Mexico, who make their lives out of farming and behave according to a strict code that forbids television, radio, written press, mobile phones, alcohol, music (excepted liturgical) and courtship.

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Dissident people from the Nueva Jerusalen (New Jerusalem) religious community --where in the last month the catholic sect in charge of the community destroyed two lay schools-- hold a sign demanding their right to choose a school, in Turicato, Michoacan State, Mexico, on August 27, 2012. Nueva Jerusalen community was founded in 1973 after peasant woman Gabina Romero said that Our Lady of the Rosary had materialized before her with the message to found a community of penitents to save the world. Nowadays the community counts 4,000 inhabitants arrived from the whole Mexico, who make their lives out of farming and behave according to a strict code that forbids television, radio, written press, mobile phones, alcohol, music (excepted liturgical) and courtship.
  • Peasant - Dissident people from the Nueva Jerusalen (New Jerusalem) religious community --where in the last month the catholic sect in charge of the community destroyed two lay schools-- hold a sign demanding their right to choose a school, in Turicato, Michoacan State, Mexico, on August 27, 2012. Nueva Jerusalen community was founded in 1973 after peasant woman Gabina Romero said that Our Lady of the Rosary had materialized before her with the message to found a community of penitents to save the world. Nowadays the community counts 4,000 inhabitants arrived from the whole Mexico, who make their lives out of farming and behave according to a strict code that forbids television, radio, written press, mobile phones, alcohol, music (excepted liturgical) and courtship.
  • Peasant - A woman stands in a street in the Nueva Jerusalen (New Jerusalem) religious community --where in the last month the catholic sect in charge of the community destroyed two lay schools-- in Turicato, Michoacan State, Mexico, on August 27, 2012. Nueva Jerusalen community was founded in 1973 after peasant woman Gabina Romero said that Our Lady of the Rosary had materialized before her with the message to found a community of penitents to save the world. Nowadays the community counts 4,000 inhabitants arrived from the whole Mexico, who make their lives out of farming and behave according to a strict code that forbids television, radio, written press, mobile phones, alcohol, music (excepted liturgical) and courtship.
  • Peasant - A picture taken on August 2, 2012 shows the 'Valnurese' sculpture by French artist Elisabeth Cibot erected in Nogent-sur-Marne on July 31, 2012. The sculpture, depicting former French first lady Carla Bruni-Sarkozy dressed in peasant clothing and is dedicated to the Italian women labourers working in the town since 1860. The statue, currently covered with a tarpaulin, will be inaugurated in September.
  • Peasant - A man leads his donkey followed by his wife dressed in religious clothes over the crest of a cultivated hill on July 18, 2012 at Nueva Jerusalen community, Turicato municipality, state of Michoacan, Mexico. Nueva Jerusalen was founded 1973 after peasant woman Gabina Romero said that Our Lady of the Rosary had materialized before her with the message to found a community of penitents to save the world. Nowadays the community counts 4,000 inhabitants arrived from the whole Mexico, who make their lives out of farming and behave according to a strict code that forbids television, radio, written press, mobile phones, alcohol, music (excepted liturgical) and courtship.
  • Peasant - Children wearing the clothes required by the dressing code of their religious community search on July 18, 2012 amid the rubble of what was left of a primary school, destroyed by religious fanatics past July 6, at Nueva Jerusalen community, Turicato municipality, state of Michoacan, Mexico. Nueva Jerusalen was founded 1973 after peasant woman Gabina Romero said that Our Lady of the Rosary had materialized before her with the message to found a community of penitents to save the world. Nowadays the community counts 4,000 inhabitants arrived from the whole Mexico, who make their lives out of farming and behave according to a strict code that forbids television, radio, written press, mobile phones, alcohol, music (excepted liturgical) and courtship.
  • Peasant - Worshiper women dressed in religious attires walk around the church of Our Lady of the Rosary on July 18, 2012 at Nueva Jerusalen community, Turicato municipality, state of Michoacan, Mexico. Nueva Jerusalen was founded 1973 after peasant woman Gabina Romero said that Our Lady of the Rosary had materialized before her with the message to found a community of penitents to save the world. Nowadays the community counts 4,000 inhabitants arrived from the whole Mexico, who make their lives out of farming and behave according to a strict code that forbids television, radio, written press, mobile phones, alcohol, music (excepted liturgical) and courtship.


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