Today I am very sad because a horrible thing happened to so many girls for New Year's Eve. In Milan in the square, on New Year's Eve many girls were harassed who were there just to have fun. What has happened shows that women cannot yet live safely and that many men still believe that women are objects. I am really very very sad because these girls were traumatized, raped, and many men present there did not defend them but rather took advantage of the situation to harass them too.

New Year's Eve should be a time of joy and fun, instead hear what one of the molested girls says:

"I'm still in shock, I can't realize what happened," added the 20-year-old girl. And again he added: "I still can't sleep, I wake up in the middle of the night shaking." The 20-year-old said that the boys looked at her and laughed: "She looked at me with a look that said 'do what you want, I keep going'". That night the girl had reached some friends in the Cathedral: she was in the company of a friend of hers when she was crushed against a barrier and continually touched by young people. "I realized they were touching me and we wanted to escape but there were too many people. We couldn't move." The 20-year-old says her friend fell because the group kept pushing until they started harassing her. "I felt hands all over the place, even inside my bra which was practically ripped." When they got close to the barriers, the two girls started yelling at the police: "Nobody was helping us."

A photographer intervened to help them. Then the complaint. The Police Headquarters is now trying to trace the identity of the young people, to understand if it was the same group in all five cases of harassment or if there were more than one. The videos published on social networks and the images of the video surveillance cameras will allow the police to trace the identity of the attackers.

I wonder why all these men felt free to be able to molest these girls? What made him think that a person has to go through everything that is done to him?
Do the girls have to go around armed to be able to defend themselves now?
Men do not evolve in a positive way. What is to be done with this type of boys and men?

On New Year's Eve 2016 in Cologne, Germany, at least 650 women were harassed (photos) and sexually assaulted, one also raped, in the station area. Real group attacks carried out by hundreds of predominantly Arab men. 2 Hamburg

On the same night the same assaults are repeated in Hamburg where at least 400 women report sexual assaults. In all, the attackers were 2,000, almost always in groups; 120 suspects, mostly North Africans.

But only four arrests.

On the following New Year, the same script is staged in the central Marktplatz of the Austrian city. In total that evening there were 18 complaints, and among these there were also those of 6 Italian women, two tourists and four university students, all between 19 and 25 years old.


Daughter of the "Father of the Fatherland", General Aung San, killed when she was only two years old, Aung San Suu Kyi was born in Yangon on June 19, 1945. At the age of 15 she left Burma to follow her mother, who became ambassador in India. Much of her life, the Asian leader spends abroad, especially in Great Britain. But in 1988, thanks to her mother's illness, Aung San Suu Kyi returned to her homeland. And it was precisely towards the end of the 1980s that his political career and in favor of human rights began, when the country, governed by the military since 1962, was shaken by massive demonstrations in favor of democracy, then repressed in blood. Suu Kyi starts giving speeches in front of hundreds of thousands of demonstrators and quickly becomes an opposition leader. In this capacity, he then decides not to leave Burma and begins to travel across the country preaching democratic change.
The regime, bewildered by the speed of events and in an attempt to stem the protests, concedes the elections, but first, in 1989, forced the opposition leader to house arrest. The new National League of Democracy (NLD), led by a Suu Kyi prisoner in her own house, triumphs at the polls in 1990, but the vote is not recognized by the generals and the opposition leader continues to be under house arrest, where she will remain for many more years. And it is during this period that she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, then withdrawn only in 2012. An international recognition that, however, does not bend the regime, which continues to maintain Suu Kyi's life amid restrictions and deprivation of freedom.
In 1999, the generals offered her the opportunity to visit her sick husband, on condition, however, that she no longer returned to Burma, but Suu Kyi refused. With no Internet access and severe mail restrictions, Suu Kyi has no contact with her children. But if his opposition to the military dictatorship is viewed with admiration abroad, not everyone at home shares his unwillingness to any kind of compromise with the regime. The wall against the wall, according to some, has kept Burma steady for twenty years.
Aung San Suu Kyi's house arrest was lifted in 1995. But this does not mean freedom for the Asian leader. In fact, at the behest of the regime, women cannot leave the country and are constantly monitored. Over the years, many world leaders have been interested in her, such as the then UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, and Pope John Paul II, as well as the United States and the European Union. In 2002, following strong pressure from the United Nations, Aung San Suu Kyi was granted greater freedom of action in the country. But on May 30, 2003, while on board a convoy with numerous supporters, a group of soldiers opened fire and massacred many people, and only thanks to the quick reflexes of her driver did she manage to escape. After this episode she was once again placed under house arrest, with the relative deterioration of her health.
In 2020 Aung San Suu Kyi's party, the National League for Democracy, again wins the political elections in Myanmar. General Min Aung Hlaing, head of the armed forces, disputes the results of the ballot and asks for it to be re-examined, but the electoral commission rejects the accusations. On February 1, 2021, the Burmese armed forces carry out a coup d'état and arrest Aung San Suu Kyi and other leaders of the ruling party, sparking mass protests in the country that are violently repressed. On December 6, 2021, Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to 4 years in prison on charges of inciting dissent against the military and violating anti Covid measures.
On Monday, December 6, 2021, a court in Naypyidaw, the capital of Myanmar, sentenced Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese political leader to house arrest since the military coup last February, to four years in prison. Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to two years for sedition and two years for violating coronavirus restrictions during the election campaign. Along with her, former Burmese president Win Myint was also sentenced.

The sentence was widely expected: after the February coup, the Burmese army established a military dictatorship in which freedoms were restricted and the judicial system brought under control. Monday's sentence also concerns only part of the trial in which Suu Kyi is accused and a part of the accusations that have been made against her: the judges have yet to rule on the crimes of corruption, violation of state secrets and the law on telecommunications.
The charges are more than ten, and Suu Kyi faces a sentence of over 100 years in prison.

The February coup was organized by the head of the Burmese armed forces, General Min Aung Hlaing, who later assumed the role of head of government, while former General Myint Swe, who had been one of the two vice presidents since 2016, was was appointed interim president. Until then, Aung San Suu Kyi, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, was de facto head of the government. The coup took place on the day when the new Parliament was due to meet for the first time after the elections last November, clearly won by the National League for Democracy (NLD), the party of Aung San Suu Kyi, and lost by the Party for Solidarity and Development of the Union (USDP), supported by the military.
For months after the coup, thousands of people had protested in various cities of the country against the military junta and for the restoration of the elected government: the protests, especially this spring, had involved hundreds of thousands of people. The military junta has responded with a harsh repression: according to the non-governmental Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, 10,600 people have been arrested for political crimes since February, and 1,303 have been killed in the clashes and repression that followed.

However, the Burmese regime is far from stable: Myanmar's economy has collapsed and according to various analyzes the population is on the verge of a very serious famine. The military junta is also diplomatically isolated. In addition, in recent months, part of the opposition has begun to organize itself as a military force, with acts of guerrilla warfare, so much so that it is feared that a civil war could break out in the country.

It is not clear where and under what conditions Suu Kyi, who is 76, will have to serve her sentence. The Burmese leader has been in detention since February, she is not allowed to communicate with the outside world and there is very little news about her. News about the trial was also very limited: the military junta among other things banned Suu Kyi's lawyers from speaking to the media.


Then there are Joanne of Arc and the acts of the Rouen trial celebrated in 1431. Over the centuries Jeanne has been read and interpreted as everything and the opposite of everything, the heroine of the right and the champion of the left, a monarchist and a revolutionary, a feminist and a martyr, and the canonization of the Church adds up to all of this. So my interpretation of her can only be filtered by all the interpretations of the story and by all the eyes that have looked at her and yet I seem to see her in focus: so clear, I seem to know her well, to recognize her. A 19-year-old girl who feels fit and fit for her task, which isn't just any task. Yet Jeanne is steadfast and uses her will, her body and her intelligence to do what she wishes to do and what she feels she is called to do, in a society like that of the fifteenth century that was not really friendly towards enterprising women. to be. When I read Jeanne's words in the proceedings at the end of which she was burned alive, although translated from French into Latin and reorganized, I recognize her. Not sweet at all, rather radical. Not at all sad, if anything at times desperate. And when I was in Domrémy-la-Pucelle in the Vosges, where she was born, and I saw the small church where she was baptized and the baptismal font still there, eternal, and the road that runs through the houses of the village that ends in the pastures and the green-brown and high horizon, behold, I thought that I recognized that place, it was as familiar to me as Jeanne is familiar to me. Harsh and not at all reasonable. What I said to Jeanne in that place remains for me, but the importance of preserving the feeling I felt that day in my daily life remains fundamental for me, otherwise it becomes all surface and repetition and a rush towards one goal and then another. , while the goal remains to feel suitable and suitable for the task that has been assigned to us, without shirking ourselves.

When she was little, she was called Jeanine, and Jeanne when she was older. At thirteen, he kept his father's flock in the fields. Pious and charitable, she loved to give relief to the suffering poor. If, during the winter days, a lost traveler asked for assistance or asylum, she would gladly give her his bed and go to bed in the barn. It has never been known that all good.
However, some episodes happened to this woman that radically changed her life. These are angelic apparitions that she herself reported in her writings and in public interrogations.
The first angel
One summer day, around noon, while he was hoeing in the garden and fasted that day and the previous day, a great light appeared that hits his eyes.
A voice told her: “Jeanne, daughter of God, always go to church, always be good and God will help you”.
Jeanne was very afraid, since she was very young at the time; but the voice was so dignified and so sweet that the shepherdess was comforted. All happy and cheerful, after that episode, she felt like consecrating her virginity to God.
Another time, St. Michael appeared to her accompanied by angels: he told her what pity the kingdom of France was reduced to, and added that he should have helped King Charles VII in arms, and repelled the siege of Orleans by the English. Jeanne began to cry, saying that she was a poor girl who could neither ride nor lead a war. The archangel replied not to doubt, to go to Vaucouleurs, to Robert of Baudricourt, captain of the aforementioned place, and that this Roberto would lead her, or give her soldiers to lead her to the noble king. The rest of Jeanne's story is well known: she will fight against the British, be taken prisoner by the Burgundians and be tried by an ecclesiastical court in Rouen.
The Voices will always accompany her, giving her advice, reproaches and - in the end - contributing to her death sentence. In fact, the origin of these Voices will be one of the themes of the sentencing process. Hearing Voices was a fairly widespread phenomenon among medieval saints, prophetesses and mystics and many hypotheses have been made on the subject. In the proceedings, Jeanne talks about the Voices to reinforce her version of the facts and her behavior. She submits to their authority.
Faith and trust in God radiated on the so pure forehead of the virgin of Domrémy, when she answered her judges. At the stake, his last word was: "Jesus, and his soul flew, in the company of the angels, to Paradise".
Jeanne was accused of dressing like a man, which was inconceivable at the time. But the most serious accusations and the most correlated behaviors with the Fairies are attributed to the Maid during her adolescence. Although not used directly by the prosecution, these rumors were in the public domain and certainly influenced the final verdict, which was still quite obvious for political reasons. According to these rumors, Jeanne allegedly claimed that the fairies were not evil beings (assimilated at the time to the Devil, according to Catholic thought). In addition, the girl claimed to have had visions of St. Margaret and St. Catherine, near a "fairy tree" or a "sacred fountain". Around that tree, Jeanne would dance on certain nights, even leaving some hawthorn garlands as an offering for the fairies. Furthermore, according to her own testimony, Jeanne's godmother would have been a woman familiar with the Ancient Practices who, not infrequently, had relations with the Little People and who would have transmitted some of her knowledge to the young woman. Some testimonies of the time, some also reported in the trial, outline an interesting, albeit somewhat strange and, in a certain way, quite disturbing situation. According to these sources, Jeanne, in her youth, was not very much guided in the ways of the Christian faith and its principles. Instead, it seems that the young woman had been instructed by some old women in the use of certain spells, in divination and other magical arts, or in any case part of popular superstition. It also seems that our Jeanne frequented some villages, known since time immemorial to be suspiciously linked with the Ancient Beliefs, and to be frequented by individuals with unclear activities, suspected of practicing what the Church considered witchcraft.
Jeanne does not seem to deny these acquaintances, which also included her own godmother. From these people, the Maid would have learned of visions or apparitions, ways to get in touch with the world of Spirits and with the Fairies, some of which also for declaredly pernicious and evil purposes. Jeanne was also informed that these entities, especially those referred to as "fairies", were beings outside the grace of God and, as such, extremely dangerous. According to Jeanne, the custom for young girls to bring hawthorn wreaths to a certain tree (called the Tree of the Ladies) was quite common in her parts. This tree stood near a spring, the waters of which appeared to have healing powers. As already said, not even she was exempt from this type of practices, decidedly of non-Christian matrix, even if she herself, later on, would have tried to associate them with the Saints of her "visions".


When David Robert Jones adopts the stage name "David Bowie", he does not receive great applause at first and some call him lacking in personality and out of tune.
It revolutionized music in the second half of the twentieth century. One of his concerts became part of the film "Boys from the Berlin Zoo" inspired by the book of the same name by Christiane F., emblem of a generation.
It's been five years since David Bowie passed away and why is he considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century? He had learned to play the saxophone when he was very young, and has gone down in history as a representative of glam rock, a musical genre in which the guitar meets theatricality: captivating music accompanied by stage presence and references to sexuality.
The saxophone was the symbol of the Beat Generation of the US West Coast, for David an emblem of freedom. Work experiences in a record store and also in an advertising agency as a junior visualizer and in high school musical groups are his beginnings. The passing of David Bowie marked the end of a musically unrepeatable journey. His work has had a huge impact not only on the music scene, but also on the social one, influencing the habits and customs of entire generations. With his numerous alter egos, among which Ziggy Stardust, Halloween Jack and The Thin White Duke stand out, he has given vent to his multifaceted talent, sometimes identifying himself to the point of not being able to divide reality from the fiction of his masks.
More than an innovator Bowie was an "initiator" able to grasp the spirit of the years he was living to convey it to his audience with unusual performances halfway between theater and music, often going beyond convention. A continuous daring that has led him to be a prominent figure in the queer environment, clearing androgyny in a macho society.In 1967 he released his first album with the same title David Bowie, which did not achieve the hoped-for success. Despite the disappointing debut, Bowie does not give up and decides to join the theater company of Linsday Kemp, mime and director, from which the artist learns notions of Kabuki and Noh theater, as well as gestures and a stage presence that will characterize each performance of the singer thereafter. The month spent in a Buddhist monastery in Scotland also contributes to the definition of his multifaceted identity, a period in which he considers fully embracing the precepts of Eastern doctrine and becoming a monk. However, the call of the stage prevails and Bowie returns even more determined to London where he composes the first hit, Space Oddity, achieving national recognition thanks to the decisive support of the BBC, which uses the song as a soundtrack during the live landing on the moon.
Bowie's true consecration came in the 1970s thanks to records of undisputed value such as The Man Who Sold The World and Hunky Dory and the creation in 1972 of his most famous alter ego, the androgynous alien Ziggy Stardust, who came down to Earth to save the world. planet from destruction. On February 10th Ziggy debuts in London conquering everyone thanks to his original style, a hint of what will quickly become his iconic image with the fiery red mullet, the marked makeup, the shaved eyebrows, the futuristic - and feminine - designed clothes for him by the stylist Kansai Yamamoto. Ziggy is the classic Pirandello mask in which Bowie identifies himself fully, allowing him to finally feel at ease on stage and to free his personality. Roxy Music and Marc Bolan had already cleared the gender bending, but Bowie with Ziggy managed to convey a delicacy different from the others, giving life to a character with feminine fragility. This series of elements helps to make it not only a musical icon, but also a reference for the stylists of the time.
Despite Ziggy's imperfections due to his nature as an experiment, it was precisely these that made him a bulky and transversely appreciated media figure, allowing many to live their sexuality freely and without dogma, in a country that was highly conservative at the time.

The avatar has become more important than Bowie could have imagined, absorbing him to the point of wishing for his death, which he staged on July 3, 1973 during a concert at the Hammersmith Odeon, performing the song My Death (English version of La Mort by Jacques Brel) and concluding the show with the interpretation of the iconic Rock'N'Roll Suicide.
The explosion of funk and soul music brings David Bowie to the United States, where he lives one of his most turbulent times. If from a musical point of view he collects great successes with Young Americans and Station to Station, what happens during the interval between the recordings of the two albums seriously undermines Bowie's sanity and life. He is passionate about the occult and the texts of Aleister Crowley, readings that compromise his health already destabilized by a diet based on peppers, milk and cocaine, which led him to the brink of anorexia. Bowie becomes addicted to cocaine for its stimulating effect that allows him not to sleep a wink for days and continue his research in the field of occultism, the main theme of the album Station to Station, but it triggers a sense of persecution that makes him easily susceptible. and can be influenced. In the song Cracked Actor, Bowie's mental fragility is evident, an almost alien behavior that convinces director Nicolas Roeg to entrust him with the role of Newton, the extraterrestrial protagonist of the film The Man Who Fell to Earth.
In this phase, his most controversial character comes to life, the Thin White Duke, who presents himself as a 1930s dancer, cold, austere, with his hair pulled back, an Aryan figure who approaches Bowie, due to some misunderstandings, to the Nazi ideals. The appearance of the White Duke is what he shows in The Man Who Fell to Earth and on the album covers of Station to Station and Low. His less flashy look compared to Ziggy and Halloween Jack mirrors the purging process that leads him to take off the shoes of another to expose himself firsthand. The evolution of his mask parallels Bowie's detoxification process, who leaves California and decides to return to Europe. 
Brian Eno proves to be a pivotal figure in Bowie's career, offering him creative support he never had before. In addition to unconventional solutions in the musical field, he introduces Bowie to the use of oblique strategies, a deck of cards, created by Eno himself, to solve problems thanks to lateral thinking. This approach gives new vigor and vitality to Bowie's sound, marking an intellectual rebirth of the singer who after years of drug addiction and paranoia manages to reinvent himself artistically, performing on stage only as Bowie, without wearing masks. It is no coincidence that the Berlin period, a symbol of resurrection, is the trait d’union that in 2013 marks the musical return of Bowie on the scene.
David Bowie was one of those characters you believe to be immortal, superior to all daily miseries, able to always travel new and unpredictable paths in rock as in cinema, in painting, in theater. Yet he died, as everyone does. It is difficult to imagine him suffering, broken up, enticed, helpless and passive. Perhaps his image as a global and unattainable rock star is so cumbersome that it is impossible to think of him dying, attacked and defeated by cancer at 69.


Nostradamus seems to have predicted many things that later came true. The well-known French astrologer, known throughout the world and famous for his prophecies, which for years have been analyzed and interpreted by astrologers in order to predict the contemporary future, wrote a book with predictions for many years to come, and here is what could be happen in 2022.

In the six quatrains concerning the coming year, the experts interpreted various scenarios. In the first it reads "Of blood and hunger greater calamity / Seven times ready for the marine beach / Monech of hunger, place taken, imprisonment". Therefore, wars and armed conflicts in the world will probably only increase hunger and increase migratory flows. Specifically, Nostradamus refers to the beaches, to say that seven times more migrants will arrive on the beaches of Europe than normal.
Another prophecy for 2022, announced by Nostradamus, concerns the European Union and was expressed with these words:

"The sacred temples of the early Roman style / They will reject the foundations of the Goddess".

The reference of this prophecy for 2022 is aimed at a possible fall of the European Union, which has its origin in the Treaty of Rome, ratified in 1957. Therefore, according to the astrologer's predictions, Brexit would be the event that anticipates the collapse of the EU, expected for 2022.
The quatrains of Nostradamus are imbued with religious concepts, with very positive prophecies about the future of humanity and even references to Padre Pio.
As an example we cite the Prophecy / Dedication to Padre Pio, the Saint and Prophet of the Gargano who loves the sick, indicated in C. IX Q. 62 with the anagram of "OPPI" (for transposition P. Pio) ".

There are in fact other Prophecies, unrelated to catastrophes, wars, conflicts, epidemics and mournful facts, which demonstrate Nostradamus' profound "profession of faith". In fact, the Word of God appears in one of his prophetic compositions.

The Word / Verb is what gives existence to Man, because Man lives by the word, the word is Light in every man.

In fact in C. III Q. 2


The Yanomami of Brazil and Venezuela are one of the largest relatively isolated tribes in South America. Their territory extends for 9.6 million hectares in Brazil and 8.2 million hectares in Venezuela. Their land was demarcated following a long campaign led by Yanomami spokesman Davi Kopenawa, the global indigenous rights movement Survival and the NGO Pro Yanomami Commission.

Today, however, the Yanomami still face many problems: hundreds of miners, mostly in Venezuela, work illegally on their lands, while settlers and farmers have invaded the outer border of Yanomami territory in Brazil. The invaders transmit deadly diseases such as malaria to the tribe. Uncontacted members are particularly vulnerable to diseases brought from outside: following contact, in the past, entire isolated peoples were quickly killed by viruses.

The Yanomami are the best conservationists in their Amazon forest area, which on the Venezuelan side of the border is the second largest biosphere in the world; today, however, their territory is deforested and polluted with mercury.

In addition, the Brazilian Congress is currently debating a bill that, if passed, will open indigenous territories, such as Yanomami, to large-scale mining.


The Amazon region is home to the largest rainforest in the world and the richest river system. The Amazon River collects nearly 20 percent of the fresh water found on Earth, while the forest conditions and regulates the climate of the entire planet. 
The rainforest stores 90 to 140 billion tons of CO2, and its continued destruction causes huge quantities of this substance to be released into the atmosphere, with catastrophic consequences for the environment.
If today in the tourist maps of Peru we find the Yaguas National Park reported, it is also thanks to Liz Chicaje Churay, a Peruvian activist of the Bora people who for years fought so that this slice of the Amazon forest on the border with Colombia was protected from poachers. by illegal loggers and miners. Supported by her indigenous community, this 38-year-old woman had the courage, despite years of threats, to oppose the exploitation of these lands that the local population considers sacred, eventually gaining political support for the area to be declared a national park.


We are on the verge of madness, but hordes of New Age spiritualists continue to chatter about instant survival techniques through non-attachment. The queen pearl is: move away from negative energies. They turn to people who usually can't even manage themselves, but they go to teach them a false shortcut.

When you walk away without observing your actions, your emotions, all your inner baggage that makes you feel bad about a situation, you are just practicing detachment, which has nothing to do with non-attachment.

So before believing in Buddhahood on You Tube, at least open yourself up to what the words evoke.

- Detachment = I distance myself from things and people who dominate and control me (negative). That is, you distance yourself from them, but you carry all your criticalities with you, therefore you do not distance yourself at all, but you replicate them because on an energetic level you continue to be linked to them.

- Non-attachment = things and people no longer have the power to dominate me, nor to control me (positive). That is, you learn to observe yourself and you do not delegate to others the power to hurt you, you walk away in perfect awareness of what your role and theirs is, you do not remain tied to them.


Bob Kennedy's third son, who was killed in 1968 during the race for the White House, will participate in a demonstration at the Arch of Peace with his Children's Health Defense association. His new book will be released on November 16th. The older brothers have long since dissociated themselves from his positions recalling the history of the family "as advocates of public health and promoters of immunization campaigns to bring life-saving vaccines to the poorest and most remote corners of America and the world".

Kennedy jr says:

"They have targeted our children with this vaccination program which is a criminal enterprise against the little ones - explains Kennedy jr. - We have to stop them, we have to rebel and we have to do it for our children "



I don't want to advertise a site that allows women, and a few men, to sell nude photos or parts of themselves that are paid a lot of money by followers.
I learned about this online prostitution a short time ago and I learned of really huge amounts that are obtained from this commodification of the human body. I was shocked because once again it is sex that makes money. Sex is required by many men. It is the men who buy those photos, it is they who demand to see more and more. to see certain poses, certain parts of the body. So there are many girls, even very young ones, who sell photos of this type. So what is the use of female independence if the female body is still sold to earn money? Sure, these girls aren't on the streets, they're not in danger, but they're on a screen, and men continue to use them for their pleasure. Girls who should have understood that life is not only made of beautiful clothes and jewelry but who demonstrate that they have a brain deviated from this society that does its utmost to make you think that earning money with sex is now a normal thing and who does not do it is considered stupid. You who speak of God here, maybe your daughters are selling themselves and you don't know it. There are a lot of schoolgirls selling photos, even mothers, young boys. It is something that I think is really harmful to the image of the woman and yet men continue to be and always want the same things from a woman, that is, her body and that's it.

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