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27 February 2022
The strength you need (if it's not too late)
Angela Merkel knows better than anyone else the reality of the East, she has always been in dialogue with Putin and has the necessary authority to represent Europe, which today is struggling to find a face, in an extreme attempt at mediation. If there is still time to stop the war. But perhaps there is time to contain the damage.
War is the absolute absurd, and it is proving it again, plunging us into aphasia. Words seem to lose their meaning when brutality is deployed as in these hours. Among the most sensible ones, clinging to reality, are those of a Ukrainian woman to a young Russian soldier: 'Take these sunflower seeds, put them in your pocket. When you die, flowers will grow. It resembles what Etty Hillesum left us saying: 'To flower and bear fruit in whatever soil one is planted - not [...]
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13 July 2021
Matic Report: Europe pushes for gender identity
Overriding the sovereignty of member states, the European Parliament is producing indications on sexual and reproductive health: self-id, male motherhood, uterus for rent, assisted fertilisation for all, hormones for children, uterus for rent. The hand of Big Tech on our lives, for an anthropological mutation of the human being
Under the theme of women's health, the EU voted on the Matic Report at the 23 June plenary of the European Parliament on the state of sexual and reproductive health and rights. Women's health: but the words "women" and "sex" were replaced with gender. The Matic Report produces indications to be followed by the member states, indications that represent precise guidelines and constitute an interference with the jurisdiction of individual states on the management of national health systems or policy choices [...]
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27 March 2021
'Prey: immigration, Islam and the erosion of women's rights', the latest book by Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Few women in the world are at the centre of so much hostility and accusations of hypocrisy as Ayaan Hirsi Ali. She denounces Islam for its absolutism and intolerance, discrediting the religion of over a billion people by calling it a 'nihilistic death cult'. Her story perhaps makes her antagonism understandable: she was forced to undergo genital mutilation as a child in Somalia, fled to the Netherlands to escape an arranged marriage and as an adult saw the [...]
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