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Vaccine victims in Italy call for parliamentary investigation
COVID

Vaccine victims in Italy call for parliamentary investigation

For the first time in Italy, the Committee representing 1,800 victims of the anti-Covid vaccine has met and is now calling for a parliamentary investigation committee to inquire into vaccine damage. Considerable evidence from doctors, journalists, and many injured people at the congress is causing the wall of silence to crumble. Dr De Maria and Dr Venezia: "Long Covid and adverse reactions, there is a common thread"; Dr Donzelli: "The protection of the triple-vaccinated is already negative after six months, the unvaccinated are infected less than the vaccinated"; Dr Frajese: "There has been a numbing of consciences"; Dr Savini: "In my vaccinated patients +30% of pathologies”.


The anti-Russian “Holy War” is providing the West with justification for greater authoritarian tendencies
SCENARIOS

The anti-Russian “Holy War” is providing the West with justification for greater authoritarian tendencies

The war in Ukraine is yet another crisis following hot on the heels of the climate crisis and the pandemic: three ideological campaigns on a vast scale which share a common thread; that is the tendency towards a coercive restructuring of democratic societies by means of the employment of emergency powers, rendering their legitimacy beyond question. Also, the anticipation of a ‘piloted’ decline in population of those aforementioned societies.


The Bucha massacre and warmongering
UKRAINE CRISIS

The Bucha massacre and warmongering

If the desire for truth were the main issue, an independent international commission should be set up immediately to determine responsibility for the Bucha massacre. But the desire to use this episode to escalate the war and get Europe more involved seems to have gained the upper hand.


Italy, an open door to illegal immigrants. Cyprus, the Turkish "invasion" persists
FRONTEX REPORT

Italy, an open door to illegal immigrants. Cyprus, the Turkish "invasion" persists

The number of illegal immigrants landing in Italy is reaching record numbers. With Sunday's landing in Pozzallo, 4600 illegal immigrants have arrived in the country since the beginning of the year, 20 times more than those who arrived during the same period in 2019, at the time when Matteo Salvini was Interior Minister. They come mainly from Libya, but also from Tunisia and Turkey. The phenomenon is also on the rise in Cyprus, where migrants are illegally crossing the border of Northern Cyprus, the republic born from the Turkish invasion of 1974. The Cypriot government accuses Ankara of encouraging human trafficking.


Fact checking, opinion without facts
NEW CENSORSHIP

Fact checking, opinion without facts

"Who controls the controllers?" It’s a question everyone should be asking themselves, especially at the moment when information is under strict surveillance including by Facebook's "independent" fact-checking.


Christmas forbidden, EU is heir to the French Revolution
POLITICALLY CORRECT

Christmas forbidden, EU is heir to the French Revolution

The European Union has made an about turn, on the (grotesque) document banning the use of the word Christmas or overly Christian names. But it won’t be long before secularism strikes back, being the fundament of an EU that has denied its Christian roots and the project of its founding fathers. The truth is that today's EU, diversified and inclusive, is reminiscent of communist ideology. And, unfortunately, the anti-Christian anthropological transformation goes far beyond Europe.


It’s time for the Church to consider  the 'deep state' exists
NEW SCENARIOS

It’s time for the Church to consider the 'deep state' exists

At a time, when it is becoming increasingly evident that an international “deep state” is piloting governments and various emergencies, the support for global governance by many in the Church appears naive. Instead, this reality of intertwining interests and objectives hidden from public view deserves serious consideration.


Poland defends Europe’s borders, the EU cuts its funds
BRUSSELS

Poland defends Europe’s borders, the EU cuts its funds

Europe is taking advantage of the crisis at its borders and intends to starve Warsaw. Belarus is deliberately pushing immigrants to Eastern European borders, especially Poland’s, in retaliation against EU sanctions. Therefore, Poland is serving the interests of all members of the Union. Just two days ago, the European Parliament’s major parties sent the Commission a request to suspend the Recovery Plan, essential for the reconstruction of the Polish economy post Covid. The same reason is always given, the reform of the judiciary which, according to the European parties, "violates the rule of law". Hungary is next on the list.


Wave of immigrants from Belarus, exposes EU hypocrisy
IMMIGRATION

Wave of immigrants from Belarus, exposes EU hypocrisy

The wave of emigrants from Belarus pressing at Poland's borders is rightly described by EU leaders as a destabilising move. Lukashenko uses the "weapon of mass migration" to obtain the withdrawal of sanctions. But the same attitude has never been taken when Italy was in the same predicament.


Socialism of the privileged
NEW SCENARIOS

Socialism of the privileged

How did it happen that the left has become, in the last twenty years, the 'party' of the privileged, the elite, the establishment? It is an undeniable and international phenomenon. And it is much more aggressive than its predecessors in repressing dissent. It now also includes the right-wing, in an "Inclusive" Social Democracy, or ISD.


Yes, England comes in first. In political correct-speak
AFTER THE EUROPEAN FOOTBALL CHAMPONSHIP

Yes, England comes in first. In political correct-speak

The open letter written by the English coach Southgate on the eve of the European Football Championship is a hymn to the ideology of inclusiveness and egalitarianism, the true idols of the contemporary West. Southgate, like many others, is an unwitting instrument of the euthanasia-like  process pursuing death at the request of his own Christian identity.


Northern Ireland, the legacy of Bobby Sands
TROUBLES

Northern Ireland, the legacy of Bobby Sands

Bobby Sands, a young Irish Catholic that joined the IRA in 1972, died as a hunger-striker just 40 years ago protesting against Britains rule in Northern Ireland. Also pope John Paul II tried unsuccessfully to intervene to end the hunger strike.