Tuesday, June 30, 2009

The invaders leave Iraq: now life begins

Stories and News No. 48

The Story:

Today is a great day for Iraq.
Today is a great day for me too. Especially for me.

I am six years old and I was born the 20th of March, in 2003, exactly the day when the invaders came to my country.
With airplanes...

With tanks...

And with soldiers...

Many have died... People I care, a lot who I did not know, too many I will never do...

Dad is no more here and mom always cries when he says is a real injustice that I was born with the war and I lived my first years on the smell of bombs and the dead, between the cries of pain and anger.
She is probably right, but today is not the day of sorrow or anger.
The moment of joy is finally here and I have never been so happy in my life.
Because now in place of the explosions there is music in the streets.
Some people sing...

Some play because they can...

And others do just because they are happy...

Some people smile, even if they had forgotten how...

And others has found a reason to leave their house that is not escape...

But everyone is celebrating for the same reason: the invaders go away.

I was born in 2003, the 20th of March.
I am a son of war, but today another life begins...

The News:

Iraqis welcome withdrawal of US troops
Iraq turns another page in its recent history today as US forces hand over to their Iraqi counterparts in towns and cities.
Just one of many ceremonies: a US general in charge of Baghdad handed over a giant symbolic key to the Defence Ministry to his Iraqi opposite number.
There are lingering doubts the Iraqi armed forces will be able to maintain law and order as they stand on their own for the first time.
Nevertheless, it’s a time for general celebration that the occupation of foreign forces is at last coming to an end.
On the Tigris River in Baghdad much national pride was evident.
Well known Iraqi singers serenaded fans with patriotic songs, as Iraq enters a new era mixed with much hope that peace will ultimately return to a land which has seen so much bloodshed.

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Friday, June 26, 2009

To Michael Jackson: I want to remember him like that, when he was still black

I want to remember him like that.
When he was still black.
When news about him spoke only of his incredible style of dancing and his intense voice.
When he seemed to be a happy man...

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Are Palestinians animals?

Stories and News No. 47:

The Story:

I am not an animal.

I am not an animal, because I make dreams I never forget.

I am not an animal, because I suffer just like you.

I am not an animal, because I love playing with the sea, dressed too.

I am not an animal, because I wish so much to survive the death.

I am not an animal, because I can’t stop crying for my destroyed house.

I am not an animal, because I need answers when I am victim of an injustice.

I am not an animal, because when someone hurts me it is hard for me to forgive.

I am not an animal, because I am especially afraid of my similar ones.

I am not an animal, nor are you...

PS: Maybe someone will say that I am anti-Semitic...

The News:

Carter says Gaza Palestinians treated like animals
GAZA, June 16 (Reuters) - Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are being "treated more like animals than human beings", former U.S. president Jimmy Carter said on Tuesday.
On a visit to the enclave, he condemned Israel's January bombardment of Gaza and its continuing trade blockade, which he said forbids even children's toys.
"I understand that even paper and crayons are treated as a security hazard," he told Gazans at a local United Nations office. "I sought an explanation of this when I met with Israeli officials and I received none, because there is no explanation."
Carter, 84, has spent far more years as a human rights activist than he did in the White House from 1977 to 1981. He is easily the most outspoken former U.S. president on the Middle East conflict, and seen by many Israelis as a harsh critic.
He ignored a U.S. government ban on dealings with Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas and had talks with its leaders.
Israel tightened a blockade on Gaza in 2007 when Hamas took control after routing rival Fatah forces loyal to President Mahmoud Abbas, who favours a peace deal with Israel. In late December, Israeli forces bombed then invaded Gaza, devastating its already battered infrastructure.
Since then, Israel has blocked imports of steel, cement and other goods to the population of 1.5 million Palestinians, saying Hamas could use many items for military purposes.
Carter, a Democrat, said he had seen for himself there had been almost no reconstruction in Gaza over the past five months.
"Never before in history has a large community like this been savaged by bombs and missiles and then been deprived of the means to repair itself," he said.

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Monday, June 15, 2009

Berlusconi with Obama and Bush: Meetings comparison

Stories and News No.46:

The Story:

In October 2008 Berlusconi met George W. Bush.
15 June 2009, the Italian premier has another appointment with the President of the United States, which in the meantime is new: Barack Obama.
Last year, Silvio has arrived in
America the evening before the three days meeting, to stay in the famous Blair House, the official residence of the White House guests, the very important guests:

Yesterday evening, after his arrival in the States, Berlo was accompanied where he will remain during his short one day trip. It is the Cloak Motel and here is a snapshot of the bedroom:

In 2008, before the leaders briefing, Berlo was received with honors and a great ceremony on the terrace of the White House:

No earlier than this late afternoon, Berlo will be leaded to the entrance where he will access to the White House:

On his last official meeting before the end of the mandate, Bush received his friend Silvio in the famous Oval room, making him sit on a soft armchair:

The meeting room where Berlo will wait Obama is a space often used by the White House butler:

At the end of his U.S. trip in 2008, the Italian premier had the privilege to celebrate his visit with an elegant dinner culminated with a friendly toast with President Bush:

Berlo and his entourage, before leaving the States, will have the chance to spend a wonderful meal ticket in a snack bar:

Despite what Silvio says, the relations between USA and Italy has changed...

The News:

Berlusconi to meet Obama ahead of summit in Italy
WASHINGTON (AP) — Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi's meeting Monday with President Barack Obama offers the Italian leader a chance to rehabilitate his international reputation after a scandal over his link to an 18-year-old model and ahead of a major summit he is hosting next month. Obama is looking for common ground on boosting the troubled economy, and the two leaders are likely to discuss the differing approaches of the U.S. and most of Europe — a topic that will feature prominently at the July summit of the Group of Eight leading industrial nations in L'Aquila, the Apennine mountain town that was devastated by an earthquake this spring. "I think (Obama) will want to encourage as much conversation and public statements as possible about strong U.S.-European cooperation to ensure quick recovery of the economy," said Heather Conley, director of the Center for Strategic and International Studies' Europe Program. The leaders offer a striking contrast: Berlusconi, a media mogul and one of Italy's richest men, has been plagued by criminal trials, conflict-of-interest accusations, tawdry scandals and headline-making gaffes that have drawn scorn from other countries but have done little to lower his high popularity rating at home. Among other unguarded comments, Berlusconi made headlines shortly after the U.S. presidential election when he said Obama is "young, he's handsome and he even has a good tan." Obama, on the other hand, is a young, dynamic president with a squeaky-clean family image and a reputation for phenomenal self-control — hence his nickname, "No Drama Obama." He is much admired abroad, especially in Western Europe. The meeting is important for Berlusconi, who is seeking to establish a personal relationship with the young, popular president akin to the one he had with Obama's predecessor, George W. Bush.

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Friday, June 12, 2009

The day Gaddafi met Italian women in Rome

In the picture: Gaddafi and Minister Mara Carfagna

Stories and News No. 45

The Story:

Friday, the 12th of June, the third day of Italian appointments for Gaddafi arrived.
The most important was the meeting with the Minister of Equal Opportunities and more than hundred of other women.
They are famous ladies, representative of Italian business, political and cultural Italian
Representatives, spokespersons, testimonials of one or more people.
However, as often happens in my country, when ambassadors of many arrive at the important moments, they consider one single priority: their businesses.
Thus, since the Libyan leader entered the room, the only thing they think was the one that personally affected, that touch their interests, their being women.
Yet, even in that time, they were represented by someone else.
It is today the most practiced game in
Italy: I represent you that represent him that represents someone that should represent someone else but he does not remember who...
That honor was to the Equal Opportunities Minister: Mara Carfagna.

It was not easy her government commitment, up to now and she knows it.
Many spoke about her. There were also allusions and insinuations of extreme vulgarity, but she has overcome them all.
However, also Mrs Carfagna, when she was behind the warm and rude General, she felt a thrill that made her label everything in her mind.
Consequently, as a hormonal wave, all the ladies were hit by that unstoppable energy.
The temperature goes up one degree and the security guards noticed it.
Some of them began to have an erection but they didn’t notice it.
Usual male attitude: instinctive and distracted.
The new African friend of Italians began his speech and the thrill transformed it into a hint of a huge, overwhelming and collective orgasm.
It was not what he said that penetrated them, but the tone of his voice did.
His words are old; dating back to 2003 and in other times, woman with a minimum of self respect should be angry about them.
Nevertheless, words should be heard by belly, read together with the emotions and feelings hidden in them, but we have to consider their syntax and semantics too, and then engraved in our memory if they have an important role in our present life and especially future.
Italy, unfortunately, women or men, it makes no difference, more powerful they are and less reminiscent of what was said the day before they become…
"The woman," Gaddafi said while the first enjoyment cry raised from the small crowd, "must be trained to fight inside the houses, to prepare an explosive belt, to explode along with enemy soldiers."
The security guards began to realize what was happening and finally became aware of their irrepressible excitement.
Other typical male attitude: they arrive early or when it is too late…
"We need to train women to have explosives in cars and make them burst in the midst of enemies," the General said, "to explode the houses to make them collapse on the enemy soldiers."
Minister Carfagna had her face recovered of hot and cold sweat at the same time.
On one hand she looked the shocking orgasmic flood that was growing inside the significant women and at the same she envied their freedom.
For once, she would have returned to be just a showgirl
Meanwhile, the Libyan leader, the dictator who slapped the United States using an italian glove, concluded his speech: "We must teach the women to undermine closets, bags, shoes, toys for children, so that they blow up on the enemy soldiers…"
What happened immediately after is prohibited
to minors.
Noemi and Villa Certosa parties, confronted to those moments, are just fairy tales…
However, what we have is just this story: words and nothing more.
Words to remember or forget in a moment, as if all had never happened…

The News:

Gaddafi and his date with 700 Italian women

So many questions. How did Silvio Berlusconi and Colonel Gaddafi become friends in the first place? Even more pressingly, how did Muammar Gaddafi - expeller of Libyan Italians, aggressive-wearer of sandals, unelected thug, deployer of hit squads, scourge of civil rights - how did this man come to refashion himself as a great friend to the females of Europe?

The highlight of Gaddafi's trip to Rome is a meeting, personally requested by the Libyan leader, with 700 women from the worlds of "politics, industry and culture". So Berlusconi got down his Bumper Catalogue of Hot Stuff, got rid of any that were over 25, discarded those with a loud voice or body hair, and whittled down the rest by ballot until he got to 1,000, whereupon the disappointed remainder that didn't get to meet Muammar were given a senior post in his cabinet or a mini-break in his fancy villa with the pools and the elephants.

Before we start thinking this is just a pact of weirdness between two profoundly weird men, it is not the first time Gaddafi has extended the hand of friendship to the ladies of Europa (I do not mean the convenience store chain; I am romanticising the continent, trying to get into the mind of the mighty dictator). Two years ago in Paris, he met 1,000 French women. His message was clear: he wanted to "save European women".

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Kakà is a Real Madrid player: letter from an Italian supporter

Stories and News N. 44:

The Story:

Dear Ricardo Kakà,
my name is Salvatore and I write you from
Yes, I am neapolitan, but I am a
Milan supporter, as many here in town.
I cannot say anything about the others, but I am fan of your team since I was a child, when my dad worked in the north, in
I still remember the first time he took me to the stadium to see Rivera.
What a champion. Yes he really was...
When I start to watch your press conference from
Madrid I remember your entire career at Milan.
You came in the summer of 2003, the summer where the ‘communist’ Milanese judges stated the reasons for the sentence that condemned Cesare Previti, on the case Imi-Sir/Lodo Mondadori: “Great corruption, the most serious in the history of
Italy”, they said.
My wife told me: “Hey, now they arrest Berlusconi too...”
But I was calm. I knew that our president has seven lives as a mouse. Or it was a goat? However, let’s return to the point.
While you were speaking from TV, saying that the soap opera is over, I revised in my head your early days with our team...
Your first match was the in September of 2003, in
Ancona. Milan won 2 to 0. I was there, of course. I cannot often come to Milan, but when my heart team goes down a little bit, I go up the same and I can see my hero playing.
From the screen you were saying that “It could have been done in the past...” but you “had always said no”, so I reminded your goals.
The first year they were ten and
Milan was Italy champion. The second you did seven goals, one of them was the penalty in the Champions league final where Milan lost to the Turks.
The summer of 2005 I remember the terrorist attack in London.
My wife told me: "Salvatore, I am afraid... now they will attack us too!"
But I was still quiet. I knew that if we ever had voted for our president, nothing bad would have happened to us.
The 13th of September 2005 you did a fantastic goal in Champions league. I registered and occasionally I see it again. It is normal, I am a fan…
Meanwhile, in the conference you said that you have a great debt to
Milan, saying that when you came to our team, no one knew you. At the same time my memory stopped in the best moments of your story with us: the semi-final with Manchester in Champions, where you did two goals and that wonderful one the return match. Then the final on May 23 of 2007 arrived. In the precedent days I came with my wife in Rome for the “Family day”, as our President asked.
Before leaving
Naples my wife told me: “Salvatore, but what are we doing with this 'family day’? You are divorced and we are not married too…"
But I was always quiet. I know that even our president has two wives. It is typical in people with a great heart…
In that year
Milan won the Champions league, the Intercontinental Cup and you was awarded with the Golden Ball.
So, in your honor, my wife and I named our second son Ricardo. We call him in the Italian way, with two c, Riccardo or Riccardino. But on the document is written Ricardo. Think that I wanted to name him Kakà, but my wife stopped me…

However, the train of my memories finished when you said these things: "The world is experiencing a major economic crisis that has affected businesses and the Milan is a football business too. I spoke with senior Milanese management and we came to the conclusion that the best thing for all was my transfer. The money that will come from my sold will help the company to overcome this moment of difficulty and to build a future even more important."
You will always be a phenomenal soccer player, but as a man...
Did you speak about crisis? But what do you know about the crisis? It is more than a year that I am unemployed and I don’t know what to do to bring some food to my table.
The best thing was my transfer?! For all?! Maybe for you… For your wife… For Real
Madrid fans… For the president’s cash!
Ricardo, I talk to you as if I were your father. You said that
Milan helped you to become a player of international level, a winner of a lot of prizes.
Milan, Ricardo, the fans did. People like me did, supporters that come to Milan from South Italy, from Campania, Calabria, Sicily and give their money to stadium and pay TVs!
We are the Milan!
My wife told me: “Salvatore, Riccardino is crying... go to him with milk that I have to go to work...”
Do you believe me, Kakà? At that time I ended to stay calm, I changed the channel and I heard our president Berlusconi saying that if Pdl lost votes was your fault

Well, in that moment I started to think that I never understood anything, of soccer and life…

PS: I belong to Jesus, you said? Are you serious?!


The News

Kakà: 'I left to help Milan'

"I did not go away because I wanted to, but to help Milan". Kakà said goodbye to Italy and the rossoneri. The new purchase of Real Madrid said in a press conference in Brazil: "The economic crisis has also hit football, the money for my transfer can help the club to overcome this difficult time and to build an even more important future. I know that the fans are sad. They are crying, I’m crying. I owe everything to Milan; it brought me to Europe, building a football project and helped me to become the number one in the world with the conquest of the golden ball. I had an excellent relationship with Berlusconi and with Galliani there has always been clarity and honesty, in January we decided together to reject the bid of Manchester City. The professional relationship with the club is finished, but the sentimental one will remain forever. I leave many friends like Gattuso, Nesta, Seedorf and Ronaldinho. Some of them have helped me to become Kakà. My legacy goes to Pato, is the right man for the present and the future. Leonardo will be a great coach. I hope Milan wins the scudetto and everything else, except the Champions which I will try to win with Real".
"I am going to a legendary club - Kakà continues - When the possibility of going to Real was proposed I accepted immediately. The president Florentino Perez has shown me an ambitious project, this is a good challenge. I know that when I arrived at
Milan nobody asked me the moon, but now I have to do something special and help win something important. I signed a contract for six years, so I have time to enter the history of this club and perhaps to win the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.

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Monday, June 8, 2009

European Elections: citizens say no to Europe…

…or to politicians?

Stories and News No. 43:

The Story*:

Once upon a time there was the European Parliament.
Like the other institutions, it was not designed in its current form when it first met on 10 September 1952. One of the oldest common institutions, it began as the "Common Assembly" of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC). It was a consultative assembly of 78 parliamentarians drawn from the national parliaments of member states, having no legislative powers.
The Parliament had been gaining more powers from successive treaties, namely through the extension of codecision procedure, and in 1999, the Parliament forced the resignation of the Santer Commission.
n 2004, following the largest trans-national election in history, despite the European Council choosing a President from the largest political group (the EPP), the Parliament again exerted pressure on the Commission. During the Parliament's hearings of the proposed Commissioners MEPs raised doubts about some nominees with the Civil liberties committee rejecting Rocco Buttiglione from the post of Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security over his views on homosexuality. That was the first time the Parliament had ever voted against an incoming Commissioner and despite Barroso's insistence upon Buttiglione the Parliament forced Buttiglione to be withdrawn.

Uniting so many countries and many peoples into one great nation was a nice idea, moreover basing it on respect for human rights and work for a better coexistence.
However, unfortunately, people are almost never up to their ideas...

*Free adaptation from Wikipedia

PS: This is the turnout chart of European elections since 1979:

Elections results:
1979: 61.99%
1984: 58.98%
1989: 58.41%
1994: 56.67%
1999: 49.51%
2004: 45.47%
2009: 43.09%

The News:

Center-right make gains amid EU vote apathy
LONDON, England (CNN) -- Voters endorsed parties of the center-right in elections for the 736 seats of the European Parliament in the midst of a record low turnout, officials figures showed on Monday.
Only 43 percent of the 375 million people eligible to vote in 27 countries visited the polls, according to European Parliament figures, continuing a fall in interest since elections for MEPs were first held 30 years ago.
Leading parties in Germany and France won seats by wide margins while even Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi's Freedom People's Party beat its main center-left rival despite a deep recession and allegations of sexual impropriety.
In the United Kingdom Prime Minister Gordon Brown's political survival hung in the balance as his ruling Labour Party suffered a devastating rout, being beaten into third place by the anti-Europe UK Independence Party (Ukip). The far-right, anti-immigrant British National Party also gained its first European seats.
The extent of the defeat for Labour could prompt rebels to launch a leadership challenge against the unpopular Brown. With most results from across the UK in, Labour had managed just 15 percent of the vote to Ukip's 17.5 percent.
Political contributor Robin Oakley told CNN the results were a devastating blow for Labour and would pile the pressure on Brown as he attempted to face down disaffected members of the parliamentary party on Monday night. Video Watch as attacks on Brown mount »
In Germany the political party of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the Christian Democrats, picked up 31 percent of the German vote, defeating the rival Social Democrats party, according to early returns posted on the EU Web site.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy's party, Union for a Popular Movement, got 28 percent of the French vote, fending off the Socialists Party, which brought in 16.8 percent, the EU reported.
And Italians ignored scandal, divorce action and an investigation into misuse of state resources, giving Berlusconi's ruling center-right party 35 percent of the vote. At 65 percent, turnout was the EU's highest.
Brussels enlisted MTV, the cable television channel, to try to boost turnout after only 40 percent of voters under age 25 cast ballots in 2004. Turnout among all voters was 48 percent that year, the European Union said.
Each country in the union set its own voting timetable with most going to the polls Sunday.
Voters from Bulgaria and Romania, which joined the European Union in 2007, participated for the first time.
In Spain, the main opposition conservative Popular Party won 42 percent of the vote and 23 seats, ahead of the ruling Socialists with 38.5 percent and 21 seats, according to the government's official tally. Six other seats will go to smaller parties.
Meanwhile, Greece's ruling conservative New Democracy party suffered a sharp setback with opposition socialists matching New Democracy's eight seats, with 36 percent of the vote. Sunday's election, seen as a litmus test for conservative Prime Minister Kostas Karamanlis, comes at a time of political and economic uncertainty with the economy shrinking and the country staring at a recession after nearly 15 years of high-profile growth.
The powers of the European Parliament -- the European Union's main legislative assembly -- have increased significantly since it was established in 1979, with the parliament often shaping legislation, which is passed down to national parliaments for ratification at member state level.
But there were fears that this year's contest could be hijacked by extremist parties taking advantage of low turnout across member states.

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Saturday, June 6, 2009

Berlusconi sues El Pais: the answer of the newspaper’s lawyer

Stories and News No. 42:

The Story:

El Pais’ lawyer replies with this letter to the lawsuit against his client by Niccolò Ghedini, Berlusconi’s legal representative:

Mister Ghedini,

Writing this letter was very hard to me, because when someone told me you would have brought a lawsuit against my client I remained with no words to say.
I couldn’t believe to my ears…
How is it possible?
How does your country permit this hypocrisy?
How may some people so rich of history and culture accept such ridicule farce?
In theatre you are famous in the world for the farce, thanks to writers as Pirandello, Eduardo De Filippo and Carlo Goldoni, an elegant, intelligent and noble farce.
How can Italians tolerate this puerile setting?
Is it clear what I am saying?
I am talking about last three months, full of news of parties, presents to minors, divorces, family quarrels through magazines and so many gaffes around the world…
Your boss has no shame of anything.
In the last fifteen years the press have publicized everything is possible on him, often a way to make him more important than what he really is…
And now? Just for three innocent pictures, how your principal said, you bring a lawsuit against El Pais?
However I know the real reason for this reaction: because in the photo we have a naked man with is dong!
While your pictures show beautiful girls with great tits, it is okay; it is a ‘macho’ thing…
But when everybody see a big dick everything changes, isn’t it?
By the way, how can you vaunt with friends about it?
If the cock is not yours…

Lawyer Ernesto de Penis

The News:

Berlusconi to sue on villa photos: Premier will take Spanish daily to court
(ANSA) - Milan, June 5 - Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi is to sue a Spanish daily which published paparazzi photos of guests at his Sardinian villa.
Berlusconi's lawyer Niccolò Ghedini told ANSA on the phone that he and his client had instructed a Spanish lawyer to sue leading Spanish daily El Pais for breach of privacy.
The premier told Italian radio the pictures - which included snaps of topless women showering and a naked man about to jump into a pool - were ''innocent''.
''I'm not afraid, they're innocent photos,'' Berlusconi said after the photos appeared in the print and online editions of El Pais under the caption The Snaps Berlusconi Doesn't Want Italy To See. ''The photos show people bathing in a Jacuzzi inside a private house used by guests,'' he stressed.
Asked why the women were topless, Berlusconi asked his interviewer: ''Why, do you have showers in your clothes?'' The premier said it was ''scandalous'' that the photos had been taken while he was hosting a Czech delegation in another part of the sprawling villa.
''The right to privacy must be upheld, especially in the presence of prestigious guests,'' he said.
Last weekend the premier successfully obtained a court order to have the photos seized in Italy to prevent their publication.
Berlusconi also said he was sure the photos would not hurt his chances with the Catholic vote in this weekend's European Parliament elections, where all polls show he has a big lead over his centre-left opponents.
''If there has been any government close to Catholics it has been this one,'' said the premier, whose image as upholder of family values has also been hit by insinuations about a friendship with an 18-year-old aspiring model over which his wife has asked for a divorce. Berlusconi added that an unidentified Vatican official ''described relations between the government and the Holy See as better than with previous governments''.
Berlusconi, 72, has been dragged into a media storm over his private life ahead of this weekend's European Parliament elections.

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Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Air France crash: it was a terrorist attack!

Stories and News No. 41:

The Story:

Dear friends, my daughters and sons, here I am.
You, who one day will come all to me, without exception, you, who continually evoke me, you, who never miss the opportunity to sing hymns and say prayers in my behalf, instead of celebrating every moment what life means, you want an answer and I'm here to satisfy you.
I have to help you; I must do it for all the attention that you give me.
I am always in the middle of your news, including television and print media.
I am the cause of your biggest fears, but at the same time you adore me, because more or less consciously you cultivated the resulting anguish as the farmer does with his more valuable land or as an introvert lover takes care of his secret passion.
Extraordinary people pass undisturbed through your life, and yet you remember them only after my entry into the scene.
I am the only light that can open your eyes to what is beautiful and the solitary voice able to move your head to what deserves your attention.
And what can I say of your religions? You manifested them as the most absurd paradox: those who say have faith in my defeat are obsessed by all that regards me, while those who declare to be atheist ignore me, like we do with an uncomfortable relative.
However, I am not here to scold or to preach.
As you well know, I do not have any morals, I am perfectly fair.
I am the latest in the world that can criticize your behaviour because thanks to you I feel every day like a star, as a movie diva, ever on the lips of all and also in their dreams.
Those dreams hide nightmares, but the substance does not change.
This is the reason why today I would like to return the favour.
I am a mystery without a solution to you, I cannot do anything, and these are the rules.
Nevertheless, I have the power to answer other questions that got the place of the lives no longer among you.
I know what you are looking for...
So you have finally found the remaining parts of the Air bus.
I know that you were impressed by the disappearance of the plane.
I know that the news about the number of victims, 228, was a shock to you, but I also know that this is nothing compared to the questions that the disaster created in you.
One over all: it was a lightning bolt or a terrorist attack?
Relax yourself.
You will not find the black box because I have it.
To be honest, I have two.
In one there is the evidence that the lightning was responsible of the incident, a natural event, an unpredictable randomness.
In the second, on the contrary, the case is innocent: an Islamic attack is to blame.
The choice is yours.
Take the box you like, choose the answer that calms you more...

The Death

The News:

On Air France Flight AF447, was Terrorism Involved?
Debris found floating in the Atlantic north of the Brazil may be part of what remains of missing Air France Flight AF447, which disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean early Monday morning. According to Agence France-Presse, Brazilian officials reported that air force aircraft spotted what looked like debris from a plane but could not confirm with certainty. A Brazilian air force spokesman said that an aircraft seat was seen in the debris. However, something from the debris must be retrieved and matched with the missing Airbus A330 to get a positive identification.
Air France Flight AF447 left Rio de Janeiro at 6 p.m. Sunday evening on an 11-hour flight to Paris, France. About four hours into their journey, pilots radioed that they were experiencing turbulence. Fifteen minutes later, an automatic signal was received from the plane that it was experiencing electrical problems. No distress signal was received.

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