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Labour Day Rap 2021 Video + Lyrics

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Italian Liberation Day 2021 Rap Video with Lyrics

April 25 April 25 for the Liberation of people that still does not feel like a nation...   Subscribe to Newsletter My last book: A morte i razzisti ( Death to racists )

Our worst enemy

Stories and News No. 1236 In our life we are often at war with something or someone. Such a conflict can go on for a long time, in a painful and even bloody way. However, this is often due not to the adversary's tenacity, but to the loss of sight of the fundamental element in any battle: the enemy. Who is the real enemy? Who is our enemy? Who is everyone's enemy? Forgetting this, any war is a gigantic waste of life and time. While the real enemy, our enemy, everyone's enemy, becomes even more difficult to defeat. So it happens that those who take to the streets to save their work find themselves at war against those who defend the lockdown, who ask for distance and closing. While the real enemy, our enemy, everyone's enemy was and still is a virus. It also happens that those who try to cross your borders to start a new life clash with those who are lining up to defend their homeland, more or less in danger. While the only enemy, the real one, the enemy of each peopl

Ursula Von Der Leyen Erdogan and the missing chair: the simplest story

Stories and News No. 1235 Once upon a time a German, a Belgian and a Turk . The fairy tale, or joke, could start like this. But I could also begin by saying: once upon a time a woman and two men . The story would not change. Because it hasn't changed so far and that's exactly the problem. The plot is simple and the story is short, very short, since it was narrated and consumed until the exhaustion of any listeners. Yet the ending is always the same: the seated men and the standing, appalled and understandably irritated woman, watching them once again. Because a lot of women are like that. They persist in not getting used to such scenarios and, in my humble opinion, they do more than good. However, our fairy tale, or joke, could have enjoyed many other developments, each of them preferable to the original. In one, the Belgian guy stands up and offers his seat to the woman, proving that gentlemen still exist, despite everything. In another, it is the Turk man who does the sa