May the 1st, Moonbats Strike Again

May 1, 2008

They may no longer sit in the Italian Parliament, but communists still exist in Italy and they don’t lose any occasion to show their hatred and contempt to civilization and democratic values represented by the very same US and Israel whose flags they’re burning.

Below are just a few of the sad images of lefto-fascists and members of the so-called “Free Palestine Association”, doing their usual dirty work. This time, they were in Turin, where the Book Fair is being held and the honor guest this year is Israel. Moonbats and Islamists called to ‘boycott’ the fair because of that.


Did Italians really deserve American blood?

April 29, 2008

My article at Human Events: Celebration in Italy Sparks Liberal Protest

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Alternative Italiane

April 25, 2008

Da una parte abbiamo una sinistra che si incontra con i dittatori latinoamericani comunisti, dall’altra un Berlusconi che si proclama liberale, ma poi non esita ad incontrarsi col suo migliore amico, il macellaio comunista Putin, tanto per cambiare. Da un lato abbiamo un’inesperto scemo quale Rutelli, dall’altra un fascista anti-semita come Alemanno. Non capisco come ci possano essere persone che si proclamino liberali ma che poi invitano a votare il fascista contro lo scemotto Rutelli. Queste sono le (stesse identiche) facce della politica italiana, dalla quale mi sono volentieri tirata fuori, e contro la quale invito i pochi liberali ancora esistenti a farsi sentire non andando a votare.


Italian Elections: Why Nothing Is Gonna Change

April 14, 2008

Italian pundit Federico Punzi (not at all a leftist) explains why we should not expect any sort of radical reform of the Italian political, economic and social system, no matter who wins, and why I was right to stay away of the ballots. As of this writing, it looks like Berlusconi is leading 47% to 37%.

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Wonders of Universal Healthcare – Part I

January 6, 2008

One year ago, o journalist for the leftist magazine “L’Espresso” filed a report about the third-world status of a public hospital in Rome. After dozens of promises, the reporter found out that, a year later, nothing has changed. And probably nothing will anytime soon. The article is in Italian, but the images and video pretty much speak by themselves. And, journalists often report about similar hospitals all over Italy. And current Health Minister said ‘we need to defend our public health system’, during a press conference recommending teachers to have their students watch Mooron’s “Sicko”. 

Dog excrements


Close to emergency rooms..


Bathroom for patients..


Click here to watch the video.

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Italian Govt Bans Darfur Demonstration

December 19, 2007

A peaceful demonstration to remind about the ongoing genodice in Darfur. Italy is a long-time commercial partner of the Arab-Islamofascist regime of Khartoum.

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The Association of Darfur Refugees in Italy, the human rights movement “Italians for Darfur” and the Union of Young Italian Jews has been denied the right to demonstrate to call on the Italian government, which took over the presidency of the United Nations Security Council on december, to commit itself to unblock the impasse that prevents the deployment of a UN peace force of 26,000 troops in Darfur.
Authorization has been refused for a sit-in in front of the Italian Parliament to promote the request for intervention with respect to the Sudanese government responsible for the slowdown that has prevented the deployment of the peacekeeping force authorized by the UN resolution on August the 1st that should have been operative by the end of this month.
The committee for Darfur initiatives affirmed: “Despite being prevented from promoting peacefully and democratically our demands to the government with a demonstration, we won’t give up in our intention to urge the institutions to do more to prevent, in that region of Sudan, tormented for over four years, the continuous massacre of innocent victims”.
“To this end,” the note concludes, “we appeal to the Prime Minister, Romano Prodi to assume a strong stance towards the Sudanese government until it interrupts the obstructionism that is preventing the deployment of the peace-keeping force”.

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Vietata Manifestazione per il Darfur

December 19, 2007

Se si fosse trattato di manifestare a favore del terrorismo palestinese, l’autorizzazione l’avrebbero data. Ma chissenefrega di un popolo quale quello del Darfur, se i persecutori non sono israeliani od americani, ma arabo-islamisti, con i quali l’Italia fa affari da sempre..

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(ANSA) – ROMA, 14 DIC – Le associazioni e i movimenti che avevano chiesto di potere effettuare un sit-in davanti a Palazzo Chigi per sollecitare l’impegno del governo in favore delle popolazioni del Darfur con un comunicato congiunto hanno protestato contro la mancata autorizzazione alla manifestazione. Nel comunicato, l’Associazione dei rifugiati del Darfur in Italia, il movimento per i diritti umani ”Italians for Darfur” e l’Unione dei giovani ebrei italiani affermano che non e’ stata autorizzata la manifestazione con cui volevano chiedere al governo italiano ”che a dicembre ha assunto la presidenza del Consiglio di sicurezza dell’Onu, un impegno concreto per sbloccare l’empasse che impedisce il dispiegamento della forza di pace di 26mila Caschi blu in Darfur”.

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