Tag: Terrorism

The Manchester drama seen with the eyes of a journalist who wrote of IRA in the 70s

In his 1975 book about Irish nationalism the Parisian writer Maurice Goldring wrote about the void which can too easily be concealed behind the noise of battle. ‘To substitute a “spectacle” for the participation of the masses is to hide a wasteland behind gaudy coloured hoardings.  The emptier the political arena becomes, the more vivid the colours…

Who wants to destroy Europe ?

Worldwide, over 20,000 terawatters (a million of a million watts) of electricity are consumed annually, of which about 3,200 in Europe. The demand for energy is progressively increasing and those who have the chance to control this need also have the power over the peoples. On various scientific articles it was noted that, in order…

The Future of the French Electoral Clash

For the first time, the two historic parties in France, Republicans and Socialists, will not be present at the second round of the Presidential Elections. Emmanuel Macron of the brand new European movement “En Marche” and Marine Le Pen, of the Anti-European, and Philo-Russian “Front National” will compete for the run-off election on the 7th…

Besieged Europe

In the past months, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the “Caliph” of the Islamic State, has constantly urged to commit attacks in Europe, by any means, also explicitly mentioning the use of cars or trucks into the crowd. In the heart of Berlin, just as had happened in Nice on July 14, a truck has invested the…