Illegal immigration has had tragic outcomes not only across European borders and along the coasts, but also not far form London, in Essex. During a routine check policemen made a gruesome discovery; a truck from Bulgary containing 39 corpses. The driver was immediately arrested. The investigation (in collaboration with the authorities from the other countries … Leggi tutto A truck load of despair and pain
The public opinion is divided reguarding the Kurdish question. Some newspaper report that the intervention of the Kurdish army against the Kurds was necessary to restore peace and defend the civilians from ISIS. A lot of other newspapers declare that Turkey is committing crimes against humanity and in Europe they are considering the possibility of … Leggi tutto The Kurdish question
Almost everyone thought that the Nobel Prize would be awarded to Greta Thunberg. Surprisingly, instead the award created for people who have benefitted humanity, has gone to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. Abiy Ahmed is the youngest first head of Africa and he has initiated important reforms which give many citizens hope for a better … Leggi tutto Who won the nobel?
Eraclito sostiene che la guerra sia la madre di tutte le cose e che niente nasca se non dalla necessità della contesa. Hegel non solo segue il filone di Eraclito, ma si spinge fino a dire che la guerra, in quanto momento dell’antitesi della società, sia benefica per gli umani, perché solo attraverso il conflitto … Leggi tutto La guerra non è inevitabile