The silent Wars of the Middle East

Last September 4, senior officers of the Israeli army held a press conference that had very little echo in the Italian press. In this meeting, in fact, the Israeli military claimed to have attacked and hit 202 Iranian targets in Syria over the past two years, using over 800 bombs and missiles to hit them: … read more

The fake news of the winners 1945

Hiroshima (August 6, 1945)-Nagasaki (August 9, 1945)-In memoriam Harry S. Truman, President of the United States of America, on August 9, 1945 at 22 o'clock in Washington, announces by Radio to the Nation: "The world knows that the first atomic bomb was released on Hiroshima, a military base. This is because we wanted in the … read more

July 19, 1992:13 Questions of Fiammetta Borsellino

Twenty-six years ago, on 19 July 1992, Paolo Borsellino, and the policemen of his escort Agostino Catalano, Emanuela Loi, Vincenzo Li Muli, Walter Eddie Cosina, Claudio Traina, were killed in an attack in via D'Amelio in Palermo. Today we know that, to cover the real principals and actuators of the massacre, acted important structures of … read more

Potential and limits of Italian populism

Our five readers will have noticed the long silence of in recent months. Too many events were confirming the analyses that our newspaper has produced in the now three lustres since its inception, from the events of the Middle East to those of our home-so we seemed to not have to do anything but … read more

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