To the brothers and sisters of the National and International Sixth:
In the gathering of our peoples in the Exchange between Zapatista Peoples
and the National Indigenous Congress “David Ruíz Garcia,”
we shared with each other our pain as well as our words
and experiences of struggle, rebellion, and resistance.
Together we know that within our rebellions is our “NO”
to the politics of destruction that capitalism carries out across the world.
And we know that within our resistances are the seeds of the world that we want.
These rebellions and resistances are not just those of the indigenous peoples of Mexico.
They are also found in the footsteps of the originary peoples
across the continent and in all corners of the earth where individuals,
groups, collectives, and organizations not only say “NO” to destruction,
but go about constructing something new.
In this exchange, which we know has been possible largely due
to the support of brothers and sisters of the National and International Sixth,
we confirm that our mother earth, giver of all life on the planet,
is in danger, and thus all of humanity is also.
We see that it is neoliberal capitalism that has caused all of this pain,
destruction, and death, and which has dispossessed,
exploited, disrespected, and repressed us.
In defense of mother earth and in the struggle
for humanity and against neoliberalism, no struggle is small.
Brothers and sisters of the National and International Sixth,
we know that this savage and deathly capitalism is not invincible.
We have learned this from the Zapatista experience
and from the rebellions and resistances
that bloom all over the planet whose pain is our pain,
whose struggles are our struggles, and who dreams are our dreams.
So we want to share with you the words, experiences, paths,
and collective decision that a world where many worlds fit is possible.
As we are concretizing the steps toward this dream,
it is necessary to share with each other what we are thinking,
to listen to each other in order to understand our struggles
and our rebellions and learn from our forms of resistance.
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L'amore e il velenoIzanami e LilithL'amore e il veleno by R-R-Eco
La fata e la strega
La luce e le tenebre
L’amore e il veleno.
Due donne così diverse, eppure così vicine
Due donne, e due diversi modi di amare.
Izanami, perfetta e immutabile, con un amore eterno ed incondizionato, di quelli che nascono una volta soltanto ma non muoiono mai.
Un amore così semplice e puro da poter essere chiamato solamente Amore.
Lilith, che combatte e si consuma dentro, con un amore avido e passionale, di chi apre il cuore a tutti e finisce per morire un pezzo alla volta.
Un amore così corrotto da poter essere chiamato soltanto Veleno.
Due amori diversi, che non possono sopravvivere da soli.
Due vite diametralmente opposte, ma unite per sempre in un solo destino.
Perché solo Lilith può accogliere un Amore infinito
E solo Izanami può sopportarne il Veleno.
[Nuvole][Nuvole] by Poeti-Der-Trullo
Nuvole, che senso de leggero
St'amiche nostre belle paffutelle
Che a vorte se travesteno de nero
Pe' fracicacce pure le budelle
Camminano veloci o lente lente
Come se nisconnessero quarcosa
E quanno la nisconnon veramente
É er sole o quarche luna luminosa
Sto gregge de giganti pecorelle
So' proprio misteriose e silenziose
Se nun aregge e piove a catinelle
É quanno vonno fa' le dispettose
E zitte zitte c'hanno certe forme
Che spesso rassomijano a scurture
Oppure a facce cor nasone enorme
Che certe vorte lo saranno pure
Mentre l'attraversava n'aereoplano
Ho visto un regazzino o m'è sembrato
Dar finestrino co' 'no stecco ‘n mano
Provava a fa' lo zucchero filato
Te penserai: "Maddai, me sembra strano!"
Come vede' le facce in mezzo ar cielo
Gurdanno tra le nuvole... lontano.
the MaidenI beheld in that Autumn a rare flower in bloom,the Maiden by ForestoFairies
unware of the season, just because in the mood.
She was dancing a ritual, she thought just for the moon,
while I, woodcutter hermit, could see her from the woods.
Then a warm gust of wind brought my smell in the glade.
Sniffing it, like a dog, she soon came where I stayed.
With soft voice said:
Guy Fawkes DayGuy Fawkes Day by techgnotic
Guy Fawkes Day
Burns one man's vendetta on fires of drunk delight while Heaven's rainbows burn and sparkle in the sky.
The fascinated coo while boredom freezes cold and watches while his breath fades steaming into night.
The pennies for the guy jingle in their tin while he a traitor burns, his Cath'lic soul in Hell.
The animals run scared, not from fireworks, but from th'unholy sound of Guido's punishment.
He screams a silent scream that no-one else can hear, save God and pets and Satan's wailing hordes.
“A desperate disease requires a dangerous remedy.”
– Guy Fawkes
SOSMexicoWe are afraid. We are afraid because the Government is murdering our people. We are afraid and is because of this fear that we decided to speak out.SOSMexico by TecuciztecatlOcelotl
To the international community;
To the International human rights organizations;
To the Independent and autonomous Media, national and international;
To the international media;
To the human rights organizations;
To the people of Mexico:
In recent weeks in Mexico, reality has overcome the most terrible of fictions. While defenders citizens of territories and communities have been jailed, disappeared and killed for years, in recent weeks, Government forces, police and military, have openly made three extrajudicial executions, with thirty-three deads.
The Mexican State has already sold the wealth and services that belong to the people of Mexico, handing them over to their new owners, and annihilating every protest. The Government propaganda inside and outside Mexico, has been essential to hide these crimes of State. We, as independent media,
Mappa Lucca Comics 2014Ecco la cartina per venirci a trovare a Lucca Comics & Games 2014! Padiglione Self Area allo stand IridArt S19Mappa Lucca Comics 2014 by StePandy
PACEMAKERWilson GreatbatchPACEMAKER by Quadraro
Inventor of Implantable Pacemaker
Dies at 92
By BARNABY FEDER
Published: September 28, 2011 on The New York Times
Wilson Greatbatch, a professed “humble tinkerer” who, working in his barn in 1958,
designed the first practical implantable pacemaker, a device that has preserved millions of lives,
died on Tuesday at his home in Williamsville, N.Y. He was 92.
His death was confirmed by his daughter, Anne Maciariello.
Mr. Greatbatch patented more than 325 inventions,
notably a long-life lithium battery used in a wide range of medical implants.
He created tools used in AIDS research and a solar-powered canoe,
which he took on a 160-mile voyage on the Finger Lakes in New York to celebrate his 72nd birthday.
In later years, he invested time
Today, April 15th is the anniversary of the assassination of Vittorio
Vittorio Arrigoni hero of Palestine (4 February 1975 – 15 April 2011)
GAZA (~2 a.m. April 15/2011)
Official Secutity of Hamas found the body
of an Italian peace campaigner
in an abandoned house in the Gaza Strip
on Friday following his abduction by militants,
a Hamas official said.
Le Forze di sicurezza di Hamas hanno trovato il corpo
di un Italiano della Campagna di pace
in una casa abbandonata nella Striscia di Gaza
il Venerdì dopo il suo rapimento da parte dei militanti,
riportato da un funzionario di Hamas.
No cry will reach the world,