Tag Archives: Cosas que la media no difunde

Oct 31

The Still-Secret Bilderberg Meetings

In my home country there is a secular, nonprofit organization called Transparencia Perú, a name where the first word means “transparency” (as you could already have guessed even if you don’t speak Spanish).  It used to be the case that this word, transparency, was somehow associated to ethical and moral behavior.  I sadly wrote “it used to be” because the type of moral behavior that this word represents doesn’t appear to convey the same meaning anymore, at least not in our days. People know there is an urgent lack of transparency these days; they watch videos as this one, and yet they simply don’t care.

When leaders of the world from many different top national government officials, international bankers and business executives, scientists and researchers from every major organization, and even kings (yes there was at least one king of Spain and other royal European personalities in these yearly meetings), meet secrecy to take decisions with global repercussions, this is just plain wrong (as this English political leader of the older guard says). […] Read More

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May 17

Kidnapping Christian Girls to Convert Them to Islam: Is Islam a Religion of Love?

I am still saddened and shocked to hear people in YouTube claiming that Islam is a religion of love.  Real life video clips like this one shows a very different story.  Nigerian kidnapped girls being forced to this religion, all against their own will.  Their only “sin” being to look for opportunities by getting a very basic education in a local school.
Is this too much for girls to ask or to aspire?

Why is this religion so violently opposed against the advancement of women?
Is this just an isolated event that has even led to mobilize First Lady Michelle Obama to devote an entire TV weekly address on the subject? I think not! […]
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