The blaming of males is in danger of being the only result of "affectivity education," as cases that have already occurred in so-called "more advanced countries than ours" show.
The film about Salvatore Todaro, legendary Italian submarine commander during World War II, has arrived in theaters. A story that even among many flaws tells a historical truth that has been kept silent for too long: the Italians were indeed heroes and the good people.
The U.S. Navy is grappling with a series of problems with its latest generation of ships, some of which will be decommissioned. An instructive story of applied technology and an opportunity for established entities such as Italy's Fincantieri.
Vannacci's book is the first step and shows that there is a hunger for reading in the Right. And there have always been books, just that the public never noticed. So here are 12 more texts to delve into. 12 books by living Italian authors that march divided and strike united with the General's.
From the United States comes a new gender insanity: that of "genders" linked to animals, mythological archetypes or even "on a term basis" and depending on location, complete with emoji-pronouns...
In the UK, early stances are beginning to be taken against the intrusiveness of gender theory into civic life and the Law, starting with the government and - amazing to say - the university.
The new law that is coming to Ireland is the closest thing to the Orwellian 'crimethink' that has been devised in a Western democracy. Under the guise of fighting 'hate', it creates cases that overturn the presumption of innocence and gives the authorities prosecutorial powers to put STASI to shame.
The protests against Giorgia Meloni misuse a line from a famous animation film by Miyazaki: 'better pig than fascist'. But a genius like the Japanese director should be approached with humility, rather than trying to exploit him without understanding him.
The British government's Prevent program has a list of books that can lead the reader to radicalize and become a "white supremacist": G.K. Chesterton, Aldous Huxley, J.R.R. Tolkien, Joseph Conrad, C.S. Lewis, and George Orwell!