I’m happy the statue of Colston was pulling down yesterday in a protest in Bristol.
He was a slave trader, and we should get ashamed and outrage for why it was there in the first place.
It represented a celebration of the brutality, cruelty and arrogance of Empire.
Robert Clive, who raped and pillaged India in an orgy of imperial criminality excessive even for the 18th century, has his statue outside the Foreign Office in London.
It should be removed right now.
I wanted those statues to be removed as they should not be celebrated.
I want something similar has been in done in East Europe when the Berlin’s wall collapse and they removed all the statue who remember the communist time.
This terrible history of slavery should always be remembered in the school’s book and not celebrate keeping statues out of the time.
It astonishes me when people not only mistake opinion for fact but will talk with phenomenal arrogance and self proclaimed authority. When you literally show them that he is legally and factually incorrect, they still has the audacity to argue as if there is another view. So weird. This is the time we are living […]
In 1973 I was 13 years old. I had casually invested with a love for “committed” music just a short time ago. I am curious and listen to everything. In 1973 it meant that when you discover an artist, you have to recover the previous years of the same artist. Everything comes upon me like […]
The pandemic has forced the Government to stop to have Party for more of six people. A lot of people are complaining about it, but sometimes you need to see the big pictures and say “thank you” to this “political” action. In my idea of the “perfect Party” six is the ideal number. Cooking for […]
Interview with Gianluca Piredda: A story that born in Sardinia between Traditional Values and Comics but does not stop on the island
Today I will write about a story that comes from Sardinia, but which doesn’t stop in Sardinia. The protagonist of the story is Gianluca Piredda, who lives instead by creating stories. Of course, you create stories if you have a true and credible personal story, and Gianluca has. Gianluca Piredda born in Sassari, Sardinia in […]
Relax – just read this article before read my opinions. If I have to summed up Johnson and his Brexit I will write just two word: “serial incompetence”. It’s incredible to me that there’s a deadline set with still three IT system to build before England could isolate itself from the rest of the world. […]
I’ve spent five days in Nice, and one day I took the train and went to Montecarlo. I went out for a walk as soon as I come out of the train and found the streets not very busy. Some people were milling around, but it was so quiet in general. People in Montecarlo don’t […]
When I bought her album, I had on my mind some favourable reviews read in few magazines the day before. They were good reviews but none (with hindsight) had truly expressed what I felt inside record when I put on. Let alone therefore as an “amateur” like myself can ever find the right words to […]
The old windows of this ’60 building cracking slowly when the wind blows and in the night make the wind like a storm. The old lady living on my floor are for sure awake. I hear the water from her kitchen, and probably she is giving some water to her plants.She always has a problem […]
It’s a strange day, but I found myself “written out” yesterday. After writing that letter to my “imaginary friend” in the post about my land on this blog, I was depleted. Didn’t have enough left in the tank to write this morning. I’m definitely Out of gas. This days found time to concentrate and write […]