The new class struggle

22 July, 2017

The current ideology of radical feminism upholds that women have to free themselves from their biologic conditioning and their evident sexual differences as females and not males. They think everyone could be freely configured according to their wishes and choose to be a man or a woman paying no attention to their original physiologic nature. The equal dignity between sexes is denied, as well as their physical, psychological and ontological complementarity.
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An example of welfare: the “Inclusa”

11 July, 2017

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“Inclusas”, hospices or orphanages were places of welfare, most of them founded by the Church in the XVIII Century, where needy children, abandoned by their parents and delivered to those Institutions were welcomed and brought up.

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Hurray for Gurdon and Yamanaka, Nobel Prize Winners for Pro-life Medicine

28 June, 2017

   The research studies carried out by John B. Gurdon (Anglo-Saxon) and Shinya Yamanaka (Japanese) were awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine. These two scientists are considered of being the fathers of cellular reprogramming. They have achieved to create cells that behave identically to embryonic cells, however, without having to destroy human embryos. The Swiss Academy declared that both Gurdon and Yamanaka have revolutionized the current knowledge of how cells and organisms are developed, which has led to the perfection of the absurd methods of diagnosis and therapy. Read the rest of this entry »


Are we only earth, maybe?

15 April, 2017

   It appears that only the temporal matters. It seems that we are only guided by the desire to live according to our physiological needs. Where is our spirit? It is as if we were unable to think. And so it is, at least when we accept opinions and promises without checking them, without valuating them previously. There is something as an inclination to get carried away, provided that no effort has to be taken. And this is the most effective way to become formless mass, suitable for being handled by others. Read the rest of this entry »


Japan and Muslims

15 April, 2017

   There are a lot of circumstances given and still giving around terrorist acts we are suffering lately in Europe, including in such circumstances the warped and sectarian reaction from a great part of the left wing, above all in Spain, and about the feeling of guilt they have been able to instill in European society, but I shall confine myself to two of them. Read the rest of this entry »


24 February, 2017

   

   The nudity of the indigent world could be dressed up in the leftover decorations of those who are vain, affirms Goldsmith. Moreover, Socrates used to call wealthy those who used their riches for goodwill, while the other opulent rich – even though they rejoice in wealth – remained proscribed among the poor, because their misadventures are grave since they are heartless and loveless. Read the rest of this entry »


How far can your freedom go?

18 January, 2017

   German writer Johann Wolfgang Goethe once explained that if someone who in the name of liberty gives up being one’s true self, then it is like that person is committing suicide. Read the rest of this entry »