June 24, 2008

Ossessioni necessitate

Ma Berlusconi ha l’ossessione dei pm? Bella domanda, intellettualmente spericolato chi se la sente di rispondere, così su due piedi, e in modo affermativo per giunta (Famiglia Cristiana). E se uno rispondesse con un non-ne-ho-la-più-pallida-idea, e non solo perché sembra più onesto, e inoltre tiene conto del fatto che, oggettivamente, con le ossessioni altrui è meglio andarci piano, a meno di non essere Vittorino Andreoli (che poi ci sarebbe da discutere anche lì), ma anche perché non si sente di entrare in una discussione di cui non si riesce a intravedere la necessità, se uno rispondesse in quel modo, dicevo, sarebbe forse immune da critiche e giudizi sarcastici? A leggere Filippo Facci, si direbbe di no, nel senso che non è questione di opinioni: ci sono una serie di fatti che parlano chiaro. O come minimo questo: dopo aver preso atto, se si ritiene che di ossessione si possa ancora parlare, si riconosca almeno che trattasi di reazione più che motivata, se non necessitata tout court.

Personalmente propenderei per quest’ultima spiegazione.

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Light a Candle for Tibet

My friends of Candle in My Window for Tibet have something to say to my readers, and I’m proud, first of all, to introduce them to you and then to call upon them to speak.

The mission of Candle in My Window for Tibet is to help in the process of Freeing Tibet, support the value of freedom to all mankind, and to create a new tool of influence for individuals from all over the world.

Their objectives are :

1) To gather together more than 100 million people from all over the world, who will pledge to light a candle for Tibet and for freedom, in the 24 hours preceding the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.

2) To prove that today it is possible and relatively easy to rally large groups of people, (regardless of nationality, race, gender, religion or even political views) effectively behind and idea. And to create a new reality for world leaders.

3) To get recognition from Tibet support groups from all over the world as a unifying campaign, and gain their assistance in distribution.

Started as an “event” in Facebook, Candle in My Window for Tibet has developed out of that network and now has a life as a web site and social network's groups such as Facebook, Xing, Ning, MySpace, Decayenne, ASW, Bebo, Orkut, InterNation and more.

Please, pay attention to the fact that to gather together so many people who pledge to light a candle for Tibet is not a virtual protest, but a real and spiritual one. It is a non violent and peaceful protest, and yet it is a very though one.

And now let’s call upon Candle in My Window for Tibet to speak :

Dear friend,

Do you value freedom?

Do you care about it?

Do you want to have a say?

Be part of something HUGE, Join 100 million people who will say:


To freedom in TIBET, and in other parts of the world.

Light a Candle for Tibet at your home, workplace or in a public place.
(On Thursday August 7th, the night before the Olympic Games start)

You will not be alone. Many millions around the world will do the same in prayer for freedom and hope.

And our candles will be seen by billions on TV screens all over the world on the day the Olympics open. Tibet will not be forgotten.

Join http://www.candle4tibet.org/ today and invite all your friends to join too.


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