Category Archives: freedom

Just a notice about this blog

A partir de hoy,este blog sera disponsible solamente en los archivos.

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I’d rather be in good friends’company than keeping a blog on my own,gotta admit its quite tiring.

Same kind of posts and a touch of music in the Diary of my insomnia (oops got me a new blog title)

Thank you very much for reading my posts,for following,for forming a community. I really appreciate it. Hope to see you soon enough on the mentioned links- not redirecting any of you.

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Special thanks to my friend Moorbey for nominating this humble blog,thank you compañera

Thanks to my Malatesta friend 🙂  nada mal con tu testa

Thanks to all of you for your constant support.Without you this tiny blog would mean nothing.

See you around and dance to the music:)


‘A Fourth Reich in the Sun?’

21st Century Wire TV Episode 1

Tierra de Cóndores

Jach’ a Uru

This is not a love song

Since the great destruction skipped this insignificant rock passing through the insignificant galaxies in an insignificant date

that was supposed to be significant,heres a lil bit of a flashback

fav one 😀 so dedicated to silence

Yes i am old enough to have listened to those songs:D Was hoping my generation the early 70's one would make this huge difference kind of the hippies' kids but we weren't and we haven't and we proved it so disgracefully,hope the coming ones will make the difference we never did

Ha nacido en el país prohibido,
perdido en la falda de una montaña.
Dicen que es la reencarnación de un Dios.
En el misterio del gran monasterio,
los lamas preparan el viaje.
Van a buscar al futuro gran señor.

Siguiendo los designios de un oráculo especial,
barrieron las montañas
y encontraron un chaval.
Sabio en la memoria pudo recordar
cual fue su rosario y su campana
y hasta el emisario.

Ay Dalai Lama Dalai Lama Dalai
Ay Dalai Lama ay Dalai Dalai
Ay Dalai

Pronto el cielo como un avispero
de amarillos que volaban hacia el suelo,
y el temor que precede a la invasión.
Como hojas los estrellas rojas
cayeron sobre el valle de Lhasa
a liberar al pueblo de su religión.

En nombre del progreso y de la revolución
quemaron tradiciones y pisaron el honor.
El rey de las montañas tuvo que escapar
vestido de mendigo
y con el alma envuelta en el ombligo.

Ay Dalai Lama Dalai Lama Dalai
A falta de petróleo no hubo amigos en el mar
dejando las naciones tu barquito naufragar.
Nobel en la guerra,
nobel de la paz.

I voted for a drone killer for you to be happy


Not a recently released YouTube big score video. It does not predict any planet alignement for tomorrow the 21st. The 21 st was meant to be a cultural shift not an earthenly destruction. Yet some in the Bollywood profited from the people’s fear of the unknown.Shame on them. They made this chinese girl go into shock and stab ppl..So what do you really think of 2012 the tomorrow ?? the 21 st of december? the equinox? The everything and its theories?

Will tell you what to think: instead of building shelters and buying candles for the 3-days BS darkness you should be all be aware of the REAL darkness surrounding you and thats your and mine and everyone’s governments.So yes this is my top video. If it were yours too,this world would have been a better place

Never forget that whenever you throw the ballot in the darn slot you are voting for my future as well My kids future,your kids and everyones kids. Because I never wanted Obama to be re-elected nor i believed in Romney and all that  PR BS but you did


If tomorrow you were to die ,what would you say to your kids? That I voted for a drone killer for you to be happy??


My kindest regards and a happy new “fear”


Remember All the Children, Mr. President

This arrived to my inbox from a friend,i copy and paste it without changing a single thing

to undisclosed recipients
Remember All the Children, Mr. President

By Bill Quigley

December 17, 2012
Remember the 20 children who died in Newtown, Connecticut.
Remember the 35 children who died in Gaza this month from Israeli bombardments.
Remember the 168 children who have been killed by US drone attacks in Pakistan since 2006.
Remember the 231 children killed in Afghanistan in the first 6 months of this year.
Remember the 400 other children in the US under the age of 15 who die from gunshot wounds each year.
Remember the 921 children killed by US air strikes against insurgents in Iraq.
Remember the 1,770 US children who die each year from child abuse and maltreatment.
Remember the 16,000 children who die each day around the world from hunger.
These tragedies must end.
Bill Quigley is Associate Director of the Center for Constitutional Rights and a law professor at Loyola University New Orleans. He volunteers with the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) and the Bureau de Avocats Internationaux (BAI) in Port au Prince. Contact Bill at