“We have made a clean sweep of the Armenians and Assyrians of Azerbaijan.” Those were the words of Djevdet Bey, the governor of the Van Province in Ottoman Turkey, who on April 24, 1915 lead 20,000 Turkish soldiers and 10,000 Kurdish irregulars in the opening act of the genocide of Assyrians, Armenians and Pontic Greeks.… Read More The Anniversary of a Genocide that has yet to be Acknowledged
When looking at what happens once you put a product in the recycle bin, the road seems quite dire. First (and in my opinion worst) of all, it’s an admission that the thing you’re throwing away is useless to you from that day on. You don’t want it near you; you don’t even want it… Read More Recycling is Not Good
I guess there is nothing else to add. This short film acts as a campaign against homophobia, against discrimination of homosexuals and, above all, against bulling actions towards homosexual teens, showing an upside-down world where heterosexuals are the ones being persecuted. The 2o-minute long movi, directed and created by K.Rocco Shields, hasnwon several prizes and poses… Read More The World Upside-Down: a Short Film about Weirdo Heteros and Normal Gays
In 2009, a computer genius known as Satoshi Nakamoto launched the first transaction of Bitcoin, a completely decentralized electronic currency. During the last five years, the crypto-currency went through ups and downs, but it’s also true that it gained a sort of immortality, bringing to light countless altcoins – that is to say, virtual independent coins. On…
In 2009, a computer genius known as Satoshi Nakamoto launched the first transaction of Bitcoin, a completely decentralized electronic currency. During the last five years, the crypto-currency went through ups and downs, but it’s also true that it gained a sort of immortality, bringing to light countless altcoins – that is to say, virtual independent coins. On… Read More PotCoin Is the New Crypto-Currency for all weed-lovers. Happy 4/20!!
On 11 March 2011, the massive earthquake and tsunamis that hit various areas of Japan – causing a nuclear meltdown in some parts of the country – bent the population on its knees and brought the nation’s nuclear program to an end. Currently, the new government is seriously considering to slowly reinstate it, at the order of the… Read More Japan On the Way to Reinstate Nuclear Program: No Room for Mistakes
National elections in the world’s largest democracy are underway, with around 800 million people lining up to cast their vote in over 930,000 polling booths. The massive election is set to span over a month. There’s certainly been a lot more focus on this year’s election in India, with foreign media and policy institutions devoting… Read More India Votes: Communalism or Diversity?