London January 15th, 2024
we are experiencing very difficult times affected by tragic events that play against existence itself. At the edges of our wonderful world we are flooded with the blood of terrible conflicts that at the moment we don't seem to have a solution to end. Every day we all pray that this will stop tormenting us as we have to face the difficulties of everyday life with our families, parents, siblings, children, friends at work. When we wake up in the morning it is difficult to put things back in order, understand the meaning of them and do something to remove the obstacles.
There are no actions that we can implement to stop the cannon fire in Ukraine, much less stop the Israeli army from avenging the terrifying massacre committed by Hamas men. Sometimes I wonder what we should do: wait with folded arms for the fatal outcome of these clashes or intervene forcefully against those who govern Russia and Israel. But they wouldn't understand, they don't intend to listen to anyone, pursuing objectives that in the end reduce to tragic massacres of human lives. I wonder if we Italians in the end won't be able to take Palestinian families with us as we have no way to fill our cities, have children and work for more humble jobs. There will be a way to save the children of Palestine, save human lives as well as hope that at least those Israeli hostages are released without killing any more. Mine are words full of political utopia but we must do something. If we are indignant at a burned canee and tears well up in our eyes at such an astonishing and unjustified act of sadism, I wonder how the same anger does not rise within our hearts knowing that on the other side of the sea, children, old children, are slaughtered every day , wounded, burned, decapitated, mutilated? Are these children of God less important than the dogs burning in a Sicilian square and we don't cry for them because we don't see the horrors of war on their skin
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