|Free to march. Rome, capital of life|
Let me start with a pretty good news. In Rome, yesterday, we held the second National March for Life. Preceded by Congress: "Whoever saves one life, saves the world" held at "our" University. A beautiful and very full gear. March against the indifference, apathy and byzantine ethical. A march - as Mark Tarquini wrote in his column that "stir the consciences and remember how important it is to argue publicly in favor of human life especially when he is most vulnerable" (Future of 5, p.29).
So hooray hooray life driving.
From life to anti-life. The euphoria was short unfortunately. Here the usual sycophants anti-life work. After five days of the pill is not an abortion drug. Word of Veronesi who writes on women's magazine Grazia. "Nobody wants an abortion," says the charming Guru. "The drug should not be demonized so much disputed, but is considered reasonable." Reasonably? Or randomly?
As the incident that happened in England and reported by the Gazette. In Lambeth, a woman "accidentally" discovered that the doctors at the clinic where his father was hospitalized settantesettenne, had written on her medical record stands DNR (do not resuscitate), please do not resuscitalo in case of heart attack. Reported, doctors have admitted, sorry, the error and removed the indication (p. 3, 8 May). A somewhat random error?
In Beijing Thursday instead airs the error but not the horror. Medicines found with human remains. The Future reports on page 26. "Cases of drugs - 17 000 - were arrested in South Korea The medications are manufactured with the remains of fetuses - Melius Children - cut into pieces and made esiccare". More than error, a trade precisely the horror!
We change the "cut". Thursday 10 opens with a birth record. In Naples, a woman of 58 years has become a mother - or grandmother -: The face of all the risks of age (La Stampa, p. 26). That same day, the Gates Foundation, which is the world's largest philanthropic organization, wants to bring back the agenda global family planning. Which translated means promoting birth control. The methods, however, keen to point out those are not coercive in China. Ah, thank goodness. (The sheet on p. 5).
And finally, we close with the chance of Obama. La Stampa Gianni Riotta sums up the historic step of the U.S. president: "From the Do not ask, do not tell - the marines gay - gay marriage to Obama has now changed his mind. Gay marriage should be recognized. " "Maybe because - as said wittily Riotta - the gay community is full of generous donors, the November elections approach, and Romney is recovering in the polls" (on p. 1). Maybe.
A "thanks to Obama, writes Stephen Rodotà rather convinced at first of the Republic, 12. "Thanks to him, writes Rodotà, the front of the new rights will be restarted." Rodotà remember that even Hollande has unflinchingly faced the issue of gay marriage and now this new prominence of the rights we must also take into account in Italy. Take into account? We will see, dear Rodotà, we will see.