Sunday, March 23, 2008

Real SCIENTIFIC literature.

Some people published these links for downloads.

Here you may download the most famous books on Gnosticism

(Elanie Pagels "The Gnostic Gospels")

(Michael Allen Williams - "Rethinking "Gnosticism"", as a component of a large torrent file)

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Stand with Tibet - Support the Dalai Lama!

After decades of repression, Tibetans are crying out to the world for change. China's leaders are right now making a crucial choice between escalating brutality or dialogue that could determine the future of Tibet, and China.

We can affect this historic choice -- China does care about its international reputation. But it will take an avalanche of global people power to get the government's attention. The Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has called for restraint and dialogue: he needs the world's people to support him. Fill out the form below to sign the petition--and spread the word.

Petition to Chinese President Hu Jintao:

As citizens around the world, we call on you to show restraint and respect for human rights in your response to the protests in Tibet, and to address the concerns of all Tibetans by opening meaningful dialogue with the Dalai Lama. Only dialogue and reform will bring lasting stability. China's brightest future, and its most positive relationship with the world, lies in harmonious development, dialogue and respect.

Act now to end the violence:

Tuesday, March 18, 2008


We undersigned Members of the European Parliament express our solidarity to the Uygur people, victim of the age-old oppression perpetrated by the Chinese regime in East Turkestan (Xinjiang region) and everywhere they are persecuted. In particular, we assert our support to Rebyia Kadeer, President of the Uygur World Congress, nonviolent leader and Member of the Nonviolent Radical Party, transnational and transparty, who served a six-year detention in Chinese jails and to her two sons Alim and Ablikim who are being detained for months. To seize the opportunity for a possible truce given by the incoming Olympic games and considering that the defence of human and political lights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the best radical tool to counter any form of terrorist aberration, we warmly call on the Chinese Government of the day to drop all accusations which criminalise an entire people and to respect effectively the Pact on Civil and Political Rights for the very Chinese citizens and for all the peoples of that live in China.

You may sign the appeal here:

This appeal was initiated by the ALDE Group of European Parliament and promoted
by Nonviolent Radical Party, Transnational and Transparty.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Radical Party - India - Tibet

13/03/2008 | Long March to Tibet: three Members of the Nonviolent Radical Party in India begin hunger strike to support more than 100 monks arrested.


Dhera, India, 13 March 2008

• Statement by Matteo Mecacci, Sergio D’Elia e Marco Perduca, members of the radical delegation that has joined the march started last March 10th.
Today Indian authorities in the northern region of Kangra have arrested and jailed for 10 hours over 100 participants in "The Long March to Tibet". The demonstrators - mainly Tibetan monks - have all being condemned to 14 days of detention for having refused to sign a document stating that they would pledge not to continue their march. They are currently being held in the Yateri Niwas' detention centre.
According to a law which regulates the presence of foreigners in India, the demonstrators now risk up to 5 years of jail unless they sign the document mentioned above within the next 14 days.

The demonstrators have immediately gone on hunger strike in order to have the right to demonstrate respected and thus to continue their "Long March to Tibet". We have joined their hunger strike. It is likely that new initiatives will be taken within the next few hours.

For this reason we have decided to extend our stay in India, so that we will be able to keep track of this new, nonviolent initiative of our Tibetan friends.


Oh, my God, how I hate this fuckin' Soviet Fatherland!

Russian police, like it was in Soviet times, recently de-facto announced a war against young people (punks, goths, hippies and so on) who looks not like ordinary men and women on our streets and in public places. Such young people permanently being arrested for so-called "anti-social clothes and behaviour" and fixed in the special rogues galleries of many police districts in Moscow and, probably, also other cities of this fucking state.

Putin's Russia often pretends to be called in the West as a "democratic state with an uniqual way of development". You must know, my dear readers, that it is lie. Russia becomes more and more fascistic and neo-Soviet state at one time - step by step and month by month, and this process became more active since so-called "presidential elections" (March, 2nd). I'm announcing (as I did it many times in my Russian blog at that I hate this fucking state and its repressive orders. I hate the authorities of this state and its flock of sheep who pretends to be called "citizens", but keep the silence (or strightly supports the authorities) about sovetization and fascization of this fucking, mad state.