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Eleonora Gozzini

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I am walking this process to realign myself to Oneness and Equality and what is best for All. Born in Italy, lived for 17 years in Asia, recently returned to Italy and now focusing on bringing myself back Here through Breath to bring forward a system of Equality and Oneness, as a reflection of me, to benefit All living beings on the planet.

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  • Day 461 – Democracy is on – We just haven’t taken Notice – yet

    Like most people who are waking up to the Reality of this world, I have made the mistake to believe that there is really No democracy, that the system is rigged, that we have no power to change things because someone is holding on to all the cash, making us their slaves.

    While some of these things are true, what I failed to see until recently, is that the very system we live in, a corporatocracy that has obtained legal status and the same rights reserved to Living Beings and righ...

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  • Day 459: Feudal Employers and Basic Income

    Lexmark and a #BasicIncome or LETSMARK a #BasicIncome for All

    Printer and software giant Lexmark has fired dozens of workers from its factory in the Mexican city of Ciudad Júarez after they demanded a pay rise of $0.35 per day.

    Hundreds of workers at the printer cartridge plant went on strike last week, calling fo...

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  • Day 458: Usury and The Art of Overmilking

    Recently a flood of court injunctions have hit Italian Banks.

    Nothing to worry about, they  have already found plenty ways around what they were asked to do, small things, like publishing a note on their website to inform their clients that they are undergoing an investigation for usury, or returning some of the compounded interests they have charged to some that got tired of being milked and took them to court.

    Strange that this novel approach to the banking system, as in...

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  • Day 457: The EuroAsylum and a Living Income Guaranteed

    Starting from 2007 Italy has received close to 800 million euros to manage the problem of migration.

    This comes close to 14% of the total European budget made available to front the problem of people coming into Europe from Africa across the Mediterranean, looking for a chance to live.

    At the time of Gaddafi, Berlusconi’s government had struck a deal with Libya to involve the Libyan government in the management of this wave of illegal migration; in exchange for a hef...

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  • Day 456: The Earth is a Magic Circle – How to Get Equal Rites

    #TerryPratchett died, a real loss for those that enjoyed his novels and the incredibly witty world he created – #Discworld.

    Many of his stories were about our systems and Magic and they had a striking resemblance to reality, I suggest reading ‘Making Money’, where he lays out the transition from gold standard to Fiat currency, it’s comical but it’s not, it’s actually tragic...

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  • Day 453: How to Stop Creating Corruption and Criminals

    I live in Italy, unfortunately -I wish to add.

    For many years I felt this country like a suffocating weight I had to carry, a cage of rules and laws that made even breathing difficult and sometimes I wonder how do we keep our sanity, ah yes, we don’t so much lately, we have people committing suicides at an unprecedented rate, an austerity that doesn’t allow many to get to the end of the month, a church that says its duty is not to care for the poor but to evangeliz...

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  • Day 453: How to Stop Creating Corruption and Criminals

    I live in Italy, unfortunately -I wish to add.

    For many years I felt this country like a suffocating weight I had to carry, a cage of rules and laws that made even breathing difficult and sometimes I wonder how do we keep our sanity, ah yes, we don’t so much lately, we have people committing suicides at an unprecedented rate, an austerity that doesn’t allow many to get to the end of the month, a church that says its duty is not to care for the poor but to evangeliz...

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  • Day 452: The Ebola Trojan Horse to Liberia

    It’s in the news, the US is sending additional troops to Liberia (and Sierra Leone) hoping to ‘turn the tide’ of the Ebola virus.

    Makes sense, armed people can shoot a virus off the face of Liberia, for sure they have now  miniaturized intelligent weapons that will do what weapons have been designed for, save lives.

    We could see this news as hopeful, if we tried really hard, in the sense that manufacturing consent for wars is becoming increasingly difficu...

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  • Day 452: The Ebola Trojan Horse to Liberia

    It’s in the news, the US is sending additional troops to Liberia (and Sierra Leone) hoping to ‘turn the tide’ of the Ebola virus.

    Makes sense, armed people can shoot a virus off the face of Liberia, for sure they have now  miniaturized intelligent weapons that will do what weapons have been designed for, save lives.

    We could see this news as hopeful, if we tried really hard, in the sense that manufacturing consent for wars is becoming increasingly difficu...

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  • Day 451: The Best Healthcare? Only possible with a Living Income Guaranteed

    I would like to talk about the 3rd leading cause of Death in the United states, Iatrogenic Disease, also known as ‘medical malpractice’ and the state of our Healthcare system, taking the USA as a -bad- example.

    Here some extracts from articles about it:

    Medical Mistakes Often UnreportedDetroit N...

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