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Once upon a time a nightmare on world streets.
Where you must wake up from a real horror movie.
We should all be awake, so.
Endlessly, indeed.
Everywhere we live.
We can’t just sleep, thinking everything’s gonna be alright, then.
Because the world leader, the America great again maker, has a new friend, now.
Because they were made to.
They speak the same language.
They sell the same stuff.
They want the same thing.

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Stories to think about girls

She’s fool.
That is what the majority of people believe, at a very first look.
They may finish there, lots of them, because this is the trendiest way, currently, in the reign of digital quickness.
A glimpse is just enough to choose one's fate and more too.
Then someone comes near the motionless woman who has long since been undefined, focused as vague, captured by something incomprehensible with a fast eye, as many used to say.
The boldest one tries to get her consideration calling her name, but it's all inadequate…

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Moral stories about abortion

Remember Savita Halappanavar.
Remember her, you, from Ireland, when you’ll have the chance to write the word ‘end’ on the cold-hearted, unreasonable and absurd tale that imagines to put the upcoming future before the woman who had it with total hope and uncontainable adoration. More than ever, steal from her the parental - but you may also read as inviolable, right to decide first...

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Stories to think about nuclear weapons

Life is an unprecedented cruel editor that imposes merciless review of our poetic interpretation of the world.
You need bigger and firmer hands, that have known the lightness of a lucky birth, but who have also shown a clear temper to become iron in front of the enemy.
That's why we offer cold eyes and a wide view, that know how to recognize opportunities in the soft fruits, but who have no hesitation, where it is necessary to eradicate them from the ground to protect the chosen ones.
Now you’ll understand why we cannot allow any atom democracy...

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Moral stories about animals attacking humans

You have made us consider water no longer as a gift, but as a good to defend. And soon we’ll do the same with air too.
The earth and all we share.
To no longer be like us.
Despite this, due to bad luck or good fortune, there is a breaking point for everyone.
There is no doubt that you are making us more like you than we have ever been, but it was only a matter of time, after having even made us eat your garbage, that some of us got angry...

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Stories to think about life: the creature

"The effort was in vain and it’s at that point that my anguish has reached unimaginable heights.
"The creature seemed to take advantage of my incoming energy.
"As if it benefited from every attempt of mine to resist.
"As if it were completely the my body’s owner.
"I wanted to hate it with all of myself, but I couldn’t do it, noting that every feeling that might somehow reject it was banished.
"In my life I have had lots of experiences, I have overcome difficulties and sufferings, I have grown in many ways and I have learned a lot.
"I have read much and traveled far and wide.
"I consider myself a conscious and strong adult.
"Nevertheless, nothing I had from mine had prepared me for such a panic...

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Moral stories about peace and excuses

We hope for your mercy for all the conflicts provoked and in time fed.
Among other things, together with our colleagues, we take this opportunity to promise you to stop once and for all with war movies, especially the patriotic and heroic ones.
Sorry about that…
Sorry for not only bringing death and destruction into the lives of others, but also showing the ignoble brazenness of telling the posterity that we were the good guys.
Following this unexpected, extraordinary example, France and Spain, Germany and, among the many, Italy as well, will go on.

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Stories to think about internet in the future

"Good morning, sir, all right with the product?"
"All right, yes, nonetheless, here... there's a problem... but it's not your fault. In short, the star's face works, but jars with the voice, do you understand me? "
"More than anything, I hear it."
"Excuse me, I don’t want to offend, but you speak as if someone were squeezing your..."
"No, you’re right, as a child I was very teased, you don’t know how much. Anyway, can you help me?"
"I'm made to help you," she says with shining eyes for the high resolution on time. "Do you prefer the warm voice of a theatrical actor, the Greek speaker in full orgasmic monologue, or that of the strong commander speaking to his armies before the final battle?"
"I don’t know…"
"Do we make a mix again? Do I wrap it? "
"Okay, I take it."

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Moral stories about Syria

From the beginning of the world, this is the most feared event by the defenders of pyramidal architecture, other than revolution and resistance.
That is, everyone is able to understand everything, in the first place what decides the common horizon.
Nonetheless, you write the question down and start to read it.
In your mind too, if you don’t want to be heard.
Even a piece at a time, if you wish to avoid suspicions into the professional senders to sleep.
Why are there chemical weapons in Syria?

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Stories to think about cellular addiction

"He violated it..." people around murmur in a chorus, almost chanting, gradually approach to gain definition for the unexpected image. "The sacred rule... he violated it..."
"Like everyone, you know perfectly that outside no one can look up from their phone."
"Of course," she tries to explain, "I know it well, I know the sacred rule, but my child..."
"Of course," the city clerk interrupts her again, "now you’ll bring out the usual story of the little kid, who is young and innocent, poor him... but did you see what these budding offenders used to upload today?"
Suddenly the audience marks with a common negative thumb the woman’s answer.

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Moral stories about cold war today

In the rhetorical game of roles, USA was the savior and Russia the aggressor, the former the powerful ally and the latter the others friend, and then add also West and East, We and Them, and other semantical tricks to fill eyes and ears, generation after generation, of apparently impotent readers.
The fable was ever told from parents to children, as if it were inevitable, as if it were the world’s story itself, as if the world wrote it on its own.
As if, in short, none of the actors were accountable for the monotonous plot.

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