The Video the Vatican doesn’t want you see! DISGUSTING


I found this video on Internet and I don’t believe is a good view for someone. Just let me know what do you think about.


Our society is down because there is no respect anymore for religion. People lost faith and respect for everybody . We don’t  know what real love is.

I m not agree with this video. I believe is offensive and disgusting.

Non c’e’ piu’ rispetto per le religioni, I (preti) uomini non  possono  sbagliare  su questo argomento ma la societa’ e malata. Io sono per far sposare I preti come del resto si era sposato Gesu’.  Questo video non dovrebbe essere trasmesso e forse verra’ censurato. Condividete per favore. Grazie




Cases of child sexual abuse crimes (and subsequent cover-ups) committed in the 20th and 21st centuries by Catholic priests, nuns, and members of Roman Catholic orders have led to numerous allegations, investigations, trials and convictions. The abused include boys and girls, some as young as 3 years old, with the majority between the ages of 11 and 14. The accusations began to receive wide publicity in the late 1980s. Many relate to cases in which a figure was accused of abuse for decades; such allegations were frequently made by adults or older youths years after the abuse occurred. Cases have also been brought against members of the Catholic hierarchy who covered up sex abuse allegations, moving allegedly abusive priests to other parishes, where abuse sometimes continued.

The cases received significant media and public attention throughout the world, especially in Ireland, Canada, and the United States. Members of the Church’s hierarchy have argued that media coverage was excessive and disproportionate, and that such abuse takes place in other religions and institutions. A series of television documentaries in the 1990s, such as “Suffer the children” (UTV, 1994), brought the issue to national attention in Ireland. A critical investigation by The Boston Globe in 2002 led to widespread media coverage of the issue in the United States, which was dramatized in the 2015 film Spotlight. By 2010, much of the reporting focused on abuse in Europe

From 2001 to 2010 the Holy See, the central governing body of the Catholic Church, considered sex abuse allegations concerning about 3,000 priests dating back up to fifty years. Cases worldwide reflect patterns of long-term abuse and of the church hierarchy regularly covering up reports of alleged abuse. Diocesan officials and academics knowledgeable about the Roman Catholic Church say that sexual abuse by clergy is generally not discussed, and thus is difficult to measure

In the Philippines, where as of 2002 at least 85% of the population is Catholic, revelations of child sexual abuse by priests followed the United States’ reporting in 2002.

Some studies claim that priests in the Catholic Church may not be any more likely than other men to commit abuse. In addition, the studies claim that the rate of abuse by priests had fallen sharply in the last twenty to thirty years, and that some 75% of the cases in the United States occurred between 1960 and 1985.

Source  wikipedia


Hiker in Israel finds 2,000-year-old Roman coin – NY Daily News

The coin is the second of its kind known to exist.

A hiker in Israel made a historic find while visiting the countryside — a nearly 2,000-year-old gold coin dating to the Roman Empire, the second of its kind known to exist.

The coin, which dates to 107 A.D., bears the image of Emperor Augustus and was minted by Emperor Trajan as a tribute to the former ruler.

Laurie Rimon found the coin while hiking with friends in eastern Galilee.

“We sat down for break in one of the ruins, and when we got up to leave, I was looking down on the ground [to avoid] tripping over anything, and I see something shiny on the grass, maybe a coin of sorts,” Rimon said, according to a release by the Israel Antiquities Authority.


Laurie, you’re a millionaire,” they told her.

The group contacted a tour guide, and Rimon later decided to turn over the coin to the authority. She will be awarded a certificate for her good deed.

Danny Syon, a senior numismaticst at the Israel Antiquities Authority, said that the coin is “rare on a global level.”


The rare coin could reflect the presence of the Roman army in the area, Donald T. Ariel, head curator of the authority’s coin department, said in a statement.

“Historical sources describing the period note that some Roman soldiers were paid a high salary of three gold coins, the equivalent of 75 silver coins, each payday,” Ariel said. “Because of their high monetary value soldiers were unable to purchase goods in the market with gold coins, as the merchants could not provide change for them.”

Augustus ruled Rome between 27 B.C. and 14 A.D.

Source: Hiker in Israel finds 2,000-year-old Roman coin – NY Daily News

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Construction workers in Spain unearth 1,300 pound trove of ancient Roman coins – The Washington Post

The coins, stored in containers. appear never to have been in circulation so they are in remarkably pristine condition.

Some 1,300 pounds of bronze Roman coins dating to the 3rd and 4th centuries have been unearthed by construction workers digging ditches in Spain.

The find, in 19 amphoras — storage containers — is unique not only because of the volume of coins but because the coins appear to have never been in circulation, making them almost pristine by comparison with other discoveries.

Workers in the city of Tomares, in Andalusia, were working on installing a water line to a park in the city of 24,000, according to the Spanish newspaper El País, when they noticed irregular terrain inside a ditch about a meter below ground level.

Some of the containers were broken, with the coins spilling out of them, while others were intact. They show an emperor, Maximian or Constantine on one side and Roman allegories on the other, researchers told reporters. Experts are speculating that the coins were meant to pay taxes or support legions of the Roman armies in Spain at the time.

“We have a team looking into the discovery right now. We believe it is hugely important and will have more information very soon,” a spokesman at Andalusia’s Ministry of Culture in Seville told The Local on Thursday.

value of the haul, saying only that the coins were worth “certainly several million euros.”

“The majority were newly minted and some of them probably were bathed in silver, not just bronze,” Navarro told reporters.
“I could not give you an economic value, because the value they really have is historical and you can’t calculate that.”

The Romans invaded the Iberian Peninsula in 206 B.C. and stayed for about 700 years, turning Andalusia into one of the empire’s richest colonies.

Source: Construction workers in Spain unearth 1,300 pound trove of ancient Roman coins – The Washington Post

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A year after the Bali Nine executions, Indonesia prepares firing squads again | World news | The Guardian

Deaths of eight prisoners, including two Australians, prompted a huge outcry – and a pause in executions. But now foreigners on death row fear their own sentences could be just weeks away

Source: A year after the Bali Nine executions, Indonesia prepares firing squads again | World news | The Guardian

Italy passes law to make supermarkets give wasted food to charity

Italy has passed a law which will make supermarkets donate more of their waste food to charities.

It will become the second European country to pass such laws after the French introduced a bill in February which bans supermarket throwing away or spoiling unsold food.

The bill has received widespread bipartisan support and is expected to pass the lower house of the parliament on Monday before a final vote in the Senate of the Republic.


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Detox recipes for juicing

Beach to Boudoir – London — J.W.B. JunkWebBlog    Beach to Boudoir Detox  life Style


Detox diet is one of the most common diet that can help to clean your body and your mind. I select some of the best juice that I personally tried for you in several years of experience.

Juice fasting, also known as juice cleansing, is a controversial fasting method and a detox diet in which a person consumes only fruit and vegetable juices to obtain nutrition while otherwise abstaining from food consumption. Juice fasts may last anywhere from a few days to several weeks. The juice consumed during a juice fast is not the type commercially available, but rather that produced from freshly juiced fruits and vegetables

  • Cucumbers and celery are natural diuretics.
  • Beets are great for liver cleansing.
  • Lemons, ginger and apples aid in cleansing the entire body.
  • Cranberries are good for cleansing the bladder.
  • Greens nourish our cells and clean them at the same time.
  • Dandelion greens are especially good for cleaning the liver.



Because of the low sodium content of most fruits and vegetables, salt deficiency may occur. Salt deficiency causes headaches and weakness, then light-headedness, then nausea.

As a detox diet

Doing a juice cleanse has been said to help unleash the natural healing power of your body by ridding built up toxins

Fasters should take care to maintain their intake of vitamins and nutrients during fasting, though no specific side effects are associated exclusively with juice fasting. Juice mixes containing grapefruit juice may also adversely interact with certain prescription drugs


Mango Smoothie




  • 1 medium mango, peeled and sliced
  • 1 small banana, peeled and sliced
  • 1 cup almond milk (or purified water, rice milk or plain milk)
  • 1/3 cup fresh orange juice
  • 1/3 cup plain organic yoghurt
  • Squeeze lime or lemon juice
  • 1/2 inch knob of ginger, peeled

Method:  Blend all ingredients in a high speed blender and serve immediately.


 Carrot Cucumber Detox



3-4 carrots
1 cucumber
½ beet
½ lemon
1 inch of gingerroot

Cucumber Beet Detox



1 cucumber
3 carrots
1 beet
2 stalks of celery
1 handful of parsley
½ lemon

Cucumber Detox Drink

1 cucumber

½ lemon

500 ml water


Tomato and parsley


2 tomatoes
2 green lettuce leaves
2 radishes
4 parsley sprigs
½ lemon

Veggie Mix Detox



4 carrots
2 celery stalks
½ beet
2 broccoli florets
½ lemon

Cucumber Apple Detox

2 stalks of fennel
½ cucumber
½ green apple
1 handful of mint
1 inch of gingerroot
1/2 beetroot


 Clean  Skin Juice Detox

1 cucumber
1 parsnip
2-3 carrots
½ lemon
¼ green pepper

 Total Body Detox Juice

1 tomato
1 asparagus
1 cucumber
½ lemon
Asparagus is a natural diuretic and helps to flush toxins from body, promotes kidney cleansing.

 Liver Cleaner Detox

1 handful of dandelion
3-4 carrots
½ cucumber
½ lemon peeled
Dandelion juice is a traditional remedy for cleaning the liver. You could also add dandelion tincture to any juice if you can’t buy the greens in your local market.

 Tropical Mint


2 stalks celery

½ cucumber

2 cups spinach

3 cups mint leaves

1 cup pineapple

½ lemon


 Ginger Zinger


2 stalks celery

½ cucumber

1.5cm ginger

½ cup parsley

½ lemon

1 green apple

2 cups spinach



3 beets

3 carrots

3 stalks celery

 Kale + Pear


2 stalks kale

1 cup spinach

1 pear

½ lime

3 stalks celery

½ cucumber


 Anti-Inflammatory Tonic


2cm fresh turmeric

4 carrots

1cm fresh ginger

1 orange

½ lemon

3 stalks celery


 Green Hornet


1 cucumber

1 cup parsley

1 cup spinach

2 green apples

Super Detox:

2cm fresh turmeric

¾ cucumber

½ lime

1 green apple

2 beets

1 cup spinach


 Summer Juice


1 cup pineapple

½ lemon

2 carrots

2 stalks celery

1cm ginger


 Fresh Start


2 stalks celery

1/2 cucumber

1/2 lime

1 cup cilantro

1 cup kale

1 green apple


 Carrot Cleanser

 4 carrots

1cm fresh ginger

1 green apple

½ lemon

Green Treat:

2 stalks celery

½ cucumber

1 kiwi fruit

½ lemon

½ cup parsley

½ cup sprouts


 Sweet Beet



1 beet

2 carrots

3 stalks celery

½ lemon

1cm ginger

1 green apple


 Alkaline Boost



½ cucumber

2 stalks celery

1 cup cos lettuce

1 cup broccoli

1 green apple

½ lime

 Cranberry Vanilla Smoothie


Serving Size: 2 servings


1 ½ cups unsweetened almond milk

1 cup Greek yogurt

1 cup frozen berries

6 ice cubes

1 tbsp cranberry powder

1 tsp vanilla


Banana Pineapple Green Drink

2 slice of pineapple

200 gr of spinach

1 cup water

1 banana

Pumpkin Pie Green Smoothie


1/3 cup pumpkin puree

1/2 frozen, overripe banana

1 tbsp chia seeds

Huge handful of spinach

1 cup unsweetened almond milk

1 tsp pumpkin pie spice

1/4 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp pure maple syrup (or 5 drops liquid stevia)

1/4 tsp vanilla extract

3 ice cubes

Lucky Green Smoothie


1 cup Ice
1 cup Spinach
1 cup Kale Leaves
1 Avocado
1 1/4 cup Fresh Orange Juice
1/2 Green Apple
1 cup Frozen Peaches or Mango
2 Tablespoons Agave, Maple Syrup or Honey
1/2 teaspoon Vanilla
1/4 Water


Coconut Kale Smoothie


3/4 cup (6 ounces) coconut flavored yogurt (substitute non-dairy yogurt for vegan version)

2 medium size bananas, peeled, sliced and frozen (about 1 and 1/2 cups)

1 cup kale, removed from stem and chopped

1/2 cup coconut water (I used pineapple flavored coconut water)

1 tablespoon coconut meat

1/2 tablespoon creamy almond butter


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Well… Religions (here we go again…) .. You sucks!

The founder of Bangladesh’s only lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) magazine has been killed in the latest of a series of horrific murders of bloggers and activists.

Xulhaz Mannan, an LGBT advocate, was violently murdered. Hear him predict his own death.

A security guard at Mannan’s building said the group had identified themselves as courier company officials when they arrived at around 5pm. “Half an hour later, I heard shouting and shooting sounds from the flat and went to look into the incident,” he told the Dhaka Times. “The assailants then attacked me with knives.”

Xulhaz, 35, was a Political Process Analyst at the USAI. The US ambassador to Bangladesh condemned the killing of Xulhaz Mannan, who also worked at the US embassy.



The biggest sign that he was powerful was their need to kill him. Nobody deserves to die because other people hate them.

Another person was also injured when the attackers entered a Dhaka flat._89437046_81721bd7-e38c-4be0-9337-13abffe39c98

The other victim, identified by Bangladeshi media as Tanay Mojumdar, also worked at Roopbaan



Since February last year suspected militants have killed several secular or atheist writers and members of religious minority groups.

CHILD ABUSE. WHY? Video shock!

This is a shocking video, please share if you love kids. We must do something to protect our children.

In Western countries, preventing child abuse is considered a high priority, and detailed laws and policies exist to address this issue


Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect

Child abuse is a complex phenomenon with multiple causes. No single factor can be identified as to why some adults behave violently toward children. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) identify multiple factors at the level of the individual, their relationships, their local community, and their society at large, that combine to influence the occurrence of child maltreatment. At the individual level, such factors include age, sex, and personal history, while at the level of society, factors contributing to child maltreatment include cultural norms encouraging harsh physical punishment of children, economic inequality, and the lack of social safety nets. WHO and ISPCAN state that understanding the complex interplay of various risk factors is vital for dealing with the problem of child maltreatment. SOURCE WIKIPEDIA







The B&B where cannabis is part of your stay – BBC News

A couple of years ago, the cannabis industry was pretty much illegal in the American state of Colorado – but now it’s growing fast, writes Peter Day.

A couple of years ago, the cannabis industry was pretty much illegal in the American state of Colorado – but now it’s growing fast and armoured cars full of cash are a common sight on Denver’s streets.

I am in a bed and breakfast, and it’s Friday evening, Happy Hour. Drinks and nibbles are flowing freely, but there’s something else – a sweet, sickly smell in the air. Yes I’m in Denver, the Mile High City, 1,600m in altitude, in Colorado, the first American state to legalise the consumption and sale of cannabis for recreational use, in 2014.

That move has created a new industry – growers, stores, dispensaries, manufacturers and all sorts of ancillary businesses. Until recently this was black market, a criminal activity. Now it’s a billion-dollar-a-year industry, paying $135m ($90m) in state taxes.


It all began in the year 2000, after a state-wide referendum changed the Colorado constitution to legalise the use and supply of marijuana for medical purposes. This was not a move led by politicians; the current governor is still opposed. But the people spoke and the legislators had to turn the decision into fact.

Colorado was not the first state to legalise medical cannabis. It’s claimed to have many physical and mental effects: easing pain, calming fits, energising or relaxing the body, depending on which particular strain of the drug you use (and which particular dosage).

Now, there is something very weird about cannabis in the US. Using it and growing it is still a federal crime. Though individual states have fiercely defended their own legal rights, marijuana is still officially classified as a schedule one drug, as fearsome to the federal authorities as heroin.

Find out more

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In many other US states, growing the drug in the quantities I’ve been seeing would land the grower in prison for 20 years. Even legalised, the medical trade has been highly regulated.

And as Coloradans got used to the idea, there was another referendum in 2012 which made the recreational use of cannabis legal as well. The people voted, and the legislators had to write the rules. Indeed they are still writing and rewriting them

The move released a torrent of free enterprise. Dispensaries opened in sober-fronted stores with little indication of what’s inside. Through the door, though, there’s nothing hole-in-corner about many of the operations.

Even the armed guards are friendly as they check your ID to see that recreational users are over 21. The stores are often quite elegant – dozens of different strains and strengths of cannabis buds displayed in tightly-sealed see-through plastic packs, with samples to sniff in pots on the counter, and so-called “bud tenders” as shop assistants.

There are displays of equipment, the bongs and vaporisers and dabs to use if you don’t want to roll your own. Other counters display brand-named, cannabis-infused drinks and an array of edibles – mints and chocolates and other candies for users who don’t like smoking.


And state-licensed companies are in a rush to create marijuana brands in the hope that at some stage many more states will make pot legal, and maybe even federal laws will change as well. After all, it looks as though the good neighbour to the north, Canada, is going to legalise cannabis fairly soon.

But there are still difficulties. Money is a big one. Banks and credit card companies are regulated by federal authorities – most of them are unwilling to deal with customers linked to the cannabis industry. Everyone I met had a story of having numerous bank accounts closed down when the bank caught on to the nature of their business.

This means that cannabis is a cash industry – armoured cars crisis-cross Denver laden with sacks of dollar notes. This new 21st Century business has to behave as if the city were still a frontier town in the 1800s.


My bed and breakfast still retains much of its original Victorian elegance. But it’s now called by the trademarked name “Bud and Breakfast”, a reference to the sticky bud on the cannabis plant which is where the potency lurks.

And even before breakfast the smoke is wafting up from out-of-towners, pot tourists who have flown into Denver to escape from being criminals in their own state because they use MaryJane. Smoking in hotels is still illegal, but a B&B is a private place. The cannabis users are free to light up, breathe in… and enjoy.

But no, I did not inhale, though when they’re growing, the pot plants do smell enticing. I don’t smoke anyway, and nibbling cannabis mint or a bit of marijuana chocolate still seems a little bit foolish.

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Source: The B&B where cannabis is part of your stay – BBC News


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Dyeing rhino horn and elephant ivory



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There have been some entertaining images of rhinos / elephants with bright pink / purple horns / ivory circulating on social media. These images first surfaced, we believe, in an article on in April 2013, and have been revived in mid-2015.

But before you dust off your camera and book that flight for a rare sighting of a non-grey pachyderm, it is worth noting these images were digitally altered for effect to highlight the concept of infusing rhino horn with a mixture of dye and poison.

Credit: Heinrich van den Berg/GettyWhen first published online, this photo (pictured right) was captioned: “This photo has been digitally altered and is not an actual photo of a rhino at Sabi Sand. (Photo: Heinrich van den Berg/Getty)”

Who is promoting the idea?

Back in April 2013, reported that 100 rhino from Sabi Sands Game Reserve, part of Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa, had their horns drilled and a liquid poison/dye mix injected by the Rhino Rescue Project in an effort to deter poachers and devalue the price of horn. Since then, it has been reported that rhino from Dinokeng Game Reserve (Gauteng), Plumari Private Game Reserve (Gauteng), Ndumo Game Reserve (KwaZulu-Natal), Tembe Elephant Park (KwaZulu-Natal) and Kapama Private Game Reserve (Limpopo) have all been treated similarly.

Rhino horn infusions have gained more media coverage this year because AON South Africa and ONE Financial Services Holdings have offered cheaper insurance to cover against the risk of poaching. But there’s a catch: you can only take out this insurance if your rhinos undergo horn treatment provided by Rhino Rescue Project.

What’s with the dye?

Presumably those behind the dyeing idea had in mind the dye packs used to deter bank robberies. According to Wikipedia:

“A dye pack is a radio-controlled incendiary device used by some banks to pre-emptively foil a bank robbery by causing stolen cash to be permanently marked with dye shortly after a robbery.

“In most cases, a dye pack is placed in a hollowed-out space within a stack of banknotes, usually $10 or $20 bills. This stack of bills looks and feels similar to a real one, with technology allowing for the manufacturing of flexible dye packs which are difficult to detect by handling the stack.

“When the marked stack of bills is not used, it is stored next to a magnetic plate near a bank cashier, in standby or safe mode, ready to be handed over to a potential robber by a bank employee. When it is removed from the magnetic plate, the pack is armed, and once it leaves the building and passes through the door frame, a radio transmitter located at the door will trigger a timer (typically 10 seconds), after which the dye pack will explode and release an aerosol (usually of Disperse Red 9) and sometimes tear gas, intended to destroy the stolen money and mark the robber’s body with a bright stain. The chemical reaction causing the explosion of the pack and the release of the dye creates high temperatures of about 200 °C (392 °F) which further discourages a criminal from touching the pack or removing it from the bag or getaway vehicle. Dye packs are used in over 75% of banks in America.”

Credit Arend VermazerenAnd returning to rhinos, the article said: “In addition to discoloring the horn, the pink dye can also be detected by airport scanners, even when the horn is ground into a powder.”

Does it work?

In terms of dyeing the exterior of the horn, it’s important to bear in mind that the images on social media were digitally manipulated and that Rhino Rescue Project did not set out to colour the surface of the horn. But would dyeing rhinos’ horns or elephants’ tusks protect them poaching?

We have not been able to ascertain rhinos’ opinions on having their extremities dyed shocking pink, princess purple or ruby red, but we like to think such a suggestion would be met with a snort!

Rhinos are usually remarkably good at camouflaging themselves by rolling in dust and wallowing in mud and black rhinos, which favour acacia scrub rather than open grassland, are particularly difficult to spot, whether you’re a poacher or a tourist. But colouring rhinos’ horns makes the business of concealing themselves from poachers that much harder.

Perhaps fortunately, the discolouration of rhino horns doesn’t last long. As described in a report published in Pachyderm No. 55 January – July 2014, researchers examined samples taken from rhino horn one month post-treatment found “no visible discoloration through the papillary cornified epidermis of the horn.”

More seriously, and in terms of injecting dye mixed with poison into the horn (also discussed in our ‘thorny issues’), it has been proven that rhino horn is not porous and that a liquid mix does not diffuse throughout the horn. In other words, the poison/dye mix remains in the drilled holes, making it relatively easy to remove and “detox” the horn if it is, indeed, to be consumed. Any remaining external discolouration can be sanded off. And tellingly, dyeing/poisoning Sabi Sands’ rhinos’ horns did not prevent animals from subsequently being poached.


Credit UnknownIn conclusion, dyeing rhino horns pink, and/or mixing the dye with poison, doesn’t work. No rhino horns have (yet) been detected by airport scanners due to dye having been injected. Money, time and scarce resources would be better spent elsewhere. This idea really is a red herring.

With thanks to volunteer Abigail Salmon for her help with this article.

Further reading

Take Part: “Pink Poison, the Surprising New Trend That’s Saving Rhinos”

The Daily Brew “Pink tusks aren’t real, but still help combat hunting of elephants for ivory”

Pachyderm No. 55 January – July 2014 “Chemical horn infusions: a poaching deterrent or an unnecessary deception?”


SOURCE: Save the Rhino International