and further reading

Notes "A"

[A1] Rushdie, Salman. The satanic verses. New York, N.Y. : Viking, 1988

[A2] C.T. McIntire, England against the Papacy, Cambridge University Press, 2008

[A3] Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson, “Forbidden Archeology: The Hidden History of the Human Race”, BBT Science Books, 1996

[A4] Bill Cote, The mysterious origin of Man, BC Video, 1996

Documentary. Host Charlton Heston, with Michael A. Cremo and Richard L. Thompson (see [A3])

Quotes from Dr. Michael Cremo and Dr. Richard Thompson interview:

4.1 “Cover up as much as dug out” (Time 5:45)

4.2 “Knowledge filter, a fundamental feature of science. It is also a fundamental feature of human nature. People tends to filter out what don’t make sense in term of their paradigm and their way of thinking.” (Time 5:55)

4.3 “Is not a deliberate conspiracy, in the sense of some people getting together in a smoky room and saying we are going to deceive people” (Time 8:50)

[A5] “After Brexit: The battle for Europe”, Katya Adler, “This world”, 19 Feb 2017, BBC 2

[A6] Augusto Zimmermann, Ph.D., LLB, LLM. "A Law above the Law: Christian Roots of the English Common Law", in “A Journal of the University of the Nations.”, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 85-98, November 2013

(also in Glocal Conversations Vol 1(1) November 2013)

[A7] Gates B (2005) 'Faith schools and colleges of education since 1800' in R Gardner, J Cairns and D Lawton (eds) (2005) Faith schools: consensus or conflict? Abingdon: RoutledgeFalmer 14-35

[A8] Gillard D., “The History of Education in England”

8.1. Education Act 1944

8.2. Education Act 1902

[A9] "Verona's answer to the brain drain: the case of Luca Benatti", Domenico Pacitti, 17 Dec 2004, Just Response

[A10] "It is an intolerable way to have to live", 7 July 2016, Youtube (Meeting with Dissanayaka) (Interview with “Aisling”)

[A11] “Measuring Nepotism through Shared Last Names: The Case of Italian Academia.”, Stefano Allesina , 3 August 2011,

PLoS ONE 6(8): e21160. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021160

[A12] “Nepotism? Or Newmanism?”, John Kass, 4 August 2011, Chicago Tribune. (Only Archive)

[A13] “La formula che scova il nepotismo nelle università italiane”, Lorenzo Salvia, 4 August 2011, Corriere della Sera.

(In English see [A11][A12])


[A15] “Cecile Kyenge”, Lucia Annunziata, 5 May 2013,

“In ½ ora”, RAI3,

[A16] Cecile Kyenge, concerning Bananas

"Bananas thrown at Italy's first black minister Cecile Kyenge", Holly Yan, Lauren Russell and Boriana Milanova, 29 July 2013, CNN:

"Black Italian minister Kyenge suffers banana insult", 27 July 2013 , BBC

"Fury after banana thrown at Italy's first black minister Cecile Kyenge in latest racist attack", Rob Williams, 28 July 2013, The Independent

"Bananas thrown at Italy's first black minister Cécile Kyenge", Hollie Clemence, 27 July 2013, The Times - Europe

[A17] “In my country”, John Boorman, Columbia TriStar, 2004

[A18] “Giustizia, Severino in Parlamento: La lentezza ci costa un punto di Pil”, 17 January 2012, la Repubblica.

(Minister for Justice, Paola Severino, reporting 9.000.000 cases backlog to the Govern)

[A19] From the Italian News, concerning “Faking Degrees”

"Giannino? Ma quale master se non ha nemmeno la laurea!", Vittorio Feltri - 19 Febbraio 2013, Panorama

“Crosetto e la finta laurea: sono stato uno sciocco”, Fabrizio Roncone, 3 marzo 2013, Corriere della Sera

“Laurea falsa, lo sfogo di Pezzoni «Non fate come me, dite la verità»”, Riccardo Nisoli, 24 Sept 2015, Corriere della Sera

“Insegnava all’Università ma non aveva mai preso la laurea”, Giuliana Ubbiali, 13 ottobre 2012, Corriere della Sera

“Copia ma non perde il concorso”, Gian Antonio Stella - 1 Feb 2016, Corriere della Sera

[A20] “Francesco: La fine di un papa e’ la tomba”, 29 Giugno 2014, la Repubblica (The end of a Pope is the Tomb),

[A21] Alejandro Amenábar, ‘Agora’. Mod Producciones et al., 2009.

[A22] Dante Alighieri and Gherush92

“Divine Comedy is 'offensive and discriminatory', says Italian NGO”, Alison Flood, 14 March 2012, The Guardian

“Dante's Divine Comedy 'offensive and should be banned'”, Nick Squires, 13 Mar 2012, The Telegraph

“Dante's Divine Comedy too hot for school use”, Michael Day, 14 March 2012, The Independent

“Via la Divina Commedia dalle Scuole (ovvero razzismo istituzionale mascherato da arte)”, 6 Jan 2012, Gherush92,

“Una risposta ai lettori della Divina Commedia”, 29 Jan 2012, Gherush92,

[A23] The Doors – “When The Music's Over”, in “Strange days”, Analogue Productions, 1967

[A24] Woywod Stanislaus, 1918, "The new canon law: a commentary and summary of the new code of canon law", New York, N.Y. : J.F. Wagner

TITLE XII, “Catholic Schools” (PP. 283-284)

Latin original Text

Pietro Card. Gasparri, "CODEX IURIS CANONICI", Typis polyglottis Vaticanis, Romae, 1917

[A25] “Dante e la poesia della lode”, Corso di Letteratura Italiana, Lezione 11, Prof. Marco Santagata, UniNettuno°ree=151&planid=213&courseid=4067°ree=12&planid=24&courseid=522&lf=it

[A26] "Ancient Babylonian astronomers calculated Jupiter’s position from the area under a time-velocity graph", Mathieu Ossendrijver, Science, 29 Jan 2016: Vol. 351, Issue 6272, pp. 482-484

"Signs of Modern Astronomy Seen in Ancient Babylon", Kenneth Chang, 28 Jan 2016, New York Times

[A27] Armoire of Shame (Armadio della Vergogna).

From Italian news. In English please see [W11]

“Stragi nazifasciste: online i documenti dell'Armadio della Vergogna”, Alberto Custodero, la Repubblica, 16 Feb 2016

“Stragi nazifasciste, «l'Armadio della vergogna» adesso consultabile online”, Pier Vittorio Buffa, L'Espresso , 13 Feb 2016

“«L’armadio della vergogna»: ante chiuse verso la parete per nascondere i dossier”, Alessandro Fulloni, 17 Feb 2016, Corriere Della Sera

[A28] "Anonymous e non, al capo della Polizia (lettera aperta)", Youtube, 7th June 2013

(“Not Anonymous only. Open letter to the head Police”)

[A29] From Italian news concerning Abortion

“Aborto, fino a 800 km per un ospedale. Prima le donne o gli obiettori?”, Riccardo Iacona, Elena Stramentinoli, 16 Jan 2016, Corriere della Sera

"Aborto, diritto negato", sempre più medici obiettori: appello alla Regione”, Antonello Cassano, 30 giugno 2014, La Repubblica,

[A30] “Giulio Regeni, dal liceo al Collegio del New Mexico”,

1 Feb 2016, Il Piccolo

“Chi era Giulio Regeni, morto al Cairo, che scriveva articoli di denuncia”, 4 Feb 2016, Panorama

"Regeni: Renzi, è il momento che inglesi dicano verità" Ansa 12 June 2020

"Caso Regeni, Renzi: Adesso gli inglesi dicano la verità" la Repubblica 12 June 2020

English News

"Renzi blasts Cambridge University for failing to co-operate with investigation into murdered Italian student", Andrea Vogt, The Telegraph 01 Ago 2016

… more ...

"Cambridge ‘is blocking Guilio Regeni murder inquiry’ says Matteo Renzi", Philip Willan, The Sunday Times 02 Nov 2017

"Giulio Regeni: hopes rest on Italian inquiry on fourth anniversary of death", R. Michaelson L. Tondo, The Guardian 03 Feb 2020

"Family of Giulio Regeni 'betrayed' by Italian PM over arms sale to Egypt", R. Michaelson L. Tondo, The Guardian 16 June 2020

[A31] Joseph Rossi, "National Consciousness in Italian Literature", The Bulletin of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, Vol. 27, No. 3 (Sep., 1973), pp. 159-166, Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association.

[A32] “Doctors claim cover-up over death of weapons expert Dr David Kelly”, Sam Lister, 17th July 2013, Belfast Telegraph,

[A33] Judge Luigi Tosti has been disbar as Judge and Lawyer for suggesting to remove the crucifix from the Courts of Justice. A few links to introduce in Italian and English.

Links in English

Notes "B"

[B1] Matthew, 16:17-19 «And Jesus said to Simon, “You are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church.»

[B2] Genesis, 1:27 «God made man at his own image»

[B3] Acts, 5:29 «But Peter and the apostles answered, “We must obey God rather than men!”»

[B4] Mark, 12:17 «Then Jesus said to them, “Give back to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what is God’s.»

[B5] Luke, 20:25 «So Jesus told them, "Give to Caesar what is Caesar's, and to God what is God's."»

[B6] Matthew, 22:21 «"Caesar's," they answered. So Jesus told them, "Give to Caesar what is Caesar's, and to God what is God's."»

Notes "W"

[W1] Bible Text (See also [W7], [W37])

- New Testament apocrypha

- Development of the New Testament canon

[W2] Papal Infallibility (First Vatican Council, 1869-70)

[W3] The Concordat (part of the Lateran Treaty)

[W4] Lateran Treaty (Mussolini, 1929)

[W5] Eusebius (260-340 AD)

[W6] 50 Bibles of Constantine (331 AD) (Eusebius)

[W7] Bible (The Books of);

[W8] Canon Law

[W9] Papal Conclave,_January_1276

[W10] Pontifical Yearbook (Annuario Pontificio)

[W11] Armoire of Shame (Armadio della vergogna)

[W12] Gnostic Gospels

[W13] Lost Gospels

[W14] Gospel of Peter

[W15] Saint Peter

[W16] Docetism

[W17] Forbidden Archeology

[W18] Galileo: Dialogue concerning the two chief world systems

[W19] Sistine Chapel (Michelangelo, Braghettone, and Cardinal Carafa)

[W20] Daniele da Volterra, alias Braghettone

[W21] Fig Leaf Movement

[W22] The Ninety-Five Theses of Martin Luther against indulgences

[W23] Indulgence

[W24] Simony

[W25] Congress of Vienna (1814-15)

[W26] Klemens von Metternich: «Italy is a geographic expression»

[W27] Origin of the name “Italy”

[W28] Galileo Galilei (1564 – 1642)

[W29] Eratosthenes (276 - 194 BC)

[W30] Aristarchus of Samos (310 BC – 230 BC)

[W31] Giordano Bruno (1548 – 17 February 1600)

[W32] Council of Trent (1545 - 1563)

[W33] Hypatia (Born 350~370 AD, died 415 AD)

[W34] Declaration of the Rights of Man (1789)

[W35] Henry VIII (1491 – 1547)

[W36] Act of Supremacy (1534 AD)

[W37] List of Christian heresies (also [W40])

[W38] François-Marie Arouet alias “Voltaire” (1694 –1778 AD)

[W39] First Council of Nicaea (325 AD)

[W40] Heresy

[W41] Niccolò Machiavelli (1469 –1527 AD)ò_Machiavelli

[W42] Mussolini Lateran Treaty (1929)

[W43] Gnosticism

[W44] Catharism

[W45] Waldensians

[W46] Map of Piri Reis

[W47] Women in the French Revolution

[W48] Cecile Kyenge

I wonder why the English and Italian pages are so different. The English page doesn’t even mention the Interview [A15]écile_Kyengeécile_Kyenge

[W49] Magdalene Asylum, alias, the Magdalene laundries

“The Magdalene Sisters” (2002) by Peter Mullan.

[W50] South Africa – Truth and Reconciliation Commission

[W51] Canon Law 1374 (1917)

See also [A24]

[W52] Racial Laws of Mussolini (1938)

[W53] Operation Gladio

[W54] Mussolini, 25 ottobre 1932, Milano "L'Europa sarà fascista o fascistizzata!" (Europe will be fascist, or fascist like)'Italia_fascista

[W55] David Kelly (weapons expert)

[W56] Natural Law (Diritto Naturale – Giusnaturalismo)

[W57] Positive Law (Diritto Positivo)

[W58] “Questione della lingua”, (Matters of the language)

Bembo: Prose della volgar lingua

Dante: De Vulgari Eloquentia

[W59] The legend of the “Capitoline Wolf”

[W60] Primacy of the Bishop of Rome

[W61] Astronomy in the medieval Islamic world

[W62] Ptolemy

[W63] Nuremberg trials

[W64] Giulio Regeni

[W65] Render unto Caesar

[W66] Donations of Constantine and Pipin

[W67] President of the EU Commission Mr Jean-Claude Juncker

[W68] Tony Blair

[W69] Iraq Inquiry

[W70] Hutton Inquiry

(also [A32], [W55], [W69])

[W71] Vatican, The Decree against Communism, 1 July 1949

After WWII and the Nuremberg Trials, this Decree resumes and re-establishes the Cultural principles of the Concordat at the origin of the Racial Laws of Mussolini, persecuting the Democrats as Apostates of the Faith.

From the Italian page of Wikipedia you can see a photograph of the original leaflets that were on display and distributed at the entrance of the Churches at the time, just after the Nuremberg Trials.