French and Foreigners

November 27th, 2010

I speak my language, that is to say that of my mother, in her I am located and identified, I saw, I love and suffering “(2). Without denying the importance of the foreign population in the entire French population as actors in society, we do can not ignore the difficulties foreigners face the French administrative […]

Psychotic Dissociation

November 26th, 2010

According to professionals in this field it is better to establish that the psychotic DISSOCIATION exists within mental disorders. Any professional in the area can tell, neither the ICD10 or DSM IV show that terminology, I insist, there is not even adequate. Looking for a popular analysis of this controversy over who is and who […]

Taking Responsibilty in Spain

November 11th, 2010

In July Mora de Ebro fell from favor, which meant that the national right wing had already reached the conclusion that the Ebro Republicans were responsible for operations in the battle, Lieutenant Colonel Juan Modesto, decided that the battle was lost and ordered his units to cross the the river again in the opposite direction. […]

Public Prosecutions

November 1st, 2010

We would add that this struggle for preeminence, here known as the struggle for political power or dry it is permanent. Although from the very beginning of the emancipation process in 1810, tried to impose as a system of government opted for the English Industrial Revolution, the American emancipation and the French Revolution has been […]