I HAVE A FIGHT
Is a powerful reflection of the imminent danger in which the children and youths of this generation find themselves due to the frantic environmental deterioration currently ailing the planet.
It is a desperate warning for children and youngsters to take immediate actions, because the adults or older generations that contaminated the planet will not do it for them.
By means of a new education, I HAVE A FIGHT proposes structural solutions, like changing the ‘Energy, Ethics, Anthropological, and Political Matrix’, so that the present and next generations may have a reasonable chance of survival in the future.
ENDANGERED MACHOCRACY! FEMINOCRACY IN SIGHT?
“The chauvinist triumph over reason is the violence…other more organised opportunists call WAR”.
To the widows who lost their life partners fighting in a battlefield to defend the “shady interests” of a few privileged who never show their face, dying with the totally mistaken conviction that they were struggling for the homeland, for liberty, and for democracy.
To women who gave it all in a relationship and after many years were informed that they would be replaced by another last-generation model. To those who surrendered their motherhood and their trust to receive in turn betrayal, bewilderment, and solitude.
An acknowledgement tribute to those very valuable “mother-and-father” mothers who with great sacrifice brought up millions of good children in the world.
To women preoccupied and occupied by nature, life, and the future; to them and to all young people,because they are our last hope!!!
This book is a tribute to life’s eternal feminine. It is an acknowledgement of women, of all women, for being wonderful and for simply being women.
It starts in an intense and delicate way with women tackling the topic of dignity, democracy with the face of a woman, and the violation of her rights. She is abused, beaten, and killed; her genitals are mutilated; her face and body are burned with acid; and she is paid less than man is for the same work. And this chauvinist, sexist, and patriarchal system regrets it immensely, but does very little to change the situation.
The book pays a small tribute to great women with decisive contributions to our future, namely: Severn Cullis-Suzuki, Wangari Maathai, Jane Lyons, and Dorothy Stang, to mention only the tip of the iceberg of the true feminine power that is on its way.