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Michael Leonardi is a long time political activist originally from Toledo Ohio. His activist work has included serving on the national council of the Green Party of the United States in the early years of its formation and working on past Nader campaigns. He has campaigned for a plethora of ecological causes, including anti-nuclear work around the Davis Besse and Fermi 2 Nuclear power plants. Michael has lived in Italy for the past 8 years where his activist work has continued. He served on the coordinating committee of the United Citizens for Peace and Justice organization in Roma working against the terror wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and calling for an end to the inhumane and brutal occupation of Palestine. With US citizens for Peace and Justice Roma, he has also been active in the campaign to stop the expansion of the Dal Molin United States military base in Vicenza. Michael now lives in Calabria in the South of Italy with his wife and baby girl. He became the proud father of Gaia Valmaree on July 15 of 2008. Michael currently teaches English for the faculty of Political Science at the University of Calabria in Cosenza and at the Vocational high school for training hotel and restaurant workers on the coast of Maratea in Basilicata. His activist work is continuing in the south of Italy where the story of an ecological catastrophe under the waters of the Mediterranean is coming to light.
Italy's Secret Ships of Poison
This article describes the ongoing cover up led by Italy's environmental minister Stefania Prestigiacomo and the Berlusconi government of Ships containing radioactive and hazardous materials that have been intentionally sunk across the Mediterranean Sea.
Thursday, October 15, 2009(1 comments)
Nuking the Mediterranean, Ships of Poison
an update on the Ecological Catastrophe coming to light in the Mediterranean Sea where at least 55 ships containing radioactive and toxic materials have been intentionally sunk over the past 20 years.
Thursday, September 24, 2009(1 comments)
International Eco-Mafia and an Ecological Catastrophe in the Mediterranean Sea
There is an Ecological Catastrophe coming to light in the waters and along the coastlines of the Mediterranean Sea. This disaster involves the international Eco-mafia, state governments, radioactive waste and more. This article provides an update on a story that calls on the International community to ensure the safety of the waters and fish for the 22 countries that border the Mediterranean Sea.