Monday, February 04, 2008

Gabrielle Reilly: bikinis y política

Un personaje poco conocido en España pero ciertamente peculiar el que hoy destacamos, y el enésimo ejemplo que destierra tópicos acerca de la derecha. Gabrielle Reilly es una espectacular modelo y atleta del fitness que ha ocupado la portada de multitud de revistas y calendarios con sus fotografías en trajes de baño. Pero además, Gabrielle hace realidad el viejo dicho de "mens sana in corpore sano". Nacida en Australia y afincada en Kansas, esta mujer del Renacimiento ha recorrido medio mundo, cuenta con una formación envidiable, y partiendo de una mentalidad abierta y libre de prejuicios, Gabrielle ha llegado a la conclusión de defender una visión liberal-conservadora de la política mundial. No en vano, se trata de una de las comentaristas políticas más seguidas y respetadas del mundo anglosajón. En su web podeis leer sus comentarios y artículos sobre política internacional, al lado de sus mejores fotografías como modelo.

"Model Gabrielle Reilly is campaigning in a bikini via the Internet from Kansas for the Australian Prime Minister John Howard."
"This lovely lady wears a number of hats: conservative political columnist, bikini supermodel, diplomat, proud American, and (proudly) Australian. Currently living in Kansas, hailing from Alice Springs, she now considers herself both American and Australian. Reilly's web site features as many pictures of her in a bikini as it does political messages. She believes "pictures of women's bodies transcend national borders" (hmm, well, we guess that's the diplomat in her speaking.) For those of you out there who were once too shy to mix politics with pleasure, go on and have a peek at this spunky (and brainy) sheila."
http://www.mediaman.com.au/profiles/reilly.html
Without capitalism, we could very well still be living under a feudal system where peasents worked for nothing and the lords and aristocracy kept all the money. Capitalism for the first time gave the peasents a way to determien their own destiny if they worked hard and used ingenuity. It was the economic success of the middle class that applied pressure to the political system that forced the institutions to introduce fair and equal rights throughout society.
http://www.gabriellereillyweekly.com/

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