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'Green Pass slavery', anti-Vax in the square

2021-07-24T14:43:59.069Z

Mobilizations announced throughout Italy, from Aosta to Ragusa (ANSA)    From Aosta to Ragusa, from Lecce to Pordenone. There are about eighty Italian cities in which the denier galaxy promises to take to the streets today. An initiative launched via the internet that reaches forty-eight hours after the exploit of Turin, where a "No Fear Day" has come to gather thousands of people and fill Piazza Castello. Going up the Telegram chains one step at a time, we learn th



   From Aosta to Ragusa, from Lecce to Pordenone. There are about eighty Italian cities in which the denier galaxy promises to take to the streets today. An initiative launched via the internet that reaches forty-eight hours after the exploit of Turin, where a "No Fear Day" has come to gather thousands of people and fill Piazza Castello. Going up the Telegram chains one step at a time, we learn that the mobilization on Saturday (the appointment is everywhere at 17:30) is part, according to the promoters, in a much wider list of events called "World wide demonstration" , from the name of an international movement that claims the membership of over 180 locations around the world. The Italian declination coincides with the arrival of the Green Pass,on which the arrows of the activists naturally focus: the "slavery passport", as it is defined. But there are also the usual positions "against the vaccination obligation, the Covid scam, the dictatorship".



    More or less the same concepts that, in other words, were expressed on Thursday evening in Turin. The rally was organized by a "non-partisan" group of citizens, operational since last October, which does not deny the existence of a pandemic, but disputes the policies of governments and denounces the conditions in which, between a lockdown and a restriction, they live various categories of workers. Other associations that have sprung up in recent months have joined and the result has been a demonstration that has gone beyond expectations.



    The faces of the Turin protest are now quite well known. For example, there is that of Mario Liccione, 31, with a past in the Brothers of Italy. Then Ugo Mattei, a well-known jurist, university professor of private law, candidate for mayor at the next municipal councils in Turin for a civic list. And the lawyer Maurizio Giordano, from Moncalieri, who follows the legal disputes of the No Vax nurses and who in his 2020 curriculum wrote "complaint against the Prime Minister and the Piedmontese political institutions for the bad management of the Covid emergency" . Every so often the Digos recognizes some Forza Nuova sympathizers. Last night, however, there were no anarchists, who even since last summer have been beating the button of the need to rebel against the impositions of the state.



    Yesterday the mayor Chiara Appendino intervened to explain that "the green pass is not a limitation of freedom, but an extension, not a form of closure but of reopening that otherwise would not be possible. To those who speak of 'dictatorship', I would like to say choice that you claim, in fact, delays and makes more difficult that return to normality that we all hope will happen as soon as possible ". Then, the invitation: "Get vaccinated: I did it, you do it too". Words that a guy received from a chat in the following terms: "when I see her I slap her". The fight in Turin was only verbal last night when, on a couple of occasions, passers-by with masks sneaked into the demonstrators.


    The tam-tam for the appointment bounces mainly on Telegram channels where you can find a bit of everything: frightening data on the effects of vaccines, cartoons against 'Covidiots', links to articles by the hated "regime media" side by side to rather weird news of non-existent newspapers, outbursts and positions taken by ordinary angry or worried citizens, conspiracy pages, videos by virologists and very serious interventions by lawyers, now become real stars, who discuss the Constitution and violated rights.  


Source: ansa

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