We receive and publish Forza Nuova Piemonte’s reply on this morning’s blitz
Great celebrations this morning at the police headquarters in Turin after the seizure of three flags, a bust of Mussolini, two brushes and a can of paint: the materials found in the headquarters of Forza Nuova and in the homes of the executives. According to the investigative sources, these items would have been used for the manufacture of very dangerous weapons of mass destruction. The glue bucket, warned by a tip-off, immediately escaped to Argentina thanks to false documents.
Today is the beginning of a new course for Turin: on hearing the news, dozens of drug dealers immediately threw their drugs into the garbage and said they were ready to abandon their criminal life. In the suburbs the shutters of the shops closed by the crisis have suddenly risen and some factories have even revoked the layoffs announcing new hires starting tomorrow.
The reaction of the political world was unanimous: “Now that the Police have seized pieces of plexiglass thrown behind a shelf, we are finally ready to legislate in favor of the development of Turin”.
PS: we wanted to give an ironic reading to this ridiculous story, but we would really have to cry. This morning dozens of policemen were involved in a series of grotesque and pathetic searches, making journalists believe they had vanquished a dangerous insurrectional network ready to hit institutions from one day to the next. Too bad the Forza Nuova headquarters are open to members and supporters for almost 20 years and regularly host public communicated meetings and conferences.
We think rather that this is some political-investigative mental masturbation, aimed at frightening those people (workers, workers, students, unemployed) who no longer want to listen to the usual manfrine of political parasites. Turin sits dangerously on a time bomb (it is a metaphor: we specify for the increasingly zealous investigators …) that it will lead to a resounding rift between people and those pseudo-populist parties that dictate today: perhaps someone with a passion for sweatshirts wants to silence the dissent of those who have never changed their mind or have not yet knelt in front of him.