The man who abandons the M5S in order not to be "ambiguous" against the hated Putin has never had a problem cooing with Xi Jinping and his thugs. That is, with the leader and henchmen of a communist regime in comparison to which Putin's Russia would appear liberal and democratic.
Referendums on judiciary failed. The parties' faults, the voters' faults, and a reflection on quorum
The five referendums on judiciary failed. The quorum goal of 50 percent remained far off: in fact, the turnout stopped at 21 percent.
Two years ago commenting on the Black Lives Matter riots in the U.S., I wrote, "Today the fire blazes across the Atlantic, soon it may do so at home if we fail to take countermeasures." What happened recently in Peschiera del Garda seems to prove me right.
The two years that have passed since the beginning of the pandemic highlight what has been happening around us, in the general silence, for at least a decade: the honest dissimulation of the radicalism present in our society, by resorting to the simulation of a utopian quest for collective well-being.
The Centro Studi Machiavelli is preparing to expand its range of action, proposing, after the meetings promoted in Rome (since 2017) and online (since 2020), new moments of confrontation, meeting and debate around Italy. A first appointment of this kind took place last Saturday, April 2, in Lamezia Terme, Calabria.
Beyond the ideological, philosophical, economic and human aberrations of communist theories, one thing must be recognized: Marxism was not for delicate people. On the contrary, it was an ideology that required men with strength, discipline and lack of moral scruples.
The Italian Right struggles to thematize, in light of the current war between Ukraine and Russia, its own political position, present and past, regarding the Russian Federation and its president.
The outcome of the recent elections for the Quirinal has sparked a discussion about the possible direct election of the President of the Republic. But this would open multiple scenarios in a parliamentary republic like ours. Elected referee, semi-presidentialism, presidentialism or premierate?
The Minister Marta Cartabia announces between the lines an upcoming crackdown on freedom of expression, with the excuse of the "fight against hatred". An excuse with landslide contours, uncertain and, for this very reason, very dangerous for the constitutional rights of Italians.