There is really nothing to laugh about the action committed by three activists of the fanatical environmental group "Last Generation" by defacing Palazzo Madama's facade. Nor is it correct to engage in reductionism. The act is by no means derecognizable as "just a stupid thing."
The normative framework leaves no doubt: a constitutionally protected good is the "human factor" that lives and enlivens the territory, both at the local level and in the more articulated geographic place called "Italy," in which the Constitution settles the Nation and to which it expressly refers in several places.
No longer just the essentially one-sided ethics of "rights" preached by "liberals" and "progressives" regardless of human reality, but an ethics and politics that combine rights and duties within the community in which people's lives take place.
Nathan Greppi, a contributor to Centro Studi Machiavelli, was interviewed by PierLuigi Pellegrin on Radio Libertà. Greppi spoke about the article "Censorship, Bans and Burnings: How the Left is 'Purging' Children's Literature," where he illustrates how in many countries cancel culture is affecting children's fiction.
There are many generations who, during their childhood, grew up with such children's fiction classics as "The Grinch" or "The Chocolate Factory." Unfortunately, in the very countries from which these classics originated, they are increasingly being targeted by extremist proponents of cancel culture.
La “cancel culture”, che abbatte statue e brucia libri per cancellare la storia e le tradizioni dell’Occidente, minaccia di attecchire anche in Italia. Bisogna affrettarsi a correre ai ripari, anche con le misure suggerite da Nathan Greppi nell'ultimo “Dossier del Machiavelli”.
La "cancel culture", che abbatte statue e brucia libri per cancellare la storia e le tradizioni dell'Occidente, minaccia di attecchire anche in Italia. Bisogna affrettarsi a correre ai ripari, anche con le misure suggerite da Nathan Greppi.
Nathan Greppi, collaboratore del Centro Studi Machiavelli, è stato intervistato da Pierluigi Pellegrin su Radio Libertà. Greppi ha parlato del suo articolo "La Francia si ribella alla cancel culture", dove ha descritto i tentativi di resistenza al politicamente corretto nelle università d'oltralpe.
In France, the counterattack against cancel culture is emerging not only among ordinary people, but also in those that are the main bastions of its proponents: the universities.