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In Naples applause for Scurati who reads the monologue: “Now I’m scared, I have a target on my face” – News

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In Naples applause for Scurati who reads the monologue: “Now I’m scared, I have a target on my face” – News

An ovation welcomes Antonio Scurati in Naples, at the Repubblica delle Idee, the first public outing for the writer after the RAI stop to his monologue on April 25th. ‘Populism and fascism. Mussolini today’ is the title of the meeting, in the Courtyard of Honor of the Royal Palace, with the director of la Repubblica Maurizio Molinari and Raffaella Scuderi, and the author of M. Il Figlio del Secolo opens it precisely by reading that text, in went viral in the meantime. “Long live anti-fascist Italy”, comments the writer, amidst applause from the audience. Then he confesses: “It’s hard, tiring, painful”, “suddenly, having been a writer, I find myself at the center of a fierce, ruthless political-ideological controversy made up of denigrating personal attacks which paint me as a profiteer, almost like a extortionist”. And again: “I thought that Rai was mine too, after all it belongs to everyone, it belongs to the Italian State, but in the end they told me ‘you don’t come in’, like an unwanted guest. The sense of democracy has been lost in this country “.

Video Naples, applause for Scurati who reads his monologue

For further information Agenzia ANSA The text of Antonio Scurati’s monologue for April 25 – News – Ansa.it ‘The specter of fascism haunts Italian democracy until the word anti-fascism is pronounced by those who govern’ (ANSA)

After having replied yesterday to the prime minister, who had shared the text of the monologue on Facebook citing the alleged 1,800 euro fee requested by the writer, Scurati returns to point the finger at Giorgia Meloni and her choice not to define herself as anti-fascist: “Let’s see where she comes from , from the youth militancy in the Italian social movement founded by Almirante and Romualdi, the servants of the German torturers, the massacrers, the shooters”. And he adds: “They are the ones who don’t want to say that little word and who don’t want to dispel the shadows and sever that bond. The shadows walk with them.” For this reason, the specter of fascism, in his opinion, still hovers: “It is wrong and misleading to wait for the black shirt. There are other forms of violence, not physical, but verbal, intimidating, new forms of aggression against democracy that have distant roots” . And therefore “don’t wait for the return of the fascist squads”: “they don’t march on Rome, they arrive in Rome by winning free and democratic elections”.

For further information Agenzia ANSA CEO Sergio: “Rai is the victim of a war, they want to destroy it” – News – Ansa.it The publishers with the writer: freedom of expression is the heart of democracy. Usigrai: “Control of suffocating information”. The company: “No censorship” (ANSA)

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Jeans, t-shirt and dark jacket, the writer also confesses to being afraid: “When a political leader of such charisma, as Prime Minister Meloni certainly is, who has a very large following, in whose following somewhere down there, seen even the political history from which it comes, there is certainly some individual who is no stranger to violence”, “when the leader points the finger at the enemy and the newspapers, or rather the ‘squad journalists’ who support the government put you on the front pages, with the title under ‘M’s man’, they draw a target around your face. Then maybe there is someone who is aiming for that target. Meanwhile, the controversy over the matter continues. Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani speaks of a “storm in a teacup”: “I have never allowed myself to call anyone, neither at Rai nor elsewhere, to tell them not to let someone talk. For me this doesn’t exist. But I don’t you don’t even have to exploit everything”, he warns.

“The Constitution is structurally anti-fascist and we swear by the Constitution, but the violence perpetrated by those who declare themselves anti-fascist does not belong to us”, underlines the Minister of Agriculture Francesco Lollobrigida. “April 25th is an objective fact”, he says again, then recalls Sergio Ramelli who was beaten by anti-fascists and adds: “The word anti-fascist, unfortunately, has led to deaths over many years”.

For further information Agenzia ANSA Lollobrigida: “The word anti-fascist has led to deaths over many years” – News – Ansa.it ‘The Constitution is anti-fascist and we swear’ (ANSA)

Words to which Riccardo Magi replies from Più Europa, evoking “the ignoble victimism of the right that wants to deny the value of the Resistance by citing equally ignoble facts that occurred in a season that we hope to have left behind forever”. “They are unable to condemn fascism because their existence and their life and political career dates back to twenty years”, comments Angelo Bonelli (Avs). M5s president Giuseppe Conte sides with Scurati: “There was talk of censorship, the Rai manager tried to deny it. The reasons for the cancellation were editorial.” The story also rebounds in the direction of the Democratic Party, in Rome, with applause for the writer. “We will not accept any attempt to rewrite our common history, to celebrate the meaning of April 25, which has its roots in Matteotti’s values, I would like us to close by saying long live anti-fascist Italy”, underlines Elly Schlein. And while Bonelli calls for the “immediate resignation” of the Rai Insight director, Paolo Corsini, Matteo Renzi comments: “This Rai is not the fascist Rai, it is a Rai that takes and gives mediocrity. I don’t know if fascism is upon us, mediocrity has already entered.”

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