In Naples, on Friday evening, thousands of people participated in a spontaneous demonstration against the renewed curfew announced by Regional President Vincenzo De Luca, followed by hours of street fighting and attacks on public buildings. In the media there was immediate talk of Ultras and fascists or even the Camorra as ringleaders, a claim that is strongly rejected by Italian comrades in the following statement, which appeared on info aut:Continue reading #Napoli: A night of #Revolt against the state of emergency and #curfew
This is the message that Jacopo, editor of the Infoaut.org portal being based in the Afrin canton since the beginning of the Turkish-Jihadi aggression, delivered to us a short while ago. An urgent call to mobilize and break the silence in front of the worsening of the situation in Afrin.
Italy: A 60-year old (according to some media reports the shooter was 65, EIE) white man shot and killed Idy Diène, just one day after the general elections in Italy.
What is happening in Italy right now? In the wake of the recent episodes of xenophobic and right-wing attacks and terrorism, has the people of Italy turned conservative – or outrightly fascist? Little can be inferred about the state of the country from mainstream reports and correspondents, who in most cases present it through the lenses of party politics, corrupt elites, a stagnant and possibly bankrupt economy and soaring migration-related problems.