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#Italy: State of resuscitation – An article about the recent situation and the revolt in #Naples

Naples. Italy. The general crisis – health, economic, institutional–continues to tighten its grip. We are just at the start. And the stench of the spectre of semi-lockdown, which will be worse than the first, is starting to be felt.

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#Naples October 23rd: The time of class struggle in white gloves is about to end

During the late evening of 23 October this blog commented on its facebook page (without too many worries) what was happening in the streets and squares of Naples:

“… And if everything will be locked down, the Neapolitan proletariat and unemployed people, accustomed to “inventing fatigue”, will not know how to put bread at the table. Behind the revolt there may be the long hand of the Camorra or the usual strong powers that have always been in collusion with the Camorra. But if the proletarian anger of Naples is in the square tonight, no lockdown and no exploitation will be able to contain it. Government Conte, De Luca, Confindustria and Camorra YOU CANNOT CONTAIN IT, sooner or later it will explode like a bomb in your hand.“

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“In #Napoli the preconditions are perfect for a disaster”

Naples. Italy. “We are torn between a health disaster and a socio-economic disaster”. The protests last night and this afternoon in Naples reveal a situation of very high tension, in which the problems related to the pandemic containment measures are linked to more structural political and social issues.

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#Napoli: A night of #Revolt against the state of emergency and #curfew

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:

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