While the fear emerges that one may risk speaking of racism in Italy, Emmanuel Macron emphasizes the fact of listening to it about the migrant problem. Meanwhile, someone is talking about using this topic as propaganda
Migrant that comes, migrant that remains. Once again at the center of the public and European debate there’s one of the most discussed issues at national level (and not only). A real dilemma that has gripped to Bel Paese for several years. A problem that seems to be resulting in a rather delicate speech that could make the worst worse. Indeed, in the last period it’s rumored that in Italy we can arrive at a real form of “totalitarian racism”, due to the multiple flows of migrants landed and landed here in order to look for a job, a safe place to stay to think about your family too. But over the years, the questions have increased and given the statistics of the various subjects arrived in Italy, the debates and the various political-social discussions emphasized the fact that not only this happened, as many have “taken advantage” of the situation only to settle here in Italy for a “comfortable” situation or “pre-established agreements” by the previous government. Certainly the speech is very long, but a brief reflection is what is needed in a framework in which things seem to proceed the wrong way. But just in these days, someone has decided to talk about what is happening. We refer to influential people like Emmanuel Macron who seems to be “holding out his hand to Italy” or at least that’s what he would have seen in his statements.
There are those who think that racism is only the result of political propaganda that can serve to increase votes during the future elections. After all, one year after the inauguration of the new government, the differences that are noticed don’t seem to promise much. What are we talking about? Of the moves taken during these months that seem to follow the logic of the Roman soldiers when they played dice the mantle of Christ at the foot of the Cross, while someone seems to take the place of Julius Caesar with the famous phrase “The die is drawn”.
The words of Emmanuel Macron
The President of France, Emmanuel Macron decided to intervene and try to provide clarifications on the topic of migrants in Italy. First of all, we must underline the parallelism that the president makes between the regurgitation of past anti-semitic sentiments with contemporary ones, highlighting the fact that this can only be translated as a malaise of our society. His words are really well thought out as well as aimed at a concept that, little by little, is becoming increasingly popular. It’s inevitable to discuss it as it is, instead, useful to understand the dynamics that lie behind a certain “behavior” that could refer to one of a bygone era, risking to run into a very serious and blatant error (completely avoidable).
But it certainly doesn’t end here, indeed Emmanuel Macron stated the words: “Europe is responsible, hasn’t been able to listen to a country that due to its geographical position had to load a heavy burden. There was no solidarity from Europe. The enemy isn’t the emigrant but the traffickers. We must face them together. The answer isn’t Europe of nationalists, with countries that turn back on themselves. We need to build a strong Europe that knows how to protect its citizens to be credible before Americans and Chinese. “Clear and resolute ideas of the French president, which give us hope for a radical change in which everyone could benefit.
Pietrangelo Buttafuoco: “Migrants and racism? Just propaganda for Salvini “
On the other hand, there are those who instead deviate a bit from common ideas and, if we talk about racism, point out to have rather clear ideas. To highlight these facets we thought a keen observer of Italian politics and, at the same time, the son of a land that knows no diversity among peoples because it’s immune to racism: Sicily. The subject in question is Pietrangelo Buttafuoco who certainly doesn’t spare the words heavy enough on the account of Matteo Salvini, who, according to him, tries to evoke the nightmare racism just because he isn’t in possession of strong arguments. And speaking of the fear that in Italy there may be the “danger of racism”, the Sicilian Pietrangelo says: “But insults, writings, discomfort for those who aren’t part of your community have always been there in” colored “contexts . Today it happens with African migrants. Until the 70s with the terrones. Yet at that time I didn’t see the big newspapers pointing the finger, scandalized, against those who put the signs “Here the southerners don’t enter” in Turin premises”. Time will succeed in unveiling the true face of this somewhat “ambiguous” policy, made up of propaganda that can focus on the interest of the public domain, through themes that aim at all those who have the right to express their judgment to the public. inside the voting booth during the voting period.
The climate that we breathe doesn’t yet allow us to define well the Italian political-social-economic situation, but such statements make the idea of what’s happening in the beautiful country anyway allowing us to think about what Italy will be in the future .