Italy, like other countries in the world, has just started a vaccination campaign against Covid-19 infection, a few days ago which, at least for the moment, is focusing solely on the messenger RNA vaccine produced by the well-known Pfizer Corporat
NOTE - In these never ending COVIDian days, voices of dissent and criticism on the management of the pandemic crisis multiply in Italy. However, these voices are not yet enough for a change of action and perhaps they never will be.
NOTE - This column is about the demonstrations against the lockdown that have taken place in many Italian cities in recent days.
A brief but necessary introduction: Franco Marino is an Italian blogger who writes on the blog "il Detonatore"  together with two of his friends (Matteo Fais and Davide Cavaliere).
Italy has traditionally always been a Mediterranean power. Mare Nostrum is the Latin name with which the ancient Romans indicated the Mediterranean.
After a day of insinuations, articles published in the major Italian media and then taken up by all the others - up to the New York Times -, insults and debates, it turns out that Flavio Briatore  is hospitalized at San Raffaele for prost
In the last days of July there were a couple of big news here in our poor Italy.
Where is Voltaire when needed? Where is the voice that proclaimed “you are saying nonsense but I would give my life so you can continue to do it”? Voltaire has been dead for centuries and his body is dust delivered to the eons.
This article is inspired by some reflections that Paul Craig Roberts has recently shared with his readers : a very infectious virus such the coronavirus can easily overwhelm the New York health system or the Italian national one.
The unsustainable heaviness of the Italian quarantine at the time of the coronavirus seems to slowly come to an end.