If you are not in cognitive lockdown, you may have wondered why, instead of introducing the obligation of the always lauding serum, forms of open blackmail such as that of the infamous green card apply. It would be enough, after all, to make an ad hoc law, as required by article 32 of the Constitution, making it mandatory to administer the serum always laudando in saecula saeculorum.
But no, they do not introduce the obligation of the blessed serum. It is, in my humble opinion, as clear as the sun why: with the green card, the responsibility is yours and yours alone when you are blessed with a sacred serum for whose safety and efficacy confirmation, we read on the leaflet, you will have to wait for the 2023.
If there were an obligation by law, those who administer it and those who produce it would certainly continue to be exempted from all responsibility, but not those who make it mandatory. Do you understand the concept?
Diego Fusaro (Turin 1983) teaches history of philosophy at the IASSP in Milan (Institute for High Strategic and Political Studies) and is the founder of the National Interest association (www.interessenazionale.net). Among his most fortunate books, “Welcome back Marx!” (Bompiani 2009), “The future is ours” (Bompiani 2009), “Thinking otherwise” (Einaudi 2017).