The fight against the infamous green card is a sacrosanct fight against discrimination and against the new practices of totalitarian control. To de-legitimize the protest, the power is, as always, infiltrating the demonstrations with mobsters and shaved heads with outstretched arms who break shop windows and use violence, thereby justifying the repressive violence of power itself.
It is necessary to oppose the infamous green card in a peaceful way and using reason and dialogue, never violence. The fools who today have broken fully insured shop windows did so because they had been assigned the task of doing so by that same power which then condemns, not by chance, as violent and fascist, without distinction, any form of dissent with respect to the infamous card green.
They have succeeded in their intent. Using the actions of organized mobsters, today they discredit as violent squads all those who disagree with the infamous green card. It is the strategy of tension: they send the violent and then justify the repressive violence.
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).