A split April 25 (by M. D’Agidio)

April 25 was the appropriate date for the split rather than the annual gathering. Additionally, this time, the Ukrainian variant and the argument that those who unequivocally support the attacking people oppose their position and those who, with various subtleties, compete with their full effectiveness, if not correct, to resist. The most popular view in this second universe is that we verbally declare our solidarity with Ukraine, but without a moment’s support we will not provide it with a defense weapon, not even the most fundamental. By cutting off the roots in this way, there is a definite possibility of defending oneself.

It is interesting to note that similar views found their widespread expression on the day the Italian liberation from Nazi-Fascism was celebrated. Liberation achieved through the use of arms and force supported by military supplies from Allied forces. In recent weeks, we’ve all read about the difference between what the real (Italian) resistance will be and what many find to be irresistible instead, so much so that we ask ourselves, “What should happen to human beings?” There must be full legitimacy. It is not enough for the practitioners of this complex thought to be misled into saying that Ukraine is an independent and sovereign state. By, capturing and killing opponents, controlling information and pointing out (incorrect) information, the individual loses freedom.

The sad fact is that the Russian propaganda about the “denizification” of Ukraine is completely rooted in the minds of many Italian intellectuals who are ready to welcome it, and they understand the nationalism of a section of the invading people. Pro-Nazism, the presence of a battalion that is actually Nazi, but does not mean that it can disqualify the right to exist of a fully democratic country, no matter how incomplete, and free until two months ago.

In most pacifist and partisan worlds, many movements, from some UNP leaders to those who support a real equality between aggressors and aggressors, accept (without daring) the notion that Ukraine is a false Nazi democracy. For this reason, his resistance will not have the right to say to itself that the so-called Nazis’ self-defense cannot be linked to the Italian War of Liberation. So the inability and reluctance to condemn the Russian aggression and, above all, to draw conclusions, as we said at the outset, is a concrete military response beyond the rhetorical rhetoric of condemnation of “dictator Putin” (this is the maximum speed, note the talk show Lions). The sad fact is that the Ukrainian people, for many “thinkers”, are tainted with the root sin of a so-called ultra-right nationalism, and therefore do not deserve our solidarity and support.

Add to that the anti-American element, which preceded this war and much more. This can be easily identified by a simple time of speech: how many (few) seconds are devoted to Putin’s scandal, and how many minutes have been spent talking about the United States, their past responsibilities, NATO aggression, unjust war. In the West, the imperialist policy of this arrogant part of the world, to which Russia will respond almost correctly, seems to equal such arrogance.

Often the test leads to unequivocal results: the whole focus is on our fault and the fact that “Biden doesn’t really want peace”, as if Ukraine’s will was worthless and there was a conversation on the other side. That task awaits only negotiations to end its own war (or perhaps it is really waiting for them, but surrender negotiations). The anti-American bias inherent in such a large part of the pacifist and more leftist world is an indefinite bias, which has been sold as a complex thought because, according to them, it does not flatten itself on the aggressive / aggressive bipartisan, but what actually turns it upside down. The assassins are exchanged.

Unfortunately, it was conceivable that a fierce Russian campaign against so-called Ukrainian-pro-Nazism, increasingly guilty of being filtered by our media, ranging from TV saloons, and a link between vintage anti-Americanism that was at least wartime. Vietnam (although, even in Italy, pacifists shout “Yankee go home” and not abstractly say “the real enemy is war”), is a condition of public debate in a country where there are very few liberal antibodies and an ethic always applies. Between anarchist libertarianism and the fascination of the people.

What is surprising, and even sad, is that at this time, in the face of the blatant aggression of a regime against a democracy (which is European, our democracy), there is not a significant part of the left world defending democracy that it calls itself anti-fascist. At this rate, April 25 is just as risky as a memory.

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