Choirs to freedom and resistance, against the regime. Many references to compliance with the Constitution, because “Green Pass = dictatorship”, as one of the billboards said. The two ‘s’ of ‘Green Pass’ of the main banner in the style of the Nazi Schutzstaffel wards. A minute of silence in Piazza Cavalieri “because democracy is dead”.
The event launched in Pisa by the local No Green Pass Committee on the occasion of the visit to Pisa of the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella took place from today, October 18, until about 1 pm. In Piazza Martiti della Libertà they met starting at 9 about 300 people, which after various interventions on the microphone moved at 10.50 towards the city center for the procession.
The square was guarded at the four corners by vans, men and vehicles of the Police and Carabinieri, with the usual anti-riot departments. A cordon of agents then followed the demonstrators’ walk for the paths traveled: via Santa Caterina, largo del Parlascio, via Maffi, Piazza del Duomo, via Santa Maria, via dei Mille, Piazza dei Cavalieri, via Dini, Borgo Stretto, Lungarno Pacinotti, Piazza Carrrara and finally Piazza Dante. Everything took place without any kind of intemperance, danger to public order or inconvenience to the population. The most surprised, at least, were the tourists of Piazza dei Miracoli, where their subject of videos and photographs changed for a few minutes.
In the varied composition of the demonstrators, including no vax voices and clarifications “we are no green pass”, the open objection to President Mattarella Leonardo Massei, from the Front of Dissent, argued – amid applause or whistles depending on the incitement: “Unfortunately this character – he began – is today in Pisa and is among those who command in this country”. For example, he recalled when “he stopped Savona’s appointment as minister, because Germany did not want to” (for its anti-European positions ed) and above all because “he signed all the dpcm” of the pandemic: “Tell me if not to be tried for high treason. ”In fact,” a new form of dictatorship is being formed, where Mattarella and Draghi work together “, for an” Italy icebreaker for the great reset “.
Apart from political invective, a social need emerges from the square, almost beyond the nominal sense of the event, of fight against loneliness and precariousness. Says the former student Chiara: “I recently left the University. I must say that I have not felt all this emergency of the pandemic. Our generation of 20-25 year olds is used to living in an emergency: we know that we will not have a pension, a job, the possibility of starting a family. Are these not emergencies?
Federico Giusti of the Cub Pisa union brought out the point of the lack of taking charge of problems, or of this perception, depending on how you think about it, by the institutions: “In the square of Rome there weren’t the thousands who were not more union members, the no tap and no triv movements, the housing movements, the many precarious workers who do not make it to the end of the month. There is discrimination on the views of the streets. repressive nature of the Green Pass“.
On the labor front “we are against the burden on workers of the Green Pass control – continues Giusti – this role belongs to the top management. We have operated with masks not delivered by the data, with savings on sanitization or with lower contracts. deaths at work have also increased during the blockade, what safety at work are we talking about? We are opposed to the support of this Draghi government, other technical governments or the Fornero law, such as the confederal unions. we must say a strong no to the limits of how the Green Pass, an instrument for safeguarding the status quo, where in the end we are all poorer and poorer“.