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Re nudo

di Giuseppe Gario
  Re nudo
Data di pubblicazione su web 06/11/2018  

"One can not eternally cast one's vote on the same established parties, so to be able to ensure the link between power and people. To mobilize new voters, however, the people are too often invoked. These antagonisms serve to consolidate the ranks of the new electors Rather than seeking agreement among the tensions while respecting diversity, we risk cultivating them to enjoy democracy in the name of a merely imaginary people "(T. Kochuyt, Le calvaire du populisme: the mobilization des m & eacute; contents au nom du peuple , in & Agrave; la recherche de la representation perdue , edited by P. Gueorguieva and A. Todorov, Paris, L'Harmattan, 2017, p. 160). "Perrineau, La crise de la repr & eacute; sentation politique en Europe , ibid., p.28). & nbsp; & nbsp;
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The concrete and real people are rightly worried: the most popular jobs today, not necessarily existed ten or twenty years ago, we can perceive a mutation destined to continue, to amplify, even because artificial intelligence . Because they are an easy progression, but they are not used to thinking like that, perhaps even incapable "(F. Taddei, Apprendre au XXIe si & egrave; cle , Paris, Calmann-L & eacute;vy, 2018, pp. 40-41). In other words, conflict is intrinsic to evolution for human organizations and for cells, it is, so to speak, natural . And the best way to overcome it is to cooperate. Why has homo triumphed in all species? Because it is the species That has Been able to cooperate on the largest scales. " "Bacteria cooperate in very large numbers (billions!)" But for very simple objectives. "Only the Homo sapiens it combines the two characteristics: to cooperate in increasing numbers for more complex tasks. How do you do it? With the strength of trust. We cooperate on large scales because we have confidence in things that make sense only because we trust many - the value of money, for example, or a diploma. We are ready to do things that we would like to do, like giving a banana for money This ability, "to be our own specificity" (ibid., Pp. 32-33) We must see and want them, if they are not bananas. & Nbsp; & nbsp;
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In our time,"the new model, which emerges gradually, of & # 146; integration of the world into global public goods "(M. Aglietta-N. Leron, The double democratie. , Paris, Seuil, 2017, p. 7). It is a citizenship that is in fact shared, but not by law, in a world republic where: "assumptions, figures, unquestionable tendencies, intangible codes". "It is the crisis of the community", that is the crisis of the "community". process, can not even understand that it is disputed ". "To the dilemma of information in excess" and to the crisis of the very mechanism of trust. Fake news. La grand peur , Versailles, VA Editions, 2018, pp. 147-148). & nbsp; & nbsp;
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Living in a res-publica, worldwide in fact but not in law, which includes all of our rights, interests, possessions, the presence of the harmless, with the mere presence, the predator terrifies the prey and diminishes its fertility, even if it does not attack Conclusion: fear has the same impact as the danger We must not succumb to you "(Taddei, Apprendre au XXIe si & egrave;, cit., p. 15). "Does the transition we live generate conflicts of various kinds? S & igrave; . And it's not ; absolutely amazing. & Egrave; a mechanism that is millions of years old. We see well, in the current transition, winners and losers, especially in the labor market where more and more physical and intellectual repetitive jobs ; they are carried out by machines ». « & Egrave; a planetary challenge. How to distribute the riches better? Developing the & # 146; education and making sure everyone gets access to it ". "Therefore memorize options & egrave; responsibility & agrave; collective sharing the fruits of knowledge the most ;universally possible "(ibid, p.38). Fundamental global public good, the & # 146; education, as rare as justice. & nbsp; & nbsp;
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In this world republic de facto (visible from satellite) and not of law (invisible to earth), we have no choice but to live, except that life is taken away in some war. According to Kant & egrave; just "the problem of war that justifies the use of the notion of the Republic. According to him, only a so-called republican constitution & egrave; able to prevent the risk of war to promote peace ". "Why& eacute; the war can ; be decided by men who hold power. Advantage of a truly republican constitution & egrave; that can not ; be decided without the & # 146; assent of all "(A. Boukerche, La Citoyennet & eacute; r & eacute; publicaine face au liberalisme & eacute; conomique , Rennes, Apog & eacute; e, 2017, p65 ). Peace on earth. & nbsp; & nbsp;
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"According to &interpretation of the Genesis called the & ldquo; intendance & rdquo; , Creation and creatures have an intrinsic value ». «For this interpretation opti Laudato Si & # 146; , but Pope Francis adds strong Franciscan connotations that refer to the third possible interpretation, called " & ldquo; citizenship & rdquo; . Adam means & ldquo; earth & rdquo; or & ldquo; clay & rdquo; (Gen 2,7), the human species has the same fabric as the others and can not ; to invoke any superiority & agrave;. All natural beings come from one Creator and can be declared brothers and sisters. The fraternity & agrave; , to which human beings are so ; called, crosses the frontier of humanity alone ; »(D. Bourg, Une nouvelle terre , Paris, Descl & eacute; and De Brouwer, 2018, pp. 107-108). The republic, world de facto and not yet in law, is; upset by conflicts. L & # 146; UN, its cornerstone founded on peace, is today ; fought by men of power who do not tolerate limits, such as global markets. & nbsp; & nbsp;
Supranational Republic of national republics, l & # 146; EU & egrave; in trouble over three enlargements: to the former Central European communist states, to the refugees, to the post-crisis 2008 financial cooperation. «The appearance of new modalities; of governance in the nineties & egrave; seemed to question the method & ldquo; Community & rdquo; classic. On the other hand, areas of activity ; which asylum and immigration were & ldquo; communitarized & rdquo;and nothing prevents the current scope of the open method of cooperation from working in the future on the basis of the Community method. Do the areas of application of the open method of cooperation translate into an intergovernmental EU direction? Or are they a first stage for the supranational qualitative leap? & Egrave; a key issue for the & # 146; take place d & # 146; Europe. And again, the intergovernmental response to the economic and financial crisis will have ; lasting impact on the organization and operation of & # 146; EU? It translates a will & agrave; of control by the States, which have for & ograve; also made decisions that seem to direct the & # 146;EU towards more economic governance ; collective. L & # 146; impact of the & # 146; enlargement and possible continuation of the project for the integration of new members ; l & # 146; last question, essential. How does this enlargement will & agrave; absorbed by the & # 146; Union? L & # 146; membership of new members has put an end to the possibility ; of a pi & ugrave; strong integration or otherwise prepared the transformation of & # 146; Union in a & # 146; entit & agrave; collective pi& ugrave; powerful and with a prominent place on the international scene? ". (F. Terpan, Droit et politique de l & # 146; Union Europ & eacute; enne, Bruxelles, Larcier , 2014, pp. 281-282). To perpetuate the & # 146; internal and external inequality, l & # 146; EU opening on Middle-East and Africa & egrave; stuck in a & # 146; Europe perched by the & # 146; Atlantic to the Urals, with the technique of marrying economic inequality and ethnic exclusion. «Anzich & eacute; encourage a redistributive policy, l & # 146;Inequality often promotes the success of parties focused on creating electoral coalitions based on identity ; not cheap, like the & # 146; etnia »(JD Huber, Exclusion by elections, Inequality, Ethnic Identity, and Democracy , Cambridge, Cambridge UP, 2017, p.3). But "when ethnic politics are encouraged, while more policies are discouraged ; effective in reducing inequalities, we are in trouble "(ibid., 186). «Divide the non-rich & egrave; pi & ugrave; it is easy to electrify a part of it with the rich, at the expense of the non-rich ", to" draw only their advantage "(ibid., pp. 187-188). Word advantage,& eacute; the coalition's rich people reward themselves by exempting themselves from taxes in exchange for some social tipping, as in the US of Trump and in & # 146; Italy yellow-green. & nbsp; & nbsp;
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& Egrave; the biologist Taddei to remind us, as it is; seen, that "when a further step is taken from an element given towards a larger one; complex, between the two c & # 146; & egrave; usually conflict. In other words, conflict is involved;evolution for both cells and human organizations. & Egrave; , as a result; to say, natural. And the best way to overcome it is; to cooperate. Why & eacute; , of all species, l & # 146; homo triumphed? Why & eacute; & egrave; the species that has been able to cooperate with the most ; large scale ». A scale today worldwide, with the & # 146; EU outpost. Of course, for those who prefer to cooperate successfully instead of dying in senseless conflicts, more often; probable among neighbors. & nbsp; & nbsp;
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The New Clothes & # 146; emperor & egrave; a famous fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen (1837). Two cheaters offer a dress & ldquo; extraordinary & rdquo; (invisible to fools and unworthy) to the & # 146; emperor, who does not see it and therefore ; he buys it. Among courtiers and subjects also & # 146; they applauding, only a child laughs and screams & ldquo; the king is naked & rdquo;, but the show continues. Our new government has bought the sovereign dress and we pretend not to see the naked clash with Germany of the 60% deficit (132% we, to today) with a sad social situation but a & # 146; strong economy, thanks to the & # 146; contribution of millions of immigrants integrated into an aging German population. Germany-Giano looks to the future with the electoral success of the Greens, open to global public goods of the environment, citizenship, Europe; but with populist nostalgia of the & # 146; entrenchment. Accepted in the EU, & egrave; right and duty of the German Constitutional Court to prevent expenses (present-future, explicit-implicit) not approved by the Parliament in & # 146;interest of the German people. EU monetary and financial regulation after the 2008 financial crisis ; was conditioned by a Germany mindful of the deadly inflation of 1923, tomb of the mark, trampoline of Hitler .
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The government Berlusconi was police because & eacute; it did not reduce our debt by reforming pensions, putting an end to the amnesties, to all of them .enormous structural tax evasion and Alitalia bailouts to prevent the European contagion of an Italian banking crisis due to the collapse of the public debt (financed in large part by us, Italian banks and depositors). The new government has regenerated all the practices of Berlusconi, which is; all & # 146; opposition because & eacute; most want & ugrave; tax benefits instead of citizenship income, which is; out of its catalog as well; such as reimbursement to citizens & ldquo; cheated & rdquo; from banks that did not make them subscribe to the & # 146;obvious: to know that high-yield bank bonds are proprietary, sometimes speculative. Santa ingenuit & agrave; of banks and customers. & nbsp; & nbsp;
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Unfairly considered the Club M & eacute; diterran & eacute; and EU, years ago in Duisburg, in a bloody showdown between our guys of & # 146; crony economy, have left their mark - a little & # 146; how not to repay debts. Germany is not ;sovereign, in the EU also deals with us, even if from positions of strength. In our imaginary sovereign dress, we send everyone to that country with our two-headed leadership and a fan club ready to sell for a lentil dish, but all for s & eacute; , the ECB match on the guarantee of our public debt. At home, in Riace, we zero the model of integration and arrest the mayor for suspicions on the management of funds - the interior minister responsible, head of the League sentenced to return (in seventy & # 146; years) forty-nine million for false electoral reimbursements. When we say bruscolino and beam in the & # 146; eye. Germany can not ; act as a predator, we s & igrave;, against the weak of the house and making a shield of the form of the law. The head Cinquestelle, young without too many constraints of study and work, in turn puts in a state of d & # 146; he accuses retirees to get money, with a law to come, to make it rain with the law . neoliberal helicopter renamed citizenship income. Our new government nationalizes a & # 146; tax-free consumer economy, arguing only as to who: pure neoliberal doctrine, in Italian sauce. & nbsp; & nbsp;
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The government then insists on our private wealth, an invitation to financial markets, including Europeans,& agrave; a government finally of emergency, untouchable and as such necessary to the markets to get our hands on our private wealth in the name of our own so-called sovereign values, no more ; ECB interposition. The government does not speak to the markets, which is already there ; they know, but we Italians to count https://edmedsnorx.com/ likes . Malice of speaking straight. & nbsp; & nbsp;
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Cos & igrave; & egrave;(if you like). The Cinquestelle surf the net and the League controls the RAI, just the technique of the coup d'Etat by Curzio Malaparte, in the only apparently distant 1931. Everything as per the manual ( Il Gattopardo of Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa , translated and read worldwide).
 




 
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