Russia-Ukraine war: Putin? Guilty as much as those who for years have ensnared him thinking they can then tame him if necessary
The contemporary man is amazed and terrified in witnessing this fratricidal war that is taking place in the Europe of the rich built with blows of ethical and value forcing. Dismay, solidarity and do-gooders rage on Social Network where for years now we have found refuge from the boredom of the days. A fictional world made up of deceptive mirrors in which to show oneself for what we are not and where everything slips away quickly, leaving almost no trace except perhaps in some hidden meander of the unconscious. The ways of the ego have always been endless and lately they are even more hypertrophic and forked.
This war is absurd, but also the daughter of power that we have endorsed for years, often in bad faith, in the polls. It is the fruit of homicidal madness, yes, but no less than the scepter placed in the hands of the despot on duty for the simple pleasure of seeing our enemies crushed by him; and above all it is the daughter of that narcissistic desperate desire to try the company to deserve a role of corporate prestige while not having the merits, but aware that a good friendship may one day be worth more than a few academic qualifications or a good talent. To an apparent civilization founded on rights, the society of uncivilized hearts, cannibals, crafty, corrupt, manipulative, sadistic, envious, arrogant, unpunished, murderers, traitors, monsters (which by now, the latter, do not have the appearance of the creature conceived by Victor Frankenstein, but have clear eyes and immaculate collars and gowns).
Corruption is rampant in every corner of the planet, even in the sacred ones or those of justice (Italy, in this, I believe is second to any other self-styled civilized nation). So how can we be surprised if someone takes up arms? What if someone decides that to a hidden war they prefer one in the light of the sun? All my life I have never frowned upon Putin, while many praised him, but I think he is as guilty as those who for years have ensnared him thinking they can then tame him if necessary. L’America it is the only nation that wants to justify any war action in the name of peace … (Badly told lie which by now does not even convince children). L’Europethen, it proves useless as its coin, so far from our melodic Lira. A set of united nations by the language of the English who did not (rightly) want to be part of Europe. I say rightly because I know their ability to row all in the same direction, unlike what happens in the rest of Europe … But now it is warthe streets are red again, red again… The bombs fall without warning leaving torn shadows everywhere.
In Act V scene III of Romeo and Juliet the prince puts it this way: “Where are these enemies? Look what a curse has fallen on your hatred, and how heaven has been able to use love to kill your joys. We have all been punished! ”The reference to the absurd death of the two young lovers, victims of the rivalry of their families resonates in our minds centuries later. However, the poet’s warning was useless, because for people, in general, literature is just a well-written fairy tale and not truth to learn from. How many Romeo and Juliet are we crying today for the dullness of others? We are all punished! We are all guilty!
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