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APPEAL TO THE PRESIDENT of THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GERMANY

and  TO ALL GERMAN CITIZENS

 

Dear Mrs. President, dear German citizens,

Since the time of the Holy Roman Empire of Frederic II of Schwaben, Germans and Italians have been tied in a same cultural experience (the Latin culture) and a same scope (the reconstruction of the unity we had under the Ancient Roman Empire.

Even many centuries after we have had a common scope: the opposition to the Anglo-American-French power and its impositions before and after the huge German monetary inflation of the 1920s. That scope failed for the usual plagues of humanity: greediness and stupidity of human minds.

Italy now is under attack of the same malware, i.e. greediness of politicians, their bribery and corruption policies as well as the stupidity of their clients. Too many people in Italy still believe they can live of favors and privileges, steady and unmovable working places. They call them ‘acquired rights’ ignoring that rights are innate because given to everybody by Our Lord, while only privileges are acquired.

My appeal is the German Republic immediately stops guaranteeing the payment of any further Italian bond, because those bonds are the main source of all bribery and corruption in our country and, because of that, thief politicians can buy votes.

No democracy is possible against the power of money. Money can buy even the love of a son for her mother. Money has no real worth, but infinitive financial power and with it anybody can get anything he wants in this greedy and insane world.

Dear Germans, dear Madam, please put a halt to this bloody policy in Italy; help Italians to free from the slavery of corrupted politicians. Please do not guarantee any more the payment of Italian bonds. They are our plague, which can destroy our social life.

I thank all of you very much for what you will do for liberating Italians from such slavery.

E.F.

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