Referendum: good news

Italian media are celebrating the ‘victory’ of the abstentionist faction at the referendum on medically assisted procreation.

I wonder: if they really represented the majority, why didn’t they go to the polling stations to vote NO ?

Would they have won?

Then, a political or ethical option has not won yesterday in Italy.

The winner is the lazy, unuseful, apolitical, unengaged, TV-corrupted section of the population.

Joined, for this occasion, by some lazy, opportunist, clerical, pavid political figures, already working to capitalise their move.

Nevertheless, 12 millions citizens considered seriously their responsabilities, voting yes or not.

This is good news.

One thought on “Referendum: good news”

  1. Hello again Paolo,

    Here are my corrections for this blog entry.

    Joanne

    Referendum: good news

    The Italian media are celebrating the ?victory? of the abstentionist faction in the referendum.

    I wonder; if they really represented the majority, why didn?t they go to the polling stations to vote NO?

    Would they have won?

    However, a political or ethical option did not won yesterday in Italy.

    The winner is the lazy, useless, apolitical, unengaged, TV-corrupted section of the population.

    United, for this occasion, by some lazy, opportunist, clerical, avid political figures, already working to capitalise on their move.

    Nevertheless, 12 millions citizens seriously considered their responsabilities, voting yes or no.

    This is good news.

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