As I wrote in my article Marburg, the demonstrations in Italy have resulted in brutal police brutality.
Many other countries have already had their turn and it is undeniable that this extreme violence is also controlled from above.
The governments in Europe have the so-called 'violence monopoly'. In theory, that's a good thing. If we were dealing with governments that are correct, adhere to (constitutional) laws and only use violence if it is absolutely necessary, then it would be nice for society to know that only the police and the army (are allowed to) use violence and that we as citizens are safe among each other.
But during this pandemic, it has become apparent worldwide that the monopoly of violence is being used as a lascivious power game that the government plays to tyrannize the people. We know the images from the Netherlands, France, Germany, Australia. Last weekend it was Italy's turn.
On the site of infowars I came across a series of video fragments. The demonstrations against the corona pass and the vaccination obligation were massive and the police brutality. But in the end, the Italians did strike back.
The MSM talked about far right extremists.
The police had come out with large equipment.
And yes, of course we don't come for nothing.
Until the Italians had enough.