125. Trieste is fighting
125. Trieste is fighting

125. Trieste is fighting

Vienna 10/22/2021

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For days the Italians have been fighting peacefully but steadfastly for their basic rights and freedoms and have taken to the streets by the thousands. The larger ports in Trieste and Genoa are also blocked. Such headlines can be read in independent media such as the Austrian Wochenblick.

The police brutally use water cannons and tear gas against the demonstrators. However, they are not impressed by it and sometimes even pray against the Corona regime. Since Friday, October 15th, the “Green Pass” has been compulsory for workers in Italy. Anyone who goes to work without the passport risks fines of up to 1,500 euros. Those who do not come to work are given unpaid leave. The tests, which are valid for 48 hours, must be paid for by yourself.

Trieste chiama il mondo risponde – this slogan, Trieste calls and the world answers, is taken up not only in Italy but also in other countries.

Protest that couldn’t be more peaceful: common prayer.

But the water cannons do not stop at praying people either. Almost no matter where in the world, the Corona regime has long since thrown all scruples overboard.

The port of Trieste, together with the port of Hamburg, is the largest in Europe. Both ports are largely owned by China. This is where most of the goods on our continent arrive. Dock workers in Trieste have been on strike for a week.

This is similar to a different situation in Europe. August 1980 the ports of Gdansk and Stettin in communist Poland. At that time it was also a non-violent struggle for freedom. At least from the striking crews.

Author of the article: Marek Wojcik

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