Hunt against Crystallin: on the Green pass ends in brawl from the Gruber to “Otto e mezzo” on la 7. “Pietà di me, we are delirious”, the philosopher bursts against the director of the Egyptian Museum of Turin who magnified the introduction of the green card, obviously from her point of view. Now, let’s face it, the Green Pass is dividing public opinion. And without coming to take sides against each other, it would be possible to reflect with serenity. Without denying the evident realities and contradictions. For which Evelina Christillin director of the Egyptian Museum of Turin defends the measure imposed by the Draghi government: “People now come to the Museum. From August to October, so in the last three months we have had 33 percent more visits. In short, people with the Green pass feel safer, and those who don’t want to come don’t come ”.
Cacciari, beaten to Christallin, director of the Egyptian Museum
All right from his point of view. Of course, the triumphalistic tone clashes with the critical issues, the riots, the workers suspended for unjustified absence, the fire hydrants in Trieste. More sober tones and less centered on the benefits that some categories have and others do not, it would be appropriate. For this Cacciari becomes a river in flood and hearing these words explodes: “Let’s not bring up the discourse of the rules, for heaven’s sake. I have to to show when I am alone on the train and not on the subway or on a regional train. But how do these things apply? Have pity on me! We are delirious, it is a painful thing ”.
Sparks in the studio. Gruber asks for “mercy” …
Professor Cacciari together with other intellectuals had immediately addressed the Green discourse under the philosophical and juridical profile, on the impact on the democratic rules that the provisions of the government could initiate over time. To which he then added. “And I point out that it is state of emergency must end within two years“. “And now I just want to see how they can renew it. Because then it becomes a state of exception ”. The sparks in the studio are sparkling and Gruber has borrowed the reaction that Cacciari had expressed earlier. And conclude the duel: “And now have mercy on me.”