May 1st of horror in Turin. In Piazza Castello where the No Tav gathered to demonstrate together with the Communist Refoundation, Usb and Power to the People, a guillotine appeared with the premier’s head among its blades Mario Draghi. A symbolic representation of bad taste to which Italians have accustomed this bloody and often violent part of the extreme left.
In all, however, there were really four cats to demonstrate, because in reality the official celebrations of the Labor Day were held in another square and in connection with a large screen with the Carpanini room of the municipality of Turin where the official speakers were. The No Tav and company of horror have instead prepared other heads to drop after that of Draghi with their guillotine: that of the leader of the CGIL, Maurizio Landini and that of the secretary of the Democratic Party, Enrico Letta.