Too much, even for the Everyday occurrence. The autobiography of Danilo Toninelli it is so (and unintentionally) hilarious that even those who defended the former grillino minister of Infrastructure shake in every situation, even the most embarrassing ones. The newspaper directed by Marco Travaglio gives the senator a (little) memorable review of Never give up: “There is a problem of a psychoanalytic nature: Toninelli believes he is Batman – Tommaso Rodano immediately makes clear -. And he writes about himself as an Italian hero. With chilling rhetoric “.
Toninelli, certainly not guilty of lack of self-esteem, describes himself as “an uncompromising, honest and free grillino, who wanted to carry on a revolution”. One “with clean hands”, as he blatantly shows in a hilarious auto-spot on Instagram. One “with destiny already sealed” because “completely out of it” lobby. “Massacred by the system of power while doing good for the country,” he swears. “He saved Italy without his knowledge”, comments Rodano with irony.
And between a tear of emotion on the day of the inauguration and the last blue car of the class chosen voluntarily among the many luxurious cars available (“A very dignified Alfa Giulietta”, too narrow for the escort), Toninelli gives a pearl among all . “I was about to be overwhelmed by the migration issue – remember -. One Saturday evening, together with the families of the condominium in which we live, the usual summer barbecue in the garden: I warned them that I was dealing with burning dossiers, that they touched a very strong system of power and money, and that they shouldn’t have believed to what, shortly thereafter, would be told and written about me. “” They would have painted me as a unable, an inept, and that they would also have doubts about who I really was “, was the (easy) prophecy of the then minister.” They would be unforgivable doubts “, is the poisonous footnote of Done. And if the doubt came there too …