Feminicidal madness is once again the main protagonist in our country. But what is happening in Italy? Why is this all happening?
Trani and Salsomaggiore are just the last two episodes of an endless massacre.
Furthermore, the violence continues unabated.
Women who are brutally beaten by husbands (it’s hard to call them that) or partners (even in this case the reasoning is the same).
Children who come between spouses to prevent their mother from being beaten.
Scenes of everyday rudeness.
But why is this happening?
There may not be a single answer, but there are several. Let’s try to find some.
Education in the family and at school is certainly an important starting point.
However, there is a problem that lies ahead of what we are talking about.
What is the family today?
Here too we could open a broad discussion, but we won’t.
The fact is that the family crisis itself brings with it many, too many problems that are sometimes no longer manageable.
School is always a good starting point, but the educational institution also urgently needs the help and cooperation of the family and the state.
In short, it is not easy, because everywhere there are deficiencies and gaps that need to be addressed, not from tomorrow but from today!
For example, the school was “deprived” of a subject that in the 80s and 90s formed the basis for teaching and disseminating civic sense, common sense.
What happened to this class called “Civics Education”?
Not having a civic education leads to not being polite and confusing the right thing with “I like it that way.”
A kind of crazy anarchy.
In Italy there is no longer any censorship in the highest sense of the word.
Singers and songs that praise hate, violence against women, the oppression of others, preferably women.
These are often the idols of younger people who, after a certain age, have a strong sense of imitation.
But we complain about the behavior or what today’s adults have become
But what examples did society give him?
Misconduct and violence in 360 degrees.
Then there is television, the Internet, social media, containers where scenes of violence are broadcast at any time, even on the news.
Because the message comes first.
There is no longer a life sentence.
Homicide or femicide, with penalties never equal to life imprisonment.
But how many years in prison would a woman or human being’s life deserve?
Can it be quantified?
The answer is no.
Life imprisonment doesn’t bring anyone back to life, but at least it doesn’t put a dangerous person, a murderer, back on the streets.
Even certainty of punishment and just punishment could be part of the educational process.
At least it would be a manifesto with a clear stance against those who commit the most heinous crimes.
The solution might be to make fewer commercials, fewer exaggerated statements, but a lot more concrete facts.