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The first part of my speech in Naples on 23 February 2008.

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Things must be a lot nicer in Canada if you can't figure this one out.

Maybe you didn't understand, but Naples was the capital of a Kingdom that once ruled all of southern Italy, sometimes Sicily too.

Then comes Italy, and Naples has been reduced to a pile of crap (excuse the vulgarity)! Bebbe's point was that Naples, the South, and Sicily suffered at the expense of Italian Unification. One of Europe's most wealthy cities is now among Europe's poorest. They physically moved machinery from southern factories to the north after unification. People were forced into a northern military where they didn't even understand the language of their "invaders." It was an invasion and its immediate effects were disastrous for the southern people and their economy. Nothing has changed, hundreds of years later, it's still the same. The North-South divide is obscenely obvious.

Why not do some research and see why people feel this way, instead of feeling offended.

I'm offended you missed the point!

Posted by: Carmine Esposito | March 10, 2008 04:10 AM

Why would anyone apologise to Campania for being part of Italy. As an Italo-Canadian I find that offensive!

Posted by: Adriano Galati | February 29, 2008 05:28 AM

ciao Beppe io sono in Australia e sono tanto contento quando tisento in qualche telegiornale, e come tratti i nostri politici e tidico che ai pienamente ragione per come ledici che sono loro i responsabile di tutto il disastro nazionale,
Berluscone e stato 5 anni alla magiornanza e cosa a fatto per i cittadini, niente,
lui e andato in politica che senno doveva scappare come Crax e no per il bene degli Italiani.
adesso ancora dice che lui vuole essere il nostro salvatore, solo tu puoi fare qualcosa ormai che sei sulla strada,
domanda da dove arrivano 350 milione di euro per il nuovo finanziamento, se arriva dal'aumento della benzina o del'irpef,
scusa ma io scrivo con rabia come tanti altri Italiani onesti e lavoratori, e no mafiosi e ladri,

Posted by: Luigi Greco | February 29, 2008 04:31 AM

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