“With this decree there are marriages in the South seriously at risk.” The joke is that of a Twitter user, the decree in question is the now infamous one against rave parties. In fact, the anti-musical gathering law is not only arousing criticism from the opposition, lashing against a provision that they have defined in the most disparate ways (“liberticida”, “Putinian gag”, “ridiculous and shameful”, just to name a few); social networks have also been unleashed for days against the new article 434bis of the Criminal Code which punishes those who organize and participate in rave parties with up to six years of imprisonment.
An invasion of memes and cartoons that is monopolizing Twitter and Facebook and making a mockery of the alleged shortcomings of the decree already published in the Official Gazette but that the Government will rush to modify in the coming days to channel its wide and therefore ‘dangerous’ scope.
To pull the ‘trip’ among the best was certainly the fifth fake amendment made with a lot of signature of the Minister of the Interior Matteo Piantedosi. A hoax that has misled many (perhaps because it was drafted even better than the original standard, who knows) and which made the new article of the penal code applicable to gatherings involving the use of “non-native music”.
For hours the users who fell into the trap wondered what the former prefect of Rome meant by non-native music, disturbing the autarchies of fascist memory, only to discover that the journalist Carmelo Palma had written that amendment, who confessed to having wanted to make fun of that prefectural juridical with which the original norm was written. Meanwhile, thousands of Twitter subscribers indignantly shared the fake fifth amendment by also launching the hashtag #musicaautoctona.
Fake news aside, memes and cartoons have been wasted and the anti-rave rule has been on trend topic for days. Among the most brilliant, as usual, are the social media managers of the Ryanair airline who tweet a crossed-out photo of an airplane and the caption: «n ^ passengers: 51 rave parties».
Then there are those on Twitter who touch it softly: «And anyway it would be time to ban these #raveparty full of drunk, half-naked people, overwhelmed by music, alcohol and who knows what else “, however, attaching the famous photo of Matteo Salvini in costume at the Papeete.
Then the irony of the legendary Osho is inevitable:
while Roobotika mocks Miss Silvani of Fantozzian memory:
Always on the piece the page Circumvesuviana. Guide to suppressions and unsolved mysteries which, as usual, interprets current events in a … Circumvesuviana key:
But there is also room for those who are in favor of the law or at least defend it from the attacks of the left by drawing out similarities with the first lockdown and with the severity that that government imposed on citizens, locked in their homes for three months, and the one that opposition today stigmatizes if addressed to participants in raves.
Outside the social network, a warning sign has appeared in Imperia. Given the kilometric lines due to the changes to the roads that every year affect the historic center of Imperia for the new oil festival, someone wanted to warn motorists and pedestrians:
Cartoonist Fabio Magnasciutti plays on the infinite interpretations of the number 50:
And there are also those who parody one of the most hilarious jokes in the Benigni Johnny Stecchino film:
The “definitive” cartoon, however, is perhaps that of Soppressatira:
A riot of memes and satire that, frankly, it was easy to expect for a decree written perhaps in a hurry, perhaps lily and that now the executive must hurry to modify in order not to run into tripping worse than a joke.
Friday, November 4th 2022 – 12:22 pm
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