Many children can no longer play in parks, why? Because there are drug dealers in the parks and these drug dealers are left where they are. The government is interested in arresting activists but does not arrest drug dealers who sell drugs at all hours of the day. In the parks you can find syringes on the ground, you can no longer spend a few hours relaxing in nature because all these people are there and deal. But the government doesn't seem to see them at all. The Italian government only sees activists trying to get people talking about the damage the climate is doing to all agriculture and the environment. The government is not interested in knowing how many people are in danger from landslides or river floods. The government is only interested in the activists to be arrested because they throw natural paints on the monuments or charcoal in the fountains. Are these things more harmful than people dealing drugs in every park in every city and country?
When drug dealers are arrested they are in jail for two days and then they get out and are free again and go again to deal drugs in the same places, as if nothing had happened. They are allowed to do whatever they want, anywhere, in the streets, parks, squares, anywhere. Citizens can no longer stay in parks, they can't take their children to play, they can't enjoy nature. This government does not think about the citizens. This government thinks only of activists. The scammers are free, the drug dealers are free and the activists are all in jail. Evidently this government has a somewhat strange idea of ​​what are the priorities of citizenship and citizens' lives.
I'd like to see happy children playing in the parks, smelling the flowers, running and having fun without being afraid of syringes in the meadows. On the other hand, children can no longer play in parks and I find this unfair and all administrations and governments should worry about the future of these children who can no longer play outdoors and cannot socialize. So why not put the drug dealers in jail and leave the activists alone? Activists are teaching us to think more about the climate, nature and the environment. They do it in an extreme way, it's true, but the message is the right one and the government should stop keeping real criminals free and clean up the parks of all this crap that we have to see every day in our cities, which have now become their territory , where criminals rule and not the police.


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. seekingdivineperspective
    May 22, 2023 @ 13:03:49

    Priorities have changed, haven’t they? We have the same thing going on in the U.S. Those in leadership seem to consider disagreeing with them a worse crime than murder.


  2. christinenovalarue
    May 23, 2023 @ 05:16:36



  3. leo f. brady
    May 23, 2023 @ 11:54:23

    This seems to be the prevalent governmental attitude towards crime throughout the Western world. I’m not sure about the rest of the world. It wasn’t always this way. Some posit this reflects a spiritual / moral decline in our societies today. Sounds good to me… But how do we turn this around? We can start by holding our individual representatives accountable in the many ways available. We can use the most powerful word – No. We can exercise non-violent, non-compliance with government edicts.
    Here are some ideas:
    Some of these actions have worked successfully in the past.
    If they don’t work then it gets a bit more tricky.;-)


    • Fairy Qu33n
      May 24, 2023 @ 07:20:10

      There are many actions that we can do in our daily behavior to change many things.
      I have written many posts about these actions. But people have a lot of habits and don’t want to change their lives but then if they drown in the rain or mud they get desperate.
      There are many theories that everyone explains but only actions are valid, a simple action like planting trees in the home gardens, not doing online shopping, not spending money or accumulating useless things,… These are just a few actions but it is difficult people read you or me because we are not famous. I’m Italian but my name is not Chiara Ferragni and therefore people listen to her, who sells things, and not me or you. And therefore many will drown in water, mud and fire. 😞


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