The Italian solution

After the Second World War, the problem arose of how to control the two nations in Europe that had been responsible for the outbreak of the conflict: about Germany, Allies decided to divide it into two separate states, while for Italy, which was considered less dangerous, they adopted a more refined solution, that is, to put it in the hands of a corrupt and incompetent political class in collusion with the Mafia.

Today, Germany is once again a single nation, while Italy is still in the hands of corrupt, incompetent, and mobsters. The “Italian” solution has proven to be the most effective.

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