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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

52 Replies to “Major protests expected across Italy today”

      • ~ty, Martin~
        ......I lurve Italy......

        These real ITALIANS might just be motivated to ditch their ChiCom financiers, and pitch the tardish invaders into the sea.

        • well .... if you have some time today then try to watch this video :

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          Virtual Jewish World: Pitigliano, Italy

          Located north of Rome, in Tuscany, Pitigliano is known for its Etruscan cave-tombs and fine wine. Noted tourist sites include the 16th century aqueduct and the narrow streets of the old Jewish ghetto.

          Jews settled in Pitigliano in the 15th century. The Jewish population continued to grow as Jews sought refuge there when they were forced out of the Papal State, after the Catholic Church’s counterreformational campaign was launched to segregate and humiliate the Jews. After Pope Paul IV’s 1555 bull cum nimis absurdum, which demanded, among other restrictions, ghettoization, some Jews fled the papal states to independent duchies where the atmosphere was freer. Pitigliano was particularly attractive because it was not far from Rome and because of the laissez-faire social policies of the Orsini, the aristocratic family in charge of this part of Tuscany. Protected by the Orsini family, the Jewish community flourished and the city became known as La Piccola Gerusalemme or “Little Jerusalem.”

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          https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/pitigliano-italy-jewish-history-tour

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          Italy’s ‘Little Jerusalem’ Opens The Doors To Jewish History

          […]Outside of Israel, Italy is believed to have the oldest continuing Jewish presence of any country – more than 2,000 years — with catacombs and a synagogue from ancient Rome, as well as synagogues from the Middle Ages, to the Baroque period and the 20th century.

          One of the most unique sites is a medieval town in Tuscany — Pitigliano, also known as Little Jerusalem.

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          https://www.npr.org/sections/parallels/2014/09/14/348002796/italys-little-jerusalem-opens-the-doors-to-jewish-history

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          VIDEO – WALKING IN PITIGLIANO, ITALY:

          Enjoy walk through one of Tuscany’s most beautiful hill town, Pitigliano.

          This walking tour was filmed on July 4th, 2019.

          For an even more immersive experience, be sure to put on your headphones and listen in 3D audio.

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