The cursed saltarello or why we should be foolish

Carnival masks in Rome. © Charles Thibo
Carnival masks in Rome. © Charles Thibo

The bigot is powerless against the fool. The fool can speak freely since he has neither wealth nor reputation to lose. I can understand that you are frustrated or even frightened by the idea that the world’s only superpower might turn into a rogue state. Let’s not be frightened! Let’s be foolish! Let’s laugh into the face of the egocentric millionaire, the spoiled son of a rich daddy, the real estate agent turned into expert on immigration and macro-economics. He will soon find out that he is much less relevant than he and his supporters believe. And it will drive him mad!

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