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Umberto Tiboni
Umberto Tiboni

Umberto Tiboni. The finding of the premises suitable for the Mondo Beat Movement, The Cave, and its management


Milan, June 15 - end July, 1967

- Dissolution of the Mondo Beat Movement -
- Mondo Beat N. 5 (Issue 7) - end July 1967 - edition: number of copies unknown



As I said earlier, on June 15, 1967, I dissolved the Mondo Beat Movement. I did it officially, at Taverna Crota Piemunteisa, in the presence of half a dozen writers and intellectuals. Everyone asked to publish a last issue of the magazine, to leave the memory of the destruction of Mondo Beat. I have not seen the need, since newspapers and magazines, in Italy and abroad, have written about the destruction of Mondo Beat. Even more, I said that the Magazine, without the support of the Movement, had no valence. But they insisted, and eventually I succumbed to their insistence, so as not to seem authoritarian. However, to emphasize my disagreement, I stated that I did not want to prepare this last issue, while I had conceived and prepared the previous six issues.
Having to assign this task to someone, as all the capable youths in the Movement were scattered or in prison, I could not assign this task to anyone else, but to Gianni De Martino, a spy that the secret services kept in my ribs (of course, I didn't suspect he was a spy). So, one day after the dissolution of the Movement, I introduced Gianni De Martino to Giangiacomo Feltrinelli. Feltrinelli was a famous editor who had told me about his availability to provide support for publishing and distributing issues of the Mondo Beat magazine, given the inability of Mondo Beat itself, due to the military destruction of its facilities. Nor did I suspect that Giangiacomo Feltrinelli was a Mossad agent. As Cicero says "The nobler a man, the harder it is for him to suspect inferiority in others" - and I was noble at the time of Mondo Beat.
And now it is the case that i write something about Giangiacomo Feltrinelli and the interference of the Zionists in the affairs of the Contestation.

The Zionist lobby and the Contestation

Generally speaking, the Zionists would not have a great power if the Catholic Church, the Lutheran and other Reformed Churches, the Orthodox Churches, hadn't granted power to them transversely. This, the Christian Churches have done and do, because otherwise they would not be able to bind the mass of the people to the dated, sadomasochistic game of the Messiah of the Jews nailed to the Cross of the Roman Empire. The best strategy, to prevent people from turning away from the Cross, is to weaken people to the point of exhaustion. Thus, people are left at the mercy of the Zionists. As proof that the Zionist power derives from the Christian Churches, there is evidence that where the Christian Churches have no power, the Zionists do not even have it (Japan, China, Islamic societies).
On the other hand, when, say the Vatican, needs the help of the Zionists to carry out a dirty operation, the Vatican can rely on them. This was the case concerning the Contestation.
Having the Contestation broken out in the Milanese schools in October '67, then having spread among ordinary people in Italy in the same year, the Vatican was almost suffocated by it. When the Contestation reached Paris on May '68, for the Vatican it was a relief that the Zionists exploited it with a resounding campaign in their media, producing Herbert Marcuse as the theoretician and Daniel Cohn-Bendit as the hero of the Contestation. This Zionist campaign would have created a state of confusion regarding the Contestation in the Italian public and somehow less pressure on the Vatican. And then, one more relief for the Vatican was the mere fact that Marcuse and Cohn-Bendit were Jews, because this would have provoked an aversion against the Contestation in many people, since many people don't like Jews (or am I wrong?). And finally, with a resounding media campaign on "the 68", aimed at confusing the true story of the Contestation, which was not born in France in 68, but in Italy in 67, the Vatican would have pushed the Contestation as far as possible from itself. And this misleading media campaign on "the 68" lasts until today, aimed to make young Italians believe that the Contestation was an exotic fruit of French culture, with few implications in Italy, where almost everything was a fashion imported from United States and India.
I will make a profile of the most notorious characters who have exploited the events of the Contestation to their advantage and, consequently, for the benefit of the Vatican. They were not the expression of a "Jewish intelligentsia", but a product of the Zionist media run by the Zionist usurers, those usurers to whom the Christian Churches deliver the people to prevent them from turning away from the Cross.

Giangiacomo Feltrinelli & Herbert Marcuse

Giangiacomo Feltrinelli was a famous publisher, who knew a world success with the novels "The Leopard", by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, and "Doctor Zhivago", by Boris Pasternak. Feltrinelli was a vanguard communist, a well-known friend of Fidel Castro, also a secret link between Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, in the days when Guevara operated in the bush in Bolivia. Behind all this, Giangiacomo Feltrinelli was a Mossad agent, as it was revealed by Senator Giovanni Pellegrino, who was at the head of an Italian state commission that investigated on terrorism. I write about all of this, to let you understand who Giangiacomo Feltrinelli was, but it has nothing to do with the Contestation, directly or indirectly.
Melchiorre Gerbino met Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, for the first time, on the day of the destruction of the Tent City of Mondo Beat. On that occasion, Gerbino went to Feltrinelli's publishing house and asked after him. They did not know each other personally, but Feltrinelli immediately left his room and warmly received Gerbino. Gerbino asked Feltrinelli if he was willing to go, surrounded by photojournalists, in the field where the Tent City had been destroyed, to receive a truncheon blow by the military, in sign of solidarity towards Mondo Beat. Feltrinelli seemed to have fun with this proposal and decided to do it that very evening. But the next day, when they met again, Feltrinelli told Gerbino he had changed his mind. He had decided to mobilize people from the world of culture, to prepare a solidarity document for Mondo Beat. On that occasion, he told of his availability for the printing and the distribution of more issues of the magazine Mondo Beat. He owned several printing houses and a chain of bookstores all over the Italian territory. So, a few days later, when it was decided to publish a last issue of the Mondo Beat magazine, Gerbino went back to Feltrinelli. The two agreed that the editorial staff of Mondo Beat would deliver the articles for publication, while Feltrinelli would print and sell this last issue at his own benefit. After that, the relationship between Feltrinelli and Mondo Beat had to be considered concluded. But this was not the case. A few months after Melchiorre Gerbino had left Milan and had returned to his journeys, Giangiacomo Feltrinelli felt entitled to do business with the Contestation, with which he had had nothing to deal, and he did together with Herbert Marcuse (by chance, another Jew).
"Ladies and gentlemen, here's Herbert Marcuse, the theoretician of the Contestation!" (standing ovation).
Herbert Marcuse, of which Melchiorre Gerbino hasn't read a single word, nor never will, has nothing to deal with the Contestation. A jackal. Herbert Marcuse the classic Zionist jackal.
In 1972, Giangiacomo Feltrinelli died of a very tragic death, most likely killed by secret services, most likely by the Italian ones.

Giangiacomo Feltrinelli and Herbert Marcuse had nothing to deal with the Contestation, but the role of the jackals
Giangiacomo Feltrinelli and Herbert Marcuse having done business with the Contestation. They had nothing to deal with the Contestation, but the role of the jackals, for the benefit not only of themselves but also of the Vatican.

Daniel Cohn-Bendit

Another jackal, who interfered in the events of the Contestation, was Daniel Cohn-Bendit. He did absolutely nothing remarkable before and during the events of May 1968 in France, but the Zionists had to produce a heroic character for the occasion. Not having one close at hand, they picked up Daniel Cohn-Bendit from Germany and put him under the spotlight in Paris.
When the French anarchists saw Daniel Cohn-Bendit under the spotlight, they asked "Who is this German Jew!?"
But then the Zionists created small groups of people who shouted here and there "We are all German Jews! We are all German Jews!" - and from that day on, they have repeated and repeated this refrain in the media that they control, with their disgusting style of carpet sellers.

Daniel Cohn-Bendit did nothing extraordinary before and during the events of May 1968 in France, but the jackal
The heroic Daniel Cohn-Bendit, who did nothing extraordinary before and during the events of May 1968 in France, but the jackal.


But the Contestation, that upsets the Vatican since its first appearance, now affects also the Zionists, who believed to be able to take advantage from it. A phenomenon occurs, of which the Israeli press tells a bit here and there, but never in an exhaustive manner, while the international Zionist media network does not talk about it at all. The fact is that young Israeli Jews shout "Heil Hitler!". This phenomenon occurs impromptu, especially among secondary school students, despite these youths being fined. I have read about it in Twitter, @yourjewishnews, the year 2012.
It is not the case that I try to make a philosophical analysis of this phenomenon. I leave this task to Bernard-Henry Lévi. I just want to say that Melchiorre Gerbino loves these young Israeli Jews, who shout "Heil Hitler!" when they can no longer bear parents, teachers, shimonperes. Melchiorre Gerbino loves them as much as he has loved the best youths from Mondo Beat. Paradoxically, indeed paradoxical is the Contestation, these youths make us hope for a better fate for the Jews and for the world.
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I want to say also something more about the Vatican, by telling the personal story of Gianni De Martino, the spy who infiltrated Mondo Beat and was given the commitment to prepare this last issue of the Magazine. I want to tell about him since his story shows to which extent the Vatican can exploit those wretches who are at its mercy. It is interesting to read about this, but nevertheless it is not essential and can be ignored, because it has not had so much interference to condition the course of the Mondo Beat Movement and the Contestation. have a look.


Mondo Beat N. 5 (Issue 7) - end July 1967 - edition: number of copies unknown


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What to say about this last issue of Mondo Beat magazine?
In the front page there is an interesting article, written by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, "The strike was successful" (Lo sciopero è riuscito). With this article, Feltrinelli tried to dress the longhairs of Mondo Beat in the uniforms of the Red Army (he played the communist, while working for the Mossad) but this article has historic value because Feltrinelli described how the youths of Mondo Beat have pledged in Florence after the flood.
Here, an excerpt from the article by Feltrinelli

The youths of Mondo Beat were the first rescuers after the Florence Flood
Giangiacomo Feltrinelli on the rescue of Florence by the youth of Mondo Beat

Giangiacomo Feltrinelli wrote: "To say that longhairs do not want to work isn't true. We saw them in Florence after the flood, while they were doing their utmost to remove rubble, mud or debris, when government representatives, the officials, did not dare walk down the streets, for not to dirty their shoes". (Note that Mondo Beat youths have worked as volunteers for more than a month, without receiving compensation and, in their example, hundreds of other young people, from Italy and from many parts of Europe, would have rushed to Florence, to save works of art and documents of universal heritage. In fact, in Florence, the youths of Mondo Beat wrote the most noble page in the history of the Movement).

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On page 9, there is a pompous statement by Andrea Valcarenghi about his conscientious objection to mandatory military service. This ended in a farce because, imprisoned, after 2 weeks of psychological pressure, he not only wore the military uniform, but also ended up collaborating with the Italian intelligence services. So, later, when Melchiorre Gerbino was traveling the world, the Italian secret services asked Andrea Valcarenghi to write a book with which he would have declared that Melchiorre Gerbino had sold Mondo Beat magazine to editor Giangiacomo Feltrinelli and had fled with the money, causing a fracture in the Mondo Beat Movement and its decline. The first edition of this book by Andrea Valcarenghi, titled "Underground: a pugno chiuso!" (Underground with a clenched fist!) was hugely publicized, it lacked little that it was included among the texts of the compulsory school.
Here, I want to reproduce a copy of Mondo Beat's sales document, to deny the statements of Andrea Valcarenghi and of others who have said that Melchiorre Gerbino sold, or somehow he delivered, Mondo Beat magazine to editor Giangiacomo Feltrinelli and, by doing this, he caused a fracture in the Mondo Beat Movement and its decline.
First of all, I want to affirm that the Mondo Beat Movement never experienced a decline, but always synergies and growth, so much so that the Moro Government had to employ the military to destroy it, And now I want to say what happened to the Mondo Beat magazine. In fact, it happened that Giuseppe Simone, a wine merchant in Milan, who had been a classmate of Melchiorre Gerbino in secondary schools in Calatafimi, their hometown, having realized that Melchiorre Gerbino lacked the money to return to travel, sent him a mutual friend, Giuseppe Bica, also from Calatafimi, with the purpose of buying the magazine Mondo Beat. Melchiorre Gerbino, who had not wanted to sell the Mondo Beat magazine to a political party that was willing to buy it at any price, agreed to sell it to his friend for a little money. Then Giuseppe Bica, commissioned by Giuseppe Simone, contacted another mutual friend from Calatafimi, Salvatore Scandariato, a lawyer at the Milan Bar, to accompany them to a notary and assist them in the deed of sale. And so it was how 4 Sicilian friends from Calatafimi saved the honor of the magazine Mondo Beat and handed this magazine over to the myth.

How 4 Sicilian friends from Calatafimi saved the honor of the magazine Mondo Beat and handed this magazine over to the myth
Copy of the notarial deed of sale of the magazine Mondo Beat


Giuseppe Simone, a classmate of Melchiorre Gerbino in secondary schools in Callatafimi
Giuseppe Simone

Giuseppe Simone, the classmate of Melchiorre Gerbino in secondary schools in Calatafimi. He symbolically bought the magazine Mondo Beat and kept the copies of the issues of the magazine, which he returned after 30 years, in perfect conditions, to Melchiorre Gerbino.


Andrea Valcarenghi, the son of a billionaire who wanted play the revolutionary and ended up trapped by the Italian secret services
Melchiorre Gerbino and the shameful Andrea Valcarenghi.

Under the sign "CHIEDIAMO I DIRITTI CIVILI" (We want to affirm the civil rights) there are Melchiorre Gerbino and Andrea Valcarenghi (with glasses) on the occasion of Mondo Beat rally of 8 April 1967. At that date, Melchiorre Gerbino had not yet understood that Andrea Valcarenghi was a malicious idiot and let him stay by his side.
As I have said, Andrea Valcarenghi, the son of a billionaire, wanted play the revolutionary, but ended up trapped by the Italian secret services, which would have ordered him to perform the most shameful operations. But he was also sent to worship Guru Rajneesh, aka Osho, who would have reduced him to his service as his representative in Italy. Those were the days of the Cold War, when the Soviet secret services were capturing, in the Western World, the weak youths of rich people and reduced them under their command, as they did, for example, with Patricia Hearst. So, to avoid this situation, the capitalists have sent the weak youths of rich people to India, to worship the gurus. Andrea Valcarenghi was in the number. So, being an energetic idiot, he has served both the Italian secret services and the Indian gurus.

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On the back cover (page 12) there is a satirical drawing by Guido Crepax. With this, Guido Crepax, a famous artist, has joked on Corriere della Sera, who had written that the Beats had the habit of playing their underage girls at dice.

Otherwise, on the contents of this last issue, there is to say that those who insisted for the publication of this issue have shown great indignation towards the Italian government, due to the destruction of Mondo Beat, but, being strangers to the Contestation, they didn't write about it, nor they had the perception of the imminent propagation of the Contestation through the mass. So, I do not want to bore the reader by commenting further.
Good games don't last long.

Franco Sapi was a writer and photographer, the owner of the agency of the same name
Melchiorre Gerbino and Gunilla Unger leave Milan. In this picture, they are together with Franco Sapi.


Those who made the history of the Mondo Beat Movement and gave birth to the Contestation

Those who gave birth to the Contestation
Those who made the history of the Mondo Beat Movement and gave birth to the Contestation

Those who gave birth to the Contestation
The Mondo Beat Movement and the Contestation


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