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Matteo Guarnaccia, the worst of all the impostors who have written and talked about the history of Mondo Beat and of the Contestation.

 Melchiorre 'Paolo' Gerbino, leader of the Mondo Beat Movement
by Melchiorre Paolo Gerbino
the director of 'Mondo Beat' magazine
- leader of the Contestation

(cliccare qui se si vuole leggere questo articolo in italiano)

Matteo Guarnaccia,treating the history of Mondo Beat,shows an approach of stupidity mixed with malice
Matteo Guarnaccia, "Beat e Mondo Beat" and a lot more of misinformation in cahoots with Gianni De Martino and Felice Pesoli

(Note: all images published by Melchiorre Gerbino are documented images of press agencies, newspapers and magazines, unless otherwise specified)

Among the impostors who have dealt with the history of Mondo Beat and the Contestation, Matteo Guarnaccia is the most despicable, since he shows an approach of stupidity mixed with mischievousness.
He was too young to participate in the youth revolt in the 60s, so he says that he was so precocious that when he was 14 he hitchhiked up and down from Milan to Amsterdam, the two most important cities of the nonviolent youth revolt in Europe, to participate. And he wants us to believe it!
But, in fact, he published a book "Beat e Mondo Beat", Stampa Alternativa, 1996, where he wrote so much misinformation about Mondo Beat that you do not know where to start making adjustments. And he did not do it for the purpose of mystifying the history of Mondo Beat, but because he wrote about Mondo Beat having listened here and there and in particular from Fernanda Pivano, a CIA agent and police spy. Because of his superficiality, Matteo Guarnaccia did not realize that he could find the thread of the history of Mondo Beat if he had consulted newspapers and magazines of that time. All the newspapers in Italy, with many titles in large letters, many images of it, wrote of a rally of Mondo Beat, March 7, 1967, which paralyzed the heart of Milan for two hours of evening traffic (This, to contest the Establishment that hindered the distribution of the magazine Mondo Beat. This, the baptism of fire of the Contestation). Of this, nothing in "Beat e Mondo Beat " by Matteo Guarnaccia

The Rally to contest the Establishment was the baptism of fire of the Contestation
Mondo Beat "Rally to contest the Establishment" - Milan, March 7, 1967
Melchiorre Gerbino, the director of the magazine Mondo Beat, whose distribution was hampered by the Establishment with futile pretexts, wanted the "Rally to contest the Establishment". He organized this public event and took part on it. Mondo Beat was a magazine regularly registered at the Milan Chamber of Commerce, at the Lombardy Order of Journalists, at the Court of Milan.

Autorizzazione Mondo Beat dal Tribunale di Milano, N.32 del 30.1.1967
Documentation of the fortnightly "Mondo Beat"

Neither Matteo Guarnaccia in "Beat e Mondo Beat" wrote something about the commitment of Mondo Beat for the affirmation of civil rights in Italy, which was heroic, since the youngsters of Mondo Beat have faced the Milan Police Headquarters, which, to send them away from Milan, penalized them with compulsory expulsion orders (fogli di via obbligatori), which were unconstitutional, since they deprived the freedom of citizens who had not committed any crime. But if you did not comply with those injunctions and you were caught by the police once more in Milan, you were sentenced to one month in jail by the judiciary, then to three months in case of recidivism, then to six...

Alfio D'Agosta has glued on a placard the document of the mandatory expulsion order, that he has received, and walks toward Piazza Duomo, the center of Milan, to contest the Police Headquarters

Unusual protest of a longhair in Piazza del Duomo      At the police headquarters they had not the courage to 
	put Alfio D'Agosta in prison, since the news of his action was reported internationally
Alfio D'Agosta, nicknamed Judas (Giuda), performing the most exemplary action in the history of Mondo Beat.

In the placard that Alfio D'Agosta showed it was written "Stay apart from me! I am dangerous! The Police Headquarters sanctioned my free man awareness"
They arrested Alfio D'Agosta, but at the police headquarters they did not have the courage to put Alfio D'Agosta in jail, as the news of his action had been reported internationally. So, they sent him by air to Sicily, to his parents, but it did not take long for Alfio to return to Milan.

They were 3 youngsters of the Base of Mondo Beat   Ronny and Eros Alesi in one of the funniest photos of the history of Mondo Beat
Left picture, Eros Alesi, Morgan and Cristo di Monza contesting the Police Headquarters in Piazza Duomo
Right picture, behind the left window of the police van, there is Ronny and behind him, Eros Alesi (*).

The four, who contested the Police Headquarters in Piazza Duomo, hadn't received any compulsory expulsion order, because they had their residence registered in Milan, however they could be imprisoned on the pretext of resisting the police. These are the two funniest photos among the thousands of photos of the history of Mondo Beat.
You had to have great courage to face the Milan Police Headquarters, because when you were brought there, there were not all peaches and dandelions.
(*) Note: Eros Alesi, at Mondo Beat nicknamed Pasticca (Tablet), is the famous poet who committed suicide in Rome when he was 20 years old. At the moment these pictures of him were taken in Milan he was 16 years old.

The Rally while proceeding along Corso Vittorio Emanuele   The affirmation of civil rights was the cornerstone of the Mondo Beat Movement   Those were the days of the Vietnam War

Left picture, the first is Eros Alesi, carrying a sign that reads "Is the law equal for all?" (La legge é uguale per tutti?). Melchiorre Gerbino is next to Eros Alesi.
Picture in the center, Melchiorre Gerbino and Andrea Valcarenghi (wearing glasses) pictured under the sign "We want to affirm civil rights " (Chiediamo i diritti civili).
Right picture, the tarpaulin reads "Italy is our Vietnam - The cops are like the Americans" (Il nostro Vietnam é l'Italia - Gli americani = i poliziotti)
All 3 photos were taken during a Mondo Beat rally on April 8th 1967.
Indeed, the affirmation of civil rights was the cornerstone of the Mondo Beat Movement.
Marco Maria Sigiani, the most informed and original young man (18) in the editorial staff of Mondo Beat magazine, mentioned Mario Savio who said that it is much easier to be aware of the oppression that others suffer rather than perceive our own, that fighting for the affirmation of the rights of others does not cause the sense of awareness that comes from rebellion to our environment.
This was the reason why, being director in charge of the magazine Mondo Beat and leader in the public events of the Movement, Melchiorre Gerbino would have been drastic with his conduct. In the magazine, no exaltation of the American Beat Generation, since such an exaltation wouldn't serve the cause of the affirmation of civil rights in Italy, on the contrary, it would confuse more and more the already confused Italian provincials (and this was the job that the agent of the CIA Fernanda Pivano was doing). In the square, no gatherings for North Vietnam, as they were exploited by the Italian Communist Party, whose youths were bigots like the Catholic ones.
At Mondo Beat, there were no distractions from the commitment to assert civil rights in Italy

The old Swedish coat that Melchiorre Gerbino wore,would become an emblem,others would have worn similar coats in producing actions for the affirmation of civil rights in Italy
Mondo Beat submits a complaint to the Court of Milan against the Police Headquarters

After the submission of this complain against the Police Headquarters, the old Swedish leather coat that Melchiorre Gerbino wore, would become an emblem, others would have worn similar leather coats in legal actions for the affirmation of civil rights in Italy.
Of such a commitment of Mondo Beat for the affirmation of civil rights, which was unprecedented, nothing in "Beat e Mondo Beat" by Matteo Guarnaccia. Only stupidities in that publication.

And only stupidities about the tent city of Mondo Beat, which sparked a sexual revolution in Italy, the only real revolution that has happened in this country.
I must premise that the phenomenon of young people, who fled from home and came to Milan to join the youths of Mondo Beat, had began in December 1966, less than two months after the foundation of the Mondo Beat Movement (which occurred on October 15, 1966). Here some excerpts from articles which appeared in the Italian press in December 1966

The unbelievable story of a young Sardinian thief who donated to the Beats the jewels that he stole in hotels
(December 1966. Extracts from articles about young people who fled their homes to join the Mondo Beat Movement)

In the articles reproduced above, the faces of the young are sad, because the photos were taken in police commands, where they were brought after being arrested, before being returned to their parents or locked up in juvenile prisons. The call that Mondo Beat exerted on the very young was irresistible, because they felt that Mondo Beat was triggering a real revolution, that would change society, and they wanted to participate.
But with the opening of Barbonia City, the number of young escaping from home increased enormously. In Barbonia City everyone could set up a tent, or sleep in a sleeping bag or lying in a blanket or on the grass, without having to pay or identify. And then hundreds and hundreds of young people from all over Italy, all social classes, ran away from home and came to Barbonia City, many were girls, maybe even more than boys. And hundreds of parents have come to Barbonia City in search of their children. Hundreds of Milanese students have visited Barbonia City and many of them have attended it assiduously. Youths from different European countries arrived in Barbonia City, many from France. American and Australian travelers, who were visiting Italy, have set up their tents in Barbonia City.
Barbonia City was inaugurated on May 1, 1967. Here a photo, taken right at the beginning, which shows the impact that Barbonia City had on people

The sexual revolution promoted by Mondo Beat was interclassist therefore more and more appreciated by the people
Onlookers that from the very beginning of Barbonia City crowded beyond the barbed wire that fenced the field.

The land on which the tent city stood was rented, for the duration of 4 months, with the proceeds of the magazine Mondo Beat, which was with accounts in surplus, although it refused to advertise and received no subsidies whatsoever. It was fenced in barbed wire to forbid access to cops in uniform, if they did not have a search warrant issued by the magistracy.

Barbonia City lasted 42 days, before being destroyed by the military, by order of the Moro government behind the scenes, and, behind the Moro government, by order of the Vatican.

On 10 June 1967 Barbonia City suffered a first attack by police and carabinieri, coordinated by the secret services and supported by a press campaign of Corriere della Sera, Corriere d'Informazione and La Notte, three leading newspapers.
The plan to destroy Barbonia City was conceived with the staging of a mother who, having come to look for her son and having been brutally rejected, would have asked for help from public order. Then more than one hundred policemen and carabinieri would have invaded the tent city. Some of those military, disguised as longhairs, would have hired karate fights with athletic policemen selected for the purpose, while dozens of normal cops would have chased boys and girls, most of them in bathing suits, to handcuff them and take them to cellular vans. But what finally the plan foresaw was the destruction of the tent city, by setting fire to all tents. For this purpose, agents of the secret services, disguised as workers and fathers of the family, indignant at the scandal that gave the tent city, would encourage onlookers, among whom they would be dislocated, to invade the tent city and set fire to the tents. In fact, the secret agents could not set fire to dozens of tents without at least one common person being arrested for arson. But nobody, among the hundreds of onlookers, moved. Thus the Vatican's plan to destroy Barbonia City by popular fury failed. The military, however, did not go away empty-handed because 16 leading elements of the Movement, among them Umberto Tiboni, were taken to prison. Melchiorre Gerbino was released because in those hours the Six Day War raged between Israelis and Arabs and they feared that without his conduction, which was equidistant from both belligerents, the Movement could have diverted to pro-Arab and anti-Zionist positions

The secret services purpose was to set fire to all the tents and let the reactionary press to describe it as an event of popular fury
The military attack against the Tent City of Mondo Beat, Barbonia City, on June 10, 1967

The Vatican, not having been able to destroy the tent city with the intrigues of the Italian secret services, resorted to the Italian magistracy. So, a certain deputy prosecutor Veltri, of whom I have never been able to know the name of baptism, nor if he really existed, would have ordered the destruction of the tent city, which would have occurred 36 hours after the first attempt had failed. To make the operation completely illegal, the soldiers entered the tent city at night, while, by law, they had to wait for the dawn. In the tent city there were only 52 people (half of whom were secret agents and spies) the hundreds of young people who used to sleep in Barbonia City had turned away, as it was foreseeable that the military would have raided

The holy men of the Vatican, having failed to destroy Barbonia City with the intrigues of the Italian secret services, did so with the intrigues of the magistracy
Destruction, by order of the magistracy, of the Tent City of Mondo Beat, Barbonia City, on June 12, 1967

I will not produce here more documentation about Barbonia City, since its history has made rivers of ink flow. But to show how the people appreciated more and more the sexual revolution promoted by the Contestation, which was kind, ironic, interclassist, here is a photo, published in the sixth issue of the magazine Mondo Beat (n.4, p. 9, of 31 May 1967)

The daily Il Giorno was receptive to our request and has sent every day 50 kg of spaghetti to Barbonia City
"Bring 50 kg of spaghetti every day to the Tent City of Mondo Beat, Via Ripamonti. Help us to contest you!" - and the daily Il Giorno was receptive and sent every day 50 kg of spaghetti to Barbonia City.

But nothing in "Beat e Mondo Beat" by Matteo Guarnaccia on the profound changes that Mondo Beat's Tent City has produced in Italian society.
Indeed, after the destruction of Barbonia City, which was endorsed by the whole of Italian politics, the political parties, which had been the fixed axis of youth intellectual orientation, would have been abandoned by the young. This would have caused an earthquake in Italian politics, because some polical parties would have disappeared, others would have formed and these new ones would have been motivated by the themes of the Contestation. At the same time an earthquake in the Italian press would have happened. Of the three major newspapers that made a misleading and hateful campaign against the youth of Mondo Beat, two would have failed due to lack of readers - Corriere d'Informazione and La Notte - while Corriere della Sera would have lost so much weight that the market conditions would materialize for the launch of two new newspapers, Il Giornale and La Repubblica. In fact, the Corriere della Sera, from an international newspaper of the first rank, would be reduced to a second class newspaper.

And nothing at all in "Beat e Mondo Beat", by Matteo Guarnaccia, about the most glorious page in the history of Mondo Beat, that is, the rescue of Florence after the flood of November 1966.
I want to recall that glorious page of the history of Mondo Beat.
On the morning of November 4, 1966, in Milan there were rumors that the river Arno had burst its banks and flooded Florence. Then the news was confirmed by the media.
Such a tragic event offered a double opportunity to Mondo Beat's youth, that is, to go to the rescue of a wealth of art and culture of universal heritage and to escape the manhunt in Milan to which they were subjected by the police. Thus, the youths of Mondo Beat, who at that time were about two hundred, flocked to Florence, where they arrived as first rescuers. They were baptized mud angels (angeli del fango) by the press, because of their long hair and the generosity with which they committed themselves. At the sight of their images, reproduced in newspapers in Italy and beyond the Alps, hundreds of other young people have rushed to Florence, from all Italy and several parts of Europe and also young Australians and Americans who were visiting the Old Continent (among them, Ted Kennedy).
Here is an excerpt of an article by the well-known publisher Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, who wrote the editorial of the latest issue of Mondo Beat magazine, where he gave testimony of the rescue of Florence by the youth of Mondo Beat (note that they committed themselves without being paid).

The publisher Giangiacomo Feltrinelli gives testimony of the rescue of a heritage of art and culture by the youth of Mondo Beat
(Excerpt from Mondo Beat n. 5, p. 1, end July 1967, from the editorial by Giangiacomo Feltrinelli)

And here are two newspapers extracts which give testimony on how hundreds of young Italians and foreigners have rushed to rescue Florence

The youths of Mondo Beat were the first responders to rescue a patrimony of art and culture in Florence   Youths of Mondo Beat and young foreigners were the first responders to rescue a patrimony of art and culture in Florence
Columns of young people in Florence, to help the city to revive - They descend in the darkness of the mud for love of books and Florence

Mondo Beat, which had been founded just three weeks before the Florence Flood, was based on the international experience of 3 of its 4 founders

 The founders of Mondo Beat
Melchiorre Paolo Gerbino, Gunilla Unger, Vittorio Di Russo, Umberto Tiboni, the founders of Mondo Beat

Vittorio Di Russo (born in Scauri di Minturno, Lazio, on 12 August 1936), who was the one who brought the torch of youth revolt from Amsterdam to Milan, had been 10 years on the road before the foundation of Mondo Beat. He spoke fluent Italian, French, German.
Melchiorre Paolo Gerbino (born in Calatafimi, Sicily, on 30 August 1939), who formulated and field tested the models of the Contestation, had been more than 5 years on the road before the foundation of Mondo Beat. He spoke fluent Italian, French, Swedish, discreetly English and Spanish, had studied Latin and Greek.
Gunilla Unger, the Swedish companion of Melchiorre Gerbino (born in Solna, Stockholm, on 10 March 1945), although she was not physically present at the time of the foundation of Mondo Beat, must be counted among the founders, because she was the reference of the first girls who joined Mondo Beat, and girls at Mondo Beat would have been very numerous and of many nationalities. Gunilla Unger spoke fluent Swedish, Italian, English, French, German and also knew Latin.
Umberto Tiboni (born in Sesto San Giovanni, Lombardy, on 19 February 1941), who directed the headquarters of the Mondo Beat Movement, the famous "Cava", had not yet undertaken trips and was the only one of the 4 founders who had no international experience.

Returning now to the rescue of Florence after the flood, it must be considered that in those weeks when the young people of Mondo Beat committed themselves, they fraternized with those young Europeans, Americans, Australians, who, by their example, had also come in Florence. And so many of those young foreigners would have come to Milan, to Mondo Beat, and a part of them would have participated in the history of the Movement. This the reason why Mondo Beat was called a "Movement of World Citizens" and Milan, in that season, the "Capital of Europe". Here the excerpt of an article that testifies it

Guido Boursier gives testimony that in the Mondo Beat Movement there were Italians from all regions and Frenchmen, Germans and Englishmen
Guido Boursier gives testimony of how Mondo Beat was an international movement

Also consider that Onda Verde (Green Wave) had merged with Mondo Beat. It is true that Onda Verde had no numerical value (they were at most twenty youths) but among them there were young people of great intellectual value, such as Antonio Pilati, Gianfranco Sanguinetti, Marco Maria Sigiani, whose articles made the wind of counter-information blow from the pages of Mondo Beat, consequently the magazine became very popular in schools in Milan (and from those schools the mass contestation would have spread after the destruction of Mondo Beat).

Marco Maria Sigiani and Andrea Valcarenghi in vintage photos, Gianfranco Sanguinetti and Antonio Pilati in more recent
Marco Maria Sigiani, Gianfranco Sanguinetti, Andrea Valcarenghi, Antonio Pilati, the founders of the Onda Verde group.

On the occasion of the merging of Onda Verde with Mondo Beat (December 15, 1966), the provos of the anarchist section "Sacco e Vanzetti" merged also. From that moment on, there was only an unitary movement in Milan, which became the beacon of youth revolt in Europe, since the Dutch Provo Movement was already quite exhausted

The 'Sacco e Vanzetti' provos were all Milanese students
Provos "Sacco e Vanzetti". The placard reads "Let's arm the police with flowers"

Born of such a Movement, the Contestation, that is "nonviolent mass action for the affirmation of civil rights and for the protection of the environment in the nuclear age", would have proved to be an active model in the process of globalization.
The Contestation would have spread in Italy for years, with such an impact that the power, for containing the masses, had to resort to explosion of bombs in banks, on trains, in railway stations, in public squares crowded with people.
Because of the Contestation, the Vatican would have experienced an irreversible decline of its power, which can be understood if one considers that a feminist entered the Basilica of St. Peter holding the sign "L'utero è mio e lo gestisco io!" (The womb is mine and I manage it myself!).
The Contestation would have spread in France (La Contestation), where General Charles de Gaulle, a nuclear polluter, had to flee the Palace of the Elysee; the sign shown during the French May "La fantaisie au pouvoir!" (The fantasy in power!) would have been the one, among the thousands, that would have best symbolized the spirit of the Contestation. After France, the Contestation would have spread, here and there, everywhere in the world, most recently in the Islamic world (the Arab Spring) and it is evident how its motivations have become part of the common universal consciousness.
The merit of the birth of the Contestation should not be attributed exclusively to the Mondo Beat Movement.
It must be said that, being the Mondo Beat Movement younger than the Free Speech Movement and the Provo Movement, the influence exerted by these two movements on Mondo Beat at its origins was great. Indeed, before the birth of the Mondo Beat Movement, the models of the protest of the Free Speech Movement and the models of the provocation of the Provo Movement, had already sensitized the categories of youths and intellectuals to the affirmation of universal human rights and environmental protection.
But, because of its recurring cycles, History would have assigned the task of sensitizing and mobilizing the masses to an Italian movement. In fact, the Contestation was born in Milan and spread there, in the same places where previously Fascism was born and had spread. Indeed, the Contestation is an antidote to Fascism and any kind of racist and dictatorial power.

 Bernhard De Vrie and Mario Savio influenced the Mondo Beat Movement in its origins
Bernhard De Vrie - Mario Savio


Imagine if a Matteo Guarnaccia could be aware of what I have described here so far, a Matteo Guarnaccia listening to Fernanda Pivano, a CIA agent and police spy, who recounted how Gregory Corso at her home stole the porcelain kittens (of such stupidities spoke Fernanda Pivano in her literary salon, to be important in the eyes of those who frequented her ... how Ernest Hemingway had tried to have sex with her ... how she sent fifty dollars to Allen Ginsberg when he was starving in India ...).

But if you can forgive the stupidity of Matteo Guarnaccia until the time of the publication of "Beat e Mondo Beat", moved to compassion, because it was innocent stupidity, you can no longer forgive the behavior of Matteo Guarnaccia after then, because his stupidity has become mischievous.
Between the years 2006/7, that is to say, 10 years after Matteo Guarnaccia produced "Beat e Mondo Beat", Melchiorre Gerbino published on the Internet a documented history of Mondo Beat.
What did Matteo Guarnaccia do then?
Having taken information from Melchiorre Gerbino's website, instead of apologizing for what he had previously written, Matteo Guarnaccia, always disguised as a connoisseur of the universal history of youth revolt, has published and talked a lot more about Mondo Beat. And because of his stupidity, he hoped that the misinformation he gave in "Beat e Mondo Beat" could be forgotten, or at least attenuated, if he ignored Melchiorre Gerbino as much as possible, or, worse, if he had minimized, or distorted, what is impossible to ignore. Since Melchiorre Gerbino is linked to the history of the Contestation as much as Adolf Hitler to the history of Nazism, the result has been that Matteo Guarnaccia has ignored, minimized, distorted, the most important to say about the Contestation. In addition, he has acted in cahoots with other Italian impostors and he, and all the others, have been, directly or indirectly, at the service of the Vatican, who mortally fears the Contestation, which has already dramatically experienced. Thus, the Vatican, to prevent a new wave of Contestation, promotes characters who do the dirty work to make today's young Italians believe that nothing memorable happened in Italy in the 60s, there was only a cheerful atmosphere. Here, I will not produce any documentation about them, since for non-Italians it is not interesting to read about them, but in the Italian version of the present article, I wrote about these Italian impostors.

Here, instead, I want to make an excursus on impostors of great magnitude, which have greatly interfered in the events of the Contestation, all of them produced by the international Zionist world.
To begin, I want to say that in my opinion the Zionits 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 everything was a fashion imported from the United States.
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 the 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.
(Here, what Bertrand Russell thinks of Christian Churches: I say quite deliberately that the Christian Religion, as organized in its Churches, has been and still is the principal enemy of moral progress in the world.)

Allen Ginsberg
There is no doubt that Allen Ginsberg was a Zionist, since in his poem "Howl", while ideally speaking with another Zionist, Carl Solomon, he says... I'm with you in Rockland where you accuse your doctors of insanity and plot the Hebrew socialist revolution against the fascist national Golgotha... Now, to "plot the Hebrew socialist revolution" is to make a hell with media and finance, which are controlled by the Zionists themselves, and provoke wars, in order to have people desperate, who would invoke whatever could give them tranquility, that is a Zionist domination, as it is clearly written in the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion". That the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" are authentic or fake, makes no difference, since what is written there is realistic and current.
In the days of Mondo Beat, Allen Ginsberg collaborated with Fernanda Pivano. She had his consent to translate "Howl" into Italian and write an apologetic presentation of it. The two together promoted cultural events in major Italian cities and founded the magazine "Pianeta Fresco".
Fernanda Pivano was a CIA agent and a spy from the Milan Police Headquarters. She had assigned the task of confusing the Italian provincials, to prevent them from participating in a real revolution, that is, the revolution promoted by Mondo Beat with the Contestation, so Fernanda Pivano discredited as much as possible Mondo Beat and its protagonists, she called their commitment "a manifestation of subculture".
After the times of Mondo Beat, in an attempt to downgrade the history of the Contestation, Fernanda Pivano would have gone so far as to publish photomontages, in order to falsify the personal story of Vittorio Di Russo and Melchiorre Paolo Gerbino, the two main characters of the Mondo Beat Movement.
Given that there is no doubt that Fernanda Pivano was a CIA agent, could there be any doubt that Allen Ginsberg, who collaborated strictly with her, was also a referent of the CIA? Or maybe Allen Ginsberg was a Mossad agent?... Most likely Allen Ginsberg was in collusion with both, CIA and Mossad, otherwise how would you explain that such a mediocre poet would have been so universally celebrated and rewarded? However, if on the poetic value of Allen Ginsberg there can be different evaluations, there is no doubt that he attracted many Italian provincials and, with his pomposity on the Beat Generation, he diverted their attention from the real need of their generation, that is, face the power, for the affirmation of civil rights in Italy.

Fernanda Pivano,with the support of Allen Ginsberg,trivializing the history of Mondo Beat and falsifying the personal story of Vittorio Di Russo and Melchiorre Paolo Gerbino
Allen Ginsberg and Fernanda Pivano in cahoots

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 an avant-garde 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. Giangiacomo Feltrinelli died tragically, most probably killed by secret services. However, all this has nothing to deal, directly or indirectly, with the Contestation.
Melchiorre Gerbino met Feltrinelli, for the first time, on the very day of the destruction of the Tent City of Mondo Beat (nicknamed Nuova Barbonia or Barbonia City). On that occasion, Melchiorre 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. Melchiorre Gerbino was looking for kamikazes, so he asked Feltrinelli if he was willing to go, surrounded by press photographers, in the field of Barbonia City, to receive a truncheon blow by the military, who had destroyed it and were occupying its field. This, 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 that 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 typographies 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 magazine Mondo Beat, Gerbino went back to Feltrinelli. The two agreeded 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 later, when Melchiorre Gerbino had already left Milan and lived in North Africa, Giangiacomo Feltrinelli felt entitled to do business with the Contestation, and he did together with the dotard 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. Herbert Marcuse, the most shitty Zionist jackal among them all.

Giangiacomo Feltrinelli promoting Herbert Marcuse as the theorist of the Contestation
Giangiacomo Feltrinelli and Herbert Marcuse doing business with the Contestation

Daniel Cohn-Bendit
Another jackal, who interfered in the events of the Contestation, was Daniel Cohn-Bendit. He did absolutely nothing before and during the French May, but the Zionists had to produce an 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 (who are cunning like foxes!) created small groups of people who shouted "We are all German Jews! We are all German Jews!" - and from that day until now this refrain they have repeated and repeated in the media they control, with their disgusting style of carpet sellers.

Daniel Cohn-Bendit has not promoted anything before and during the French May
The heroic Daniel Cohn-Bendit


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, 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 young being fined. I have read about it in Twitter, @yourjewishnews (the year 2012).
Now, if this phenomenon occurred among secondary school students in Germany, we had to be worried and disgusted, but it occurs among young Israeli Jews.
It's 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 loved the best youths of 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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