Article published on May 21, 2008
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Article published on May 21, 2008
 Dukal Italy’s waste disposal problem has extended further into the north of the country. Since May Day this year there has been one town in particular that stinks of donkey shit: Verona. A group of twenty-something Nazis savagely beat up a 29 year old man with long hair that refused to give them a cigarette. Nicola Tommasoli died after 5 days in a coma in hospital. Nicola Tommasoli is one victim more of Euro trash.

Truthfully, I don’t understand how this could have happened in such a town where the mayor, , is a man well known to promote completely opposite values. Take, for example, his actions in 2007, when he looked for some luxury apartments with an air-conditioned rubbish dump for the town’s gypsies, claiming that “they were disturbing the beauty of the historical centre”. Flavio Tosi

Unfortunately, the film industry is largely to blame for this. Not for the existence of such undesirable politicians, but for the fact that there still remains a large group of young people who haven’t understood the brutality of the Holocaust. Even though films which try to display the most extreme sides of the topic, like or , are in abundance, they do it from a too historical perspective and not from a more intimate and personal point of view. “Schindler’s List” (1993) “The Pianist” (2002)

In my opinion, films that can help us to best understand the idiocy of Nazism are films like . In this scene, does it really well, he successfully leaves his own skin behind, and he could only convince complete idiots: American History X (1998) Edward Norton

On the 9th of May it was the day of general European masturbation (or Europe Day, as it’s also known). As Europeans we all congratulated ourselves for being so happy and for getting through 50 years without warring. This is really good, but I’m proposing to celebrate Euro Trash Day, the following day, so that after patting ourselves on the back we can start to look for a solution to these problems that, on days like the day when died, turn our society into a rubbish dump. Nicola Tommasoli

Translation: Sarah Marshall