June 20, 2021 by Steve Beckow
Am I the only one in the world who does not know about the Sardine Movement in Italy in Dec. 2019-Jan. 2020? (1)
Where was I? Was this even reported on the mainsteam news that I never watch?
In Italy the rise of Sardines – people packed together like sardines in crowds protesting, in this case, political issues – spread during the run-up to the Italian elections of early 2020. Speak of creating herd immunity!
Is not this the answer to ending Covid-19? Schools of Sardines in every city?
The worst thing that can happen to a global attempt to take over the world is that the population ignores its restrictions and makes fun of its pretensions. Tin hats, sardines, anyone?
Just to help this along. The symbol of the Sardine Movement is the fish. May I suggest a second historic use of the fish symbol?
The symbol of the fish is an early Christian way of identifying themselves as Christians during a time of persecution.
They used it to identify a Christian home in Rome. In Greek, “fish” is “ichthus.” It breaks down into Iesous Christos Theou Soter: Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior.
Was this a trend that could collapse the pandemic narrative?
Bologna … where they first appeared in Nov. 2019.
Pontida, Italy (for Belgium)
100,000 Sardines marched in Rome (have you ever seen a Sardine march?)
And then it spread beyond Italy.
Credit: Catalan News
Why not here?
We know the fatalities from Covid are no more than from the seasonal flu. We know the statistics have been manipulated. We know the vaccine is toxic and the second shot is worse.
We know it’s part of the same New World Order “Great Reset” (not to be confused with the Global Currency Reset, which the cabal hopes you’ll do) that the cabal’s instrument, the World Economic Forum, is promoting.
What are we waiting for to demonstrate that we do not accept the cabal’s narrative and we’re willing to risk all the dire health problems they discuss to show that this is all a sham?
Latest Telegram Bulletin:
This is unconfirmed rumor. It’s factual veracity has been questioned by Reuters fact-checkers – just saying!
THREE(3) British Airways pilots have DIED of the COVID vaccine in the past 7-days, and BA are now in crisis talks with the UK Government about whether or not their vaccinated pilots should be allowed to fly.
This presents a big problem because around 85% of all British Airways pilots have already been vaccinated.
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(1) Wikipedia on the Sardine Movement. Reader discernment is advised.
The Sardines movement started as a flash mob on 14 November 2019, organized in Piazza Maggiore, the main square of Bologna, Emilia-Romagna. The aim of the event was to contrast the launch of Matteo Salvini‘s electoral campaign for the 2020 regional election at the PalaDozza in Bologna. The slogan of the event was “Bologna non si Lega“, which literally translates to “Bologna does not tie itself up”, but it also plays with the name of Salvini’s party, Lega. The flash mob, which was named “6,000 Sardines against Salvini” (“6000 sardine contro Salvini“),[a] was joined by almost 15,000 people, surprising the whole country and receiving a large media coverage.
The movement rose up during the electoral campaign for the 2020 Emilia-Romagna regional election, which has been considered as the first competitive one in the history of the region. Emilia-Romagna has been a stronghold of left-wing parties since the end of the World War II, but in the 2018 general election the centre-right coalition became the largest political force in the region. The Sardines movement started its activity with the aim of preventing a right-wing victory in the January 2020 election.
The first Sardines’ rally was warmly welcomed by the Democratic Party (PD), especially by its secretary Nicola Zingaretti, its president and former Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni and Emilia-Romagna incumbent governor Stefano Bonaccini. Former Prime Minister and PD’s founding father, Romano Prodi, stated that the Sardines are “formidable”, adding that they must not be neither “colonized” nor “exploited” by any party.
Spreading through the country
Sardine’s rally in Modena
In December, the movement spread outside Emilia-Romagna. On 1 December, more than 25,000 people participated in a rally in Piazza Duomo in Milan, while on the previous day, almost 30,000 gathered Piazza della Repubblica in Florence. On 10 December, 40,000 people demonstrated in Turin in Piazza Castello. Other protests have been staged in Naples and Palermo.
On 14 December, one month after their first rally, Sardines organized a demonstration in Rome at Piazza San Giovanni.According to the organizers almost 100,000 people joined the rally. During Rome’s demonstration, Sardines’ de factoleader, Mattia Santori, presented the movement’s proposals to politics, which included, among others, political transparency, condemnation of hate speech, laws against verbal violence and a new immigration policies. Santori especially asked to Giuseppe Conte‘s government to abolish the so-called “Salvini Decree”, a law approved by the previous government, which contained a series of hardline measures that abolished key forms of protection for migrants and made it easier for them to be deported. The decree also suspended the refugee application process of those who were considered “socially dangerous” or who had been convicted of a crime.
On 19 January, the movement returned in Bologna, with more than 40,000 people attending a rally in Piazza VIII Agosto.It was the last demonstration before the January 26 regional election and was named “Welcome back to open sea”. The rally was characterized by a 6-hour long concert with singers and artists like Afterhours, Subsonica, Marracash, Matilda De Angelis, Skiantos, Casa del vento, Bandabardò, Modena City Ramblers, Marlene Kuntz and Pif.
On 26 January, at the Emilia-Romagna regional election, the PD’s candidate Stefano Bonaccini – endorsed by the sardines movement – won with 51.4% of the votes, with a 7.7% margin above the League’s candidate Lucia Borgonzoni. Some attributed part of Bonaccini’s success to the movement’s support and activity.