(ANSA) – ANCONA, 30 JUL – “We need to work on prevention” and “report the episodes of violence that we become aware of”. Thus the psychiatrist Paolo Crepet comments on the murder in Civitanova Marche of the Nigerian peddler Alika Ogorchukwu by a 32-year-old Italian. “Social media are showing us that people are fearful and cowardly – he says about the reaction of those who witnessed the tragedy, perhaps recording it on mobile phones, but without doing anything – they prefer to immortalize a dying person rather than intervene. However, it is a reaction that it surprises me a lot, I understand that some may have been afraid to intervene, but this signals that we have become indifferent: it is not only those who film and shoot, most people are indifferent to what happens “. Instead “violence does not arise overnight and must always be reported”. And according to the psychiatrist, “there is an evident problem of integration, which derives from an ancient culture that has its roots in the last century, in racial laws and in the colonies. There is an atavistic distrust of the different: in Italy we die because you are black, because you are homosexual, because you are a woman, you die because you are a child. It is an authoritarian culture where education to respect is absent “. (HANDLE).
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