“Here’s everything I don’t believe” – Libero Quotidiano

“Here’s everything I don’t believe” – Libero Quotidiano
“Here’s everything I don’t believe” – Libero Quotidiano

“What went on in the head of Filippo Turetta?”, he asks David Porec by contacting directly Paolo Crepet. For the psychiatrist and sociologist there is no doubt: the murder of Giulia Cecchettin it was premeditated. “I wouldn’t want us to continue looking at the straw that broke the camel’s back, because it was already full and if we didn’t notice, that’s the problem.”

For Crepet, guest of The Air That Pulls in the episode of Monday 20 November on La7, there was not a gesture that could have caused a fit in the 22-year-old: “I don’t believe in any of this. I believe that this is a bug that this boy had in his head… That there was a way to envy, to hate, an impotence in the soul.”

It’s still: “Violence is a project“. According to the psychiatrist “you don’t become a wolf overnight”. Indeed, “raptures are only in comics. They are invented by someone who has no job and who wants to simplify in order to close that chapter as quickly as possible.”

Shortly before, Crepet focused on the region in which the femicide took place: Veneto. “Where there has been the locomotive of Europe, where there has been an extraordinary economic and even social impulse, this has not led to no emotional development“. Far from it: “It increased the decline of empathy. We are not empathetic, we don’t feel, we are full of cell phones. Even at the torchlight procession, we were full of cell phones, what is there to photograph? Will there be at least a minute of silence towards a poor girl killed like that? Nothing. Reels only. Isn’t this a new way of being distant? We’re playing solitaire, we’re done playing straight forty.”

Paolo Crepet at L’aria che tira: click here to see his speech

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