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Over 50,000 Restaurants In Italy Declare “I Am Open” Defying Lockdown Measures

    Tyler Durden – Monday, Jan 18, 2021 – 4:00


    This weekend, over 50,000 restaurants in Italy began defying the country’s strict ‘anti-Covid’ lockdown measures in a massive act of civil disobedience according to Off-Guardian.

    Italian restaurant owners have been spreading their “I Am Open” message through the social media hashtag #IoOpro (“I am opening”) and customers have turned the tables on the government:

    ITALY: #IoApro restaurant is open, police arrives. Customers refuse to leave & shout in unison “Get out! Get out! Get out! ..we pay your wages from our taxes, you work for us.. Get out! Get out! Get out!” #IOpen — Robin Monotti (@robinmonotti) January 16, 2021

    BOLOGNA, ITALY: Customers escort police out of the #IoApro restaurant under the cries of “Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!” — Robin Monotti (@robinmonotti) January 16, 2021

    VARESE, ITALY: #IoApro restaurant: “Freedom! Freedom! Freedom!” #IOpen — Robin Monotti (@robinmonotti) January 16, 2021

    The “I Am Open” movement started in Italy has already spread to other countries across the world, including Mexico, Switzerland and Poland.

    Tyler Durden

    1 thought on “Over 50,000 Restaurants In Italy Declare “I Am Open” Defying Lockdown Measures”

    1. I salute these people! Well done indeed, sending them all (both, the restaurants owners and their brave and awaken to the truth customers) my endless blessings. Your live example is priceless and is required as a demo to all those worldwide who failed to think, let alone think for themselves. So, lots of gratitude and appreciation to these Italians! And many thanks to their fully awakened common sense and ability to remember the power of human unity, all it took was to get together and get organized and simply support each other in the right and highly appropriate response to the government insanity and violence against people.

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