And, while we’re on the subject of the disappearance of facts:
I haven’t got any links to British news outlets this time, as no one’s yet written about it.
Actress and comedian Sabina Guzzanti – who had already been sued repeatedly by Mr B. for allegedly spreading “lies and insinuations” about him and his government – took the stage during last Tuesday’s anti-Mr B. political demonstration in Rome, and waxed *very* polemical against Mr B. and the Pope.
As of today, her website is down, and has been down for approx. 48 hours. It was up briefly yesterday, and Guzzanti was able to post a brief statement saying she had been “hacked”.
By whom, nobody knows.
Then she was “hacked” again. Her brother Corrado’s website (he is also an actor, director and comedian, and shares his sister’s views on politics) is “closed” as well.
Their father, Paolo Guzzanti, is a senator with Mr B.’s party (yep!), and his site is up and running. While of course disagreeing with the gist of his daughter’s pronouncements, he has expressed solidarity with her, stating that “Sabina’s blog is under attack and has been silenced”.
I shall now employ the word “censorship”. I might even go so far as to use the word “regime”. Now, should I stop posting here, you’ll know I’ve been (a) arrested, or (b) “hacked” myself. If they understand English, that is. Reckon I’m safe, for the time being.