Attorney Francesco Scifo: The Italian Government is involved in State Terrorism

Summary by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

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In in, Attorney Francesco Scifo, in his capacity as a member of the European Commission for Consumer Protection, at a meeting in the building of the Italian lower House of Parliament, denounces the Scamdemic in Italy as a State Sponsored Terrorist operation, and cites the definition of terrorism from the Italian Penal Code to show that this is exactly what the governments of Giuseppe Conte and Mario Draghi are doing.

Back in 2016, I had predicted that the Left would become a terrorist organization, and it is properly an understatement to say that in 2021.

Attorney Scifo, quotes the Italian Penal Code in section 270bis, which reads:

Art. 270 Bis – Associations for the purposes of terrorism, including international terrorism or subversion of the democratic order (1) (2)

Anyone who promotes, constitutes, organizes, directs or finances associations that propose to carry out acts of violence for the purpose of terrorism or subversion of the democratic order is punished with imprisonment of from seven to fifteen years.

Anyone who participates in such associations is punished with imprisonment of from five to ten years.

For the purposes of criminal law, the purpose of terrorism also applies when the acts of violence are directed against a foreign state, an institution or an international body.

The confiscation of the things that served or were destined to commit the crime and of the things that are the price, the product, the profit or that constitute its use is always obligatory for the convicted person. (3)(4)
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1. The provisions of Chapter II of Title I of Book II of the Penal Code or of Articles 284, 285, 286, 306, 438, 439, 605 and 630 of the same code, as well as the commission of crimes for the purposes of terrorism, including international terrorism, are applied to those who, operating in groups or in isolation, carry out objectively significant preparatory acts aimed at subverting the order of the State, with the commission of one of the crimes provided for in Chapter I, Title VI, of Book II of the Penal Code or of Articles 284, 285, 286, 306, 438, 439, 605 and 630 of the same code, as well as the commission of crimes for the purposes of terrorism, including international terrorism. The provisions of Chapter II of Title I of Book I of the Code of anti-mafia laws pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 159 of 6 September 2011 apply, pursuant to the provisions of letter d) of paragraph 1 of article 4 of the same Legislative Decree no. 159/2011.

2. Art. 1, paragraph 3-bis, Law Decree no. 7 of 18 February 2015, converted, with amendments, by Law no. 43 of 17 April 2015, provided that the conviction for the crimes provided for in this article entails the accessory penalty of the loss of parental authority when a minor is involved.

3. This article, added by Article 3, Decree-Law No. 625 of December 15, 1979, converted, with amendments, into Law No. 15 of February 6, 1980, was thus amended by Article 1, Decree-Law No. 374 of October 18, 2001, as amended by Conversion Law No. 438 of December 15, 2001. The pardon granted by Law No. 241 of July 31, 2006 does not apply to the crimes provided for in this paragraph, pursuant to the provisions of Article 1 of the same law. The text of this article in force after the modifications introduced by article 1 of the cited Law Decree no. 374 of 2001 (but before its conversion into law) was as follows: “Associations with the purpose of terrorism and subversion of the democratic order. Anyone who promotes, constitutes, organizes, finances, even indirectly, or directs associations that intend to carry out acts of violence for the purpose of subverting the democratic order is punished with imprisonment of from seven to fifteen years. Anyone who takes part in such associations shall be punished by imprisonment of from five to ten years”.The text in force prior to the modifications introduced by the aforementioned Law Decree no. 374 of 2001 was as follows: “Associations with the purpose of terrorism and subversion of the democratic order. Anyone who promotes, sets up, organizes or directs associations that propose to carry out acts of violence for the purpose of subverting the democratic order shall be punished by imprisonment of from seven to fifteen years.

4. See, also, paragraphs 58 to 62 of art. 2, Law 28 June 2012, no. 92.

Attorney Scifo is filing a criminal complaint against the Government and all the public officials involved.

He has brought these charges to many institutions. The Anti-Corruption Unit refused to investigate on the grounds that they only investigate the people, not the government!

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