11-11-2022 by redazione
Calabrian folk singer-songwriter Peppe Voltarelli a few years ago, in his song titled "Lamenting as a hypothesis," sang that complaining for Italians is a noble art and in the end "an enjoyment" and that it often helps them carry the burden of "the cross of "historical failures and potholes in the middle of the soul."
A hypothesis, indeed, and a fashion amplified by social media, where one can omit one's face and even one's name and vent, showing one's chasms of serenity of living.
We deal with Italians in Kenya, anyone who lives there or approaches it, tourists and residents alike.
Of course, to see this noble art being unleashed at the equator, in the presence of increasingly displacing poverty and extreme living conditions in the midst of which we move (each in his own way and with his own sensitivity mind you, that's not the point) is a bit paradoxical, to say the least.
But what are the Italians who frequent Kenya assiduously, especially the coastal resorts, complaining about? In this video the thoughts of our editor, Freddie del Curatolo.
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