Rosanna Spataro is the proprietress of a bakery (torteria) on the Via Orti in Chivasso, in the Italian province of Torino. Last month I posted a video of Ms. Spataro excoriating the police for their enforcement of coronavirus regulations against her business.
A few days ago the police arrived in force and shut this spirited lady’s bakery down. In the following video you’ll see Rosanna Spataro confronting the police officers for their shameful actions.
|00:00||Aren’t you ashamed of yourselves? You should be ashamed of yourselves.|
|00:03||You should be ashamed of what you’re doing. It’s disgusting.|
|00:07||It’s disgusting; this will go down in history, I warn you.|
|00:10||All this mess will go down in history.|
|00:13||All this disgusting mess will go down in history. Is that clear?|
|00:16||Do you really think I am a criminal? Do you really think that whoever has to work|
|00:20||to support their family is a criminal? Do you really think so? Look at them.|
|00:23||Their eyes are as blue as sky, as the sea, but on the inside they are the darkest black.|
|00:26||Unbelievable. Look at these gentlemen’s eyes. They are ashamed.|
|00:32||Do you know they’re ashamed of themselves? It’s disgusting, what’s going on here. Utterly shameful.|
|00:36||Did you guys take a oath on the Constitution? Did you? Why won’t you answer?|
|00:40||Do you guys know that it is my right to know whether you have sworn on the Constitution, or not?|
|00:43||Because I am Italian. I was born in Italy of Italian parents, and I have all the rights by birth.|
|00:48||I have the right to be in the territory of the state and go anywhere.|
|00:51||So says the Constitution. You guys cannot keep me enslaved.|
|00:54||Nobody can. Is that clear? Nobody can keep me enslaved. Is that clear?