Viva Italia

A revolutionary, democratic, Ethiopian lover professor and Anti-Fascist was giving teaching a class on Gramsci, known Leftist.”Now before class starts today, you must get on your knees and worship Antonio Gramsci and accept he is the greatest leader of the Italian Empire, more so than Mussolini himself!”

At this moment, a brave, Fascist, courageous young Blackshirt who had taken part on the Italo-Ethiopian War and had killed over 5000 rebel fighters and understood the necessity of the Totalitarian State and fully supported all the political decisions of the PNF stood up and held up a bundle of sticks.

“Professor, what is this?”

The arrogant professor smirked quite liberally and replied smugly “It’s just a bunch of sticks, you dumb hardliner.”

“Wrong, it isn’t just a bundle of sticks, it’s a Fascio, representing the unity of the Italian people. If you don’t see that… you’re just a partisan.”

The professor was visibly shaken, and dropped his chalk and copy of the┬áManifesto of the Anti-Fascist Intellectuals.┬áHe stormed out of the room crying those crocodile democratic tears, the same tears those treachrous reformers cry for “oppressed Greeks” (Who live in such luxury that they are not gassed like in Germany ) when they try to push for free elections and universal voting rights. There is no doubt that at this point our professor, Bagdolio, wish he had fled to France in 1922. He wished so much he had mustard gas to gas himself, but he himself had banned the Army from using it on Rebels!

The students all applauded, joined the Opera Nazionale Ballila to fight for the Glory of Fascism and accepted Mussolini as the new Agustus Ceaser. An Eagle named “Italia Irredenta” flew into the room and perched atop the Italian Tricolor and shed a tear on the chalk. “Giovenezza” was sung various times and Giovanni Gentile himself descended from the heavens to smite all the non-PNF Members in the Empire.

The professor lost his tenure and was executed by some OVRA Agents who did nothing wrong the next day.

His name was struck from the university’s list for his disloyalty to the Grand Council and his money was taken to fight the colonial wars.

Viva Il Duce

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