Metrò

Metr None

  • Title: Metrò
  • Author: Renato Curcio
  • ISBN: 9788886323376
  • Page: 249
  • Format: None
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    About “Renato Curcio”

    1. Renato Curcio

      Renato Curcio born 23 September 1941 is the former leader of the Italian left wing militant organization, the Red Brigades Brigate Rosse Born of an extramarital affair between Renato Zampa brother of film director Luigi Zampa and Yolanda Curcio, Curcio was born at Monterotondo, in the province of Rome His early years were a difficult time for him and his mother, a housemaid, whose itinerant positions with families required long separations In April 1945, Curcio s beloved uncle, Armando, a Fiat auto worker, was murdered in a Fascist ambush The death of Uncle Armando caused Curcio to develop a hatred towards the Nazi Fascists, with Curcio on record saying There come to my mind memories from long ago Uncle Armando, who carried me piggyback on his shoulders His clear eyes, always smiling, which looked far ahead towards a society of free and equal men And I loved him like a father And I have picked up the rifle that only death at the hands of Nazi Fascist assassins had ripped from him A poor student, Curcio failed several subjects in his first year of high school and had to repeat the year He then resumed vocational training classes until moving to Milan to live with his mother He enrolled in the Ferrini Institute in Albenga, where he became a model student.On completing his degree in 1962, he won a scholarship to study at the new and innovative Institute of Sociology at the University of Trento, where he became absorbed in existential philosophy During the mid 1960s, he gravitated toward radical politics and Marxism as a byproduct of his interest in existentialism and the self By the late 1960s, he had become a committed revolutionary and Marxist theoretician In addition to Marxism, Curcio also studied the philosophies of Lenin and Mao, further influencing his leftist ideology In 1967, Curcio would create a counter university at the University of Trento, which focused on teaching courses that were the polar opposite from what was actually being taught at the university, including anti capitalism, revolution, and Maoist thought.According to Alessandro Silj, three political events transformed him from a radical to an activist two bloody demonstrations at Trento and a massacre by police of farm laborers in 1968 During the 1967 69 period, Curcio was also involved in two Marxist university groups the Movement for a Negative University and the publication Lavoro Politico Political Work.Embittered by his expulsion from the radical Red Line faction of Lavoro Politico in August 1969, Curcio decided to drop out of Trento and forgo his degree, even though he already had passed his final examinations Prior to transferring his bases of activities to Milan, Curcio married, in a mixed Catholic Waldensian ceremony, Margherita Mara Cagol, a Trentine sociology major, fellow radical, and daughter of a pent and worker group Curcio and Cagol began publishing a revolutionary journal in 1967, entitled Political Work , which set up the ideological foundation for a number of groups, including the Metropolitan Political Collective CPM A militant faction of the CPM, led by Curcio and Cagol, splintered off in 1967 and formed the Red Brigades, which was intended to participate politically while also conducting clandestine military operations.However, after getting arrested in February 1971 for occupying a vacant house, the Curcios and the most militant members of the Proletarian Left went completely underground and organized the Red Brigades and spent the next three years, from 1972 to 1975, engaging in a series of bombings and kidnappings of prominent figures One of these assassination victims was the Chief Inspector of Turin s anti terrorism task force Curcio was arrested for his involvement with the Red Brigaes in 1976, but the assassinations and kidnappings continued during his incarceration, casting a suspicion about whether or not Curcio was the actual leader of the group In Februar

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