franco leggio un anarchico di ragusa

madenlerden sokakalara,yollarda, sürgünlerde, cezaevlerinde; ama mücadelenin hep göbeğinde, yılmayan, durmayan italyalı bir yoldaşın, franco leggio’ nun hikayesi…

in 1949 the italian anarchist franco leggio, who has died aged 85, was prominent in an epic two-month occupation by sicilian sulphur miners fighting lay-offs. in 1957 he escaped a trap sprung by the spanish fascist secret police when his comrade – and one of one of the ablest of spanish anarchist guerrillas – josep facerias was gunned down in barcelona. in 1960 leggio founded the publishing house la fiaccola – which later inspired the scottish anarchist stuart christie to set up his own cienfuegos press, and in the 1980s leggio was at the forefront of the struggle against the 1983 installation of u.s cruise missiles at comiso in sicily.

leggio was born to a mining family in ragusa, sicily. after leaving school, he began working as a miner. it was the 1930s, the era of benito mussolini’s regime, and leggio began organising informal anti-fascist meetings. by 1944 italy had switched sides and he was confined to the ragusa sanatorium with tuberculosis.

on january 1 1945 he slipped out of the sanatorium to lead the local “non si parte” (“we won’t go”) revolt against the return of draftees to the navy. the movement, sparked off by an anarchist newssheet, led to an armed uprising and hundreds of arrests. leggio served 18 months in prison.

following the 1949 miners’ battle, leggio was forced to leave ragusa and did not return until 1969. he worked across italy, and then in france and collaborated with cipriano mera. the “bricklayer general” had led one of the most formidable spanish civil war anarchist columns and was still opposing the franco dictatorship. then came the 1957 barcelona shoot-out.

in 1982 his involvement in the trial of another italian anarchist, giovanni marini, led to leggio serving a further six months in ragusa jail.

the courageous leggio seemed invincible when confronting police and fascists, judges in court and party and union bureaucrats. he died in the same hospital he had sneaked out of in 1945, and was interred with the latest issue of sicilia libertaria, the local anarchist paper, tucked under his arm.

il solo modo di “pensare la storia” è quello di farla.

non è un documentario, una ricostruzione biografica della vita di franco leggio, ma un omaggio ad un uomo e alle sue battaglie per un mondo migliore, all’Utopia che ha così a lungo saputo coltivare e spargere ai quattro venti. “franco leggio, un anarchico di ragusa” si apre con la voce di rosa balistreri. la luna è coperta da nuvole e altre ancora – scure, improvvise, gravide di eventi, cariche di speranze – corrono veloci sulle pietre di Ibla e le strade di ragusa.

“stasera vado e corro con il vento per aprire le porte della storia / stasera voglio dare per un momento vita al passato e alla memoria” canta la balistreri, e nelle sue parole c’è forse il senso di questo lavoro: pino bertelli, dando vita alla memoria, compone un film sulla storia, con al centro franco leggio, la sua etica e politica proletaria, da militante e anarchico.

italyanca / italian !!!

indir / download:

http://hotfile.com/dl/38237861/e20e2e4/Franco_Leggio_un_anarchico_di_Ragusa.part1.rar
http://hotfile.com/dl/38238238/449abf8/Franco_Leggio_un_anarchico_di_Ragusa.part2.rar
http://hotfile.com/dl/38273952/3cd8bd5/Franco_Leggio_un_anarchico_di_Ragusa.part3.rar
http://hotfile.com/dl/38278108/5e19c11/Franco_Leggio_un_anarchico_di_Ragusa.part4.rar

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