And one of the many gems many appear to have overlooked in Naples from the standpoint of an "inflexible, cold, and passionate service": local singer/percussionist Marzouk Mejri for two euros' cover off Spaccanapoli;

singing "Illettughat--To Tyrants" in honor of Tunisian poet Abulkasem Escebbi (1909-1934):

"Don't let the spring and light of dawn fool you: in the immense space there is darkness, thunder, and the howl of the wind."

O arrogance of the global North in its hole!

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