Big Brother Vip deserves to end up in the barracks

The experiment is trite, it works and then replicates itself: the “young”, who generally don’t give a damn to anyone, notoriously don’t watch television, so trying to put them inside the TV may be that those at home will hold the remote control and who knows, they become viewers at least for a day. If she went to college why not try a sequel again? Thus was born the Barracks, the same beach, the same sea, the kids just of age, without internet, forcibly cut hair, ration, friendship, loves, sweat and in the end the triumph of good, very good feelings grown on bread and discipline. Which, apart from that veil of boredom that hovers over the Rai Due product, in addition to the inevitable effect already seen, is basically a message if not acceptable, at least harmless. To the point that it would be interesting to reverse the perspective. Instead of following a reality show in a barracks, who knows what effect it would have all reality shows in this sweetened military scheme.

For example, imagine for a moment a vague sense of orders and punishments for that bad thing about Big Brother Vip, who let a handful of semi-unknowns into the House, leaving them free to say and do all kinds of wickedness, mouths open like taps, harmful insults , harassing epithets, fake tears, exposed shame, jokes without jokes and spoons of bad taste. Here is all this cauldron of bad TV some strict rules would not have done a penny of damage. Of the series, perhaps with the bogey of a skydiver who forces you to do push-ups in the middle of the ice when you make a mistake, perhaps you would have avoided deplorable discussions on the various shades of skin.

At the risk of having to crawl on their elbows in the mud, as regularly happens for the boys of the Barracks, perhaps the guests of Captain Signorini’s circus would have limited slander, cursing, racist insults, insults against women and indignant expulsion, sooner then a service cover nobody denies it to you, at most someone gives it to you. In short, the fact that 20-year-olds in search of false glory want to throw themselves into the fray of the television chopper wearing a uniform and being scolded aloud for a wrong national anthem in the end matters little.

Instead, that a group of characters of various kinds is allowed to occupy the entire six-monthly schedule with two evenings a week to the cry of vulgarity instead has something harmful. And never as in this case would the application of at least the military rule of silence be as good.

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