If you had to describe the last two days of futile Italian political saga, the ‘expression I would use is just “reverse psychology.” The reverse psychology is a technique that is used with those opponents who say the opposite of what you say in principle.
Renzi has always said, supported by a robust movement #senzadime, he would never have made any alliance with M5S. Zingaretti, d’Alema & Co., however, were always vague. All Emiliano & Co. court were eager to ally with them.
But as soon Renzi said, “evaluate”, here is that the Democratic Party has suddenly decided, clearly, you never have to do this alliance. The same Zingaretti that the alliance has done it in person.
But because the Democratic Party has said no? For two reasons:
To give him Renzi. If Renzi says one thing, the rest of his party says otherwise. A stack of idiots of galactic proportions.
To give him Renzi. Because renziani up a large part of the Senate, a hypothetical PD / M5S government should recognize Renzi a lot of space.
Since the unnecessary party is moved by trivial reasons (but seriously: what the fuck is, exactly, the PD?), it was easy for Renzi bring about location ever, just doing a bit of reverse psychology.
And the funny thing is that now the “consultations” you will do with PD who says it but also not, and if anything went to shit will not be Zingaretti to accuse Renzi if the country goes to elections, but will Renzi to accuse Zingaretti.
Basically, if the tax increases, it will occur that shit machine grillina accuse the League to have brought down everything, while Renzi accuse Zingaretti for his opposition to an anti-tax government.
But even Salvini has a reverse psychology problem mica recently. He keeps saying that he will resign, but it really can not do that. If it wins the vote of sfuducia in parliament, it would seem to be kicked in the ass. So, Renzi has pushed for a no-confidence motion against Salvini on purpose, because at that point Salvini will say “I will not resign”. Affixed to spite Luca Renzi and exciting SissyBoi Morisi. (Oh, Daddy, yes! Like this! Do not stop!).