A rambling load of old flannel without even a byline to decorate the text here at the Mail, but it comes to an interesting conclusion about the rise of Italian fascism and the far right:
In Britain, similar tensions are bubbling away beneath the surface as communities across the country attempt to adapt to unprecedented levels of immigration.
Because of lies printed by newspapers like the Mail and Express, who have no intention whatsoever of 'attempting to adapt'?
So far in Britain politicians from the far-Right - the British National Party - have had only limited success in tapping into this discontentment.
But there is a concern that an incident similar to the murder of Giovanna Reggiani may change that.
To prevent that happening, the established political parties are being urged to confront the concerns of the British public.
'Concern' from whom? And who is doing the 'urging'? Oh, the anonymous writer doesn't really say.
This sense of an indigenous population under threat is felt nowhere more keenly than in the heartland of the Northern League - the Veneto, the region around Venice, where five million people live.
Kerching! Far-right terminology.
What the future holds for the Northern League is hard to know.
It may be that as the Berlusconi government adopts some of its less extreme policies, its attractiveness will wane.
In France, for example, Nicolas Sarkozy stole votes from Jean-Marie Le Pen's National Front by talking tough on immigration and law and order.
See, the mainstream parties simply have to do what the BNP want, and then that'll stop them from being elected.
Neanderthal logic. Far-right terminology. Unsourced 'it is claimed' specious bollocks. An anti-immigration and anti-foreigner agenda. Yes, it's the Daily Hate.