To the question: "Is fascism coming back?" Today we can perhaps answer with another question: "What if in reality you had never left?". In our country, the signs of a return of fascism are numerous and they are not only of today, indeed they are traceable over the course of at least the last thirty years. The prevailing of the right on the national and international political scene, the revaluation of nationalisms, borders, protectionism, the emergence on the political and social scene of the "new fascists of the third millennium", the advent of the rampant racism towards the foreigner and the unfortunately, the diffusion of a feeling of resentment manifested in the unbridled hunting of the scapegoat, unfortunately make us think of this. The Furies have never subsided, they have only pretended repentance, they have not been neutralized by civil society, in reality they have never been transformed into Eumenides by Athena. Instead, they remain buried at the roots of our society, pollute the deepest strata of civil society, taint the most pure feelings and values. The Furies, today, disguised as protective deities, occupy the Palaces of Power, dispose of the lives of every citizen, stage fictions of false politics, orient consents and disagreements with their winking and reassuring television faces. Shakespeare speaks to us of all this: of a blind, absolute power, of the cult of personality, of the manipulation of the masses through the use of language and the public image, of a people without a face in the obstinate search for a Leader, a people without dignity , from the unbridled desire for pillory, a people in the midst of narcissistic delirium, which changes its mind based on the promises of the most skilled barker.