This time Diego Fusaro has gone too far to make controversy with the Italian government regarding the use of masks. “I don’t breathe,” were the last words of George Floyd, the African American killed by a policeman in Minneapolis, in the United States. “Your words – writes the well-known philosopher on social networks – are also the cry against the mandatory mask always and in any case”. The reply of David Porec, who is not new to the clashes with Fusaro: “Here is another famous death – is the comment of the conductor of The mosquito – if he had put on his underwear he would have made a better impression. Unworthy”.